DRAFT EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES AND MINING LOCAL PLANNING POLICY
Notice is hereby given that the local government of the City of Albany has prepared the abovementioned local planning policy to guide the assessment and information requirements for extractive industry applications. The objectives of the policy are to provide additional clarity, increased information requirements and mitigation options when assessing extractive industry proposals.
The local planning policy will be available for inspection online, or at the City of Albany, 102 North Road, Yakamia during office hours up to and including 3 August 2018.
Submissions on the local planning policy may be lodged in writing with the undersigned on or before 3 August 2018 and should include the local planning policy name, the name and address of the person making the submission and the details of any property affected.
Please address submissions to City of Albany, PO Box 484, Albany WA 6330. Alternatively, submissions may be e-mailed to
Notice is hereby given that the local government of the City of Albany has prepared the Draft Albany Local Planning Strategy.
The Draft Strategy is being advertised for public comment from Monday 23 July until Friday 26 October 2018.
The Draft Strategy will be available for inspection during offi ce hours at the City of Albany, 102 North Road, Yakamia and the Albany Public Library, 221 York Street, Albany from Monday, July 23 until Friday, October 26 2018.
You are invited to attend a public information session at the Albany Public Library as follows:
Thursday 2 August 4pm – 7pm
Friday 3 August 9am – 1pm
You can also make an appointment to meet one of the City’s Planning staff on 68203040.
Appointments are available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays during the advertising period.
Submissions on the Draft Strategy may be lodged in writing with the undersigned on or before 26 October 2018. Please address submissions to City of Albany, PO Box 484, Albany WA 6330. Alternatively submissions may be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- DRAFT: Albany Local Planning Strategy - Part One (5MB)Part one of the DRAFT Albany Local Planning Strategy
- DRAFT: Albany Local Planning Strategy - Part Two (7MB)Part two of the DRAFT Albany Local Planning Strategy
- DRAFT: Albany Local Planning Strategy - Brochure (2MB)Brochure providing information on the City of Albany's Draft Local Planning Strategy.
- FAQ: Draft Albany Local Planning Strategy (699KB)Frequently asked questions regarding the draft Albany Local Planning Strategy
- ALPS SUBMISSION FORM TEMPLATE (23KB)Submission form for comments regarding the draft of the Albany Local Planning Strategy
Council is considering the adoption of the draft Maintenance of Watercourses and Drainage Channels Policy, which seeks to provide guidance and clarification on the application of City funds to maintain and improve drainage channels and natural watercourses.
Before finalising this Policy, Council is seeking feedback from the community.
Please direct feedback to the City’s Senior Project Administrator, Justine Haigh, via email at email@example.com by 10 August 2018.
- DRAFT: Upgrades and Maintenance of Watercourses and Drainage Channels (474KB)Draft policy relating to upgrades and maintenance of watercourses and drainage channels.
The coastline of Emu Point and Middleton Beach is a vital component of the identity of Albany. Adapting to changing sea levels, coastal erosion and inundation will be critical in maintaining our special relationship with these iconic areas.
The City of Albany has been working with the State Government and coastal specialists to define potential erosion risks and timelines for Middleton Beach and Emu Point. The City wants to find out what people value most about Middleton Beach and Emu Point and work with the community to determine options for adapting to coastal erosion.
This process will produce a Coastal Hazard Risk Management and Adaptation Plan (CHRMAP) which builds on previous community engagement and data collection. Council and the community will draw on this information to determine possible treatments and consider the implications, trade-offs, planning mechanisms and timeframes.
We are now giving everyone the opportunity to have their say about future management of coastal erosion, whether you live in Middleton Beach, Emu Point, the broader area of Albany or elsewhere.
Initial input on assets you value can be provided by visiting: https://albany.mysocialpinpoint.com/chrmap#/
Other opportunities to provide input are being planned for 2018 and 2019, including consideration of a variety of treatments, opportunities, constraints and planning mechanisms. A document will be released for community review and input in early 2019.
To be included on the mailing list or to find out more about the project, contact Emma Evans, City of Albany Major Projects Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org or 6820 3015.
- Emu Point to Middleton Beach Frequently Asked Questions (1MB)Emu Point to Middleton Beach Frequently Asked Questions
- November 2017 Community Update Coastal Hazard, Risk, Management and Adaptation Plan (CHRMAP) (574KB)Community Update Coastal Hazard, Risk, Management and Adaptation Plan (CHRMAP)
- Coastal Hazard Mapping - How to Interpret Hazard Map (169KB)Coastal Hazard Mapping. How to Interpret Hazard Map
- Emu Point to Middleton Beach Coastal Erosion Hazard Maps (2MB)Emu Point to Middleton Beach Coastal Erosion Hazard Maps
- Coastal Hazard Mapping - How to Interpret Inundation Map (170KB)CHRMAP - Coastal Hazard Mapping - How to Interpret Inundation Map
- Emu Point to Middleton Beach Inundation Maps (2MB)Emu Point to Middleton Beach Coastal Inundation Maps
- Emu Point to Middleton Beach Coastal Adaptation Implementation Plan (597KB)Emu Point to Middleton Beach Coastal Adaptation Implementation Plan 2017/2018