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Hurstville Civic Precinct Masterplan
The Hurstville Civic Precinct, which is bound by Queens Road, Park Road, McMahon Street and Barrett Road, has been identified as a strategic site for new community facilities, Council chambers and offices, public open spaces, car parking, and residential and commercial office space.

The draft Masterplan sets out a vision for the redevelopment of the current Civic Precinct site and aims to revitalise the area by transforming it into a vibrant, culturally significant and inviting place for people to live, work and interact.

The vision of the Masterplan is to:

  • Set a new future direction for the Hurstville Civic Precinct

  • Showcase Hurstville as a vibrant place to work, shop and live

  • Reinforce Hurstville’s status as a strategic centre for Sydney

  • Create a series of civic squares, community facilities, parks, commercial and residential infrastructure.

The proposed redevelopment aims to rationalise the current civic facilities, while also improving them through the creation of new facilities and public open space.

To facilitate the Civic Precinct Masterplan, a Planning Proposal has been submitted which seeks to amend the zone, building height, floor space ratio and heritage listing that applies to the site under the Hurstville Local Environmental Plan 2012.

Planning Proposal
Appendix A - Site Survey Plan
Appendix B - Masterplan and Urban Design Report
Appendix C - Proposed LEP Maps
Appendix D - Heritage Impact Assessment​
Appendix E - Transport Impact Assessment​
Appendix F - Community Consultation Outcomes Report

Consultation

Prior to the preparation of the Masterplan and Planning Proposal for the site, significant community consultation and stakeholder engagement was undertaken to determine the community and stakeholder needs for the site and establish a vision for the redevelopment of the site that aligns with community expectations. 


Local Planning Panel

The Planning Proposal and the Masterplan were considered by the Georges River Local Planning Panel on 4 April 2019. The Panel formed the view that the Planning Proposal has strategic merit as it gives effect to the various planning priorities of the NSW Government's South District Plan and to the Hurstville City Centre Urban Design Strategy of May 2018. A copy of the report to the Local Planning Panel and to the minutes can be accessed via Council's website

Next Steps

The Planning Proposal and the Local Planning Panel's recommendation will now be reported to a future Council Meeting seeking a resolution of the Council to forward the Planning Proposal for a Gateway Determination under Section 3.34 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. 


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