Midland Activity Centre Master Plan
The Midland Activity Centre Master Plan was adopted by Council on 18 December 2013. It establishes a planning framework for the revitalisation of the Midland Activity Centre. The Master Plan examines the Activity Centre as a whole, providing strategic guidance to both the City and Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) and helping to coordinate its development under different jurisdictions.
Midland Activity Centre Structure Plan
The Midland Activity Centre Structure Plan was approved by the Western Australian Planning Commission on January 30, 2018. The Structure Plan provides the strategic basis to decision making, guiding the types of land uses and the overall development that is intended within the Midland Activity Centre. It details the acceptable land uses, building heights, residential densities, plot ratios and movement arrangements for all modes of transport and pedestrian accessibility.
Midland Oval Redevelopment Masterplan
The Midland Oval Redevelopment Masterplan was initially adopted by Council on 30 January 2017 but the latest version was adopted in April 2018. The Master Plan creates a strategy for the redevelopment of Midland Oval. It sets out the urban design of the redevelopment and designates what land uses are appropriate to link up the Midland Activity Centre.
Scheme Amendment 119
The State Government identified Midland as a strategic metropolitan centre in State Planning Policy 4.2 Activity Centres for Perth and Peel. Strategic metropolitan centres are regional hubs of activity. These multipurpose centres provide the full range of economic and community services necessary for the communities in their catchments. The main purpose of Scheme Amendment 119 was to rezone Midland's centre to align with State Government direction and allow new land uses as set out in the Midland Activity Centre Structure Plan. The scheme amendment was adopted by Council on May 10, 2017 and the West Australian Planning Commission gazetted the amendment on September 15, 2017.