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Draft Local Character Statement

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Draft 2036 Plan

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Draft 2036 Plan Traffic and Transport Study

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Draft 2036 Plan Economic Feasibility Review

Draft Crows Nest Sydney Metro Site Rezoning Report

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Draft 2036 Plan Urban Design Advice Government Architects NSW

  • Lane Cove Council exhibited a planning proposal for the St Leonards South masterplan area between October 2017 and January 2018. The planning proposal is for a change to the existing zoning to allow for higher density residential development of between four and 19 storeys.
  • If rezoned as exhibited, the proposal could provide capacity for up to 2,400 new homes.
  • The Draft 2036 Plan recommends referral of the proposal to an independent panel for review to ensure consistency with conditions of the Gateway Determination and the draft 2036 Plan.
  • The Minister for Planning asked the Independent Planning Commission NSW (IPC) to provide advice regarding the consistency of the St Leonards South Residential Precinct Planning Proposal with the Draft 2036 Plan.
  • As part of this process, the IPC will hold a public meeting to listen to the community’s views. The public meeting will be an opportunity for individuals and groups to present their views on both the planning proposal and specific aspects of the Draft 2036 Plan.
  • The public meeting will be held at 9am on Monday 20 May 2019 at the Crows Nest Centre, Johnson Hall, Level 2, 2 Ernest Place, Crows Nest, NSW 2065. The meeting will be open to the public, however, if you would like to apply to speak at the meeting, you must register with the IPC before 5pm on Wednesday 15 May 2019. The IPC will then notify you whether your request to speak has been accepted.
  • If the IPC receives a large number of applications to speak at the meeting, it may need to hold an additional session on Tuesday 21 May 2019 at 9am.
  • Written submissions can also be provided to the IPC up to one week after the meeting. The IPC has advised that written submissions will be weighed the same as spoken presentations.
  • For more information about the public meeting, details on how to register to speak, the Minister’s request for advice to the IPC and documents forwarded to the IPC for consideration, please visit the Commission’s website. 
 

 

Previous material (exhibited August 2017)

The Department has reviewed recent strategic planning work by all three councils and combined into a single comprehensive plan for the St Leonards and Crows Nest town centre. 

 

We have also analysed existing employment in the Precinct and a review of future employment demands and requirements, together with preliminary specialist studies, which you can see here:

 

The outcomes of this stage will inform Stage Two, a Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan that will identify areas within the Precinct suitable for redevelopment and guide future development and infrastructure delivery over the next 20 years. A Special Infrastructure Contribution will be developed to fund new infrastructure.

 

We released the Interim Statement to keep the community informed and updated about our process. We did not seek formal submissions from the community at this stage because there will be an opportunity for the community to comment on a complete strategy, with draft plans and supporting technical documents in early 2018.