Project: Edgewater

Project in Edgewater

2 Lot & Common Property Survey-Strata Subdivision


Suburb: Edgewater


Original Number of Lots: 1


Final Number of Lots: 2 plus Common Property


 

Agencies involved

– City of Joondalup
– Water Corporation
– Western Power

Planning Conditions

(Western Australian Planning Commission 2018)

“1. All buildings having the necessary clearance from the new boundaries as required under the relevant legislation including the Local Planning Scheme, Building Act 2011, and National Construction Code Series/Building Code of Australia (as amended). (Local Government)

2. Other than buildings, outbuildings and/or structures shown on the approved plan for retention, all buildings, outbuildings and/or structures present on Lots 2 and CP3 at the time of subdivision approval being demolished and materials removed from the lot(s). (Local Government)

3. The existing dwelling being retained is to comply with the requirements of the Residential Design Codes. (Local Government)

4. The land being filled, stabilised, drained and/or graded as required to ensure that:

(a)  lots can accommodate their intended development;

(b)  finished ground levels at the boundaries of the lot(s) the subject of this approval match or otherwise coordinate with the existing and/or proposed finished ground levels of the land abutting; and

(c)  stormwater is contained on-site, or appropriately treated and connected to the local drainage system. (Local Government)

5. A 1.5 metre x 1.5 metre truncation is to be provided at the junction of the access way and the Settler Way road reserve. (Local Government)

6. Suitable arrangements being made with the local government for the provision of vehicular crossover(s) to service the lot(s) shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Local Government)

7. Redundant vehicle crossover(s) to be removed and the kerbing, verge, and footpath (where relevant) reinstated with grass or landscaping to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission and to the specifications of the local government. (Local Government)

8. Arrangements being made to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission and to the specification of Western Power for the provision of an electricity supply to the survey strata lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision, which may include the provision of necessary service access rights either as an easement under Section 136C and Schedule 9A of the Transfer of Land Act 1893 for the transmission of electricity by underground cable, or (in the case of approvals containing common property) via a portion of the common property suitable for consumer mains. (Western Power)

9. Arrangements being made with the Water Corporation so that provision of a suitable water supply service will be available to the lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Water Corporation)

10. Arrangements being made with the Water Corporation so that provision of a sewerage service will be available to the lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Water Corporation)”

Key Dates

– WAPC Approval – Form 1A

issued: March 2018
received: July 2018

– Service Agreements

Water Corporation

issued: July 2018
received: July 2018

Western Power

issued: July 2018
received: July 2018

– Clearances

Water Corporation

issued: October 2018
received: October 2018

Western Power

issued: February 2019
received: March 2019

Local Government

issued: October 2018
received: February 2019

– Landgate Plan Lodgement

issued
plan: February 2019

received
IOFD’s: March 2019

– WAPC – Form 1C

issued: March 2019
approved: March 2019

– Landgate Registration

New Titles Created: May 2019

Project: Cannington

Project in Cannington

6 Lot Survey-Strata Subdivision


Suburb: Cannington


Original Number of Lots: 1


Final Number of Lots: 6


 

Agencies involved

– City of Canning
– Western Australian Planning Commission
– Western Power

Planning Conditions

(Western Australian Planning Commission 2018)

“1. An area(s) of land at least 109.8m2 in area, in a position to be agreed with the Western Australian Planning Commission, being shown on the diagram or plan of survey (deposited plan) as a reserve for public open space and vested in the Crown under Section 152 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, such land to be ceded free of cost and without any payment of compensation by the Crown. (Local Government)

2. The landowner/applicant is to provide a contribution of $9652 plus GST to the City of Canning for costs related to the construction of Bent Street and Grey Street. (Local Government)

3. Redundant vehicle crossover(s) to be removed and the kerbing, verge and footpath (where relevant) reinstated with grass or landscaping to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission and to the specifications of the local government. (Local Government)

4. Suitable arrangements being made for connection of the land to the comprehensive district drainage system at the landowner/applicant’s cost. (Local Government)

5. Drainage easements and reserves as may be required by the local government for drainage infrastructure being shown on the diagram or plan of survey (deposited plan) as such, granted free of cost, and vested in that local government under Sections 152 and 167 of the Planning and Development Act 2005. (Local Government)

6. The land being filled, stabilised, drained and/or graded as required to ensure that:

(a)  lots can accommodate their intended development;

