The City of Kalamunda proposes to zone a portion of Cambridge Reserve in Forrestfield to Urban Development. The zoning will facilitate the Cambridge Reserve Community Enhancement Project which aims to deliver local open space improvements, an aged care facility, residential development, roads and supporting infrastructure.
The City of Armadale proposes to introduce 3 lots currently under the Armadale Redevelopment Scheme 2 into its local planning scheme. Lot 2 Keane Road and Lot 4853 Allen Road are proposed to be reserved as Parks and Recreation and Lot 9500 Armadale Road is proposed to be zoned Industrial Development.
The Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) proposes to reintroduce the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS) over part of the land currently zoned and reserved under the Armadale Redevelopment Scheme No. 2, consistent with the Wungong Urban Water Master Plan (WUWMP).
Rezoning of the above lots from the ‘Rural’ zone to the ‘Urban’ zone.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone parcels of land in the Shire of Dardanup from ‘Rural’ to ‘Urban Deferred’ to facilitate the development of the proposed ‘Wanju Urban Expansion Area’.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone 1350 hectares of land in the Shire of Dardanup from ‘Rural’ to ‘Industrial to facilitate the development of the proposed ‘Waterloo Industrial Expansion Area’.
The Town of Port Hedland proposes to reclassify and rezone various lots known as the ‘Stables Precinct’ to Urban Development.
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.
Rezone Lot 21 Southern Estuary Road and Part Lot 7 Dunkeld Road, Herron from the Rural zone to the Rural Residential zone.
On the 27th July 2020 the Minister for Environment, in accordance with section 48A(2) of the Environmental Protection Act 1986, advised the City of Mandurah that Amendment 137 is incapable of being made environmentally acceptable, and a statement of environmental conditions cannot be delivered and published under section 48F of the EP Act. (See Minister's decision below).
Amendment 103 proposes to rezone the above lots from General Rural to the Special Rural zone, with specific text provisions to be inserted into Schedule 11 Special Rural Zone No. 6 covering extensive planning and development requirements to address environmental impacts.