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Landcom, on behalf of Sydney Metro, have submitted a concept development application for a residential flat building development at the site of the Sydney Metro Epping Service Facility.

 

The Sydney Metro Epping Service Facility Site is located at 242-244 Beecroft Road, Epping and has been used in support of the construction and operation of the Sydney Metro Northwest Line.

 

The concept proposal for the residential flat building development includes:

  • building envelopes for three residential towers with maximum heights of up to 15 storeys 
  • a maximum of 442 dwellings (including a minimum of 5% affordable housing dwellings)
  • a maximum residential gross floor area of 39,000m²
  • a maximum non-residential gross floor area of 700m²
  • basement car parking for a maximum of 356 parking spaces
  • loading, vehicular access and pedestrian access
  • communal and private open space areas and through-site pedestrian link.

 

The Epping Service Facility Site Concept Proposal is on public exhibition until 4 September 2019.

 

Have your say

The Department welcomes feedback from the community, government agencies and other stakeholders during public exhibition. This feedback helps us better understand the opinions and concerns of the community, which informs our assessment of the project.

 

Following exhibition, the Department will collate submissions and publish them on our Major Projects website.

 

How to submit your feedback

 

Make an online submission

 

By Post:

Att: Director – Key Sites Assessment
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
GPO Box 39, SYDNEY, NSW 2001

 

Your submission must reach the Department by 4 September 2019 to be considered.

 

Please include:

  • Your name and address
  • The name of the application
  • The application number SSD 8784
  • A brief statement on whether you support or object to the proposal
  • The reasons why you support or object to the proposal
  • Anyone lodging submissions must declare reportable political donations (including donations of $1,000 or more) made in the previous two years. For more details, and a disclosure form, visit our Donations and Gift Disclosure webpage.

All submissions will be made public in line with the Department’s objective to promote an open and transparent planning system. If you are lodging your submission by post and do not want your name published, please state this clearly at the top of your submission. If you are lodging your submission online, follow the prompts on the website to choose if you do not want your name published.

 

Before making a submission, please read our privacy statement.

 

What happens next?

  • The concept proposal is on public exhibition until 4 September 2019.
  • Following exhibition, the Department will publish all submissions received and ask Landcom to address any issues raised by the community, council and other government agencies.
  • Landcom will prepare a formal Response to Submissions (RTS) report, which we will make publicly available.
  • The Department will then assess the merits of the project, which includes consideration of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), all submissions and community feedback, and the RTS.
  • The Department will make a recommendation to the Minister for Planning for his determination. 

 

Find out more

  • visit the Major Projects website: you will find all relevant documents and submissions related to this project.

Page last updated: 13/08/2019