Previous Development Control Plans

The Botany Bay Development Control Plan 2013 came into effect on 17 December 2013. It applies to all land that the Botany Bay Local Environmental Plan 2013 applies to, except for the following sites:

  • 26 Tupia Street, Botany;
  • 2, 4, 10, 12, 16 and 18 Macintosh Street, Mascot;
  • 862, 864, 866 and 868 Botany Road, Mascot;
  • Lots 1 and 2 in DP.1187426, 128  on Bunnerong Road, Pagewood;
  • Land under State Environmental Planning Policy (Three Ports) 2013.

However, the following Development Control Plans remain extant and apply to land zoned under the Botany Local Environmental Plan 1995

Development Control Plan Name

Summary of Purpose

Where it applies

Status

Development Control Plan No. 24 - Notification of Development Applications, Local Environmental Plans, Development Control Plans & Other Applications 2000 

Identifies the notification requirements for local residents and government bodies regarding development applications.

City of Botany Bay.

Effective from 6th June 2000

Amendment 3 addresses a number of administrative issues

City of Botany Bay

Effective from 30 September 2003

Amendment 4 introduces the requirement for notification and exhibition of Development Applications for places of public entertainment. 

City of Botany Bay

Effective from 2nd March 2004

 

Amendment 5 inserts the exhibition and notification requirements for Local Environmental Plans and Development Control Plans.

City of Botany Bay

Effective 31 August 2004

Development Control Plan No. 25 - Moore and Baker Streets, Banksmeadow 2001

Foster and promote the development of the land that contributes to the economic and employment growth of the area, in accordance with the objectives of Botany LEP 1995.

3-5 Moore Street, Banksmeadow, known as Lot 101, DP 871672, Lot 2 DP 202178, Lot 474 DP 752015 and Lot 1 DP 126867.

Effective from 27 November 2001

Development Control Plan No. 29 - Waste Minimisation and Management Guidelines 2001

Introduce submission and design requirements for Development Demolition and Skip applications.

City of Botany Bay

Effective from 25 September 2001

Development Control Plan No. 30 - Botany/ Randwick Industrial Area Land Use Safety Study 2003

Introduce controls to ensure that the risks associated with the industrial; activities are located in the Banksmeadow area and the transportation of dangerous goods (along routes identified by PlanningNSW) are addressed in the planning and development assessment process.

Applies to land identified in Figure 1 attached to the DCP.

Effective from 4 March 2003

Development Control Plan No. 31 - Pemberton and Wilson Street Precinct 2005

Facilitate the redevelopment of an urban neighbourhood in Botany in a manner that is responsive to the needs of the community, achieves a high quality urban design and provides for a vibrant community by ensuring that urban design, social, economic and environmental issues are addressed in the development process.

Pemberton-Wilson Street Precinct.

Effective from 4 Jan 2005

Development Control Plan No. 32 - Landscape 2003

Provide a consistent and comprehensive framework for landscaping within the City to promote a high standard of landscaping on development sites.

All zones

Effective from 3 December 2003

Development Control Plan No. 33 - Industrial Development 2003

Improve the environment and aesthetic amenity of industrial areas and encourage the efficient operation of businesses.

Applies to industrial development within the Business General 3(a) zone and development in Industrial General 4(a), Mixed Industrial 4(b), Industrial Special 4(c1) and Industrial Special 4(c2) zones in the City of Botany Bay.

Effective from 4th March 2003

 

 

 

Development Control Plan No. 34 - Contaminated Land 2003

Implement Clause 29 of the Botany LEP 1995 to ensure that changes of land use will not increase the risk to health or the environment and avoids inappropriate restrictions on land use.

All zones

Effective from 4th March 2003

Development Control Plan No. 35 - Multi Unit Housing and Residential Flat Building 2004

Elaborate on the residential provisions for Residential 2(b) zoned land contained within Botany LEP 1995 to improve the quality of multi-unit housing and residential flat buildings in the City of Botany Bay. 

Applies to multi-unit housing and residential flat buildings in Residential 2(b) zones and the conversion of industrial sites to multi-unit housing and residential flat buildings in Residential 2(a) and Residential 2(b) zoned land.

Does not apply to land zoned Residential 2(b) by Botany Local Environmental Plan 1995 (Amendment No. 3) - Pemberton-Wilson Street Precinct. The Pemberton-Wilson Street Precinct has its own LEP/DCP controls or to "mixed development" in the General Business 3(a) zone. Mixed Development is addressed in Development Control Plan No. 39 - Commercial Centres.

