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The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage conducts the Land Use and Employment Survey to gain a greater understanding of the land use and employment dynamics across the Perth metropolitan and Peel region and selected regional centres. The survey is of all commercial, industrial, public purpose and recreation/open space land uses. Key information relating to land use and employment is collected including:

  • The type of activities businesses conduct;
  • How much floor space the activity occupies; and
  • How many people work in each activity.

Download the Perth and Peel Land Use and Employment Survey 2015/17 fact sheet (PDF 1815 KB) and the Glossary information sheet (PDF 427 KB)

Land Use and Employment Survey table data

Each region is available for download as an Excel spreadsheet below.

North-west Sub-region
City of Joondalup 2015/17 
City of Wanneroo 2015/17

North-east Sub-region
City of Swan 2015/17
City of Kalamunda 2015/17
Shire of Mundaring 2015/17

Central Sub-region
City of Bayswater 2015/17
City of Belmont 2015/17
City of Canning 2015/17
City of Fremantle 2015/17
City of Melville 2015/17
City of Nedlands 2015/17
City of Perth 2015/17
City of South Perth 2015/17
City of Stirling 2015/17
City of Subiaco 2015/17
City of Vincent 2015/17
Shire of Peppermint Grove 2015/17
Town of Bassendean 2015/17
Town of Cambridge 2015/17
Town of Claremont 2015/17
Town of Cottesloe 2015/17
Town of East Fremantle 2015/17
Town of Mosman Park 2015/17
Town of Victoria Park 2015/17

South-west Sub-region
City of Cockburn 2015/17
City of Kwinana 2015/17
City of Rockingham 2015/17

South-east Sub-region
City of Armadale 2015/17
City of Gosnells 2015/17
Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale 2015/17

Peel Sub-region
City of Mandurah 2015/17
Shire of Boddington 2015/17
Shire of Murray 2015/17
Shire of Waroona 2015/17

Please note that the spatial boundaries of the Land Use and Employment Survey complexes can be viewed on PlanWA.

Contact us if you would like more information on the Land Use and Employment Survey.