The proposed Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS) amendment aims to rationalise and update zones and reservations at 25 locations in the Central Districts of Perth. The amendment is considered a minor amendment, as the proposals contained do not constitute a substantial or regionally significant change to the MRS.
Amendment 17 proposes to recode Lots 1-4 and Lots 47-51 Coolgardie Avenue, Ascot from
Residential R20 to Residential R20/40 and amend the Scheme text and map to reflect
Amendment 7 proposes to modify the Zoning Table permissibility of ‘Garden Centre’ in the
Amendment 187 proposes to allow ‘Additional Uses’ of ‘Medical Centre, Consulting Rooms and Health Studio’ in the ‘Rural’ Zone at Lot 5000 (No. 531) Eighty Road, Baldivis to facilitate further development of the Baldivis District Sports Complex. The amendment also proposes scheme text for the ‘Additional Uses’ for the primary street setback to be a minimum of 3m, and 10m to all other lot boundaries.
*The City of Kalamunda has advised the EPA it will not be proceeding the scheme amendment.
Rezoning the two lots from Industrial Development to Light Industrial zone.
Amendment 56 proposes to move various lots from ‘Parks, Recreation and Drainage’ reserve
to ‘Residential R20’ zone and ‘Local Roads’ reserve; from ‘Public Purpose – Community’ to
‘Parks, Recreation and Drainage’ reserve; and from ‘Public Purpose – Community’ to the
‘Residential R20’ zone. The amendment is proposed to facilitate implementation of the
‘Shakespeare Precinct’ concept plan, including infill residential development consistent with
the City’s 2021 Local Planning Strategy.
The Shire of Dardanup has initiated LPS 9 to replace the existing Town Planning Scheme 3.
Amendment 72 proposed to rezone Lot M1942 Morley Road, Lower Chittering from Agricultural Resource zone to Rural Residential zone.
To reclassify 24 hectares of land between Tapper Road and Midgegooroo Avenue from Urban, Industrial, Rural and Other Regional Roads to the Primary Regional Roads reservation, Railways reservation and Industrial zone. The reservations will reflect existing and intended future land use, with construction works for the roads associated with the amendment mostly completed.