Amendment 39 proposes to remove Special Provision 33 given that there is no planning
framework for the requirement for any future residential development to incorporate a
minimum 60% single bedroom dwellings. Lot 202 Bussell Highway, West Busselton is proposed
to be re-coded from R40/R60 to R60 and Lot 201 Seymour Street, West Busselton is proposed
to be re-coded from R40/R60 to R40. The Scheme Maps will be amended accordingly.
The proposed scheme amendment proposes to rezone Lot 221 Lakes Road and parts of Lot
400 Paterson Road, Nambeelup from Rural to Industrial.
Amendment 37 proposes to rezone Lot 7 Forrest Beach Road, Wonnerup from 'Agriculture'
zone to 'Conservation' zone, 'Reserve for Recreation' and 'Reserve for Public Purpose (Water Tank).
Amendment 123 proposes to introduce an additional use of 'Betting Agency' into Schedule 7
- Schedule of Additional Uses in the Scheme for Lot 1 Young Street, Harvey with a condition for car parking requirements.
Proposed Amendment 120 is to modify Schedule 7 - Schedule of Additional Uses by inserting
a 'Fast Food Outlet' with a condition of a 'Drive through Coffee Shop' only to Lot 9508 Ditchingham Place, Treendale.
The City of Busselton has initiated Amendment 28 (Omnibus) to Local Planning Scheme No. 21 to
• align with the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations
• apply zoning and reserve designations that align with the existing development
tenure of landholdings within the City of Busselton
• allow new development in specified areas as a result of the Scheme
The Shire of Harvey has initiated Amendment 122 to rezone a portion of Lots 7, 8 and 9
Craigie Drive, Roelands from 'No Zone' to 'Special Residential' zone and be included within
Special Residential Area 10. The Additional Requirements - Special Residential Zone Area 10
are proposed to be amended by changing the setback requirements for Lots 7 and 8 Craigie
The Western Australian Planning Commission has initiated Amendment 0054-57 to rezone Lot 29
Jeffrey Road, Glen Iris from 'Public Purpose- Special Uses' reserve to 'Urban Deferred' zone to
facilitate future residential development.
The Western Australian Planning Commission has initiated Amendment 0053-57 to
update various zones and reservations; and rationalise zonings and reservations
anomalies to match cadastral boundaries, under the Greater Bunbury Region Scheme.
The amendment proposes numerous modifications to the Scheme Text including provisions
for length of stay, environmental, public health and amenity protection.