Mos Lane Development

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The Mos Lane Development will be located at Lots 9, 10, 11, 20, 21, 50, 411 & 412 (No.46) Manning Street, Mosman Park.

The demolition of the existing shopping centre and construction of a new, five-storey mixed-use development was approved by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) on 10 August 2023.


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The Mos Lane Development will be located at Lots 9, 10, 11, 20, 21, 50, 411 & 412 (No.46) Manning Street, Mosman Park.

The demolition of the existing shopping centre and construction of a new, five-storey mixed-use development was approved by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) on 10 August 2023.


For background information and to review updates please go to the 'News Feed Updates' tab at the bottom of this page.

To receive ongoing updates on the Mos Lane Development, please click the ‘Opt-in’ button below. Please note, if you have already engaged with the town on this project, you won't need to re-enter your details.

  • Update 9/04/2024 - Indicative timeline for PAT is now May OCM

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    Please note, the Permit for Activity on Thoroughfares (PAT) relevant to the Mos Lane Development project has now been scheduled to be determined at the May Ordinary Council meeting (OCM).

    The PAT was previously anticipated to be going to the April OCM, please take note of this change.

    The Town, with its traffic engineers, are methodically working through (with the applicant) the important traffic and pedestrian issues relating to the laneway and public realm. Following this process, a detailed report will be presented to Council by Administration.

    Should there be any changes to the above information, we will continue to keep you updated.

    For more information, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.

  • Update - 20/02/2024 PAT Now going to Council April

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    Please note, the Permit for Activity on Thoroughfares (PAT) relevant to the Mos Lane Development project is now scheduled to be determined at the April Ordinary Council meeting following a detailed report being presented by Administration.

    For more information, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.

  • Update - 20/01/2024: Application to Amend the WAPC Approval

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    Application to Amend the WAPC Approval

    The Town has received a referral from the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) regarding an application to amend its approval issued on 10 of August 2023.

    The amendment is minor in nature and seeks to modify the following aspects of the approved plans:

    • Building C - podium extents;
    • Building C – 2 storey apartment typologies;
    • Building B – level 1 amenities;
    • Ground Floor-Loading Bay consolidation and substation refinement;
    • Adjustments to Building C floor to floor heights (within the approved envelope of the building);
    • Internal configuration modifications to apartments and townhouses throughout the building in response to interior, structural and sales advice;
    • Updates to the Building C bridge link including consolidation and removal of voids;
    • Changes to Building B level 1 façade treatment; and
    • Modifications required per Condition 3 of Form 17B approval SDAU-021-20.


    All proposed amendments are generally regarded as minor in nature. They are also characteristic of the detailed design process (post-approval) for significant apartment and mixed-use developments. This has been confirmed by the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (Department)as the approach to be taken.

    The Town has been given 31 days to provide referral comments on the minor amendments back to the Department. Given the minor nature of the amendments, the Department has determined that there is no requirement to seek public comment.

  • Update - 12/12/2023: Permit for Activity on Thoroughfares (PAT) Application

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    Permit for Activity on Thoroughfares (PAT) Application

    The Town has received a Permit for Activity on Thoroughfares (PAT) for works to the Wellington Street, Manning Street, and Samson Street verge areas, as well as for works to Turnbull Way (Laneway).

    • The PAT includes various public realm works including:
    • new on-street car parking bays
    • bike racks
    • pavement and landscape treatments
    • footpaths
    • a parklet
    • new street trees.

    These public realm works are associated with the 2023 Significant Development approval by the WAPC for the ‘Mos Lane’ Development at 46 Manning Street, Mosman Park. This includes the demolition of the shopping centre and construction of a five-storey mixed-use development.

    The plans included with the PAT are consistent with the WAPC’s approval. With that being said, The Town is seeking independent advice to inform its assessment of the application.

    The PAT is scheduled to be determined at the April Ordinary Council meeting following a detailed report being presented by Administration. For more information, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.

  • Update - 17/11/2023: Council resolves to amend the Town's Local Planning Scheme to clarify site and development requirements

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    At the Ordinary Council Meeting of 28 February 2023, Council resolved to amend the Town's Local Planning Scheme to clarify the site and development requirements for the group of lots that make up the Wellington Village area. A link to the minutes can be found below (refer Item 13.2.2).

    Council Minutes

    Following review of the Amendment, the Town was advised that the Minister for Planning had resolved to REFUSE the proposed Amendment to the Town's Local Planning Scheme, citing that they consider it unnecessary to insert these provisions into the Scheme for the Wellington Village Neighbourhood Centre.

  • Update - 10/08/2023: WAPC resolves to approve development

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    The WAPC, at its meeting of Thursday 10 August 2023, resolved to APPROVE the development proposal. Minutes of the meeting can be found at the following link:


    Agenda's and Minutes, SDAU Meetings

  • Update - 9/06/2023: Town provides further commentary to the WAPC outlining concerns with the current proposal.

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    The Town, on the 3rd of March 2023, provided further commentary to the WAPC outlining concerns with the current proposal at the subject site and reaffirming its objection to the proposal. At this time the Town has not been advised of a meeting date for determination of the application and all information rests with the SDAU.

    In relation to recent questions raised, the Town provides the following informaiton:

    1. The Town has not signed any part of the application as a landowner in relation to works within the public realm (verge). It's current position is as per the information contained within Local Planning Policy No. 21 - Wellington Village: Context and Character.

    2. The Town is providing responses on the proposal when requested to do so by the SDAU as part of its fulfilment of its regulatory referral role.

    3. The Town will be provided with 5 days' notice of the date for the meeting where this proposal is due to be determined. The CEP will review and approve the ToMP deputation as an operational matter with respect to the Town performing its role under delegation to respond to an external agency.

  • Update - 20/07/2021: Proposed Development Application SDAU-021-20 - Lots 9, 10, 11, 20, 21, 50, 411 & 412 (46) Manning Street, Mosman Park

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    The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage has informed the Town of Mosman Park that it has received an application for a commercial/retail and apartment development, at 46 Manning Street, Mosman Park – the Wellington Street Neighbourhood Centre development.


    The proposed development is being assessed by the State Development Assessment Unit (SDAU) of the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (DPLH) under the temporary significant development pathway for proposals valued at more than $20 million.

    It will be determined by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC).


    Public consultation is being undertaken by DPLH and all submissions should be made using the following link. This will ensure your important feedback is captured and recorded:

    https://consultation.dplh.wa.gov.au/reform-design-state-assessment/development-application-mosman-park/

    The Town of Mosman Park is a referral agency for this development application and, as part of the assessment process, the Town has been asked to provide technical feedback on the proposal. Council will be provided the opportunity to comment on the proposed development.

    DPLH provides comprehensive information about the SDAU pathway on its website at www.dplh.wa.gov.au/sdau

    For more information, people can contact the Department Planning, Lands and Heritage on 6551 9450 or sdau@dplh.wa.gov.au

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