Planning control areas

The purpose of declaring planning control areas is to protect land that has a specific purpose.

Contents

  1. PCA 123 - Scarborough Beach Road between Odin Road and Hinderwell Street - City of Stirling - Oct 2016
  2. PCA 125 - Charles Street (between Carr Street and Green Street) - City of Vincent - Jan 2017
  3. PCA 126 - Dampier Drive Extension, Karnup - City of Rockingham - Feb 2018
  4. PCA 129 - Lot 77 Yangedi Road, Keysbrook - Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale - May 2018
  5. PCA's 130-135 - Yanchep Rail Extension, Thornlie-Cockburn Link and Bayswater Station - May 2019 (PCA 135 revoked)
  6. PCA 134 – Thornlie Cockburn Link (Metronet) – Ranford Road - December 2020
  7. PCA 136 - Claremont Station (METRONET) - Jul 2019
  8. PCA 137 - Paganoni Road Realignment - Dec 2019
  9. PCA 140 - Breakwater Drive - Dec 2019
  10. PCA 142 - Orrong Road - Mar 2020
  11. PCA's 144-149 and 151 - Morley Ellenbrook Line, City of Bayswater, City of Swan - Aug 2020
  12. PCA 150 - Bullsbrook Intermodal Transport Facility - City of Swan - Jun 2020
  13. PCA 152 - Midland Freight Rail Realignment - Aug 2020
  14. PCA 153 - Canning Highway (Applecross, Como) - City of Melville and City of South Perth - Aug 2020
  15. PCA 154 - Stock Road, Bullsbrook - City of Swan - Aug 2020
  16. PCA 155 - Stakehill Road (Karnup) - City of Rockingham - Aug 2020
  17. PCA 156 - Rowley Road (Kwinana Freeway and Rockingham Road) - City of Cockburn and City of Kwinana - Sep 2020
  18. PCA 157 - Anketell Road (Kwinana Freeway and Rockingham Road) - City of Kwinana - Sep 2020
  19. PCA 158 - Curtin Avenue (North Fremantle) - City of Fremantle - Sep 2020
  20. PCA 159 Hutton Street (Hector Street to Howe Street) - Oct 2020
  21. PCA 161 - Thomas-Kargotich Roads Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale - Nov 2020
  22. PCA 162 - Kenwick Rail Freight Facility, City of Gosnells - Dec 2020
  23. PCA 163 - Lloyd Street (Great Eastern Highway Bypass and Workshops Avenue) City of Swan
  24. PCA 166 - Scarborough Beach Road - Hinderwell Street to Odin Road, King Edward Road to Main Street (Cities of Stirling and Vincent)
  25. Peel Region Scheme PCA 4 - Lots 2, 3 and 4 Tonkin Drive, North Yunderup - Shire of Murray - June 2018
  26. Peel Region Scheme PCA 3 - Lot 412 Big Lake View, Barragup - Shire of Murray - Aug 2017
  27. Greater Bunbury Region Scheme PCA 1 - Bunbury Outer Ring Road, Primary Regional Road

The Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) can declare that a planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice its purpose or its potential reservation in the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS),  Peel Region Scheme (PRS) or Greater Bunbury Region Scheme (GBRS).  As a result, all development applications are determined by the WAPC.

Declaration of Planning Control Areas (PCAs), under Section 112 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, is a standard statutory planning process commonly used to protect strategic land from inappropriate development and can include acquisition by the WAPC where required.  A PCA remains in place for up to five years, to allow an MRS/PRS/GBRS amendment to be put in place.  

PCA 123 - Scarborough Beach Road between Odin Road and Hinderwell Street - City of Stirling - Oct 2016

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Amending Plan 1.7419/1 (PDF 1 MB)
Amending Plan 1.7420/1 (PDF 1 MB)
Amending Plan 1.7421/1 (PDF 1 MB)
Amending Plan 1.7422/1 (PDF 1 MB)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over the proposed Scarborough Beach Road Reservation between Odin Road and Hinderwell Street (WAPC) plan numbers 1.7419/1, 1.7420/1, 1.7421/1 and 1.7422/1.

Purpose

PCA 123 is required for Scarborough Beach Road between Odin Road and Hinderwell Street in Stirling to protect additional land required for future transport improvements identified in the Scarborough Beach Road Activity Corridor Framework Study (2013).

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • Main Roads WA, Library, Don Aitken Building, Waterloo Crescent, East Perth
  • City of Stirling, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling

PCA 125 - Charles Street (between Carr Street and Green Street) - City of Vincent - Jan 2017

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Planning Control Area 125 - Amending Plan 1.7444 (PDF 731 kb)
Planning Control Area 125 - Amending Plan 1.7445 (PDF 703 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land at Charles Street between Carr Street and Green Street in the City of Vincent as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbers 1.7444 and 1.7445.

