Amendment 107 proposes to delete the provision preventing future aged care facility development from being strata titled.
To reclassify 24 hectares of land between Tapper Road and Midgegooroo Avenue from Urban, Industrial, Rural and Other Regional Roads to the Primary Regional Roads reservation, Railways reservation and Industrial zone. The reservations will reflect existing and intended future land use, with construction works for the roads associated with the amendment mostly completed.
Amendment 200 proposes to amend DPS 2 to align with State Planning Policy 3.6 — Infrastructure contributions and correct the current estimated and actual lot yields for the East Wanneroo Cell 2 Development Contribution Plan.
Amendment 197 proposes to normalise already subdivided portions of ASP 36 and ASP 48. Normalisation will include inserting structure plan zonings, reserves and residential density codes for the subdivided portions of the structure plan areas and inserting them into the DPS 2.
Amendment 74 proposes to rezone the above land from ‘General Agriculture’ to ‘Future Development’.
To both correct a number of minor anomalies in the scheme (to improve understanding of the relevant scheme requirements), and to amend the zoning, classification or designation of various landholdings within the City to ensure TPS 3 remains consistent with the Metropolitan Region Scheme.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone the above land (12.42 hectares) from the Rural zone to the Urban zone.
Amendment 1 proposes to rezone Lots 51 and 181 Boyagarra Road, Brookton from ‘Rural’ to ‘Rural Smallholding’ to create eight rural smallholding lots. Provisions are proposed to be added into Schedule 1 – ‘Additional Site and Development’ requirements relating to the ‘Rural Smallholding’ zone to ensure no adverse impacts to the nearby amenity and the environment.
Amendment 6 proposes to insert the new definition ‘Major Event’ temporarily (two weeks either side of the Solar Eclipse event) into both section 2.3 'Additional uses in Local Reserves' (AR1) and into Schedule 2 – ‘Additional Uses (A9)’.
The Shire of Exmouth has initiated Amendment 7, ‘Additional Use (A10)’, to provide temporary options in and around the Exmouth townsite to cater for and facilitate the Total Solar Eclipse event in April 2023. The temporary use is proposed for four weeks between 6 April 2023 and 4 May 2023. The ‘Additional Use’ proposes to temporally allow holiday house, holiday accommodation, camping ground, caravan park and car park uses as discretionary in the areas mentioned above and conditions to manage development impacts.