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What was on exhibition

Along with the State Significant Precinct (SSP) Study, UrbanGrowth NSW have submitted two key documents that set out the draft planning controls, including:

  • An Explanation of Intended Effect (EIE)
  • A draft Development Control Plan (DCP)

The SSP Study also includes technical studies. The EIE and DCP, along with all technical studies, can be found on our Plans and Policies website.


The Test of Adequacy (ToA) undertaken by the Department, with assistance from City of Sydney Council, showed that these studies meet the majority of the SSP Study Requirements and were deemed appropriate for public exhibition. This table of Test of Adequacy Results shows all the Study Requirements and confirms that the SSP Study was found adequate for exhibition.


EIE maps

UrbanGrowth NSW have submitted an EIE which includes maps to demonstrate some of the key proposed planning controls:


Frequently Asked Questions

Download the Waterloo State Significant Precinct FAQs (PDF, 140 KB).


Page last updated: 27/02/2019