INGLEWOOD - 861 Beaufort St - Development Assessment Panel - Woolworths

Description

The public comment period for DA18/2091 is now closed.

Who is the decision-maker for this development application?

The application will be determined by the Metro North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP), not the City of Stirling, due to the value of works.

The City’s role is to provide a recommendation to the JDAP through a Responsible Authority Report.

As part of preparing the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the JDAP we are seeking your comments on the proposal.

Your comments will be included within the Responsible Authority Report to ensure that the community’s views have the opportunity to form part of the JDAP’s consideration of the proposal.

More information about the Development Assessment Panel process is available at the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage website here.

What are the details of this application?

The application received for the subject land is for a Supermarket (Shop), Liquor Outlet (Shop) and Restaurant. In detail, the proposal comprises the following:

  • Basement – 96 car bays & 14 bicycle bays
  • Ground floor – 88 car bays and a 189m2 Restaurant with Alfresco fronting Beaufort Street.
  • First Floor – 3,395m2 Supermarket (Shop) and a 196m2 Liquor Outlet (Shop)
  • Mezzanine – A 199m2 Office incidental to the Shop use.
  • Height – Total height of 13.25m above the natural ground level
  • Vehicle Access – Proposed from Eighth Avenue.
  • Architectural style – Art Deco style

The Beaufort Street Local Development Plan became operational on 11 December 2018, when Amendment No. 60 to the City’s Local Planning Scheme was published in the Government Gazette.

The Beaufort Street Local Development Plan (LDP) aims to create a vibrant place whilst still protecting the integrity of Beaufort Street and the surrounding neighbourhood by ensuring redevelopment is consistent with an architectural style contained within the Beaufort Street LDP.

The Development Assessment Panel application is to be assessed against the provisions of the following planning framework:

City of Stirling Local Planning Scheme No. 3;

Clause 67 of Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015 Schedule 2;

Beaufort Street Local Development Plan;

Local Planning Policy 3.1 – Character Retention Guidelines Mt Lawley, Menora and Inglewood;

  • Local Planning Policy 4.2 – Mixed Use & Commercial Centre Design Guidelines;
  • Local Planning Policy 6.1 – Advertising Signs;
  • Local Planning Policy 6.2 – Bicycle Parking;
  • Local Planning Policy 6.3 – Bin Storage Areas;
  • Local Planning Policy 6.5 – Development Abutting Rights of Way;
  • Local Planning Policy 6.6 – Landscaping; and
  • Local Planning Policy 6.11 – Trees and Development.

The proposed development and associated planning report prepared by the Applicant addresses the above-mentioned planning framework. Please note that whilst Local Planning Policy 5.2- Inglewood Town Centre Design Guidelines is mentioned in the Applicants planning report, the policy was revoked on 11 December 2018 when the Beaufort Street LDP became operational and therefore does not form part of the City’s assessment.

Please follow the link for more information about the Beaufort Street LDP and the City’s Local Planning Policies.

Where can I view the application?

A copy of the plan is available in the Plans and Documents section located on the right of this page.

Alternatively, a copy is available for viewing during business hours (8.30am – 5.00pm, Monday to Friday) at the City of Stirling Main Administration Building located at 25 Cedric Street, Stirling.

How can I comment?

You can lodge a submission:

  • Online, using the submission form below, quoting the development application number DA18/2091
  • By emailing development@stirling.wa.gov.au, quoting reference number DA18/2091
  • By post to: Development Services, City of Stirling, PO Box 1533, Osborne Park WA 6916, quoting reference number DA18/2091.

Please note: The Development Application is being advertised to seek public comment on the proposal. The advertising of the Development Application does not indicate any formal support of the proposal by the City of Stirling. The City welcomes your comments but can only consider the issues posed by the proposed variations.

Please be aware that submissions are public documents that may be attached to, or included in agendas and reports, published in hard copy and available on the City's website. Information contained in your submission, including names and addresses, will not be confidential.

