Wyee West Paper Subdivision

The Wyee West Paper Subdivision consists of 199 residential lots that are owned by more than 140 landowners.

While much of the land has been rezoned to allow for residential development, the land cannot be developed because it is not serviced with the necessary infrastructure such as roads, drainage, water, sewer and electricity.

Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback so far, Council is looking to work with local landowners to explore options for the future of the paper subdivision.

The Wyee West Paper Subdivision consists of 199 residential lots that are owned by more than 140 landowners.

While much of the land has been rezoned to allow for residential development, the land cannot be developed because it is not serviced with the necessary infrastructure such as roads, drainage, water, sewer and electricity.

Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback so far, Council is looking to work with local landowners to explore options for the future of the paper subdivision.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We want to know whether you would be likely to support a Development Plan to help us decide whether to proceed with infrastructure planning for the paper subdivision.


    We want to know whether you would be likely to support a Development Plan to help us decide whether to proceed with infrastructure planning for the paper subdivision.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We are now also inviting expressions of interest from landowners wishing to participate in a reference group, along with three elected Councillors and a small number of staff.

    This group will help decide aspects of the Development Plan, including how infrastructure costs are to be shared amongst landowners, and funding options that will be made available for landowners to cover these costs.

    EOI closes 27 October 2017.


    We are now also inviting expressions of interest from landowners wishing to participate in a reference group, along with three elected Councillors and a small number of staff.

    This group will help decide aspects of the Development Plan, including how infrastructure costs are to be shared amongst landowners, and funding options that will be made available for landowners to cover these costs.

    EOI closes 27 October 2017.


    Complete Form