Public Exhibitions and Notices

Council gives notice or places on public exhibition important policies, documents and development proposals 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.

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.

Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting Draft Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 (Amendment 83), which seeks to rezone and amend development standards for land located at 1400-1480 Elizabeth Drive, Cecil Park (Lot 1 to 9 DP1054778).

A copy of the planning proposal and relevant documentation are available at Council’s Administration Building, Centre Shop R1 at 33 Moore St, Liverpool, during the hours of 8.30am and 4pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) or can be found on Council’s ePlanning Portal, by searching for application RZ-3/2019.

Written submissions are to be addressed to the A/CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871, by email to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au, or using the online submission form linked at the top of this webpage.

Submissions must be received by 23 November 2020, quoting RZ-3/2019.

For further enquiries, please contact Masud Hasan, Senior Strategic Planner on 8711 7383 or hasanm@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Related documents:

At the southern part of Light Horse Park, at the end of Atkinson Street, Liverpool - Lot 15 in DP 1129945.


In accordance with Section 47 of the Local Government Act 1993, notice is hereby given that Liverpool City Council proposes to grant a Licence Agreement to Coronation (28 Shepherd Street) Pty Ltd, for a Site Compound.

This Site Compound is required for the riverbank stabilisation works that are going to be undertaken along a section of the Georges River in the vicinity of the Old Paper Mill development area. It will be set up at the southern part of Light Horse Park at the end of Atkinson Street in Liverpool. The Licence Agreement is proposed for a term of 12 months. When the works have been completed, the Site Compound will be removed and the area restored back to its original condition.

If you wish to make a submission to Council in relation to this proposal, you can do so in writing by 30 November 2020.

Written submissions must be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, by mail to: Locked Bag 7064 Liverpool BC 1871 or by e-mail to: lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au - quoting file reference number 2020/3590.

Any enquiries may be referred to Council’s Senior Property Officer on phone number 8711 7436.

Liverpool City Council is planning to undertake a range of improvements at St Andrews Park on St Andrews Boulevard, Casula.

Improvements which are planned for delivery during the 2020/2021 financial year, will include:

  • Construction of terraced levels to provide recreational space activities for viewing, play and contemplation;
  • Installing new pathways and a staircase to access facilities;
  • A children's playground and rubber safety surface;
  • Installation of park furniture; and
  • Garden beds and entry statement.

Have your say

Council invites residents and interested members of the public to view the Draft Concept Plan and provide Council with feedback by completing the survey before 6 November 2020.

Comments received will be reviewed and analysed, and the concept design will then be finalised in response to the comments. The final concept plan will be uploaded here for public viewing once it becomes available.

For any enquiries regarding the Draft Concept Plan please contact Council's Landscape Architect Cleo Pang by email to pangc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au (quoting file no. 2020/2013).

Related documents:

Liverpool City Council is inviting expressions of interest from community members to be part of the Companion Animals Advisory Committee.

Expressions of interest are welcomed from:

  • A representative of the veterinary industry
  • A representative of the welfare industry
  • An animal behaviourist and
  • Liverpool residents (two).

The committee will:

  • Act as an advisory board to Council;
  • Provide a consultative forum for the community to raise issues relating to Companion Animals; and
  • Engage with the community.

The Committee will meet quarterly (first Tuesday of every third month) and operate under Council’s corporate governance framework, including the Code of Conduct.

Please download this EOI form and send your completed EOI to the Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, quoting Companion Animals Advisory Committee via email lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Expressions of interest must be received by 4pm on 12 November 2020.

For enquiries please contact Ben Krkach, Coordinator Requlatory Services on 8711 7621.

In 2012, the Australian Government announced the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

The final report of the Royal Commission recommended 10 child safe standards that form part of a framework to make all organisations safer places for children.

NSW Parliament introduced The Children’s Guardian Act 2019 on 1 March 2020. To achieve compliance under the Act, local government authorities must become a Child Safe Organisation. A Child Safe Organisation is defined as ‘an organisation in which child safety is embedded in planning, policy and practices, and where the voices of children and young people are valued and acknowledged’.

A key component for all levels of governments is to designate child safety officer positions from existing staff profiles to carry out the following functions:

a. developing child safe messages in local government venues, grounds and facilities
b. assisting local institutions to access online child safe resources
c. providing child safety information and support to local institutions on a needs basis
d. supporting local institutions to work collaboratively with key services to ensure child safe approaches are culturally safe, disability aware and appropriate for children from diverse backgrounds.

This work is now underway to make Liverpool City Council a Child Safe Organisation.

At the Council meeting on 30 September, Council resolved to place the Draft Child Safe Policy and Behavioural Standards for Keeping Children Safe on exhibition for public comment and feedback.

Written submissions are to be addressed to the A/CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Submissions can also be made online through the form linked at the top of this webpage.

Submissions must be received by 2 November 2020, quoting reference number 2020/5452.

