Planning control areas

The purpose of declaring planning control areas is to protect land that has a specific purpose.

The Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) can declare that a planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice its purpose or its potential reservation in the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS) or Peel Region Scheme (PRS).  As a result, all development applications are determined by the WAPC.

Declaration of Planning Control Areas (PCAs), under Section 112 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, is a standard statutory planning process commonly used to protect strategic land from inappropriate development and can include acquisition by the WAPC where required.  A PCA remains in place for up to five years, to allow an MRS/PRS amendment to be put in place.  

Peel Region Scheme PCAs

PCA 3 - Lot 412 Big Lake View, Barragup - Shire of Murray - Aug 2017

Declaration of Planning Control Area

The Minister for Planning; Lands has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area over land at Lot 412 (17) Big Lake View, Barragup in the Shire of Murray.  This is shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 4.1642.

Declaration of Planning Control Area No. 3 over this land will protect the environmental values of the land, provide access to land-locked regional open space on the eastern side of Black Lake and mitigate the fire access risk.  The WAPC considers that the Planning Control Area is required to ensure no development occurs on the land that might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Regional Open Space in the Peel Region Scheme.

The planning control area remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval from the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Peel Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage, Unit 2B, 11-13 Pinjarra Road, Mandurah
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • Municipal office of the Shire of Murray, 1915 Pinjarra Road, Pinjarra WA
Metropolitan Region Scheme PCAs

PCA 129 - Lot 77 Yangedi Road, Keysbrook - Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale - May 2018

Overview

Planning Control Area (PCA) 129 was declared on 29 May 2018 over land at lot 77 Yangedi Road, Keysbrook in the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale.

The PCA will protect the environmental values of this land. The WAPC considers that the PCA is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Parks and Recreation in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

What is a planning control area?

A PCA is a temporary measure to protect land required for a public purpose from development while an amendment to a region scheme is progressed.

Development cannot be carried out within the PCA area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 with a further fine of $25,000 for each additional day the offence continues.

A PCA remains in effect for a period of five years from the date it is published in the Government Gazette or until it is revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister.

Where can I view PCA 129?

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale.

If you have a question

Contact 6551 8002 and ask for the officer in charge of Planning Control Area 129.

PCA 127 - Scarborough Beach Road - Main Street to King Edward Road - Nov 2017

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land at Scarborough Beach Road (King Edward Road to Main Street) as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans numbered 1.7544, 1.7545, 1.7546 and 1.7547.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to allow the future reservation of the land as an Other Regional Road.  The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required over the whole of the land to ensure that no development occurs which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved as an Other Regional Road in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Stirling
  • City of Vincent
PCA 126 - Dampier Drive Extension, Karnup - City of Rockingham - Feb 2018

Overview

Planning Control Area (PCA) 126 was declared on 13 February 2018 over land around the intersection of Dampier Drive and Mandurah Road, Karnup – west of Sawley Close to Nairn Road to the east, Paganoni Road to the south and north of Dampier Drive.

The PCA will protect this land from development to enable an amendment to the Metropolitan Region Scheme to be progressed.

This land has been identified for the potential future extension of Dampier Drive including a grade separated interchange (fly-over) over Mandurah Road. The proposed extension aims to improve traffic flow and increase connectivity between future communities in the Karnup area. There is no timeframe or budget for the proposed extension.

What does this mean for landowners within PCA 126?

Landowners can continue to use and enjoy their house and land as usual. The WA Planning Commission becomes the decision-making authority for any development (for example, renovations, sheds and patios) or subdivision applications relating to land within the PCA. The usual process will continue with the City of Rockingham forwarding any development applications to the WAPC for consideration.

The same compensation and alternative purchase rules apply as a region scheme. Land owners within the PCA may be entitled to make a claim for compensation and/or the land may be purchased by the WAPC – see the above download Your property and the planning system – region schemes for more information.

What is a planning control area?

PCA is a temporary measure to protect land required for a public purpose from development while an amendment to a region scheme is progressed.

Development cannot be carried out within the PCA area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 with a further fine of $25,000 for each additional day the offence continues.

A PCA remains in effect for a period of five years from the date it is published in the Government Gazette or until it is revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister.

Where can I view PCA 126?

These documents can also be viewed at the following locations:

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Rockingham, 12 Civic Boulevard, Rockingham.

If you have a question?

Contact 6551 8002 and ask for the officer in charge of Planning Control Area 126.

Status

13 February 2018: Planning Control Area 126 declared 

PCA 125 - Charles Street (between Carr Street and Green Street) - City of Vincent - Oct 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land at Charles Street between Carr Street and Green Street in the City of Vincent as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbers 1.7444 and 1.7445.

