The Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority has assumed responsibility for the remainder of the Claisebrook Village project.
The former EPRA’s planning framework has guided the successful redevelopment of Claisebrook Village, which has transformed an old industrial precinct into a vibrant cosmopolitan community. The Redevelopment Scheme, Development Policies and site-specific Design Guidelines guide all developments within the project area and ensure sustainability, innovation and high quality outcomes.
The redevelopment of Claisebrook Village is now 90% complete. As parts of the project area are completed planning control is returned to the local government, which for Claisebrook Village is the City of Perth. This process is called ‘normalisation’. Planning control of 73% of the project area was returned to the City in January 2002. A further 13% of the project area was handed back in December 2011.
All planning enquiries or proposals for areas within the normalised areas should now be directed to the City of Perth. Areas that have been normalised can be identified in the normalisation plan.