Proposed Land Use Changes at Australian Marine Complex

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Background

Workshops held in 2018 with land owners and businesses in the Australian Marine Complex (AMC) found that land use controls within the AMC were overly restrictive, limiting potential for use, sale and leasing of land. As a result, the City's Town Planning Scheme was changed in 2020 to introduce a new wider range of possible land uses at the AMC.

To reflect the changes to the Town Planning Scheme, the City's Local Planning Policy 3.9 now needs to be amended to:

  • Provide land owners and developers with specific direction on acceptable land use and development standards;
  • Guide the City's decision-making on new developments and proposed changes to land use.

To read about the proposed changes, and who will be impacted, read the FAQs.


Submissions

The public is invited to inspect and comment on the proposed amendments to Local Planning Policy 3.9.

Comments close 5pm, Monday 8 March 2021.

Have Your Say
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Complete the submission form
below
Letter iconIn Writing
stratplanning@cockburn.wa.gov.au
Chief Executive Officer,
City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake WA 6965
Contact iconContact the City of Cockburn
08 9411 3444
Discussion iconAttend the Information Session
7.30am to 9am, Thursday 18 February 2021
AMC Jakovich Centre, 4 McGrath Road, Henderson


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Background

Workshops held in 2018 with land owners and businesses in the Australian Marine Complex (AMC) found that land use controls within the AMC were overly restrictive, limiting potential for use, sale and leasing of land. As a result, the City's Town Planning Scheme was changed in 2020 to introduce a new wider range of possible land uses at the AMC.

To reflect the changes to the Town Planning Scheme, the City's Local Planning Policy 3.9 now needs to be amended to:

  • Provide land owners and developers with specific direction on acceptable land use and development standards;
  • Guide the City's decision-making on new developments and proposed changes to land use.

To read about the proposed changes, and who will be impacted, read the FAQs.


Submissions

The public is invited to inspect and comment on the proposed amendments to Local Planning Policy 3.9.

Comments close 5pm, Monday 8 March 2021.

Have Your Say
Icon of surveyOnline
Complete the submission form
below
Letter iconIn Writing
stratplanning@cockburn.wa.gov.au
Chief Executive Officer,
City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake WA 6965
Contact iconContact the City of Cockburn
08 9411 3444
Discussion iconAttend the Information Session
7.30am to 9am, Thursday 18 February 2021
AMC Jakovich Centre, 4 McGrath Road, Henderson


More Information