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.
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We provide services to the following industries:
For the public sector, we provide strategic planning, environmental planning and community liaison services designed to help agencies achieve sustainable results for the communities they represent.
Our clients in the private sector benefit from the successful working relationships we have built with Government agencies. Explore our website to find out more about how we assist clients in the public and private sectors. Or contact Land Insights to discuss your planning needs.
The then Department for Planning and Infrastructure engaged Land Insights to prepare a scoping study for the Binningup-Myalup district structure plan.
This study would later be used as the basis for a land use strategy when the DPI re-commissioned Land Insights for stage 2 of the project.
Our team reviewed the environmental, landscape and social characteristics of the area. Using this information, we determined if constraints to future urban development existed.
Stage 2 involved devising a land use strategy to prepare for the district structure phase. We investigated the suitability of areas within the study area for different uses, with a focus on which areas had potential for future residential development.
The Shire of Busselton commissioned Land Insights to develop a framework for environmental protection that would serve the entire municipality for 30 years.
The framework is designed to significantly inform the Shire’s local planning strategy and subsequent local planning scheme, providing a context for future development.
To develop an effective framework, our team:
Land Insights prepared an environmental scoping paper as part of the first stage of a planning project that would ultimately lead to the urbanisation of the Mundijong-Whitby area.
The purpose of the review was to:
The scoping document has already been used as a basis for environmental investigations in the study area.
In 2007, Land Insights prepared master plans for key strategic recreation sites in the Peel area, including:
The plans guided future development of the sites, with the primary goal of enhancing facilities and the natural environment.
Our team also provided advice on foreshore management and future land development for recreation purposes.
Austral Bricks commissioned Land Insights to obtain planning and environmental approvals from Local and State Government bodies.
Our team ensured approvals were acquired efficiently, by liaising with council and State Government agencies. We also engaged with relevant community bodies.
Austral Bricks continues to engage Land Insights for its planning and approval needs.
Boral Bricks WA – previously known as Midland Brick – commissioned Land Insights to perform a range of environmental planning services, including:
Other complementary services were performed to ensure Boral had the information required to make sound planning decisions for the future.
Boral continues to engage Land Insights for their environmental planning needs.
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.