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 Strategic Planning (Forward Planning - Projects)

Strategic Planning, also known as Forward Planning, focuses on:
  • setting a framework for future development by addressing the form and direction of growth
  • implementing State Government policies
  • identifying and implementing local structure plans (for example: The Springs and Development Area 6)
  • preparing local planning policies.

Below is a list of projects occurring within the City. Please click on the links below to obtain further information.



Ascot Kilns / Golden Gateway Precinct

Preparation of the Ascot Kilns Local Development Plan and Golden Gateway Precinct Local Structure Plan has commenced...more


Development Area 6 and Forrestfield-Airport Link

Development Area 6 (DA6) is bounded by Tonkin Highway, Great Eastern Highway, Coolgardie Avenue, Redcliffe Road, Fauntleroy Avenue and Airport Precincts (as defined under the Perth Airport Masterplan).


The Springs is bounded by Graham Farmer Freeway, Great Eastern Highway, Brighton Road and Swan River foreshore. This area is being redeveloped into a vibrant medium to high-density residential mixed-use development...more


Development Areas and Structure Plans

Local Planning Scheme No 15 identifies 11 areas within the City of Belmont as requiring an approved structure plan prior to development taking place...more


Planning Control Area 109 includes Lot 600 (39) Central Avenue, Lot 601 (72) and Lot 602 Coolgardie Avenue and Lot 1 (25) Waterview Parade, Ascot...more


Planning Control Area 116

Planning Control Area 116 includes portion of Brearley Avenue and adjoining reserve areas, Redcliffe...more


Great Eastern Highway Urban Corridor Strategy

The City of Belmont is developing an Urban Corridor Strategy which will relate to properties fronting Great Eastern Highway, between the Graham Farmer Freeway in Rivervale and Ivy Street in Redcliffe. The purpose of the Strategy is to establish a 'vision' for the Great Eastern Highway corridor that responds to its physical, social and economic context, community aspirations and relevant planning frameworks. In doing so, it will address matters relating to land use, built form, the public realm and access arrangements, and provide a series of recommendations for implementing the vision.

Visioning and design workshops were held with the community in November 2017 regarding this project. The following Visioning and Design Workshop Outcomes Report was prepared which outlines what was presented and discussed during the workshops. Please note this document is 33MB. 

Advertising of the Great Eastern Highway Urban Corridor Strategy commences Friday 27 July 2018 and will close Tuesday 25 September 2018.  For further information, click here.

Further enquiries in relation to the above can be directed to Coordinator Design Projects, Lidija Langford on 9477 7274.