Amendment 184 proposes to add the ‘Additional Use’ of ‘Smash Repair Station’ to Lot 216, which contains existing industrial development.
Amendment 1 is an omnibus amendment which proposes a number of revisions to the Scheme text and maps. These largely relate to changes to reflect existing land uses, and administrative requirements.
Amendment 89 proposes to change the zoning classification for the above lot from ‘Business’ and ‘Public Purposes Reserve - Car Parking’ to ‘Mixed Use’ zone, modify the use class permissibility of the 'Mixed Use' zone, and inserting a new Special Control Area overlay over the subject site. This will allow an improved commercial and residential redevelopment of the area.
Amendment 11 proposes to introduce local development planning requirements for future Residential Aged Care facilities, and requirements for non-residential development to comply with the R codes, subject to some variation exemptions.
Amendment 10 proposes conditions regarding built form requirements such as low density, bulk, scale, height, street alignment and setbacks, within a residential aged care facility area.
Amendment 40 proposes changes to the scheme text to avoid retail development outside the ‘Regional Centre’ and ‘Centre’ zones within the City of Busselton.
Transfer of approximately 5,515 hectares of land from a local reserve – Recreation to the Rural zone.
Amendment 7 proposes to rezone fully developed land in Hillarys from ‘Urban Development’ to the ‘Residential’ zone and ‘Public Open Space’ and ‘Local Road’ reserves, to apply the ‘R25’ and ‘R40’ residential density codes, and to reflect the current land uses and Cook Avenue Structure Plan.
Amendment 7 proposes to retain the existing Centre (C4) zoning for the Marshall Road Local Centre under Local Planning Scheme 6, and replace the Restricted Use (R2) classification with an Additional Use (A19) classification.
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.