This section provides information on subdivision of land and rezoning for both residential and commercial/industrial areas in the City of Stirling.
Subdivision is the ‘cutting up’ of land into new lots.
All subdivision of land in Western Australia is controlled by the Western Australian Planning Commission.
The City of Stirling has the authority to set the minimum lot sizes for industrial, commercial and residential zones within its boundaries.
In industrial zones, the minimum lot sizes are:
- Osborne Park Industrial Area—2000 m²
- Balcatta Special Garden Industrial Area—3000 m².
In commercial zones, there are no set minimum lot sizes.
The Residential subdivision information sheet which covers the requirements and processes applicable, including:
- The two basic types of subdivisions
- Eligibility criteria of land for subdivision
- Approvals and submission procedures
- The subdivision process
- Useful charts.
For more information, and details on submission requirements, please go to the WA Planning Commission website.
Download the Rezoning applications overview information sheet below to find out about:
- What rezoning is
- The initial application
- Initiation of rezoning
- Report on submissions
- Final determination.
For information on fees and charges please refer to the Planning Services Fees and Charges under the Fees, forms and information sheets section of the website.