Purpose

Charles Street is the subject of Planning Control Area No. 100, it is due to expire on 10 February 2017. The declaration of Planning Control Area No. 125 will renew the existing control measures over this area for a further five year period. The extension of the existing PCA is required to allow the completion of the final design of Charles Street. The Commission considers that the Planning Control Area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Primary Regional Roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Vincent

PCA 126 - Dampier Drive Extension, Karnup - City of Rockingham - Feb 2018

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PCA 2923 Plan (PDF 441 kb)
PCA 126 - FAQs (PDF 1 MB)
Your property and the planning system - region schemes (PDF 188 kb)

Overview

Planning Control Area (PCA) 126 was declared on 13 February 2018 over land around the intersection of Dampier Drive and Mandurah Road, Karnup – west of Sawley Close to Nairn Road to the east, Paganoni Road to the south and north of Dampier Drive.

The PCA will protect this land from development to enable an amendment to the Metropolitan Region Scheme to be progressed.

This land has been identified for the potential future extension of Dampier Drive including a grade separated interchange (fly-over) over Mandurah Road. The proposed extension aims to improve traffic flow and increase connectivity between future communities in the Karnup area. There is no timeframe or budget for the proposed extension.

What does this mean for landowners within PCA 126?

Landowners can continue to use and enjoy their house and land as usual. The WA Planning Commission becomes the decision-making authority for any development (for example, renovations, sheds and patios) or subdivision applications relating to land within the PCA. The usual process will continue with the City of Rockingham forwarding any development applications to the WAPC for consideration.

The same compensation and alternative purchase rules apply as a region scheme. Land owners within the PCA may be entitled to make a claim for compensation and/or the land may be purchased by the WAPC – see the above download Your property and the planning system – region schemes for more information.

What is a planning control area?

A PCA is a temporary measure to protect land required for a public purpose from development while an amendment to a region scheme is progressed.

Development cannot be carried out within the PCA area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 with a further fine of $25,000 for each additional day the offence continues.

A PCA remains in effect for a period of five years from the date it is published in the Government Gazette or until it is revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister.

Where can I view PCA 126?

These documents can also be viewed at the following locations:

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Rockingham, 12 Civic Boulevard, Rockingham.

If you have a question?

Contact 6551 8002 and ask for the officer in charge of Planning Control Area 126.

Status

13 February 2018: Planning Control Area 126 declared 

PCA 129 - Lot 77 Yangedi Road, Keysbrook - Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale - May 2018

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Planning Control Area 129 - Plan 3.2712 (PDF 215 kb)

Overview

Planning Control Area (PCA) 129 was declared on 29 May 2018 over land at lot 77 Yangedi Road, Keysbrook in the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale.

The PCA will protect the environmental values of this land. The WAPC considers that the PCA is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Parks and Recreation in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

What is a planning control area?

A PCA is a temporary measure to protect land required for a public purpose from development while an amendment to a region scheme is progressed.

Development cannot be carried out within the PCA area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 with a further fine of $25,000 for each additional day the offence continues.

A PCA remains in effect for a period of five years from the date it is published in the Government Gazette or until it is revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister.

Where can I view PCA 129?

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale.

If you have a question

Contact 6551 8002 and ask for the officer in charge of Planning Control Area 129.

PCA 136 - Claremont Station (METRONET) - Jul 2019

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Planning control area 136 - Plan 3.2737 (PDF 280 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over the land required for railway (METRONET) purposes as shown Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 3.2737.
Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to facilitate redevelopment of Claremont station and enable works required for railways and related public purposes. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • Town of Claremont.

PCA 137 - Paganoni Road Realignment - Dec 2019

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Planning control area 137 - Plan 3.2741 (PDF 183 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land at Lot 805 Paganoni Road, Karnup as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 3.2741.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to provide immediate protection for the realignment of Paganoni Road. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Other Regional Roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Rockingham, Civic Boulevard, Rockingham.

PCA 140 - Breakwater Drive - Dec 2019

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PCA Plans combined (PDF 847 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area on Breakwater Drive between Mitchell Freeway Reserve and Damepattie Drive as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans number 1.7910, 1,7911, 17912 and 1, 7913.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to allow the possible future reservation of the lands for regional road purposes.  This is required for upgrading Breakwater Drive in response to future increase in traffic demand in Yanchep – Two Rocks area and to provide an east-west regional road north of Reef Break Drive.

