Perth and Peel urban land development outlook

The Perth and Peel urban land development outlook forms a major part of the UDP’s role in monitoring urban growth for the purpose of effectively coordinating land supply and infrastructure provision within the Perth and Peel metropolitan area.

Urban land development outlook 2016/17

The Urban land development outlook 2016/17 display the outlook for urban development in the Perth metropolitan and Peel region, drawing on input from State and local government and the private sector.

The Urban land development outlook (ULDO) identifies land in the Perth metropolitan and Peel region expected to be developed for residential, industrial and commercial purposes over the next 20 plus years. The ULDO provides information on the type of development likely to be undertaken, the anticipated dwelling yield and the timing of development on each of the identified sites.

Demand and supply profiles

The Perth and Peel development outlook – demand and supply profiles have been prepared as part of the Urban development program (UDP), following a comprehensive review of the former Metropolitan development program. This publication covers the Perth metropolitan area and the Peel sub-region.

The report and sub-regional profiles describe the drivers of demand for land and housing in Perth and Peel, discussing recent trends and their implications for future urban growth. They also describe the ‘land supply pipeline’, identifying and reporting on the key stages of the land supply process to provide a comprehensive assessment of land, lot and dwelling supply in the Perth and Peel metropolitan area.

Perth and Peel development outlook 2011/12

The Perth and Peel development outlook report provides a comprehensive description and analysis of the factors shaping supply and demand for land and dwellings in the Perth and Peel metropolitan area.

Sub-regional profiles

The sub-regional profiles focus on supply and demand matters unique to each sub-region, providing a more detailed view of the opportunities and challenges associated with development in different parts of the Perth and Peel metropolitan area.

 

Page last reviewed 24 November 2018
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