Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Area (Latitude 32)
Latitude 32, formerly known as the Hope Valley-Wattleup Redevelopment Project, is a significant industrial redevelopment project which covers Hope Valley in the City of Kwinana, and part of Wattleup and Munster in the City of Cockburn.
The redevelopment project is being coordinated by the State Government’s land developer, DevelopmentWA, but includes privately owned lots. All development within the Latitude 32 area, requires Development Approval under the Hope Valley Wattleup Redevelopment Master Plan (Master Plan).
Please do not submit Development Applications for the Latitude 32 area via the City’s online lodgement portal. To submit a Development Application within the Latitude 32 area, please email all relevant documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org
A copy of the Latitude 32 Design Guidelines is available on the Development WA website.
For the latest information, please visit the Development WA Latitude 32 project website in the first instance, or contact the Development WA Project Team.
The Western Australian Planning Commission is the State Government authority with the ultimate control over the processing and determination of subdivision within Western Australia. Although Local Government does not share such decision making powers, it is nonetheless an important partner in the subdivision process through providing comment and recommendation on every subdivision proposed in its local area. Local Government also plays an important role in assessing the design and construction of subdivisions which have been granted approval by the Western Australian Planning Commission to ensure requirements are met and each condition relevant to Local Government is been satisfied.
Lodging a Subdivision Application
The Western Australian Planning Commission also commonly imposes conditions relevant to servicing authorities and Local Government (Water Corporation, Western Power, Telstra, ATCO Gas etc.), and these authorities similarly ensure each condition relevant to them is satisfied as part of the design and construction of subdivision.
To download a Subdivision Application form or consult guidance notes, please follow the link to the Western Australian Planning Commission’s subdivision information section of the website.