6 John Street, McMahons Point





An application has been lodged with North Sydney Council for the following proposal:

To construct a floating dock facility to service commercial vessels up to 1000T in weight. The structure will be located on the south-western side of the site, both on land and at the land/water interface.

This proposal is both designated development and integrated development. The consent authority is the Sydney North Planning Panel.

Integrated approval bodies and approvals required:

  1. NSW Environment Protection Authority
    Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 – Environment Protection Authority (Section 43(b), 48 and 55).
  2. NSW Department of Primary Industries
    Fisheries Management Act 1977 – Fishing and Aquaculture (Section 201, 205)
  3. Water Management Act 2000 – Office of Water (Section 90)



ADVERTISING PERIOD: 29 January 2018 – 28 February 2018

Please note submissions will be accepted a further 14 days after the close of advertising period. All submissions in relation to DA 3/18 should be submitted by 5pm 14 March 2018.

PRECINCT: Union and Waverton Precincts

APPLICANT: Stannard Marine Pty Ltd

You may inspect the full development application and the accompanying documents including the environmental impact statement between 9.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday (public holidays excepted) at Council Chambers. The application may also be inspected at the Department of Planning and Environment’s office located at 320 Pitt Street, Sydney between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday (public holidays excepted) during the advertising period.

Council’s website www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au via the DA tracking system provides access to plans showing external elements of the proposal and supporting documentation. An online submission form and additional information about Political Donations disclosure is also provided. Submissions must be made in writing, during the advertising period, and should be addressed to the General Manager, North Sydney Council.

Submissions must be restricted to the subject development application, and not contain any defamatory statements or personal information. If you wish to object to the proposal, specific grounds must be given. All submissions will be formally acknowledged.

In the event that this designated development application is approved, any person who has made an objection and is dissatisfied with the determination of the SNPP to grant development consent, may appeal to the Land and Environment Court. If the Planning Assessment Commission conducts a review of the proposed development, the Minister's determination of the application is final and not subject to appeal.

Please note that once your submission is received by North Sydney Council, it becomes government information and the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 requires Council to publish your submission online (Council’s website). If you wish to have your name and address removed from the submission before it is published online, please state this clearly in your submission.