Millars Landing (North) Structure Plan
We have received an application seeking approval of a Structure Plan for Millars Landing (North) over Lots 447, 459 and 709 Baldivis Road, Baldivis.
The proposed structure plan contains the following elements:
- Residential densities ranging from R25 to R40 and R60 to R80 and distributed across the structure plan area in the following manner:
- R25 (Average 350m2 lot size) density applied as the base coding across the structure plan area
- R30 (Average 300m2 lot size) density to be applied over lots that are:
- adjacent to POS and/or the Baldivis Tramway reserve;
- Front onto a Neighbourhood Connector Road; or
- Located at the end of street blocks.
- R40 (Average 220m2 lot size) density over lots where they meet the criteria for R30 density but are serviced via a rear laneway.
- R60 (Average 150m2 lot size) and R80 (Average 120m2 lot size) densities are proposed within an urban village precinct in the vicinity of the commercial centre and Baldivis Tramway reservation.
- The provision of 5.6ha of Public Open Space in addition to the 5.21ha associated with the Baldivis Tramway reserve.
- Road connections on the external network in the following locations:
- Telephone Lane to the north;
- Baldivis Road to the west;
- Pug Road to the south
- A Local Commercial Centre at the north-east corner of Pug Road and Baldivis Road providing 2,500m2 of retail floor space, comprising the following:
- 1,500m2 for a small supermarket
- 1,000m2 for retail speciality shops likely to range in 100m2 to 200m2 tenancies (i.e. newsagents, cafe, pharmacy or takeaway).
Plans and documents setting out and explaining the structure plan are available below.
Share your thoughts
We invite you to share your thoughts on the proposed structure plan:
Submissions close on Friday 22 January 2021 at 4.30pm.
Please note that any written submission received in response to this invitation may be placed on the public record and be available for inspection.
The structure plan is being advertised to seek public comment on the proposal and does not indicate any formal support of the proposal by the City of Rockingham or the Western Australian Planning Commission.