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Proposed Telecommunications Mast

Location Details
Lot 57 (10) Television Road,
Bickley.
(DA17/0465)

Notice is hereby given that the Local Government of the City of Kalamunda has received an application for the installation of an 11 metre high FM radio antenna system mounted approximately 60 metres above ground to the existing television tower. Details regarding the proposal can be noted within the following documents.

Plans and documents setting out and explaining the development application can also be viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office hours.

Public Comments to be received by 5pm on 21 November 2017.
Have your say here

Lot 3 – (12) Carolyn Way
Forrestfield.
(DA17/0400)

Notice is hereby given that the Local Government of the City of Kalamunda has received an application for the purpose of developing a mobile telecommunications infrastructure:

The 40m high monopole is to be located at the above address and will support existing infrastructure already on site. It is Council Policy to advertise the proposal to the community for comment. Details regarding the proposal can be noted within the following documents.

Plans and documents setting out and explaining the development application can also be viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office hours.

Public Comment closed 5pm on 27 October 2017.

Lot 22 – (120) Wittenoom Road
High Wycombe.
(DA17/0197)

An application for the purpose of developing a mobile telecommunications monopole and associated infrastructure

Public Comment closed on 2 September 2017. A report will now be presented to Council - no date has yet been confirmed for this item.

Lot 39 (12) Lewis Road, Wattle Grove
(DA16/0432)

An application for the purpose of developing a mobile phone base station and telecommunications infrastructure.

Download ALL files  (ZIP, 3.3MB)
View Aerial Photograph of Proposed Site (PDF, 1.25MB)
View List of Discounted Candidates/Sites (DOCX, 25KB)
View Coverage Map (Before) (PDF, 828KB)
View Coverage Map (After) (PDF, 861KB)
View Draft Site Layout (PDF, 797KB)
View submission Letter (PDF, 172KB)
View Cover Notification Letter (PDF, 92KB)

Submissions closed on 23 May 2017

Lot 622 (42) Ledger Road, 
Gooseberry Hill
(Ledger Road Reserve)

The proposal consists on of a 40 metre high monopole tower with various antenna and an ancillary equipment shelter.

View the Proposal here (PDF, 8.5MB)
Special Council Meeting (7 June 2016)  - proposal supported with conditions
Update 29 July 2016:
Notice of Western Australian Planning Commission’s Approval [read notice here]

Lot 116 – 52 Ashurst Drive
Lesmurdie
(DA16/0368)

An application for the purpose of developing a mobile phone base station and telecommunications infrastructure

View the Proposal here (PDF, 1.9MB)

Submissions closed on 19 September 2016

65 McCorkill Road,
Pickering Brook

The application comprises a 50 metre high lattice mast and ancillary components (antennas, fencing and ground equipment). The applicant submits that the facility is proposed to facilitate NBN fixed wireless coverage in the Pickering Brook area.

* NOTE: THIS IS A LARGE FILE AND CAN TAKE TIME TO DOWNLOAD DEPENDING ON YOUR INTERNET CONNECTION SPEED

Submissions closed 14 March 2016.

Update: 17 March 2016
The Shire has had further feedback from the NBN and their consultant Aurecon on the proposed tower for Pickering Brook
Alternate sites:  The Shire has been advised that the Pickering Brook Sports Club and Golf Course would not be suitable sites. They are seeking further advice on other locations.
Community Engagement: NBN are working to confirm a suitable date for a community engagement event.  Once a date is confirmed the Shire will advise the community.

If you have any questions, please call the Planning Department on 9257 9999.

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