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Development Application - Wearne Redevelopment - 1 Gibney Street

Posted: 24/06/2019 12:00 AM Closing Date: 11/07/2019 11:50 PM

The Town has received an application to use and/or develop land for residential aged care and retirement living development.

Should you have any comments on the proposal, please submit to the Town, in writing, on or before 11 July 2019 by emailing council@cottesloe.wa.gov.au

 

Notice of Initiation of Scheme Amendment No. 8 to LPS 3

Posted: 11/05/2019 12:00 AM Closing Date: 30/06/2019 11:50 PM

At its Ordinary Council Meeting of 26 February 2019 the Town resolved to initiate for the purposes of public advertising Local Planning Scheme Amendment No. 8 to Local Planning Scheme No. 3 in accordance with s.35 of the Planning & Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015

The Resolution to Adopt Amendment to Local Planning Scheme No.3 is as follows:

Resolved that the local government pursuant to section 75 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, amend the above Local Planning Scheme by:

1.1   Zoning a portion of Lot 14 Albion Street, Lot 18-20 Boreham Street, Lot 2 Burt Street, Lot 3 Congdon Street, Lots 52-55 and 61 Dalgety Street, Lot 63 Edward Street, Lots 10 and 26 Eric Street; and Lots 70 and 71 Napier Street, Cottesloe ‘Residential Zone’ with a density code of R20;

1.2   Zoning Lot 21 Gordon Street; Lots 3 (No. 2A) and 4 Dalgety Street; Lots 1, 2 and 4 Boreham Street; Lot 1 Burt Street; Lot 22 and 64 Edward Street; Lot 2 Foulkes Lane; Lot 69 Napier Street; Lots 1 (No. 471, 473 and 483), 2 (No. 475 and 483), 3-6, 51, 57, 59, 67, 68, 100, 101 and 800 Stirling Highway; and a portion of Lot 9 Eric Street, Cottesloe ‘Residential Zone’ with a density code of R20/60;

1.3   Zoning Lot 64 Burt Street, Lot 2 Napier Street, Lot 1 (No. 493) Stirling Highway, Cottesloe and a portion of Lot 4 Napier Street and Lot 12 Rockett Lane, Cottesloe ‘Residential Zone’ with a density code of R30/60;

1.4   Zoning Lot 91 and portions of Lots 1, 16 and 88 Albion Street, and Lots 89 and 90 Vera Street, Cottesloe ‘Residential Zone’ with a density coding of R35;

1.5   Zoning a portion of Lot 2 Forrest Street ‘Residential Zone’ with a density code of R40;

1.6   Zoning portions of Lots 1, 2 and 4 Napier Street and Lots 64 and 100 Rocket Lane, Cottesloe ‘Residential Zone’ with a density code of R30/60;

1.7   Zoning Lots 1, 2 and 20 Albion Street, Cottesloe ‘Residential Zone’ with a density code of R35/60;

1.8   Zoning Lot 3 Forrest Street and Lot 100 Stirling Highway, Cottesloe ‘Residential Office Zone’ with a density code of R40/60;

1.9   Zoning Lots 11, 12 and a portion of reserve 335 Grant Street, Claremont; Lot 1 and a portion of reserve 332 Stirling Highway, Claremont; Lot 1, 8 and portions of Lots 5 (#451 and #453) Stirling Highway; and Lots 4 and 9 McNamara Way, Cottesloe ‘Residential Zone’ with a density code of R60;

1.10   Zoning Lots 1 (No. 533), 12, 13, 50 (No. 541 and 543), 500 and portions of Lots 5 and 101 Stirling Highway; Reserve 10998 and portions of Lots 2 and 3 Station Street; Lot 49 and portions of Lots 5, 8, 17-19, 25 and 27 Napoleon Street; portions of Lots 5-7 Jarrad Street; and Lots 1 and 40 Forrest Street, Cottesloe ‘Town Centre Zone’ with a density code of R100;

1.11   Reserving the balance of Lot 2 Congdon St, Claremont for ‘Public Purposes: Fire Station’;

1.12   Reserving the balance of Lot 4 Congdon St, Cottesloe for ‘Public Purposes: Telecommunication’;

1.13   Reserving the balance of Lot 401 Vera Street, Lot 3 Forrest Street ‘Local Road Reserve’;

1.14   Reserving the balance of public access ways and/or local roads as ‘Local Road Reserve’; and

1.15   Extending Additional Use No. 7 over the balance of Lot 1 (No. 441) Stirling Highway, Claremont;

           in accordance with the scheme amendment map(s), and

1.16   Replacing Clause 5.3.4: Development in areas with a dual residential density code abutting Stirling Highway with the following:

 ‘Despite anything contained in the Residential Design Codes to the contrary, residential development in areas with a dual density code on the scheme map abutting Stirling Highway shall be in accordance with the development standards of the lower R-Code unless the residential development–
(a)    has no direct vehicular access to and from Stirling Highway; and
(b)    is a comprehensive redevelopment of more than one lot abutting Stirling Highway,

in which case the local government may permit development in accordance with the development standards of the higher R-Code.’