The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone approximately 110 ha of land in Piara Waters from the ‘Rural-Water Protection’ zone to the ‘Urban’ and ‘Urban Deferred’ zones, and ‘Primary Regional Roads’ reservation. The rezoning will facilitate urban development.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone approximately 13 hectares of land in Piara Waters from the ‘Rural-Water Protection’ zone to the ‘Public Purposes – High School’ reservation. The amendment will facilitate the future construction of a new high school.
Removal of Additional Use 52 from the 'Rural Residential' zoned Lot 30 Millbrook Road,
Yallingup and introduction of Special Provision 71 to a portion of Lot 30 Millbrook Road
(proposed Lot 8 Millbrook Road) to include a number of additional 'A' uses.
Modifying the Scheme Map to rezone Lot 221 Lakes Road and parts of Lot 400 Paterson Road, Nambeelup, from ‘Rural’ to ‘Industrial Development – Nambeelup’ zone.
Amendment 183 proposes to:
• Rezone approximately 6.5 ha of Lot 33 Padbury Avenue, Millendon and a portion of the Padbury Avenue road reserve, to 'Swan Valley Rural';
• Rezone approximately 1.5 ha of Lot 9332 Hammersley Road, Caversham (formerly Riverbank Detention facility) to 'Swan Valley Rural; and
• Amend the Scheme Maps accordingly.
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.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to remove 1.11 hectares of Bush Forever site 224 and reclassify portions of Lot 4 Fern Road and Lot 102 Castledare Place, Wilson from the Urban zone to Parks and Recreation and from Parks and Recreation to the Urban zone. The Metropolitan Region Scheme Amendment will allow for residential development.
Amendment 179 proposes to redevelop the Swan Districts Hospital Site into a number of
The Shire of Collie proposes to introduce a new local planning scheme to replace its existing
scheme. The new scheme proposes a number of changes including new zones, additional uses to reflect actual land uses and the introduction of several Special Control Areas.