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The Cockburn Central Activity Centre Strategy confirms the vision for Cockburn Central and details the key actions required to support the maturity of the centre. The strategy covers a number of actions to manage and support the growth of the area, including important road network improvements such as the Armadale Road and North Lake Road Bridge Interchange project. The action plan in the Related Documents area below summarises the outcomes and key actions of the strategy.
The Cockburn Central Activity Centre Strategy seeks to:
Structure plans are adopted for most areas within Cockburn Central and it is not the intent of the strategy to override any adopted structure plan. The intent is to provide broad strategic long term guidance to ensure a consistent approach across the activity centre area and to guide any further structure plans or structure plan amendments.
The strategy builds on the surrounding structure plans guiding the development of:
Please contact Strategic Planning for more information on the Cockburn Central Activity Centre Strategy by phone on 08 9411 3444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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