Matters On Exhibition

Draft Local Strategic Planning Statement

Council is exhibiting the draft Local Strategic Planning Statement. The Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) is a 20-year planning vision, emphasising land use, transport and sustainability objectives to demonstrate how the Camden LGA will change to meet the community’s needs over the next 20 years.

The draft LSPS includes:

  • A 20 year land use vision for the Camden LGA
  • 21 Local Priorities to guide land use decisions in Camden
  • 121 actions for Council to implement to achieve the vision
  • Council’s local response to the Greater Sydney Region Plan and the Western City District Plan

The draft LSPS is available to view via the link below:

Submissions

Submissions may be emailed to mail@camden.nsw.gov.au (quoting reference draft LSPS) or alternatively addressed to the General Manager (Att: Louise McMahon), Camden Council PO Box 183, CAMDEN NSW 2570 and must be received no later than COB Tuesday 27 August 2019.

 


Second Deed of Variation for Harrington Grove Planning Agreement

Council is exhibiting an amendment to the Harrington Grove Planning Agreement (the Second Deed of Variation). The amendment reduces the size of District Public Reserve, DR7, from 12 hectares to eight (8) hectares, retains the four (4) hectares of land in private community-title ownership, and provides an additional lookout, LO5. The document also includes the construction of a fence to delineate the boundary between the site of DR7 and the privately-owned community-title land.

The Planning Agreement is also amended to update section references of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and includes an updated Explanatory Note.

The amended Harrington Grove Planning Agreement is available to view via the link below:

Submissions

Submissions on the amended agreement should be addressed to the General Manager, attention to Mr Ben Richards and lodged by mail (PO Box 183, Camden NSW 2570), email (mail@camden.nsw.gov.au) or fax (4654 7829) by COB Monday, 16 September 2019.

For more information phone Council on (02) 4654 7777.


Compliance and Enforcement Policy

Council’s Compliance and Enforcement Policy has recently been reviewed and is now on public exhibition for the community to provide feedback.

The Compliance and Enforcement Policy details Council’s role to act as an enforcement authority under a broad range of legislation. The Policy provides a structure for decision making and responding to regulatory and compliance matters.

The reviewed Compliance and Enforcement Policy is available to view via the link below:

Submissions

Submissions on the reviewed Policy should be addressed to the General Manager, attention to Samuel Gill and lodged by mail (PO Box 183, Camden NSW 2570), email or fax (4654 7829) by COB TUESDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER 2019.

For more information call Council on (02) 4654 7777.


Draft Fire Safety Policy

Council has prepared a draft Fire Safety Policy to inform and assist building owners to meet their legislative obligations in relation to fire safety, to promote fire safety compliance and to inform the community on Council’s role in relation to fire safety and enforcement. The draft Policy outlines:

  • The investigation of fire safety matters and implications for building owners;
  • Procedures relating to the submission of annual fire safety statements, including submission requirements, issuing of reminder and overdue notices, and penalties for non-compliance;
  • Council’s approach to the implementation and enforcement of legislation relating to fire safety matters;
  • Council’s fire safety upgrade program, including key risk assessment principles of fire safety in buildings.

The reviewed draft Fire Safety Policy is available to view via the link below:

Submissions

Submissions on the reviewed Policy should be addressed to the General Manager, attention to Daniel Streater (Manager Development Certification) and lodged by mail (PO Box 183, Camden NSW 2570), email or fax (4654 7829) by COB TUESDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER 2019.

For more information phone Council on (02) 4654 7777.