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A Structure Plan is a document consisting of text and maps which identifies how land is intended to be developed or is being developed and provides a broad framework to guide Council when it considers
subdivision and development proposals.
Forrestfield / High Wycombe Industrial Area
Cell 9 Wattle Grove
A Development Contribution Plan (DCP) is a legal arrangement between the City and specified landowner(s) to share the costs involved with building new infrastructure for an area.
The preparation of a DCP starts with the identification of a development area and its need for infrastructure. Land owners in the affected area are then required to contribute towards the cost of that infrastructure, but only once an application to develop/subdivide
the land has been approved.
The City has the following DCPs:
* Interim Cost Contribution rate. See Forrestfield / High Wycombe Stage 1 Industrial Area project page.
**Cell 9 is a Guided Development Scheme, not a DCP as it was established prior to the establishment of State Planning Policy 3.6 and is not subject to clause 6.5 of LPS 3.
Interim Development Contribution Arrangements
Interim Development Contribution Arrangements (IDCA) provides a means by which subdivision and development conditions relating to interim contributions can be cleared and cost contributions made, allowing development to progress prior to either the formal gazettal of the Development Contribution Area, or in the case of the Forrestfield / High Wycombe Stage 1 Industrial Area prior to the final cost contribution rate being certain and based on actual costs.
In the case of IDCA arrangements that occur prior to gazettal, Local Planning Policy 25 - Interim Development Contribution Arrangements (LPP 25) provides guidance to landowners as to what the City deems to be a satisfactory cost contribution arrangement.
Local Planning Policy 25 - Interim Development Contribution Arrangements
Building Retrieval Plans
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.