Amendment 55 proposes to insert an ‘Additional Use Site No.10’ (AU 10) to the LPS 8 text (and modify the scheme map), with the Special Condition that Clause 6.3.1 (b) no development is permitted which would attract persons, other than those working in the adjacent strategic industrial area of the scheme does not apply to the AU10 area. The amendment is proposed to provide clarity to decision makers to enable consideration of future development within the amendment area without demonstrating an actual connection to the Maitland Strategic Industrial Area workforce at any one point in time. No additional uses for zoned land are proposed as part of this amendment.
Amendment 9 proposes to ensure that holiday homes are not considered appropriate in the Skipjack Circle Area. It is proposed to modify clause 4.17.1 for Holiday Accommodation/Holiday House to: Holiday Accommodation and Holiday House are not permitted in the Skipjack Circle Area; inserting a new ‘Figure 11: Skipjack Circle Subdivision Area’ into the Table of Figures and amend the Table of Contents accordingly.
Amendment 19 proposes to extend the period of operation of the Springs Development Contribution Plan (DCP) from 5 years to 10 years, and to modify the DCP text to reflect completion of landscaping works at the site. The proposed amendment is to provide for additional time for development of the site and collection of associated financial contributions.
Amendment 185 proposes to modify scheme text relating to the control of advertisements in the City of Rockingham. The proposed amendment is part of a broader review of the planning and local law framework regulating signs and advertisements in the City.
Amendment 97 proposes to zone portions of unzoned land to ‘Medium and High Density R25’ and zone the unzoned portion of Lot R21522 Lawrence Street, Bedford to ‘Local Public Open Space’. The unzoned land on the lots provide access to grouped dwellings and single houses which have been developed. The unzoned land on Lot R21522, Lawrence Street, Bedford, functions as part of the Lawrence Reserve. The Scheme Map is also proposed to be amended accordingly.
Amendment 5 proposes to rezone Lot 1080 from Public Open Space to Residential R10/30 to facilitate greater use of an underutilised site for residential development.
The proposed Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS) amendment aims to rationalise and update zones and reservations at 25 locations in the Central Districts of Perth. The amendment is considered a minor amendment, as the proposals contained do not constitute a substantial or regionally significant change to the MRS.
Amendment 8 proposes to rezone Lot 37 (No.26) Brentham Street, Leederville from ‘Public Open Space’ to ‘Residential R60’ to facilitate the development of residential dwellings. The City of Vincent states that this portion of land is deemed surplus to the City’s Public Open Space requirements in the area.
Amendment 3 proposes to include ‘Clause 62’ into Schedule A of the Town of Mosman Park Local Planning Scheme No. 3. The proposed amendment seeks to ensure that the statutory heritage protections provided to heritage listed properties under the previous Town Planning Scheme (No. 2), continue to apply under the current Scheme. The proposed amendment also provides flexibility to facilitate the upcoming review of the Town’s heritage framework.
Amendment 9 proposes to rezone lands in the Camberwarra Local Structure Plan from ‘Urban Development’ to ‘Residential’, ‘Public Open Space’ and ‘Local Road’ reserve. The amendment also proposes to apply new residential density codes (‘R30’, ‘R40’, ‘R50’, ‘R60’) to the areas proposed for ‘Residential’ zoning. The proposed amendment will reflect existing development that has occurred at the site in accordance with the structure plan.