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2200 Rep7 NS-09 2200 Rep8b NS-09 - City Of Belmont

2200 Rep7 NS-09 2200 Rep8b NS-09 - City Of Belmont

2.2.3 Previous

2.2.3 Previous Subdivision Designs The WAPC has previously appointed Town Planning consultants to prepare a design over Lot 603 Tibradden Circle to illustrate the long term development potenal of the site (refer Figure 9). This plan considered Lot 603 in isolaon and was therefore not able to provide development opons for the abung residenal lots. The plan showed a number of front-loaded coage lots (averaging in size from 350m² - 480m²) accessing from two internal 10m road reserves. These road reserves intersected with a proposed 20m road reserve created along the unconstructed Lilian Grove. The importance of this proposal illustrates the WAPC’s support of a road reserve through the exisng ‘Parks and Recreaon’ reserve, and Lot 202 abung the southern boundary of the site. An area of Public Open Space (POS), 1900m² in area was also proposed within the site. It is unlikely that the City would support this POS area due to the proximity to Garvey Park. Figure 9: Previous Subdivision Design Source: Western Australian Planning Commission LEGEND Subject Site P.11 11 2200 2200 Rep7 Rep8b NS-09 NS-09

3.0 SITE ANALYSIS 3.1 Context Analysis The Ascot DA8 subject site is located 8.5km from the Perth City Centre, within 1.5km of the Perth Airport and within 100m of the Swan River. The site is well located in relaon to transportaon networks; regional services; employment; educaon facilies; local and regional open space; and infrastructure. The main road access into the precinct is via the signal controlled intersecon at Great Eastern Highway and Fauntleroy Avenue, with secondary access available via the more convoluted Tibradden Circle and Lilian Grove. This residenal area of Ascot is generally characterised by smaller R20 and R40 zoned lots to the south and west of the site; and larger two storey R20 lots with Swan River frontage to the north of the site. Garvey Park is located to the west of the site, providing a significant area of remnant foreshore vegetaon and recreaonal areas within close proximity. The surrounding road network is quite varied: • Fauntleroy Avenue to the north is an exisng low speed road, lined with mature street trees, which provides direct access from Great Eastern Highway to the key recreaonal areas of Garvey Park; • Hay Road and Tibradden Circle to the south are constructed as standard residenal roads with wide verges. A small poron of the exisng verge has been constructed for on-street parking; • Lilian Grove to the west is an unconstructed road reserve zoned ‘Parks and Recreaon’ in the MRS. This road reserve connects to Tibradden Circle via Lot 202 which is owned by the WAPC and vested in the City of Belmont for Public Recreaon. The WAPC have advised that they would consider supporng Lot 202 as an extension of the exisng road reserve to allow for development of Lot 603 Tibradden Circle. A graphical representaon of the Context Analysis is shown within Figure 10. 3.2 Site Descripon The DA8 area is characterised by a saddle landform, with higher land on the north and south of the site and a central low running through the site connecng Garvey Park in the west to the Swan River in the east. At the 4m contour level in the centre of the site, water from the drainage ouall tends to pool. The majority of Lot 603 Tibradden Circle has been cleared. Scaered vegetaon is found throughout the individual private properes fronng Fauntleroy Avenue. The central-western poron of Lot 603 is the weest part of the site and although not defined as a wetland, supports wetland type vegetaon. All of the lots fronng Fauntleroy Avenue (except for Lot 252 and 258) have been developed as single storey dwellings. Lot 252 has been developed as a tradional duplex lot with a strata boundary down the centre of the site. Lot 258 is currently vacant. The physical aributes of the site can be seen on the aerial included within the Context Analysis (refer Figure 10). P.12 12 2200 2200 Rep7 Rep8b NS-09 NS-09

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