This interactive viewer links to the latest spatial planning, land and heritage information for any land parcel within the State. It can be used by local government, industry and the community to inform decisions and help understand how the land is used and what future development may be able to occur in an area.
PlanWA allows users to:
- search planning, land and heritage information on places of interest
- enquire about planning, land and heritage information for specific land parcels
- access policies and information in regards to planning, land and heritage
- tailor maps for personal use
- share viewing details via email and social media
- connect to other map sources such as aerial imagery and Google Street View
PlanWA links to a range of planning, land and heritage policies and programs, including:
- Development Assessment Panel (DAP) Applications
- Aboriginal Heritage and Lands
- Historic Heritage
- Layout plans
- Local planning schemes
- Region schemes
- State planning policies
- Sub-Regional Planning Frameworks
- Land supply and demography information
PlanWA is part of the Western Australian Land Information Strategy.
PlanWA instructional video and cheatsheets
Region scheme maps
DPLH has discontinued the production of static region scheme maps. To view region scheme information on PlanWA, please follow this instructional cheatsheet.
Data shown in PlanWA is updated weekly.
Only Structure Plans approved by the WAPC after 19 October 2015 are available through PlanWA.
Please contact the relevant local government for earlier Structure Plans.
The ‘Run a Planning Enquiry’ is not based on the visible layer. The information provided is from pre-determined list such as Local Planning Schemes, Region Schemes, Structure Plans and Layout Plans, which may change overtime.
To find out more information on the visible layers please use ‘Find data’ on the map.
An instructional video is available from the launch page (above this section).
PlanWA has been tested using:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Internet Explorer (version 9 and above)
- Microsoft Edge
The address search function requires the official Western Australian land parcel address as listed on the property Title. In some cases, the land parcel address may be different to the postal address.