What is a Development Assessment Panel?
A Development Assessment Panel (DAP) is an independent decision-making body comprised of technical experts and elected local government representatives.
Under the Planning & Development (Development Assessment Panels) Regulations 2011 (DAP Regulations), each DAP will determine certain development applications as if they were the responsible authority. Notwithstanding, the local government is responsible for undertaking an assessment of the proposal, including any public advertising if required and the preparation of a report for the DAP's consideration, referred to as a Responsible Authority Report.
The Shire of Kalamunda is a part of the Metropolitan East Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) which covers the local government areas of Armadale, Gosnells, Kalamunda, Mundaring, Serpentine-Jarrahdale and Swan.
Current DAP Applications
Current and past agenda reports that relate to DAP applications can be viewed via: http://www.planning.wa.gov.au/Development-Assessment-Panels.asp or at the Shire of Kalamunda Administration Office.
Determined DAP Applications
||Extension of an Existing Supermarket
||Lot 100 (121) Canning Road, Kalamunda
||Whelans Town Planning
||Approved by JDAP at meeting held 15 July 2016
||Three (3) Storey Mixed Use Development
||Lot 1 (42) Cumberland Road, Forrestfield
||Approved by JDAP at meeting held 17 December 2014
|DA11/1343 & AB-03/926
||Proposed Warehouse and Office
||Lot 500 (926) Abernethy Road, High Wycombe
||Approved by JDAP at meeting held 24 January 2012
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