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Eglinton - Proposed Telecommunications Infrastructure (Lattice Tower) & Ancillary Equipment

Community engagement has now closed. Comments were submitted from 28/03/2019 to 02/05/2019.


Proposed Telecommunications Infrastructure (Lattice Tower) & Ancillary Equipment - Lot 16 (169) Pipidinny Road, Eglinton (DA2019/203)

Public comment is invited on the above-mentioned proposal which incorporates the following:

  • The installation of a 60m lattice tower as measured from the base of the tower to the uppermost antenna; and
  • An equipment cabinet at the ground level together with antennas, cabling and ancillary equipment all to be contained within a 9m x 11m x 1.8m fenced compound.

The table below summarises the proposed equipment and dimensions:

Lattice Tower

Height: 60m
Finish: Galvanised 

Panel Antennas

Dimensions: 0.8m (h) x 0.4m (w) x 0.22m (d)
Height: 59.75m 

Panel Antennas

Dimensions: 2.6m (h) x 0.54m (w) x 0.15m (d)
Height: 59m 

Panel Antennas

Dimensions: 0.86m (h) x 0.52m (w) x 0.13m (d)
Height: 58.25m 

Parabolic Antenna

Dimensions: 0.6m
Height: 55m 

Equipment Cabinet

Dimensions: 2.92m (h) x 3m (l) x 2.5m (w)
Finish: Colorbond "pale eucalypt"


Comments can be emailed to enquiries@wanneroo.wa.gov.au or mailed to the Chief Executive Officer, City of Wanneroo, Locked Bag 1, WANNEROO WA 6946.
Should you wish to make a submission please state:

Your name and address;

  • How your interests are affected; whether as a private citizen, on behalf of a company or other organisation, or as an owner or occupier of property; and
  • Whether your submission is in support of, or objecting to the proposal and provide any arguments supporting your comments

Should you make a submission on a planning proposal, please note that your details may be made public at a Council meeting and included in a Council Agenda, which will be available on the City's website, unless you specifically request otherwise in your submission.   

Following the conclusion of the consultation period, the application will then proceed to be determined by the Western Australian Planning Commission.