Executed Planning Agreements

Council’s Policy on Planning Agreements

The Georges River Council Policy on Planning Agreements (2016) became effective on 10 August, 2016. The Policy was adopted by the Council at its Meeting on 1 August, 2016.

View the Georges River Council Policy on Planning Agreements.


Register of Planning Agreements

Clause 25F of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation requires Council to keep a register of all planning agreements. Below is a list of planning agreements with Georges River Council that are currently on notification, finalisation or executed for public view.

Notification | Finalisation | Executed


Below is a list of executed planning agreements:

  • Planning Agreement for 1-5 Treacy Street and 1 Hill Street, Hurstville

    Published: 14/03/2016

    Planning Agreement between GR Capital Group Pty Ltd and Georges River Council (Hurstville Ward)

    Address of the land: 1-5 Treacy Street and 1 Hill Street, Hurstville
    Developer: GR Capital Group Pty Limited
  • Planning Agreement for 93 Forest Road, Hurstville (East Quarter Site)

    Published: 13/12/2011

    Planning Agreement between East Quarter Hurstville Pty Limited and Georges River Council (Hurstville Ward)

    Address of the land: 93 Forest Road, Hurstville NSW
    Developer: East Quarter Hurstville Pty Limited
  • Planning Agreement for East Quarter Stage 3 - 93-103 Forest Road, Hurstville

    Published: 15/06/2017

    The Council entered into a Planning Agreement pursuant to section 93F of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 with Hville FCP Pty Ltd and East Quarter Pty Ltd on 15 June 2017. The Planning Agreement applies to Stage 3 of the East Quarter development at 93-103 Forest Road, Hurstville and relates to an amendment to Hurstville LEP 2012 (Planning Proposal 2014/0002) and Development Consent (DA2014/1083).

     

  • Planning Agreement for Nos 12-22 Woniora Road, Hurstville referring to DA2015/191

    Published: 01/06/2016

    The Developer has offered to enter into this Planning Agreement with the Council to carry out the Developer's works, to dedicate to Council the Dedicated Land, transfer to Council the Transferred Land, provide to Council the Public Benefits and pay the Developer's Contribution.
  • Voluntary Planning Agreement for 6 Cross Street, Hurstville

    Published: 26/03/2018

    Georges River Council entered into a Planning Agreement pursuant to section 93F of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 with Illawarra Catholic Club Ltd on 20/3/2018. The VPA relates to the carrying out of the Development of the Land and requires the Developer to make a monetary contribution to Council of $976,147 towards public infrastructure in the Hurstville City Centre including the embellishment of the Central Plaza and upgrade of the local road network.
  • Voluntary Planning Agreement for 12-22 Woniora Road, Hurstville referring to DA2016/154

    Published: 02/05/2018

    Georges River Council entered into a Planning Agreement pursuant to section 7.4 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 with Combined Projects (Hurstville) Pty Limited on 18 April 2018. The VPA relates to the carrying out of the Development of the Land and requires the Developer to make a monetary contribution to Council of $1,000,000 towards public infrastructure improvements within the Hurstville City Centre.
  • Voluntary Planning Agreement for 108, 112 and 124 Forest Road and 1 and 3 Wright Street, Hurstville

    Published: 26/03/2018

    Georges River Council entered into a Planning Agreement pursuant to section 93F of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 with Shanghai Lihua Hurstville Pty Ltd and SLH 108 Pty Ltd on 26/3/2018.

    The Voluntary Planning Agreement relates to the carrying out of the Development of the Land and requires the Developer to provide Land Dedication to Council for the purpose of widening Forest Road to facilitate traffic movement on Forest Road; and make a monetary contribution to Council of $3,775,750 to Council for the purpose of the provision of public infrastructure, amenities and services within the Hurstville City Centre that may include possible future road works, and obtaining relevant studies, and payment of consultants fees.