Public Exhibitions and Notices

Council gives notice or places on public exhibition important policies, documents, and development proposals and applications in accordance with legal requirements and resolutions of Council.

These items:

  • provide members of the public with information on important matters; and
  • allow members of the public to provide feedback before final decisions are made.

Public exhibitions and notices are listed below and development applications are listed on our ePlanning portal...

Submissions

If you wish to lodge a submission, comment or objection about a matter currently on public exhibition or that is the subject of a public notice, Council must receive it before the expiry of the exhibition or notice period. Please quote Council's reference number in your correspondence.

Written submissions are to be addressed to the CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or emailed to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Submissions on exhibited Planning Proposals can also be made online through the Planning Proposal Submission Form.

Current Road Openings and Closures

Council has recognised that ease of traffic movement is important to our community and have implemented an active map to detail upcoming and current road openings and closures in the LGA. This functionality is an extension of Council’s existing ePlanning Portal which provides further details of current applications with council for determination. This map is updated daily as road opening and closure applications are received and processed by Council.

Council is committed to building strong and resilient communities in Liverpool and to maximising social wellbeing for all residents. In response to community needs and feedback from internal and external stakeholders, Council has developed a draft Positive Ageing Plan 2022 - 2026.

The Plan reaffirms Council's commitment to ensuring Liverpool is a city that continues to support social, economic, cultural, environmental, and civic opportunities for our older population.

The Plan aligns with the World Health Organisation's Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities (GNAFCC) framework and the key priorities identified in the Community Strategic Plan 2022 - 2032.

Written submissions are invited from the public, to be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer (quote Liverpool Positive Ageing Plan) by 5pm, 1 March 2023

Submissions must be made in writing to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871 or by email to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

For further enquiries relating to the Plan, please contact Paola Jamett-Caru, Community Development Worker Aged and Disability on 8711 7408 or jamett-carup@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

Council is committed to building strong and resilient communities in Liverpool and to maximising social wellbeing for all residents. One way of achieving this is to provide financial and in-kind assistance to individuals and groups to develop leadership skills, increase participation in community life and address identified local needs.

The Grants, Donations, and Community Sponsorship Policy (the Policy) provides the framework for delivering Council’s grants programs to the Liverpool community. In response to community needs and feedback from internal and external stakeholders, the Policy has been reviewed to incorporate additional opportunities for community groups and organisations to receive funding for a broader range of projects and initiatives supporting the community. The review has resulted in two key changes:

  • Incorporating provision of funds for minor infrastructure improvements and capital works under the Matching Grants Program, for example for eligible community facilities and sporting fields ; and
  • Provision of funding for eligible heritage-related projects such as research and publications under the Community Grants Program.

At its meeting held on 16 November 2022, Council resolved to place the updated Grants, Donations and Community Sponsorship Policy on public exhibition.

Written submissions are invited from the public, addressed to the Chief Executive Officer (quote Grants, Donations and Community Sponsorship Policy) by 5pm, 1 March 2023

Grants Donations and Community Sponsorship Policy

Submissions must be made in writing to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871 or by email to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

For further enquiries relating to the Policy, please contact Javeria Hoda Community Development Worker Funding & Support on 8711 7821 or hodaa@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

At the 14th of December meeting, Council endorsed six proposed additional street names for approved and future subdivisions in East Leppington.

The existing Street naming theme for the locality is Girl Guides and the proposed names are:

  • Campfire Street
  • Salute Street
  • Horseshoe Street
  • Thoughtful Avenue
  • Kumbaya Street
  • Woggle Street

The proposed names have been assessed using Council’s Naming Convention Policy and have been granted pre-approval by the NSW Geographical Names Board (GNB).

Girl Guides

Girl Guides Australia is the peak organisation for girls and young women in Australia and their mission is to empower girls and young women to discover their potential as leaders. A list of additional street names with a brief description of each name has been complied below:

Campfire Street

Campfires have been important to the Girl Guides for over 100 years. Guides gather at camp each night and are taught many skills as they reminisce on the day’s activities. Long before that, the campfire was an important part of village life as families sat around at night sharing the past and planning for the coming days.

Horseshoe Street

Guides start and end their meetings by marching in a horseshoe formation.

Kumbaya Street

Kumbaya is a traditional folk song, sung by guides at the end of the day to symbolise human and spiritual unity, closeness and compassion.

Salute Street

The Scout Salute is used as a formal greeting between guides or used to show respect at official ceremonies such as flag raising. It is performed by making the Scout sign and raising it so that the fingertips touch the brow of the head.

Thoughtful Avenue

Girl Guides abide by a set of laws that provide a framework and philosophy for living. Being Thoughtful is a key value the scouts abide by.

Woggle Street

A woggle is a device to fasten the neckerchief, or scarf, worn as part of the Scout or Girl Guides uniform, originated by a Scout in the 1920s.

Submissions on the proposed names are invited and should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, via email: lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au quoting the reference number SPN-1/2023.

All submissions must be received by Monday 6 February 2023.

9 January to 31 March 2023

Transport for NSW will continue work to investigate and protect gas mains located near Elizabeth Drive and Wallgrove Road in Cecil Park between 9 January 2023 and 31 March 2023.

During this work, we will:

  • expose and visually inspect gas main infrastructure
  • carry out any repairs and coat or wrap pipes to prevent corrosion
  • install concrete slabs for protection.
  • In addition, we will work at night on Monday 9 January, Tuesday 10 January or Wednesday 11 January
  • 2023 to relocate concrete barriers on Elizabeth Drive and install concrete barriers along the M7 off ramp.

CPB Contractors Ghella Joint Venture (CPBG) are carrying out the Station Boxes and Tunnelling works to support the Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport project.