For further enquiries, please contact Shaieste Heidari, Project Officer Strong Children and Communities, on 8711 7663 or heidaris@liverpool.nsw.gov.au or Derek Tweed, Community Development Youth on 8711 7396 or tweedd@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

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As part of planning for the Western Sydney Aerotropolis, the NSW Government is undertaking a study to identify potential impacts on flood behaviour resulting from proposed future development across the broader South Creek Catchment. The study aims to investigate management measures to limit the cumulative impacts on flood behaviour and existing development. The first stage of this study has produced outputs which provide Council the opportunity to update and align its current flood mapping with the most current information available for this catchment. Adoption of the new flood information to replace the current (2004) study will also remove any gaps or duplications that could potentially arise from using different sets of flood related information to predict flood behaviour for the same catchment.

While the flood extents resulting from the new study are generally consistent with the current flood maps, some variations have been noted around a small number of the flood fringe areas. However, any variations between the current and the new flood maps are minor and mostly attributable to higher levels of accuracy in the topographical data that has been used for the new study.

A copy of the draft report and the flood maps can be downloaded below or can be inspected at Council’s Customer Service Centre (Ground Floor, 33 Moore Street, Liverpool) during business hours and at the following locations:

Liverpool City Library

170 George Street, Liverpool 2170

Carnes Hill Library

600 Kurrajong Road,

Carnes Hill, NSW, 2171

Liverpool Regional Museum

Cnr Congressional Drive and Hume Highway,

Liverpool NSW, 2170

 

Written feedback on the draft Wianamatta South Creek Flood Study is invited from public and should be addressed to the undersigned (quoting File No. 2020/2845) and received by close of business on 30 November 2020.

As per our previous advice, Council officers will be available at the Bringelly Community Centre on the following dates and times to provide any further information and discuss flood-related changes affecting your property.

  1. Tuesday 3 November 2020 from 10am to 12pm
  2. Tuesday 3 November 2020 from 1pm to 3pm
  3. Tuesday 3 November 2020 from 4pm to 6pm
  4. Wednesday 4 November 2020 from 10am to 12pm
  5. Wednesday 4 November 2020 from 1pm to 3pm
  6. Wednesday 4 November 2020 from 4pm to 6pm

Residents interested in attending the above discussion must register their interest by sending an email to wianamatta@liverpool.nsw.gov.au by close of business Friday 30 October 2020 with their name, contact detail (including return email) and any specific issues they would like to discuss at this meeting. Residents must also select a preferred date and a timeslot from the above list. Alternate dates and times are also to be provided.

The discussions will be facilitated in accordance with Council’s approved COVID Safe Engagement Plan. Attendees are required to follow instructions of the onsite security and Council staff. All attendees must wear a face mask before entering the hall.

Please note that a letter is on its way to all residents and refer to the link below for a copy of the letter.

Any enquiries regarding the draft report can be directed to:

Maruf Hossain, Coordinator, Floodplain and Water Management, or Madhu Pudasaini, Manager Technical Support, on 1300 36 2170.

Eddie Jackson, Acting Chief Executive Officer, Locked Bag 7064 Liverpool BC NSW 1871.

Archived Public Exhibitions

Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting Draft Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 (Amendment 85), which seeks to facilitate the development of 9 dwellings by rezoning a portion of land at 146 Newbridge Road, Moorebank, from RE2 Private Recreation to R3 Medium Density Residential.

Additional information including all relevant documentation is available on Council’s e-Planning Portal and can be found by searching the application number RZ-1/2019.

Written submissions are to be addressed to the A/CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871, by email to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au, or using the online submission form linked at the top of this webpage.

Submissions must be received by 16 October 2020, quoting RZ-1/2019.

For further enquiries, please contact Kweku Aikins, Strategic Planner, on 8711 7416 or aikinsk@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Related documents:

Council is in receipt of a planning proposal request which seeks changes to the permissible uses and retail cap at the site known as ‘The Gove Liverpool’ which is a large retail precinct in Warwick Farm.

The subject site includes:

  • The ‘Grove Homemaker Centre’, at 2-18 Orange Grove Road (Lot 101 in DP1043160); and
  • Fashion Spree’ at 5 Viscount Place (Lot 23 in DP1190437)

The planning proposal requests amendments to Clauses 21 and 24 in Schedule 1 (Additional Permitted Uses) of the Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 including:

  • the introduction of ‘business premises’ as an additional permitted use;
  • the replacement of the term ‘retail premises’ with ‘shop’;
  • increasing the existing cap from 19,000m2 to 21,000m2; and
  • updating the legal description of the Fashion Spree site.

This planning proposal request has not yet been endorsed by Council and is currently being exhibited in order to obtain preliminary community feedback in accordance with the Liverpool Community Participation Plan 2019.

Additional information including all relevant documentation is available on Council’s E-Planning Portal and can be found by searching the application number RZ-8/2020.

Written submissions are to be addressed to the A/CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Submissions must be received by 13 October 2020, quoting RZ-8/2020.

For further enquiries, please contact Michael Midson, Executive Planner, on 8711 7893 or Midsonm@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Documents:

  • Planning Proposal Report
  • Economic Analysis
  • Community Fact Sheet
  • Council’s Local Strategic Planning Statement, Connected Liverpool 2040, states that Council will prepare a structure plan and planning proposal to rezone the Warwick Farm racing precinct to a mix of uses, including B4.

