Development Application - 95A Waratah Avenue - Mixed Use Development

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link


Do you live near or visit Waratah Avenue? If so, you may be interested in the proposal for a five storey, mixed use development at 95A Waratah Avenue, Dalkeith.
The application includes the following:

  • Ground floor restaurant/cafe, office and medical centre
  • 14 multiple dwellings across the first to fourth floor
  • Basement car parking

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 13 December 2019.
Please note, late submissions will not be accepted. Should you have any further queries, please contact the City on 9273 3500.

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

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 near or visit Waratah Avenue? If so, you may be interested in the proposal for a five storey, mixed use development at 95A Waratah Avenue, Dalkeith.
The application includes the following:

  • Ground floor restaurant/cafe, office and medical centre
  • 14 multiple dwellings across the first to fourth floor
  • Basement car parking

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 13 December 2019.
Please note, late submissions will not be accepted. Should you have any further queries, please contact the City on 9273 3500.

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

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

  • Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    Please advise the total height of this development. it appears higher than the existing apartments. If this is so we will be objecting as it will ruin the Dalkeith Village Amenity. How does it comply with the element objectives of the Design Code Volume 2 ? What are the setbacks? particularly where it impacts existing residents? How does it impact other residents? Please put on site an artists impression of how Waratah Avenue will look when building is completed Please put on site an artists impression of any how the area's affected by overlooking issues will look particularly those with balconies. We were here first and any new developments must be. 1. Good design Context and character 2. built form and Scale 3. Depth and Orientation. where is the air-conditioning? Street parking is already congested so no more should be allowed. Already existing apartment owners park in the shopping centre and it is impossible to obtain a carpark at certain times which used to be available always. Now with time limit, it is difficult to go to the hairdressers which can take over 3 hrs. Our amenity is being ruined by inapropriate infill. Is there a reason why plans are put up without all this information clearly stated? It only causes stress and angst to residents and more work for the Planning department who need to prioritise the Local Precint plans as urgent!

    ? not sure what this is asked 6 months ago

    A full assessment under the Residential Design Codes Volume Two (R-Codes) and the Local Planning Scheme No. 3 (LPS3) is yet to be completed. The assessment will be presented in a Council report which is currently scheduled for the February 2020 Council meeting.

    The development proposal is just under 19 metres in height, which is two metres under the default height of six storeys/21metres in Table 2.1 of the R-Codes applicable to the RAC3 density code prescribed in LPS3.

    Regarding your requests for a 3D model of Waratah Avenue, there is currently no statutory provision requiring the applicant to submit that level of detail.

    Regarding air conditioners, they are show on the roof beside the lift overrun. An image follows.

    In terms of your questions in relation to the objectives and provisions of the planning framework, this application has not yet been fully assessed as the City ensures that it takes into account the submissions received from the consultation period.


  • Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    What happened to the requirement for the service laneway at the rear?

    Max Hipkins asked 6 months ago

    TPS 2 included provisions identifying a location where it was requiring developers to cede a portion of their lots for the purposes of a laneway where they fronted Waratah Avenue. LPS3 removed these provisions. Administration is preparing a local planning policy that uses the TPS2 location provisions and utilises Clause 32.3 regarding ceding provisions for laneways. Should the policy be approved for advertising by Council, Administration is likely to have regard to it when making its recommendation on this development.