Draft Industrial Development Strategy

Consultation has concluded

Industrial Strategy Map

UPDATE
DECEMBER 2018: The Industrial Development Strategy was adopted by Council 3 December 2018.
View City Website for full details on the Industrial Development Strategy

Comments closed 5pm on Friday, 30 September 2018

The provision of land for Industrial Development in the City of Kalamunda provides economic value to the community. Accessible, well designed industrial developments ensure on-going economic growth and sustainability for the City of Kalamunda and the greater Perth metropolitan area.

The vision of the Draft Industrial Development Strategy is to enhance and expand upon our industrial precincts to accommodate future growth and diversity in industrial land uses and develop modern, efficient and attractive industrial estates that provide for the local and regional community. It will ensure that future industrial development is delivered to optimise community benefit by providing direction to guide the future provision and management of industrial estates.

The Strategy will take into consideration current and future population projections, housing and demographics when assessing the Industrial development needs of the community to ensure economic stability. The Strategy will assess all proposed and existing industrial sites within the City and will attract interest from the wider community.

HAVE YOUR SAY
The City of Kalamunda is calling for comment on a Draft Industrial Development Strategy to meet the needs of community and local economy into the future.
Online: via online survey
Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au
Alternatively, download a copy of the draft Industrial Development Strategy or copies are available from the City’s Administration Centre (2 Railway Road, Kalamunda).

To allow for extended consultation, the Community Workshop, originally proposed for Thursday the 23 August has been rescheduled to Monday 1 October from 6pm at Lesmurdie Hall (96 Gladys Road, Lesmurdie). Register your interest to attend the new Draft Industrial Development Strategy Community Workshop, please RSVP at enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au

Comments closed 5pm on Friday, 30 September 2018


UPDATE
DECEMBER 2018: The Industrial Development Strategy was adopted by Council 3 December 2018.
View City Website for full details on the Industrial Development Strategy

Comments closed 5pm on Friday, 30 September 2018

The provision of land for Industrial Development in the City of Kalamunda provides economic value to the community. Accessible, well designed industrial developments ensure on-going economic growth and sustainability for the City of Kalamunda and the greater Perth metropolitan area.

The vision of the Draft Industrial Development Strategy is to enhance and expand upon our industrial precincts to accommodate future growth and diversity in industrial land uses and develop modern, efficient and attractive industrial estates that provide for the local and regional community. It will ensure that future industrial development is delivered to optimise community benefit by providing direction to guide the future provision and management of industrial estates.

The Strategy will take into consideration current and future population projections, housing and demographics when assessing the Industrial development needs of the community to ensure economic stability. The Strategy will assess all proposed and existing industrial sites within the City and will attract interest from the wider community.

HAVE YOUR SAY
The City of Kalamunda is calling for comment on a Draft Industrial Development Strategy to meet the needs of community and local economy into the future.
Online: via online survey
Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au
Alternatively, download a copy of the draft Industrial Development Strategy or copies are available from the City’s Administration Centre (2 Railway Road, Kalamunda).

To allow for extended consultation, the Community Workshop, originally proposed for Thursday the 23 August has been rescheduled to Monday 1 October from 6pm at Lesmurdie Hall (96 Gladys Road, Lesmurdie). Register your interest to attend the new Draft Industrial Development Strategy Community Workshop, please RSVP at enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au

Comments closed 5pm on Friday, 30 September 2018


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City of Kalamunda has extended the community comment period for the draft Industrial Development Strategy. This has been done to ensure we meet the needs of community and local economy into the future. The Strategy will now be open for extended public comment until the 30 of September, 2018.

    The City of Kalamunda is calling for comment on a Draft Industrial Development Strategy to meet the needs of community and local economy into the future. The provision of land for Industrial Development in the City of Kalamunda provides economic value to the community.

    The City of Kalamunda has extended the community comment period for the draft Industrial Development Strategy. This has been done to ensure we meet the needs of community and local economy into the future. The Strategy will now be open for extended public comment until the 30 of September, 2018.

    The City of Kalamunda is calling for comment on a Draft Industrial Development Strategy to meet the needs of community and local economy into the future. The provision of land for Industrial Development in the City of Kalamunda provides economic value to the community. Accessible, well designed industrial developments ensure on-going economic growth and sustainability for the City of Kalamunda and the greater Perth metropolitan area. 

    View the Strategy here
    Alternatively, hard copies of the draft Industrial Development Strategy are available from the City’s Administration Centre (2 Railway Road, Kalamunda). 

    Should you wish to discuss the Strategy please contact the City of Kalamunda Strategic Planning Team on 9257 9999 or enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au.

    We look forward to your feedback.

    Please complete this online survey or you can collect a hard copy from your local library or the City’s administration building (2 Railway Road, Kalamunda). 

    The survey extended - now closes 30 September 2018.

    Many Thanks


    Consultation has concluded