(b)  finished ground levels at the boundaries of the lot(s) the subject of this approval match or otherwise coordinate with the existing and/or proposed finished ground levels of the land abutting; and

(c)  stormwater is contained on-site, or appropriately treated and connected to the local drainage system. (Local Government)

7. A 8.48 metre truncation is to be provided at the junction of the Station Street and Grey Street road reserves. (Local Government)

8. All septic sewer systems including all tanks and pipes and associated drainage systems (soakwells or leach drains) and any stormwater disposal systems are to be decommissioned, in accordance with the Health (Treatment of Sewerage and Disposal of Effluent and Liquid Waste) Regulations 1974, removed, filled with clean sand and compacted.  Proof of decommissioning is to be provided in the form of either certification from a licensed plumber or a statutory declaration from the landowner/applicant, confirming that the site has been inspected and all septic tanks, soakwells, leach drains and any associated pipework have been removed. (Local Government)

9. A notification, pursuant to Section 165 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 is to be placed on the certificates of title of the proposed lot(s) advising of the existence of a hazard or other factor. Notice of this notification is to be included on the diagram or plan of survey (deposited plan). The notification is to state as follows:

‘This lot is situated in the vicinity of Perth Airport, and is currently affected, or may in the future, be affected by aircraft noise. Noise exposure levels are likely to increase in the future as a result of increases in numbers of aircraft using the airport, changes in aircraft type or other operational changes. Further information about aircraft noise, including development restrictions and noise insulation requirements for noise-affected properties, are available on request from the relevant local government offices.’

(Western Australian Planning Commission)

10. Arrangements being made to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission and to the specification of Western Power for the provision of an electricity supply to the survey strata lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision, which may include the provision of necessary service access rights either as an easement under Section 136C and Schedule 9A of the Transfer of Land Act 1893 for the transmission of electricity by underground cable, or (in the case of approvals containing common property) via a portion of the common property suitable for consumer mains. (Western Power)

11. The transfer of land as a Crown reserve free of cost to Western Power for the provision of electricity supply infrastructure. (Western Power)“

Key Dates

– WAPC Approval – Form 1A

issued: August 2018
received: November 2018

– Service Agreements

Western Power

issued: December 2018
received: December 2018

– Clearances

Western Power

issued: December 2018
received: January 2019

Local Government

issued: June 2019
received: September 2019

– Landgate Plan Lodgement

issued
plan: January 2019
doc’s: December 2018

received
IOFD’s: October 2019

– WAPC – Form 1C

issued: September 2019
approved: October 2019

– Landgate Registration

New Titles Created: December 2019

Project: Beckenham

Project in Beckenham

2 Lot & Common Property Survey-Strata Subdivision


Suburb: Beckenham


Original Number of Lots: 1


Final Number of Lots: 2 plus Common Property


 

Agencies involved

– City of Gosnells
– Western Australian Planning Commission
– Water Corporation
– Western Power

Planning Conditions

(Western Australian Planning Commission 2019)

“1. The existing dwelling being retained is to comply with the requirements of the Residential Design Codes. (Local Government)

2. All buildings having the necessary clearance from the new boundaries as required under the relevant legislation including the Local Planning Scheme, Building Act 2011, and National Construction Code Series/Building Code of Australia (as amended). (Local Government)

3. Other than buildings, outbuildings and/or structures shown on the approved plan for retention, all buildings, outbuildings and/or structures present on Lots 1, 2 and CP3 at the time of subdivision approval being demolished and materials removed from the lots. (Local Government)

4. Uniform fencing being constructed along the boundaries of all of the proposed lots abutting the adjacent Public Open Space (Lot 2620). (Local Government)

5. The land being filled, stabilised, drained and/or graded as required to ensure that:

(a)  lots can accommodate their intended development;

(b)  finished ground levels at the boundaries of the lot(s) the subject of this approval match or otherwise coordinate with the existing and/or proposed finished ground levels of the land abutting; and

(c)  stormwater is contained on-site, or appropriately treated and connected to the local drainage system. (Local Government)

6. Prior to the commencement of subdivisional works, the landowner/applicant is to provide a pre-works geotechnical report certifying that the land is physically capable of development or advising how the land is to be remediated and compacted to ensure it is capable of development. In the event that remediation works are required, the landowner/applicant is to provide a post geotechnical report certifying that all subdivisional works have been carried out in accordance with the pre-works geotechnical report. (Local Government).

