ST JAMES – No. 11A (Lot 678) Burlington Street – Proposed Patio Addition

The Town has received a development application for proposed Patio Addition.

In accordance with Local Planning Policy – Community Consultation on Planning Proposals, you are invited to comment on the following matters:

  • Boundary Setbacks – The Residential Design Codes prescribes the minimum setback distance of buildings from boundaries other than the street. The application proposes variations to the setback of the following walls:
    • Ground Floor (rear) – 1.5 metres required; 1 metre proposed to south western boundary.
  • Length of Boundary Wall – A boundary wall to the north western boundary is proposed to have a length of 8.6 metres. The Residential Design Codes permits a boundary wall of a maximum length of 6.4 metres as permitted under Council’s Local Planning Policy – Boundary Walls.

Where can I view the application?

A copy of the plans and supporting information are available to view in the plans and documents section on this page.

How can I comment?

Any comments you wish to make on the proposal are to be submitted by close of business 3 April 2020, by one of the following:

  • Online, using the submission form below
  • By email: admin@vicpark.wa.gov.au, quoting reference number DA5.2020.142.1
  • By letter: Town of Victoria Park, Locked Bag No. 437, Victoria Park WA 6979, quoting reference number DA5.2020.142.1

How can I find out more information?

You can contact the assessing officer, Amie Groom, Senior Planning Officer on 08 9311 8111.

For detailed enquiries, 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 Town of Victoria Park.

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 proposed Patio Addition.

In accordance with Local Planning Policy – Community Consultation on Planning Proposals, you are invited to comment on the following matters:

  • Boundary Setbacks – The Residential Design Codes prescribes the minimum setback distance of buildings from boundaries other than the street. The application proposes variations to the setback of the following walls:
    • Ground Floor (rear) – 1.5 metres required; 1 metre proposed to south western boundary.
  • Length of Boundary Wall – A boundary wall to the north western boundary is proposed to have a length of 8.6 metres. The Residential Design Codes permits a boundary wall of a maximum length of 6.4 metres as permitted under Council’s Local Planning Policy – Boundary Walls.

Where can I view the application?

A copy of the plans and supporting information are available to view in the plans and documents section on this page.

How can I comment?

Any comments you wish to make on the proposal are to be submitted by close of business 3 April 2020, by one of the following:

  • Online, using the submission form below
  • By email: admin@vicpark.wa.gov.au, quoting reference number DA5.2020.142.1
  • By letter: Town of Victoria Park, Locked Bag No. 437, Victoria Park WA 6979, quoting reference number DA5.2020.142.1

How can I find out more information?

You can contact the assessing officer, Amie Groom, Senior Planning Officer on 08 9311 8111.

For detailed enquiries, 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 Town of Victoria Park.

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 Friday, 3 April 2020

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



    Send us your comments by 5pm Friday, 3 April 2020

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


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