THE refusal of apartments at 9 and 11 Davallia Road, Duncraig has been appealed, with revised plans now out for public consultation.
The $2.73 million initial proposal was for 13 apartments across two main floors with a basement carpark and roof terrace.
But the application was refused by the Metro North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) in April with concerns relating to bulk, scale, plot ratio, setbacks, visitor parking and it not being in keeping with the surrounding area.
The applicant then appealed the decision to the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT).
At the time, the State Government’s DesignWA framework for assessing apartment applications was not in effect but it is now.
A decision on the revised application, which still proposed 13 apartments, is required to be made by SAT, with the JDAP invited to review its initial decision to refuse before November 20.
Submissions can be sent to the City of Joondalup via email@example.com or PO Box 21, Joondalup, WA 6919 by October 10.
Duncraig units out for consultation
THE City of Joondalup is also seeking feedback on four two-storey units proposed for 6 Strathyre Drive, Duncraig.
The applicant is seeking discretion in the areas of reduced setbacks, building, boundary wall and fence heights, the outdoor living area roof, fill and visitor parking.
Submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or PO Box 21, Joondalup, WA 6919 by October 10.