WA State Government policy and guidelines
Western Australian government policies and guidelines relevant to the provision of public open space.
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|Environmental Protection Bulletin No.20 - Protection of naturally vegetated areas through planning and development||Environmental Protection Authority||2011||This bulletin sets out the EPA’s views and expectations for the design of urban and peri-urban development proposals in order to protect naturally vegetated areas.||State|
|Community Use of School Facilities and Resources||Department of Education||2008||School facilities and resources must be made available for use by the community, TAFEWA colleges and any other potential users.||State|
|Liveable Neighbourhoods||Department of Planning||2009||Liveable Neighbourhoods has been adopted by the WAPC as operational policy, and is to be followed in the design and approval of urban development. Liveable Neighbourhoods applies to structure planning and subdivision for greenfield sites and for the redevelopment of large brownfield and urban infill sites.||State|
|Policy No. DC. 2.3 – Public Open Space in Residential Areas||Western Australian Planning Commission||2002||Basic component of the policy is the requirement that 10% of the gross subdivisible area of a conditional subdivisions shall be given up free of cost by the subdivider for public open space.||State|