Joint Development Assessment Panel applications
Certain types of Planning Applications are required to be determined by the Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP). Under the regulations, each JDAP will determine development applications that meet certain type and value thresholds as if it were the responsible authority under the relevant planning instrument, such as the local planning scheme or regional planning scheme.
The regulations state that JDAP applications cannot be determined by local government or the Western Australian Planning Commission.
For more information on the JDAP process, please refer to the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage opens in a new window
Subdivision clearance applications
The Western Australian Planning Commission is responsible for approving all subdivision applications and certain classes of strata subdivision applications in our State.
Information and comment from the relevant local government, any public authority or utility services provider are also included in this assessment prior to a decision being made on the proposed plan.
For further information on lodging a subdivision application and the relevant forms, refer to the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage opens in a new window
Built Strata Applications
Once conditional subdivision approval has been granted by the Western Australian Planning Commission and works have been completed, developers are required to lodge an application for clearance with the City.
Part of the subdivision clearance process, is for the developer to demonstrate compliance with their subdivision conditions.
Lodging a subdivision clearance application
To lodge a subdivision clearance application, you need to complete the following steps.
- You can submit an application for subdivision clearance online via eProperty.
Application for Subdivision Clearance
Local Development Plan Applications
A built strata generally will have already received approvals from the City and where relevant, state authorities during the planning and building process.
This means only an additional approval from the City is needed to ensure the development is in accordance with the planning approval.
The built strata approval is issued in two parts by the City, one being the Form 15A which ensures compliance with the original plans of approval, and the other being the Form 15C, which ensures all conditions of planning approval have been complied with.
Complete Application 15C - Completion of Approval Conditions
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Local development plans are used in limited situations to guide the design and development of small and constrained lots or to achieve particular design outcomes. Local development plans are often required as a result of a subdivision condition imposed by the Western Australian Planning Commission for subdivision approval.
Lodge Local Development Plan Application
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A Massage service is a service where the business carries out the massage, massage therapy or therapeutic/ remedial massage on a client.
Depending on the number of consultants proposed and the information provided, this will determine the class of use under the City’s Local Planning Scheme No. 3 (LPS 3) and the way in which the assessment is conducted.
A Massage Service falls under the definition of an ‘Unlisted’ use under LPS 3, which means that the proposal would require planning approval from the City of Cockburn in all zones.
For more information about what forms, fees and information is required, please read the Planning Application Checklist. Please note that additional information contained below is required to be provided for all proposed Massage Services.
Please contact the City’s Statutory Planning Services for more information on 08 9411 3444 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.