    At its 11 December 2019 meeting, Council resolved to engage consultants to prepare a structure plan to inform the rezoning of the Warwick Farm racing precinct for a mix of uses including B4. The draft Warwick Farm racing precinct structure plan was presented to Council at its 26 August 2020 meeting.

    The planning proposal seeks to rezone the Warwick Farm racing precinct (excluding 240 Governor Macquarie Drive, which is subject to a separate planning proposal) from R2 Low Density Residential, R3 Medium Density Residential and RE2 Private Recreation to B4 Mixed Use, R4 High Density Residential and RE1 Public Recreation. Heights of buildings and available floor space will also be increased on sites proposed to be redeveloped.

    Written submissions are to be addressed to the A/CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    Submissions can also be made online using the form listed at the top of this webpage. Submissions must be received by 5pm on 12 October 2020, quoting RZ-4/2020.

    Council will also hold a virtual community meeting, with presentations on the structure plan and with time for questions, at 6pm on Tuesday 22 September 2020.

    For further enquiries or to register for the virtual community meeting, please contact Graham Matthews, Senior Strategic Planner, on 8711 7786 or matthewsg@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    Related documents:

    In accordance with the Roads Act 1993, Liverpool City Council is exhibiting the following names:

    • SPN-4/2020 - CATANZARITI DRIVE, AUSTRAL - currently known as Kalbian Street, located between Thirteenth Avenue and Twenty Eighth Avenue, Austral.

    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 SPN-4/2020. All submissions must be received by Sunday 4 October 2020.

    Council’s vision for the Carnes Hill Recreation Precinct is for a vibrant and attractive precinct that provides high quality public spaces that offer a range of recreation and sporting opportunities for Carnes Hill residents and the surrounding suburbs.

    The Precinct offers over 15 hectares of open space divided into a northern and a southern parcel by Beard Creek.

    Stage One on the southern parcel was delivered in 2016 and includes a district level library, multi-purpose community centre, indoor recreation centre, skate park, café, outdoor play area, a public plaza and a small water play area.

    Stage Two on the northern parcel is being planned to include aquatic facilities, gymnastics and multi-purpose indoor areas as well as outdoor sports facilities and a play area.

    Council has received a draft Masterplan that recommends the provision of the following facilities:

    • An indoor 50m swimming pool;
    • Indoor learn-to-swim pool;
    • Indoor leisure pool and an indoor spa / steam / sauna area;
    • Outdoor water play area;
    • Associated aquatic support spaces including change rooms, family and group / competition change areas, storage and plant spaces;
    • Two multi-purpose sporting fields with sizing suitable for soccer, rugby union and rugby league;
    • Basketball/ multi-purpose courts;
    • Boardwalk connections to and from stage 1 of the precinct;
    • Access road from Cowpasture Road;
    • Children’s playground;
    • Passive recreational spaces and preservation of natural vegetation;
    • New walkways and cycle ways; and
    • Parking.

    Related Document:

    HAVE YOUR SAY

    Written submissions are to be addressed to the A/CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Submissions can also be made online through the form linked at the top of this webpage. Submissions must be received by 21 September 2020, quoting File No. 2020/4316.

    Any enquiries regarding the draft masterplan can be directed to:

    Aditi Karande, Recreation and Open Space Planner on 02 8711 7870.

    Council is proposing to undertake intersection upgrade works at Heathcote Road, Bardia Parade and Walder Road under a grant from the Western Sydney Infrastructure Program (WSIP) Round 3 local road package. The upgrade works at this intersection involve:

    • Construction of a left-turn slip lane from Bardia Parade into Heathcote Road;
    • A new signalised pedestrian crossing across the Heathcote Road southbound approach;
    • Widening of the Walder Road approach to provide a dedicated right-turn lane;
    • Improved street lighting along the Bardia Parade approach;
    • A signalised pedestrian/bicycle crossing across the Bardia Parade slip lane;
    • Kerb realignments and a 30m central median island in the Walder Road approach; and
    • An upgrade of traffic control signals.

    Project benefits include:

    • Improvements and reduced delays for left-turn movements from Bardia Parade into Heathcote Road and from Walder Road into Heathcote Road;
    • Improved operation of the traffic signals and reduced traffic queues along the intersection approaches;
    • Improved pedestrian movements across the Heathcote Road approaches;
    • A new signal for pedestrian/cycle crossing across the Bardia Parade slip lane; and
    • Improved separation of opposing traffic movements in the Walder Road approach.

    Council has prepared a detailed design of the intersection upgrade works, in consultation with Transport for NSW (TfNSW). In addition, Council has also prepared a Review of Environment Factors (REF) and has included strategies to minimise the impacts of the construction.

    Related Documents:

    HAVE YOUR SAY

    Council invites residents and interested members of the public to view the proposed detailed design and provide feedback before 17 September 2020.

    • Written submissions concerning the design and supporting documentation are also invited and should be received by 17 September 2020 and addressed to: 
      Acting Chief Executive Officer
      DS2020/024
      TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORT - DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION - Intersection of Heathcote, Walder Road and Bardia Parade Locked Bag 7064 LIVERPOOL BC NSW 1871
    • Or alternatively, email to joshib@liverpool.nsw.gov.au (quoting DS2020/024).

