Welcome to the Shire of Nannup

Planning

Planning influences where we live, what services are available and how the Shire of Nannup will develop in the years to come.

Most development of land, generally other than a single house, swimming pools and small sheds, within the Nannup Shire requires development approval. Proposed developments must comply with the Shire of Nannup Local Planning Scheme No.3 (LPS3).

Development approval is required for houses and sheds, for instance, if a LPS3 setback variation is proposed, the proposal varies from the provisions of the Residential Design Codes of Western Australia, or the site is within a floodway, heritage area or landscape protection area.

Development approval is also required for the erection of most advertising signs.

For more information on development within the Shire of Nannup contact:

Development Services Officer
Mon - Fri: 8.00am to 4:30pm
Ph: 08 9756 1018

Download the Development Application Form

Download the Sign Application Form (Schedule 7)

Current Planning Fees & Charges

To submit an online enquiry, click here.

Local Planning Scheme No.3

Local Planning Policies

Local Planning Strategy

The Western Australian Planning Commission has recently endorsed the modified Local Planning Strategy. The endorsed modified Strategy is available at the following links and at the Shire office.

Local Planning Strategy 2018 (full document)

Local Planning Strategy - Sections 1-4
Local Planning Strategy - Sections 5-7
Local Planning Strategy - Sections 8-12

Local Planning Strategy - Endorsement Page

Local Planning Strategy - Location Plan
Local Planning Strategy - Strategy Plan North
Local Planning Strategy - Strategy Plan South
Local Planning Strategy - Strategy Plan Nannup Townsite & Surrounds
Local Planning Strategy - Precinct Plan

The Local Planning Strategy (2007) and the Nannup Townsite Strategy (2000) have been rescinded.

David Taylor
Chief Executive Officer
Shire of Nannup

17 December 2018

Subdivision Applications

Subdivision or amalgamation applications are determined by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC). However the Shire of Nannup has an important role in providing recommendations to the WAPC on subdivision or amalgamation applications.

For further information, the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage and the WAPC can be reached as follows:

Ph: (08) 9791 0577
Address: 6th Floor Bunbury Tower, 61 Victoria Street, Bunbury
Web: www.planning.wa.gov.au