The purpose of Amendment No. 88 is to rezone Lot 7, 106 Guildford Road, Maylands from 'Service Station' to 'Medium and High Density Residential' with the R50 density code, amend Schedule 10 to introduce a new Special Control Area (SCA) and associated development provisions covering Lot 7, 106 Guildford Road, Lot 8, 4 and Lot 5, 6 Third Avenue East, Maylands and amend the Scheme Map accordingly.
The purpose of this amendment, to rezone the abovementioned land (amendment area) to “Special Use”zone, is to facilitate redevelopment for the RSLWA on the basis that future development aligns with thescheme objectives of this zone. The “Special Use” zone is intended to set the parameters of land use and builtform which will facilitate further design investigations as part of a future Development Application.
Amendment 110 proposes to extend the lifespan of Development Contribution Area No.3.
The City of Kwinana proposes to introduce the land use 'Home Business' into its scheme
zoning table and remove all requirements within the scheme for Home Occupation applications to be renewed annually.
Amendment 184 proposes to:
Amendment 183 proposes to:
• Rezone approximately 6.5 ha of Lot 33 Padbury Avenue, Millendon and a portion of the Padbury Avenue road reserve, to 'Swan Valley Rural';
• Rezone approximately 1.5 ha of Lot 9332 Hammersley Road, Caversham (formerly Riverbank Detention facility) to 'Swan Valley Rural; and
• Amend the Scheme Maps accordingly.
The City proposes to insert a new clause in the Scheme requiringdevelopment approval to be
obtained prior to the removal or destruction of any tree on the heritage list or significant tree register.
Amendment 84 proposes to insert Home Business as a land use into the Scheme.
Amendment 89 proposes Residential Density Code changesfrom R15/40 and R25/40to R15/60 in the suburbs of Kelmscott and Armadale in the vicinity east of Challis and Sherwood train stations; deletion of a special use zone over a fully developed area; and rezoning of various lots to reflectexisting land use.
The City of Cockburn proposes to amend the zoning, classification or designation of land to ensure it remains consistent with the Metropolitan Region Scheme.