Welcome to WALGA’s new Planning Improvement Program Portal (PIP Portal), and thank you for joining us!
Please sign up to enable your use of the whole of the PIP Portal. Non-members have only limited access.
The LG PIP Portal has been produced for Local Government Planners. It is not accessible to the general public. In line with our members' wishes, those in the wider planning community and related sector able to support the PIP Portal are also encouraged, but the PIP Forum is solely available to local government.
WALGA's aspirations for the PIP Portal are:
Developed from member feedback
In 2012/13, we held workshops with our Local Government Planning members to capture your aspirations to support the sector in improving delivery of planning functions and services. We heard you wanted an online resource with two functions:
The PIP Portal will be a live and evolving tool over time, just as your requirements for improvement will evolve with changes to the planning system, and changes to our communities. The more interest and input the PIP Portal receives from you, the more relevant we can make content for your needs and expectations, so we look forward to your contributions and feedback.
At the requests of members the deadline for comments and feedback has been extended until 14 July 2017.
In December 2016 WALGA State Council resolved to undertake research on third party appeals around Australia and further…
At the request of members and to assist the Association's advocacy, the Association has prepared a discussion paper examining Short-Term Rental Accommodation and the Sharing Economy.
The Association kindly requests that members provide feedback by 31 July 2017 in order to develop a draft recommendation for State Council to consider at its September meeting.
Feedback can be provided either via this portal or to …
The Seniors Housing Strategy (the Strategy) is being developed as a companion piece to the State Government’s Affordable Housing Strategy 2010-2020 and the Aiming Higher 2015-2020 Action Plan, which aim to deliver at least 30,000 housing options by 2020.
The main focus of the Strategy will be on improving access to affordable and appropriate housing for current seniors who are on low to moderate incomes and have limited access to assets. This includes people who have already retired and people aged 55 years and over who are approaching retirement.
The Housing Authority has released a Discussion Paper for input from state and local government agencies, not-for-profit organisations and private sector companies that have an interest in the housing needs of older Western Australians.
More information on the strategy can be found here.
WALGA has prepared an interim submission which is available for members here.
This submission was endorsed by WALGA’s State Council at its meeting in March 2017.