Major development proposals

Major Development Proposals

Most major development proposals within the Town of Victoria Park are decided by the Development Assessment Panel (DAP) or the State Development Assessment Unit (SDAU). 

The role of the Town of Victoria Park is to provide a recommendation on the proposal to the relevant decision-maker.

Development Assessment Panels (DAP) or (JDAP)

The Development Assessment Panel (DAP) is an independent decision-making body responsible for determining development applications with a value of $10 million or more (or an applicant may 'opt-in' for determination by the DAP where the value is $2 million or more, and not an excluded development type). 

The Town of Victoria Park belongs to the Metro Inner - South Joint Development Assessment Panel.

The Development Assessment Panel consists of five members, comprising three specialist members (who are appointed by the Minister for Planning) and two local government councillors.

All Development Assessment Panel meetings are open to the public, and interested parties can address the meeting by submitting a Presentation Request at least 72 hours before the meeting. 

Further details can be found on the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage website.

State Development Assessment Unit (SDAU)

As part of the State Government's COVID-19 economic recovery plan, a development application process has been introduced for significant projects .

Part 17 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 (the Act) grants the Western Australian Planning Commission (the WAPC) temporary decision-making powers to determine applications for significant development. A 'significant' development means any proposal (except for a warehouse) with an estimated cost of $20 million or more.

Under these changes, an application for a development which is defined as 'significant' is submitted directly to the WAPC.

It is intended that the State Development Assessment Unit will remain in place for 18 months from July 2020. 

Information in relation to the SDAU can be found on the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage website.

Current applications for major development proposals

No 218 Great Eastern Hwy, LATHLAIN

Proposal: Mixed-use commercial development

Estimated Value: $70 million

Determining Authority: Development Assessment Panel (DAP)

Current Status: Deferred until 29 April 2021

Previous Meeting Agenda: View DAP Meeting Agenda - 10 March 2021

Previous Meeting Minutes: View previous DAP meeting minutes (deferral 1) and (deferral 2)

View the consultation information

No. 384 Berwick St, EAST VICTORIA PARK

Proposal: Residential development (39 grouped dwellings and 32 multiple dwellings)

Estimated Value: $17 million

Determining Authority: Development Assessment Panel (DAP)

Current Status: Deferred until 17 May 2021

Previous Meeting Agenda: View DAP Meeting Agenda - 17 March 2021

Previous Meeting Minutes: View DAP meeting minutes (deferral)

View consultation information

No. 12 Cohn Street, CARLISLE

Proposal: Redevelopment of existing concrete batching plant

Estimated Value: $9.5 million

Determining Authority: Development Assessment Panel (DAP)

Current Status: Consultation has concluded, Responsible Authority Report (RAR) being prepared

Decision Meeting: Date and time to be confirmed (submitters will be notified)

View consultation information

No. 176 Burswood Road, BURSWOOD

Proposal: Office tower

Estimated Value: $165 million

Determining Authority: Development Assessment Panel (DAP)

Current Status: Consultation has concluded, Responsible Authority Report (RAR) being prepared

Decision Meeting: Date and time to be confirmed (submitters will be notified)

View consultation information

 Table last updated 31 March 2021

Recently determined applications and archived decisions

All archived Development Assessment Panel meeting agendas and minutes are available on the on the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage website

The following application for a major development proposal was recently determined:

No. 42 & 44 Camberwell St, EAST VICTORIA PARK

Proposal: Child care premises

Estimated Value: $2.1 million

Determining Authority: Development Assessment Panel (DAP)

Date Determined: 22 March 2021

Meeting minutes

No. 16 - 20 Duncan St, VICTORIA PARK

Proposal: Residential aged care facility

Estimated Value: $22 million

Determining Authority: State Development Assessment Unit (SDAU)

Date Determined: 25 March 2021

 Application Information