The Western Australian Planning Commission considers that the Planning Control Area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which may prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for regional roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a Planning Control Area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Wanneroo, 23 Dundebar Road, Wanneroo

PCA 142 - Orrong Road - Mar 2020

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PCA 142 - combined plans (PDF 1 MB)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over Orrong Road, as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission plans number 1.7924 and 1.7925.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to protect land required for the future upgrade of Orrong Road. The WAPC considers that the Planning Control Area is required over the whole of the property to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Primary Regional Roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Belmont, 215 Wright Street, Cloverdale, City of Canning, 1317 Albany Highway, Cannington and Town of Victoria Park, 99 Shepperton Road, Victoria Park

PCA's 144-149 and 151 - Morley Ellenbrook Line, City of Bayswater, City of Swan - Aug 2020

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PCA 144 3.2760 (PDF 252 kb)
PCA 145 3.2764 (PDF 398 kb)
PCA 146 3.2761 (PDF 285 kb)
PCA 147 3.2762 (PDF 280 kb)
PCA 148 3.2763 (PDF 303 kb)
PCA 149 Amending Government Gazette (PDF 126 kb)
PCA 149 3.2770/1 (PDF 310 kb)
PCA 151 3.2769 (PDF 264 kb)
PCA 145 Amending Plan (PDF 1 MB)
PCA 145 Malaga Government Gazette (Word 26 kb)
PCA 149 Government-Gazette (PDF 135 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control areas for the Morley Ellenbrook Line as shown on the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans numbered 3.2760, 3.2764, 3.2761, 3.2762, 3.2763, 3.2770 and 3.2769.

The Minister for Planning as granted approval to amend Planning Control Area 149. The planning control area has previously been declared to protect land required for the Morley Ellenbrook Line at Bennett Springs. The planning control area is now modified to remove a portion of Lot 624 Marshall Road, Bennett Springs in accordance with Part 7 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbered 3.2770/1.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control areas is to facilitate development of the land for Railway purposes, and to allow the future reservation of land in the Metropolitan Region Scheme. The WAPC considers that the planning control areas are required to ensure that no development occurs which might prejudice this outcome.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Bayswater, 61 Broun Avenue, Morley
  • City of Swan, 2 Midland Square, Midland.

PCA 150 - Bullsbrook Intermodal Transport Facility - City of Swan - Jun 2020

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PCA 150 Amending plan 3.2768 (PDF 227 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area for Bullsbrook Intermodal Transport Facility as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 3.2768.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to protect land that is required for the future Bullsbrook Intermodal Transport Facility. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required over the identified properties to ensure that no development occurs on this land that might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Railways in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

PCA 152 - Midland Freight Rail Realignment - Aug 2020

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PCA 152 - combined plans (PDF 386 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over the land identified for the proposed Midland Freight Rail Realignment as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans numbered 1.7954, 1.7955 and 1.7956.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to protect land that may be required for the future realignment of the Midland freight railway.

The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for railways in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Swan, 2 Midland Square Midland

PCA 153 - Canning Highway (Applecross, Como) - City of Melville and City of South Perth - Aug 2020

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PCA plans combined (PDF 689 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land for Canning Highway (Applecross, Como) as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans number 1.7970, 1.7971, 1.7972, 1.7973 and 1.7974.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is for widening and upgrading of Canning Highway.  The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required over the whole of the property to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved it for Primary Regional Roads purposes in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Melville, 10 Almondbury Road, Booragoon
  • City of South Perth, Cnr Sandgate Street & South Terrace, South Perth

PCA 154 - Stock Road, Bullsbrook - City of Swan - Aug 2020

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PCA 154 - combined plans (PDF 277 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area (PCA) over land for Stock Road, Bullsbrook as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans number 1.7967, 1.7968 and 1.7969

Purpose

The purpose of the PCA is for widening and upgrading of Stock Road. The WAPC considers that the PCA is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which may prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for regional roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a PCA without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Swan, 2 Midland Square, Midland

PCA 155 - Stakehill Road (Karnup) - City of Rockingham - Aug 2020

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PCA plans combined (PDF 332 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area (PCA) over land for Stakehill Road, Karnup as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans number 1.7932, 1.7933, 1.7934 and 1.7935.

