Local Planning Policy LP.10 - Incentive-Based Development Assessment

Consultation has concluded

Your comments are invited on the City’s draft Local Planning Policy LP.10 – Incentive-Based Development Assessment (‘Policy LP.10’) and supporting draft Canning Good Design Guide, which were adopted by Council at its meeting on 18 September 2018 for the purpose of public advertisement.

The purpose of this policy is to encourage and incentivise development that achieves above - standard outcomes in terms of ecological sustainability; or community benefits; or architectural and urban design quality. It establishes planning flexibility which may be applied where development achieves above standard sustainability, community and design outcomes. The Guide supports the policy by providing guidance on low to medium density housing arrangements

How to obtain a copy of Policy LP.10 and the Guide:

Online

  • Draft new Policy LP.10 here.
  • Draft Canning Good Design Guide here.

In person:

  • Visit the City of Canning Civic and Administration Centre at 1317 Albany Highway, Cannington WA (corner of George Street West) between the hours of 8:15am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

By phone:

  • Contact 1300 422 664 and ask to speak to Roberta Schuchmann - Acting Senior Strategic Planner

Have your say:

Please include ‘Submission on Local Planning Policy LP.10’ in the subject line, and provide your contact details so that we can keep you informed.

Comment period runs from 2 October to 5:00pm on 23 October 2018.

Your comments are invited on the City’s draft Local Planning Policy LP.10 – Incentive-Based Development Assessment (‘Policy LP.10’) and supporting draft Canning Good Design Guide, which were adopted by Council at its meeting on 18 September 2018 for the purpose of public advertisement.

The purpose of this policy is to encourage and incentivise development that achieves above - standard outcomes in terms of ecological sustainability; or community benefits; or architectural and urban design quality. It establishes planning flexibility which may be applied where development achieves above standard sustainability, community and design outcomes. The Guide supports the policy by providing guidance on low to medium density housing arrangements

How to obtain a copy of Policy LP.10 and the Guide:

Online

  • Draft new Policy LP.10 here.
  • Draft Canning Good Design Guide here.

In person:

  • Visit the City of Canning Civic and Administration Centre at 1317 Albany Highway, Cannington WA (corner of George Street West) between the hours of 8:15am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

By phone:

  • Contact 1300 422 664 and ask to speak to Roberta Schuchmann - Acting Senior Strategic Planner

Have your say:

Please include ‘Submission on Local Planning Policy LP.10’ in the subject line, and provide your contact details so that we can keep you informed.

Comment period runs from 2 October to 5:00pm on 23 October 2018.