Hurstville City Centre Planning Controls

Council has a number of key plans which guide planning decisions in the Hurstville City Centre. The plans have been informed by the principles in the Hurstville City Centre Urban Design Strategy and other studies listed below.

The plans also strengthen the City Centre’s position as a Strategic Centre, in line with objectives, actions and planning priorities in the NSW Government’s Greater Sydney Region Plan – A Metropolis of Three Cities and South District Plan.
 

Plans 

Description

Hurstville Local Environmental Plan 2012

Applies to Hurstville City Centre, however excludes the 'deferred matters' as shown on the Land Application Map

Hurstville Development Control Plan No.2 – Hurstville City Centre (Amendment No.7)
Table of Contents
Section 1 - Introduction
Section 2 - Application Process
Section 3 - Strategic Context
Section 4 - City Centre Precincts
Section 5 - Controls for Residential, Commercial and Mixed Use
Section 6 - Site Planning Considerations
Section 7 - Controls for Other Development Types
Section 8 - Controls for Specific Sites and Locations
Appendix 1
Appendix 2 - Council Codes and Policies
 

Applies to Hurstville City Centre, excluding land identified as ‘deferred matters’ on the Land Application Map of HLEP 2012 shown on the Land Application Map

Hurstville Local Environmental Plan 1994

Applies to 'deferred matters' only as shown on the Land Application Map of HLEP 2012.

Hurstville Development Control Plan No 2 – Hurstville City Centre (Amendment No. 5) 

Applies to 'deferred matters' only as shown on the Land Application Map of HLEP 2012.The deferred matters include certain land in the Hurstville Civic Precinct, Treacy Street car park and the Westfield site.

Hurstville City Centre Transport Management and Accessibility Plan (TMAP) 2013

The TMAP is used to inform future planning controls and will ensure that a coordinated and efficient approach is taken in the planning of land use, managing the environment, and investing in transport infrastructure.

Hurstville Public Domain Plan 2007

Provides an overall framework for enhancement and redevelopment of the city centre.

 

Additional information


Hurstville City Centre Urban Design Strategy
Hurstville City Centre Forecasting Study, 2007
Hurstville City Centre Urban Form Study, 2007
Hurstville City Centre Traffic Study, 2007
Review of Heritage Items within Commercial Centres, 2007
Hurstville City Centre Parking Rate Review, 2009
 

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