Coronation Property Co P/L (t/a Shepherd Street Developments P/L) lodged a planning proposal in September 2015 for 20, 28, 31 and 33 Shepherd Street, Liverpool. They modified the proposal in March 2016 to also include 26 and 32 Shepherd Street. The proposal was modified to reduce the densities,
building height and floor space ratios sought.
Date of Execution
8 November 2017
The planning agreement will be a key part of providing direct access to the Georges River, which seeks to activate the foreshore area and deliver on Liverpool's River City status. The planning agreement will unlock access constraints on and around the Liverpool City Centre and will not only provide
major public benefits but be a catalyst to deliver on Liverpool Council's vision to become a river city. Providing a high quality residential development that will incorporate excellent residential amenity and protects the amenity of the residents of future surrounding development.
A. On 28 June 2016, the Developer made a development application to the Council for development consent to carry out the development on the land.
B. That development application was accompanied by an offer by the Developer to enter into this agreement to make contributions for public purposes if development consent is granted.
Date of Execution
19 May 2017
To encourage the proper management, development and conservation of natural and artificial resources, including agricultural land, natural areas, forests, minerals, water, cities, towns and villages for the purpose of promoting the social and economic welfare of the community and a better environment.
Carry out the program of works for soil remediation, weed control, regeneration, re-vegetation for all Designated Land
Widen Governor Macquarie Drive to two lanes in each direction between the entrance to the Coopers Paddock Site and a new entrance into the Australian Turf Club Site near the existing Old Tote Stand
Provision of the following works to both carriageways of Governor Macquarie Drive; Lighting, Kerb and Guttering, and median strip
Construction of two new intersections at the Coopers Paddock and Governor Macquarie Drive intersection and proposed car park entrance
Bike/pedestrian path - Construction of shared path adjacent to Governor Macquarie Drive, running from the existing cycle path near the William Long Bridge to the Hume Highway
Bike/pedestrian path – including the construction of shared path within the Dedicated Land along the foreshore and within the Industrial land and the construction of a shared path from Munday Street to Warwick Farm Railway Station
Dedication of Public Recreation and Environmental Conservation land
Dedication of Road Reservation - Governor Macquarie Drive
Bike/pedestrian path - within the Georges River Foreshore land to be dedicated to Council
Bike/pedestrian path - linking between the Georges River Foreshore and residential land along the northern boundary of Lot 103 DP 1070029 to Brickmakers Drive
Riparian planting within the public recreation land along the foreshore (in accordance with an approved vegetation management plan) and adjacent to cycleway links and golf course land
Bike/pedestrian path - within the residential area in accordance with figure 5 of the Development Control Plan
Landscaping and recreational facilities provided on Lot 1 within the Community Scheme established as part of the development comprising community swimming pool, mixed use court, cabana and meeting place, seating and BBQ's
Preparation of a Vegetation Management Plan to the satisfaction of Council which defines offsets required
Construction of a perimeter fence around the basin located on the southern boundary of Lot 2210 DP 1090818
Reconstruction of Cantello Reserve Dog Park within Cantello Reserve
Public access to Georges River Foreshore and Cantello Reserve - Construction of 8 metre wide access and easement to enable the public to traverse under the M5 Motorway
Local drainage facilities - installation of 2 Gross Pollutant Traps
The Developer is the registered proprietor of the Land.
In March 2015, the Developer lodged the Initial Planning Proposal with Council.
On 18 November 2016, the Department of Planning and Environment determined the planning proposal should proceed, subject to the conditions in the Gateway Determination.
The Updated Planning Proposal was lodged with Council in February 2017 in accordance with the Gateway Determination.
If the Instrument Change occurs, any development subsequently carried out is likely to increase the demand for the provision of public facilities.
As a consequence of the matters set out above, the Developer has offered to provide the Development Contributions on, and subject to, the terms set out in this Planning Agreement if the Instrument Change occurs.
Date of Execution
25 May 2018
Roadworks which will include the rehabilitation of the road surface and construction of a pedestrian access on the Homepride Avenue Land as shown in Annexure 2.
Roadworks which will include:
(a) Construction of a 90 metre long left turn slip lane on the north approach to the signalised intersection of Orange Grove Road and Viscount Place. Any land components required for the provision of the slip lane will be dedicated to RMS by the Developer as public road at no cost to RMS; and
(b) Extend dual right turn lanes on the south approach to 120 (adjacent median) and 180 metres (adjacent through lane); and (note - the above road works shall be designed and constructed in accordance with Austroads and RMS)
A geometric road design concept plan of the roadworks outlined in this Item of Work below 9on either a scaled aerial photograph and/or survey plan.
Roadworks which will include an extension of the existing right turn storage bay on the east approach to Homepride Avenue within the constraints of the existing Hume Highway corridor.