Robb Jetty

The Robb Jetty Structure Plan proposes to develop this land for a mix of zones, including a dense activity centre, public open space, residential (ranging up to R160 density), mixed business, mixed use, and a primary school site. 

About the Robb Jetty Structure Plan

The Robb Street Jetty Local Structure Plan forms one of three Local Structure Plans for the larger Cockburn Coast Project area. At 46.67 hectares it is the largest in area and includes:
  • A dense activity centre forming the core of the structure plan area
  • Residential zones with densities ranging from R40 to R160
  • A mixed business centre which accommodates  a transition from existing industrial uses to an integration with residential uses
  • Mixed-use zoning which provides an interface between residential zones and areas of dense activity or traffic flow
  • A public purpose site to allow for the development of a primary school.
The Robb Jetty Local Structure Plan will provide a framework for subdivision and development through the coordination of land use, community facilities, services and infrastructure.

Subdivision and development within Robb Jetty

The Robb Jetty Structure Plan is set within the broader context and issues of the Cockburn Coast District Structure Plan.
If you are looking to subdivide or develop in the Robb Jetty precinct, please consult the City’s local planning policy, which outlines the design guidelines and information on development in this area.

More information and contact

Please contact Strategic Planning for more information on the Robb Jetty Structure Plan on 08 9411 3444 or contact Statutory Planning for information on subdivision and development proposals.

Related Documents

Document name Downloadable files
Local Planning Policy for Robb Jetty and Emplacement PrecinctsPDF document
Robb Jetty Local Structure PlanPDF document
Appendix A - Robb Jetty - Affordable Housing StrategyPDF document
Appendix B - Robb Jetty - Noise & Vibration StudyPDF document
Appendix C - Robb Jetty - Ecological AssessmentPDF document
Appendix D - Robb Jetty - Fire Management PlanPDF document
Appendix E - Robb Jetty - Cultural Heritage StrategyPDF document
Appendix F - Robb Jetty - Coastal Vulnerability AssessmentPDF document
Appendix G - Robb Jetty - Foreshore Management PlanPDF document
Appendix H - Robb Jetty - Local Transport & Traffic Management StrategyPDF document
Appendix I - Robb Jetty - Infrrastructure & Servicing ReportPDF document
Appendix J - Robb Jetty - Economic Development StrategyPDF document
Appendix K - Robb Jetty - Odour Study Waste Water Pump Station sitePDF document
Appendix L - Robb Jetty - Contaminated Sites StudyPDF document
Appendix M - Robb Jetty - Public Art StrategyPDF document
Appendix N - Robb Jetty - Local Water Management StrategyPDF document
Appendix O - Robb Jetty - Place Making StrategyPDF document
Appendix P - Robb Jetty - Community Development PlanPDF document



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