Development Application │ Customs House│ 2 Henry Street and 7 Pakenham Street, Fremantle

Consultation has concluded


Application refused by Development Assessment Panel

JDAP considered the application for 2 Henry Street and 7 Pakenham Street, Fremantle on 9 August and did not approve it.

You can read the panel's reasons for refusal in the JDAP minutes here.



Panel to decide development proposal


The Metropolitan South-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) will consider the development application for 2 Henry Street and 7 Pakenham Street, Fremantle on Wednesday 9 August at 10.00 am at the City of Fremantle, 8 William Street, Fremantle.

You can view the meeting agenda here.

Anyone can attend the JDAP meeting. If you would like to make a submission please complete a presentation request form and email to daps@planning.wa.gov.au. Futher information is available on the development assessment panel website.


Report before council in July


A report on the development application for 2 Henry and 7 Pakenham Streets will be considered by Council on 28 July 2017 at 6.00pm.

The report recommends that council support a recommendation to Joint Developemnt Assessment Panel to refuse the application.

The report is available on the agendas and minutes page in the council agenda for 28 July.

Anyone can attend the council meeting. You can also ask a question or make a verbal submission. Find out how on the council meetings page.

Reports, minutes and a video summary of council meetings are available here.


Public comment period closed


Thank you to everyone who lodged a submission, the public comment period on the Customs House development proposal has now closed. We'll review your comments and prepare a report to council. Details of when the report to council will be considered will be added to this page, when available .




An apartment development has been proposed for Customs House on the corner of Henry Street and Phillimore Street in the west end of Fremantle.


The development proposes a five storey building (with basement) including:

  • 122 dwellings, comprised of 42 one-bedroom dwellings, 73 two-bedroom dwellings and 7 three-bedroom dwellings.
  • Basement car parking, resident storage areas and service infrastructure.
  • Demolition of the internal structure of the heritage building and conservation works to the facades.


What would the building look like?

Scroll through the perspectives and views of the proposed development on the right of your screen.

Additional information provided by the applicant, including the plans and various reports, is available below:





Application refused by Development Assessment Panel

JDAP considered the application for 2 Henry Street and 7 Pakenham Street, Fremantle on 9 August and did not approve it.

You can read the panel's reasons for refusal in the JDAP minutes here.



Panel to decide development proposal


The Metropolitan South-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) will consider the development application for 2 Henry Street and 7 Pakenham Street, Fremantle on Wednesday 9 August at 10.00 am at the City of Fremantle, 8 William Street, Fremantle.

You can view the meeting agenda here.

Anyone can attend the JDAP meeting. If you would like to make a submission please complete a presentation request form and email to daps@planning.wa.gov.au. Futher information is available on the development assessment panel website.


Report before council in July


A report on the development application for 2 Henry and 7 Pakenham Streets will be considered by Council on 28 July 2017 at 6.00pm.

The report recommends that council support a recommendation to Joint Developemnt Assessment Panel to refuse the application.

The report is available on the agendas and minutes page in the council agenda for 28 July.

Anyone can attend the council meeting. You can also ask a question or make a verbal submission. Find out how on the council meetings page.

Reports, minutes and a video summary of council meetings are available here.


Public comment period closed


Thank you to everyone who lodged a submission, the public comment period on the Customs House development proposal has now closed. We'll review your comments and prepare a report to council. Details of when the report to council will be considered will be added to this page, when available .




An apartment development has been proposed for Customs House on the corner of Henry Street and Phillimore Street in the west end of Fremantle.


The development proposes a five storey building (with basement) including:

  • 122 dwellings, comprised of 42 one-bedroom dwellings, 73 two-bedroom dwellings and 7 three-bedroom dwellings.
  • Basement car parking, resident storage areas and service infrastructure.
  • Demolition of the internal structure of the heritage building and conservation works to the facades.


What would the building look like?

Scroll through the perspectives and views of the proposed development on the right of your screen.

Additional information provided by the applicant, including the plans and various reports, is available below: