Development Application │ 69 South Street Beaconsfield

Consultation has concluded.


The application was conditionally approved by the Metro South-West JDAP at its meeting on 5 December 2017.


A five storey mixed-use development is proposed for 69 South Street, Beaconsfield.


Application refused

The Planning Committee considered the development proposal on 7 March 2018 and supported the recommendation to refuse. The Committee felt the proposal did not meet all the criteria to obtain approval for maximum height. They also identified concerns with the extent of demolition, traffic and vehicle safety, overshadowing, lot boundary setbacks, plot ratio, visual privacy and parking.

More information is available in the Planning Committee meeting minutes, available here.




Public comment period closed

Thank you to everyone who sent a submission on the development proposal for 69 South Street. The public comment period concluded on 10 October.

We'll assess your comments and prepare a report for the Planning Committeee to consider at an upcoming meeting.

We will continue to provide updates on My Say Freo.




What's proposed?

A five storey development of two offices on the ground floor with nine apartments above. The site is on the corner of South Street and Hampton Road, Beaconsfield.


What discretionary assessments are proposed?

The development includes the following discretionary use and assessments:

  • Boundary walls - south and east
  • Side and rear setbacks - south and east
  • Building height
  • Visual privacy - south
  • Vehicle sightlines
  • Street setbacks
  • On-site car parking
  • Overshadowing
  • Plot ratio
  • Vehicle access
  • Discretionary land use (multiple dwellings)


Where can I see the plans?

The plans and associated documents are available below:


How can I comment?

The public comment period closed on 10 October.




A five storey mixed-use development is proposed for 69 South Street, Beaconsfield.


Application refused

The Planning Committee considered the development proposal on 7 March 2018 and supported the recommendation to refuse. The Committee felt the proposal did not meet all the criteria to obtain approval for maximum height. They also identified concerns with the extent of demolition, traffic and vehicle safety, overshadowing, lot boundary setbacks, plot ratio, visual privacy and parking.

More information is available in the Planning Committee meeting minutes, available here.




Public comment period closed

Thank you to everyone who sent a submission on the development proposal for 69 South Street. The public comment period concluded on 10 October.

We'll assess your comments and prepare a report for the Planning Committeee to consider at an upcoming meeting.

We will continue to provide updates on My Say Freo.




What's proposed?

A five storey development of two offices on the ground floor with nine apartments above. The site is on the corner of South Street and Hampton Road, Beaconsfield.


What discretionary assessments are proposed?

The development includes the following discretionary use and assessments:

  • Boundary walls - south and east
  • Side and rear setbacks - south and east
  • Building height
  • Visual privacy - south
  • Vehicle sightlines
  • Street setbacks
  • On-site car parking
  • Overshadowing
  • Plot ratio
  • Vehicle access
  • Discretionary land use (multiple dwellings)


Where can I see the plans?

The plans and associated documents are available below:


How can I comment?

The public comment period closed on 10 October.



Consultation has concluded.


The application was conditionally approved by the Metro South-West JDAP at its meeting on 5 December 2017.

  • Conditional Approval

    27 days ago

    The application was conditionally approved by the Metro South-West JDAP at its meeting on 5 December 2017.

    The application was conditionally approved by the Metro South-West JDAP at its meeting on 5 December 2017.