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Public Notices & Exhibitions

Council’s public notices are advertised predominantly in the St George and Sutherland Shire Leader and also in The Sydney Morning Herald. These include notification of:

  • recently issued development consents
  • recently issued complying development certificates
  • notice of proposed developments
  • changes to Council meetings  
  • release and/or sale of abandoned vehicles
  • intention to grant licence
  • public exhibitions and consultations
  • tenders / expressions of interest (EOIs).

  1. 17 Apr 2014

    Draft Delivery Program 2014-18 & Operational Plan 2014-15, Draft Budget and Fees & Charges 2014-15

    You are invited to view and respond to Council’s draft Delivery Program 2014-18 & Operational Plan 2014-15, Budget and Fees & Charges 2014-15 which are on public exhibition in accordance with Section 404 of the Local Government Act 1993.

  2. 10 Apr 2014

    NOTICE OF PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT

    NOTICE OF PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT

    Council has received Development Application(s) for the following:

  3. 10 Apr 2014

    Public Exhibition for the Draft Development Control Plan No.1 – LGA Wide

    Hurstville City Council is exhibiting amendments to Draft Development Control Plan (DCP) No.1 – LGA Wide.

  4. 11 Mar 2014

    Closure of Illawarra Line

    Sydney Trains is planning the closure of the Illawarra Railway Line between Central and Dapto/Cronulla on the weekend of the 15 and 16 March 2014. During this period buses will replace train services over the full closure extent.

  5. 7 Mar 2014

    2014 Crime Prevention Strategy

    Hurstville City Council has a commitment to maintaining a safe environment for its residents and visitors and this is reflected in Council’s Community Vision contained in the Hurstville Community Strategic Plan 2021: “An evolving City which promotes a sustainable and safe community that connects people and places and celebrates diversity.”

  6. 24 Feb 2014

    The retune is coming to the greater Sydney region and surrounds on 18 March 2014

    The retune is a national programme that moves free-to-air television channels to new frequencies.

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