Liveable Neighbourhoods Review 2015

Closed 13 Nov 2015

Opened 11 Sep 2015


Liveable Neighbourhoods is a Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) policy that guides structure planning and subdivision for greenfield and large brownfield (urban infill) sites in the Perth and Peel region and in regional WA centres.

The WAPC has undertaken a review of Liveable Neighbourhoods and we'd like to get your views on the proposed changes.

Why your views matter

The WAPC is seeking your comments on the draft Liveable Neighbourhoods 2015 to determine the anticipated effectiveness of the new policy provisions in relation to the preparation and assessment of structure plans, activity centre plans and subdivision applications.


  • Gascoyne Region
  • Goldfields-Esperance Region
  • Great South Region
  • Kimberley Region
  • Metropolitan Central
  • Metropolitan North East
  • Metropolitan North West
  • Metropolitan South East
  • Metropolitan South West
  • Mid West Region
  • Peel Region
  • Pilbara Region
  • South West Region
  • Wheatbelt Region


  • Development and Construction Industry
  • Peak Bodies
  • Planning and Design Industry
  • State Government
  • Local Government
  • Residents
  • Land Owners
  • Community Organisations


  • Strategic metropolitan planning