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Following the release of the Retail Expert Advisory Committee’s Independent Recommendations Report, the Department is proposing an amendment to the definition of ‘bulky goods premises’ in the Standard Instrument Local Environmental Plan.

 

Currently, bulky goods premises must meet two requirements:

  1. A large floor area for the display, hire and sale of goods; and
  2. Direct public vehicle access for loading and unloading goods.

 

The proposed amendment will remove the requirement to provide both a large floor area and direct vehicular access, by replacing ‘and’ with ‘or’. This means that bulky goods retailers will only need to meet one of the requirements to satisfy the definition.

 

To find out more about the proposed amendment, please view the explanation of proposed amendment. The proposed amendment will be on public exhibition until 5pm Wednesday, 13 December 2017. The Department welcomes submissions and feedback on the proposed amendment.

 

Have your say on these changes

 

How to have your say on the changes to the SI LEP

  • Submissions on the proposed amendment will close on Wednesday, 13 December 2017.
  • You can view and make a submission:
  • by mail to the
    • Director, Employment Policy and Systems
      GPO Box 39,
      Sydney, NSW 2001

 

  • All submissions will be made public in line with the Department’s objective to promote an open and transparent planning system. If you do not want your name published, please state this clearly at the top of your submission. Before making a submission, please read our privacy statement.

 

Where can I find out more?

  • Call our Information Centre on 1300 305 695.
  • If English isn’t your first language, you can call 131 450 and ask for an interpreter in your language and then request to be connected to our Information Centre on 1300 305 695.

 

Page last updated: 08/11/2017