Davis Park Structure Plan Approved by WAPC
After final assessment by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC), the Davis Park Structure Plan has formally been approved.
Prior to the WAPC's approval, modifications to the structure plan were required to be made by the proponent. These requested modifications were mostly made in accordance with Council's decision of 27 May 2020 and the accompanying schedule of modifications.
Notably, the approved plan no longer proposes the installation of traffic signals at the intersection of South Street and Nannine Avenue, due to unresolved concerns of Main Roads. The plan does however make allowance for the provision of signals or other traffic treatments in the future should the need arise, subject to Main Roads approval.
This structure plan sets the planning requirements for the staged redevelopment of the precinct to support higher density mixed-use development on South Street, along with a mixture of housing types to reflect the diverse needs of the local community. The plan also shows the retention and expansion of the existing Davis Park open space, along with improved pedestrian and vehicle connections through the site. Any future development and subdivision proposals within the Davis Park Precinct will be assessed against this structure plan.
A copy of the approved structure plan document is available to download within the Document Library on this page, or via the Structure and Local Development Plans page of the City's website. Any future development and subdivision proposals within the Davis Park Precinct will be assessed against this plan.
Should there be any further queries on this project, please contact the City's strategic planning team.
Consultation has concluded