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Main Roads WA has indicated 2026 for Rowley Road and the upgrade of Anketell Road and are working on a plan and timing for the Fremantle Rockingham Controlled Access Highway (FRCAH).

The Westport Taskforce is currently preparing a Westport Port and Environs Strategy, which includes a number of proposed locations for an intermodal terminal. Latitude 32 is one of the proposed locations.

The taskforce includes experts from key government agencies responsible for planning, transport, environment, jobs and finances.

Yes, but the payment varies between development areas. The development contribution plans will be finalised when the Westport Port and Environs Strategy is close to being completed.

On the 12th September 2017 the State Government announced the Westport - Port and Environs Strategy which will outline a long-range vision to guide the planning, development and growth of both the Inner Harbour at Fremantle and the Outer Harbour at Kwinana.

This plan, to be developed by a multi-agency, multi-disciplinary project team will set out how the port and its associated landside transport linkages are expected to develop in order to ensure the future freight, trade and logistics requirements of Perth and the surrounding regions are met for the next 50 years and beyond.

There are opportunities for sand and limestone to be extracted to reach the final redevelopment levels. The levels which sand can be extracted to is identified within the Levels Planning Policy.

LandCorp owns less than 20% of land in the area, which includes Flinders Precinct, the first estate within Latitude 32 and land within Development Area 2 (former Wattleup townsite) and also the former Cockburn Cement quarry.

The private sector will develop the bulk of Latitude 32.

Development has occurred at Flinders Precinct .

LandCorp is expected to commence work on Development Area 2 in 2019 with further development across the 1400ha taking place subject to demand.