The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone approximately 178 hectares
of land in Maida Vale from the Rural zone to the Urban Deferred zone in order to facilitate
future residential development.
The City of Gosnells has initiated Amendments 166 to zone land from General Rural to Business
Development. The Amendment areas is known as Precinct 3B within the Maddington Kenwick Strategic
The City of Gosnells has initiated Amendment 169 to zone land from General Rural to Business
Development. The Amendment area is known as Precinct 2 within the Maddington Kenwick Strategic
The City of Greater Geraldton Town Planning Scheme No. 1A Amendment 4 – to rezone Lots 1945, 5843, 1268, 1358, 1, 1925, 2453, 4201, 6852, 708, 3, 4200, 4201, Victoria Location 11939, and the portion of Lot 2466 contained within TPS 1A from numerous local scheme reserves (‘Dune Preservation’, ‘Parks and Recreation’ and ‘Public Use’) and zones (‘Residential’, ‘Residential Development’, ‘Resort Development’, ‘Commercial’ and ‘General Farming’) to ‘Development’ zone.
Amendment 22 proposes to rezone land and introduce scheme provisions. Land currently zoned “Residential” between Taplin and Withnell streets is to be rezoned “West End Residential”, and land currently zoned “Residential”, between Withnell and McKay streets is to be rezoned “Town Centre". This will have the effect of extending the “Town Centre” zone to the east from McKay to Withnell Street.
Development in the “West End Residential” zone will be subject to special scheme provisions that define land use and building design.
The purpose of Amendment 017/57 to the Peel Region Scheme is to rezone 90 ha of land at North Yunderup, as described below, to permit urban development:
The Amendment also includes adjustments to the Regional Open Space reservation along Wilgie Creek.
Lots 1 and 3 Southern Estuary Road, Lake Clifton. Scheme Purpose: (a) rezoning Lot 3 Pt. Wellington Location 2942 Southern Estuary Road, Lake Clifton from “Rural 1 General Farming” to “ Rural 6 – Rural-Residential”; and (b) incorporating into Schedule 2 of the Scheme Text Policies and provisions relating to development on Lot 3 Location 2942, Southern Estuary Road.
The purpose of the Wungong Urban Water Redevelopment Scheme 2006 in broad terms is to provide for the orderly and proper control of development within the Scheme area. The Scheme area consists of approximately 1500 hectares (ha) of rural land in Brookdale. Most of the site is substantially cleared low lying palusplain with the Wungong River traversing the site. The site is mostly in the Southern River catchment of the Swan and Canning Rivers system. A small portion drains to the Birrega Main Drain in the Peel-Harvey catchment.
This scheme was previously known as the 'Brookdale Redevelopment Scheme 2005 Amendment 1 (Brookdale Master Plan)'
The Shire of Harvey proposes to amend District Planning Scheme No. 1 by rezoning Lot 5 Old Coast Road, Leschenault (Pt Loc 23, Plan 7938) from "Tourist" zone and "Recreation" reserve to "Residential Development" zone, "Tourist" zone and "Recreation and Conservation" reserve and "Modified Water Body". The land the subject of this scheme amendment comprises an area bounded by the Collie River, the Old Coast Road and the Leschenault Inlet. The land essentially forms the Point Douro peninsula on the north-eastern side of the Collie River Delta.
This assessment is of a scheme remitted by the Minister for the Environment for the EPA to assess management plans for acid sulphate soils more fully and to review conditions relating to flood regimes (previous assessment no. 1156).
The Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC), the Responsible Authority, proposes to reserve 201 hectares (ha) of Stakehill Swamp, Baldivis for Parks and Recreation (P&R) in the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS).
Stakehill Swamp is approximately 50 kilometres south-west of Perth in the City of Rockingham. It is bounded by Stakehill Road, Mandurah Road, Sixty Eight Road and Eighty Road and is south-east of Lake Cooloongup. It consists of 34 properties including land owned by the WAPC and in private ownership. The land surrounding Stakehill Swamp has been significantly cleared over time for agricultural purposes such as market gardening.