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Planning Proposals

A Planning Proposal is a document which requests changes to Council’s Local Environmental Plan and may include a rezoning request or a request to increase the height or density of a proposed building. Planning Proposals can be initiated by either Council or a private applicant.

Prior to submitting your Planning Proposal we recommend you arrange a meeting with our Strategic Planning team. This can be arranged by contacting Council.

Further information on Planning Proposals in the Georges River area are outlined in the documents below:

Planning Proposal Application Form

Final Planning Proposal Fact Sheet

Planning Proposal Fees and Charges
 

Disclosure Requirements

Gifts and donations given to either Georges River Councillors including their political party or elected group, or to employees or approved contractors of Georges River Council, must be disclosed by law when you lodge a Planning Proposal or a public submission objecting to or in support of a Planning Proposal.

Further information on requirements relating to Political Disclosures is available on the Disclosing Political Gifts and Donations webpage.

Useful Links

Guide to preparing Planning Proposals
Guidance for merged councils on planning functions 
The Gateway process
Sydney South Planning Panel

Learn more details of the current planning proposals before Council and their status is provided in the table below:
 

  Ward Site and Applicant Planning Proposal Request Status (as at September 2017) Links to Further Information
1 Hurstville 108, 112, and 124 Forest Road and 1-3 Wright Street, Hurstville

Applicant: Tony Polvere
Rezone part of site to B4 Mixed Use, increase building height and FSR under Hurstville LEP 2012 The Planning proposal has been exhibited Under assessment and due to be reported to Council. Link to NSW Government’s LEPs Online - website
2 Hurstville 29-31 MacMahon Street, Hurstville

Applicant: KPoint Investments Pty Limited
Amendment to increase building height and FSR under Hurstville LEP 2012
 
Lodged with Department of Planning and Environment for final assessment Link to NSW Government’s LEPs Online - website
3 Hurstville Hurstville Civic Precinct Site as bound by MacMahon Street, Park Road, Queens Road and Dora Street (including 4-6 Dora Street, Hurstville)

Applicant: Georges River Council
 
Rezone part of site to B4 Mixed Use, increase building height and FSR, new local provision for Hurstville Civic Precinct to restrict maximum amount of residential and retail floorspace on site,  new key sites map to identify extent of Hurstville Civic Centre Precinct, include ‘Hurstville Civic Precinct Masterplan’ under Hurstville LEP. Extension to Gateway Determination granted to 10 March 2018.

Under independent review. Amended concept plans to be lodged.
 
4 Hurstville Hurstville Westfield as bound by Cross Street, Park Road, The Avenue and Humphreys Lane (part)

Applicant: Westfield


 
Rezone to B4 Mixed Use, increase height and FSR under Hurstville LEP Extension to Gateway Determination granted to 10 March 2018.
Under independent review. Amended concept plans to be lodged.
 
5 Hurstville 37-41 Treacy Street, Hurstville (Treacy Street carpark)

Applicant: Georges River Council
Rezone the site from 3(b) City Centre (under LEP1994) to B4 Mixed Use and increase the height and FSR. Gateway Determination issued.
Next step: public exhibition.
 
Link to NSW Government’s LEPs Online - website
6 Hurstville 53-75 Forest Rd, 108-126 Durham Street and 9 Roberts Lane, Hurstville

Applicant: Nigel Dickson, Dickson Rothschild
Rezone 1.4 ha of land from IN2 Light Industrial to B4 Mixed Use, increase height and FSR, introduce FSR bonus incentive for “hotel and motel accommodation” (part of site) and minimum non- residential floor space clause under Hurstville LEP 2012. Gateway Determination issued.
Next step: public exhibition.
 
Link to NSW Government’s LEPs Online - website
7 Hurstville 9 Gloucester Road, Hurstville

Applicant: Great Tang Brothers Pty Ltd
Increase building height and FSR under Hurstville LEP 2012 Amended concept plans and reports to be lodged.  
8 Kogarah Bay 73 Vista Street, Sans Souci

Applicant: Nanevski Developments
Rezone from W2 – Recreational Waterways to R2 – Low Density Residential, amend foreshore building line, amend Schedule 1 of Kogarah LEP 2012 to allow additional height and FSR for Seniors Housing developments. Refused by Council on 23 October 2017. Council Meeting Agendas Link
9 Kogarah Bay 193 – 195 Rocky Point Road, 2-6 Targo Road and 66 – 68 Ramsgate Road, Ramsgate.
(Ramsgate Centre)


Applicant:  Design and Building Group Pty Ltd
Rezone land to B2 Local Centre and increase maximum building height and floor space ratio  under Kogarah LEP 2012 Awaiting submission of an amended PP from applicant.  
10 Mortdale No. 84D Roberts Road, Mortdale

Applicant: Urbis
Amend Schedule 1 of Hurstville LEP 2012 to permit uses of retail premises, bulky goods premises, medical centres and child care centres by way of a Schedule 1 Amendment to Hurstville LEP 2012. Referred for Gateway Determination.  
11 Peakhurst No. 12-14 Pindari Road, Peakhurst Heights

Applicant: Capital Syndications Pty Ltd
Rezone from SP2 - Infrastructure ‘special purpose church’ to R2 Low density residential zone.

FSR 1:1 and height 9m
Next Step: Council’s Independent Hearing & Assessment Panel.  
12 Peakhurst Former Oatley Bowling Club Site, River Road, Oatley

Applicant: Georges River Council
Rezone from RE1 Public Recreation to SP2 Infrastructure (Residential Care Facility) and community facility, increase height and FSR under Hurstville LEP Planning proposal returned to council for further information to be prepared and lodged with Council.  
13 Peakhurst Part of 34 Coreen Avenue, Peakhurst

Applicant: Georges River Council
Reclassification of part of land from community to operational land Gazetted 29/09/2017 – HLEP Amendment No. 11 Link to NSW Government’s LEPs Online - website
14 Peakhurst No.18B Lime Kiln Road, Lugarno
(Taylor’s Reserve)


Applicant: Georges River Council
Reclassification of land from ‘community’ to ‘operational’

To facilitate the creation of a legal restriction on the title of the land for a right of carriageway and create an appropriate statutory framework which best reflects the on-ground situation in terms of public and private access to, and use of, the land.
Gateway Determination received.

On Public Exhibition 15/11/2017 to 13/12/2017
Public hearing to be held.
Link to NSW Government’s LEPs Online - website
15 Hurstville, Mortdale and Peakhurst Various commercial centres

Applicant: Georges River Council
Amendment to minimum non- residential floor space clause 4.4A and Active Street Frontage maps (Clause 6.6) of Hurstville LEP 2012 Gazetted – 17/11/2017
HLEP Amendment No. 9
Link to NSW Government’s LEPs Online - website
16 Blakehurst 472-474 Princes Highway, Blakehurst

Applicant:
Phoenix Builders Pty Ltd
Increase height and FSR, reduce Foreshore Building Line and amend Schedule 1 of Kogarah LEP 2012 to permit a cafĂ© Under assessment  
17 Hurstville 53A and 59A Gloucester Road, Hurstville

Applicant: Regis Aged care Pty Ltd
Provide for residential aged care development to be permitted with consent on the site. Increase maximum height of buildings to 13.6m and increase FSR to 1.63:1. Under assessment  

 


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