PUBLIC EXHIBITION NOTICES
Significant documents and development proposals are placed on public exhibition, providing members of the public with the opportunity to make comment or raise questions.
Public submissions and comments allow Council to incorporate community opinion into final documents or decisions regarding development proposals.
Submissions must be lodged in writing within a specified time, dependent on the significance of the document.
To lodge your submission/comment/objection please mail the document to:
Liverpool City Council
Locked Bag 7064
Liverpool BC NSW 1871
If you choose not to lodge a submission/comment/objection, your views will not be taken into account by Council in relation to this matter. Council or its agents, to process this matter, will use any information that you choose to provide to Council.
Once lodged with Council the information you provide can be accessed by you and may also be available to third parties in accordance with Council's Access to Documents Policy.
HAVE YOUR SAY: GROWING LIVERPOOL 2023 – DRAFT COMMUNITY STRATEGIC PLAN,
DELIVERY PROGRAM AND OPERATIONAL PLAN.
Members of the community are invited to provide feedback on the draft Growing Liverpool 2023 Community Strategic Plan, the 2013 – 2017 Delivery Program and 2013 – 2014 Operational Plan.
10-year Community Strategic Plan
The Growing Liverpool 2023 - Community Strategic Plan is Council’s highest level plan. The plan identifies seven strategic directions which have been developed following an in-depth and ongoing community consultation process. Each direction includes a number of strategies that need to be delivered in order to achieve the community’s vision for a vibrant regional city of opportunity, prosperity and diversity.
Four Year Delivery Program 2013 - 2017
The Delivery Program is a statement of commitment to the community from each newly elected Council for their term in office. The Delivery Program is where the directions and strategies in the 10-year Growing Liverpool 2023 Community Strategic Plan are translated into actions. It outlines the principal activities and significant projects that Council will deliver over the next four years.
One Year Operational Plan 2013 – 2014
The Operational Plan is developed each year. It describes the specific actions that Council will undertake. The Operational Plan allocates responsibility and provides a detailed budget for each year. It also includes the Statement of Revenue Policy which outlines the proposed fees and charges for Council services in the coming year.
Members of the community are encouraged to have input into the Community Strategic Plan, Delivery Program and Operational Plan. Hard copies of the Plan are available at Council’s Administration Centre (Level 2, 33 Moore Street), all of Liverpool’s libraries or by contact Council’s Corporate Planning Team on 9821 9233.
Submissions should quote reference number 2011/6207. You can provide your feedback in writing to:
The General Manager
Liverpool City Council
Locked Bag 7064
Liverpool BC NSW 1871
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Wednesday 29 May 2013.
- Draft-Growing-Liverpool-2023-Community-Strategic-Plan.pdf 02 May 2013 (6.3 MB)
- Draft-2013-2017-Delivery-Program-and-2013-2014-Operational-Plan.pdf 02 May 2013 (3.3 MB)
- Draft-Statement-of-Revenue-Policy-2013-2014-Including-proposed-fees-and-charges.pdf 02 May 2013 (2.7 MB)
- Feedback-form-Community-Strategic-Plan.pdf 03 May 2013 (228.9 KB)
- Feedback-form-Delivery-Program-and-Operational-Plan.pdf 02 May 2013 (136.5 KB)
CODE OF MEETING PRACTICE
ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION
Council resolved at its meeting on Wednesday 24 April 2013 to place on public exhibition amendments to the Code of Meeting Practice for a period of 28 days. The draft Code containing the proposed amendments is on exhibition from Wednesday 8 May 2013 to Wednesday 5 June 2013 for the purpose of obtaining community feedback on the proposed amendments to clause 18 (Official (Mayoral) minutes):
- By deleting clause 18(1).
- By removing all words after "Mayor" in clause 18(4).
Copies of the Code of Meeting Practice, containing the proposed amendments, are available at Council's Customer Service Centre, 2nd floor, 33 Moore Street Liverpool, at Liverpool City Library (170 George Street), at all Liverpool branch libraries and on Council's website (www.liverpool.nsw.gov.au).
Submissions will be received by Council up to 5pm Wednesday 19 June 2013 and must be addressed to the General Manager quoting 2012/0124 and either posted to Reply Paid 66322, Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871, or faxed to 9821 9233 or emailed to email@example.com.
The draft Code of Meeting Practice can be downloaded.
Exhibition of Deed of Variation New Brighton Golf Course
between Liverpool City Council and New Brighton Golf Club Pty Ltd and Mirvac
(Section 93G of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and Section 25D of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000)
As part of the rezoning of the New Brighton Golf Course, Council executed a Voluntary Planning Agreement which detailed items required to be provided by the developer in conjunction with the development of that land. The executed Planning Agreement facilitates the collection of monetary contributions, shared pedestrian cycleways, land dedication and the rehabilitation of existing vegetation which provide environmental, social and recreational benefits to the community.
Through further workings with the Planning Agreement, development of subdivision applications and difficulty registering the Planning Agreement, it is proposed that a number of minor administrative amendments are made to the document. The proposed changes do not amend the Schedule of Works, Land Dedication or Monetary Contributions as outlined in the endorsed planning agreement.
The Proposed Changes are outlined below:
• The inclusion of Lot 102 DP1070029, Lot 47 DP 1107187, Lot 22 DP 733092 and Lot 23 DP 733092 into Schedule 1 (Land to which this applies);
• Removal of Annexure 1 Deposited Plans (as per Council's solicitor recommendations);
• Amend Schedule 2 Defined Terms and Interpretation to read Public Recreation Land - means that part of the Land zoned RE1 (Public Recreation);
• Make a number of minor grammatical changes to further clarify the document.
A copy of the draft Deed of Variation to the Planning Agreement and supporting documentation will be on public exhibition from 8 May 2013 to close of business 5 June 2013. The relevant information is available to download here or can be viewed at the following locations:
Liverpool City Council
Level 2, 33 Moore St, Liverpool
Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm
(public holidays excluded) Customer Service Counter
Liverpool City Library, George St, Liverpool
Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.30pm
Saturday – 9.00am – 12.00pm
(public holidays excluded)
Written submissions concerning the draft Deed of Variation to the VPA are invited and should be addressed to the General Manager and received by the undersigned (quoting File No 2013/0425) by close of business on 5 June 2013.
Any enquiries regarding the draft Variation to the Planning Agreement can be directed to Murray Wilson on 9821 9569.
Farooq Portelli, General Manager
Liverpool City Council,
Locked Bag 7064
Liverpool BC NSW 1871
Draft Community Safety and Crime Prevention Strategy 2013-2017
Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting the draft Community Safety and Crime Prevention Strategy 2013-2017. The draft Strategy provides our community with a plan to address the key crime and safety priorities affecting residents of Liverpool.
The Community Safety and Crime Prevention Strategy 2013-2017 is a five year strategy and action plan. It identifies key projects and programs that Council will deliver in partnership with stakeholders to improve safety and reduce crime in the Liverpool area.
Have Your Say
Written Submissions concerning the draft Strategy are invited and should be addressed to and received by The Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871 (quoting reference number 2012/1332 ) by close of business on Wednesday 5 June 2013.
Copies of the documents are available from Council’s Administration Centre (Level 2, 33 Moore Street), Council’s Customer Service Centre at Liverpool City Library (170 George Street) and can be downloaded here.
For further information please contact Council’s Community Development Worker (Community Safety) on 9821 7793 during business hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org
EXHIBITION OF DRAFT RURAL LANDS STUDY 2012
DRAFT LIVERPOOL LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN 2008 – AMENDMENT NO. 28 AND LIVERPOOL DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN 2008 – AMENDMENT NO. 9
Section 56 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979 AND Clause 18 of the EP&A Regulation 2000
The draft Liverpool Rural Lands Study (RLS) 2012 seeks to provide a broad strategic document which details the development opportunities and constraints of Liverpool's rural lands. In formulating recommendations, the Study considers the need to balance competing interests including the pressure for additional housing, the supply of fresh produce and natural resources, landowners seeking to develop for non-rural uses and the protection of scenic qualities and character.
The recommendations contained within the RLS will be implemented through various means including amendments to the Liverpool Local Environmental Plan (Liverpool LEP) 2008 and the Liverpool Development Control Plan (Liverpool DCP) 2008.
The draft RLS 2012 encompasses the following suburbs within the Liverpool local government area;
- Denham Court
- Cecil Park
- Kemps Creek
- Badgerys Creek
The intent of the draft RLS 2012 is to:
- Update elements of the 2007 Rural Lands Study including progress made in relation to the South West Growth Centre.
- Provide clarification of the transition of land use zones and planning controls from the Liverpool LEP 1997 to Liverpool LEP 2008.
- Consider emerging pressures affecting Liverpool's rural areas including urban development.
- Identify the role of Liverpool's rural areas in the provision of fresh produce, rural industry and other rural production.
- Recognise the value of rural character and provide a suburb-by-suburb profile and assessment of attributes, constraints and opportunities
- Justify the proposed amendments to the Liverpool LEP 2008 and Liverpool DCP 2008 in relation to dual occupancies and land use zoning.
The Liverpool Rural Lands Study 2012, draft Amendment No.28 to Liverpool LEP 2008 and draft Amendment No.9 to Liverpool DCP 2008 is available for comment from 6 February 2013 to 10 April 2013. Written submissions concerning the draft plans are invited from the public and should be addressed to the General Manager and received by close of business on 10 April 2013 (quoting File No. 2012/1606).
The lodging of a submission is voluntary. Any information that you choose to provide to Council will be used by Council or its agents to process this matter. Once lodged with Council, the information you provide can be accessed by you and may also be available to third parties in accordance with Council' s Access to Documents Policy.
- Correspondence-from-Planning-and-~-planning-proposal-to-amend-the-Liverpool-Local-Environmental-Plan-2008.pdf 02 May 2013 (3.0 MB)
- Coucnil-resolution-RLS-20-August-2012.pdf 02 May 2013 (33.4 KB)
- Rural-Lands-Study-Council-report-20-August-2012.pdf 02 May 2013 (2.6 MB)
- Draft-DCP-Amendment-9-Rural-Lands-Study.pdf 02 May 2013 (93.0 KB)
- Planning-Proposal-updated-post-authority-consultation-and-for-public-exhibition.pdf 02 May 2013 (822.8 KB)
- Draft-Rural-Lands-Study-2012-Exhibition-version-February-2013.pdf 02 May 2013 (2.1 MB)
For more information
If you would like more information, please contact:
Tel: 9821 9124