Client | Peet Ltd
Date | 2014
Location | Shorehaven
Tags | Land Estates
Since 2014, CLE Town Planning + Design has been engaged to undertake urban design and statutory planning roles for the Shorehaven Estate. At ultimate development, this expansive coastal project, centrally located within the Alkimos-Eglinton region, will support approximately 2500 lots and includes a Coastal Village Centre, an extensive and unique Foreshore Park, schools, local centres and diverse areas of public amenity.
CLE Town Planning + Design has undertaken a suite of design and statutory planning tasks including an extensive design review exercise for the coastal precinct, a significant amendment to the Transit Precinct resulting in the appropriate redesignation of land use allocation, as well as supporting the delivery of hundreds of lots via the appropriate management of multiple subdivision applications.
CLE Town Planning + Design through the Shorehaven project has lead medium density built form innovation, facilitated approvals via the preparation of Local Development Plans and Development Applications all in close collaboration with State and Local Government agencies.
North Ellenbrook DSP
Client | Lendlease
Date | 2017 - Present
Location | North Ellenbrook
Tags | District Structure Plan, Masterplanning. Land Estates
CLE, along with our Client Lendlease, have successfully delivered the first approved proponent lead District Structure Plan under the WAPC’s Sub- Regional Planning Frameworks. The DSP covers around 500ha and will create approximately 5,500 new homes with a population of 16,500 people supported by a Neighbourhood Centre, four primary schools a high school and a network of open space. This new community will be easily accessible to the major employment node at Bullsbrook and connected via high frequency bus to the METRONET station at Ellenbrook. CLE continue our work with Lendlease through the MRS and LPS Amendments, structure planning and subdivision to realise the next significant master planned community in the north east corridor.
Image Source | Carabiner Architects
Image Source | Carabiner Architects
Client | Stockland, Peet, Parcel
Date | 2005 - Present
Location | Brabham
Tags | Rezoning, Masterplanning, Land Estates
CLE Town Planning + Design has played a leading role in the planning and design of the Swan Urban Growth Corridor in the City of Swan. Our involvement began in the 2000s with the preparation of a District Structure Plan for the urban precinct known as Albion, and we have since worked with the likes of Stockland, Parcel Property, Peet and the Department of Communities to prepare Local Structure Plans. We have also co-ordinated subdivision approvals, development applications and Local Development Plans for a variety of residential and commercial land uses and provided input to Clients on Development Contribution Plans, Due Diligence exercises and general planning and design matters. We have seen the corridor develop from a vacant district of under-utilised rural land into a thriving community – the new suburb of Brabham – that exhibits a mix of housing typologies and a range of community and commercial services and facilities. We are now looking ahead to the future with an eye on the nearby Whiteman Park METRONET station and seeking opportunities to optimise the development opportunities likely to arise.
Client | Perron Group
Date | 2015 - Present
Location | Treeby
Tags | Land Estates, Masterplanning
The Lake Treeby estate being developed by the Perron Group is emerging from a former quarry site located east of the Cockburn Central activity centre. Commencement of work on site in 2020 was preceded by a District Structure Plan, MRS Amendment, Local Planning Scheme Amendment, Local Structure Plan, subdivision approval, and Local Development Plan, demonstrating CLE Town Planning + Design’s capabilities from the macro to micro levels of planning and design.
Site-specific factors such as an extensive interface to a vegetated Bush Forever site, an existing lake that was incorporated into the design, the need for a District Open Space and primary school under strategic planning documents and the need to manage access and noise from Armadale Road presented the project team with a diverse mix of opportunities and constraints with which to contend.