Purpose

Charles Street is the subject of Planning Control Area No. 100, it is due to expire on 10 February 2017. The declaration of Planning Control Area No. 125 will renew the existing control measures over this area for a further five year period. The extension of the existing PCA is required to allow the completion of the final design of Charles Street. The Commission considers that the Planning Control Area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Primary Regional Roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Vincent
PCA 124 - Kenwick Rail Freight Facility - City of Gosnells - Aug 2016

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over the land identified for the Kenwick Rail Freight Facility, as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbered 3.2689.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to protect land that may be required for the future Kenwick Rail Freight Facility.

The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for railway purposes in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Gosnells
PCA 123 - Scarborough Beach Road between Odin Road and Hinderwell Street - City of Stirling - Jul 2016

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over the proposed Scarborough Beach Road Reservation between Odin Road and Hinderwell Street (WAPC) plan numbers 1.7419/1, 1.7420/1, 1.7421/1 and 1.7422/1.

Purpose

PCA 123 is required for Scarborough Beach Road between Odin Road and Hinderwell Street in Stirling to protect additional land required for future transport improvements identified in the Scarborough Beach Road Activity Corridor Framework Study (2013).

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • Main Roads WA, Library, Don Aitken Building, Waterloo Crescent, East Perth
  • City of Stirling, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling
PCA 122 - Armadale Road Deviation (Cockburn Central) - Nov 2017

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to amend Planning Control Area 122. The planning control area has previously been declared to protect the future primary regional road reservation for the Armadale Road bridge/North Lake Road re-alignment.  The planning control area is now amended to include all lots severed to the south by the deviation route, as well as adjustments to account for the final alignment of the Armadale Road deviation and new North Lake Bridge / Freeway interchange, as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission plan number 1.7415/2.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to protect the future primary regional road reservation for the Armadale Road bridge/North Lake Road re-alignment. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required over the whole of the land to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for future primary regional road reservation in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The amended Planning Control Area has effect from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette (9 March 2018) to 8 March 2021, or until revoked by the WAPC with the approval of the Minister.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Cockburn, 9 Coleville Crescent, Spearwood
PCA 121 - Lloyd Street Southern Extension Great Eastern Hwy to Great Eastern Hwy Bypass - City of Swan - Mar 2016

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land between Great Eastern Hwy and Great Eastern Hwy Bypass - Lloyd Street Southern Extension as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbers 1.7416 and 1.7417.

Purpose

The purpose of the PCA is to protect the Lloyd Street southern extension alignment, which is intended to be a future Other Regional Road (ORR). The extension is considered vital to the appropriate development of the Midland Town Centre and to provide southern access to the new Midland Health Campus and Midland Redevelopment Authority area.  The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required over the whole alignment to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Other Regional Roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Swan, 2 Midland Square, Midland
PCA 120 - Roe Highway Stage 8 Extension between Stock Road and Karel Avenue - Cities of Cockburn and Melville - Nov 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over the land identified for the proposed Roe Highway Stage 8 Extension between Stock Road and Karel Avenue as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans numbered 1.7405, 1.7406 and 1.7407.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to protect land that may be required for the future Roe Highway Stage 8 extension between Stock Road and Karel Avenue.

The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for regional roads purposes in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

 

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

 

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

 

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Cockburn
  • City of Melville
PCA 119 - Midland Freight Rail Realignment - City of Swan - Oct 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over the land identified for the proposed Midland Freight Rail Realignment as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans numbered 1.7402, 1.7403 and 1.7404.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to protect land that may be required for the future realignment of the Midland freight railway.

The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for railways in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Swan, 2 Midland Square Midland
PCA 118 - South Bullsbrook Intermodal Terminal - City of Swan - Oct 2015 - May 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area over land identified for the South Bullsbrook Intermodal Terminal as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 1.7379.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to allow the possible future reservation of the lands for Public Purposes (Special Uses).

The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Public Purposes (Special Uses) in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette  or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC.  The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Swan, 2 Midland Square, Midland
PCA 117 - Canning Highway between Riseley Street & Henley Street - Cities of Melville & South Perth - Jun 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over the land identified for the proposed Canning Highway planning design concept between Riseley Street and Henley Street as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbers 1.7369, 1.7370, 1.371, 1.7372 and 1.7373.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to protect the land required for future road upgrading of Canning Highway to ensure that Canning Highway would operate effectively in the long term and continue to provide the regional road functionality that is needed to support the overall development and viability of the centres that it connects such as Fremantle, Perth and Canning Bridge.