Purpose

The purpose of the PCA is to provide immediate protection for the future widening and upgrading of Stakehill, Baldivis and Karnup Roads between the western boundary of Fletcher Road on Stakehill Road (Lot 166) to the Kwinana Freeway. The WAPC considers that the PCA is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Other Regional Roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Rockingham, Civic Boulevard, Rockingham

PCA 156 - Rowley Road (Kwinana Freeway and Rockingham Road) - City of Cockburn and City of Kwinana - Sep 2020

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PCA combined plans (PDF 486 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land on Rowley Road (Kwinana Freeway and Rockingham Road) as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans number 1.7962 and 1.7963.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to proposed primary distributor road and primary freight route to accommodate Perth’s future population growth in the southern corridors of the metropolitan area and its freight and transport needs. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required over the whole of the property to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for primary regional road in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Cockburn, 9 Coleville Crescent, Spearwood
  • City of Kwinana, Cnr Gilmore Avenue and Sulpher Road, Kwinana

PCA 157 - Anketell Road (Kwinana Freeway and Rockingham Road) - City of Kwinana - Sep 2020

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PCA 157 combined plans (PDF 334 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area (PCA) over land on Anketell Road (between Kwinana Freeway and Rockingham Road) as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans number 1.7957 and 1.7958.

Purpose

The purpose of the PCA is to protect Anketell Road as a proposed primary distributor road and primary freight route to accommodate future population growth in the south metropolitan area. The WAPC considers that the PCA is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS).

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a PCA without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the MRS for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Kwinana, Cnr Gilmore Avenue and Sulphur Road, Kwinana

PCA 158 - Curtin Avenue (North Fremantle) - City of Fremantle - Sep 2020

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PCA 158 Amending plan 1-7977 (PDF 278 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over land on Tydeman Road, Port Beach Road, Curtin Avenue and Stirling Highway (North Fremantle) as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 1.7977.

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to protect land required for a future road realignment and the associated upgrades. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required over the whole of the property to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for primary regional road in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Fremantle, Town Hall Centre, 8 William Street, Fremantle

PCA 159 Hutton Street (Hector Street to Howe Street) - Oct 2020

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PCA 159 Amending Plan 1-7975 (PDF 233 kb)
PCA 159 Amending Plan 1-7976 (PDF 230 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area (PCA) 159 over land for Hutton Street (Hector Street to Howe Street), Osborne Park as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans number 1.7975 and 1.7976.

Purpose

The purpose of the PCA 159 is for future upgrade of Hutton Street and to facilitate its regional road function. The WAPC considers that the PCA 159 is required over the whole of the property to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose reserved for Other Regional Road in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a PCA without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Stirling, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling

PCA 161 - Thomas-Kargotich Roads Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale - Nov 2020

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PCA 161 Amending Plan 1.7979 (PDF 215 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area (PCA) 161 over land for Thomas-Kargotich Roads, Oakford as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans number 1.7979.

Purpose

The purpose of PCA 161 is to protect a section of Thomas Road for future upgrade in line with its freight and regional road functions. The WAPC considers that PCA 161 is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Primary Regional Roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS).

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a PCA without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the MRS for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale, 6 Paterson Street, Mundijong

PCA 162 - Kenwick Rail Freight Facility, City of Gosnells - Dec 2020

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PCA 162 Amending Plan 1.7981 (PDF 436 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of Planning Control Area (PCA) 162 over land for Kenwick Rail Freight Facility as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbered 1.7981.

Purpose 

The purpose of PCA 162 is to protect land to allow the grinding and welding of rail, to replace sections of track across the freight network as needed.  The WAPC considers that PCA 162 is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Railway reservation in the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS).

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a PCA without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the MRS for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Gosnells, 2120 Albany Hwy, Gosnells

PCA 163 - Lloyd Street (Great Eastern Highway Bypass and Workshops Avenue) City of Swan

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Planning Control Area 163 - Amending Plan 1.7987 (PDF 253 kb)
Planning Control Area 163 - Amending Plan 1.7988 (PDF 222 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of Planning Control Area (PCA) 163 over land required for Lloyd Street between Great Eastern Highway Bypass and Workshops Avenue as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plans number 1.7987 and 1.7988.

Purpose

The purpose of the PCA is to protect the Lloyd Street southern alignment, which is intended to be a future Other Regional Road. Lloyd Street provided an important regional connection to Midland Activity Centre, Perth Airport, the Hazelmere, Kewdale and Forrestfield industrial areas. The WAPC considers that the new PCA is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Other Regional Roads purposes in the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS). 

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a PCA without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the MRS for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Swan, 2 Midland Square, Midland, WA 6056

PCA 166 - Scarborough Beach Road - Hinderwell Street to Odin Road, King Edward Road to Main Street (Cities of Stirling and Vincent)

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PCA 166 - Amending Plan 1.7994 (PDF 465KB) 
PCA 166 - Amending Plan 1.7995 (PDF 454KB)
PCA 166 - Amending Plan 1.7996 (PDF 328KB)
PCA 166 - Amending Plan 1.7997 (PDF 361KB)
Gazette Notice - Revocation of Planning Control Areas: 123 & 127 (Word 27KB)

General description
The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a planning control area over portions of Scarborough Beach Road (from Hinderwell Street to Odin Road and from King Edward Road to Main Street) as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan numbers 1.7994, 1.7995, 1.7996 and 1.7997.

