Category: Local Government
Bunbury Architects New Office Building
One doesn’t have to canvas local shareholders (ratepayers) on the streets for too long before your reach the understanding that the City of Busselton new office building has no support outside of the company employees (local government officers).
South West Architects Lament Dunsborough Planning Policy
A two storey luxury Dunsborough architect designed beach house along Geographe Bay Road, currently being designed by south west architects; Threadgold Architecture, highlights the counter productive nature of the City of Busselton’s residential development policy.
Mayor supports Busselton 7 storey mixed use development
On 16 August 2016, the City of Busselton Mayor Grant Henley was interviewed on south-west am radio in response to Busselton-Dunsborough Times newspaper article published on Friday 12 August 2016 and then re-posted on the Busselton Dunsborough Times website.
Busselton 7 Storey Mixed Use Project
Threadgold Architecture Pty Ltd’s proposal for a 7 storey mixed use project located on a Duchess Street site within the proposed Mixed Use Zone R-AC3 will provide a dramatic shift for the Busselton skyline and deliver some much needed contemporary architect designed residential apartments and commercial units within the Busselton central business district.
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River Council Approves Extractive Industry
On 22 June 2016, the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River Council granted development approval to mine 514,500 m3 of sand and grit from Bramley, within the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River, for a period of ten years.
Queen Street to Oxford Street
The Omnibus One which has resulted in proposed amendment one to the City of Busselton Local Planning Scheme No. 21 will create profitable opportunities for the local property development sector.
Local authorities who enforce planning policies that don’t exist
A recent extractive industry development approval in the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River has highlighted this behaviour of local planning officers asking for a road upgrade where no planning policy requiring applicants to upgrade a road exists.
Is the barbie on the timber deck a thing of the past?
Almost every West Australian has a fond memory of coming home from the beach on a hot humid day with sand still stuck to their feet and having a bbq on the timber deck. Whether your taste is prawn, steak or just a sausage in sauce and bread, the feeling of timber boards under your […]