The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for regional roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Melville
  • City of South Perth
PCA 116 - Airport West Station - City of Belmont - Aug 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land potentially affected by works associated with the proposed Airport West train station, as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 3.2630.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to protect land that may potentially be affected by the proposed Airport West train station and associated infrastructure for Public Purposes of the State. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose or its potential reservation for Public Purposes in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

 

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • State Reference Library, Northbridge
  • City of Belmont
PCA 115 - Forrestfield Station - Shire of Kalamunda - Aug 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land potentially affected by works associated with the proposed Forrestfield train station, as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 1.7361.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to protect land that may potentially be affected by the proposed Forrestfield train station and associated infrastructure for Public Purposes of the State. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose or its potential reservation for Public Purposes in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • State Reference Library, Northbridge
  • Shire of Kalamunda
PCA 114 - Lot 515 Sabrina Road, Baldivis - Jan 2015

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land at Lot 515 Sabrina Road, Baldivis as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 3.2633.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to protect the proposed Future Primary Regional Roads reservation of Lot 515 Sabrina Road, Baldivis to accommodate planning for the regional freight network which requires an upgrading of the Kwinana Freeway/Mundijong Road interchange. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Primary Regional Roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • State Reference Library, Northbridge
  • City of Rockingham
PCA 113 - Curtin Avenue between Tydeman Road and Walter Place, North Fremantle - Jul 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area over land identified for the Curtin Avenue extension between Tydeman Road and Walter Place, North Fremantle as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 1.7378.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to allow the possible future reservation of the lands for regional roads purposes.

The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Public Purposes (Special Uses) in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC.  The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Fremantle, 8 William Street, Fremantle
PCA 112 - Rowley Road - (Kwinana Freeway and the Coast) - Cities of Kwinana & Cockburn - Jun 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over the proposed Rowley Road alignment between Kwinana Freeway and the Coast, as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbers 1.7365, 1.7366 and 1.7367.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is for the protection of the proposed road and rail freight transport access corridor of Rowley Road, between Kwinana Freeway and the coast. The WAPC considers that the Planning Control Area is required to ensure that no further development occurs on this property which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme. 

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Kwinana, cnr Gilmore Avenue and Sulphur Road, Kwinana
  • City of Cockburn, 9 Coleville Crescent, Spearwood
PCA 111 - Anketell Road (Kwinana Freeway & Rockingham Road) - City of Kwinana - Jun 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over Anketell Road, Kwinana (section between Kwinana Freeway and Rockingham Road) as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbers 1.7362, 1.7363 and 1.7364.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is for the continue protection of the proposed road freight transport access corridor along Anketell Road between the Kwinana Freeway and Rockingham Road.

The Western Australian Planning Commission considers that the planning control area is required over the whole of the property to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Kwinana, cnr Gilmore Avenue and Sulphur Road, Kwinana
PCA 110 - Hutton Street between Mitchell Freeway and Howe Street - City of Stirling - Oct 2015

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over the land land identified for the future upgrading of Hutton Street between Mitchell Freeway and Howe Street as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission plans numbered 1.7374 and 1.7375.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to allow for a possible wider regional road reservation to upgrade Hutton Street in response to expected increase of road traffic demand within the Osborne Park /Herdsman /Glendalough area and to facilitate regional road functionality that is needed to support the overall development and viability of the Stirling Strategic Regional Centre in the future.

The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for regional roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Stirling, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling
PCA 109 - Ascot Park Home (Leasehold) Facility (Declaration) - City of Belmont - Feb 2014

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area over Lots 600, 601, 602 and 1 Coolgardie Avenue, Ascot as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 3.2592.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to allow the possible future reservation of the lands for Public Purposes (Special Uses).

The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Public Purposes (Special Uses) in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Belmont, 215 Wright Street, Cloverdale
PCA 107 - Public Purposes - Special Uses (Disability Justice Centres), Caversham and Kiara - Jun 2013

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area over Lot 11943 Lord Street, Caversham, Lot 4 and portion of Lot 88 Altone Road, Kiara, as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission plan number 1.7303.

Purpose
The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to allow the possible future reservation of the lands for Public Purposes-Special Uses. The land has been identified for the location of residential disability justice centres.

The Commission considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Public Purposes-Special Uses in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects
The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the Commission with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the Commission. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the Commission in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, Gordon Stephenson House, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Swan
PCA 106 - Lot 38 Hopkinson Road, Cardup - Apr 2013

General description
The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over portions of Lot 38 Hopkinson Road, Cardup as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbered 3.2555.

Purpose
The purpose of the planning control area is to allow the future reservation of the land as a Primary Regional Road. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required over portions of the property to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved as Primary Regional Roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects
The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  •  Western Australian Planning Commission, Gordon Stephenson House, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale
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