LOCAL PLANNING STRATEGY
Local Planning Strategy
In August 2009, the Western Australia Planning Commission gave final approval to the Shire's Local Planning Strategy. The Strategy is a broad land use for the future of the entire local authority area. It will form the basis for decisions in the future about a range of land use matters.
The Local Planning Strategy is divided into three sections:
- Strategy Context – provides the planning, physical and socio-economic background.
- The Strategy – outlines the Shire’s direction with respect to residential, rural, commercial, industrial and other land uses.
- Strategy Precincts – distills the key strategy considerations for each ‘precinct’ in the Shire. The six precincts are: Coastal; Lake Clifton; Agricultural; Industrial; Town; and Scarp and Darling Range.
Enquiries in relation to the Strategy can be directed to Council’s Town Planning Department on 9733 7800 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Local Planning Strategy can be downloading on the following links:
Section 1 – Strategy Context - Click Here
Section 2 – The Strategy - Click Here
Section 3 Strategy Precincts - Click Here
Strategy Maps only - Click Here
Map of the Precinct boundaries - Click Here
Coastal Precinct - Click Here
Lake Clifton Precinct - Click Here
Agricultural Precinct - Click Here
Industrial Precinct - Click Here
Town Precinct - Click Here
Scarp & Darling Range Precinct - Click Here
Whole document (WARNING: WHOLE DOCUMENT IS 6MB) - Click Here