Draft Burns Beach Local Development Plan – Lot 9029 (1511) Marmion Avenue, Burns Beach
The City of Joondalup has received the above draft local development plan prepared by CDP Town Planning and Urban Design (planning consultants) on behalf of the property owners Peet Limited.
Your comments are invited on the draft local development plan.
What is a local development plan?
A local development plan is a document that sets out the development standards for the future development of a site.
Why has a local development plan been prepared?
A local development plan has been prepared by the applicant as it is required as a condition of the subdivision approval issued by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC).
The local development plan must address the allocation of residential density codes and built form requirements.
What does the draft local development plan propose?
The draft local development plan relates to the Northern Residential Precinct of the Burns Beach Structure Plan and applies to the development of single houses. It applies provisions of the Medium Density Single House Development Standards – Development Zones (R-MD Codes) as outlined in the WAPC’s Planning Bulletin 112/2016 along with provisions of the existing Burns Beach Structure Plan.
The R-Code densities shown on the draft local development plan replace those designated in the Burns Beach Structure Plan. There are 360 lots proposed in the Northern Residential Precinct which is less than the number of lots that could be developed under the Burns Beach Structure Plan for the area.
The City is required to advertise the proposal for public comment in accordance with the requirements of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015. The advertising of the proposal does not indicate support or otherwise for the draft local development plan.
How do I make a submission?
Submissions can be made using the online Planning Consultation Submission Form below (preferred), via email or via post to PO Box 21, Joondalup WA 6919. All submissions must be in writing and include your full name and address.
What happens after I make a submission?
After the close of the advertising period, the draft local development plan will be considered at a future Council meeting. If you choose to make a submission and elect to be kept informed on the progress of the application, you will be notified of the Council meeting date when confirmed.
Council can resolve to either approve the draft local development plan, require the draft local development plan to be modified or refuse the draft local development plan.
Where can I get more information?
The draft local development plan can be viewed at the link below or can be viewed at the City of Joondalup administration office located at 90 Boas Avenue, Joondalup during business hours.
When does the consultation period close?
Submissions will be accepted: Wednesday 21 April 2021 until Wednesday 12 May 2021.