The City of Armadale proposes to rezone the West Piara Urban Precinct North from General Rural to the Urban Development zone.
Amendment 188 proposes to rezone part of Lot 23 by allowing the additional use of Motor Vehicle Repairs in the north-west portion of the lot.
Introduce a new ‘Urban Development’ zone and apply it to the Redcliffe Station precinct to serve as an underlying zoning that facilitates the implementation of the Redcliffe Area Centre Plan (ACP). Establish a Development Contribution Plan (DCP). Update the boundaries of the Development Area 6 Special Control Area to accord with established road alignments within the Perth Airport estate. Introduce new provisions applicable to the Development Area 6 Special Control Area to provide for the implementation of the ACP.
To rezone Lot 1 Stirling Crescent, the majority of Lot 2 Stirling Crescent, and Lots 192, 3, 20 and 501 Adelaide Street, Hazelmere from 'General Rural' to 'Special Use' and reserve a small portion of Lot 2 Stirling Crescent to 'Local Road'.
The City of Swan proposes to zone the land to ‘General Industrial’ with a ‘Restricted Use’ and
‘Local Road’. The scheme map and scheme text are proposed to be updated accordingly.
The City of Swan proposes to rezone Lots 189 and 190 Adelaide Street, Hazelmere from General Rural to Light Industrial, with a part of Lot 190 to be reserved as Local Road.
Transferring approximately 10.2 hectares of land in High Wycombe from the ‘Urban’ zone and ‘Rural’ zones to the ‘Parks and Recreation’ reservation in the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS). The amendment also proposes to zone a small ‘Urban’ area for future Public Open Space.
The City of Swan proposes to rezone a portion of Lot 1354 Great Northern Highway and a portion of Lot 1314 Chittering Road, Bullsbrook from ‘General Rural’ to ‘Residential Development’. An additional use which allows a Green Waste Recycling facility for Lot 1314 will be removed.
Amendment 41 proposes to establish a Special Entertainment Precent Special Control Area within Northbridge which will require noise attenuation standards for new development to meet specified sound levels, within proposed ‘Core’ and ‘Frame’ areas.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone approximately 110 ha of land in Piara Waters from the ‘Rural-Water Protection’ zone to the ‘Urban’ and ‘Urban Deferred’ zones, and ‘Primary Regional Roads’ reservation. The rezoning will facilitate urban development.