Local Planning Scheme No. 3 Scheme Amendment No. 101 (PG-LPS-003/101)

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Comments close 5pm 25th of May 2019

Local Planning Scheme Amendment Available for Inspection
Complex Amendment

The City of Kalamunda has initiated the above Local Planning Scheme No. 3 Amendment 101 for the purpose of public advertising. Amendment No. 101 relates to the introduction of a Development Contribution Area (DCA) over the Kalamunda Wedge of the Maddington Kenwick Strategic Employment Area (MKSEA).

  • The area has historically been used for rural and rural lifestyle land uses. The future industrial development of the area will generate the need for the provision of new infrastructure and upgrades to existing infrastructure. Given the fragmented nature of land ownership, and the need to achieve a coordinated approach to the delivery of infrastructure, a Development Contribution Plan (DCP) is considered necessary to facilitate infrastructure provision in an equitable manner. A DCA is required to be introduced into the Scheme to enable a DCP to be prepared. For this reason, each of the local governments are proposing to introduce a DCA over the area.

A DCP is also known as an ‘infrastructure levy’, established to provide for infrastructure construction and upgrades in an area, where the subdivision or development of land creates additional demand for infrastructure such as roads or drainage requirements. DCPs effectively operate on a ‘user pays’ basis, with contributions payable at the time of subdivision or development, typically on a ‘per-lot’ or ‘per square metre’ basis.

For further information regarding the DCA please refer to the MKSEA DCA2 fact sheet.

The following plans documents are available for consideration:

Alternatively, the documentation can be viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration Centre located at 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office during business hours.

* The Proposed Scheme Amendment 101 document was updated on the 14th March 2019. The update was to the final page. The map remains the same however is now grey scale format. (see original document here)

Community Information Evening

Please be advised that the City will be holding a drop-in community information evening, as detailed below:

Date: 27th of March 2019 between 5:30pm and 6:30pm.
Location: City’s Administration Centre Function Room, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda (access from the Railway Road side of the building).

The purpose of the session is for the City’s planning staff to assist the public in interpreting the plans for the proposal that will be on display and answer any questions. These sessions are informal and give the community the opportunity to interact with planning staff on a one-on-one basis.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Comments close 5pm 25th of May 2019

Any person who wishes to comment is required to include the property affected and reference number (PG-LPS-003/101) with the submission comments to:

Online: using the online form provided below
By Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au
By Post: City of Kalamunda, PO Box 42, Kalamunda 6926



Comments close 5pm 25th of May 2019

Local Planning Scheme Amendment Available for Inspection
Complex Amendment

The City of Kalamunda has initiated the above Local Planning Scheme No. 3 Amendment 101 for the purpose of public advertising. Amendment No. 101 relates to the introduction of a Development Contribution Area (DCA) over the Kalamunda Wedge of the Maddington Kenwick Strategic Employment Area (MKSEA).

  • The area has historically been used for rural and rural lifestyle land uses. The future industrial development of the area will generate the need for the provision of new infrastructure and upgrades to existing infrastructure. Given the fragmented nature of land ownership, and the need to achieve a coordinated approach to the delivery of infrastructure, a Development Contribution Plan (DCP) is considered necessary to facilitate infrastructure provision in an equitable manner. A DCA is required to be introduced into the Scheme to enable a DCP to be prepared. For this reason, each of the local governments are proposing to introduce a DCA over the area.

A DCP is also known as an ‘infrastructure levy’, established to provide for infrastructure construction and upgrades in an area, where the subdivision or development of land creates additional demand for infrastructure such as roads or drainage requirements. DCPs effectively operate on a ‘user pays’ basis, with contributions payable at the time of subdivision or development, typically on a ‘per-lot’ or ‘per square metre’ basis.

For further information regarding the DCA please refer to the MKSEA DCA2 fact sheet.

The following plans documents are available for consideration:

Alternatively, the documentation can be viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration Centre located at 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office during business hours.

* The Proposed Scheme Amendment 101 document was updated on the 14th March 2019. The update was to the final page. The map remains the same however is now grey scale format. (see original document here)

Community Information Evening

Please be advised that the City will be holding a drop-in community information evening, as detailed below:

Date: 27th of March 2019 between 5:30pm and 6:30pm.
Location: City’s Administration Centre Function Room, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda (access from the Railway Road side of the building).

The purpose of the session is for the City’s planning staff to assist the public in interpreting the plans for the proposal that will be on display and answer any questions. These sessions are informal and give the community the opportunity to interact with planning staff on a one-on-one basis.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Comments close 5pm 25th of May 2019

Any person who wishes to comment is required to include the property affected and reference number (PG-LPS-003/101) with the submission comments to:

Online: using the online form provided below
By Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au
By Post: City of Kalamunda, PO Box 42, Kalamunda 6926



Submit Your Comments for Scheme Amendment No. 101

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