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The below documents are available for download.

EPBC referral
Preliminary documentation

Interested persons and organisations are invited to comment in writing on the Preliminary Documentation by Friday 12 June 2017. Persons with special needs (i.e. for whom English is a second language or are vision impaired) may contact Ms Belinda Heath via the details below.

Written submissions can be posted to Ms Belinda Heath, PGV Environmental, Unit 1, 61 Guthrie Street, Osborne Park WA 6017.

Contact telephone number 0429 500 027

Electronic submissions can be made to belinda@pgv.net.au

The Development Area 2 Structure Plan, covering  hectares of land was approved by the WAPC on 7th February 2017.

LandCorp is currently working on the completion of the remaining structure plans.

The Development Area 3 Structure Plan, covering 311 hectares of land was approved by the WAPC on 8th Ocrtober 2015.

LandCorp is currently working on the completion of the remaining structure plans.

The public comment period for the following documents closed in May 2015.

Master Plan Amendment 10  - this document relates to the Development Area 3 Development Contribution Plan

and 

Master Plan Amendment 11  - this document is an update to the the Master Plan to align with the Development Area 2 Structure Plan; and also includes the draft Development Area 2 Development Contribution Plan Report.

For further information please contact LandCorp on (08) 9482 7499.

The following documents were available for public comment.

Pursuant to Section 2 of Attachment 1 of the Minister for Environment Statement No. 667:

Pursuant to the Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Project Master Plan:

The comment period closed  December 2014.

For further information please contact (08) 9482 7499.

To see all the Latitude 32 statutory and information documents click here.

Given the size and scope of Latitude 32, it will require the construction of and major investment into some important infrastructure, including the possibility of future road works and an intermodal freight terminal.

The need for this infrastructure will be determined as the project progresses.

Currently there are a number of possible road works planned to make sure that Latitude 32 has easy access to road, rail, ports and Perth’s airports. These include:

  • The anticipated construction/extension of Rowley Road by 2026,
  • The anticipated construction of the Fremantle to Rockingham Controlled Access Highway (FRCAH) by 2031.

For more information about the road works call Main Roads Western Australia on 138 138.

The intermodal freight terminal will be used to transfer freight, mainly containers, from one type of transport to another, such as from rail to road. It will cater for intrastate transport and the proposed outer harbour freight movements. The decision about the location and the configuration of the intermodal freight terminal depends on any decisions that might be made about the outer harbour.

For more information call the Department of Transport on 6551 6000.

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