SCARBOROUGH – 152 Scarborough Beach Road – Fourteen Multiple Dwellings

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Description

The City of Stirling has received an application proposing Fourteen Multiple Dwellings at 152 Scarborough Beach Road SCARBOROUGH WA 6019. This proposal will be assessed by the Metropolitan North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP).

Multiple Dwellings are permitted within the Residential Zone.

The proposed development is for 14 multiple dwellings which present as two buildings and comprises of the following:

  • 10 two bedroom dwellings
  • 4 three bedroom dwellings
  • The building height is permitted to be a maximum height of 3 storeys. The front building contains 4 storeys noting the fourth floor is contained within the roof envelope. The rear building is 3 storeys plus a basement
  • Vehicular access and egress is from Pingrup Lane
  • Provides 16 residential bays and access via a lift and slide car stacker system
  • Four visitor parking bays are proposed, two at the rear of the site accessed from Pingrup Lane and two offsite along Scarborough Beach Road
  • Five residential bicycle bays are provided on level 1 and accessed via the lift and two visitor bicycle bays are provided adjacent to Scarborough Beach Road
  • Provides 14 storerooms
  • Façade elevation proposes cladding, render and battens.

Why is this Development Application being advertised to seek public comment?

The City is seeking public comment on this Development Application as it proposes variations to the Scarborough Beach West Local Development Plan.

The City is seeking public comment with regards to the following variations only:

Building height

Buildings are permitted to have a maximum wall height of 10m and a maximum pitched roof height of 15m.

  • The front building proposes a maximum pitched roof of 15.3m in lieu of 15m
  • The rear building proposes a maximum wall height of 10.2m in lieu of 10m
  • The rear building proposes a maximum pitched roof height of 14.8m. It is noted absolute maximum roof height is 16.1m however this portion of roof contains the lift shaft, which is excluded from the building height calculation and therefore complies.

Boundary walls

Buildings are permitted to have a maximum boundary wall height of 7m and an average boundary wall height of 6m.

  • Proposed maximum boundary wall height of 9.1m and an average boundary wall height of 8.7m to the eastern lot boundary
  • Proposed maximum boundary wall height of 10.6m and an average boundary wall height of 6.0m to the western lot boundary.

Building setbacks

Boundary walls are permitted for two-thirds the length of the lot boundary, behind the street setbacks, on levels 1 and 2 only.

  • The application proposes the third storey of the front building (noted as Front Level 2 on the subject plans) with a nil setback in lieu of 2m on the eastern and western lot boundaries
  • The application proposes the third storey of the rear building (noted as Rear Level 2 on the subject plans) with a nil setback in lieu of 2m on the eastern and western lot boundaries
  • The boundary wall lengths exceed the maximum permitted length (27.73m) on the eastern and western lot boundaries. Specifically:

Boundary wall lengths:

Boundary

Level

Noted on plans

Proposed Length

West

Front Level 1 – Rear Basement

Ground Level and Basement Level

35.6m

West

Front Level 2 – Rear Level 1

Front Level 1 and Rear Ground Level

40.8m

West

Front Level 3 – Rear Level 2

Front Level 2 and Rear Level 1

32.2m

East

Front Level 2 – Rear Level 1

Front Level 1 and Rear Ground Level

39.4m


What forms of advertising have been carried out?

The City has advertised this application in accordance with the City’s Planning Consultation Procedure.

In addition to advertising the application on the City’s website the City has sent letters to landowners/ occupiers within 100m radius in accordance with the City’s Planning Consultation Procedure.

Who will decide this application?

The decision-maker for this development application is the Metropolitan North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP). JDAP is administered by the Department of Planning to determine planning applications, if the development value is over a certain threshold.

Before JDAP makes a decision, the City of Stirling will consider the application and make recommendation to JDAP through a Responsible Authority Report.

For more information on Development Assessment Panels, please visit the Department of Planning website: www.planning.wa.gov.au, email: daps@planning.wa.gov.au or phone: (08) 6551 9919.

