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
Amendment 1 proposes to amend a text anomaly to replace ‘Holiday Houses’ with ‘Holiday Accommodation’ for Lot 308 Banksia Drive, Coral Bay.
The City of Armadale proposes to rezone the West Piara Urban Precinct North from General Rural to the Urban Development zone.
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 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 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.
The Shire of Manjimup proposes to Rezone Lot 1 on Diagram 62828 Middlesex Road Middlesex
and Part Lot 13143 on Deposited Plan 181722 Middlesex Road Middlesex (the amendment
area) from ‘Priority Agriculture’ zone to ‘Special Use’ zone (Special Use Zone No.8) and amend
the scheme text and map accordingly. Proposed land uses include various accommodation
types, education establishment, reception centre and rural pursuit.
The City of Albany proposes to rezone Lot 5780 Down Road South, Drome from Priority Agriculture to Special Use No. 26 to facilitate the development of the Albany Motorsport Park. Development and use of the Motorsport Park is required to be in accordance with the conditions specified in Schedule 4 of the scheme, the Albany Motorsport Park Precinct Plan and approved management plans for Noise, Water, Hydrocarbons, Waste, Dust, Acid Sulphate Soils, Protected Exclusion Zone, Decommissioning and Construction.
Transfer of approximately 5,515 hectares of land from a local reserve – Recreation to the Rural zone.