Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan

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We are advertising the Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan and Amendment 114 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 and are seeking your comments. Closing date: 1 October 2020 Follow project

The City and the State Government have been planning for the redevelopment of the area around the Glendalough Station and along Scarborough Beach Road for the last 20 years. This area is known as the “Herdsman Glendalough Area” and falls within the suburb of Osborne Park as shown in the image below. 

This project aims to facilitate the transition of Herdsman Glendalough over time into a vibrant mixed-use area with an improved public realm and a strong focus on public transport. 

The planning for the area is almost complete with the area being rezoned in 2018 to a ‘Development’ zone under the City’s Local Planning Scheme, and to an ‘Urban’ zone under the Metropolitan Region Scheme. In June 2020, Council adopted building design guidelines and a parking policy for the area.

The City is now seeking your comments on the modified Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan and Amendment 114 to Local Planning Scheme No.3. 

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FAQs

Where is the Herdsman Glendalough Area?

The Herdsman Glendalough Area is located within the suburb of Osborne Park. The project area is shown in the image below. 

What consultation has occurred so far?

In 2015 The City advertised The Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan, The Herdsman Glendalough Local Development Plan and Amendment 39 to the City’s Local Planning Scheme. In 2015/2016 the Western Australian Planning Commission advertised Amendment 1291/41 to the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

What changes are proposed for the Herdsman Glendalough Area?

The Herdsman Glendalough Area is one of the City’s key urban intensification projects. The vision is to transform Herdsman Glendalough over time from a low scale commercial precinct into a vibrant mixed use area with a strong focus on public transport and improved public amenity.

What information can be found in the Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan and Amendment 114 to Local Planning Scheme No.3?

The Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan contains provisions relating to land use, subdivision and new roads. Amendment 114 contains provisions relating to land use, new roads, parking and public open space. 

What documents relating to the Herdsman Glendalough Area am I able to comment on?

The City is currently seeking comments on the modified version of the Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan and Amendment 114 to Local Planning Scheme No.3.

What documents relating to the Herdsman Glendalough Area am I unable to comment on?

The Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan, Amendment 39 to the City’s Local Planning Scheme and Amendment 1291/41 to the Metropolitan Region Scheme have all now progressed and have been adopted. Comments on these documents can therefore no longer be considered.

When will development in the Herdsman Glendalough Area occur?

Development can occur now in the Herdsman Glendalough Area.  The City has already rezoned the area from “Industry” to “Development” zone and adopted a parking policy and building guidelines that set heights and setbacks. The documents being advertised can already be used to help determine development applications.  

Timeline

January 2015

Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan and Local Development Plan advertised for public comment

September 2015

Amendment 39 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 (to rezone the area to ‘Development’ zone) advertised for public comment

December 2015

Amendment 1291/41 to the Metropolitan Region Scheme (to rezone the area to ‘Urban’) advertised for public comment.

January 2018

Amendment 1291/41 to the Metropolitan Region Scheme finalised and published in Government Gazette.

August 2018

Amendment 39 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 finalised and published in Government Gazette.

June 2020

Council resolves to advertise Amendment 114 to Local Planning Scheme No.3, to advertise modifications to the Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan and to adopt the Local Development Plan
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