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The City is currently seeking comment on the following proposals:

Proposed Amendments to Planning Policy No.3.3.10 - Home Occupations and Home Businesses

At its ordinary meeting held on 27 February 2018, Council resolved to advertise an amendment to Planning Policy No.3.3.10 - Home Occupations and Home Businesses (PP3.3.10).

The purpose of the amendment is to extend the hours of operation by one hour to allow businesses to commence from 8am on Mondays to Saturdays in lieu of 9am. Changes in legislation and strategies are proposed to be updated accordingly. Minor wording changes are also proposed to simplify the policy for ease of use, correct typographical errors and prevent duplication.

Prior to Council considering the amended policy for final adoption, your comment on the amended policy is sought.

A copy of the amended policy may be inspected below, and at the Council Offices, Civic Boulevard, Rockingham during the hours of 8.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

Written submissions on the amended policy should be directed to the Chief Executive Officer, and be received no later than 28 April 2018.

Please note that any written submission received in response to this invitation may be placed on the public record and be available for inspection.

Share your thoughts

Online via Rock Port
Online via via email
Mail to: Acting Chief Executive Officer, City of Rockingham, PO Box 2142, Rockingham DC 6967 

Title Type Size and Format
Proposed Amended Planning Policy 3.3.10 Document PDF 183 kb
Submission Response Form Form PDF 25 kb

Proposed Scheme Amendment No.167 to Town Planning Scheme No.2 - Rezoning Lot 156 (No.1241) Mandurah Road, Baldivis from 'Rural' to 'Special Residential'

The City has initiated this Scheme Amendment for the purpose of rezoning Lot 156 (No.1241) Mandurah Road, Baldivis from 'Rural' to 'Special Residential'.

Plans and documents setting out and explaining the Scheme Amendment are available below.

Submissions on the Scheme Amendment may be made in writing and lodged with the Chief Executive Officer on or before 30 April 2018.

Please note that any written submission received in response to this invitation will be placed on the public record and be available for inspection.

Share your thoughts

  • Online via Rock Port
  • Online via email
  • mail to: Chief Executive Officer, City of Rockingham PO Box 2142, Rockingham DC 6967
Title Type Size and format
Amendment No.167 Report Document PDF 10.7 MB
Submission Response Form Form PDF 15.3 kb

Proposed Amendment to Planning Policy No.3.1.2 - Local Commercial Strategy and Proposed Amendment to Parkland Heights Local Structure Plan - Lot 9009 Sixty Eight Road, Baldivis

Proposal 1: Proposed Amendment to Planning Policy No.3.1.2 - Local Commercial Strategy

At its ordinary meeting held on 26 September 2017, Council resolved to advertise amendments to Planning Policy No.3.1.2 - Local Commercial Strategy.

The purpose of the amendments is to provide a Neighbourhood Centre within the Parkland Heights estate, comprising up to 10,000m2 of retail floor area.

Proposal 2: Proposed Amendment to Parkland Heights Structure Plan - Lot 9009 Sixty Eight Road, Baldivis

Notice is hereby given that CLE Town Planning & Design has prepared a Structure Plan Amendment, which includes the following elements. To:

  • introduce 'Commercial' zone and 'Special Use' zone on the Structure Plan to provide for the development of a Neighbourhood Centre;
  • provide for medium density (R60) residential development within the centre, along with a mix of retail and commercial uses;
  • include provisions which require the preparation of a Local Development Plan in order to guide the development of the Neighbourhood Centre; and
  • provide updates to the Structure Plan documentation associated with the amendment.

Information relating to the proposals can be viewed below.

Submissions must be lodged with the Chief Executive Officer and be received on or before 4 May 2018.

Any written submission received in response to this invitation may be placed on the public record and be available for inspection.

Please note, the advertising of the proposals is for the purpose of seeking public comment and does not indicate any formal support by the City of Rockingham or the Western Australian Planning Commission.

Share your thoughts

  • Online via Rock Port
  • Online via email
  • mail to: Chief Executive Officer, City of Rockingham, PO Box 2142, Rockingham DC 6967
Title Type Size and format
Part 1 Implementation Report Document PDF 2.9 MB
Addendum Report Document PDF 5.1 MB
Addendum Report Technical Appendices Document PDF 10.3 MB
Local Water Management Strategy Addendum Document PDF 8.1 MB
Submission Response Form Form PDF 26 kb

Proposed Amendments to Planning Policy No.3.3.2 - Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

At its ordinary meeting held on 27 April 2018, Council resolved to advertise an amendment to Planning Policy No.3.3.2 - Bed and Breakfast Accommodation (PP3.3.2).

The purpose of the amendment is to reflect changes in legislation, terminology and operational criteria. Specifically, the 'scale of operations' has been amended to align with the Bed and Breakfast Accommodation definition in the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015. Also, B&Bs are proposed to be encouraged in close proximity to "high frequency bus routes" to promote public transport usage. Other updates reflect changes in current building and health requirements. Minor wording changes are proposed to simplify PP3.3.2 for ease of use, correct typographical errors and prevent duplication.

Prior to Council considering the amended policy for final adoption, your comment on the amended policy is sought.

A copy of the amended policy may be inspected below, and at the Council Offices, Civic Boulevard, Rockingham during the hours of 8.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

Written submissions on the amended policy should be directed to the Chief Executive Officer, and be received no later than 4 May 2018.

Please note that any written submission received in response to this invitation may be placed on the public record and be available for inspection.

Share your thoughts

  • Online via Rock Port
  • Online via via email
  • mail to: Chief Executive Officer, City of Rockingham, PO Box 2142, Rockingham DC 6967

Proposed Additions to Place of Public Worship (Carpark) - Lots 10 & 722 (No.38 & 44) Casserley Road and Lot 724 (No.8) Campbell Way, Rockingham

The City has received an application seeking approval for Additions to Place of Public Worship (Carpark) on the abovementioned land.

Details of the proposed additions are as follows:

  • Demolition of the dwellings on 44 Casserley Road and 8 Campbell Way to enable the expansion of the existing car park to the church;
  • The existing car park is proposed to be expanded from 68 bays to 111 bays (43 more bays);
  • No proposed changes in congregation size, numbers or activities;
  • New crossover/driveway access onto Casserley Road (no vehicle access to Campbell Way); and
  • A 2.5m high acoustic fence (timber pine lap or similar) is proposed to screen the carpark from adjoining land.

Plans and information about the proposal are available to be viewed below.

Prior to the City formally considering the matter, wee seek your comments in relation to the proposal. Should you wish to comment, please do so in writing to reach the Chief Executive Officer by no later than 11 May 2018.

Any written submission received in response to this invitation may be placed on the public record and be available for inspection.

Share your thoughts

  • Online via Rock Port
  • Online via email
  • mail to: Chief Executive Officer, City of Rockingham, PO Box 2142, Rockingham DC 6967
Title Type Size and format
Development Application Report Document PDF 2.4 MB
Development Application Plans Document PDF 4.6 MB
Acoustic Report Document PDF 83 kb
Acoustic Fence Plan Document PDF 359 kb
Submission Response Form Form PDF 25 kb

Submissions

Title Type Size and format
How to make a planning submission Document PDF 146 kb


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