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.



Liverpool City Council is the appointed Manager of Phillips Park (R83052) Reserve Trust which is a corporation established, constituted and appointed as Trustee of Crown Reserve R83052, known as Phillips Park, located at 66 Hill Road, Lurnea.

Notice is hereby given that it is proposed to grant a new lease of the existing cafe premises, at Phillips Park, to the existing tenant Tunza Pty Ltd for the continued use as a cafe.

The proposed lease agreement will be for a term of Five (5) years and is anticipated to commence in July 2024.

Proposed Lease of the Café Building at ‘Phillips Park’ Hill Road, Lurnea

Any person is entitled to make a submission to Council in respect of this proposal by Wednesday 19 June 2024. Submissions must be made in writing, addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, Locked Bag 7064 Liverpool BC NSW 1871, quoting file reference number 2022/2729. Enquiries may be referred to Council’s Senior Property Officer on 8711 7878.

The draft Delivery Program responds to the vision and priorities of the Community Strategic Plan and details the principal activities to be undertaken in 2022-2026.

The draft Operational Plan details the annual budget for projects and activities the Council will deliver in 2024-2025.

The draft Statement of Revenue Pricing Policy (fees and charges) is also part of the Delivery Program and Operational Plan under a separate document. Fees and Charges are levied by Council to enable the provision and upkeep of facilities owned and managed by Council enabling services to be provided to the community.

Supporting the Delivery Program, Operational Plan and Budget is the Long-Term Financial Plan which outlines how Council will manage its resources and includes Council's Capital Works Program to be completed annually and over the four year period.

The 2024-2025 rating category applicable to your area is shown in the Liverpool Rating Category Map. It includes information on subcategories in the LGA (residential, farming, industrial, business etc). Your respective category is shown on your rates notice which is levied from 1 July to 30 June each year.

Submissions should be made in writing with the reference 2024/1883 and addressed to: The Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC, NSW 1871 or email corporateplanning@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

Submissions close 5pm, Tuesday 11 June 2024.

At the Council meeting on 24 April 2024, Council resolved to place the Draft Compliance and Enforcement Policy on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.

This Policy provides information about Council’s position on compliance and enforcement matters for Liverpool City and is based on the NSW Ombudsman “Enforcement Guidelines for Councils 2015”.

The purpose of the Policy is to provide structure, consistency and transparency in decision making, and to facilitate a proportionate approach to compliance and enforcement. It is also intended to assist Council staff to act promptly, effectively, and consistently in response to allegations of unlawful activity.

This Policy outlines the decision-making process and matters to be considered at the various stages of the enforcement process from the receipt and investigation of reports alleging unlawful activity, through to enforcement options to be considered by Council.

For further information or to make a submission please contact Noelle Warwar, Community Standards at lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au and reference Draft Compliance and Enforcement Policy. Should you lodge a submission, it will be considered, along with any other submissions received and may be included in Council’s meeting business paper. Submissions will close on Wednesday 12 June 2024.

The Draft Compliance and Enforcement Policy can be found here

The amended draft planning agreement (VPA-49) enables the determination of the State Significant Development application SSD-10446 at 275 Adams Road, Luddenham.

The agreement will require the Developer to pay monetary contributions to Council towards public infrastructure within the Western Sydney Aerotropolis Precinct. The payment will be made to Council through either of the following methods:

  1. Monetary contributions will be calculated and paid to Council at a rate of 10% of the Capital Investment Value only if the Aerotropolis 7.12 Contributions Plan has not been adopted before 31 December 2027; or
  2. Monetary contributions will be calculated and paid to Council at a rate adopted in the final Aerotropolis 7.12 Contributions Plan if the plan is adopted before 31 December 2027.

The amended draft planning agreement  and amended Explanatory Note are available for public inspection from 3 May 2024 to 31 May 2024.

Council will receive written submissions up until 5 pm on Sunday, 31 May 2024. 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:

Council's draft DIAP 2024 - 2028 draws on the Disability Inclusion Amendment Act 2022 and NSW DIAP Guidelines outlining its ongoing commitment to supporting equity and inclusion for people with disability in Liverpool.

The draft DIAP 2024 - 2028 is now on public exhibition for community feedback. Submissions must be made in writing to the Chief Executive Officer, Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871 or by email to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au quoting ref no. 2021/7170.

Printed copies will be made available at Yellamundie, LG Floor, 52 Scott Street, Liverpool. Submissions close 31 May 2024.

For any questions relating to the draft DIAP 2024- 2028, please contact the Community Development Worker Aged and Disability on 87117408.

Disability Inclusion Action Plan

At its meeting on the 27th March 2024, Council endorsed to publicly exhibit the Street names Hyams and Bemboka Street, Prestons.

A Street naming proposal was received in February 2024, to name two new roads as a result of an approved subdivision, created off Braidwood Drive, Prestons.

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Figure 1: Subdivision plan showing location of proposed two new roads “Hyams and Bemboka Street”

The Street naming theme for the locality is South Coast NSW towns and the proposed Street names “Hyams” and “Bemboka” have been assessed using Council’s Naming Convention Policy and the Geographical Names Board has granted pre-approval.

If you would like further information on the origin of the above mentioned names, a copy of the Council report and minutes can be found on Council’s website or by the following link here .

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-6/2023.

Should you choose to make a submission, please make it clear if you support or object to any of the above-mentioned proposed names and provide any information that is relevant to support your view. 

All submissions must be received by Monday 17th May 2024.

