Town of Port Hedland
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Structure Plans

Development Plans provide a framework for the coordinated provision and arrangement of future land use, subdivision and development including the provision of transport networks; public open space; utility and service networks; urban water management; development standards; and community infrastructure and other investment and staging programs.

Hamilton Road Development Plan
The Hamilton Road Development Plan generally relates to Lot 331 Hamilton Road and Water Corporation Reserve on Lot 2944 North Circular Road, South Hedland. The objective of the Development Plan is to facilitate the orderly and proper subdivision and development of the land into a conventional residential estate with a variety of lot sizes providing a diversity of permanent housing types.

Koombana Area Development Plan
The Koombana Area Development Plan generally relates to Lot 3435 Daylesford Close, Lots 3505, 3506, 3508, 3713, & 3715 Koojara Loop, Lot 3509 Kabbarli Loop and Lots 3570 & 3625 Captains Way, South Hedland. The objective of the Development Plan is to deliver a high quality residential estate that recognizes the existing nature of the surrounding area, whilst providing diversity in housing options and a high level of connectivity with surrounding areas.

Area A - Lot 503 Forrest Circle Development Plan
The Area A - Forrest Circle Development Plan generally relates to Lot 503 Forrest Circle, South Hedland. The objective of the Development Plan is to provide for transient and key worker accommodation, with some initial residential development and transition to full residential development over the long-term.

Stanley and Parker Street Development Plan
The Stanley and Parker Street Development Plan generally related to Lot 1693 Parker Street and Lot 2119 Stanley Street, South Hedland. The Development Plan has been prepared to facilitate residential subdivision and development that will assist in meeting a demand for housing in this region. A mix of residential densities have been proposed, encouraging a variety of lot sizes to cater for a diversity in housing options for existing and future residents of South Hedland.

McGregor Street Development Plan
The McGregor Street Development Plan generally relates to Lot 2 McGregor Street and Lot 5474, Port Hedland. The objectives of the Development Plan are to facilitate the development of the subject site for a diversity of housing typologies, and facilitate development of works in order that the provision of new housing coincides with the decommissioning of the Spinifex Hill STP.

Clark Street Development Plan

The Clark Street Development Plan generally relates to Lot 4 Clark Street, Port Hedland. The objectives of the Development Plan are to facilitate the development of the subject site for a diversity of housing typologies, and facilitate development of works in order that the provision of new housing coincides with the decommissioning of the Spinifex Hill STP.

Pretty Pool Development Plan 
The Pretty Pool Development Plan encompasses an area of approximately 18.75 hectares and comprises the creation of approximately 174 lots. The aim of the Pretty Pool project is to provide residential development that will meet demand, but in so doing, respond to the desire for housing choice and life style opportunity reflected in the Enquiry-By-Design outcomes

Wedgefield Industrial Estate Development Plan
The Wedgefield Industrial Estate Development Plan generally relates to an area of approximately 280 hectares located to the east and south ease of the existing Wedgefield industrial area. The objective of the Development Plan is to coordinate the strategic expansion of Wedgefield. The Development Plan acknowledges the various Light Industry, Industry and Transport Development zones as they are outlined on the accompanying Scheme Amendment, with each zone having a range of permissible uses based on its envisaged role in relation to the broader Port Hedland area.

South Hedland Town Centre Development Plan

Approved by the Minister for Planning 19 May 2014.