Latitude 32 Strategic Direction Plan
Plan showing the future strategic land use for Latitude 32
The Biodiversity Strategy Review has been prepared in accordance with clause 7.1.5 of the Biodiversity Strategy 2007 to ensure that it reflects current policies and best management practices in biodiversity and is updated and improved as more information and data becomes available. The Biodiversity Strategy Review was released for public advertising on 20 October 2014. Once endorsed, the Biodiversity Strategy Review will supersede the Biodiversity Strategy 2007. Advertised version.
Prepared by the Western Australian Planning Commission to enable the Government to provide strategic land use planning directions for the Fremantle-Rockingham region.
The Biodiversity Strategy was prepared in accordance with Ministerial Condition 667. Its purpose is to provide a guiding structure to ensure that environmentally sensitive areas are protected and where possible enhanced through identified plans and management strategies. The Biodiversity Strategy was endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission on 21 August 2007. Approved version.
The purpose of the District Water Management Strategy is to update the Water Management Strategy 2007 to align it with the Western Australia Planning Commission’s Better Urban Water Management 2008. The DWMS was accepted by the Department of Water on 21 May 2012. Accepted version.
The Water Management Strategy was prepared in accordance with Ministerial Condition 667. The Water Management Strategy was endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission on 21 August 2007. Approved version.