Over the next 20 years the population of the City of Albany will grow and the lifestyle that residents currently enjoy needs to be protected.
The adopted Albany Local Planning Strategy provides the blueprint for that growth and is reviewed every five years to ensure it continues to reflect sound planning principles and community expectations.
The Albany Local Planning Strategy also reflects the objectives of the State Planning Strategy and the Lower Great Southern Strategy prepared by the Western Australian Planning Commission.
For information on the Albany Local Planning Strategy (together with map) please view the documents below. The Lower Great Southern Planning Strategy 2016 can be viewed by clicking on this link from the Department of Planning website.
- Albany Local Planning Strategy (3MB)This report provides the planning direction for the City's adopted Albany 3D Future1 vision for future growth and a framework for the new Local Planning Scheme 1 and more detailed precinct and structure planning.
- Albany Local Planning Strategy Map 9A (351KB)Strategic Plan: Rural
Information on the State Planning Strategy can be viewed on the Department of Planning website.
The purpose of the Activity Centres Planning Strategy is to help ensure that Albany's Activity Centres contribute to making the City economically, socially and environmentally sustainable.
- Activity Centres Planning Strategy (8MB)This Activity Centres Planning Strategy (ACPS) is one of several background studies underpinning a new town planning scheme currently being prepared by the City of Albany. Updated 29 June 2012.
The Albany Central Area Masterplan sets out a 20 year vision for the future growth of the town centre. The Masterplan will assist in co-ordinating the revitalisation of key sites, streets and facilities, whilst at the same time maintaining, protecting and enhancing the built and natural heritage that make Albany unique.
- Albany Central Area Masterplan 2010 (8MB)The Albany Central Area Masterplan sets out a 20 year vision for the future growth of the town centre. Adopted by Council on 15 June 2010, Resolution 13.2.9.