VICTORIA PARK - No.14 (Lot 701) Leonard Street - DAP Application - 13 Multiple Dwellings

Consultation has concluded

The Town has received a development application for DAP Application - 13 Multiple Dwellings. The application proposes a three storey apartment building with under croft car parking.

In accordance with Local Planning Policy 37 – “Community Consultation on Planning Proposals”, Your comments are sought in relation to aspects of the proposed development as detailed in the following table:

Element Objective

Acceptable Outcome

Proposed

  • Street setbacks
  • O2.3.1 – The setback of the development from the street reinforces and/or complements the existing or proposed landscape character of the street.
  • O2.3.2 – The street setback provides a clear transition between the public and private realm.
  • O2.3.3 – The street setback assists in achieving visual privacy to apartments from the street.
  • O2.3.4 – The setback of the development enables passive surveillance and outlook to the street.
Minimum street setbacks under Local Planning Policy 25 – Streetscape
Primary Street
Average: 6m
Minimum: 3m



Primary Street
Average: 6.075m
Minimum: 3.3m
  • Side setbacks/Lot boundary walls
  • O2.4.1 – Building boundary setbacks provide for adequate separation between neighbouring properties.
  • O2.4.2 – Building boundary setbacks are consistent with the existing streetscape pattern or the desired streetscape character.
  • O2.4.3 – The setback of development from side and rear boundaries enables retention of existing trees and provision of deep soil areas that reinforce the landscape character of the area, support tree canopy and assist with stormwater management.
  • O2.4.4 –The setback of development from side and rear boundaries provides a transition between sites with different land uses or intensity of development.
Side setback:
3m
Side Setback:
2.4m to the north east side boundary

1.2m to the south west side boundary
Maximum lot boundary wall height:
1 storeys
OR
boundary wall of equal or lesser height than an existing abutting wall
Lot boundary wall height:
1 storey



  • Car and Bicycle Parking
  • O3.9.1 – Parking and facilities are provided for cyclists and other modes of transport.
  • O3.9.2 – Car parking provision is appropriate to the location, with reduced provision possible in areas that are highly walkable and/or have good public transport or cycle networks and/or are close to employment centres.
  • O3.9.3 – Car parking is designed to be safe and accessible.
  • O3.9.4 – The design and location of car parking minimises negative visual and environmental impacts on amenity and the streetscape.
Car parking:
12 Resident bays
3 Visitor bays
Car parking:
19 Resident bays
3 Visitor bays
Bicycle parking:
7 Resident bays
1 Visitor bays
Bicycle parking:
8 Resident bays
2 Visitor bays
  • Plot Ratio
  • O2.5.1 – The overall bulk and scale of development is appropriate for the existing or planned character of the area.
Maximum plot ratio:
0.8
Proposed plot ratio:
1.0
  • Building height
  • O2.2.1 – The height of development responds to the desired future scale and character of the street and local area, including existing buildings that are unlikely to change.
  • O2.2.2 – The height of buildings within a development responds to changes in topography.
  • O2.2.3 – Development incorporates articulated roof design and/or roof top communal open space where appropriate.
  • O2.2.4 – The height of development recognises the need for daylight and solar access to adjoining and nearby residential development, communal open space and in some cases, public spaces.
Maximum permitted building height under ToVP Precinct Plan P12 - East Victoria Park: 8.6m
Height of proposed development: 13.3m
  • Privacy and overlooking
  • O3.5.1 – The orientation and design of buildings, windows and balconies minimises direct overlooking of habitable rooms and private outdoor living areas within the site and of neighbouring properties, while maintaining daylight and solar access, ventilation and the external outlook of habitable rooms.
Unenclosed private outdoor space (balconies) within storeys 1-4 setback 6m
Unenclosed private outdoor space (balconies) within storeys 1-4 setback 6.8m
  • Overshadowing
  • O3.2.1 – Building layouts respond to the streetscape, topography and site attributes while optimising solar and daylight access within the development.
  • O3.2.2 – Building form and orientation minimises overshadowing of the habitable rooms, open space and solar collectors of neighbouring properties during mid-winter.
Overshadowing of adjoining property
(Zoned R60)
overshadowing shall not exceed 50% of adjoining properties.
Overshadowing to adjacent neighbour at No. 16 Leonard Street – 43%
Overshadowing to adjacent neighbour at No. 13D McMillan Street – 44.68%
Overshadowing to adjacent neighbour at No. 5/15 McMillan Street – 35.5%

Where can I view the application?

A copy of the plans and supporting information are available to view in the Plans and Documents section located on the right side of this page.

How can I comment?

Any comments you wish to make on the proposal are to be submitted by close of business 5 November 2019, by one of the following:

  • Online, using the submission form below
  • By email: admin@vicpark.wa.gov.au, quoting reference number 5.2019.175.1
  • By letter: Town of Victoria Park, Locked Bag No. 437, Victoria Park WA 6979, quoting reference number 5.2019.175.1

How can I find out more information?

The assessing officer for the application is Planning Officer, Alexander Thamm. You can contact Alexander on 08 9311 8111 or ask a question via the link below.

For detailed inquiries, we recommend that you contact the assessing officer to arrange a meeting (during business hours) at the Town's administration centre.

Who will decide this application?

The decision-maker for this development application is the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP)

It is noted that the decision-maker will take into account the comments received, however, are not obliged to support these views.

The Town has received a development application for DAP Application - 13 Multiple Dwellings. The application proposes a three storey apartment building with under croft car parking.