    Following approval of the Review of Environment Factors (REF) and review of design by TfNSW, Council will finalise the design and construction will commence.

    Council will provide further notification of scheduled works including any night works.

    For any enquiries or for more information on the Heathcote Road, Bardia Parade/Walder Road Intersection Upgrade at Holsworthy please contact Program Manager, Bikram Joshi, on 0474 943 652 or email joshib@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    Council is in receipt of a planning proposal request which seeks to amend the State Environmental Planning Policy (Sydney Region Growth Centres) 2006 (Growth Centres SEPP) in order to expand the area of the existing Neighbourhood Centre at 1370 Camden Valley Way, East Leppington, and to reorganise the development of residential, commercial and recreational uses on the site. The proposal includes rezoning of part of the site from R3 (Medium Density Residential) to B1 (Neighbourhood Centre), RE1 (Public Recreation) to R3 (Medium Density Residential), R2 (Low Density Residential) to RE1 (Public Recreation) and increasing the upper limit of permissible total retail Gross Floor Area (GFA) of the Neighbourhood Centre from 2500 sqm to 4800 sqm. It also amends the minimum lot size, minimum dwelling density and height of building development standards under the SEPP.

    The future public open space is reconfigured under the planning proposal, with no net loss in open space land area. The increased area of R3 (Medium Density Residential) zoned land is located next to areas zoned for medium density residential development and will allow for a variety of housing choices such as small lot housing, duplexes, terraces and other low-rise housing up to 12m in height. There will be no changes to minimum lot sizes for residential development, and the minimum dwelling density requirements for this site are proposed to be the same as surrounding R3 zoned land.

    This planning proposal request has not yet been endorsed by Council and is currently being exhibited in order to obtain preliminary community feedback in accordance with the Liverpool Community Participation Plan 2019.

    Additional information including all relevant documentation is available on Council’s E-Planning Portal and can be found by searching the application number RZ-1/2017.

    Written submissions are to be addressed to the CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Submissions can also be made online through the form linked at the top of this webpage. Submissions must be received by 16 September 2020, quoting RZ-1/2017.

    For further enquiries, please contact Masud Hasan, Senior Strategic Planner, on 8711 7383 or hasanm@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    Technical Documents:

    Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting Draft Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 (Amendment 77).

    Draft Amendment 77 seeks to permit "car parks" as an additional use at Collimore Park, Liverpool. Council wishes to consider developing a multi-storey car park at the site of the existing at-grade car park at Collimore Park. A multi-storey car park at Collimore Park would provide additional parking for those studying/working in Liverpool city centre and relieve pressure on limited parking available in Liverpool city centre itself. Related documents:

    Additional information is available at the Liverpool eplanning portal.

    Written submissions are invited from the public and should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer and received by 14 September 2020, quoting ref: RZ-4/2019.

    For further enquiries relating to the rezoning, please contact Luke Oste, Executive Planner, on 8711 7886 or ostel@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    Council is in receipt of a planning proposal request which seeks to rezone the site to B4 (Mixed Use), as well as amending the floor space ratio (FSR) and height of building (HOB) development standard at 335-349 Newbridge Road, Moorebank to facilitate a mixed use development including approximately 536 dwellings and 6,300 square metres of commercial uses.

    This planning proposal request has not yet been endorsed by Council and is currently being exhibited in order to obtain preliminary community feedback in accordance with the Liverpool Community Participation Plan 2019.

    Additional information including all relevant documentation is available on Council’s E-Planning Portal and can be found by searching the application number RZ-4/2018. Council’s E-Planning portal is accessed via the following link.
    https://eplanning.liverpool.nsw.gov.au/Pages/XC.Track/SearchApplication.aspx

    Written submissions are to be addressed to the CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Submissions can also be made online through the form linked at the top of this webpage. Submissions must be received by 10 September 2020, quoting RZ-4/2018.

    For further enquiries, please contact Cameron Jewell, Programme Lead Liverpool Collaboration Area, on 8711 7862 or jewellc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

    Technical Documents

    Council is seeking feedback for the Draft Concept Plan for the construction of a local park at Kotlash Park, Lurnea. It is a green field local park on Facey Crescent next to Lurnea Public School, servicing the local community.

    The Draft Concept Plan includes the provision of the following:

    • A new children’s playground with coloured rubber safety playground surface, including a small natural play area;
    • Shade structure over the children’s playground;
    • Concrete paving area with accessible footpath;
    • Upgrade of the existing footpath;
    • Installation of new park furniture;
    • Pram ramps to connect to the existing footpath network; and
    • Landscape improvements including new garden beds and tree planting.

    HAVE YOUR SAY

    Council invites residents and interested members of the public to view the proposed Draft Concept Plan and provide feedback by completing the survey before 9 September 2020.

    Comments received will be reviewed and analysed, and the concept design will then be finalised in response to the comments. The Final Concept Plan will be uploaded here for public viewing once it becomes available.

    For any enquiries regarding the proposed new works, please contact Cleo Pang, Landscape Architect (Open Space Construction) by email to pangc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au (quoting file no. 2020/2055).

