We are affected:

More than 50 Perth communities have been affected by approval decisions of the Development Assessment Panels (DAP), the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT), the MRA and the WA Planning Commission (WAPC).

#ScraptheDAP is a State election issue.  Perth infill backlash was ignored by the Barnett Government.  In 2017, the Barnett Government was soundly beaten at the ballot box, especially the Minister for Planning, John Day, who lost his seat in Kalamunda.  His role in the introduction of the DAP and other regulations to side line councils were well known to the electors of Kalamunda!

Led by John Carey, former Mayor of Vincent and now Labor MLC for Perth, there are now more than 15 councils  which have passed an in principle motion to “Abolish the DAP“.

WALGA are also in support of #ScraptheDAP.

Click on a DAP affected suburb, local government area, or expert opinion below:

  1. Alfred Cove
  2. Applecross
  3. Ascot
  4. Ascot Waters
  5. Bassendean
  6. Bayswater
  7. Belmont
  8. Bellevue
  9. Broome
  10. Carine
  11. Cambridge
  12. Claremont
  13. Como
  14. Cottesloe
  15. Daglish
  16. Dalkeith
  17. Dianella
  18. Duncraig
  19. Floreat
  20. Fremantle
  21. Gnangara
  22. Guildford
  23. Gwellup
  24. Inglewood
  25. Innaloo
  26. Jolimont
  27. Karrinyup
  28. Kensington
  29. Kewdale
  30. Mandurah
  31. Maylands
  32. Mosman Park
  33. Mount Hawthorn – WAPC
  34. Mount Lawley
  35. Nedlands
  36. North Beach
  37. North Perth
  38. Scarborough
  39. Scarborough – MRA
  40. Serpentine Jarrahdale
  41. Sorrento
  42. South Fremantle
  43. South Perth
  44. South Perth Peninsula
  45. Stirling
  46. Subiaco
  47. Subiaco Town Centre
  48. Subiaco East
  49. Subiaco West
  50. Swan
  51. Swanbourne
  52. Swan Valley
  53. Trigg
  54. Victoria Park
  55. Vincent
  56. Wembley
  57. West Leederville
  58. West Perth
  59. Woodlands
  60. Expert: Dr Linley Lutton
  61. Expert: Local Government Planning Association
  62. Expert: WALGA
  63. Expert: Denis McLeod

 

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