Local Planning Strategy
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The City of Joondalup Local Planning Strategy has been prepared in accordance with the City’s statutory requirements under the Planning and Development Act 2005.
The purpose of the Strategy is to enable Council and the community to determine the vision and strategic planning direction for the City of Joondalup for the next 15 to 20 years.
Preparation of the Local Planning Strategy has included assessment of all relevant State, regional and Council plans, policies and strategies. Community input into the Strategy has been achieved through surveys on key planning issues.
The Local Planning Strategy has been arranged into 6 main parts:
- An introduction which provides the background to the development of the Local Planning Strategy.
- The State and regional planning context.
- The local government policy context.
- Municipal Profile and key issues, which have been identified through an analysis of the local profile and the major influences on planning for the future.
- Strategies and actions which will deliver the desired outcomes for the major planning theme areas.
Implementation and review.
The Local Planning Strategy will provide the strategic context for the development of a Local Housing Strategy, a Local Commercial Strategy and ultimately, the new district planning scheme. The Local Housing Strategy and Local Commercial Strategy will be subject to a separate statutory public consultation processes and will generate additional strategies and actions for the District Planning Scheme No. 2 review process.
It is intended to incorporate the key recommendations of the Local Housing Strategy into the final Local Planning Strategy. The Local Planning Strategy represents an evolving strategy and will be subject to regular review.