Local Planning Strategy

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How will the City of Nedlands look in the future? The new Local Planning Strategy will shape our City for the next 10-15 years.

A Local Planning Strategy is the document that helps the City plan for land use and the future urban development of our area. This builds upon the Vision from the City’s Strategic Community Plan (Nedlands 2023).

The City produced a Local Planning Strategy and this has now been endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission.

The Local Planning Strategy establishes key principles that will be used in considering land use and development in response to changes in population, housing, employment, transport, community facilities and infrastructure.

The development of the Local Planning Strategy is the first stage in a broader process to review the City’s current Town Planning Scheme No. 2. The Strategy provides the intentions that the City will pursue when developing a new Local Planning Scheme No. 3 and subsequent Local Planning Policies and Local Development Plans.

If you have any questions about the Local Planning Strategy please contact the Planning Team via email council@nedlands.wa.gov.au or by calling (08) 9273 3500


How will the City of Nedlands look in the future? The new Local Planning Strategy will shape our City for the next 10-15 years.

A Local Planning Strategy is the document that helps the City plan for land use and the future urban development of our area. This builds upon the Vision from the City’s Strategic Community Plan (Nedlands 2023).

The City produced a Local Planning Strategy and this has now been endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission.

The Local Planning Strategy establishes key principles that will be used in considering land use and development in response to changes in population, housing, employment, transport, community facilities and infrastructure.

The development of the Local Planning Strategy is the first stage in a broader process to review the City’s current Town Planning Scheme No. 2. The Strategy provides the intentions that the City will pursue when developing a new Local Planning Scheme No. 3 and subsequent Local Planning Policies and Local Development Plans.

If you have any questions about the Local Planning Strategy please contact the Planning Team via email council@nedlands.wa.gov.au or by calling (08) 9273 3500

Consultation has concluded
  • Local Planning Strategy Endorsed!

    about 1 month ago
    Reports

    The Local Planning Strategy has now been endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission. The final version of the Local Planning Strategy is available in the Document Library now and is also available for public inspection at the City’s Administration building. We would like to thank everyone for their participation and interest in the development of this document.


    The Local Planning Strategy has now been endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission. The final version of the Local Planning Strategy is available in the Document Library now and is also available for public inspection at the City’s Administration building. We would like to thank everyone for their participation and interest in the development of this document.


  • New Local Planning Scheme No. 3 has progressed

    11 months ago
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    Council at its Special Council Meeting of 13 December 2016 considered draft Local Planning Scheme No. 3. At this meeting, the Council resolved to adopt the draft Local Planning Scheme No. 3 with a number of modifications.

    The agenda, attachment and minutes can be viewed on the minutes and agendas page on the City's website.

    The agenda contains the officers report. The attachment is the Scheme document itself and the minutes explain the modifications made by Council. Please note that the Scheme document must be read with the modifications.

    The draft Scheme and modifications will now be submitted to the... Continue reading

    Council at its Special Council Meeting of 13 December 2016 considered draft Local Planning Scheme No. 3. At this meeting, the Council resolved to adopt the draft Local Planning Scheme No. 3 with a number of modifications.

    The agenda, attachment and minutes can be viewed on the minutes and agendas page on the City's website.

    The agenda contains the officers report. The attachment is the Scheme document itself and the minutes explain the modifications made by Council. Please note that the Scheme document must be read with the modifications.

    The draft Scheme and modifications will now be submitted to the Western Australian Planning Commission for approval to advertise the document to the community.


  • New Local Planning Scheme No. 3 is now progressing

    12 months ago
    News

    Following the completion of the Local Planning Strategy and its submission to the Western Australian Planning Commission, the City has now commenced the preparation of the new Local Planning Scheme No.3.

    The Council have been attending a series of workshops to finalise the details of the new Local Planning Scheme 3.

    The scheme provides details as to how the Council will implement the Local Planning Strategy.

    The Scheme includes detailed information about how the Council will accommodate the State mandated additional 4,400 residential dwellings within Nedlands which is to be accommodated along Stirling Highway, Hampden Road and Broadway as well... Continue reading

    Following the completion of the Local Planning Strategy and its submission to the Western Australian Planning Commission, the City has now commenced the preparation of the new Local Planning Scheme No.3.

    The Council have been attending a series of workshops to finalise the details of the new Local Planning Scheme 3.

    The scheme provides details as to how the Council will implement the Local Planning Strategy.

    The Scheme includes detailed information about how the Council will accommodate the State mandated additional 4,400 residential dwellings within Nedlands which is to be accommodated along Stirling Highway, Hampden Road and Broadway as well as in the redevelopment of the old Shenton Park Hospital site, while preserving the unique spacious and leafy character of the City.

    Once Council has formally considered and refined the draft Scheme, it will submit it to the Western Australian Planning Commission for approval to advertise and to seek public comment in 2017.


  • Local Planning Strategy - Approved by Council

    about 1 year ago
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    The Council at a Special Meeting on 16 August 2016, adopted the Local Planning Strategy for forwarding to the Western Australian Planning Commission for endorsement. Further information will be provided as the approval process proceeds.

