Glossary of Terms

 

Latitude 32 Industry Zone

The Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Act area is more commonly known as the Latitude 32 Industry Zone.

Key Natural Areas

Areas including and incorporating the following environmental components:

- Existing Parks and Recreation reserves identified in the Master Plan;

- Conservation and Resource Enhancement management category wetlands and buffers;

- Vegetation in Very Good to Excellent Condition (In accordance with Bush Forever vegetation condition rating);

- Remnant vegetation areas to assist links and habitat areas and Vegetation connecting Conway Road Swamp, Hendy Road Swamp (east) and Long Swamp.

Green Links

Non-contiguous natural areas that connect larger natural areas by forming stepping stones that allow the movement over time of avifauna between larger natural areas.

Planning Policy

Means a Planning Policy which has been prepared under the Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Project Master Plan.

Planning Strategy

Means a Planning Strategy in respect of the Master Plan, as endorsed by the Authority.

Structure Plan

Structure plans provide a framework for the coordinated provision and arrangement of future land use, subdivision and development including the provision of transport networks; public open space; utility and service networks; urban water management; development standards; and community infrastructure and other investment and staging programs.

Design Guidelines

Means a Design Guideline which has been prepared under the Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Project Master Plan.

Master Plan Amendment

Means an amendment to the Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Project Master Plan.

Operative Provisions

A provision within the operative version of the Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Project Master Plan.

Application

An application for development or subdivision approval.

Bulk Earthworks

The movement, compaction or stockpiling of existing sand/soils on site and/or importation or removal of fill not exceeding the level denoted within the Latitude 32 Planning Policy 2.2 - Levels Planning or material from the site (any earthworks beyond the levels denoted within Planning Policy 2.2 will be considered Industry-Extractive).

Detailed Levels Plan

Means ‘Attachment 1: Details Levels Plan’ of Latitude 32 Planning Policy 2.2 - Levels Planning.

Development

Has the same meaning as it has under the Planning and Development Act 2005:

“means the development or use of any land, including —

(a)       any demolition, erection, construction, alteration of or addition to any building or structure on the land;

(b)       the carrying out on the land of any excavation or other works;

(c)       in the case of a place to which a Conservation Order made under section 59 of the Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990 applies, any act or thing that —

(i)          is likely to change the character of that place or the external appearance of any building; or

(ii)        would constitute an irreversible alteration of the fabric of any building;”

Non-conforming use

Has the same meaning as it has under the Planning and Development Act 2005:

“means a use of land which, though lawful immediately before the coming into operation of a planning scheme or amendment to a planning scheme, is not in conformity with a provision of that scheme which deals with a matter specified in Schedule 7 clause 6 or 7”

Retaining wall 

 

A wall or supporting structure designed and constructed to support a difference in levels created via excavation or fill on, adjacent to, or between lots.

Resource Extraction

The extraction, quarrying or removal of sand, gravel, clay, hard rock, stone or similar materials from the land and includes the treatment and storage of those materials, or the manufacture of products from those materials on, or adjacent to, the land from which the materials are extracted, but does not include industry - mining.

Trade Wastewater

Trade wastewater is any wastewater discharged from a business or industry, aside from that which comes from staff amenities or office facilities.

Redevelopment Level

Means the finished surface level depicted on ‘Attachment 1: Details Levels Plan’ of Latitude 32 Planning Policy 2.2 - Levels Planning.

Reserve Land

 

Land reserved for public purposes as delineated and depicted on the Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Project Master Plan Reserve Map (Appendix 2).

Intermodal Terminal

An intermodal freight terminal is a site used to transfer freight (mainly containers) from one mode of transport to another, ie rail to road, together with all the necessary support services and activities

Land Use Synergies

Means land uses which are complimentary to another land use.

Planning Concept

Preliminary Planning Design which forms the basis of a structure plan.

Net Redevelopment Area

Net Redevelopment Area is the net area of land excluding undevelopable land within a defined area. The areas generally exclude the following:

  • Primary Regional Roads (proposed Fremantle to Rockingham Controlled Access Highway and
  • Rowley Road);
  • Other Regional Roads (Russell Road and Anketell Road);
  • Land required for the District Distributor Road and associated drainage;
  • Existing local roads to be retained;
  • Western Power easement (330KV);
  • Gas Pipeline easements (Parmelia and Dampier to Bunbury Gas Pipeline);
  • Land protected under the Biodiversity Strategy Review (Conway, Hendy, Long and Wattleup
  • Swamps and Postans Reserve;
  • Existing Rail reserve (rail line only);
  • Land for zone sub-stations;
  • Identified land constrained by access, levels, servicing constraints or site contamination; and
  • Other land identified in the Net Redevelopment Area Plan within the Developer Contribution Plan Report.

Gross Area

Total land area without any exclusions.

Net Developable Area

Net Developable Area is the net area of land excluding undevelopable land within a defined area. The areas generally exclude the following:

  • Primary Regional Roads (proposed Fremantle to Rockingham Controlled Access Highway and
  • Rowley Road);
  • Other Regional Roads (Russell Road and Anketell Road);
  • Land required for District Distributor Road and associated drainage;
  • Existing local roads to be retained;
  • Western Power easement (330KV);
  • Gas Pipeline easements (Parmelia and Dampier to Bunbury Gas Pipeline);
  • Land protected under the Biodiversity Strategy Review (Conway, Hendy, Long and Wattleup
  • Swamps and Postans Reserve);
  • Existing Rail reserve (rail line only);
  • Land for zone sub-stations; (power infrastructure requirements to be updated)
  • Local roads identified by the SP;
  • Land for service infrastructure and drainage; and
  • Other land identified in the Net Developable Area Plan within the Developer Contribution Plan Report.

State Administrative Tribunal

The State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) is an independent body that makes and reviews a range of administrative decisions. These range from reviews of multi-million dollar tax judgments and dog destruction orders to disciplinary proceedings, guardianship questions and town planning and compensation issues.

Development Area

Is an area of land identified within Appendix 3 of the Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Project Master Plan.

Planning Area

Previous term used under the District Structure Plan. No longer relevant.

Biodiversity Strategy

The document titled ‘Biodiversity Strategy’ (Final Report) prepared for the Western Australian Land Authority (trading as LandCorp), dated November 2007.

Biodiversity Strategy Review

The document titled ‘Biodiversity Strategy Review’ prepared for LandCorp, being the five (5) year review of the Biodiversity Strategy, dated October 2014