CLE News

PIA WA Breakfast Forum with Hon. Rita Saffioti MLA

CLE was proud to sponsor the PIA WA breakfast forum with the Minister for Planning on Friday 25 August. We welcome Minister Saffioti’s enthusiasm to see true planning reform and delivery of the METRONET infrastructure with integrated land use planning outcomes.

 

 

Peet Ltd – Brabham Development

We congratulate Peet Ltd on being chosen as the successful candidate for the Housing Authority’s Brabham project in the north east corridor. The project area is 220ha, expecting to yield more than 3000 homes. CLE look forward to continuing to work on this project.

Media Statement: https://www.mediastatements.wa.gov.au/Pages/McGowan/2017/07/Peet-preferred-proponent-for-Brabham-development.aspx

UDIA National Conference 2016 and Study Tours

CLE staff members Neil Thom and Chris Leigh recently attended the UDIA National Conference in Adelaide, hearing from National and International speakers over 3 days. As part of the conference study tours Neil and Chris visited Lightsview, a CIC/PEET project approximately 7km’s north east of the CBD and St. Clair an AV Jennings project approximately 7.5km north west of the CBD.

 

Both projects showcased an interesting mix of small frontage terrace homes ranging in lot frontage widths between 3.75m-4.5m, as well as apartments and traditional family homes.  The opportunity to view narrow lot product was particularly timely as WAPC and DoP currently considers policy changes to facilitate similar forms of development.

 

For more information on the conference and study tours contact Neil or Chris.

 

UDIA Adelaide 2016 March

Draft Perth and Peel Green Growth Plan for 3.5 Million

The State Government has released the draft Perth and Peel Green Growth Plan for 3.5 million (GGP) for consultation until 13th May 2016. The GGP has major implications for industry in terms of environmental approvals, but also the planning process, land availability, likely yields and assumptions during due diligence. CLE will be making a submission on behalf of our Clients. Key planning concerns relate to: flexibility for inclusion of additional urban, industrial or infrastructure land to meet housing demand; requirements for more conservation reserves as public open space (free of cost); wetland reclassification and buffer requirements and lack of funding detail and implications on housing affordability. Please contact our planners to discuss this document and planning implications for your projects further.

 

The maps can be viewed on the Department of Planning website here.

The Green Growth Plan Summary can be downloaded here.

 

GGP