Transfer of Lot 912 from the Public Purposes - Commonwealth Government reservation to
the Urban and Urban Deferred zones
Amendment 146 to Town Planning Scheme 3 proposes to rezone a portion of Lot 705 and 706 Armadale Rd Treeby (approximately 47.7 ha) from 'Resource' to 'Development', and amend the Scheme map and text accordingly.
Amendment 181 proposes to rezone a portion of Lot 1 and a portion of Lot 2 Great Northern,
Highway Bullsbrook from 'General Rural' to 'Residential Development'; rezone a portion of Lot 1 Vale Road,
Hazelmere from 'Rural Residential' to 'Light Industrial' with 'Restricted Use'; and rezone a portion of Lot 100
Weir Road, Malaga from Regional Reserve 'Public Purposes' to 'Industrial Development'.
The City of Armadale proposes to. zone and reserve land within the Forrestdale Business
Park East Precinct. Scheme Amendment 107 has been initiated in preparation for the future resumption of planning control from the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority.
Introduction of an Additional Use of "Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling Facility'
into Schedule 2 Additional Uses of Local Planning Scheme 17.
The City of Cockburn proposes to rezone three development areas which form part of the
Australian Marine Complex in Henderson from Special Use 2 and Special Use 22 to Strategic Industry. The development areas were introduced to facilitate and control development of the Australian Marine Complex (AMC) which has now largely been completed.
The City of Kalamunda proposes to rezone Lot 112 (280) Holmes Road and Lot 14 (323)
Hawtin Road, Forrestfield from Special Rural to Special Use and insert additional site-specific development conditions into Schedule 4 of the scheme.
To permit the additional use of 'Industry- General', limited to bitumen processing, on the subject site.
Rezoning the two lots from Industrial Development to Light Industrial zone.
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