Transfer of approximately 5,515 hectares of land from a local reserve – Recreation to the Rural zone.
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.
Local Planning Scheme 8 is proposed to replace the existing Town Planning Scheme 7. The changes are predominantly to update the Scheme to align with the Planning and Development Regulations 2015, ensure consistency with the Greater Bunbury Region Scheme and 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.
The Shire of Toodyay proposes to replace its existing scheme 4 with an updated scheme 5.
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'.
Review of scheme No. 2 with changes to the scheme text and maps.
Rezoning approximately 26.54 hectares from the Rural Zone to the Urban Deferred Zone, portion of Caporn Street Urban Precinct, Sinagra.
Cardup Business Park - Rezoning from Rural and Special Use to Urban Development and Development Area DAS.
The EPA previously provided advice in 2012 on Metropolitan Region Scheme Amendment 1215/41 to rezone the Cardup Business Park from the Rural Zone to the Industrial Zone.The EPA's 2012 advice concerning the above environmental issues is still valid.
The Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Project Master Plan is a scheme pursuant to the Environmental Protection Act 1986. In accordance with the requirements of the Hope Valley-Wattleup Redevelopment Act 2000, the scheme was referred to the EPA for the EPA to make a decision on whether or not to assess the scheme.
The Redevelopment Area is close to coastal industrial development that includes the Kwinana Industrial Area, Western Australia’s main heavy industry location. The Master Plan proposes a change in land use for the Redevelopment Area to predominantly industrial and commercial land uses. Current land uses are mixed and include two townsites, extractive industries, other industry, waste disposal, market gardens, turf farms, nurseries and other rural uses, rural residential, cleared land and bushland.
The Redevelopment Area is: