Mosman’s planning controls will be strengthened with changes proposed to Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012 and Mosman Residential Development Control Plan 2012.
Do you currently have a development application being considered by Council, or are you planning to lodge an application soon?
Amendments to Mosman Development Control Plans (DCP) were adopted by Council at its meeting on 3 December 2013 following consideration of submissions received. The amendments relate to the height and setback of buildings, carports, and information to be submitted with a development application for larger or more controversial developments, and were adopted in the form in which the plans were publicly exhibited earlier this year.
More than 30 people attended a public meeting held last night in the Council Chambers about the Spit Junction Masterplan. The meeting, organised by the Mayor, provided the community with an overview of the Masterplan as well as a range of options to be considered for development of the civic centre site. Valuable feedback was received from residents, architects and others who attended, and is being considered as part of the exhibition process.
On 12 November 2013 Council resolved to place two additional options for redevelopment of the Civic Centre site on public exhibition. These options have been developed to retain the existing Council building and Village Green while providing for enhanced library facilities, improvements to Mosman Square, additional public carparking and improved access and some private residential development. Importantly they also provide for staged development to ensure minimal disruption to the site.
Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012
Mosman Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2012 was finalised and approved by the Minister for Planning and Infrastructure in late 2011, and published on the NSW Legislation Website on 9 December 2011. It came into effect on 1 February 2012, and consists of a written instrument and maps.