    Council is in receipt of a planning proposal request which seeks to rezone the site to a combination of B4 (Mixed Use) and B6 (Enterprise Corridor), as well as amending the floor space ratio (FSR) and height of building (HOB) development standards; introducing a new division to manage site-specific provisions and amending Schedule 1 of the Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 (LLEP) to permit additional uses at 3, 5, 6, 8 and 11 Bridges Road, and 361 Newbridge Road, Moorebank.

    This planning proposal request has not yet been endorsed by Council and is currently being exhibited in order to obtain preliminary community feedback in accordance with the Liverpool Community Participation Plan 2019.

    Additional information including all relevant documentation is available on Council’s E-Planning Portal and can be found by searching the application number RZ-6/2015. Council’s E-Planning portal is accessed via the following link. 
    https://eplanning.liverpool.nsw.gov.au/Pages/XC.Track/SearchApplication.aspx

    Written submissions are to be addressed to the CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Submissions can also be made online through the form linked at the top of this webpage. Submissions must be received by 10 September 2020, quoting RZ-6/2015.

    For further enquiries, please contact Cameron Jewell, Programme Lead Liverpool Collaboration Area, on 8711 7862 or jewellc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

    Technical Document

    Council is in receipt of a planning proposal request which seeks to amend Schedule 1 of the Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008, to permit residential accommodation (comprising of 21 terraces and 353 apartments) adjacent to the proposed Georges Cove Marina in the RE2 (Private Recreation) zone, at 146 Newbridge Road, Moorebank.

    This planning proposal request has not yet been endorsed by Council and is currently being exhibited in order to obtain preliminary community feedback in accordance with the Liverpool Community Participation Plan 2019.

    Additional information including all relevant documentation is available on Council’s E-Planning Portal and can be found by searching the application number RZ-5/2018. Council’s E-Planning portal is accessed via the following link. 
    https://eplanning.liverpool.nsw.gov.au/Pages/XC.Track/SearchApplication.aspx

    Written submissions are to be addressed to the CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Submissions can also be made online through the form linked at the top of this webpage. Submissions must be received by 10 September 2020, quoting RZ-5/2018.

    Technical Document

    Council is in receipt of a planning proposal request which seeks to rezone the site to a combination of B6 (Enterprise Corridor), RE1 (Public Recreation) and R3 (Medium Density Residential) as well as amending the floor space ratio (FSR) and height of building (HOB) development standards; and Schedule 1 of the Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 (LLEP) to facilitate a range of land uses including approximately 25,255 square metres of commercial floor space and 750 dwellings at 124 Newbridge Road, Moorebank.

    This planning proposal request has not yet been endorsed by Council and is currently being exhibited in order to obtain preliminary community feedback in accordance with the Liverpool Community Participation Plan 2019.

    Additional information including all relevant documentation is available on Council’s E-Planning Portal and can be found by searching the application number RZ-4/2017. Council’s E-Planning portal is accessed via the following link. 
    https://eplanning.liverpool.nsw.gov.au/Pages/XC.Track/SearchApplication.aspx

    Written submissions are to be addressed to the CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Submissions can also be made online through the form linked at the top of this webpage. Submissions must be received by 10 September 2020, quoting RZ-4/2017.

    For further enquiries, please contact Luke Oste, Executive Planner, on 8711 7886 or ostel@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    Technical Document

    Council is in receipt of a planning proposal request which seeks to rezone the site from E2 (Environmental Conservation) to a combination of R1 (General Residential), RE1 (Public Recreation) and SP2 (Infrastructure) as well as amending the floor space ratio (FSR) and height of building (HOB) development standards under the Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 to facilitate a range of land uses including approximately 2,000 dwellings, 800 square metres of community facilities and 1,700 square metres of retail uses at Lot 6 Newbridge Road, Moorebank.

    This planning proposal request has not yet been endorsed by Council and is currently being exhibited in order to obtain preliminary community feedback in accordance with the Liverpool Community Participation Plan 2019.

    Additional information including all relevant documentation is available on Council’s E-Planning Portal and can be found by searching the application number RZ-2/2020. Council’s E-Planning portal is accessed via the following link. 
    https://eplanning.liverpool.nsw.gov.au/Pages/XC.Track/SearchApplication.aspx

    Written submissions are to be addressed to the CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Submissions can also be made online through the form linked at the top of this webpage. Submissions must be received by 10 September 2020, quoting RZ-2/2020.

    For further enquiries, please contact Luke Oste, Executive Planner, on 8711 7886 or ostel@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    Technical Document

    Council is in receipt of a planning proposal request which seeks to amend the floor space ratio (FSR) and height of building (HOB) development standards, and Schedule 1 of the Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 to facilitate a mixed-use development including approximately 126 dwellings and 4,200 square metres of retail uses in the B6 (Enterprise Corridor) zone at 146 Newbridge Road, Moorebank.

    This planning proposal request has not yet been endorsed by Council and is currently being exhibited in order to obtain preliminary community feedback in accordance with the Liverpool Community Participation Plan 2019.

    Additional information including all relevant documentation is available on Council’s E-Planning Portal and can be found by searching the application number RZ-9/2017. Council’s E-Planning portal is accessed via the following link. 
    https://eplanning.liverpool.nsw.gov.au/Pages/XC.Track/SearchApplication.aspx

    Written submissions are to be addressed to the CEO and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871; or lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au. Submissions can also be made online through the form linked at the top of this webpage. Submissions must be received by 10 September 2020, quoting RZ-9/2017.

