The City of Joondalup has initiated Amendment 1 to rezone Sunlander Drive, Currambine
from 'Residential' to 'Commercial' and 'Mixed Use'.
The City of Wanneroo has initiated Amendment 173 to rezone Lot 250 Burbridge Avenue,
Koondoola from the 'Civic and Cultural' zone to the 'Commercial' zone; and recode the
Koondoola Neighbourhood Centre from 'R20' to 'R60'.
The City of Nedlands has initiated Amendment 214 to amend the scheme text to insert
'Additional Use' for Lot 381 (45) Carrington Street, Nedlands to allow for a Child Care Centre.
The City of Rockingham has initiated Amendment 164 to update Schedule No.11 of the
Scheme. This will ensure consistency between the adopted Community Infrastructure Plan
2018-2028 and the Development Contribution Plan 2.
The Town of Cottesloe has initiated Amendment 9 to amend the Scheme to allow an
additional storey at the Seapines site on Marine Parade, Cottesloe while maintaining the
current 21m height limit.
The City of Armadale has initiated Amendment 100 to recode properties west of the Kelmscott
Train Station and Kelmscott District Activity Centre from R15/R40 and R25/40 to R15/60. The
redevelopment will increase the potential for new housing types within the catchment for both
the train station and the District Centre.
The City of Swan has initiated Amendment 160 to rezone Lot 71 Railway Avenue and Lots 72-
75, 100 Toodyay Road, Middle Swan from 'Residential Development' to 'Residential R20/40'.
Amendment 165 proposes to modify the objective of the Mixed Use zone to be consistent with
the Planning Regulations, and modify some permissible land uses within this zone.
The City of Belmont proposes to remove Development Area 8 (a special control area precinct)
from its scheme. The amendment will facilitate the amalgamation of Lot 603 with Garvey
Park. The remaining lots are zoned and developed as residential land.
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