Effective from 2nd March 2004

Amendment 1 provides changes to Section 3.3.2,  which contains controls on dwelling layout sizes and mix

Effective 31 August 2004

Development Control Panel No. 36 - Daceyville Garden Suburb 2005

Dacey Garden Suburb Report 2002

Protect the heritage significance of Daceyville.

Applies to the suburb of Daceyville.

Effective 12 April 2005

Development Control Plan No. 37 - Heritage Conservation 2004

Provide framework for managing the heritage and conservation of the City of Botany Bay and assist in identifying the Aboriginal, cultural, natural and archaeological and architectural heritage of the City.

City of Botany Bay

Effective from 2 March 2004

Development Control Plan No. 38 - Houses and Ancillary Structures 2004

Provide more details on the residential controls for dwelling houses and ancillary structures than those contained in the Botany Local Environmental Plan 1995.

Applies to:

  • · the development of dwelling houses (detached, semi-detached and terraces);
  • · additions, alterations and extensions to existing houses (detached, semi-detached and terraces); and
  • · the construction of carports, garages and other ancillary buildings relating to the development of houses; and
  • · the construction of hardstand areas.

Does not apply to land:

  • · affected by Development Control Plan No. 45 - Residential Development on Two Former Nurseries in Mascot being land known as the Craigies and Arcadia Nurseries at Mascot; and,
  • · contained within the Daceyville Heritage Conservation Area, as defined by the Botany Local Environmental Plan 1995.

Effective from 2nd March 2004

Development Control Plan No. 40 - Environmental Protection of Wetlands 2004

Protect wetlands and associated vegetation, threatened species and ecological communities in a new open space zone that permits continued use of the land for existing recreation.

Lakes Golf Course, Eastlakes Golf Course, Bonnie Doon Golf Course, Mutch Park, Astrolabe Park (and adjoining land), Mill Pond abutting Wentworth Avenue, the Sydney Water Depot and the "Gardens R Us" Nursery at Gardeners Road, Eastlakes, as well as other affected land which is described in the  plan.

Effective 2 November 2004

Development Control Plan No. 44 - Swimming Pools 2003

Introduce controls so that the aims and objectives any relevant planning instruments can be implemented to provide a document for the assessment of development applications for swimming pools.

City of Botany Bay

Effective from 3 December 2003

Development Control Plan No. 45 - Residential development on two former nursery sites in Mascot 2003

Promote a high standard of development on the subject land with a high quality urban design outcome; to ensure the new dwellings created under the DCP are compatible with the surrounding townscape and provide for the economic and efficient use of the land.

Residential development on land known as the Craigies and Arcadia Nurseries at Mascot.

Lot 1 DP564189; Lot A DP156670; Lot B DP502470; Lots 1 & 2 DP221537; Lot 100 DP853705; Lot 3 and 7 DP32612; Lot A DP102204; Lots X-Y, DP161288; Lot B DP 163976; Lot X DP 163420.

Effective from 3 December 2003

 

Amendment 1 inserts a four metre  rear setback requirement for all new dwellings

Amendment 1 effective from  28 June 2005

Development Control Plan No. 48 - Gardens R Us Site Nursery Site 2005

Implement the objectives of the Botany Local Environmental Plan 1995 to protect the heritage significance of the adjoining golf course and wetlands from inappropriate development and encourage best practice land use planning and environmental design measures 

The Gardens R Us site at Gardeners Road, Mascot

Effective 2 March 2005

Development Control Plan - Access 1996

Guide and encourage designers and developers in the provision of adequate access to all developments for all persons within the Local Government Area.

All zones

Effective from 22 October 1996

Development Control Plan - Aircraft Noise 1998

Provide a means of assessing the effect of aircraft noise on development proposals by establishing an appropriate Australian Noise Exposure Forecast chart that takes into account long term operating procedures and air traffic forecasts at Sydney Airport. The Aircraft Noise DCP was amended in 2001 to include the provisions of the Australian Standard 2021-2000 Acoustics - Aircraft Noise Intrusion, Building Siting and Construction.

All development in the City of Botany Bay within the Top 20 Australian Noise Exposure Forecast Chart contours on the most appropriate chart applicable to the City of Botany Bay, as may be adopted by Council from time to time.

Effective from 3 June 1998.

Amendments effective from 28 August 2001

Revised Chart adopted 19 May 2004

 

Development Control Plan - Amusement Centres 1994

Address amenity issues relating to the operation of amusement centres.

Zone 3(a)

Effective from 8 March 1994

Development Control Plan – BOTANY 1999 - 1365 Botany Road

Provide applicants with the ability to occupy the existing building for shops, professional consulting rooms, offices and refreshment rooms.

Plan specific to 1365 Botany Road, Botany being Lot 1, DP 217275.

