South Perth Activity Centre Plan
The City has developed a draft South Perth Activity Centre Plan (ACP) and associated proposed Town Planning Scheme Amendment No. 61 (Amendment No. 61) to set out the strategic vision and statutory planning requirements for development within the area that stretches from the tip of South Perth Peninsula to Richardson Park and the Zoo. This area covers approximately 100 hectares, with a current population of 2,675 people.
The draft ACP and Amendment No. 61 provides:
- A robust planning framework to manage development that accommodates forecast and required population and activity growth
- Guidance to improve movement, connectivity, streetscapes and public open space within and around the centre
The documents take a holistic, long term approach that can be updated over time to respond to issues and community aspirations.
A draft local planning policy (policy P321) has also been developed to set out the processes and requirements for undertaking a competitive design process to satisfy design quality requirements in the draft ACP and proposed Amendment No. 61.
The City undertook public consultation on the draft South Perth Activity Centre Plan (ACP) and associated proposed Town Planning Scheme Amendment No. 61 (Amendment No. 61) between May and August 2019. The feedback received is discussed in a series of reports that analyse the outcomes of the public consultation process and this feedback has informed a number of proposed modifications to the draft ACP and proposed Amendment No. 61.
These proposed modifications are discussed in detail in a report to the Council, which will be considered in December 2019. The reports on the outcomes of public consultation, and modifications to the draft ACP and Amendment No. 61, are available below.
For further information , visit yoursay.southperth.wa.gov.au.
Related documents - consultation outcomes
Related documents - proposed modifications
Related documents - draft Activity Centre Plan
The City’s vision for the South Perth Activity Centre was developed through the South Perth Peninsula Place & Design project in 2017:
A distinctive inner city activity centre, tourism destination and residential neighbourhood that is shaped by its connection to nature, unique assets, distinctive buildings, and future-forward approaches to sustainable living. Its lively centre and pedestrian friendly tree-lined streets connect locals and visitors to its diverse businesses, transport nodes and local heritage.
South Perth Activity Centre Plan project timeline
South Perth Peninsula Place & Design Report prepared
Council resolves to prepare an Activity Centre Plan
First draft Activity Centre Plan presented to Council. Resolved to further consider the draft plan, including built form and land use requirements.
|Council workshops to further consider the draft Activity Centre Plan||December 2018-February 2019|
Draft Activity Centre Plan approved by Council for public advertising
6 March 2019
|Draft Activity Centre Plan approved by Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) and Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) for public advertising||April 2019|
Draft Activity Centre Plan advertised for public comment
|14 May to 22 July 2019|
Draft Activity Centre Plan modified as required in response to any feedback received
Updated Activity Centre Plan approved by Council
|est. December 2019|
Activity Centre Plan, including modifications, referred to the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) for approval
|Amendment, including modifications, referred to the WAPC for approval and recommendation to the Minister for Planning|
|Minister for Planning decides to either: approve the amendment; modify the amendment; or refuse to approve the amendment|
|If approved by the Minister for Planning, amendment becomes part of the City of South Perth Town Planning Scheme No. 6|