There are two ways you can obtain approval to develop within Latitude 32:
1. Temporary development
Temporary development can be undertaken prior to structure plan advertising, in accordance with the Latitude 32 Development of Land Policy. Refer to the Development of Land Policy at the bottom of the page.
Following approval of a structure plan, temporary development will be considered in limited circumstances depending on compliance with the approved levels plan (within the structure plan) and timing from the development front or development by others.
2. Permanent industrial development
All permanent development must be in accordance with:
- A structure plan approved by the Western Australian Planning Commission,
- The development contribution plan relating to the relevant development area, and
- The Latitude 32 Design Guidelines - please refer to link at the bottom of the page.
For an update on:
The current planning status of each development area click here
Planning information, including planning requirements of developers and various agencies for the area, and the planning application form and checklist documents can be found on the Planning page
For more information on developing in Latitude 32 take a look at the frequently asked questions.
If you are interested in investing in land within Latitude 32 take a look at the Investor page.