The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River has initiated Amendment 69 to rezone a portion of Lot 30 Peake Street, Cowaramup from ‘General Agriculture’ to ‘Tourism’.
LPS 2 is proposed to replace the existing Local Planning Scheme 1. The changes are predominantly to update the Scheme to align with the Planning and Development Regulations 2015 and to reflect existing land use. The new scheme proposes a number of changes including new zones, rezoning’s, text updates, scheme provision amendments, additional uses to reflect actual land uses and the introduction of several Special Control Areas.
The City of Bunbury proposes to incorporate an additional Schedule along with new text that supports arrangements for establishing a design review panel. This is to support ‘good design’ in consideration of complex planning proposals.
Introducing a number of changes to the Scheme in accordance with the endorsed Central
Withers Structure Plan. The changes proposed are removing the lower value of all split RCodes
lots within the structure plan area, upcoding of privately owned lots and including ‘R60’
and ‘R80’ density lots within the ‘Development Areas Special Control Area.’
Rezoning of Lot 562 and portion of Lot 560 Paris Road, Australind from Regional Open Space Reserve to Urban Zone.
The Shire of Capel proposes to rezone Part Lot 2 Calinup Road Gelorup from ‘Rural’ to ‘Special Rural’ and include the land within Special Rural Zone Area No. 2.
The City of Busselton proposes to amend the Special Use zone provisions for a portion of Lot 1 Causeway Road, Busselton. The subject land is approximately 9,420m² and developed as a service station with ancillary uses including a drive through coffee outlet, shop and a warehouse/storage area. The amendment aims to better define and clarify the land use controls that currently apply.
Amendment 40 proposes changes to the scheme text to avoid retail development outside the ‘Regional Centre’ and ‘Centre’ zones within the City of Busselton.
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 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’.