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Local Environmental Plans

A Local Environmental Plan (LEP) is a legal document which controls land use and development in a local government area. A LEP contains information such as land use zones, building heights, heritage items and local conditions, such as landscaping.

The following LEPs currently apply:

LEP

Area

Hurstville Local Environmental Plan (HLEP) 2012

Applies to the Hurstville, Mortdale and Peakhurst Wards, as per the HLEP 2012 Land Application Map.

View a list of gazetted amendments to the HLEP 2012.

Hurstville Local Environmental Plan (HLEP) 1994

Applies to the Hurstville City Centre sites which have been identified as ‘deferred matters’ on the HLEP 2012 Land Application Map.

The deferred matters include certain land in the Hurstville Civic Precinct, Treacy Street car park and the Westfield site.

Kogarah Local Environmental Plan (KLEP) 2012

Applies to the Kogarah Bay and Blakehurst Wards, as per the KLEP 2012 Land Application Map.

View a list of gazetted amendments to the KLEP 2012.

For information on the planning controls affecting your property, please visit the NSW Planning Portal.

Draft Georges River Local Environmental Plan 2020 (GRLEP 2020)

We have prepared the draft Georges River Local Environmental Plan 2020 (GRLEP 2020) which will replace the existing Kogarah and Hurstville LEPs. The GRLEP 2020 will make sure that:

The Planning Proposal for the GRLEP 2020 is currently with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment for gazettal.


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