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Draft Amendments to Development Control Plan No. 1 - LGA Wide

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.

For more information Please visit the Following Link:  Draft Amendments to Development Control Plan No. 1 - LGA Wide

Where to view the draft plan

The Draft DCP will be on public exhibition from 27 January 2016 to 25 February 2016, and can be viewed at:
  • Customer Service Centre, Civic Centre, MacMahon Street, Hurstville, between 8.30am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday;
  • Council’s website – www.hurstville.nsw.gov.au/public-notices.html
  • Hurstville and Penshurst Public Libraries during library hours.

How to make a submission

If you wish to comment, please forward a written submission to the General Manager, PO Box 205, Hurstville BC 1481 or via email: strategicplanning@hurstville.nsw.gov.au. Submissions should quote ‘SF15/1130 – Draft Hurstville DCP 1 – Amendment 5 – Submission’. The closing date for submissions is 25 February 2016. If you make a submission and have made political donations or gifts, a statement must be completed. A form is available from Council’s website.

Further Information

Enquiries about the draft Plan can be directed to Council’s Strategic Planning Section on 9330 6222.



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Hurstville Council encourages the community to provide input on local proposals and projects. The community can submit feedback on draft documents which Council has placed on formal public exhibition or public consultation during the exhibition period. Any submissions Council receives, including personal information, becomes publicly available and may also be included in Council’s business paper.

If you do not wish your submission to become publicly available you can provide Council with your reason, in writing. Alternatively, you may wish to provide an anonymous submission. Please note that anonymous submissions may be given less, or no weight during overall consideration of the proposal.

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