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Draft North District Plan on Exhibition

The Greater Sydney Commission (GSC) is a new agency created by the State Government. The GSC are responsible for implementing the State’s metropolitan plan, A Plan for Growing Sydney and developing District Plans for Sydney’s six districts. Mosman is located within the North district. A draft North District Plan, developed by the GSC, is now on .. read more

Middle Head Draft Plans

The Harbour Trust and National Parks and Wildlife Service manage adjoining lands at Middle Head as public parkland and are coordinating planning and community consultation. The Sydney Harbour Federation Trust is exhibiting a draft amendment to its Management Plan for Middle Head in Mosman – visit www.harbourtrust.gov.au The National Parks and Wildlife Service are simultaneously .. read more

Draft Plans on Exhibition – Late October Update

A number of draft plans are on exhibition or about to go on exhibition. These plans have potential impacts on Mosman. Draft Mosman Section 94A Development Contributions Plan 2016 – Exhibition period closes Friday 21 October 2016 Future of Middle Head – Early Feedback and Future Consultation – A draft management plan for Middle Head is currently being prepared by the .. read more

Draft Section 94A Development Contributions Plan 2016

Council has resolved to exhibit a draft Section 94A Development Contributions Plan 2016 to replace the current Section 94A Development Contributions Plan 2012. Section 94A Contributions are payments made by persons undertaking development work to help fund the provision of public facilities. The draft S.94A Plan maintains the same level of contributions as the previous .. read more

On August 29th, 2016, posted in: Uncategorized by Tags:

Draft North District Plan on exhibition soon

Draft District Plans being prepared The Greater Sydney Commission (GSC) is currently preparing district plans for Sydney.  The district plans will set out how the NSW Government’s metropolitan plan, A Plan for Growing Sydney, will apply to local areas, and will: Influence the delivery of housing supply Inform and influence the planning for business activity .. read more

On August 18th, 2016, posted in: Planning News by Tags: ,

What’s Happening in Urban Planning? August 2016

The August edition of “What’s on in Urban Planning” is out, providing an update on the latest occurring in Mosman against a backdrop of major State Government reforms and infrastructure projects. Find out more about Urban Planning in Mosman in the August 2016 edition of our newsletter: What’s Happening in Urban Planning?  August 2016

On August 5th, 2016, posted in: Planning News, Uncategorized by

We are now accepting Mosman Heritage Fund applications!

Heritage Fund applications for the 2016/17 financial year are now open. Council can offer small dollar for dollar grants of up to $3000 per Heritage Item and up to $1000 for properties located within a Heritage Conservation Area under the Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012. If you are considering applying for the Mosman Heritage Fund .. read more

On July 1st, 2016, posted in: Heritage by Tags: ,

An amendment to Mosman LEP 2012 has been published on the NSW Legislation website

What has changed? This amendment revises the LEP in respect of archaeological sites by In Schedule 5 Environmental heritage: clearly identifying the location of archaeological sites to ensure their conservation and transparency of information omitting some archaeological sites found to have no heritage significance combining the listings of some sites which had been duplicated On the .. read more

Draft Changes to Housing Code on Exhibition. Have your Say

Today, the Department of Planning and Environment announced draft changes to the Housing Code. This will be on Exhibition until August 12 2016. Mosman Planning will be reviewing the material and will provide feedback in due course. Click Here for more information

Middle Head’s Future – Submissions Close Tuesday Night (21/6)

Deadline for Submissions Extended to 21 June 2016 The Harbour Trust and the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) manage adjoining lands at Middle Head as public parkland. The Harbour Trust is reviewing its current Management Plan for its land at Middle Head, which will lead to the preparation of a draft amendment to .. read more