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We have prepared a draft revised Master Plan for the Carter Street precinct.

 

The draft revised Master Plan for the Carter Street Precinct proposes a new high-quality village centre, including proposed light rail, better located primary school, more open space, more integrated pathways and cycleways, a widened Hill Road, and better design standards are the key features, of the revitalised plan for the Carter Street Precinct.

 

Read the draft revised Master Plan

What’s happened so far?

In November 2015, the Carter Street Precinct was rezoned for up to 5,500 dwellings, a new village centre, a site for a new primary school and new public open space.

 

In 2018, we undertook a review of the master plan and existing planning controls for the precinct in 2018. The draft revised Master Plan and planning controls for the Carter Street Precinct were on exhibition from September to October 2018. To implement the revised Master Plan, it is proposed to amend the Auburn Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2010.

 

The following documents were available during public exhibition:

  • Carter Street Precinct Planning Report
  • Carter Street Precinct Brochure
  • Explanation of Intended Effect
  • Draft Amendment to Carter Street Precinct Development Control Plan
  • Land Use Safety Study Summary Report
  • FAQs Carter Street precinct

 

All of the documents that were exhibited are available on the Planning Portal.

What’s happening next?

Submissions are now under consideration before the plan is finalised.

 

All of the submissions received are available on the Planning Portal.

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Page last updated: 04/03/2020