Description

The public comment period for DA18/2091 is now closed.

Who is the decision-maker for this development application?

The application will be determined by the Metro North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP), not the City of Stirling, due to the value of works.

The City’s role is to provide a recommendation to the JDAP through a Responsible Authority Report.

As part of preparing the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the JDAP we are seeking your comments on the proposal.

Your comments will be included within the Responsible Authority Report to ensure that the community’s views have the opportunity to form part of the JDAP’s consideration of the proposal.

More information about the Development Assessment Panel process is available at the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage website here.

What are the details of this application?

The application received for the subject land is for a Supermarket (Shop), Liquor Outlet (Shop) and Restaurant. In detail, the proposal comprises the following:

  • Basement – 96 car bays & 14 bicycle bays
  • Ground floor – 88 car bays and a 189m2 Restaurant with Alfresco fronting Beaufort Street.
  • First Floor – 3,395m2 Supermarket (Shop) and a 196m2 Liquor Outlet (Shop)
  • Mezzanine – A 199m2 Office incidental to the Shop use.
  • Height – Total height of 13.25m above the natural ground level
  • Vehicle Access – Proposed from Eighth Avenue.
  • Architectural style – Art Deco style

The Beaufort Street Local Development Plan became operational on 11 December 2018, when Amendment No. 60 to the City’s Local Planning Scheme was published in the Government Gazette.

The Beaufort Street Local Development Plan (LDP) aims to create a vibrant place whilst still protecting the integrity of Beaufort Street and the surrounding neighbourhood by ensuring redevelopment is consistent with an architectural style contained within the Beaufort Street LDP.

The Development Assessment Panel application is to be assessed against the provisions of the following planning framework:

City of Stirling Local Planning Scheme No. 3;

Clause 67 of Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015 Schedule 2;

Beaufort Street Local Development Plan;

Local Planning Policy 3.1 – Character Retention Guidelines Mt Lawley, Menora and Inglewood;

  • Local Planning Policy 4.2 – Mixed Use & Commercial Centre Design Guidelines;
  • Local Planning Policy 6.1 – Advertising Signs;
  • Local Planning Policy 6.2 – Bicycle Parking;
  • Local Planning Policy 6.3 – Bin Storage Areas;
  • Local Planning Policy 6.5 – Development Abutting Rights of Way;
  • Local Planning Policy 6.6 – Landscaping; and
  • Local Planning Policy 6.11 – Trees and Development.

The proposed development and associated planning report prepared by the Applicant addresses the above-mentioned planning framework. Please note that whilst Local Planning Policy 5.2- Inglewood Town Centre Design Guidelines is mentioned in the Applicants planning report, the policy was revoked on 11 December 2018 when the Beaufort Street LDP became operational and therefore does not form part of the City’s assessment.

Please follow the link for more information about the Beaufort Street LDP and the City’s Local Planning Policies.

Where can I view the application?

A copy of the plan is available in the Plans and Documents section located on the right of this page.

Alternatively, a copy is available for viewing during business hours (8.30am – 5.00pm, Monday to Friday) at the City of Stirling Main Administration Building located at 25 Cedric Street, Stirling.

How can I comment?

You can lodge a submission:

  • Online, using the submission form below, quoting the development application number DA18/2091
  • By emailing development@stirling.wa.gov.au, quoting reference number DA18/2091
  • By post to: Development Services, City of Stirling, PO Box 1533, Osborne Park WA 6916, quoting reference number DA18/2091.

Please note: The Development Application is being advertised to seek public comment on the proposal. The advertising of the Development Application does not indicate any formal support of the proposal by the City of Stirling. The City welcomes your comments but can only consider the issues posed by the proposed variations.

Please be aware that submissions are public documents that may be attached to, or included in agendas and reports, published in hard copy and available on the City's website. Information contained in your submission, including names and addresses, will not be confidential.