Cockburn Coast District Structure Plan

The Cockburn coast district structure plan has been prepared to guide future land use and transport initiatives within the area stretching between South Beach in South Fremantle and the Port Coogee marina.

The plan has been developed over several years in conjunction with local government and state government agencies, with a focus on community and landowner consultation.

Key considerations in the development of the plan include:

  • State Government policy, particularly support for infill development as the metropolitan population increases
  • appropriate interface with the surrounding areas of South Beach and Port Coogee
  • regional public transport and road network connections, with significant consideration given to connections with Fremantle
  • regional infrastructure requirements
  • likely demographic projections and requirements
  • improving access to the beach and Beeliar regional park
  • existing industrial operations and transitioning arrangements for these uses over time
  • providing an appropriate framework to encourage the regeneration of the South Fremantle power station.
Page last reviewed 15 January 2019
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