Construction at the Airport Business Park and Terminal sites is continuing over the next 12 weeks. Some out-of-hours work activities may be carried out to mitigate quality and safety risks.

Work during standard hours will include:

  • Ongoing site establishment including maintenance, and installing internal access roads, fencing, signage, site sheds, facilities and environmental controls
  • Excavation and placement of concrete piles with piling rigs, and capping beam construction including concrete pours
  • Site wide, station box and portal bulk excavation including bulk earthworks, anchor installation, rock bolting and shotcreting
  • Tunnel boring machine component delivery and assembly
  • Site wide concrete works for miscellaneous structures
  • Water treatment plant installation, operation and dewatering of sediment basin
  • Delivering and removing plant, equipment and excavated material with truck and trailers
  • Installing concrete pads and survey markers on existing road, concrete or posts along and up to 50 metres either side of the tunnel alignment
  • Establishment of excavated materials storage area.

Out-of-hours work will include:

  • Surface earthworks
  • Concrete formwork and piling
  • Portal and station box excavation, anchor installation and shotcreting
  • Deliveries of oversized plant and equipment, including tunnel segment delivery
  • Heavy vehicle delivery and haulage of excavated materials
  • Tunnel boring machine component delivery and assembly.

Construction will pause over the holiday period from Saturday 24 December 2022 to Monday 2 January 2023. During the shutdown period, project staff will continue to carry out regular security, environmental and safety monitoring of worksites

Extension of Time - Wianamatta South Creek Flood Study 2020

Council would like to advise that the deadline for the requested flood related information on the Wianamatta South Creek Flood Study has been extended until 28th February 2023. It would be appreciated if surveys could be returned to Council by this date.

Should you have any specific questions or wish to obtain further information on the study, please visit the project website at https://www.research.net/r/JCGCYYQ or email khadkar@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Transport for NSW will continue night work for 15 shifts along Elizabeth Drive, east of Luddenham Road in Badgerys Creek Road and Luddenham Road, Luddenham until Friday 13 January 2023, weather permitting.

Please view the M12 West Night work along Elizabeth Drive and Luddenham Road notification for more information.

If you have any questions or would like more on the M12 Motorway project, please contact our project team at 1800 517 155 or email m12westinfo@cpbggjv.com.au.

Cirillo Reserve in Middleton Grange will be out of action until 7 January 2023 for field maintenance works in preparation for the next sport season.

CPB Contractors Ghella Joint Venture (CPBG) is carrying out works at the Bringelly service facility site on Derwent Road to support the Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport, Station Boxes and Tunnelling project. Construction at the Bringelly site is continuing over the next 12 weeks. Some out-of-hours work activities such as oversized plant and equipment deliveries, survey, concreting and utility adjustments may be carried out to mitigate quality and safety risks.

Work will include:

  • Ongoing site establishment including earthworks, maintenance, and installing fencing, signage, site sheds, facilities and environmental controls
  • Excavation and placement of concrete piles with piling rigs, and capping beam construction including concrete pours
  • Internal access road construction
  • Site wide and shaft bulk excavation including bulk earthworks, anchor installation, rock bolting and shotcreting
  • Site wide concrete works for future services facility and miscellaneous structures
  • Water treatment plant operation and dewatering of sediment basin
  • Delivering and removing plant, equipment and excavated material with truck and trailers
  • Installing survey markers on existing road, concrete or posts along and up to 50 metres either side of the tunnel alignment. Small concrete pads will be installed at some locations to enable marker placement.
  • Safely removing hazardous materials, in line with SafeWork NSW and Environment Protection Authority guidelines, as well as Sydney Metro’s health and safety procedures.

Public Exhibition Notice – Draft Voluntary Planning Agreement – VPA-49 – 275 Adams Road Luddenham (SSD1-18/2020)

In accordance with Sections 7.5 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and Clause 25D of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000, notice is hereby given that a draft Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA) and accompanying Explanatory Note have been prepared and are available for public inspection.

The draft VPA provides for the Developer of VPA-49 – 275 Adams Road Luddenham to pay monetary contributions to Council by the Developer.

The VPA provides development contributions, which consists of:

a. monetary contributions for the capital investment value amount of $20,438,722 (excluding GST) for the provision of a Public   Purpose in respect of the development of the subject of State Significant Development Application SSD-10446.

The draft VPA and Explanatory Note are available for public inspection from 21 November 2022 to 19 December 2022 on Council’s website www.liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Council will receive written submissions up until 5pm on 19 December 2022. Please address your submission to the Chief Executive Officer, quoting VPA-49, and either post it to Locked Bag 7064 Liverpool BC NSW 1871 or email it to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Related documents:

Voluntary Planning Agreement

Explanatory Note

Council Resolution

CPB Contractors and United Infrastructure Joint Venture (CPBUI JV) are carrying out the Surface and Civil Alignment Works to support the Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport project.

Work in November will include:

  • Continuing site, geotechnical and contamination investigations along the project alignment off Elizabeth Drive, Badgerys Creek and Luddenham Road, Luddenham
  • Construction of the access road and site compound off Elizabeth Drive, Badgerys Creek
  • Fortnightly aerial land surveys of the surface alignment to inform the construction design and planning of the project. These activities are not for surveillance and will continue until completion of the Surface and Civil Alignment Works
  • Road surveys along Badgerys Creek Road, Elizabeth Drive and Luddenham Road
  • Fencing works between Cosgroves Creek and Elizabeth Drive, Badgerys Creek.

PREVIOUS YEARS ARCHIVED:

2022 - PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND NOTICES

2021 - PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND NOTICES

2020 - PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND NOTICES