The City of Albany proposes to rezone Lot 5780 Down Road South, Drome from Priority Agriculture to Special Use No. 26 to facilitate the development of the Albany Motorsport Park. Development and use of the Motorsport Park is required to be in accordance with the conditions specified in Schedule 4 of the scheme, the Albany Motorsport Park Precinct Plan and approved management plans for Noise, Water, Hydrocarbons, Waste, Dust, Acid Sulphate Soils, Protected Exclusion Zone, Decommissioning and Construction.
Amendment 11 proposes to rezone the former railway corridor section from North West Coastal Highway, Webberton to Eastward Road, Utakarra from ‘Railways’ local scheme reserve to the ‘Light Industry’ zone and also ‘Public Open Space and ‘District Distributor’ local scheme reserves.
Modifications to the Additional Uses concerning the Rights of Way, Vehicle Access Ways and Pedestrian Access Ways required by the Water Road West Neighbourhood Centre Local Development Plan.
Amendment 45 proposes to introduce a Special Control Area over the above land to enable it to be treated as one site for the purposes of future development.
Amendment 86 proposes to rezone No. 4-6 (Lot 5 and 6) Temple Street, Victoria Park from ‘Public Purpose - Civic Use’ reserve to ‘Residential R60’ zone and amend the Scheme Maps accordingly.
Amendment 184 proposes to add the ‘Additional Use’ of ‘Smash Repair Station’ to Lot 216, which contains existing industrial development.
Amendment 1 is an omnibus amendment which proposes a number of revisions to the Scheme text and maps. These largely relate to changes to reflect existing land uses, and administrative requirements.
Amendment 89 proposes to change the zoning classification for the above lot from ‘Business’ and ‘Public Purposes Reserve - Car Parking’ to ‘Mixed Use’ zone, modify the use class permissibility of the 'Mixed Use' zone, and inserting a new Special Control Area overlay over the subject site. This will allow an improved commercial and residential redevelopment of the area.
Amendment 11 proposes to introduce local development planning requirements for future Residential Aged Care facilities, and requirements for non-residential development to comply with the R codes, subject to some variation exemptions.
Amendment 10 proposes conditions regarding built form requirements such as low density, bulk, scale, height, street alignment and setbacks, within a residential aged care facility area.