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East Roselea Parkside Precinct Draft Local Development Plan

The purpose of a Local Development Plan is to provide alternative site specific design control measures to those under the Residential Design Codes (R-Codes) for matters relating to urban design and the overall look of a built area. Closing date: 7 March 2023

In February 2023, a Draft Local Development Plan for the East Roselea Parkside Precinct was submitted on behalf of the owner of land within the East Roselea Estate. The planning controls for the area require a Local Development Plan to be put in place before development can occur.

The purpose of this Local Development Plan is to provide the following site specific design control measures:

  • A minimum 1.5m Setbacks to Public Open Space
  • Require any buildings that overlook Public Open Space to include major openings
  • Identify where garages should be located
  • Require open style fencing along the interface with Public Open Space.
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FAQs

What is a Local Development Plan (LDP)?

A local development plan is a planning tool used to provide alternative site specific design control measures to those under the Residential Design Codes (R-Codes) for matters relating to urban design and the overall look of a built area. At the local government's discretion, a local development plan can also streamline the development approval process, with compliant development exempt from the requirement to obtain development approval.

What matters should be addressed in a local development plan?

A local development plan should generally comprise the local development plan provisions and a spatial plan depicting the key elements of the plan over the lots to which it applies (at an appropriate scale).

Additional pages may be included to supplement annotations on the plan only where the plan may be cluttered and difficult to interpret. Local development plan annotations are to relate to elements depicted on the plan and avoid lengthy policy provisions. Diagrams and/or elevations may be included to address multi-level development.

What is the purpose of the Draft Local Development Plan for the East Roselea Parkside Precinct?

The purpose of a Local Development Plan is to provide alternative site specific design control measures to those under the Residential Design Codes (R-Codes) for matters relating to urban design and the overall look of a built area. 

The purpose of this Local Development Plan is to provide the following site specific design control measures:

  • A minimum 1.5m Setbacks to Public Open Space
  • Require any buildings that overlook Public Open Space to include major openings
  • Identify where garages should be located
  • Require open style fencing along the interface with Public Open Space. 

What comments can I make?

The City is keen to hear the views of all residents and other stakeholders on the proposal.

When Council considers the comments received, it must only consider the planning merits of the comments made. The City asks that comments be limited to planning matters or impacts of the proposal.

How do I make a submission?

  • Online Submissions can be made via the online form.
  • By post Chief Executive Officer, City of Stirling, (East Roselea Parkside Precinct Draft Local Development Plan), 25 Cedric Street, Stirling WA 6021
  • In person During business hours (8.30am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday) at the City of Stirling Main Administration Office located at 25 Cedric Street, Stirling
  • By email schemes@stirling.wa.gov.au

Timeline

Application for Local Development Plan received by the City

February 2023

Advertising of Draft Local Development Plan

February - March 2023

Draft Local Development Plan presented to Council post advertising

21 March 2023

Local Development Plan Approved by Council and in effect

Parkside Precinct Local Development Plan in effect from 29 March 2023 to 29 March 2033
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For more information, please contact Ronni Howe, Development Services – Schemes, Policies and Heritage on (08) 9205 8555.

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