Structure Plan - Lots 705 and 707 Armadale Road, Treeby

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Consultation has concluded


Background

This land has historically been used for sand quarrying and brick processing and it is now proposed to create a new residential estate on the 48 ha portion which is zoned for urban development. This is proposed to include:

  • 600-700 residential dwellings;
  • A primary school;
  • 4.5 ha of public open space including a district playing field;
  • A local centre.

The remnant vegetation on the remaining portion of the land (approximately 12.3 ha) will be part of Bush Forever Area Site 390 and is not proposed for urban development.

Submissions

You are invited to make a submission by 11 March 2020.


Background

This land has historically been used for sand quarrying and brick processing and it is now proposed to create a new residential estate on the 48 ha portion which is zoned for urban development. This is proposed to include:

  • 600-700 residential dwellings;
  • A primary school;
  • 4.5 ha of public open space including a district playing field;
  • A local centre.

The remnant vegetation on the remaining portion of the land (approximately 12.3 ha) will be part of Bush Forever Area Site 390 and is not proposed for urban development.

Submissions

You are invited to make a submission by 11 March 2020.

Consultation has concluded
  • Project Update

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    Thank you for your submissions. The public comment period was open from 20 February to 11 March 2020.

    At its meeting on 9 April 2020 (OCM Minutes 09/04/20)(External link) Council resolved to recommend approval to the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC).

    WAPC approved the structure plan on 8 December 2020. The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage website lists the approved structure plan(External link).