An amendment to the GBRS changes the zoning or reservation of land to allow for a different land use.
Below are active and recently finalised GBRS Amendments. Copies of archived GBRS amendments are available on request.
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How long does an GBRS amendment take?
In general, a major GBRS amendment usually takes 24 months to complete, depending on the environmental assessment process, the number of submissions and requests for hearings. The Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) will consider all submissions before making a recommendation to the Minister for Planning.
There are currently no GBRS amendments for public comment.
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