Amendment 8 proposes to update and align LPS3 with the updated model provisions in the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 and also address other administrative anomalies. These include fixing typographical errors, updating the scheme map to address a number of zoning anomalies, and minor land use permissibility changes (X use for holiday house in Commercial zone and D use for animal establishment in Light Industry/Joondalup West).
Amendment 4 proposes to apply the additional use of ‘Recreation – Private’ as a permitted (‘P’) use to Lot 9 Glyde Street, Mosman Park. The lot is currently zoned ‘Commercial’ which does not provide for the proposed additional use. The proposed amendment is to facilitate the
development of a Wellness Centre at the site.
Amendment 6 proposes to rezone the above lots from ‘Special Use’ zone to ‘Town Centre’ zone to facilitate the development of the lots as a local caravan park and camping ground venue, with some provision for short stay chalets.
Amendment 153 proposes to apply ‘Additional Use 20 (AU 20)’ to Lot 760 Berrigan Drive, South Lake, which is already developed for the Berrigan Quarter Community Shopping Centre. The proposed AU 20 is to include ‘Showroom’, ‘Funeral Parlour’ and ‘Motor Vehicle Wash’ as discretionary uses (with conditions) and is to be inserted into the Table 6 of the Town Planning Scheme. The amendment also proposes to amend the definition of ‘Funeral Parlour’ to accord with the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, and to include vehicle parking provisions for the proposed ‘Funeral Parlour’ land use.
Amendment 2 proposes to increase the residential density code of Lots 119-128 Riversea View, Mosman Park from R12.5 to R25. The proposed amendment is to provide a transitional residential density buffer between the lower density housing to the north of the lots, and the higher density housing to the south. The amendment area is developed with existing residences.
Amendment 2 proposes to rezone a portion of Lot 511 Porter Street and Lot 997 Nanda Drive, Kalbarri to ‘Tourism’ and apply ‘Additional Use (No. 5)’ (AU 5) and ‘Additional Use (No. 6)’ (AU 6) to the respective sites. The amendment also proposes to insert AU 5 and AU 6 into Schedule 1 of LPS 11, with conditions for development. The proposed AU5 is to permit ‘Workforce Accommodation’ as a discretionary (‘D’) use. The proposed AU6 is to permit ‘Workforce Accommodation’ as a ‘D’ use and ‘Aged or Dependent Persons Dwelling’ as an approved discretionary (‘A’) use. The amendment is to provide for additional accommodation to support the needs of the Kalbarri townsite and effective operation of the local tourism industry.
Amendment 204 proposes to rezone three lots (Lots 111,112 and 115) in Belleuve from 'General
Commercial' to 'Residential' with a density code of 'R20/40' and reclassify Todd Park from
'Residential' to 'Local Reserve – Recreation’ and amend the Scheme Maps accordingly.
Amendment 205 proposes to remove ‘Additional Use (No. 73)’ from Lot 61 Purton Place and
Lots 400 & 401 Clayton Street, Bellevue. The amendment is proposed to facilitate the development of a
residential precinct at the subject sites, consistent with the recommendations of the Bellevue East Land Use
Study (2013). The current ‘Additional Use (No. 73)’, which permits ‘Industry – Light’, ‘Industry – Cottage’,
‘Lunch Bar’, ‘Warehouse’, and ‘Motel’ as discretionary ('D') uses (with conditions), is incompatible with the
proposed residential development.
Amendment 17 proposes to recode Lots 1-4 and Lots 47-51 Coolgardie Avenue, Ascot from
Residential R20 to Residential R20/40 and amend the Scheme text and map to reflect
Amendment 7 proposes to modify the Zoning Table permissibility of ‘Garden Centre’ in the