Matters On Exhibition
Public Exhibition of Draft Gledswood Hills (The Crest) and Draft El Caballo Blanco Voluntary Planning Agreements (VPAs)
Council is exhibiting two draft Voluntary Planning Agreements (VPAs), known as the draft Gledswood Hills (The Crest) VPA and the draft El Caballo Blanco and Gledswood VPA.
The two draft VPAs will incorporate certain obligations currently contained within the existing El Caballo Blanco, Gledswood and East Side Site VPA.
In addition to the existing obligations, the draft Gledswood Hills (The Crest) VPA seeks to:
- Dedicate an additional 41 hectares of land currently identified for the development of a 9-hole golf course to Council for the purposes of a public reserve; and
- Provide a monetary contribution of $6.5 million for its embellishment and maintenance.
In addition to the existing obligations, the draft El Caballo Blanco and Gledswood VPA seeks to:
- Dedicate an additional 9.08 hectares of riparian and bushland to Council;
- Undertake works in- kind to deliver cycleways, pathways and vegetation establishment and maintenance; and
- Provide 1.15 hectares of land for private recreation with an option to dedicate this land to Council.
The exhibition material can be viewed at Council’s Administration Building located at 70 Central Avenue, Oran Park as well as Camden, Narellan and Oran Park libraries or via the links above from 9 October to 6 November 2018.
Written submissions must be received by COB Tuesday 6 November 2018. All submissions should be addressed to the General Manager and marked attention to Alison Butler. For further information please contact Strategic Planning on 4654 7806.
Public exhibition of Draft Camden Development Control Plan (DCP) 2011 -Little Street, Camden (Draft Amendment No.23)
At its meeting of 11 September 2018, Council resolved to publicly exhibit draft amendments to Camden DCP 2011 in relation to Little Street Camden (Amendment No. 23).
The draft DCP seeks to minimise the impact of industrial developments and uses on residents.
The key DCP amendments are:
- maximum permitted hours of operation (including deliveries) for development opposite or adjacent to residential development are between the hours of 7:30am to 5:30pm Monday to Saturday with no operation permitted on Sundays.
- maximum length of vehicles accessing properties from Little Street must not be longer than 12.5m.
- Where development is opposite or adjacent to a dwelling:
- no operations on public holidays;
- Proposals to operate outside these hours will be required to demonstrate there will be no adverse impacts on adjoining dwellings; and
- Loading and unloading time is not to impact on the amenity of a dwelling;
- A minimum 2m side setback is required for industrial development adjacent to an existing dwelling;
- industrial development which shares a common boundary with an existing dwelling, a minimum rear setback of 6 metres is required for any part of a building above 4.5m in height.
The exhibition material can be viewed at Council’s Administration Building located at 70 Central Avenue, Oran Park as well as Camden, Narellan and Oran Park libraries or via the links below from 2 October to 30 October 2018.
Written submissions must be received by COB on Tuesday 30 October 2018. All submissions should be addressed to the General Manager and marked attention to Brendan Croft. For further information, please contact Strategic Planning on 4645 5644.
Amendment to the Rural Lands Strategy
Public Exhibition Information
Draft minor amendments have been proposed for the Rural Land Strategy (RLS). At its meeting on 24 July 2018, Council resolved to place the Draft amended RLS on public exhibition from 11 September until 12 October 2018.