Draft Development Control Policy 2.2- Residential Subdivision
Changes have been made to the Development Control Policy 2.2 - Residential Subdivision and the WAPC is asking for public comment.
Whiteman Park covers nearly 4000 hectares of natural bushland and is an unique recreation and leisure facility in the Swan Valley. With more than 1 million visitors each year, it is one of Western Australia's most visited attractions.
The Strategic Plan has 4 key outcomes, which are:
1 To provide interconnected meeting places for communities to meet, recreate in and enjoy.
2 To provide improved community access to the parks activities
3 To provide a destination of significance for locals and visitors
4 To conserve the environment and Whiteman Park heritage
The plan also proposes a number of precincts with ideas on potential land uses.
More details on the plan can be viewed here
Click here for online submission forms
The final Whiteman Park Strategic Plan 2017 - 2021 is now available to view. The plan will guide the future of Whiteman Park, defining the park's role, activities and boundaries.
Nominations are now open for the 2017 WA Coastal Awards for Excellence. Nominations can be for community groups, organisations or individuals.