The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone approximately 41 ha of
land from the Private Recreation zone and Road Reserve to Urban. Rezoning will facilitate adoption of a local structure plan to guide development at the Bunbury Turf Club.
Amendment 42 proposes to amend the scheme text by inserting a new clause within Part 5 -
Special Control Area, for the creation of the Western Ringtail Possum Habitat Protection Area to envelop residential areas in the Dunsborough and Busselton townships.
Amendment 4 proposes to recode Lots 44-48 Castle Street, Bunbury from R20/40 to R20/R60 and to insert Additional Site and Development Requirements into Schedule 3 of the Scheme.
Amendment 38 proposes to include an Additional Use (A82) to allow for commercial, tourism
based development on the non-vegetated portions of Lot 61 (400) Metricup Road, Metricup.
The City of Bunbury has initiated Amendment 1 to correct minor formatting and
typographical errors identified in the Scheme Text and modify the Scheme Map to correct a minor mapping anomaly.
Rezone from Rural Residential and Agriculture to Urban Development zone.
Amendment 041-57 proposes to remove the Water Catchments-Special Control Area from
land where Public Drinking Water Source Areas have been abolished
Amendment 39 proposes to remove Special Provision 33 given that there is no planning
framework for the requirement for any future residential development to incorporate a
minimum 60% single bedroom dwellings. Lot 202 Bussell Highway, West Busselton is proposed
to be re-coded from R40/R60 to R60 and Lot 201 Seymour Street, West Busselton is proposed
to be re-coded from R40/R60 to R40. The Scheme Maps will be amended accordingly.
The proposed scheme amendment proposes to rezone Lot 221 Lakes Road and parts of Lot
400 Paterson Road, Nambeelup from Rural to Industrial.
Amendment 37 proposes to rezone Lot 7 Forrest Beach Road, Wonnerup from 'Agriculture'
zone to 'Conservation' zone, 'Reserve for Recreation' and 'Reserve for Public Purpose (Water Tank).