Purpose
The purpose of the planning control area is to protect land for the future widening and improvement of the Scarborough Beach Road Other Regional Road reservation. The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required over the property to ensure that no development occurs on this land which might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Other Regional Roads in the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

Duration and effects
The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Metropolitan Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • City of Stirling
  • City of Vincent

Peel Region Scheme PCA 4 - Lots 2, 3 and 4 Tonkin Drive, North Yunderup - Shire of Murray - June 2018

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Planning Control Area 4 - Plan No. 3.2711 (PDF 928 kb)

General description

The Minister for Planning; Lands has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area over land at Lots 2, 3 and 4 Tonkin Drive, North Yunderup in the Shire of Murray as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan 3.2711

Purpose

The purpose of the planning control area is to protect the environmental values of the land.  The WAPC considers that the planning control area is required over the whole of the properties to ensure that no development occurs on the land which might prejudice these values until it may be reserved for Regional Open Space in the Peel Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Peel Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • Department for Planning, Lands and Heritage, unit 2B /11-13 Pinjarra Road, Mandurah
  • Shire of Murray, 1915 Pinjarra Road, Pinjarra
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre.

Peel Region Scheme PCA 3 - Lot 412 Big Lake View, Barragup - Shire of Murray - Aug 2017

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Planning Control Area 3 - Plan No. 4.1642 (PDF 200 kb)

Declaration of Planning Control Area

The Minister for Planning; Lands has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area over land at Lot 412 (17) Big Lake View, Barragup in the Shire of Murray.  This is shown on Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) plan number 4.1642.

Declaration of Planning Control Area No. 3 over this land will protect the environmental values of the land, provide access to land-locked regional open space on the eastern side of Black Lake and mitigate the fire access risk.  The WAPC considers that the Planning Control Area is required to ensure no development occurs on the land that might prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Regional Open Space in the Peel Region Scheme.

The planning control area remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval from the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a planning control area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by the WAPC in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Peel Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage, Unit 2B, 11-13 Pinjarra Road, Mandurah
  • J S Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
  • Municipal office of the Shire of Murray, 1915 Pinjarra Road, Pinjarra WA

Greater Bunbury Region Scheme PCA 1 - Bunbury Outer Ring Road, Primary Regional Road

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PCA 1 - Combined plans (PDF 8 MB)

General description

The Minister for Planning has granted approval to the declaration of a Planning Control Area for the Bunbury Outer Ring Road between Forrest Highway and Bussell Hwy as shown on Western Australian Planning Commission plan numbers 1.7936; 1.7937; 1.7938; 1.7939; 1.7940; 1.7941; 1.7942; 1.7943; 1.7944; 1.7945; 1.7946; 1.7947; 1.7948; 1.7949; 1.7950; 1.7951.

Purpose

The purpose of the Planning Control Area is to allow the possible future reservation of the lands for regional road purposes.  This is required for the construction of the northern and southern sections of the Bunbury Outer Ring Road and the upgrading of the centre section in response to future increase in traffic demand in the Greater Bunbury sub-region area.  It will also promote greater traffic permeability to the remainder of the South-West Region.

The WAPC considers that the Planning Control Area is required to ensure that no development occurs on this land which may prejudice this purpose until it may be reserved for Primary Regional Roads in the Greater Bunbury Region Scheme.

Duration and effects

The declaration remains in effect for a period of five years from the date of publication of this notice in the Government Gazette or until revoked by the WAPC with approval by the Minister, whichever is the sooner.

A person shall not commence and carry out development in a Planning Control Area without the prior approval of the WAPC. The penalty for failure to comply with this requirement is $200,000 and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of $25,000 for each day during which the offence continues.

Compensation is payable in respect of land injuriously affected by this declaration, and land so affected may be acquired by Main Roads WA in the same circumstances and in the same manner as if the land had been reserved in the Greater Bunbury Region Scheme for a public purpose.

Display locations

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
  • Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage, Level 6 / 61 Victoria Street Bunbury
  • City of Bunbury, 4 Stephen Street Bunbury
  • Shire of Capel, 31 Forrest Road Capel
  • Shire of Dardanup, 1 Council Drive Eaton and 3 Little Street Dardanup
  • Shire of Harvey, 102 Uduc Road Harvey and 7 Mulgara Street Australind
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