Effective from 6 July 1999

Development Control Plan – BOTANY 1999 - 28-40 Lord Street

Permit the occupation and use of the subject land for a mixture of offices, warehousing, distribution and company related conferences and training in addition to the other uses specifically identified in subclause 3 of the table to clause 10 of the Botany Local Environmental Plan 1995 4(b) Mixed Industrial.

Plan specific to Building E at 28-40 Lord Street, Botany, being Lot 1, DP 854374.

Effective from 8 April 1999

Development Control Plan – BOTANY 2000 - 14a Baker Street

Allow for 70 % commercial space associated with industrial warehouse component to permissible industrial uses for buildings 3, 4 and 5.

Plan specific to 14ABaker Street Botany known as Lot 2 DP 861980 and Lot 6 DP 791563.

Effective from 8 February 2000.

Development Control Plan – BOTANY 2000 - 25 Green Street

Allow for the use of the premises for poly urethane pre - polymers chemical laboratory, research and development facility, together with associated warehousing, conference and display areas.

Plan specific to 25 Green Street Botany known as Lot 7 DP 791563)

Effective from 14 March 2000

Development Control Plan - Building Design and Construction 1999

Provide detailed design controls to ensure that development responds to its context and achieves a high quality built environment by considering issues including layout, unit sizes, and living spaces. 

Zones 2(b) 3(a)

Effective from 8 October 2002

Development Control Plan - Container Terminals and Similar Facilities Handling Containers 1997

Establishment of development for the purposes of container terminals, detailing preferred locations that ensure prime use of the railway and main roads outside residential areas within the City of Botany Bay. The amendment deleted Clause 10(d) and inserted additional zones where container-handling facilities are permitted. It also included the insertion of a mapping referenced within the plan.

Zone 4(a) and any development for the purposes of:

  • a container terminal, or
  • a road transport terminal, or
  • a warehouse or distribution centre, or
  • any development which:
  • will (or may) receive or dispatch, by road, more than one maritime container on any one day, or
  • will (or may) entail the storage, in the open air, of more than one maritime container.

Effective from 18 November 1997 with the amendment effective from 2nd March 2004

Development Control Plan – DACEYVILLE 2000 - 26A Bunnerong Road

Allow the subject site to be used as a youth club, including recreational activities, crime prevention workshops, community organisations' meetings, educational, religious, and club administration activities.

26a Bunnerong Road, Daceyville, known as Lots 5188 and 5215 in DP 48211 and Lot 5205 in DP 45681.

Effective from 6th June 2000

Development Control Plan - Extended Public House Trading Hours 1997

Minimise the environmental impact of late night public houses trading on the amenity of surrounding land uses.

Zones 3(a), 4(a), 4(b), 6(a)

Effective from 28 October 1997

Development Control Plan - Energy Efficiency 2000

Promote energy efficient designs and development

All zones

Effective from 13 July 2000

Development Control Plan - Mascot Station Precinct 2001

John Street Mascot Design Guidelines 2009

This plan should be read in conjunction with the Botany Local Environmental Plan 1995 Draft Amendment No.11, which provided the legal framework by which development decisions are made for the Precinct. The plan provides detailed development principles, control and guidelines.

This plan applies to the area known as the Mascot Station Precinct being the area bounded by Gardeners Road, O'Riordan Street, Coward Street and Kent Road, Mascot.

Effective from 2 July 2002

Shape the built form and public domain design of John St to enhance amenity for residents and local businesses.

John Street, Mascot

John Street Guidelines effective from 29 October 2009

Incorporate a number of new and amended provisions to support the ten design quality principles identified in State Environmental Planning Policy No. 65 - Design Quality of Residential Flat Development.

Effective from 13 July 2004

Development Control Plan - Off-street Parking 1993

Provide adequate off-street parking for new and existing developments within the City of Botany Bay.

All zones

Effective from September 1993

Development Control Plan – PAGEWOOD 1998 - 235-237B Bay Street

Provide more detailed provisions for the assessment of development applications. The plan enables additions (including two floor additions) on the land to which this plan applies.

Plan specific to 235,235A, 235B, 237, 237A, 237B, Bay Street, Pagewood, being Lots 1-6, DP 830928.

Effective from 17 December 1998

Development Control Plan - Subdivision No. 7 1999

Subdivision Precinct & Development Controls Map (Version 1) 1999

 

Outline the controls for subdivisions and detail the matters the Council will consider in the assessment of an application for subdivision

All land zoned residential and industrial

Effective from 8 June 1999

Ensure that the plan meets the Council's intentions for the subdivision of land in the City of Botany Bay.

All land zoned residential and industrial

 

Effective from 26th November 2002

Clarify minimum site frontage and lot size standards for industry

All industrial land

Effective from 11th April 2006