Current Consultations


Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015

Adoption of Local Planning Policy 12 – Domestic Outbuildings in Rural Lifestyle and Peri-Urban Areas

 

Council has resolved to adopt the above policy.  This policy will apply to domestic outbuildings in the Shire’s rural lifestyle and peri-urban zones. The purpose of the policy is to make reasonable provision for the development of domestic outbuildings in the Shire’s rural lifestyle and peri-urban zones whilst ensuring the amenity and environmental quality of these areas is not compromised.

 

Adoption of Local Planning Policy 13 – Waroona Town Centre Development Requirements

 

Council has resolved to adopt the above policy.  This policy will apply to development within the Waroona town centre. The purpose of the policy is to provide a set of development requirements for commercially zoned land to ensure that redevelopment or new development achieves a high standard and enhances visual quality along the town’s primary streets.

 

Mark Goodlet

Chief Executive Officer


Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015

Initiation to Local Planning Policy 14 – Workforce Accommodation

 

Council has resolved to initiate Local Planning Policy 14.  The Shire of Waroona (Shire) is concerned about the location, design and integration of workforce accommodation, based on community representations about the possible impacts on the sustainable future of our community.

A copy is available for inspection at the Shire of Waroona Administration Office, 52 Hesse Street, Waroona. 

Alternatively, the policy can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

Local Planning Policy 14 - Workforce Accommodation

 

You are invited to review the policy and make a written submission.  Submissions can be made via:

Submissions close 20 December 2022.  For any enquiries, please contact Craig Zanotti, Coordinator Regulatory & Development Services, on 9733 7824.

 

Mark Goodlet

Chief Executive Officer


Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015

Initiation Local Planning Policy 15 – Social Impact Assessment

 

Council has resolved to initiate Local Planning Policy 15.  The purpose of this Policy is to describe when a Social Impact Assessment (SIA) is required for a planning proposal, what it should address, and the ongoing management and implementation of a Social Impact Management Plan (SIMP). This Policy will assist applicants, the community and industry to identify and address the potential social impacts of specific developments and support the Shire making informed decisions on planning proposals.

A copy is available for inspection at the Shire of Waroona Administration Office, 52 Hesse Street, Waroona. 

Alternatively, the policy can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

Local Planning Policy 15 - Social Impact Assessment

 You are invited to review the policy and make a written submission.  Submissions can be made via:

Submissions close 20 December 2022.  For any enquiries, please contact Craig Zanotti, Coordinator Regulatory & Development Services, on 9733 7824.

 

Mark Goodlet

Chief Executive Officer


Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015

Adoption Local Planning Policy 5 – Sea/Shipping containers & transportable buildings

Adoption Local Planning Policy 6 – Variations to the Residential Design Codes Volume 1

Adoption Local Planning Policy 11 – Building envelopes

Council has resolved to adopt:

  • Local Planning Policy 5.   The purpose of this Policy is to provide guidance on the requirements for the development of transportable structures and buildings. This policy defines acceptable design standards for transportable buildings such as dongas and shipping/sea containers.
  • Local Planning Policy 6. The purpose of this Policy is to provide a localised deemed-to-comply criteria for residential development within the Shire of Waroona that is consistent with the desired built form outcomes and rural lifestyle.
  • Local Planning Policy 11. The purpose of this Policy is to assist developers and landowners to carefully select locations for building envelopes. Careful consideration in the location of building envelopes will assist with achieving sustainable development outcomes that are outlined in the Local Planning Strategy, Local Planning Scheme and Strategic Community Plan.

Copies of the policies are available for inspection at the Shire of Waroona Administration Office, 52 Hesse Street, Waroona.  Alternatively, the policies can be viewed online by clicking on the following link:

Development & Infrastructure Local Planning Policies.

 

For any enquiries, please contact Craig Zanotti, Coordinator Regulatory & Development Services, on 9733 7824.

