Regional land supply assessments

Prepared as part of the Urban development program, and encompassing the former Country land development program, Regional land supply assessments (formerly the Regional HotSpots) report on major regional centres across the State on an as required basis.

The Urban development program (UDP) coordinates and promotes the development of serviced land in a sustainable manner for the guidance of state infrastructure agencies, public utilities, local governments and the private sector. It tracks demand, land supply, development and infrastructure in Western Australia’s major urban centres to deliver a more effective use of land, better staging of development and prioritisation of infrastructure investment to support urban growth.

The department prepares the UDP for the Western Australian Planning Commission to support inter-agency decision-making about urban development and the provision of services to the community.

Regional Land Supply Assessments

2020 reports2019 reports2018 reports
Wheatbelt - Chittering
2017 reports
Great Southern - DenmarkMid West - Geraldton
2016 reports
South West – BusseltonSouth West – Augusta-Margaret River

Last updated November 2016

Regional HotSpots

2015 reports
Great Southern – AlbanyPilbara – Newman and Tom PriceSouth West – Greater Bunbury
2010 and 2011 reports
Pilbara – OnslowPilbara – Port HedlandPilbara – Karratha
2008 reports
Gascoyne – ExmouthGoldfields-Esperance – Kalgoorlie-BoulderKimberley – BroomeKimberley – DerbyKimberley – Fitzroy CrossingKimberley – Halls CreekKimberley – KununurraPilbara – Newman
Page last reviewed 20 August 2020
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