Subdividing

This section has everything you need to know about the process, our infrastructure requirements and the costs involved.

If you are planning to subdivide your land, the best place to start is at the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC). They have all the information you need to help you understand what's involved.

You should also talk to your local council, a licensed surveyor or town planner who will let you know about zoning, permits and compliance for your local area.

Here you will find information to help you get a better understanding of what will be involved in your subdividing project.

How to subdivide

How to subdivide

How to subdivide

Planning to subdivide? Here you will out what is involved & a step by step guide to our process.

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Strata and green title subdivisions

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Strata and green title subdivisions

Information for developers about small subdivisions & amalgamations, the land servicing requirements & metering options.

Greenfield subdivisions

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Greenfield subdivisions

Information for land developers & consulting engineers about delivering infrastructure to large broadacre developments.

Fees & charges

Fees and charges

Fees & charges

Information about infrastructure contributions & our land servicing fees & charges.

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Access our scheme plans

Access our scheme plans

Access our scheme plans

Find out if water, wastewater & drainage services are planned for your development area.

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Access our spatial database

Access our spatial database

Access our spatial database

Find asset data to help plan your development with our self-service spatial system, ESInet.

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Waterwise development program

Waterwise land developments

Waterwise development program

Find out how your Waterwise development can be recognised & endorsed.

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Non-drinking water options

Non drinking water options

Non-drinking water options

Find out how to access non-drinking water sources for your land development, including public open space.

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Urban Development Advisory Committee

Urban Development Advisory Committee

Urban Development Advisory Committee

Our Urban Development Advisory Committee provides best practice advice to land developers.

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