In accordance with Local Planning Policy 37 – “Community Consultation on Planning Proposals”, Your comments are sought in relation to aspects of the proposed development as detailed in the following table:

Element Objective

Acceptable Outcome

Proposed

  • Street setbacks
  • O2.3.1 – The setback of the development from the street reinforces and/or complements the existing or proposed landscape character of the street.
  • O2.3.2 – The street setback provides a clear transition between the public and private realm.
  • O2.3.3 – The street setback assists in achieving visual privacy to apartments from the street.
  • O2.3.4 – The setback of the development enables passive surveillance and outlook to the street.
Minimum street setbacks under Local Planning Policy 25 – Streetscape
Primary Street
Average: 6m
Minimum: 3m



Primary Street
Average: 6.075m
Minimum: 3.3m
  • Side setbacks/Lot boundary walls
  • O2.4.1 – Building boundary setbacks provide for adequate separation between neighbouring properties.
  • O2.4.2 – Building boundary setbacks are consistent with the existing streetscape pattern or the desired streetscape character.
  • O2.4.3 – The setback of development from side and rear boundaries enables retention of existing trees and provision of deep soil areas that reinforce the landscape character of the area, support tree canopy and assist with stormwater management.
  • O2.4.4 –The setback of development from side and rear boundaries provides a transition between sites with different land uses or intensity of development.
Side setback:
3m
Side Setback:
2.4m to the north east side boundary

1.2m to the south west side boundary
Maximum lot boundary wall height:
1 storeys
OR
boundary wall of equal or lesser height than an existing abutting wall
Lot boundary wall height:
1 storey



  • Car and Bicycle Parking
  • O3.9.1 – Parking and facilities are provided for cyclists and other modes of transport.
  • O3.9.2 – Car parking provision is appropriate to the location, with reduced provision possible in areas that are highly walkable and/or have good public transport or cycle networks and/or are close to employment centres.
  • O3.9.3 – Car parking is designed to be safe and accessible.
  • O3.9.4 – The design and location of car parking minimises negative visual and environmental impacts on amenity and the streetscape.
Car parking:
12 Resident bays
3 Visitor bays
Car parking:
19 Resident bays
3 Visitor bays
Bicycle parking:
7 Resident bays
1 Visitor bays
Bicycle parking:
8 Resident bays
2 Visitor bays
  • Plot Ratio
  • O2.5.1 – The overall bulk and scale of development is appropriate for the existing or planned character of the area.
Maximum plot ratio:
0.8
Proposed plot ratio:
1.0
  • Building height
  • O2.2.1 – The height of development responds to the desired future scale and character of the street and local area, including existing buildings that are unlikely to change.
  • O2.2.2 – The height of buildings within a development responds to changes in topography.
  • O2.2.3 – Development incorporates articulated roof design and/or roof top communal open space where appropriate.
  • O2.2.4 – The height of development recognises the need for daylight and solar access to adjoining and nearby residential development, communal open space and in some cases, public spaces.
Maximum permitted building height under ToVP Precinct Plan P12 - East Victoria Park: 8.6m
Height of proposed development: 13.3m
  • Privacy and overlooking
  • O3.5.1 – The orientation and design of buildings, windows and balconies minimises direct overlooking of habitable rooms and private outdoor living areas within the site and of neighbouring properties, while maintaining daylight and solar access, ventilation and the external outlook of habitable rooms.
Unenclosed private outdoor space (balconies) within storeys 1-4 setback 6m
Unenclosed private outdoor space (balconies) within storeys 1-4 setback 6.8m
  • Overshadowing
  • O3.2.1 – Building layouts respond to the streetscape, topography and site attributes while optimising solar and daylight access within the development.
  • O3.2.2 – Building form and orientation minimises overshadowing of the habitable rooms, open space and solar collectors of neighbouring properties during mid-winter.
Overshadowing of adjoining property
(Zoned R60)
overshadowing shall not exceed 50% of adjoining properties.
Overshadowing to adjacent neighbour at No. 16 Leonard Street – 43%
Overshadowing to adjacent neighbour at No. 13D McMillan Street – 44.68%
Overshadowing to adjacent neighbour at No. 5/15 McMillan Street – 35.5%

Where can I view the application?

A copy of the plans and supporting information are available to view in the Plans and Documents section located on the right side of this page.

How can I comment?

Any comments you wish to make on the proposal are to be submitted by close of business 5 November 2019, by one of the following:

  • Online, using the submission form below
  • By email: admin@vicpark.wa.gov.au, quoting reference number 5.2019.175.1
  • By letter: Town of Victoria Park, Locked Bag No. 437, Victoria Park WA 6979, quoting reference number 5.2019.175.1

How can I find out more information?

The assessing officer for the application is Planning Officer, Alexander Thamm. You can contact Alexander on 08 9311 8111 or ask a question via the link below.

For detailed inquiries, we recommend that you contact the assessing officer to arrange a meeting (during business hours) at the Town's administration centre.

Who will decide this application?

The decision-maker for this development application is the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP)

It is noted that the decision-maker will take into account the comments received, however, are not obliged to support these views.

  • Send us your comments by 5pm Tuesday 5 November 2019

    Please note that only submissions with verifiable names and addresses can be accepted.

    Send us your comments by 5pm Tuesday 5 November 2019

    Please note that only submissions with verifiable names and addresses can be accepted.

    Consultation has concluded