Development Application - Krispy Kreme 1441 Albany Highway Cannington

15/19711.1 - Fast Food Outlet (Krispy Kreme) - 1441 Albany Highway CANNINGTON

The City has received the above development application, which is briefly outlined below:

  • The application proposes a Fast Food Outlet (Krispy Kreme)
  • Proposed production of doughnuts for take away and for consumption in store
  • Proposed operating hours are Monday to Sunday 6am to 11pm
  • 23 Car parking bays are provided on site which is compliant with the City’s Town Planning Scheme 40.

An assessment of the application by the City’s officers noted the following matter(s) requiring consideration:

  • The proposed use of ‘Fast Food Outlet’ is listed as an ‘A’ use under the City’s Town Planning Scheme 40.

Prior to making a decision on the application, adjoining affected owners and occupiers are invited to view the development plans and supporting reports (as applicable), and make comment on the planning matters that affect their property.

Please note that the City will endeavour to advise any tenants at this property of the above proposal; however, it may not always possible for us to contact them. This may be due to the site not having a physical post box or there being more than one tenant on the property. As the owner of the property the onus is on you to pass on this information to your tenants if it is likely that they will be impacted by the proposal.

Matters that we would like you to consider

We ask that you consider the following matter(s) and let us know whether you object to or support the development proposal.

  1. The land use

Table 3 – Zoning Table of the City’s Scheme lists a Fast Food Outlet - Krispy Kreme use as an ‘A’ (discretionary) land use in the subject Service Commercial zone. This means that the use is not permitted unless the local government has exercised its discretion by granting development approval after giving notice to affected landowners and occupants.

In considering an application for development approval, the local government will have regard to matters detailed in the state government’s Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 (Regulations 2015). In this instance the relevant matters for consideration include, but may not be limited to:

  • The aims and provisions of the City of Canning Town Planning Scheme No. 40 (‘Scheme’) - specifically whether the proposed use meets the objectives of the subject Commercial Service zone, as outlined in Table 2 of the City’s Scheme.
  • The compatibility of the development with its setting including the relationship of the development to development on adjoining or on other land in the locality including, but not limited to, the likely effect of the height, bulk, scale, orientation and appearance of the development.
  • The impact on the amenity of the locality. ‘Amenity’ is defined in Schedule 1 of the Regulations 2015, as: “... all those factors which combine to form the character of an area and include the present and likely future amenity;”. Common amenity considerations include, but are not limited to, car parking and traffic generation, noise or odour emissions, and visual aesthetics.

Reference documents download links

Viewing the development plans

Copies of the development plans may be viewed by:

  • Visiting the City’s offices located at 1317 Albany Highway, Cannington, between 8:15am and 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Contacting the responsible City officer (using the contact officer details provided below) and requesting that the documents be emailed to you; or
  • Downloading from the Document Library on the top right hand side of this page

How and when to submit your comments

Please submit your comments (in writing) to the City by 5pm on 4 March 2020. Your written comments may be submitted via one of the following contact methods:

  • Email customer@canning.wa.gov.au - please remember to include the reference number 15/19711.1 in the subject line, and your name and affected property address in the body of the email; or
  • Mail the enclosed comment form to the City using the enclosed postage paid envelope.

How the City will make a decision on the development proposal

Following closure of this consultation period, a delegated (authorised) officer of the City will consider the above mentioned matter(s) with regard to the relevant matters for consideration. This includes consideration of any comments from adjoining affected landowner(s) and occupiers.

Should the City issue a decision on the development application (approval or refusal), we will write to you again to explain how the matters you raised have been addressed.

In certain circumstances the application may be referred to the Council for consideration at one of its Council meetings. If this occurs, the City will send you a letter/email inviting you to this meeting.