 

Mark Goodlet

Chief Executive Officer



The Shire has received an application for planning approval for the following at Lot 3 Buller Road, Waroona:

  • Clear approximately four hectares of Banksia Woodland Threatened Ecological Community that forms part of a Regional Ecological Linkage;

  • Mine sand; and

  • Operate a landfill.

 

This application includes existing approved areas either side for the same use on approximately 22 hectares of land.  Information on the proposal can be found below.

LEVEL 1 FLORA SURVEY

Review of Vegetation Condition within Additional Clearing Area for CPS 8500/3

Appendix No. 4 - Facility Waste Management Plan

Appendix No. 6 - Landfill Facility Asbestos Management Procedure

Appendix No. 8 - Sections

Appendix No. 9 - Waste Sorting and Recycling Area

Appendix No. 10 - Sorting & Recycling Facility Asbestos Management Procedure

Appendix No. 11 - Groundwater Assessment

Appendix No. 12 - Fire Management Procedure

Application Documents

Black Cockatoo Habitat Review

Dieback Assessment

Fauna Review July 2022

Fauna Risk Assessment

Flora and Vegetation Survey

Letter to Shire re DA Amendment 22 July 2022

Rehabilitation & Decommissioning Plan

Site Management Plan

Vegetation condition assessment

You are welcome to make a written submission on the proposal and can do so via:

 

Email:                                  warshire@waroona.wa.gov.au

Post:                                     Po Box 20, Waroona WA 6215

Drop off in person:            52 Hesse Street, Waroona

 

Submissions must be made by 30 September 2022.

 

For any enquiries, please contact Craig Zanotti, Coordinator Regulatory & Development Services, on 9733 7824.


Initiation of Local Planning Policy 13 – Waroona Town Centre Development Requirements

Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015

Council has resolved to initiate the above policy. This policy will apply to development within the Waroona town centre. The purpose of the policy is to provide a set of development requirements for commercially zone land to ensure that redevelopment or new development achieves a high standard and enhances visual quality along the town's primary streets.

The policy can be found below.

Initiation of Local Planning Policy 13 – Waroona Town Centre Development Requirements

You are invited to review the policy and make a written submission.  Submissions can be made via:

 

A submission will need to be lodged by 18 October 2022.  For any enquiries, please contact Rhys Bloxsidge, Senior Infrastructure and Development Officer, on 9733 7800.

  

Mark Goodlet

Chief Executive Officer


Initiation of Local Planning Policy 12 – Domestic Outbuildings in Rural Lifestyle and Peri-urban Areas

Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015

 

Council has resolved to initiate the above policy.  This policy will apply to domestic outbuildings in the Shire’s rural lifestyle and peri-urban zones. The purpose of the policy is to make reasonable provision for the development of domestic outbuildings in the Shire’s rural lifestyle and peri-urban zones whilst ensuring the amenity and environmental quality of these areas is not compromised. The objectives of the policy are to:

  1. Ensure domestic outbuildings in rural lifestyle and peri-urban areas are not used for human habitation, commercial or industrial purposes.
  1. Permit domestic outbuildings in rural lifestyle and peri-urban areas that are appropriately sited and sized to ensure they do not visually detract from the amenity of the area, streetscape, neighbouring properties and other public vantage points.

 

  1. Ensure domestic outbuildings in rural lifestyle and peri-urban areas are sited in a manner that does not cause environmental harm and minimises the extent of any clearing of native vegetation that may be necessary.

 

The policy can be found below.

Initiation of Local Planning Policy 12 – Domestic Outbuildings in Rural Lifestyle and Peri-urban Areas

You are invited to review the policy and make a written submission.  Submissions can be made via:

A submission will need to be lodged by 18 October 2022.  For any enquiries, please contact Rhys Bloxsidge, Senior Infrastructure and Development Officer, on 9733 7800.

 

Mark Goodlet

Chief Executive Officer


JOINT DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT PANEL (JDAP)

The following application has been received by the JDAP and is required to be advertised.