What is on exhibition?
The Draft Woollahra Development Control Plan (DCP) 2015 (Amendment No. 17) is on exhibition.
The draft DCP seeks to update and strengthen the provisions relating to site facilities by introducing objectives and controls to address the visual impact of hydraulic fire services, such as fire hydrants and boosters.
What is a Development Control Plan (DCP)?
A DCP contains detailed planning and building design guidelines for new development and for alterations and additions to existing development.
It is a document prepared by Council to guide people when they propose to carry out development. It is also used by Council when assessing and determining development applications.
The DCP that applies to the Woollahra LGA is the Woollahra Development Control Plan 2015.
An overarching objective of the DCP is to give effect to the aims of the Woollahra Local Environmental Plan 2014 and facilitate development with reference to the unique characteristics of the area.
Who does this draft amendment affect?
The DCP amendment applies to the majority of land within the Woollahra LGA. The land to which it applies is identified in the map below:
How can I share my views on this draft amendment?
What happens to my submission?
Your input will help inform Council decision making and shape the future of Woollahra. All submissions received during public exhibition will be reviewed and reported to the Environmental Planning Committee and to a Council meeting.
The supply of personal information is voluntary. If personal information is not provided, Council may be limited in dealing with a submission. Submissions, summaries of submissions, and/or names and addresses of people making submissions may be included in publicly available reports to Council or Committee Meetings.
Please note that, in accordance with section 18(1)(b) of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (NSW), you are advised that all submissions received by Council in relation to any matter will be placed on the appropriate Council file and may be disclosed to Councillors, Council Officers, consultants to Council or members of the public.
Pursuant to the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (NSW) the Council may be obliged to allow inspection of its documents, including any submissions you may make.