A Planning Proposal is a document that seeks to amend Council’s planning controls.
Such planning controls are contained in the Local Environmental Plan (LEP) and are intended to manage urban growth and the impact of new development. They include matters such as zoning restrictions, heritage controls, height limits and other controls.
The preparation of a Planning Proposal is the first step in the process of amending an LEP.
Council is ultimately responsible for Planning Proposals and must be satisfied with their content. If Council is of the opinion that the proposed amendment to the LEP can be supported, the proposal will be forwarded to the Dept of Planning and Environment for the next step in the process, being the gateway determination. All planning proposals should be prepared in accordance with the Dept's Guide to Preparing Planning Proposals.
Planning Proposals are publicly exhibited to seek community and stakeholder input after the gateway determination by the NSW Govt before being determined.
Meetings with Planners
It is recommended that a meeting be held with Council's Strategic Planning staff prior to lodgement of all Planning Proposals. Such meetings give potential applicants the opportunity to clarify planning issues and processes. Arrange a meeting on 9936 8100.
Planning Proposal form (289KB) (incl. fees)
Planning Proposals - view online
View the proposals and other docs online. Please note, proposals go through an internal Council assessment process and are then referred to the Dept of Planning and Environment, before public consultation occurs, and for this reason, you may see Planning Proposals in this tracking system that have not yet been notified in your local area.
Planning Proposals Tracking
Planning Proposals - with Council
575-583 Pacific Highway, St Leonards
100 Christie Street, St Leonards
Planning Proposal 617-619 Pacific Hwy, St Leonards
Planning Proposals - on exhibition
Planning Proposal - North Sydney Centre
Planning Proposal - 24 Cranbrook Avenue, Cremorne
Planning Proposals - exhibition closed