The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River proposes to add provisions to Schedule 7 of its scheme text to allow for the subdivision of 2 adjacent Rural Residential zoned lots into 1 ha lots. At present the minimum lot size permitted is 3 ha.
Amendment 175 proposes to insert the Use Classes listed for the 'General Industrial' zone as
Additional Uses for the 'Rural' zoned Lot 1 and part of Lot 20 Stirling Crescent and part of Lot 145 Talbot Road
Hazelmere; and to amend the Scheme map accordingly
Transfer of Lot 912 from the Public Purposes - Commonwealth Government reservation to
the Urban and Urban Deferred zones
Amendment 16 proposes to rezone Lot 506 Jellicoe Road and Lot 487 Holbrook Road, Glen
Forrest from 'Public Purposes' to 'Rural Residential 1'.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to reserve approximately 37.3 ha of land as Primary Regional Roads for the future upgrade of the intersection of the Kwinana Freeway with Mundijong and Kulija Roads.
The City of Armadale proposes to introduce zones and reserves over the Champion Drive
Precinct as part of the process of reintroducing the precinct into the City's Town Planning Scheme No.4 (TPS 4). The precinct is currently within the Armadale Redevelopment Scheme 2
with the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) as the authority responsible for planning.
Amendment 144 proposes to update the existing Structure Plan (No.93/7/1) and further
subdivide Lots 4-7 Lantzke Road and Lot 3 McLean Road, Scotsdale from S to 11 lots.
Amendment 177 proposes to rezone approximately 3.6 hectares of land from Special
Residential to Urban Development, and modify Schedule 11 by removing the location from Special Residential Reserve No. 2 provisions.
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.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to zone and reserve land currently under the planning control of Development WA (formerly Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority). These areas were previously removed from the Metropolitan Region Scheme.