    For further enquiries, please contact Luke Oste, Executive Planner, on 8711 7886 or ostel@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    Technical Document

    In accordance with Section 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 14 Yarrunga Street, Prestons (GUNLAKE P/L) to pay a monetary contribution to Liverpool City Council in association with Development Application DA-527/2017 which approved construction of a concrete batching plant and materials blending plant to operate on the site

    The VPA puts forward an offer of a total of $85,000 to contribute to the upgrade of the existing Bernera Road / Yarrunga Street / Yato Road intersection located approximately 200m east of the site in lieu of the Developer carrying out a portion of the proposed road works.

    The draft VPA and Explanatory Note are available for public inspection from: 6 August 2020 to 2 September 2020.

    The documents can be viewed on Council’s website www.liverpool.nsw.gov.au and at Council’s Customer Service Centre at 33 Moore Street, Liverpool between 8.30am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

    Council will receive written submissions up until 5pm on 2 September 2020. Please address your submission to the Acting Chief Executive Officer, quoting DA-527/2017, and either post it to Locked Bag 7064 Liverpool BC NSW 1871 or email it to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

    In accordance with the Roads Act 1993, Liverpool City Council is exhibiting the following name:

    • SPN-5/2020 – HICKMAN LANE – located at 22-26 Elizabeth Street, Liverpool. As part of a development approval, two future laneways are proposed to be created. One of the two laneways is proposed to be named Hickman Lane.

    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 SPN-5/2020. All submissions must be received by Monday 31 August 2020.

    In accordance with the Roads Act 1993, Liverpool City Council is exhibiting the following names:

    • SPN-3/2020 - PINOSA AVENUE – a future street located between Savoy Street and Eighth Avenue in Austral. This short length of road is currently gazetted as an extension of Pear Street.
    • SPN-2/2020 - AUSTINMER PLACE - a new street located off Corrimal Street in Prestons.
    • SPN-1/2020 - GENERAL BOULEVARD - a new street located between MacDonald Road and Soldiers Parade in Edmondson Park

    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 SPN numbers. All submissions must be received by Friday 21 August 2020.

    Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting Draft Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 (Amendment 69).

    Draft Amendment 69 seeks to permit ‘signage’ within the B3 Commercial Core and B4 Mixed Use zones. Currently both business and building identification signage is permissible, however third party advertising that is not directly related to the building or business where it is located is not. This amendment will allow third party signage to be permitted within the Liverpool City Centre. Related documents:

    Written submissions are invited from the public and should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer and received by 15 June 2020, quoting ref: RZ-8/2016.

    For further enquiries relating to the rezoning, please contact Luke Oste, Executive Planner, on 8711 7886 or ostel@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    At its ordinary meeting held on Wednesday 29 April 2020, Council resolved that the existing Alcohol-Free Zones be re-established and implemented across the Liverpool Local Government Area (LGA).

    Alcohol-Free Zones are implemented as an early intervention method to prevent the escalation of street drinking. They are established to include public roads, footpaths or public car parks to reduce alcohol related crime and behaviour in known hot spots.

    The resolution can be viewed in the 29 April 2020 Council meeting minutes, found on Council’s website.

    The NSW Ministerial Guidelines on Alcohol Free Zones require that the zones be placed on public exhibition for a period of 30 days. The full list of the proposed Alcohol-Free Zones can be viewed below:

    Location description

    Number of signs at location

    Atkinson St., Liverpool City Centre

    8

    Bathurst St Car Park., Liverpool City Centre

    3

    Bathurst St., Liverpool City Centre

    1

    Bigge St., Liverpool City Centre

    1

    Both sides of Hoxton Park Rd., located between Hume Hwy and Gill Ave.

    4

    Campbell St., Liverpool City Centre

    1

    Carnes Hill Skate Precinct, including car park and area in front of Library and Michael Clark Recreation Centre, Carnes Hill

    5

    Cartwright Ave, in front of Jersey Park opposite to Miller Shopping Centre, Miller

    1

    Castlereagh St., Liverpool

    1

    Edmondson Ave/ Tenth Ave., located adjacent to Austral Shops and Austral Public School, Austral

    3

    Elizabeth St and Bathurst St intersection located adjacent Bathurst St Car Park, Liverpool City Centre

    2

    George St., located along and in front of Liverpool Westfield shop frontage, Liverpool City Centre

    3

    George St., located in front of All Saints Catholic College, Liverpool City Centre

    9

    Gill Ave., located between Hoxton Park Rd and Pearce St. Liverpool City Centre

    2

    Gillespie St. Liverpool

    4

    Goulburn St., Liverpool City Centre

    Green Valley Rd shops, located around and near shop frontage, including car park, Green Valley

    4

    Hill Rd., between Wonga Rd and Bare Ave

    6

    Hume Highway located in front of Bob Jane T-mart, Liverpool

    2

    Hume Highway located in front of Supershine car wash and café, Liverpool

    2

    Khancoban St., located in front of shop frontage, Heckenberg

    2

    Macquarie Mall strip, located along shop frontage, near Liverpool Plaza and Club Liverpool, Liverpool City Centre

    7

    Macquarie St and Northumberland Street bounded by Campbell St and Hume Hwy, Liverpool City Centre

    2.

