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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

5.0 STRUCTURE PLAN 5.1

5.0 STRUCTURE PLAN 5.1 Vision The vision for the DA8 subject site is of an infill development of contemporary urban design which ulises exisng unconstructed road reserves to provide a permeable and legible internal road network providing connecvity to areas of key interest external to the site. Two design opons have been prepared for the site with the key differences outlined below: • Opon 1 - Proposes development of the whole site for residenal purposes. • Opon 2 - Proposes the creaon of an area of POS within the western poron of Lot 603 to allow for retenon of the dampland and associated vegetaon. 5.2 Design Principles and Objecves • Provide a site responsive framework for urban land uses which integrates the Development Area with surrounding land uses; • Provide a flexible neighbourhood structure capable of adapng over me to market changes and private landowner development opportunies; • Provide for residenal densies and lot sizes which respond to and reflect the densies and frontages within abung residenal areas; • Provide a sustainable land use design incorporang a modified street network which ulises exisng unconstructed road reserves, allowing for high permeability and accessibility; • Provide an efficient and effecve system of local access ways which increase connecvity to the Swan River, Garvey Park and Great Eastern Highway; • Promote an environment for safe, efficient and pleasant walking, cycling and driving; • Provide accessible, aracve and safe public amenity, specifically improving surveillance of the abung Garvey Park; and • Provide a design opon which allows for the retenon of the Lot 603 dampland within public open space. 5.3 Key Structure Plan Elements To ensure the successful implementaon of the defined Principles and Objecves for the development of the site, a number of elements have been idenfied and reflected within the two DA8 Structure Plan design opons to respond to the feedback received from the City of Belmont, DPI and other stakeholders. The Structure Plan elements are clearly outlined on the proposed DA8 Structure Plan opons (refer Figures 17 and 18) and are also detailed within the following subsecons. P.23 23 2200 2200 Rep7 Rep8b NS-09 NS-09

5.3.1 Land Use Summary The two Ascot DA8 Structure Plan design opons are included at Figures 17 and 18. The Land Use Summaries for both plans are outlined below: Table 2 – Ascot DA8 Structure Plan Summary - Opon One Lot Details Land Area (ha) Gross Area of DA8 3.4219 Non Residenal Land Uses - Gross Residenal Area of Structure Plan 3.4219 Public Open Space Required 0.3422 0 Public Open Space Provided (to be provided via cash in lieu arrangements) Table 3 – Ascot DA8 Structure Plan Summary - Opon Two Lot Details Land Area (ha) Gross Area of DA8 3.4219 Non Residenal Land Uses - Gross Residenal Area of Structure Plan 3.4219 Public Open Space Required 0.3422 Public Open Space Provided 0.3032 0.039 Public Open Space Shorall (to be provided via cash in lieu arrangements) 5.3.2 Residenal The Ascot DA8 Structure Plan design opons have been designed to accord with the community and neighbourhood structuring principles of Liveable Neighbourhoods. The Liveable Neighbourhoods planning approach to development is different to the convenonal suburban model as it promotes a framework for the more efficient use of land, thereby allowing a greater number of different types of households to live together compably and in an aracvely designed, highly connected neighbourhood. The Structure Plan opons have therefore been designed around a permeable road network which disnguishes between larger frontage lots to the north (R20), transional lots in the centre of the site (R30) and smaller coage lots (R40) in the southern and eastern poron of the site (refer Figure 16). The variety of densies aims to provide a range of housing products to meet market demand, provide compable land uses with surrounding development and build upon the residenal character unique to Ascot. The key difference between the two opons is the deleon of eight lots from Opon One to allow for the creaon of public open space abung Lilian Grove in Opon Two. P.24 24 2200 2200 Rep7 Rep8b NS-09 NS-09

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