Yelo site - 331 West Coast Drive, Trigg (DA19/2040)
Following the refusal of this development by the Joint Assessment Development Panel on 13 July 2020, the decision was appealed to the State Administrative Tribunal by the applicant. As part of the appeal proceedings, amendments have been made and additional information provided in response to some of the concerns. Following an advertising period, the Joint Development Assessment Panel are now invited to reconsider their original decision. Additionally, due to the nature of the proposal, the application will be referred to the City's Council meeting for consideration.
Tuesday 1 December 2020
City of Stirling Administration Centre, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling
Council Chamber at 7.00pm
Wednesday 9 December 2020
City of Stirling Administration Centre, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling
Stirling Room at 9.00am
You can read more about the amended application and important links in the News Item below.
The proposal for seven (7) multiple dwellings and one (1) commercial tenancy is summarised as follows:
- A four (4) storey development comprising:
- 175m2 of restaurant floor space fronting West Coast Drive, which includes alfresco dining on West Coast Drive
- Seven (7) multiple dwellings ranging from two-bedroom to three-bedroom dwellings
- The provision of 18 car parking bays at basement level
- Vehicle access and egress is proposed from West Coast Drive and Bennion Street
- A loading zone and two (2) parking bays are proposed at ground level with access from Bennion Street
- A parking bay is proposed in the Bennion Street road reserve.
The City is not the decision-maker for this development.
This consultation will provide the City with feedback about how the local community and wider community feel about the proposal and this will inform the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) who are the decision-maker for this development.
How can people make a submission?
The City encourages submissions to be made during the consultation period via the brief survey, via email or in writing.
Submissions received during the consultation period will be considered as part of the City’s assessment and form part of its RAR.
Following the submission of the City’s RAR and the notification of a JDAP meeting date regarding the application, the City will notify all submitters of the JDAP meeting date and all submitters will have the opportunity to make a presentation request to the JDAP to assist the JDAP in considering and determining the application. Presentation requests will be reviewed and approved or refused by the Presiding Member and not the City.
- Online via the above survey
- By post City of Stirling PO Box 1533, Osborne Park WA 6916
- In person During business hours (8.30am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday) at the City of Stirling Main Administration located 25 Cedric Street Stirling
- By email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do I need to quote on my submission?
Submissions can be made online through the submission form. Click on the following link to complete the submission form. Please quote DA19/2040 when making your submission.
Additionally, submissions to be made by email to: email@example.com
This will provide immediate acknowledgement of your submission and assist the City to provide you with prompt notification of the JDAP meeting once listed. If you are unable to provide a submission by email or web form, please submit your written comments by post or in person to the City before the closing date.
Submissions can be made in writing quoting DA19/2040 to:
Development Services, City of Stirling, PO Box 1533, Osborne Park WA 6916
Please be advised the City does not provide responses to submissions. The City will notify all submitters in writing of the Metro North-West JDAP meeting once the meeting date has been listed by the Development Assessment Panel Secretariat.
You are invited to comment on this proposal on or before 5.00pm, Tuesday 24 November 2020. Late submissions will unfortunately not be able to form part of the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the JDAP.
What are the requirements around this type of development in this location?
State Planning Policies
On 24 May 2019, the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage released State Planning Policy 7.3 (SPP7.3) with Volume 2 – Apartments as the framework to assess multiple dwelling (apartment) developments. The Policy is divided into different ‘design elements’ (for example; plot ratio, building height, street setbacks, building orientation, landscaping, visual privacy, parking). For all ‘design elements’ there are objectives that need to be met.
Unlike the previous Residential Design Codes, SPP7.3 Volume 2 does not have a ‘deemed-to-comply’ pathway which is a prescriptive approach to development assessment. Instead SPP7.3 Volume 2 provides acceptable outcomes and design guidance to assist in meeting the objectives for a more performance and design based development assessment. Further details on SPP7.3 is available on the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage at the following link: https://www.dplh.wa.gov.au/policy-and-legislation/state-planning-framework/design-wa/design-wa-stage-1-documents-and-additional-resourc
Local Planning Policies
Additionally, the Mixed Use (Commercial) portion of the development is subject to Local Planning Policy 4.2 Mixed Use and Commercial Centre Design Guidelines. The City’s Local Planning Policies can be found at the following link: https://www.stirling.wa.gov.au/planning-and-building/planning-and-building-documents/planning-legislation-and-documents
City of Stirling Local Planning Scheme No. 3 (LPS 3)
The City’s LPS 3 provides the basis for the application of the City’s planning framework and controls the types of uses and development permitted throughout the City. LPS 3 provides specific development controls to Karrinyup Shopping Centre and the statutory basis for the application of the City’s local planning policies.
What is the process for this development?
Please be advised the City is not the decision maker for this application and the application will instead be determined by the Metro North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) due to the value of works. The City’s role is to provide a recommendation to the JDAP through a Responsible Authority Report. As part of preparing the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the JDAP the City are seeking your comments on the proposal. Your comments will be included within the Responsible Authority Report to ensure that the community’s views have the opportunity to form part of the JDAP’s consideration of the proposal.
The proposal was previously refused by the JDAP on 21 July 2020. Following this, the determination was appealed with the State Administrative Tribunal. As part of the State Administrative Tribunal process, the respondent (being the JDAP) has been invited to reconsider its decision, based on additional information and plans.
What if I disagree with the outcome of the JDAP?
In Western Australia a person who is not an applicant or a respondent is known as a ‘third party’ and there are generally no third party appeal rights in relation to planning decisions as per Section 243 of the Planning and Development Act 2005.
Formal community consultation
Consideration of the application by Council and JDAP, separately. The City advises the timeframe for the consideration of the application is subject to change and may be increased if amended plans or additional information is required.
For more information, contact Karina Bowater, Planning Officer, Development Services (08) 9205 8555.
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