7. The landowner/applicant shall provide a written undertaking to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission to advise prospective purchasers of the provisions of the local government’s local planning scheme and policy framework that relates to the use and management of the land. (Local Government)

8. The proposed access way being constructed and drained at the landowner/applicant’s cost to the specifications of the local government. (Local Government)

9. Suitable arrangements being made with the local government for the provision of vehicular crossover(s) to service the lot(s) shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Local Government)

10. Redundant vehicle crossover(s) to be removed and the kerbing, verge, and footpath (where relevant) reinstated with grass or landscaping to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission and to the specifications of the local government. (Local Government)

11. A notification, pursuant to Section 165 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 is to be placed on the certificates of title of the proposed lot(s) advising of the existence of a hazard or other factor. Notice of this notification is to be included on the diagram or plan of survey (deposited plan). The notification is to state as follows:

‘This lot is situated in the vicinity of Perth Airport, and is currently affected, or may in the future, be affected by aircraft noise. Noise exposure levels are likely to increase in the future as a result of increases in numbers of aircraft using the airport, changes in aircraft type or other operational changes. Further information about aircraft noise, including development restrictions and noise insulation requirements for noise-affected properties, are available on request from the relevant local government offices.’

(Western Australian Planning Commission)

12. Arrangements being made with a licenced water provider for the provision of a suitable water supply service to the lot(s) shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Water Corporation)

13. Arrangements being made with the Water Corporation so that provision of a sewerage service will be available to the lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Water Corporation)

14. Arrangements being made to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission and to the specification of Western Power for the provision of an electricity supply to the survey strata lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision, which may include the provision of necessary service access rights either as an easement under Section 136C and Schedule 9A of the Transfer of Land Act 1893 for the transmission of electricity by underground cable, or (in the case of approvals containing common property) via a portion of the common property suitable for consumer mains. (Western Power)“

Key Dates

– WAPC Approval – Form 1A

issued: February 2019
received: May 2019

– Service Agreements

Water Corporation

issued: May 2019
received: May 2019

Western Power

issued: May 2019
received: June 2019

– Clearances

Water Corporation

issued: September 2019
received: September 2019

Western Power

issued: October 2019
received: November 2019

Local Government

issued: November 2019
received: January 2020

– Landgate Plan Lodgement

issued
plan: November 2019
doc’s: December 2019

received
IOFD’s: February 2020

– WAPC – Form 1C

issued: January 2020
approved: February 2020

– Landgate Registration

New Titles Created: March 2020

Project: Melville

Project in Melville

4 Lot & Common Property Survey-Strata Subdivision


Suburb: Melville


Original Number of Lots: 1


Final Number of Lots: 4 plus Common Property


 

Agencies involved

– City of Melville
– Water Corporation
– Western Power

Planning Conditions

(Western Australian Planning Commission 2019)

“1. The plan of subdivision is to be modified so that no lot is less than 180m² in area.(Local Government)

2. Arrangements being made with a licenced water provider for the provision of a suitable water supply service to the lot(s) shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Water Corporation)

3. Arrangements being made with the Water Corporation so that provision of sewerage service will be available to the lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Water Corporation)

4. Arrangements being made to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission and to the specification of Western Power for the provision of an electricity supply to the survey-strata lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision, which may include the provision of necessary service access rights either as an easement under Section 136C and Schedule 9A of the Transfer of Land Act 1893 for the transmission of electricity by underground cable, or (in the case of approvals containing common property) via a portion of the common property suitable for consumer mains. (Western Power)

5. Arrangements being made to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission and to the specification of Western Power for the removal, relocation and/or replacement of electricity supply infrastructure, including plant and/or equipment located on or near the lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision (Western Power)

6. Other than buildings, outbuildings and/or structures shown on the approved plan for retention, all buildings, outbuildings and/or structures present on the proposed lots at the time of subdivision approval being demolished and materials removed from the lot(s). (Local Government)

7. The land being filled, stabilised, drained and/or graded as required to ensure that:

(a)  lots can accommodate their intended development; and

(b)  finished ground levels at the boundaries of the lot(s) the subject of this approval match or otherwise coordinate with the existing and/or proposed finished ground levels of the land abutting; and

