Environmental Land Use Planning Strategy (ELUPS)

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The City of Kalamunda is developing its Environmental Land Use Planning Strategy (ELUPS) to meet the future needs of the local natural environment and community, and promote sustainable planning practices which will be complementary to the existing natural environment.

The purpose of the Strategy will be to:

  • Identify the environmental factors that will influence future planning in the City.
  • Identify how these factors can be appropriately addressed during the assessment of development and subdivision applications
  • Develop strategic actions to provide guidance on how we can improve environmental outcomes through our statutory and strategic planning processes.

The ELUPS will form one part of the proposed new Local Planning Strategy being developed in 2019, focusing on relevant environmental planning considerations. A Local Planning Strategy should be reviewed and prepared by a local government every five years.

Your feedback will help shape the development of ELUPS, as well as ensure that your aspirations for our growing community are heard.

Feedback can be provided via our online feedback form, or written submissions can be submitted:

By Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au

By Post: PO Box 42, KALAMUNDA WA 6926

In Person: City of Kalamunda, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda

You may wish to download a copy of the draft Environmental Land Use Planning Strategy, or alternatively a hard copy is available for viewing at the City’s Administration Centre (2 Railway Road, Kalamunda).

For more information, phone 9257 9999

Comments close Thursday 28 February 2019

The City of Kalamunda is developing its Environmental Land Use Planning Strategy (ELUPS) to meet the future needs of the local natural environment and community, and promote sustainable planning practices which will be complementary to the existing natural environment.

The purpose of the Strategy will be to:

  • Identify the environmental factors that will influence future planning in the City.
  • Identify how these factors can be appropriately addressed during the assessment of development and subdivision applications
  • Develop strategic actions to provide guidance on how we can improve environmental outcomes through our statutory and strategic planning processes.

The ELUPS will form one part of the proposed new Local Planning Strategy being developed in 2019, focusing on relevant environmental planning considerations. A Local Planning Strategy should be reviewed and prepared by a local government every five years.

Your feedback will help shape the development of ELUPS, as well as ensure that your aspirations for our growing community are heard.

Feedback can be provided via our online feedback form, or written submissions can be submitted:

By Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au

By Post: PO Box 42, KALAMUNDA WA 6926

In Person: City of Kalamunda, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda

You may wish to download a copy of the draft Environmental Land Use Planning Strategy, or alternatively a hard copy is available for viewing at the City’s Administration Centre (2 Railway Road, Kalamunda).

For more information, phone 9257 9999

Comments close Thursday 28 February 2019

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    Environmental Land Use Planning Strategy (ELUPS) Feedback Form

    The City of Kalamunda is developing its Environmental Land Use Planning Strategy (the Strategy) and is seeking community feedback.

    The Strategy will form part of the new Local Planning Strategy being prepared in 2019, a planning document which the City is required to prepare every five years.

    The document describes environmental factors which influence planning decisions and identifies the ways environmental planning can be improved through recommended strategies and actions.

    The Strategy was adopted by Council on 25 September 2018 for advertising and we are seeking your comment and input.

    Please ensure you have read the

    The City of Kalamunda is developing its Environmental Land Use Planning Strategy (the Strategy) and is seeking community feedback.

    The Strategy will form part of the new Local Planning Strategy being prepared in 2019, a planning document which the City is required to prepare every five years.

    The document describes environmental factors which influence planning decisions and identifies the ways environmental planning can be improved through recommended strategies and actions.

    The Strategy was adopted by Council on 25 September 2018 for advertising and we are seeking your comment and input.

    Please ensure you have read the draft Strategy before submitting your feedback.


    Consultation has concluded