The Shire of Mingenew has initiated Local Planning Scheme No. 4 to align with the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015. No new development is proposed as a result of the Scheme. The Scheme proposes to apply zoning and reserve designations that align with the existing development tenure of landholdings within the Shire of Mingenew
The Shire of Halls Creek has initiated Local Planning Scheme 2 to align with the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015. No new development is proposed as a result of the Scheme. It proposes to apply zoning and reserve designations that align with the existing development tenure of landholdings within the Shire of Halls Creek.
Review of scheme No. 2 with changes to the scheme text and maps.
The Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) has resolved to prepare the Ashburton North Strategic Industrial Area (ANSIA) Improvement Scheme which will create a strategic industrial estate comprising major hydrocarbon processing industries and synergistic services and facilities.
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 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, “Recreation and Conservation” reserve and “Modified Water Body”.
The Concept Development Plan associated with Amendment No. 13 comprises several components:
Appeals were allowed in part on 8 May 2006 for further assessment in relation to risks posed by acid sulphate soils. This assessment has been superseded by the assessment of Harvey District Planning Scheme No. 1 Amendment No 13.
The Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Project Master Plan is a scheme pursuant to the Environmental Protection Act 1986. In accordance with the requirements of the Hope Valley-Wattleup Redevelopment Act 2000, the scheme was referred to the EPA for the EPA to make a decision on whether or not to assess the scheme.
The Redevelopment Area is close to coastal industrial development that includes the Kwinana Industrial Area, Western Australia’s main heavy industry location. The Master Plan proposes a change in land use for the Redevelopment Area to predominantly industrial and commercial land uses. Current land uses are mixed and include two townsites, extractive industries, other industry, waste disposal, market gardens, turf farms, nurseries and other rural uses, rural residential, cleared land and bushland.
The Redevelopment Area is:
The City of Rockingham’s Amendment No. 300 to Town Planning Scheme No. 1 proposes to rezone Part Lots 306 & 16 and Lots 313 & 774 Fifty Road, Baldivis, from “Rural” to “Development” zone.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS) Amendment 991/33 - South West Districts Omnibus (No. 3B) which comprises 23 proposed modifications to the MRS. The EPA determined that of these 23 proposals, four required Environmental Review, namely: