Local Planning Scheme 2 proposes scheme text modifications in accordance with the recommendations of the Town’s Local Planning Strategy and the requirements of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015.
The City of Albany proposes to replace its existing planning scheme with Local Planning Scheme
2 (LPS 2). The proposed LPS 2 will provide for consistency with updates to the Planning and
Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015 and model scheme text.
Amendment 7 proposes to rezone Lot 200 Spencer Street and Lot 53 Constitution Street, South Bunbury from ‘Local Centre’ and ‘Residential Zone’ to ‘Mixed Use-Residential Zone’ with a density code of ‘R20/60’ and amend the Scheme Map accordingly. The amendment proposes to facilitate an extension to the existing medical centre (pathology laboratory) and associated carparking.
Amendment 1 proposes to insert Additional Use No. 3 (A3) at Table 5 of the Scheme, to provide for the development of consulting rooms at Lot 3 Andover Street, Katanning.
Amendment 2 proposes scheme text modifications applicable to the consideration and approval of subdivisions under the Swan Valley Planning Scheme. The amendment includes the insertion of Clause 39A to provide for discretionary decisions by the Western Australian Planning Commission to approve subdivisions that are not fully compliant with an additional site and development requirements. The amendment also proposes modifications to Schedule 5, regarding subdivision succession provisions and application of minimum lot size requirements.
Amendment 3 proposes to rezone Lot 501 (No. 130) Hamersley Road, Caversham from ‘Priority Agriculture’ and ‘Parks and Recreation’ reserve to the ‘Special Use’ zone. The amendment also proposes to insert Special Use No. 2 at Schedule 4 of the Scheme, to guide future land uses and subdivision within the amendment area. The amendment is to facilitate preparation of the Lot for divestment.
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.