Amendment 10 proposes a number of textual modifications to the Scheme to improve
consistency, clarity and ease of application of the provisions of the Scheme.
Amendment 202 proposes to rezone land from ‘Industrial Development’ to ‘General Industrial’ and
‘Service Industrial’, and ‘General Industrial’ to ‘Service Industrial’, along with the introduction of
‘Additional Uses’. Amendment 202 also proposes rezoning of land from the ‘Industrial Development’
zone to ‘Local Scheme Reserve – Public Use’, and from ‘Industrial Development’ to ‘Conservation’.
Scheme text amendments related to land use permissibility are also proposed.
Amendment 153 proposes to insert the model definition of ‘Brewery’ to Appendix I of the Scheme, and to amend the current definition of ‘Microbrewery’ to accommodate the production of spirits. The proposed amendment will provide for the development and operation of small-scale distilleries under the ‘Microbrewery’ land use type.
Amendment 13 proposes to introduce discretion to building height controls for new residential development. This change is necessary as some of the building height provisions in LPS 3 have been superseded by the “deemed provisions” in the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015.
Amendment 0068/57 proposes to rezone a portion of Lot 61 Coalfields Road, Roelands from the ‘Rural’ zone to ‘Urban Deferred’ under the GBRS. This portion of land is proposed to be amalgamated with Lot 42 Government Road.
To rezone approximately 123.5 hectares of land in Wattle Grove from the Rural zone to the Urban zone
Amendment 128 proposes to include additional uses within Schedule 7 – ‘Schedule of Additional Uses’ (‘Additional Use A18’) to accommodate for permanent and holiday accommodation at Lot 39 and to amend the Scheme Maps accordingly.
Amendment 21 proposes to rezone Lot 13129 from the ‘Rural’ zone and the ‘Public purposes’ reserve to the ‘Light Industry’ zone.
Amendment 22 proposes to:
• rezone Lot 1 Forrest Street, Boyup Brook from ‘Residential’ to ‘Town Centre’ zone and
delete the R15/30 code;
• rezone Lot 35 Barron Street, Boyup Brook from ‘Residential’ to ‘Town Centre’ zone
and delete the R15 code;
• amending the Scheme Maps and text by replacing the ‘Commercial’ zone classification
with the ‘Town Centre’ zone classification, and
• delete clause 30(2) relating to Septic Tank Effluent Disposal for a dual density code of
Amendment 12 proposes to insert supplemental provisions to Schedule 1 of the Scheme. The proposed provisions guide development approval requirements for trees within ‘Residential’ zoned areas with a density code of R20 or less and manage the removal and retention of trees on private land.