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Frequently Asked Questions

The Shell Cove Boat Harbour Precinct was the subject of a Concept Approval granted on 15 February 2011. There have been no modifications to the Concept Approval.

 

On 9 August 2017, the Proponent lodged a modification application seeking to:

  • increase the maximum number of dwellings from 1,238 to 1,566;
  • revise housing densities and typologies across the site;
  • reconfigure the Town Centre layout including relocating the hotel building to the northern gateway;
  • increase the maximum building height in certain areas;
  • include ‘serviced apartments’ and’ residential accommodation’ as permissible uses within the hotel building;
  • include an additional 6,000m² of land within Precinct E (the ‘northern lands’) for residential development; and
  • refine road patterns and layout.
  • The Department of Planning and Environment will assess the merits of the modification application for the Shell Cove Boat Harbour Precinct. 
  • As part of our assessment process, we asked for feedback to better understand the views and concerns of the community. 
  • The Environmental Assessment Report (EAR) for the modification was publicly exhibited by the Department between 15 September – 20 October 2017. 
  • In total, 208 submissions were received. 
  • The Department requested the Proponent to respond to the issues raised in submissions.
  • The Proponent lodged its Response to Submissions (RtS) report, which is available on our major projects website, and was open for comment between 13 March and 27 March 2018.
  • The Department will assess the merits of the modification application, which includes all submissions and community feedback.
  • The Department will make a recommendation to the Independent Planning Commission (IPC) about whether the modification application should be approved or rejected.
  • The IPC will hold a public meeting as a point of its consideration of the proposal, providing another opportunity for the community to voice its concerns. 
  • Once a final decision has been made the Department will notify the community, and those who made a submission, of the outcome.
  • To find out more you can:
    • View all documents on our major projects website
    • call our Information Centre on 1300 305 695. If English isn’t your first language and you require an interpreter, please call 131 450. Ask for an interpreter in your language and then request to be connected to our Information Centre
    • email information@planning.nsw.gov.au

Page last updated: 09/08/2018