The Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 aims to build a strong economy capable of generating jobs, providing greater housing choice, essential infrastructure, lively centres for shopping, entertainment and dining, and protecting the natural environment.
A review of the Warnervale Airport (Restrictions) Act 1996 is being undertaken. The overall objective of the Review is to remove the current uncertainty created by the activation of the ‘flight movement restriction’ provisions of the Act.
The formal submissions period review of the Warnervale Airport (Restrictions) Act 1996 was open from Wednesday, 22 January 2020 until 5pm, Friday 28 February 2020.
All public submissions will be taken into consideration in the drafting of recommendations for the review report, which is due to be passed to the Minister for Planning and Public Spaces in April 2020.
For more detailed information about the Review and how to have your say, please visit the Warnervale Airport (Restrictions) Act 1996 webpage.
In February 2019, the NSW Government released the Darkinjung Delivery Framework, a set of pioneering planning measures to assist Darkinjung better utilise its land.
Darkinjung is the largest non-Government landholder on the Central Coast, so it has been an ideal test case for the planning reforms.
View the Interim Darkinjung Delivery Plan made as part of their delivery framework at the link below:
A Local Planning Panel (LPP) will be implemented on the Central Coast to bring greater expertise, transparency and accountability to local planning decisions.
LPPs are panels comprising two independent experts, a community member and a chair who make decisions on sensitive, complex and high-value development applications made to local councils.
The establishment of an LPP for the Central Coast was a recommendation from the independent review of governance in the NSW planning system by former NSW Deputy Police Commissioner Nick Kaldas.
The review recognised the positive feedback and overall effectiveness of mandatory LPPs – formerly known as IHAPs (Independent Hearing and Assessment Panels) – in metropolitan Sydney and Wollongong and recommended the Department consider extending LPPs to the Central Coast and Newcastle.
A Central Coast LPP is expected to be in place by early 2020 and will consist of a chair and two independent experts appointed by Council from a Minister-endorsed pool of independent, qualified people, plus a community representative.
For more information about the Central Coast LPP contact Andrew Roach at Central Coast Council.
The Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 is a 20–year blueprint for the future of the Central Coast.
Our vision is to create a region with a healthy natural environment, a flourishing economy, and well-connected communities.
We’ll deliver our vision through four goals:
The Central Coast Regional Implementation Plan 2018-2020 has been released that sets out exactly how the Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 will continue to deliver jobs, housing, conservation planning and revitalisation for the region over the next two years.
For more details visit Delivering the Plan page.
Revitalisation of Gosford City Centre as the capital of a healthy, prosperous and connected Central Coast, is a key Ministerial priority of the Central Coast Regional Plan 2036.
The project has reached a significant milestone with the release of the final Government Architect report and approval of a suite of new planning controls to revitalise Gosford City Centre, following public exhibition throughout the year.
Information relating to the final planning controls and development assessment and approvals within the Gosford City Centre can be found on the Gosford City Centre web page.
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