The City of Perth proposes to introduce several redevelopment precincts into its Local Planning Scheme 26 (LPS 26). The redevelopment precincts are currently under the planning control of the Central Perth Redevelopment Scheme, with Development WA as the responsible authority. Amendment 4 is a part of the process known as Normalisation, which is the transition of planning control from Development WA as a redevelopment authority to a local government and the WAPC.
LPS 26 contains provisions for the planning and development control of Normalised Redevelopment Areas, including land uses and built form guidance, and operates in conjunction with City Planning Scheme 2. The existing land use and development controls specific to the redevelopment precincts will be transferred to LPS 26 when the Central Perth Redevelopment Scheme ceases to operate.
Amendment 83 proposes to delete a clause from Schedule 7, Sub-Area 1.3.1 of the scheme text relating to the street setback of upper floors in the West End Heritage Area of Central Fremantle. The scheme provision requires the upper level to be set back so it is not visible from the street adjacent to the site. The amendment will facilitate new buildings to be more in character with heritage buildings.
The City of Canning proposes to rezone Lot 999 (No. 105) Manning Road, Bentley from
‘Residential’ with a density code of R80 to ‘Mixed Use’ with a density code of R80. The rezoning
will facilitate future mixed commercial and residential development. Lot 999 is currently
developed as a single house
Amendment 36 proposes to keep a portion of the site under the “Special Use (SU23)” zone and to rezone the remaining portion to “Highway Commercial”.
For the portion remaining SU23, the Amendment proposes to delete the existing uses of ‘Aged Persons Village’ and ‘Nursing Home’ and to extend the range of uses, to include Child Care Premises, Community Purpose, Recreation-Private and Veterinary Centre.
The City of Canning proposes 33 modifications to the scheme text and maps for various lots in Queens Park and East Cannington. The changes aim to provide easier to understand scheme text, update scheme map designations to reflect existing land use/completed subdivisions, and to provide improved urban design outcomes through updated public open space designations.
Amendment 9 proposes to modify the southern boundary of the Canning Bridge Activity Centre Plan so that the boundary follows the carriageways of Helm Street, Sleat Road and Wren Street to Ullapool Road. The effect of the boundary change will be to exclude an area of properties already developed for residential purposes (R17.5) from the Canning Bridge Activity Centre Plan. The excluded properties will be rezoned from Centre Zone RAC-0 to Residential R20.
The Shire of Nannup (the Shire) proposes to replace its current Local Planning Scheme No. 3 (LPS 3) with Local Planning Scheme No. 4 (LPS 4). LPS 4 is an updated version of LPS 3 that aligns with the Shire’s Local Planning Strategy and the state, regional and local planning framework.
Lots 557 to 563 DP 67882 Premier Road Shotts is currently zoned Special Use 11, allowing for industrial land uses associated with the coal industry. The Shire proposes to amend LPS 5 to increase the range of permissible land uses to allow industry not related to coal to be permitted, and include further structure planning provisions for Lots 557-563 Premier Road; and to include additional land use definitions for the whole scheme area.
The Shire of Manjimup proposes to rezone 9.5 ha of Lot 7489 Burma Road, Pemberton from ‘Future Development’ to ‘Tourist Enterprise’. The rezoning will facilitate the development of a camping ground and caravan park. Amendment 24 also proposes to change the reserve status of portions of two neighbouring lots from ‘Public Purposes: Government Requirements’ and ‘State Forest and Other Forest Reserves’ to ‘Local Roads’ to facilitate road access.