The Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) proposes to reintroduce the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS) over part of the land currently zoned and reserved under the Armadale Redevelopment Scheme No. 2, consistent with the Wungong Urban Water Master Plan (WUWMP).
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone 1350 hectares of land in the Shire of Dardanup from ‘Rural’ to ‘Industrial to facilitate the development of the proposed ‘Waterloo Industrial Expansion Area’.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone parcels of land in the Shire of Dardanup from ‘Rural’ to ‘Urban Deferred’ to facilitate the development of the proposed ‘Wanju Urban Expansion Area’.
Rezone Lot 21 Southern Estuary Road and Part Lot 7 Dunkeld Road, Herron from the Rural zone to the Rural Residential zone.
On the 27th July 2020 the Minister for Environment, in accordance with section 48A(2) of the Environmental Protection Act 1986, advised the City of Mandurah that Amendment 137 is incapable of being made environmentally acceptable, and a statement of environmental conditions cannot be delivered and published under section 48F of the EP Act. (See Minister's decision below).
LPS 3 is proposed to replace the existing Town Planning Scheme 2. The changes are predominantly to update the Scheme to align with the Planning and Development Regulations 2015, to reflect existing land use. The new scheme proposes a number of changes including new zones, rezonings, text updates, scheme provision amendments, additional uses to reflect actual land uses and the introduction of several Special Control Areas.
Amendment 103 proposes to rezone the above lots from General Rural to the Special Rural zone, with specific text provisions to be inserted into Schedule 11 Special Rural Zone No. 6 covering extensive planning and development requirements to address environmental impacts.
The EPA will provide strategic advice to the Minister for Environment on the potential cumulative impacts of the activities and developments proposed for Exmouth Gulf. The assessment periods for Subsea 7‘s Learmonth Pipeline Fabrication Facility proposal and the Shire of Exmouth’s rezoning proposal will be extended so that the findings of this environmental study can be fully considered.
The Shire of Exmouth proposes Amendment 1 to rezone part of lots 223, 234, 235 and 1586 Minilya-Exmouth Road, Learmonth from 'Rural' and 'Foreshore Reserve' to 'Special Use 10' to facilitate the development of a pipeline fabrication facility (Learmonth Pipeline Fabrication Facility). The scheme amendment is being assessed on aspects that relate to the proposed change in zoning of the land.
The public review process for the scheme amendment is managed by the Shire of Exmouth and the review period will run from 2 October 2019 until the 30 November 2019. The documents below are also available on the Shire of Exmouth's website https://www.exmouth.wa.gov.au/ . To make a submission on these documents, or for more information about the scheme amendment, please contact the Shire of Exmouth at Sa1.firstname.lastname@example.org .
The EPA has published the Response to Submissions for the Scheme Amendment. The Response to Submissions for the Learmonth Pipeline Fabrication Facility proposal is available here under 3. Assessment, Environmental Review.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to transfer approximately 10.78 ha of land forming part of Lot 800 Canning Road, Carmel (Heidelberg Park) from the Parks and Recreation reservation to the Urban zone. The proposed Urban zoning will allow for aged persons facilities, residential development and public open space for recreation and conservation purposes following a local scheme amendment, detailed structure planning and subdivision approval.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to transfer approximately 9.02 ha of land from the Urban zone to the Parks and Recreation reserve to facilitate recreation and conservation uses.
Amendment 43 proposes rezone part of Lot 22 Bussell Highway, Yalyalup from ‘Tourism’, ‘Special Use 15 (Road Purposes) and ‘Reserve for Recreation” to ‘Special Use 27 (Yalyalup Development), and include the land within ‘Special Provision Area 23’. This is to facilitate the development of the land for residential purposes as part of the ongoing development of the Provence Estate.