Providing available strategic industrial land for downstream processing industries in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
The Burrup Strategic Industrial Area (Burrup SIA) is a well-established strategic industrial estate with vacant land for strategic industry in close proximity to gas, port and other key infrastructure in the Pilbara region. Further information on the Pilbara region can be obtained from the Pilbara Development Commission.
The Burrup SIA has been created to take advantage of the region's natural gas resources and other competitive advantages.
Industries currently located within the Burrup SIA include:
- the Woodside-operated North West Shelf Venture project - a joint venture between Woodside, Shell, BHP Billiton, BP, Chevron and Japan Australia LNG (MIMI);
- Woodside's Pluto LNG plant;
- the Yara Pilbara Fertilisers plant; and
- Yara Pilbara Nitrates' $600million technical ammonium nitrates plant.
The Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation (JTSI) is the lead agency for the development of the Burrup SIA and DevelopmentWA is the estate manager.
The process for land allocation in the Burrup SIA is set out in the Proponent Land Allocation Flowchart
Proponents interested in investing in the Burrup SIA will be required to submit a Proponent Project Proposal to the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation and DevelopmentWA.
Proponents should contact Doug at DevelopmentWA for more detailed information.
2. Land Tenure
Land within the Burrup SIA is available for lease from DevelopmentWA.
DevelopmentWA also has a head lease over the East-West Service Corridor (EWSC). Land within the EWSC can be sub-leased to proponents.
The process for land allocation within the Burrup SIA is set out in the Proponent Land Allocation Flowchart
In 1996 the Burrup Peninsula Land Use Plan and Management Strategy was prepared by the Burrup Peninsula Management Advisory Board for the purpose of allocating land for industry, conservation, heritage and recreation. This document also provides management objectives and outlines acceptable uses and development considerations.
DevelopmentWA supports the development of sustainable strategic industrial areas through the encouragement of the co-location of industries with waste re-use and other synergies where possible.
Environmental details will be added to this page as they become available.
Gas, power, potable water and desalinated water are located in close proximity to the Burrup SIA. The Servicing Plan shows the location of these existing services.
Discussions with major service providers are recommended to determine the capacity of existing services for a proponent's needs.
7. Native Title
The Western Australian Government has entered into the Burrup and Maitland Industrial Estates Agreement (BMIEA).
The sites over which the BMIEA are applicable are shown on the following maps:
Future proponents will be required to comply with any BMIEA obligations relevant to the land as part of their lease.
8. Aboriginal Heritage
National Heritage Listing (NHL) was applied to significant parts of the Burrup Peninsula in July 2007. These areas are identified within the Aboriginal Heritage Map. Any development on the sites affected will need to be managed through the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (SEWPAC).
9. European Heritage
There is no known European heritage within the Burrup SIA.