Clontarf Road Local Planning Policy

Consultation has concluded


The Clontarf Road Local Planning Policy has been adopted. For a copy of the policy please see here.




The City of Fremantle has drafted a local planning policy for an area of Clontarf Road that includes four properties as shown in the plan above. The addresses for the four properties are:

  • No. 2 (lots 72 and 100) Clontarf Road, Beaconsfield
  • No. 4 (lot 25) Clontarf Road, Beaconsfield and
  • No. 1 (lot 73) Naylor Street, Beaconsfield

The sites subject to this policy are in the Strang Street redevelopment area. These sites already have the potential to develop into residential apartments under the City’s local planning scheme.


Why is this being proposed?

The purpose of this draft local planning policy is to provide guidance when assessing redevelopment of these sites to promote high quality design outcomes. Under the draft policy, subdivision or development applications will have to demonstrate they address specific design aspects to integrate with the surrounding urban area and landscape features.

The draft policy will not change the zoning, height or density requirements for the area.

Further information on the design outcomes and draft policy can be found here.

The report to council on the draft policy dated 25 January 2107 is available here.



The Clontarf Road Local Planning Policy has been adopted. For a copy of the policy please see here.




The City of Fremantle has drafted a local planning policy for an area of Clontarf Road that includes four properties as shown in the plan above. The addresses for the four properties are:

  • No. 2 (lots 72 and 100) Clontarf Road, Beaconsfield
  • No. 4 (lot 25) Clontarf Road, Beaconsfield and
  • No. 1 (lot 73) Naylor Street, Beaconsfield

The sites subject to this policy are in the Strang Street redevelopment area. These sites already have the potential to develop into residential apartments under the City’s local planning scheme.


Why is this being proposed?

The purpose of this draft local planning policy is to provide guidance when assessing redevelopment of these sites to promote high quality design outcomes. Under the draft policy, subdivision or development applications will have to demonstrate they address specific design aspects to integrate with the surrounding urban area and landscape features.

The draft policy will not change the zoning, height or density requirements for the area.

Further information on the design outcomes and draft policy can be found here.

The report to council on the draft policy dated 25 January 2107 is available here.


Consultation has concluded
  • Clontarf Road Local Planning Policy has been adopted by Council

    about 2 years ago

    For a copy of the policy please see here.

    For a copy of the policy please see here.

  • Submissions for Draft Clontarf Road Local Planning Policy have closed

    by Admin, about 2 years ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded

    Submissions for Draft Clontarf Road Local Planning Policy closed on 3 March.

    The Planning Officers will consider all submissions and prepare a report with a recommendation for the Planning Committeee to consider at an upcoming meeting.

    We will continue to provide updates on My Say Freo.


    Submissions for Draft Clontarf Road Local Planning Policy closed on 3 March.

    The Planning Officers will consider all submissions and prepare a report with a recommendation for the Planning Committeee to consider at an upcoming meeting.

    We will continue to provide updates on My Say Freo.