    The Council at a Special Meeting on 16 August 2016, adopted the Local Planning Strategy for forwarding to the Western Australian Planning Commission for endorsement. Further information will be provided as the approval process proceeds.

  • Local Planning Strategy - Report to Council

    over 1 year ago
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    All submissions and responses to the Local Planning Strategy have now been reviewed and considered. As a result modifications to the document have been recommended to Council.

    The recommendations have been referred to the Committee meeting of Council for its deliberation on Tuesday 9 August 2016. This item will then be tabled at a Special Council meeting onTuesday 16 August 2016 for final determination.

    Should you wish to address the Committee or Council, you are invited to address both meetings regarding the Local Planning Strategy during the “Addresses by Members of the Public” item of the agenda. An information... Continue reading

    All submissions and responses to the Local Planning Strategy have now been reviewed and considered. As a result modifications to the document have been recommended to Council.

    The recommendations have been referred to the Committee meeting of Council for its deliberation on Tuesday 9 August 2016. This item will then be tabled at a Special Council meeting onTuesday 16 August 2016 for final determination.

    Should you wish to address the Committee or Council, you are invited to address both meetings regarding the Local Planning Strategy during the “Addresses by Members of the Public” item of the agenda. An information sheet and the form to complete can be found at http://www.nedlands.wa.gov.au/attending-council-meetings.

    A copy of the agenda and report can be accessed on the City’s website at http://www.nedlands.wa.gov.au/minutes-agendas. A copy can also be viewed at both the Mt Claremont and Nedlands Libraries and the City’s Administration building. It is suggested that you view a copy of Administration’s report prior to attending these meetings.

  • Engagement Closed - Thank you for your contributions

    over 1 year ago
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    The community engagement period has now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated.

    The City has been overwhelmed with the number and quality of the responses for the Local Planning Strategy engagement which has closed following an extensive six week period.

    The new on-line engagement hub, Your Voice Nedlands received over 1,400 visits and Council received 100 general enquiries, with 213 residents attending the four Open Days, and some 420 surveys and submissions being completed.

    The City thanks everyone for their contributions and during the coming weeks, officers will be assessing all responses and presenting a report to... Continue reading

    The community engagement period has now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated.

    The City has been overwhelmed with the number and quality of the responses for the Local Planning Strategy engagement which has closed following an extensive six week period.

    The new on-line engagement hub, Your Voice Nedlands received over 1,400 visits and Council received 100 general enquiries, with 213 residents attending the four Open Days, and some 420 surveys and submissions being completed.

    The City thanks everyone for their contributions and during the coming weeks, officers will be assessing all responses and presenting a report to the July 2016 Council meeting.

  • Last chance to provide your feedback

    over 1 year ago
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    Have you commented on the draft Local Planning Strategy? Time is running out as the project closes for engagement shortly. Please send us your comments or complete the surveys.

    Thank you to everyone who have contributed so far and to those who attended our Open Days.

    Have you commented on the draft Local Planning Strategy? Time is running out as the project closes for engagement shortly. Please send us your comments or complete the surveys.

    Thank you to everyone who have contributed so far and to those who attended our Open Days.

  • Open Day 3 - Dalkeith Hall, 28 April 2016

    over 1 year ago
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    Thank you to everyone who has attended one of our Open Days or submitted a survey, question or comment. If you haven't made it to an Open Day yet and would like to, check out our key dates for the next two events.

    The posters displayed at the Open Days are available now in the Document Library if you would like to view them again.


    Thank you to everyone who has attended one of our Open Days or submitted a survey, question or comment. If you haven't made it to an Open Day yet and would like to, check out our key dates for the next two events.

    The posters displayed at the Open Days are available now in the Document Library if you would like to view them again.


  • Open Days 1 and 2

    over 1 year ago
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    The City's first Open Day was successfully held on Wednesday, 6 April at Drabble House, Nedlands. Some 60 people attended the Open Day and discussed the planning strategy with the Council's Planners.

    Couldn't make this Open Day? A second Open Day is planned for Saturday 9 April between 9am and 1pm at Mt Claremont Community Centre.

    For more information on when the Open Days are being held, check out our key dates on the front page.


    The City's first Open Day was successfully held on Wednesday, 6 April at Drabble House, Nedlands. Some 60 people attended the Open Day and discussed the planning strategy with the Council's Planners.

    Couldn't make this Open Day? A second Open Day is planned for Saturday 9 April between 9am and 1pm at Mt Claremont Community Centre.

    For more information on when the Open Days are being held, check out our key dates on the front page.


  • Community engagement commences - Have your voice heard!

    by Aron H, over 1 year ago
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    The City of Nedlands community received an flyer in relation to the engagement and an invitation to our Open Days. The City has also published an explanatory brochure in relation to the Local Planning Strategy (see document library).

    If you have any questions, please complete the "ask us a question" tool on the front page. If you would like a copy of the explanatory brochure, please request one by emailing planning@nedlands.wa.gov.au.

    The City of Nedlands community received an flyer in relation to the engagement and an invitation to our Open Days. The City has also published an explanatory brochure in relation to the Local Planning Strategy (see document library).

    If you have any questions, please complete the "ask us a question" tool on the front page. If you would like a copy of the explanatory brochure, please request one by emailing planning@nedlands.wa.gov.au.