Development Application - 6 Alexander Road - Four Multiple Dwellings

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Do you live on Alexander Road, Dalkeith? If so, you may be interested in the proposal to construct four multiple dwellings and a basement car parking area on a parcel of land at 6 Alexander Road, Dalkeith.

The City is providing a number of opportunities for you to find out more and to provide a submission, as follows.

Submissions closed 5pm on Friday 22 November 2019.


How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

  • Download the information and plans from the document library
  • Attend a Community Information Session at the City's Council Chambers (71 Stirling Highway, accessed from Smyth Road) on Monday 11 November 2019 from 5:30pm - 6:30pm (please see below for further information).
    Please RSVP here by 8 November 2019 to ensure that the session is adequately resourced.
  • Complete a submission.
    If you make a submission you will be invited to attend the meeting(s) that Council considers and determines the application.

Don't forget to visit this page and read the Newsfeeds to stay updated on the progress of this project.

The Community Information Session organised for this proposal is a two-way communication between the City and its residents to provide an opportunity for both parties to receive accurate, timely information. To gain a further understanding of the requirements for both parties at these sessions, please read the expected behaviours document in the document library.

The Chief Executive Officer, under the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (1984) and the Code of Practice has a responsibility to protect workers and other people in the workplace from situations that may cause injury or harm.

City staff managing this community information session are also empowered under the Act to take measures to ensure the information session is not exposed to behaviour which impacts on the safety of all those in attendance. These staff also have the power to close the session, or request people to leave if a situation of an unsafe environment is identified.


Do you live on Alexander Road, Dalkeith? If so, you may be interested in the proposal to construct four multiple dwellings and a basement car parking area on a parcel of land at 6 Alexander Road, Dalkeith.

The City is providing a number of opportunities for you to find out more and to provide a submission, as follows.

Submissions closed 5pm on Friday 22 November 2019.


How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

  • Download the information and plans from the document library
  • Attend a Community Information Session at the City's Council Chambers (71 Stirling Highway, accessed from Smyth Road) on Monday 11 November 2019 from 5:30pm - 6:30pm (please see below for further information).
    Please RSVP here by 8 November 2019 to ensure that the session is adequately resourced.
  • Complete a submission.
    If you make a submission you will be invited to attend the meeting(s) that Council considers and determines the application.

Don't forget to visit this page and read the Newsfeeds to stay updated on the progress of this project.

The Community Information Session organised for this proposal is a two-way communication between the City and its residents to provide an opportunity for both parties to receive accurate, timely information. To gain a further understanding of the requirements for both parties at these sessions, please read the expected behaviours document in the document library.

The Chief Executive Officer, under the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (1984) and the Code of Practice has a responsibility to protect workers and other people in the workplace from situations that may cause injury or harm.

City staff managing this community information session are also empowered under the Act to take measures to ensure the information session is not exposed to behaviour which impacts on the safety of all those in attendance. These staff also have the power to close the session, or request people to leave if a situation of an unsafe environment is identified.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded. Should you have any further queries, please email council@nedlands.wa.gov.au

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    I am sorry that submissions closed at 5pm which I was unaware of. My question is: can the City of Nedlands fail to take into account the amenity and diminished land value of neighbouring residences in approving this dwelling? Surely there are ethical matters to be considered. Many thanks, Jenny Suleski

    Jenny asked 6 months ago

    Western Australia’s planning framework sets out all the matters that can be considered when determining an application in clause 67 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015. Property value is not identified as a consideration.

    Please note the application is to be determined by Council. Administration will report on the application based on the planning framework. You may wish to lobby your Councillors with your concerns.

    I trust this answers your query, however, should you wish to discuss any aspect of the application, please don’t hesitate to contact me on 9273 3500.

    Kind regards

    Joshua Scrutton
    Acting Principal Planner