    Macquarie St. Liverpool City Centre

    5

    Mannix Parade Shops between Lawrence Hargrave Rd and McGirr Parade, Warwick Farm

    4

    Maryvale Shop frontage between Memorial Ave and St Pauls Cres., roadway and footpath area, Liverpool

    3

    Memorial Ave., corner of Norfolk Serviceway and Memorial Ave., Liverpool City Centre

    1

    Miller Shopping Centre Car Park, Miller

    1

    Moore St., located between Bigge St and Hume Highway, Liverpool City Centre

    8

    Northumberland St., located between Memorial Ave and Huckstepp Serviceway, Liverpool City Centre

    1

    Northumberland St., located between Bathurst St car park and  Elizabeth St., Liverpool City Centre

    3

    Northumberland St., located in front of and on the opposite of Centrelink, Liverpool City Centre

    2

    Pearce St. Liverpool

    15

    Railway St., located between George St and Bigge St, Liverpool City Centre.

    1

    Reilly St., located between Webster and West Rd

    9

    Scott St., located between George St and Bigge St., Liverpool City Centre

    4

    Scott St., in front and on the opposite side to Railway Hotel, Liverpool City Centre

    3

    Scott St., located in front and adjacent to 35 Scott St., Liverpool City Centre

    3

    Shropshire St. Miller

    2

    Sutton Rd and Sinclair Rd., located adjacent to the shops, along shop frontage, Ashcroft

    2

    The Hub, located on buildings in front and behind the Hub, Miller

    8

    Willian Dr., along shop frontage located in front of Cartwright Park

    3

    Woodward Cres. Miller

    2

    Written submissions are invited from the public and should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer (quote COM 01) by 12 June 2020.

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

    Any enquiries relating to this matter should be directed to Muizz Khan, Community Development Worker on khanmu@liverpool.nsw.gov.au or 8711 7190.

    Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting the draft Landscape Concept Plan for a local park upgrade at Croatia Avenue Park, Edmondson Park.

    HAVE YOUR SAY

    Council invites residents and interested members of the public to view the proposed draft designs and provide feedback by completing the online survey before 3 August 2020.

    You can view the draft Landscape Concept Plan - Croatia Avenue Park here.

    • To have your say on the draft Landscape Concept Plan - Croatia Avenue Park please complete this survey.
    • Written submissions concerning the draft Landscape Concept Plan and supporting documentation are also invited and should be received by 3 August 2020 (quoting file no. 2019/2698) and addressed to: 
      Chief Executive Officer 
      Croatia Park Consultation (2019/2698) 
      Locked Bag 7064 
      LIVERPOOL BC NSW 1871

    For enquiries regarding the draft Landscape Concept Plan – Croatia Avenue Park, please phone Council’s Customer Contact Centre on 1300 36 2170.

    Council is currently exhibiting the Draft Delivery Program for 2017-22 and the Operational Plan including budget and Draft Revenue Pricing Policy, Fees and Charges for 2020-21until Wednesday 22 July 2020.

    Please take some time to review these documents. Your comments will assist Council with planning for the next twelve months.

    Draft copies of the Delivery Program 2017-22, Operational Plan and Budget 2020-21 are available in the Document Library below.

    Submissions should be made in writing with the reference number 2020/1992 and addressed to: The Acting Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC, NSW, 1871 or emailed to liverpool2023@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

    We value your feedback and input and would also appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to complete a short survey on the Draft Delivery Program for 2017-22 and the Operational Plan 2020-21.

    Fill in the survey to have your say

    Documents

    Following the release of the Greater Sydney Commission’s Greater Sydney Region Plan (A Metropolis of Three Cities) and Western City District Plan, Liverpool City Council has a legal obligation under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979  to review its Local Environmental Plan (LEP) to ensure that it aligns with the priorities listed in these plans.

    The first Planning Proposal (Phase 1) of the LEP review was endorsed by Council on 25 September 2019 and is now on public exhibition. It includes proposed zoning changes in Moorebank.

    A number of strategies have also been prepared to guide strategic land use planning in Liverpool and to support the development of the new LEP and Development Control Plan. The strategies respond to key trends and opportunities to ensure that growth in Liverpool is appropriately managed and provides guidance for the assessment of future planning proposals.

    Phase 1 LEP Review Planning Proposal (includes proposed zoning changes in Moorebank)

    This Planning Proposal begins to implement the actions of the Liverpool Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) and aligns with the Western City District Plan, and strengthens the LEP and corrects anomalies.

    Moorebank zoning changes

    A key element of the Planning Proposal seeks to rezone certain land around the Moorebank Town Centre from R4 High Density Residential to R3 Medium Density Residential.

    This proposed zoning change ensures that residential flat buildings (apartment buildings) are only developed in appropriate locations and that there is an appropriate transition between high and medium density housing.

    Council has prepared responses to Frequently Asked Questions and a map to help explain the changes proposed.

