Development Application | JShed – Unit 1 Fleet Street, Fremantle

Consultation has concluded


A partial change of use to tavern, additions and alterations is proposed for the J Shed (Unit 1) at Fleet Street, Fremantle.


Application deferred

Deferred at council on 13 December 2017 for amended plans to be submitted. View the council minutes here.



J-Shed development proposal recommendation before council on 13 December

Full council will consider the recommendation to the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) on Wednesday 13 December.

You can read the report in the council agenda for 13 December here.


Report to Western Australian Planning Commission released

The City of Fremantle's recommendation to the determining authority, the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) will be considered by the Planning Committee on Wednesday 6 December 2017 at 6.00 pm. You can view the report below.

Planning Committee Report

In summary, it recommends the application be refused for the following reasons :

  • The proposal is inappropriate having regard to the purposes for which the land is reserved under the Metropolitan Region Scheme.
  • The proposal is inconsistent with objectives 3.1 and 3.2 of the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Policy DGF5 – Arthur Head Reserve Strategy Plan.
  • The proposal is inconsistent with Policy 3 of the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Policy DGF6 – Arthur Head – (West End of High Street, Fremantle).
  • The proposal is inconsistent with clause 3.4 of the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Policy DGF26 – Planning Policy for the West End of Victoria Quay.
  • The proposal is inconsistent with clause 1.1 of the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Policy DBU6 – Late Night Entertainment Venues Serving Alcohol.
  • The proposal is inconsistent with clause 4.1.2(b) of the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Policy DGF14 – Fremantle West End Conservation Area Policy.

If you would like to address the Committee before they debate the recommendation, you'll need to register. To register to speak, please contact us in advance or put your name down just before the meeting on the form outside the chamber between 5.30 pm and 5.50 pm. If you would like to simply observe the meeting, there is no need to register.




Planning Committee meeting to review recommendation to WAPC in December

The Planning Committee meeting is open to all who made a submission and the public to attend. This meeting will take place on Wednesday 6 December 2017 in council chambers at the City of Fremantle.



Decision pending

A decision on this proposal is on hold, while the City awaits further information from the applicant.

We appreciate your ongoing interest in the J-Shed development proposal. If you would like further information, please email us at plannning@fremantle.wa.gov.au.




Public comment period closed

Thank you to everyone who submitted comment on the J-Shed development application. The public comment period concluded on 14 July.

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.



What's proposed?

This application is similar to a proposal that was refused by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) in August 2016. The table below details the key differences between the previous proposal and the current proposal.


Previous proposal (refused by WAPC)

Current proposal

Land use

Tavern

Tavern

Tavern capacity (patrons)

850

400

Ticketed music events capacity (patrons)

1500

Not proposed by this application

Ticketed music events per year

Up to 12 per year (summer months)

Not proposed by this application


View plans (PDF)


Who will determine this application?

This application will not be decided by council. The determining authority is the West Australian Planning Commission, as the site is reserved under the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS).

The proposal will be reviewed by the Planning Committee, who will consider feedback from the public and the planning report, and make a recommendation to the WAPC.





A partial change of use to tavern, additions and alterations is proposed for the J Shed (Unit 1) at Fleet Street, Fremantle.


Application deferred

Deferred at council on 13 December 2017 for amended plans to be submitted. View the council minutes here.



J-Shed development proposal recommendation before council on 13 December

Full council will consider the recommendation to the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) on Wednesday 13 December.

You can read the report in the council agenda for 13 December here.


Report to Western Australian Planning Commission released

The City of Fremantle's recommendation to the determining authority, the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) will be considered by the Planning Committee on Wednesday 6 December 2017 at 6.00 pm. You can view the report below.

Planning Committee Report

In summary, it recommends the application be refused for the following reasons :

  • The proposal is inappropriate having regard to the purposes for which the land is reserved under the Metropolitan Region Scheme.
  • The proposal is inconsistent with objectives 3.1 and 3.2 of the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Policy DGF5 – Arthur Head Reserve Strategy Plan.
  • The proposal is inconsistent with Policy 3 of the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Policy DGF6 – Arthur Head – (West End of High Street, Fremantle).
  • The proposal is inconsistent with clause 3.4 of the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Policy DGF26 – Planning Policy for the West End of Victoria Quay.
  • The proposal is inconsistent with clause 1.1 of the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Policy DBU6 – Late Night Entertainment Venues Serving Alcohol.
  • The proposal is inconsistent with clause 4.1.2(b) of the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Policy DGF14 – Fremantle West End Conservation Area Policy.

If you would like to address the Committee before they debate the recommendation, you'll need to register. To register to speak, please contact us in advance or put your name down just before the meeting on the form outside the chamber between 5.30 pm and 5.50 pm. If you would like to simply observe the meeting, there is no need to register.




Planning Committee meeting to review recommendation to WAPC in December

The Planning Committee meeting is open to all who made a submission and the public to attend. This meeting will take place on Wednesday 6 December 2017 in council chambers at the City of Fremantle.



Decision pending

A decision on this proposal is on hold, while the City awaits further information from the applicant.

We appreciate your ongoing interest in the J-Shed development proposal. If you would like further information, please email us at plannning@fremantle.wa.gov.au.




Public comment period closed

Thank you to everyone who submitted comment on the J-Shed development application. The public comment period concluded on 14 July.

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.



What's proposed?

This application is similar to a proposal that was refused by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) in August 2016. The table below details the key differences between the previous proposal and the current proposal.


Previous proposal (refused by WAPC)

Current proposal

Land use

Tavern

Tavern

Tavern capacity (patrons)

850

400

Ticketed music events capacity (patrons)

1500

Not proposed by this application

Ticketed music events per year

Up to 12 per year (summer months)

Not proposed by this application


View plans (PDF)


Who will determine this application?

This application will not be decided by council. The determining authority is the West Australian Planning Commission, as the site is reserved under the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS).

The proposal will be reviewed by the Planning Committee, who will consider feedback from the public and the planning report, and make a recommendation to the WAPC.