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DAP-2021-13 Proposed Mixed Use Development - 65A-65B Canning Beach Road, Applecross

DAP-2021-13 Proposed Mixed Use Development - 65A-65B Canning Beach Road, Applecross

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Proposed construction of a seven storey development comprising of one commercial tenancy and five apartments.

Last Updated: 24 November 2021

What is being proposed?

  • The construction of a seven storey development comprising of one commercial tenancy and five apartments located at 65A and 65B Canning Beach Road, Applecross
  • The proposal is zoned M10 under the Canning Bridge Activity Centre Plan
  • Each apartment will comprise 3 bedrooms. The development will have 14 bays serving the future occupancy and commercial tenancy (including an ACROD bay)
  • Motorcycle and bicycle bays are also provided
  • Public Art is proposed to be part of the development

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Opportunities to get involved

Submissions closed 4.00pm Monday, 13 December 2021.

For more information about the development application and what happens with your feedback, see the FAQs below.

Timeline

  • 11 October 2021
  • Application Received
  • 29 November - 13 December 2021
  • Public comment period
  • 3 February 2022
  • RAR Due Date

FAQ's

Who are we engaging with?

The application will be advertised via letters sent to the adjoining property owners and residents.

The wider community is engaged with via the City of Melville website.

How can you get involved?

Community are invited to make a formal submission via;

  • Melville Talks using the online submission form
  • In person, 10 Almondbury Street, Booragoon
  • By letter to: Chief Executive Officer, City of Melville, Locked Bag 1, Booragoon WA 6954
Who is the decision maker?

The development cost is $5.8 million and the applicant has elected for the development application to be determined by the Metro Inner South Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP).

For more information on Development Assessment Panels please refer to this link.

How is this development assessed by the City?

The City will assess the proposal against the relevant planning provisions of City of Melville Local Planning Scheme No. 6 and relevant state and local planning policies including the Canning Bridge Activity Centre.

The details of this development proposal were considered by the City of Melville Design Review Panel at the pre-application stage to ensure high quality design.

At the completion of the assessment a Responsible Authority Report (RAR) will be prepared by the City’s planning officers and sent to the JDAP to assist it in making a final decision.

Why is the City advertising this application?

As per the City of Melville Local Planning Policy 1.1 - Planning Process and Decision Making, all standard developments are required to be advertised.

What happens with your comments?

Submissions received are considered and treated on their planning merit when reporting to the JDAP, and are summarised in the RAR from the City to the JDAP. The submissions and the officer response to these will then be considered by the JDAP as part of its decision making process.

Contact Us

If you require any further information, please contact the below.

 

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NameMichael Flanagan - Planning Officer
Phone08 9364 0234
Email

michael.flanagan@melville.wa.gov.au

Location

65A - 65B Canning Beach Road, Applecross Get Directions

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