Penrith Lakes is governed by the State Environmental Planning Policy (Penrith Lakes Scheme) 1989, commonly known as the Penrith Lakes SEPP. The SEPP includes a Land Zoning Map that shows what is permissible at the site.
The NSW Government is committed to making Penrith Lakes a destination to play, relax, work and visit.
In August 2021, the department proposed changes to the Penrith Lakes SEPP that will increase employment, recreational and tourism opportunities within Western Sydney.
The proposed amendment will:
For more information about the proposed changes, read our frequently asked questions (PDF, 150 KB).
The proposed amendment was on public exhibition from 14 August 2021 until 26 September 2021.
Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to provide feedback, we are now reviewing all submissions received.
The proposed changes are detailed in the draft consultation paper and supporting materials. These documents are available below.
The department undertook a strategic assessment in 2020 to extend the boundary of the Employment zone. As part of the assessment, we also considered rezoning other land, including a planned constructed wetland, to Environment zone to reflect the proposed long-term use of the area.
A Consultation Paper outlining the proposed changes was on public exhibition between April and May 2020, 58 responses were received, and after considering feedback, the amendment was made on 10 July 2020.
The Penrith Lakes SEPP was amended to:
You can find more information and all documents related to this amendment on our Planning Portal.
For more information about Penrith Lakes, contact us via our online form.
Page last updated: 27/09/2021