19 Oct 2016
Council has received Development Applications for the following:
Premises: 83 Lawrence Street and 1-3 Pearce Avenue, Peakhurst
Development Application No: DA2016/0276
Proposed Development: Demolition of existing structures and removal of trees; construction of a three storey residential flat building with basement parking accessed from Lawrence St
Applicant: Cornerstone Design
Premises: 51-53 Josephine Street, Riverwood
Development Application No: DA2016/0038
Proposed Development: Renotification Amended Plans - Demolition of existing structures; construction of a three storey building with attic comprising part residential flat building (12 x units) and part boarding house (24 x rooms) with basement parking (Joint Regional Planning Panel is the consent authority)
Applicant: J Lian
The application(s) and accompanying plans are available for viewing until 10 November 2016. The plans and supporting documentation can only be accessed electronically using the self-service computer kiosk within the Civic Centre, internet facilities at the Library or using the internet from home.
You can make a submission to Council by e-form on our website.
Submissions must be received by Council no later than 10 November 2016. A submission by way of objection must set out the grounds for objection.
A person may request to have their personal details suppressed. For more information about Council’s Privacy Management Plan, contact Council’s Acting Governance Manager, Tony Gearon on 9330 6031.
12 Oct 2016
Council has received Development Application(s) for the following:
Premises: 666 King Georges Road Penshurst
Development Application No: DA2016/0255
Proposed Development: Demolition of existing dwelling and construction of new multi dwelling development comprising 3 x dwellings
Applicant: Mr J Alexander-Hatziplis
The application(s) and accompanying plans are available for viewing until 28 October 2016. The plans and supporting documentation can only be accessed electronically using the self-service computer kiosk within the Civic Centre, internet facilities at the Library or using the internet from home.
You can make a submission to Council by e-form on our website.
Submissions must be received by Council no later than 28 October 2016.
A submission by way of objection must set out the grounds for objection. A person may request to have their personal details suppressed. For more information about Council’s Privacy Management Plan, contact Council’s Business Process Improvement Specialist, Tony Gearon on 9330 6031.
28 Sep 2016
Georges River Council is re-exhibiting a Planning Proposal (with additional documentation) for the entire "East Quarter" site and a new Development Application for Stage 3 of the "East Quarter" site located at Nos. 93-103 Forest Road Hurstville under the joint exhibition provisions of Section 72K of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (the "Act").
27 Apr 2016
21 Mar 2016
Street Allawah Rail Overbridge between Railway Parade and Roberts Lane will be
closed from Monday, 11 April to Wednesday,
30 November 2016 to facilitate the
replacement of the old bridge.
27 Jan 2016
At its meeting on 9 December 2015, Council resolved to adopt for exhibition amendments to Development Control Plan No.1 - LGA Wide (DCP 1). The primary purpose of the draft amendment to DCP 1 is to reinforce its guidance role, reduce the size and complexity of the document, update controls for all residential development types, consolidate and update landscaping and stormwater management provisions, introduce new public domain provisions and amend car parking rates.
13 Jan 2016
11 Aug 2015
10 Aug 2015
In late July 2015, Mayor of Hurstville, Cr Con Hindi announced the Forest Road Streetscape Project Stage One. This project aims to transform the streetscape in the Hurstville City Centre and will complement the significant investment that is occurring elsewhere in the area such as the $100million upgrade of Westfield Hurstville. The revitalisation of the streetscape will in turn attract more residents, businesses, services and shoppers to this vibrant shopping precinct.
4 Nov 2014
The New M5 will run from the existing M5 at Beverly Hills via new 5.3 metre high tunnels to an interchange at St Peters, which will provide improved access to the airport, south Sydney and Port Botany precincts.
More information on the New M5 is available in the project overview, which you can download from www.westconnex.com.au.
23 Oct 2014
WestConnex will connect Sydney’s west and south-west with the CBD, airport and port precincts, with the final stage due to be completed by 2023.
Community information sessions on the EIS (Environmental Impact Statement) will be held at Regina Coeli Church Hall, 70 Ponyara Road, Beverly Hills on Saturday 1 November, 9am to 12pm and at Beverly Hills North Public School, 1-3 Shorter Avenue, Beverly Hills on Monday 10 November, 3pm to 7pm.
For further information, follow the link for the latest community update: http://www.westconnex.com.au/documents/king_georges_road_interchange_upgrade_eis_community_update_oct_14.pdf
7 Oct 2014
Neighbourhood Safer Places are a place of last resort during a bush fire emergency: http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/plan-and-prepare/neighbourhood-safer-places
3 Oct 2014
2 Oct 2014
16 Sep 2014
Latest update for WestConnex Project
28 Aug 2014
The NSW and Australian governments have embarked on Australia’s largest transport infrastructure project, the 33km WestConnex motorway linking Sydney’s west and south-west with the city, airport and port. This project will ease congestion, create jobs and connect communities.
15 Aug 2014
This report relates to the Council report CCL256-14 being considered by Council on 20 August 2014
11 Mar 2014
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.
7 Mar 2014
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.”
24 Feb 2014
The retune is a national programme that moves free-to-air television channels to new frequencies.