DUNCRAIG SOUTH - GROUP 1
East of Davallia Rd request
To request the City of Joondalup to initiate a review of its Local Housing Strategy (LHS) and an associated amendment to District Planning Scheme No. 2 to change the density coding of lots within Housing Opportunity Area 1, that are currently coded R20/R40 and R20/R60, to a density coding of no higher than R20/R30
24 Apr 2017
Duncraig South Group 1 - Special Meeting of Electors Link to Minutes
16 May 2017
Council Meeting - Duncraig South Group 1 Decision Link to Item CJ078-05/17
27 Jun 2017
Council Meeting - Duncraig South Group 1
Amendment 88 - Link to item CJ086-06/17
DUNCRAIG SOUTH - GROUP 2
West of Davallia Rd request
Requests that the portion of Housing Opportunity Area 1, located west of Davallia Road, be included in Amendment No. 88 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 to reduce the density coding from R20/R40 and R20/R60 to a density coding of no higher than R20/R30;
19 Sept 2017
21 Nov 2017
12 Dec 2017
Duncraig South Group 2 Petition
Council Meeting - Duncraig South Group 2 Decision
Local Housing Strategy - Addressing Issues in Housing Opportunity Areas
Council Meeting - Duncraig South Group 2
Amendment 90 - Link to Item CJ193-12/17
DUNCRAIG SOUTH - BOTH GROUPS
23 Jan 2018
Duncraig South Special Meeting of Electors
Seeking permission to advertise Amendments 88 and 90 over the Christmas break. Link to Minutes
In the November 2017 Council Meeting the Administration indicated that the area west of Davallia Rd could be included in Amendment 88.
This advice was incorrect so in the December 2017 Council Meeting Amendment 90 was approved to rezone the area west of Davallia Rd in the same way as the area east of Davallia Rd.
The Administration advised that advertising Amendments 88 and 90 over the Christmas break was against Council Policy and the Councillors voted to delay the advertising of the Amendments.
The Duncraig South people objected to this ruling because it meant that advertising the Amendments could then not start until after the 20th February 2018 Council Meeting. They petitioned for a Special Meeting of Electors to try and reverse that decision but lost the vote because there was not seven votes for the proposal.
Amendments 88 and 90 are now out for public consultation.
The problem for South Duncraig is that if Local Planning Scheme 3 is endorsed by the WAPC and approved by the Minister of Planning before the Amendments are dealt with by the WAPC then the Amendment process has to be started again.
To them it appears as if the Administration is deliberately delaying their Amendments so they do have to be restarted again, thus giving the Administration another opportunity to convince the Councillors to not vote for the down zoning of Duncraig South's HOA zone.