Development Application│Naval Stores│141 Queen Victoria Street Fremantle

Consultation has concluded



Western Australian Planning Commission decision

The Naval Stores development application was referred to the Western Australian Planning Commission for approval under the Metropolitan Region Scheme in February. The development was approved.

Updates on the Cantonment Hill Project are available here.



Planning Committee resolution

On 1 February 2017, the Planning Committee resolved to:

  • Approve the development application under the City's Local Planning Scheme.
  • Send the development application to the Western Australian Planning Commission for approval under Metropolitan Region Scheme.
  • Direct officers to investigate parking management options to minimise impact of the development on local residents, particularly around Tuckfield Street, Euphrasie Court and Dorothy Street.

To read the recommendation in full, take a look at the Planning Committee minutes.



Report before council in February

A report on the Naval Stores development application will be considered by the Planning Committee on 1 February 2017 at 6.00pm. Anyone can attend the Planning Committee. 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

The public comment period on the Naval Stores development application has now closed. Your submissions are currently being reviewed and a report prepared for the next appropriate Planning Committee meeting.



Open for comment

A development application for adaptive reuse of the Naval Stores at 141 Queen Victoria Street Fremantle is available for public comment until 12 January 2017.

The application is related to the Cantonment Hill Project and seeks approval to modify the state-heritage listed building to accommodate:
  • shared office, event, workshop and conference space
  • cafe
  • toilets and outdoor seating areas
  • indoor rock climbing gym
The applicant has requested discretionary approval for on-site car parking and change of use to private recreation, office and restaurant/cafe.





Western Australian Planning Commission decision

The Naval Stores development application was referred to the Western Australian Planning Commission for approval under the Metropolitan Region Scheme in February. The development was approved.

Updates on the Cantonment Hill Project are available here.



Planning Committee resolution

On 1 February 2017, the Planning Committee resolved to:

  • Approve the development application under the City's Local Planning Scheme.
  • Send the development application to the Western Australian Planning Commission for approval under Metropolitan Region Scheme.
  • Direct officers to investigate parking management options to minimise impact of the development on local residents, particularly around Tuckfield Street, Euphrasie Court and Dorothy Street.

To read the recommendation in full, take a look at the Planning Committee minutes.



Report before council in February

A report on the Naval Stores development application will be considered by the Planning Committee on 1 February 2017 at 6.00pm. Anyone can attend the Planning Committee. 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

The public comment period on the Naval Stores development application has now closed. Your submissions are currently being reviewed and a report prepared for the next appropriate Planning Committee meeting.



Open for comment

A development application for adaptive reuse of the Naval Stores at 141 Queen Victoria Street Fremantle is available for public comment until 12 January 2017.

The application is related to the Cantonment Hill Project and seeks approval to modify the state-heritage listed building to accommodate:
  • shared office, event, workshop and conference space
  • cafe
  • toilets and outdoor seating areas
  • indoor rock climbing gym
The applicant has requested discretionary approval for on-site car parking and change of use to private recreation, office and restaurant/cafe.