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WA Councils - TPS, LPS and development policy updates

Discussion in 'Development' started by Big Daddy, 7th Jul, 2015.

  1. Big Daddy

    Big Daddy Well-Known Member

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    The City of Bayswater has adopted the draft policy No.TP-P2.18 "Character Protection Areas - Maylands North, Mount Lawley and Bayswater" for public comment. This policy provides guidelines for development to be sympathetic to the surrounding existing character.

    DRAFT:
    http://www.bayswater.wa.gov.au/cproot/4747/2/tpp2-18-cpas-draft.pdf


    I will keep updating when more councils release their changes or new polices. If anyone else keeps an eye on these documents then please post them here.
     
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    LOCAL PLANNING POLICY 5.9 – MIRRABOOKA TOWN CENTRE PARKING POLICY (DRAFT)

    A draft Local Planning Scheme No.3 Local Planning Policy 5.9 - Mirrabooka Town Centre Parking Policy has been prepared to allow sites within the Mirrabooka Town Centre to be redeveloped in accordance with the objectives of the modified Mirrabooka Town Centre Structure Plan and the modified Mirrabooka Town Centre Detailed Area Plan.

    The documents setting out and explaining the proposals may be viewed at the City's offices from
    30 June 2015 to 11 August 2015 between 8.30am and 5.00pm, Monday to Friday and at the Mirrabooka Library (21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka) during library opening times.

    Comments on the proposals must be lodged in writing to the Chief Executive Officer, City of Stirling, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling WA 6021 or tostirling@stirling.wa.gov.au on or before Tuesday, 11 August 2015.

    Should you have any enquiries regarding the above, please do not hesitate to contact the
    City Planning Business Unit on 9205 8555 or by emailing stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au.

    [​IMG]Modified Mirrabooka Town Centre Detailed Area Plan

    [​IMG]Modified Mirrabooka Town Centre Structure Plan

    [​IMG]Amendment No.63 Formal Documentation

    [​IMG]Local Planning Policy 5.9 - Mirrabooka Town Centre Parking Policy (Draft)
     
  3. Aaron Sice

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    City of Stirling - the only council where medium rise mixed use development is deemed 'appropriate' backing onto R20 housing.
     
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    PROPOSED MODIFICATION TO LOCAL PLANNING POLICIES & NEW LOCAL PLANNING POLICY
    Description:


    APD 49 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN CODES ALTERNATIVE DEEMED TO COMPLY PROVISIONS'
    APD 78 'HEALTH STUDIOS'
    APD 79 'EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS (WORKPLACE TRAINING FACILITIES)'
    NEW LOCAL PLANNING POLICY - 'COCKBURN COAST PERCENT FOR ART'

    The City of Cockburn is seeking comment on the above modified Local Planning Policies and New Local Planning Policy which are being advertised for public comment until 5pm on 21 July 2015.
    http://www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/templ...ly_prov_280515.pdf&EventID=3815&TemplateID=48

    Some little snippets
    The minimum primary street setbacks for residential zoned properties may be:
    (a) R20 coded lots – 5m
    (b) R25 coded lots – 4m
    (c) R30-R60 coded lots – 3m

    The Open Space Minimum Total % of site requirement in Table 1 of the R-Codes may be reduced by up to 5% provided the minimum outdoor living area requirements relevant to that Density Code are met.
     
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    great to see a council pro-active for all infill product to roughly align with the new RMD provisions.
     
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    The Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) intends to amend the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS) for land in the local government of Nedlands and is seeking public comment.

    The amendment proposes to transfer approximately 15.785 ha from the Public Purposes (Hospital) reservation to the Urban zone in the MRS.

    The Western Australian Planning Commission certifies that, in its opinion, the proposed amendment does not constitute a substantial alteration to the MRS.

    http://www.planning.wa.gov.au/publications/7882.asp
     
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    16ha in Nedlands becoming new housing stock doesn't trigger a major amendment?

    Asset sales must be a priority.
     
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    What will this do to the existing prices in nedlands? Any strategic buying opportunities?
     
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    it will affect the hollywood estate but probably not nedlands as a whole imo.

    these will undoubtedly be small blocks, some terrace housing and some apartments like say churchlands green