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Have your say on the major strategic documents that will shape the future of Leederville.


Over the last two years, we've worked with our community to create a vision for the future of Leederville.

The Design Leederville process has resulted in the development of two strategic documents that will shape the future of Leederville:

  • The draft Leederville Precinct Structure Plan will guide all future development in Leederville; and
  • The Leederville Town Centre Place Plan will guide the City’s investment in the town centre over the next four years.

The draft LPSP and LTCPP have been developed in close partnership with our community and in alignment with the City’s Strategic Community Plan. The Design Leederville consultation campaign began in late 2019 and continued throughout 2020.

  • Step 1 was to understand the Leederville Precinct from a technical perspective through significant research, culminating in a detailed SWOT Analysis.
  • Step 2 was to talk to our community and key stakeholders to determine if our findings matched their experience, knowledge and opinions.

The draft Leederville Precinct Structure Plan and the Leederville Town Centre Place Plan seek to address current issues affecting Leederville and aim to take advantage of opportunities to ensure Leederville thrives for generations to come.

On 14 September 2021, Council endorsed the draft Leederville Precinct Structure Plan (to be determined by the Western Australian Planning Commission); adopted the Leederville Place Plan; and endorsed the preparation of Amendment No. 7 to Local Planning Scheme No. 2.

Amendment No. 7 to Local Planning Scheme No. 2

The purpose of Amendment No. 7 is to amend the 'Table - Zone objectives' to include ‘Centre’ zone and to reclassify the land subject to the Leederville Activity Centre from ‘Regional Centre’, ‘Public Purpose’, ‘Parks and Recreation ‘and ‘Residential’ to ‘Centre’.

Share your thoughts

You can get involved and share your thoughts in a number of ways.

  • Email us at mail@vincent.wa.gov.au
  • Call us on 9273 6000
  • Visit us at the City of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus Street (during opening hours)

Feedback is sought on the draft Leederville Precinct Structure Plan and Amendment 7 by close of business on 15 December 2021.

For more information, contact the City on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au

Have your say on the major strategic documents that will shape the future of Leederville.


Over the last two years, we've worked with our community to create a vision for the future of Leederville.

The Design Leederville process has resulted in the development of two strategic documents that will shape the future of Leederville:

  • The draft Leederville Precinct Structure Plan will guide all future development in Leederville; and
  • The Leederville Town Centre Place Plan will guide the City’s investment in the town centre over the next four years.

The draft LPSP and LTCPP have been developed in close partnership with our community and in alignment with the City’s Strategic Community Plan. The Design Leederville consultation campaign began in late 2019 and continued throughout 2020.

  • Step 1 was to understand the Leederville Precinct from a technical perspective through significant research, culminating in a detailed SWOT Analysis.
  • Step 2 was to talk to our community and key stakeholders to determine if our findings matched their experience, knowledge and opinions.

The draft Leederville Precinct Structure Plan and the Leederville Town Centre Place Plan seek to address current issues affecting Leederville and aim to take advantage of opportunities to ensure Leederville thrives for generations to come.

On 14 September 2021, Council endorsed the draft Leederville Precinct Structure Plan (to be determined by the Western Australian Planning Commission); adopted the Leederville Place Plan; and endorsed the preparation of Amendment No. 7 to Local Planning Scheme No. 2.

Amendment No. 7 to Local Planning Scheme No. 2

The purpose of Amendment No. 7 is to amend the 'Table - Zone objectives' to include ‘Centre’ zone and to reclassify the land subject to the Leederville Activity Centre from ‘Regional Centre’, ‘Public Purpose’, ‘Parks and Recreation ‘and ‘Residential’ to ‘Centre’.

Share your thoughts

You can get involved and share your thoughts in a number of ways.

  • Email us at mail@vincent.wa.gov.au
  • Call us on 9273 6000
  • Visit us at the City of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus Street (during opening hours)

Feedback is sought on the draft Leederville Precinct Structure Plan and Amendment 7 by close of business on 15 December 2021.

For more information, contact the City on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au

Page last updated: 21 January 2022, 15:11