Have Your Say: Amendment 106 to Local Planning Scheme No. 3 – Kalamunda Activity Centre Plan (KACP) and Local Planning Policy 30 (LPP30)
The City of Kalamunda has initiated Amendment 106 and LPP 30 for the purposes of public advertising.
Amendment 106 to Local Planning Scheme No. 3 (LPS 3) Amendment 106 seeks to introduce a new Centre zone, objectives and associated provisions for the land identified by the KACP. This will align the City’s LPS 3 with the KACP and create statutory basis to guide future land use and development in Kalamunda town centre. Amendment 106 will result in greater permissibility and flexibility for landowners and help with the long-term implementation of the KACP vision.
LPP 30 will provide the Built Form Design Guidelines for proposed development in the KACP area. They include a set of principles and design criteria by which proposed developments will be assessed and judged on their merits having regard to the character of the surrounding landscape and buildings.
Associated documentation to the proposed amendment can be found via document library.
Alternatively, the proposed amendment can also be viewed at the
- City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office hours; and
- All City of Kalamunda libraries.
Have Your Say!
Find more information about this Climate Change Declaration and provide feedback via https://engage.kalamunda.wa.gov.au/amendment-106-lps-no-3-kacp
Alternative to the online survey, 1hard copies of the survey are available at the City of Kalamunda’s Administration and Libraries. Written submissions can be provided via:
In Person: City of Kalamunda, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda
Post: PO Box 42, Kalamunda WA 6926
Comments close 5pm on Tuesday 25 January 2022
For any further information, please contact the City of Kalamunda via telephone on (08) 9257 9999 during office hours.
1 Print and interactive document versions are available for download from the City's Engagement Portal
[First published 12 November 2021]
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.