Swan Valley Omnibus 1
Call for public submissions
The WAPC is seeking public comment on three proposals to amend the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS) for land in the City of Swan.
- Lot 33 Padbury Avenue, Millendon - to transfer 6.50 hectares and a portion of the Padbury Avenue road reserve from Parks and Recreation reservation to the Rural zone.
- Lot 102 Harrow Street, West Swan - to transfer 3.29 hectares from Public Purposes - Commonwealth Government reservation to the Rural zone.
- Riverbank Detention Centre, Caversham - to transfer 0.19 hectares from Parks and Recreation to the Rural zone.
Making a submission
Submissions close 5pm, Friday 22 June 2018.
If you would like to make a submission, please provide your feedback by using the online feedback form.
Alternatively, you can download and print the submission form.
Written submissions can be made by post to: Secretary, WA Planning Commission, Locked Bag 2506, Perth WA 6001.
Late submissions will not be considered.
Plans showing the proposed changes and the WAPC amendment report are avialble to download above or for viewing in person at:
- Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth
- JS Battye Library, Level 3 Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre
- Municipal offices of the City of Perth, City of Fremantle, City of Swan and Shire of Mundaring.
If you have a question
If you have any questions please contact Andrew Thomas, Senior Planning Officer at the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage on 6551 9615.
How long does an MRS amendment take?
In general, a major MRS amendment usually takes 24 months to complete, depending on the environmental assessment process, the number of submissions and requests for hearings. The WAPC will consider all submissions before making a recommendation to the Minister for Planning.
Where to get more information on the MRS amendment process
If you would like more information on the MRS process and how amendments are made, see Your property and the planning system - region schemes.
March 2018 – MRS amendment open for public comment.