    Draft Land Use Strategies

    Council has now endorsed three draft land use strategies for public exhibition.

    Draft Liverpool Local Housing Strategy 

    The  draft Liverpool Local Housing Strategy sets out the priorities and actions to deliver suitable housing in the right locations to meet the needs of the Liverpool community over the next 20 years. It ensures that housing delivery protects local amenity and character, open space and ecological values and is aligned with infrastructure delivery.

    Draft Liverpool Centres and Corridors Strategy

    The  draft Liverpool Centres and Corridors Strategy ensures that there are adequate, appropriate and accessible retail services for Liverpool’s growing population into the future.

    Draft Liverpool Industrial and Employment Lands Strategy

    The  draft Industrial and Employment Lands Strategy guides the retention, improvement and development of employment lands in the Liverpool LGA over the next 20 years.

    Have Your Say 

    There are a few ways you can comment or provide feedback:

    The closing date for submissions is 21 July 2020. Please quote reference number RZ-14/2015 on submissions.

    For further information, please contact Council on 1300 36 2170.

    Documents on exhibition:

    Related documents

    Useful Links

    At its ordinary meeting held on Wednesday 27 May 2020, Council resolved to place its Public Arts Policy on exhibition.

    The Policy sets out the framework for commissioning, funding and the preservation of public
    art, both by the Council and other stakeholders.

    It is internationally recognised that public art contributes to the transformation of the urban landscape. Public art provides wayfinding opportunities, allows for creative engagements and best practice placemaking. It actively engages residents and visitors in public spaces.

    Council will support, encourage, promote, guide and assist with the planning, development, implementation and care of ephemeral, temporary and permanent Public Art in the Liverpool Local Government Area (LGA).

    View the Policy here:

    Written submissions are invited from the public and should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer (quote Public Arts Policy) by 5pm, Tuesday 7 July 2020.

    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 Dr Clare Cochrane, Public Arts Officer, on 8711 7086 or cochranec@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    Council adopted changes to various contributions plans as of 10 June 2020. An overview of the changes is provided in the table below.

    Updated versions of all the Contributions Plans have been placed on Council’s website - Contribution Plans | Liverpool City Council - 2018.

    Change

    Impacted Plan

    Covid-19 Amendment

    Council considered a range of financial matters in response to the current Covid 19 pandemic to support residents, businesses and developers. To provide some additional support to the development industry

    CDC Amendment

    Amendments to ensure clarity around the payment of development contributions for complying development certificates and update clause referencing (i.e. s94 and s94A)

    Secondary Dwellings Amendment

    Amendment to implement a previous resolution of council to allow s7.11 payments on secondary dwellings to be paid in instalments.

    In accordance with the Roads Act 1993, Liverpool City Council is exhibiting the following name

    • MACDONALD ROAD – extension of the existing MacDonald Road in Bardia.

    This name is proposed for the road between Campbelltown Road to Bernera Road, Edmondson Park.

    Submissions on the proposed name are invited and should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, via email: lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

    All submissions must be received by Tuesday 7 July 2020.

    (Quoting file number 111502.2020).

    Liverpool City Council has resolved to call for expressions of interest from persons who live, work in and/or own businesses within the Liverpool Local Government Area to be appointed by Council to the Intermodal Precinct Committee, which is an advisory committee of Council. Council has adopted the Intermodal Precinct Committee Charter, which guides the Committee’s functions.

    Council is seeking community representatives to serve on the committee for an initial term of two years. Committee members serve in a voluntary capacity and meet on a quarterly basis.

    The committee's functions include:
    • To ensure, through collaboration with the Intermodal Company, that the negative impacts are minimised and financial mitigation offers are considered and utilised to improve the health and safety of residents in Liverpool;
    • To provide advice to assist in any Council submissions on development or modification applications relating to the Intermodal development, with emphasis on minimising adverse impacts on the health of the community;
    • To develop partnerships with relevant stakeholders, environmental groups and key organisations; and
    • To make recommendations to Council regarding achievement of positive and negative outcomes for the residents of Liverpool.
    EOIs are due to Council by 5pm, 30 June 2020.
    Please download this EOI form and address your completed EOI to the Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, quoting ref: Intermodal Precinct Committee EOI via email to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

    As per Clause 21 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000, Liverpool City Council has adopted Liverpool Development Control Plan 2008 – Amendment No. 35. The amendment makes changes to Part 2.11 – Land Subdivision and Development in Edmondson Park. This includes a number of amended DCP maps, including the Indicative Layout Plan (ILP) to reflect the footprint of the revised design of Basin 14 at Edmondson Park and the new road layout in the vicinity of the basin.

    Liverpool Development Control Plan 2008 (Amendment No. 35) comes into effect on the date of publication of this notice. Copies of the Development Control Plan are available here.

    Liverpool City Council has adopted Liverpool Development Control Plan 2008 – Amendment No. 25 Incorporating Amendments to Parts 1 and 4 of LDCP 2008 (Clause 21 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000) at its Ordinary Meeting of 29 April 2020.

    The amendments make changes to the following parts of the Liverpool Development Control Plan 2008:

    The amendments will bring LDCP 2008 into line with Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 (Amendment 52), which rezoned much of Liverpool city centre for mixed use development.