Scheme Amendment No. 121 - 1 Waterloo Street, Joondanna

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The City is asking for public comments on the rezoning of House Number 1 Waterloo Street, Joondanna from 'Residential (R50)' to 'Mixed Use' and ‘ Development Requirement 1’. Closing date: 7 January 2022 Follow project

In September 2021, Council considered Scheme Amendment No.121, which proposes to rezone House Number 1 Waterloo Street, Joondanna from ‘Residential (R50)' to 'Mixed Use' and ‘Development Requirement 1’. The ‘Development Requirement 1’ would limit the building height to a maximum of three stories.

More information on Scheme Amendment No.121 can be found in the 14 September 2021 Council Minutes (Item 12.1/DS4).

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FAQs

What does Scheme Amendment No.121 do?

Scheme Amendment No.122 proposes to rezone House Number 1 Waterloo Street, Joondanna from 'Residential (R50)' to ‘Mixed Use’ and ‘Development Requirement 1’.

Why is Scheme Amendment No.121 being considered?

The City received the application for a scheme amendment on 23 February 2021.

As per the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the City must assess and make the application available for public comment, before being forwarded to the Planning Minister for determination.

Who can submit a Scheme Amendment?

A Scheme Amendment can be submitted by, or on behalf of a landowner. The City can also propose a Scheme Amendment.

Why is a ‘Mixed Use’ zoning proposed?

Council decided at the 14 September 2021 Council meeting that the appropriate zoning should be ‘Mixed Use’ and ‘Development Requirement 1’, to act as a transition between surrounding properties.

As part of the Herdsman Glendalough project, properties to the west are proposed to be rezoned ‘Mixed Use’ by the City’s Scheme Amendment No. 114. 

To the south of Green Street, properties are zoned ‘Commercial’ by the City of Vincent. Whilst properties to the east and north are zoned ‘Residential (R50)’.

What does a ‘Mixed Use’ zoning allow?

A Mixed Used zoning allows for residential or commercial developments on upper floors, and commercial developments only on the ground floor.

What is ‘Development Requirement 1’?

Development Requirement 1 imposes a three storey maximum height for any development.

How do I make a submission?

  • By post Chief Executive Office, City of Stirling, (Scheme Amendment No.121), 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 development@stirling.wa.gov.au.

Timeline

Council resolved to initiate Scheme Amendment

September 2021

Community consultation commences

November 2021

Community consultation concludes

January 2022

Officer reviews comments received during community consultation

February 2022 - To be confirmed

Council considers outcomes of community consultation

February 2022 - To be confirmed

Scheme Amendment forwarded to the Minister for Planning for a decision

To be confirmed

Decision from the Minister for Planning received

To be confirmed

Scheme Amendment No.121 comes into effect (if approved by the Minister for Planning)

To be confirmed
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Useful documents

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Amendment 121 For Advertisement(PDF)

For more information, contact Travis Wright, Development Services on (08) 9205 8555 or development@stirling.wa.gov.au.

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