About the City's Local Planning Strategy
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Local Planning Strategy supports the community’s vision of shaping Kalgoorlie-Boulder to be a place where people choose to live, work, and play.
This page provides information on current development applications which require community consultation and public advertising.
Under the City's Local Planning Scheme No.1, certain types of development applications require community consultation and public advertising to be undertaken, particularly where large-scale developments are being proposed, land use applications or variations to a development standard that may impact on adjoining properties or the surrounding community.
Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP)
As a key component of planning reform in Western Australia, has seen the creation of Regional Joint Development Assessment Panel.
Development Assessment Panel comprises a mix of technical experts and local government representatives with the power to determine applications for development approvals in place of the relevant decision-making authority.
Development applications lodged with the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, where the estimated cost of development is $7 million or over, are required to be sent to the Regional Joint Development Assessment Panel. Applications over $3 million and less than $7 million are sent on an opt-in basis.
Proposed JDAP Applications open for feedback
The City has received the following development application proposals, which have been sent to the Regional Joint Development Assessment Panel and are open for community input.
To provide your comments, please complete the form below before the nominated closing date.
Proposed Fuel Station, Carwash and Convenience Store
CKB Reference: P048/23
JDAP Reference: DAP/23/02477
Lodgement Date: 03 May 2023
Timeframe: 90 Days
For more information about this application, please contact:
(08) 6551 9919
Proposed Development Applications open for feedback
These Development Applications are assessed by the City.