The Local Environmental Plan is a legal instrument that imposes standards to control development and advertising, reserve land for public purposes and protect trees and vegetation.
A Development Control Plan is a document that supports the Local Environmental Plans with more detailed planning and design guidelines.
Council has two S94 Plans. The plans allow Council to seek contributions from development towards the cost of facilities or infrastructure that are required by the community because of development.
The Botany Bay Planning Strategy 2031 addresses the NSW Government's Draft East Subregional Strategy dwelling and job targets and provides a framework for growth and development to 2031.
The purpose of the study was to translate recommendations of the Botany Bay Planning Strategy 2031 into Local Environmental Plan standards and urban design controls for the City of Botany Bay.
Prepared to assess the cumulative traffic and transportimpacts of development options to achieve State Government employment and housing targets.
Provides the urban design framework for the Mascot Town Centre Precinct, aiming to balance residential and employment land use and capitalise on open space and public transport accessibility.