Development application for proposed take away food outlet
Council policy P301 ‘Community Engagement in Planning Proposals’ is a local planning policy adopted by the City of South Perth Council that identifies the extent of community engagement required for various types of planning proposals.
The public consultation undertaken by the City specifically in relation to the development application for the proposed McDonald’s at Waterford Plaza Shopping Centre in Karawara was done to the extent and in the manner that is required by the City’s policy P301. Under the “Area 1” consultation method individual property owners, occupiers and/ or strata bodies were invited to inspect the plans and to submit comments during a minimum 14- day period.
As outlined in the policy, ‘Take-Away Food Outlet’ is a permitted land use for the District Centre Commercial zone, which in this instance is the Waterford Plaza Shopping Centre. Hence, the policy does not require the proposed land use to be advertised.
The site on which the proposed McDonald’s is to be located had a Chicken Treat take away restaurant operating on it and there is not a significant change in amenity, impact or use by the new proposed development.
Notwithstanding this, the neighbouring residents most likely to be affected by the proposal are located within the ‘Area 1’ distribution and were therefore consulted and notified by mail of the development application.
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