Development Application │29 Leighton Beach Boulevard Proposed Small Bar

Consultation has concluded.

Planning Committee granted approval to this proposal at its meeting on 4 April 2018.



The City of Fremantle has readvertised a development proposal for a small bar in North Fremantle.


Small bar approved

The Planning Committee approved a small bar for 29 Leighton Beach Boulevard on 4 April 2018. Council approved the application on 18 April 2018. View the minutes of the meeting to read the full set of planning conditions, including noise regulation.



Planning Committee to consider development application for a proposed small bar

The Planning Committee will be considering the development application for a proposed small bar at 29 Leighton Beach Boulevard at its meeting on:

Date: Wednesday 4 April 2018
Time: 6.00pm
Venue: North Fremantle Community Hall

The report and agenda papers for this meeting can be viewed at https://www.fremantle.wa.gov.au/council/agendas-and-minutes

You can address the committee on this proposal if you wish, please be aware there is a three-minute time limit. The opportunity to address the committee is given during 'public question time' - contact the minute secretary on 9432 9999 or email planning@fremantle.wa.gov.au before 3.00pm on the day of the meeting, or register at the venue before 5.50pm. For more information about council and committee meetings, visit https://www.fremantle.wa.gov.au/council/mayor-and-councillors/council-and-committee-meetings.



What's proposed?

A small bar at 29 Leighton Beach Boulevard, North Fremantle.

  • The bar will also operate as a café and deli during the day.
  • The premises will combine two ground floor retail tenancies to form the ‘small bar’.
  • The café/deli would operate from 6.30 am - 6.30 pm.
  • The small bar would operate from 5.00 pm -12 midnight and cater for up to 75 patrons.
  • The café-bar would be managed by a team of eight staff members over summer and five throughout winter.
  • The tenancies have access to two on site car parking bays, within the existing basement.


Where can I see the plans?

The plans and associated documents are available below:

29 Leighton Beach Boulevard Plans Small Bar

If you have any questions about the plans call Sam Moss on 9432 9999 or email plannning@fremantle.wa.gov.au


Have the plans changed since they were first advertised in January 2018?

No. The plans are being readvertised because the Planning Committee decided on 7 March 2018 that further public comment was required. Any additional public input will be considered by the City and provided to the Planning Committee before they make a decision.


How can I make a submission?

The public comment period closed on Monday 26 March 2018.


What happens to my comments?

Your comments will be considered in our assessment of the proposal and provided to Planning Committee to review before they make a decision.

All submitters will be notified on the Planning Committee meeting date. Submitters or any interested member of the public may attend the meeting.




The City of Fremantle has readvertised a development proposal for a small bar in North Fremantle.


Small bar approved

The Planning Committee approved a small bar for 29 Leighton Beach Boulevard on 4 April 2018. Council approved the application on 18 April 2018. View the minutes of the meeting to read the full set of planning conditions, including noise regulation.



Planning Committee to consider development application for a proposed small bar

The Planning Committee will be considering the development application for a proposed small bar at 29 Leighton Beach Boulevard at its meeting on:

Date: Wednesday 4 April 2018
Time: 6.00pm
Venue: North Fremantle Community Hall

The report and agenda papers for this meeting can be viewed at https://www.fremantle.wa.gov.au/council/agendas-and-minutes

You can address the committee on this proposal if you wish, please be aware there is a three-minute time limit. The opportunity to address the committee is given during 'public question time' - contact the minute secretary on 9432 9999 or email planning@fremantle.wa.gov.au before 3.00pm on the day of the meeting, or register at the venue before 5.50pm. For more information about council and committee meetings, visit https://www.fremantle.wa.gov.au/council/mayor-and-councillors/council-and-committee-meetings.



What's proposed?

A small bar at 29 Leighton Beach Boulevard, North Fremantle.

  • The bar will also operate as a café and deli during the day.
  • The premises will combine two ground floor retail tenancies to form the ‘small bar’.
  • The café/deli would operate from 6.30 am - 6.30 pm.
  • The small bar would operate from 5.00 pm -12 midnight and cater for up to 75 patrons.
  • The café-bar would be managed by a team of eight staff members over summer and five throughout winter.
  • The tenancies have access to two on site car parking bays, within the existing basement.


Where can I see the plans?

The plans and associated documents are available below:

29 Leighton Beach Boulevard Plans Small Bar

If you have any questions about the plans call Sam Moss on 9432 9999 or email plannning@fremantle.wa.gov.au


Have the plans changed since they were first advertised in January 2018?

No. The plans are being readvertised because the Planning Committee decided on 7 March 2018 that further public comment was required. Any additional public input will be considered by the City and provided to the Planning Committee before they make a decision.


How can I make a submission?

The public comment period closed on Monday 26 March 2018.


What happens to my comments?

Your comments will be considered in our assessment of the proposal and provided to Planning Committee to review before they make a decision.

All submitters will be notified on the Planning Committee meeting date. Submitters or any interested member of the public may attend the meeting.



Development Application│29 Leighton Beach Boulevard, Proposed Small Bar

Consultation has concluded.

Planning Committee granted approval to this proposal at its meeting on 4 April 2018.