(c)  stormwater is contained on-site, or appropriately treated and connected to the local drainage system.
(Local Government)

8. The proposed access way(s) being constructed and drained at the landowner/applicant’s cost to the specifications of the local government. (Local Government)

9. Suitable arrangements being made with the local government for the provision of vehicular crossover(s) to service the lot(s) shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Local Government)

10. Redundant vehicle crossover(s) to be removed and the kerbing, verge, and footpath (where relevant) reinstated with grass or landscaping to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission and to the specifications of the local government. (Local Government)

11. A 4.24 metre truncation is to be provided at the junction of the access way and proposed lot 4. (Local Government)

12. The common property access way shall be a minimum width of 4 metres. (Local Government)

13. A notification, pursuant to Section 70A of the Transfer of Land Act 1893 is to be placed on the certificates of title of the proposed lots. Notice of the notification is to be included on the diagram or plan of survey (deposited plan). The notification is to state as follows:

‘The lot is situated in the vicinity of a transport corridor and is currently affected, or may in the future be affected by transport noise.’

(Local Government)“

 

Key Dates

– WAPC Approval – Form 1A

issued: March 2019
received: June 2019

– Service Agreements

Water Corporation

issued: July 2019
received: July 2019

Western Power

issued: July 2019
received: July 2019

– Clearances

Water Corporation

issued: January 2020
received: January 2020

Western Power

issued: February 2020
received: March 2020

Local Government

issued: February 2020
received: March 2019

– Landgate Plan Lodgement

issued
plan: October 2019
doc’s: February 2020

received
IOFD’s: April 2020

– WAPC – Form 1C

issued: March 2020
approved: April 2020

– Landgate Registration

New Titles Created: In progress

Project: Palmyra

Project in Palmyra

2 Lot & Common Property Survey-Strata Subdivision


Suburb: Palmyra


Original Number of Lots: 1


Final Number of Plots: 2 plus Common Property


 

Agencies involved

– City of Melville
– Water Corporation
– Western Power

Planning Conditions

(Western Australian Planning Commission 2019 )

“1. Other than buildings, outbuildings and/or structures shown on the approved plan for retention, all buildings, outbuildings and/or structures present on Lots 2 and common property (CP3) at the time of subdivision approval being demolished and materials removed from the lots. (Local Government)

2. The existing dwelling being retained is to comply with the requirements of the Residential Design Codes. (Local Government)

3. The land being filled, stabilised, drained and/or graded as required to ensure that:

(a)  lots can accommodate their intended development; and

(b)  finished ground levels at the boundaries of the lot(s) the subject of this approval match or otherwise coordinate with the existing and/or proposed finished ground levels of the land abutting; and

(c)  stormwater is contained on-site, or appropriately treated and connected to the local drainage system. (Local Government)

4. A 4.24 metre truncation is to be provided at the junction of the access way and the proposed rear lot. (Local Government)

5. The access way to the rear lot shall be a minimum width of 3.0 metres, free of any building projections associated with existing  site development and depicted on the survey strata plan accordingly. (Local Government)

6. Arrangements being made with a licenced water provider for the provision of a suitable water supply service to the lot(s) shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Water Corporation)

7. Arrangements being made with the Water Corporation so that provision of a sewerage service will be available to the lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision. (Water Corporation)

8. Arrangements being made to the satisfaction of the Western Australian Planning Commission and to the specification of Western Power for the provision of an electricity supply to the survey-strata lots shown on the approved plan of subdivision, which may include the provision of necessary service access rights either as an easement under Section 136C and Schedule 9A of the Transfer of Land Act 1893 for the transmission of electricity by underground cable, or (in the case of approvals containing common property) via a portion of the common property suitable for consumer mains. (Western Power)“

Key Dates

– WAPC Approval – Form 1A

issued: May 2019
received: June 2019

– Service Agreements

Water Corporation

issued: June 2019
received: June 2019

Western Power

issued: July 2019
received: July 2019

– Clearances

Water Corporation

issued: October 2019
received: October 2019

Western Power

issued: November 2019
received: November 2019

Local Government

issued: November 2019
received: December 2019

– Landgate Plan Lodgement

issued
plan: November 2019
doc’s: November 2019

received
IOFD’s: January 2020

– WAPC – Form 1C

issued: January 2020
approved: January 2020

– Landgate Registration

New Titles Created: March 2020