Development on City Owned and Managed Land Policy

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The City of Vincent Council resolved on 28 July 2020 (Item 12.9) to invite public comment on a proposed new Policy.

The Development on City Owned and Managed Land Policy aims to:

  • provide consistency and efficiency in determining proposals by third parties to install temporary or permanent structures on City owned and/or managed land;
  • simplify the requirements to allow the display of community advertisement or community event signs on City property;
  • provide guidance on the type of fixed infrastructure or furniture that may be considered for installation on City property;
  • specify licensing and development approval requirements (where necessary) and standard terms and conditions;
  • clarify the internal process, application requirements and referrals required to determine proposals;
  • reduce processing times experienced by applicants and reduce Administration staff time required;
  • set out minimum legal, design and fee requirements for development proposals; and
  • streamline the approval proposes for the three key types of developments on City land.

The draft policy is available to view in full from the document library here.

Have your say

To share your thoughts on the proposed new policy, complete the feedback form below or contact us on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au

Comment period closes: 25 September 2020

Questions can be directed to Meluka Bancroft, Executive Manager Corporate Strategy and Governance on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au


The City of Vincent Council resolved on 28 July 2020 (Item 12.9) to invite public comment on a proposed new Policy.

The Development on City Owned and Managed Land Policy aims to:

  • provide consistency and efficiency in determining proposals by third parties to install temporary or permanent structures on City owned and/or managed land;
  • simplify the requirements to allow the display of community advertisement or community event signs on City property;
  • provide guidance on the type of fixed infrastructure or furniture that may be considered for installation on City property;
  • specify licensing and development approval requirements (where necessary) and standard terms and conditions;
  • clarify the internal process, application requirements and referrals required to determine proposals;
  • reduce processing times experienced by applicants and reduce Administration staff time required;
  • set out minimum legal, design and fee requirements for development proposals; and
  • streamline the approval proposes for the three key types of developments on City land.

The draft policy is available to view in full from the document library here.

Have your say

To share your thoughts on the proposed new policy, complete the feedback form below or contact us on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au

Comment period closes: 25 September 2020

Questions can be directed to Meluka Bancroft, Executive Manager Corporate Strategy and Governance on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Share your thoughts on the City's proposed new Policy and supporting diagrams.

    Comment period closes: Friday 25 September 2020

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Share your thoughts on the City's proposed new Policy.

    Comment period closes: 9am Monday 31 August 2020

    Consultation has concluded
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