To allow Retirement Village, Reception Centre, Aged and Dependent Persons’ Dwelling as
The City of Kalamunda proposes to zone a portion of Cambridge Reserve in Forrestfield to Urban Development. The zoning will facilitate the Cambridge Reserve Community Enhancement Project which aims to deliver local open space improvements, an aged care facility, residential development, roads and supporting infrastructure.
The City of Armadale proposes to introduce 3 lots currently under the Armadale Redevelopment Scheme 2 into its local planning scheme. Lot 2 Keane Road and Lot 4853 Allen Road are proposed to be reserved as Parks and Recreation and Lot 9500 Armadale Road is proposed to be zoned Industrial Development.
Amendment 103 proposes to rezone the above lots from General Rural to the Special Rural zone, with specific text provisions to be inserted into Schedule 11 Special Rural Zone No. 6 covering extensive planning and development requirements to address environmental impacts.
Development WA proposes to add land in Bayswater and Forrestfield to the Midland Redevelopment Scheme 2 and rename the scheme to the METRONET East Redevelopment Scheme and make a number of other minor amendments in order to ensure best practise planning principles are applied.
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 132 proposes to amend the ‘Special Use Zone 6’ map and text to reflect the Environmental Protection (Western Swamp Tortoise Habitat) Policy 2011 policy area and requirements, with most lots be rezoned from ‘General Rural’ to the ‘Special Use Zone 6’. Lot 51 Almeria Parade, Lot 2 and 23 Apple Street and Lot 43 Great Northern Highway, Upper Swan have been omitted from the ‘Special Use Zone 6’ and will remain in the ‘General Rural’ zone.
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.
The Western Australian Planning Commission proposes to rezone approximately 13 hectares of land in Piara Waters from the ‘Rural-Water Protection’ zone to the ‘Public Purposes – High School’ reservation. The amendment will facilitate the future construction of a new high school.
Rezoning Lots 1, 2, 7,12,13, 36, 37 and 38 Caporn Street, Wanneroo from Rural Resource to