The Shire of Beverley regulates development in the Shire in accordance with the requirements of Town Planning Scheme No.2 and the supporting District Rural Strategy.
These documents guide the development, subdivision and use of land throughout the Shire.
The Shire Planner is available at the Shire office in Beverley on Mondays and Tuesdays.
The Planning Department is keen to assist residents and prospective developers with any queries they may have in regards to any of the town planning scheme requirements or any other town planning matter.
Building in Beverley
For guidelines and procedures please refer to the following information sheets:
Do I need a Building Licence?
What to do to Build in Beverley
When Do I need Planning Approval
Development Application Procedure and Requirements
Application for Planning Approval
General Town Planning Information
Click here for the current information sheets. (Updated 09 August 2016)
- Home Occupations and Cottage Industry Information
- Development on Flood Prone Land
- Zoning - Residential, Rural Residential, Farming
For further information on zoning maps and scheme text click here.
Town Planning Scheme Policies
(Control certain types of development)
Below are the Town Planning Scheme policies than can be viewed in the Town Planning Policy Manual.
Click here to view the manual in full.
To see individual policies, click on policy required
TPS POLICY No. 1: STREET TREES AND STREETSCAPES
TPS POLICY No. 2: CAR PARKING REQUIREMENTS
TPS POLICY No. 3: FARMING ZONE SUBDIVISION
TPS POLICY No. 4: DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ZONED LAND
TPS POLICY No. 5: BUILDING WHILE RESIDING ON A BLOCK
TPS POLICY No. 6 : OUTBUILDINGS
TPS POLICY No. 7: RELOCATED SECOND HAND BUIILDINGS
TPS POLICY No. 8: TOWN PLANNING FEES
TPS POLICY No. 9: TREE CROPS
TPS POLICY No. 10: PATIOS and CARPORTS
TPS POLICY No. 11: ANGLO ESTATE POLICY (Mount Kokeby)
TPS POLICY No. 12: DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS for ROAD and FOOTPATH UPGRADING
TPS POLICY No. 13: SIGNAGE
TPS POLICY No. 14: STOCKING RATES – Residential, Rural and Rural
If you have any queries regarding any of the above items, please call the Shire Planner on 9646 1200 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.