Development Application - 80 Stirling Highway - Captain Stirling Development


On 9 August 2019, the City received an application for the construction of a supermarket, specialty shops, food and beverage tenancies and kiosks, pharmacy, medical centre and a gym. The application included upgrading the Captain Stirling Hotel, car parking and landscaping and the demolition of five neighbouring houses.

The City received amended plans and support documentation in March 2020 which were advertised for public comment for 21 days concluding on 30 March 2020. Further amendments were received in May/June 2020. All submitted plans and support documentation are available for viewing in the document library.

The application was considered by the Metro Inner-North JDAP at its meeting on Monday 29 June 2020. The panel deferred the determination of the application for a period up to 90 days in accordance with section 5.10.1a of the DAP Standing Orders 2017, for the following reasons:

  • To provide greater certainty on the traffic, transport and access issues;
  • To provide further information on heritage issues
  • To address the integration of the project in the Nedlands Town Centre

On 21 July 2020, an Application for Review was lodged with the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) and the matter has been listed for mediation on 13 October 2020.


On 9 August 2019, the City received an application for the construction of a supermarket, specialty shops, food and beverage tenancies and kiosks, pharmacy, medical centre and a gym. The application included upgrading the Captain Stirling Hotel, car parking and landscaping and the demolition of five neighbouring houses.

The City received amended plans and support documentation in March 2020 which were advertised for public comment for 21 days concluding on 30 March 2020. Further amendments were received in May/June 2020. All submitted plans and support documentation are available for viewing in the document library.

The application was considered by the Metro Inner-North JDAP at its meeting on Monday 29 June 2020. The panel deferred the determination of the application for a period up to 90 days in accordance with section 5.10.1a of the DAP Standing Orders 2017, for the following reasons:

  • To provide greater certainty on the traffic, transport and access issues;
  • To provide further information on heritage issues
  • To address the integration of the project in the Nedlands Town Centre

On 21 July 2020, an Application for Review was lodged with the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) and the matter has been listed for mediation on 13 October 2020.

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  • Extension of time granted

    14 October, 2019
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    Extension of Time granted until the 28th November 2019 for the report to be provided to the Development Assessment Panel. The additional time has been granted to allow the submission of additional information and amended plans to address concerns from the City, Main Roads and Heritage Council.