Subdivision Clearance Process
The Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) is prepared to endorse a deposited plan or survey-strata plan in accordance with the plan submitted once the conditions set out have been fulfilled.
The written advice of the agency/authority or local government is to be obtained by the applicant/owner. When the written advice of each identified agency/authority or local government has been obtained, it should be submitted to the WAPC with a Form 1C and appropriate fees and a copy of the deposited/survey-strata plan.
Prior to the commencement of any subdivision works or the implementation of any condition(s) in any other way, the applicant/owner is to liaise with the nominated agency/authority or local government on the requirement(s) it considers necessary to fulfil the condition(s).
The applicant/owner is to make reasonable enquiry to the nominated agency/authority or local government to obtain confirmation that the requirements of the conditions have been fulfilled. This may include the provision of supplementary information. In the event that the nominated agency/authority or local government will not provide its written confirmation following reasonable enquiry, the applicant/owner then may approach the WAPC for confirmation that the conditions have been fulfilled.
Download: WAPC Model Subdivision Conditions
Apply for Subdivision Clearance
Once all subdivision conditions have been fulfilled, a Subdivision Clearance Application can be lodged with City to clear the Local Government conditions.
Current and recently determined applications
The subdivision clearance process is an important step in the lot creation process.