Public Art in Major Development

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Woollahra Council aims to support and promote art, artists and cultural development in the community. We are doing this by integrating public art requirements into large scale development in Edgecliff, Double Bay and Rose Bay centres. Public art helps to create local landmarks that contribute to a sense of place, liveability and community identity.

The Woollahra Development Control Plan 2015 - Amendment 11 establishes planning objectives and controls for public art, and identifies that development with a capital improvement value of $15M or more must include public art.

To help the community understand how the new planning controls will operate, we also exhibited the Draft Woollahra Public Art Guidelines for Developers. These draft guidelines provide advice for developers on the process for incorporating high quality public art in major developments.

The public exhibition period was from Wednesday 25 September to Friday 8 November 2019 and has now closed. You can still read our exhibition documents.


PRIVACY NOTE:

Submissions, summaries of submissions, and/or names and email addresses of people making submissions may be included in publicly available reports to Council or Committee Meetings and Council's website.

Please note, 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 will be placed on the appropriate Council file and may be disclosed to Councillors, Council Officers, consultants to Council or members of the public.

Woollahra Council aims to support and promote art, artists and cultural development in the community. We are doing this by integrating public art requirements into large scale development in Edgecliff, Double Bay and Rose Bay centres. Public art helps to create local landmarks that contribute to a sense of place, liveability and community identity.

The Woollahra Development Control Plan 2015 - Amendment 11 establishes planning objectives and controls for public art, and identifies that development with a capital improvement value of $15M or more must include public art.

To help the community understand how the new planning controls will operate, we also exhibited the Draft Woollahra Public Art Guidelines for Developers. These draft guidelines provide advice for developers on the process for incorporating high quality public art in major developments.

The public exhibition period was from Wednesday 25 September to Friday 8 November 2019 and has now closed. You can still read our exhibition documents.


PRIVACY NOTE:

Submissions, summaries of submissions, and/or names and email addresses of people making submissions may be included in publicly available reports to Council or Committee Meetings and Council's website.

Please note, 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 will be placed on the appropriate Council file and may be disclosed to Councillors, Council Officers, consultants to Council or members of the public.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We invite you to make a submission to the public exhibition of Public Art in Major Development: Draft Woollahra Development Control Plan 2015 (Amendment 11) and Draft Woollahra Public Art Guidelines for Developers. 

    Your feedback will help inform the final report and Council's decision on the proposed amendment. 

    We invite you to make a submission to the public exhibition of Public Art in Major Development: Draft Woollahra Development Control Plan 2015 (Amendment 11) and Draft Woollahra Public Art Guidelines for Developers. 

    Your feedback will help inform the final report and Council's decision on the proposed amendment. 

    Consultation has concluded
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