Draft Currambine Local Development Plan – Lot 9001 (16) Sunlander Drive, Currambine
The City of Joondalup has received the above draft local development plan prepared by Rowe Group (planning consultants) on behalf of the property owners Southern Cross Care.
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).
What does the draft local development plan propose?
The draft local development plan contains provisions that allow the development of two storey single residential attached dwellings with double garages. It proposes to replace some of the development standards in the Residential Design Codes that would otherwise apply to the development.
The existing residential density code of the site is R80, the draft local development plan does not change this. Subdivision approval has already been granted by the WAPC for the subdivision of the site into residential lots. The draft local development plan applies to 81 lots.
How do I make a submission?
Submissions can be made using the online Planning Consultation Submission Form below (preferred), via an email or via post to P.O. 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 proposal and the submissions received 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. As the draft LDP proposes to modify development provisions of the Residential Design Codes that must be approved by the WAPC, it will be forwarded to the WAPC following consideration by Council.
Where can I get more information?
The draft local development plan and associated documents can be viewed at the links 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: 2 June 2022 to 23 June 2022.