A Planning Proposal is an application to amend planning controls in the Camden Local Environmental Plan 2010 (LEP) or State Environmental Planning Policy (Sydney Region Growth Centres) 2006 (Growth Centre SEPP) that govern an aspect of development. They can be initiated by Council or an applicant.
A list of Planning Proposals that have been endorsed by Council are included on the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Planning Portal.
Follow Council's lodgement process below to lodge a Planning Proposal:
A Planning Proposal has a number of steps in its consideration and approval and requires approvals from both Local Council and the State Government Planning body (Department of Planning).
The Planning Proposal Assessment key steps are outlined below:
As part of the Planning Proposal process, Council is required to formally exhibit the Planning Proposal for a period of either 14 or 28 days as determined by the Gateway Approval.
In addition Council also provides an informal notification period before the Planning Proposal has been considered at a Council Meeting.
The Planning Proposal Notification Factsheet can assist with any questions.
Access the following links for more information: