A construction and demolition management plan may be required as part of the approval process for significant building and demolition activities.
Generally a Construction Management Plan is required to be submitted to the City of Perth Approval Services Unit prior to permit approval.
The plan must detail how it is proposed to manage;
- how materials and equipment will be delivered and removed from the site;
- how materials and equipment will be stored on the site;
- what parking arrangements are in place for the contractors;
- the location of the waste disposal bins;
- details of any cranes, large trucks or similar which may block the road or pathway;
- the extent of scaffolding and/or gantries; and
- any other information that could impact on the surrounding infrastructure and residents.
A demolition management plan is required as part of the approval process for a demolition permit.
The purpose of the plan is to enable a coordinated approach to the demolition program while limiting the impact of the development on the surrounding residents.
The plan may require the submission of a Noise and Vibration Management study where heavy equipment is used such as rock breakers, jackhammers, masonry cutting.
A construction or demolition management plan ‘proforma’ can be obtained from the 'Building' section of our Application Forms web page.
The City can advise on construction and demolition management plan requirements and the Approval Services engineering, technical and health officers are available for appointments with the builder or demolition agent.