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?

The public comment period is now closed.

The public comment period is now closed.

Description

The City of Stirling has received an application proposing Fourteen Multiple Dwellings at 152 Scarborough Beach Road SCARBOROUGH WA 6019. This proposal will be assessed by the Metropolitan North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP).

Multiple Dwellings are permitted within the Residential Zone.

The proposed development is for 14 multiple dwellings which present as two buildings and comprises of the following:

  • 10 two bedroom dwellings
  • 4 three bedroom dwellings
  • The building height is permitted to be a maximum height of 3 storeys. The front building contains 4 storeys noting the fourth floor is contained within the roof envelope. The rear building is 3 storeys plus a basement
  • Vehicular access and egress is from Pingrup Lane
  • Provides 16 residential bays and access via a lift and slide car stacker system
  • Four visitor parking bays are proposed, two at the rear of the site accessed from Pingrup Lane and two offsite along Scarborough Beach Road
  • Five residential bicycle bays are provided on level 1 and accessed via the lift and two visitor bicycle bays are provided adjacent to Scarborough Beach Road
  • Provides 14 storerooms
  • Façade elevation proposes cladding, render and battens.

Why is this Development Application being advertised to seek public comment?

The City is seeking public comment on this Development Application as it proposes variations to the Scarborough Beach West Local Development Plan.

The City is seeking public comment with regards to the following variations only:

Building height

Buildings are permitted to have a maximum wall height of 10m and a maximum pitched roof height of 15m.

  • The front building proposes a maximum pitched roof of 15.3m in lieu of 15m
  • The rear building proposes a maximum wall height of 10.2m in lieu of 10m
  • The rear building proposes a maximum pitched roof height of 14.8m. It is noted absolute maximum roof height is 16.1m however this portion of roof contains the lift shaft, which is excluded from the building height calculation and therefore complies.

Boundary walls

Buildings are permitted to have a maximum boundary wall height of 7m and an average boundary wall height of 6m.

  • Proposed maximum boundary wall height of 9.1m and an average boundary wall height of 8.7m to the eastern lot boundary
  • Proposed maximum boundary wall height of 10.6m and an average boundary wall height of 6.0m to the western lot boundary.

Building setbacks

Boundary walls are permitted for two-thirds the length of the lot boundary, behind the street setbacks, on levels 1 and 2 only.

  • The application proposes the third storey of the front building (noted as Front Level 2 on the subject plans) with a nil setback in lieu of 2m on the eastern and western lot boundaries
  • The application proposes the third storey of the rear building (noted as Rear Level 2 on the subject plans) with a nil setback in lieu of 2m on the eastern and western lot boundaries
  • The boundary wall lengths exceed the maximum permitted length (27.73m) on the eastern and western lot boundaries. Specifically:

Boundary wall lengths:

Boundary

Level

Noted on plans

Proposed Length

West

Front Level 1 – Rear Basement

Ground Level and Basement Level

35.6m

West

Front Level 2 – Rear Level 1

Front Level 1 and Rear Ground Level

40.8m

West

Front Level 3 – Rear Level 2

Front Level 2 and Rear Level 1

32.2m

East

Front Level 2 – Rear Level 1

Front Level 1 and Rear Ground Level

39.4m


What forms of advertising have been carried out?

The City has advertised this application in accordance with the City’s Planning Consultation Procedure.

In addition to advertising the application on the City’s website the City has sent letters to landowners/ occupiers within 100m radius in accordance with the City’s Planning Consultation Procedure.

Who will decide this application?

The decision-maker for this development application is the Metropolitan North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP). JDAP is administered by the Department of Planning to determine planning applications, if the development value is over a certain threshold.

Before JDAP makes a decision, the City of Stirling will consider the application and make recommendation to JDAP through a Responsible Authority Report.

For more information on Development Assessment Panels, please visit the Department of Planning website: www.planning.wa.gov.au, email: daps@planning.wa.gov.au or phone: (08) 6551 9919.

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?

The public comment period is now closed.