Notice of Special Meeting of Electors – Thursday 3 December 2020 at 7pm

In accordance with Section 5.29 of the Local Government act 1995, notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of Electors is to be held at 7:00 pm on Thursday 3 December 2020 at Adam Armstrong Pavilion, Beatrice Road, Dalkeith for the purpose of With or Without Amendment, as approved by the Special Electors Meeting – A local planning policy which requires at least the following: 

  1. Immediate deferral of all development applications for more than 4 or more residences on one lot or site, pending the implementation of the following actions and the outcome of the City of Nedlands comprehensive traffic management policies and studies. 
  2. A mandatory requirement for development applications in the City of Nedlands for 4 or more residences at a site to bond funds with the City of Nedlands, for the City to commission an independent cumulative traffic assessment for the locality. 
  3. For the proposed developments which would be put to a Joint Development Assessment Panel, the City would require the independent cumulative traffic assessment be undertaken, with the independent assessment then made available to the ratepayers in advance of the Council’s consideration of the proposed development application. 
  4. Annually, the City of Nedlands would review and report on to the Council: 
    a) the overall state of larger developments – what has been built in the past year, what is a pending application and what is foreseeable or proposed (announced publicly or mentioned); 
    b) the likely “macro” traffic impact within the roads and main arterial roads and highways of the City of Nedlands; and 
    c) desirability of any necessary measures that can be put in place to reduce traffic increase in any localities (such as footpath or bike-path, car-free development conditions, street parking limitations, annual levies on the high-rise residences which funds are specifically put to private shuttle services to key areas). 
  5. Such other related business arising. 

 

Mark Goodlet 
Chief Executive Officer