Contact officer details

If you have any queries, or would like to arrange a meeting to discuss the matters for consideration, please contact us via telephone 1300 422 664 or email martin.urbanski@canning.wa.gov.au

15/19711.1 - Fast Food Outlet (Krispy Kreme) - 1441 Albany Highway CANNINGTON

The City has received the above development application, which is briefly outlined below:

  • The application proposes a Fast Food Outlet (Krispy Kreme)
  • Proposed production of doughnuts for take away and for consumption in store
  • Proposed operating hours are Monday to Sunday 6am to 11pm
  • 23 Car parking bays are provided on site which is compliant with the City’s Town Planning Scheme 40.

An assessment of the application by the City’s officers noted the following matter(s) requiring consideration:

  • The proposed use of ‘Fast Food Outlet’ is listed as an ‘A’ use under the City’s Town Planning Scheme 40.

Prior to making a decision on the application, adjoining affected owners and occupiers are invited to view the development plans and supporting reports (as applicable), and make comment on the planning matters that affect their property.

Please note that the City will endeavour to advise any tenants at this property of the above proposal; however, it may not always possible for us to contact them. This may be due to the site not having a physical post box or there being more than one tenant on the property. As the owner of the property the onus is on you to pass on this information to your tenants if it is likely that they will be impacted by the proposal.

Matters that we would like you to consider

We ask that you consider the following matter(s) and let us know whether you object to or support the development proposal.

  1. The land use

Table 3 – Zoning Table of the City’s Scheme lists a Fast Food Outlet - Krispy Kreme use as an ‘A’ (discretionary) land use in the subject Service Commercial zone. This means that the use is not permitted unless the local government has exercised its discretion by granting development approval after giving notice to affected landowners and occupants.

In considering an application for development approval, the local government will have regard to matters detailed in the state government’s Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 (Regulations 2015). In this instance the relevant matters for consideration include, but may not be limited to:

  • The aims and provisions of the City of Canning Town Planning Scheme No. 40 (‘Scheme’) - specifically whether the proposed use meets the objectives of the subject Commercial Service zone, as outlined in Table 2 of the City’s Scheme.
  • The compatibility of the development with its setting including the relationship of the development to development on adjoining or on other land in the locality including, but not limited to, the likely effect of the height, bulk, scale, orientation and appearance of the development.
  • The impact on the amenity of the locality. ‘Amenity’ is defined in Schedule 1 of the Regulations 2015, as: “... all those factors which combine to form the character of an area and include the present and likely future amenity;”. Common amenity considerations include, but are not limited to, car parking and traffic generation, noise or odour emissions, and visual aesthetics.

Reference documents download links

Viewing the development plans

Copies of the development plans may be viewed by:

  • Visiting the City’s offices located at 1317 Albany Highway, Cannington, between 8:15am and 5:00pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Contacting the responsible City officer (using the contact officer details provided below) and requesting that the documents be emailed to you; or
  • Downloading from the Document Library on the top right hand side of this page

How and when to submit your comments

Please submit your comments (in writing) to the City by 5pm on 4 March 2020. Your written comments may be submitted via one of the following contact methods:

  • Email customer@canning.wa.gov.au - please remember to include the reference number 15/19711.1 in the subject line, and your name and affected property address in the body of the email; or
  • Mail the enclosed comment form to the City using the enclosed postage paid envelope.

How the City will make a decision on the development proposal

Following closure of this consultation period, a delegated (authorised) officer of the City will consider the above mentioned matter(s) with regard to the relevant matters for consideration. This includes consideration of any comments from adjoining affected landowner(s) and occupiers.

Should the City issue a decision on the development application (approval or refusal), we will write to you again to explain how the matters you raised have been addressed.

In certain circumstances the application may be referred to the Council for consideration at one of its Council meetings. If this occurs, the City will send you a letter/email inviting you to this meeting.

Contact officer details

If you have any queries, or would like to arrange a meeting to discuss the matters for consideration, please contact us via telephone 1300 422 664 or email martin.urbanski@canning.wa.gov.au