A planning proposal is the means by which an amendment to Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012 may be made. These are prepared by Council and submitted to the Department of Planning and Environment for approval to exhibit.
There are a number of planning proposals currently being prepared by the Urban Planning team:
- A planning proposal to correct an error in the heritage listing of Item I291 ‘Group of Shops’ (shown above) was submitted on 24 July to the NSW Department of Planning and Environment (DP&E) for approval to exhibit. Gateway approval was given on 26 August 2015 and public exhibition of this planning proposal is likely to occur shortly.
- The planning proposal to rezone 16 bushland sites from RE1 to E2 is currently being prepared. Once prepared, this will be submitted to DP&E for approval to exhibit. This is likely to happen in early September. For more information, check out the Mosman Planning blog.
- A planning proposal to amend the listing of archaeological sites is being prepared. An archaeological study has been completed and this will inform the planning proposal. This is likely to be submitted to DP&E later in the year.
The Mosman Planning website is updated regularly with information about current planning proposals. Alternatively, you can check out the Local Plan Making Tracking System which is updated by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment.