SCARBOROUGH – 129 Scarborough Beach Road Residential – Twelve Multiple Dwellings

Consultation has concluded

You are invited to comment on this proposal and submissions will be accepted until close of business Thursday 29 March 2018.

Description

The City of Stirling has received an application proposing Twelve (12) Multiple Dwellings at Lot 265, HN 129, Scarborough Beach Road, Scarborough.

The proposed development comprises of the following:

  • 8 two bedroom dwellings;
  • 4 three bedroom dwellings;
  • Building height is to be a maximum of 4 storeys (in accordance with Part 2.2.2 of the Scarborough Beach Road West Local Development Plan);
  • Vehicular access and egress from Brodie Lane;
  • 24 basement car parking bays;
  • 6 on street parking bays proposed along Scarborough Beach Road and Burniston Street;
  • 4 bicycle racks at ground level;
  • 30 solar panels on the roof;
  • 12 storerooms contained within each residential unit; and
  • Façade elevation includes render, cladding and facebrick.

The following variations are being sought by the applicant:

Setback to Scarborough Beach Road

  • The application proposes a variation to the average street setback required to Scarborough Beach Road.
  • The LDP stipulates a 4m average street setback however the area of building protruding beyond 4m towards Scarborough Beach Road is 17.3sqm and the compensating area is only 3.9sqm therefore the average is not met.

Building Setbacks

  • The application proposes a variation to the building setback requirements of the LDP
  • The proposed third storey has a nil setback to the western side boundary in lieu of the required 2m setback as stipulated in the LDP.

Maximum Height of Walls Built Up to the Boundary

  • The application proposes a variation to the boundary wall height requirements of the LDP.
  • The proposed boundary wall on the western side boundary has a maximum height of 9.8m and an average height of 9.1m in lieu of 7m and 6m respectively.

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 DA17/2438

By emailing stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au, quoting reference number DA17/2438

By post to: Development Services, City of Stirling, PO Box 1533, Osborne Park WA 6916, and quoting reference number DA17/2438.

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.

You are invited to comment on this proposal and submissions will be accepted until close of business Thursday 29 March 2018.

Description

The City of Stirling has received an application proposing Twelve (12) Multiple Dwellings at Lot 265, HN 129, Scarborough Beach Road, Scarborough.

The proposed development comprises of the following:

  • 8 two bedroom dwellings;
  • 4 three bedroom dwellings;
  • Building height is to be a maximum of 4 storeys (in accordance with Part 2.2.2 of the Scarborough Beach Road West Local Development Plan);
  • Vehicular access and egress from Brodie Lane;
  • 24 basement car parking bays;
  • 6 on street parking bays proposed along Scarborough Beach Road and Burniston Street;
  • 4 bicycle racks at ground level;
  • 30 solar panels on the roof;
  • 12 storerooms contained within each residential unit; and
  • Façade elevation includes render, cladding and facebrick.

The following variations are being sought by the applicant:

Setback to Scarborough Beach Road

  • The application proposes a variation to the average street setback required to Scarborough Beach Road.
  • The LDP stipulates a 4m average street setback however the area of building protruding beyond 4m towards Scarborough Beach Road is 17.3sqm and the compensating area is only 3.9sqm therefore the average is not met.

Building Setbacks

  • The application proposes a variation to the building setback requirements of the LDP
  • The proposed third storey has a nil setback to the western side boundary in lieu of the required 2m setback as stipulated in the LDP.

Maximum Height of Walls Built Up to the Boundary

  • The application proposes a variation to the boundary wall height requirements of the LDP.
  • The proposed boundary wall on the western side boundary has a maximum height of 9.8m and an average height of 9.1m in lieu of 7m and 6m respectively.

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 DA17/2438

By emailing stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au, quoting reference number DA17/2438

By post to: Development Services, City of Stirling, PO Box 1533, Osborne Park WA 6916, and quoting reference number DA17/2438.

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.