Alpine resort development assessments are governed by the State Environmental Planning Policy (Kosciuszko National Park-Alpine Resorts) 2007 (the Alpine SEPP). The Alpine SEPP aims to protect the natural and cultural heritage of land within the Alpine resorts and to encourage environmentally sustainable development.
The NSW alpine resort areas include Thredbo, Perisher Range (including Bullocks Flat), Mount Selwyn, Charlotte Pass, Kosciusko Mountain Retreat, Ski Rider and Sponars Chalet, located within the unique and environmentally-significant setting of Kosciuszko National Park.
The resorts provide a range of snow-based recreational activities during winter, along with hiking, mountain-biking, riding and fishing during the warmer months. The resorts are important to NSW due to their economic and social contribution.
Key requirements of the Alpine SEPP include:
Under the Alpine SEPP, the Minister for Planning is the consent authority for development.
To undertake development within the NSW alpine resort areas proponents need to lodge a development application with the Department. It is recommended that proponents contact the Alpine Resorts Team and any other relevant agencies to discuss their proposal.
For more information, contact the Alpine Resorts Team on 02 6456 1733 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Each year, the owner (or lessee in the Alpine Resort areas) of a building or premises is required to submit an annual fire safety statement.
The statement confirms that each essential fire safety measure has been assessed by a suitably qualified person and was assessed to be capable of performing to a standard no less than that specified in a/the schedule. If the measure is not mentioned in a/the schedule, it must perform to a standard no less than when the measure was originally designed and implemented.
Annual fire safety statements should be sent to PO Box 36, Jindabyne NSW 2627 or via email to email@example.com
It is also a requirement that an annual fire safety statement must be submitted every twelve months after the fire safety certificate is issued.
If the building’s fire exit includes any fire-isolated stairway, passageway or ramp, the below notice must be displayed in a conspicuous position adjacent to the exit.
Geotechnical maps referred to in the policy are available in pdf format via the links below.
The Accompanying Notes should be read in conjunction with the geotechnical maps.
Perisher Valley incorporates nine (9) maps. G1 illustrate the G-lines referred to in the policy, in Perisher Valley, as a whole. G1-1 to G1-8 illustrating more detailed G-line sections of Perisher Valley individually.
The maps below illustrate G-lines in the remaining five resort areas and three resort support areas referred to in the policy.
For further information please contact the Alpine Resorts Team.
Page last updated: 31/10/2017