Liverpool City Council is the owner of the premises known as the Liverpool PCYC at 100 Cartwright Avenue, Miller NSW 2168

Notice is hereby given that it is proposed to grant a new lease of the existing premises being Lot 100 DP 1118802, 100 Cartwright Avenue, Miller to the existing tenant Liverpool PCYC for the continued use as Police and community youth club associated activities.

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The proposed lease agreement will be for a term of Five (5) years.

Any person is entitled to make a submission to Council in respect of this proposal by Wednesday 10 April 2024. Submissions must be made in writing, addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, Locked Bag 7064 Liverpool BC NSW 1871, quoting file reference number 2006/2057. Enquiries may be referred to Council’s Senior Property Officer on 8711 7878.

Liverpool City Council is currently seeking submissions from the community, including developers, real estate agents, property owners and managers on the Draft Local Heritage Management Policy.

To provide clarity to owners or developers of heritage-listed properties, or properties impacted by Aboriginal Cultural Heritage or Historic Archaeology, Liverpool City Council has developed a Local Heritage Management Policy which aims to provide upfront, information needed to prepare a development application or to undertake works to a heritage item without consent from Council.

The Draft policy does not add to the requirements for owners, developers or managers, but clearly defines, outlines and guides how an application is to be prepared, and where specialist reports are required, how these documents are drafted.

The purpose of this policy is to minimise any delays to the processing of a development application, but also to encourage where possible, the use of exemption provisions under the Local Environmental Plan that allow for minor works and maintenance to heritage buildings without consent from Council.

A copy of the Heritage Policy can be found here

At the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 7 February 2024, Council resolved to adopt an amendment to the Liverpool Development Control Plan 2008 – (Amendment No. 37) incorporating amendments to Part 1 of LDCP 2008.

The purpose of the amendment is to provide new objectives and controls to incorporate requirements for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in new dwellings.

By implementing these amendments, Council aims to support the adoption of sustainable transportation practices and contribute to both the Australian and NSW Government's goal to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. The Development Control Plan comes into effect on the date of publication of this notice.

A copy of the REF and relevant documentation can be viewed by selecting the link here

Liverpool City Council is the owner of the premises known as the Liverpool PCYC at 100 Cartwright Avenue, Miller NSW 2168

Notice is hereby given that it is proposed to grant a new lease of the existing premises being Lot 100 DP 1118802, 100 Cartwright Avenue, Miller to the existing tenant Liverpool PCYC for the continued use as Police and community youth club associated activities.

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Overview

Liverpool City council is pleased to publicly exhibit concept design of Hopkins Creek Modification Works from Second Avenue to the confluence of Hinchinbrook Creek.

The modification works will resolve current issues of bed and bank erosion, water ponding, excessive weed growth, and challenges with access to undertake maintenance activities and provide reasonable flood protection of properties from a possible 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) flood event.

Key features of the concept design include the following:

  • Upgrading the channel with improved batters and a rock lined base;
  • Incorporating stepping stones into the channel, to enable pedestrian crossing;
  • Providing new tree planting, to replace existing trees that may need to be removed to facilitate the upgrade of the channel, and enhance the character of the site; and
  • Extending and improving the existing culvert, downstream of Hoxton Park Road.

Have your Say

Community consultation is important for successful implementation of the proposed Hopkins Creek modification works, and you are invited to review the design and provide your valuable feedback. A community consultation session regarding the project has been arranged on Saturday 17 February 2024 from 11:00am to 2:00pm at Carnes Hill Community Center, located at 600 Kurrajong Road, Carnes Hill.

Council invites residents and interested members of the public to view the concept design and provide feedback by visiting: listens.liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

The City Development Fund (CDF) is a special rate on all commercial use properties within the identified City Development area boundary which is spent within that boundary on projects to improve all or any of the following aspects of the CBD: image, role, urban design, safety, recreation, public art, heritage, economic development and general amenity.

The purpose of the CDF Policy is to clearly define the geographic boundary that projects funded by the CDF can occur and how the CDF is be managed and reviewed.

Council originally adopted the CDF Policy on 26 May 2015. The policy outlines that the policy be reviewed every two years.

Policy update

The policy update includes the addition of major events, CCTV and streetlights as examples of projects on which the CDF can be spent. The addition of the above contributes to Council’s aspirations for a vibrant, safe and activated nighttime economy and supports the ‘Experience the World’ series in the City Centre.

City Development Fund Policy

Request for Feedback

Council is seeking feedback from interested members of the public by 5pm 8 March 2024. Written feedback is to be emailed to Councils’ City Economy unit at business@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

In accordance with Sections 7.5 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and Section 204 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2021, notice is hereby given that a draft Planning Agreement (VPA-57) and accompanying Explanatory Note have been prepared and are available for public inspection.

The draft Planning Agreement provides for the Developer of VPA-57 at 145 Mersey Road, Bringelly to pay monetary contributions at a rate of 4.6% of the total cost of works provided under development application DA-116/2022 and adjusted by any later modifications to Council. The draft planning agreement also includes conditions to enable the determination of DA-116/2022 by Council.

The draft Planning Agreement and Explanatory Note are available for public inspection from 10 February 2024 to 9 March 2024 on Council’s website.

Council will receive written submissions up until 5 pm on 9 March 2023. Please address your submission to the Chief Executive Officer, quoting VPA-57, and either post it to Locked Bag 7064 Liverpool BC NSW 1871 or email it to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Related documents:

Ventia, on behalf of Transport for NSW will be carrying out drainage maintenance and repair work on Elizabeth Drive between Lawson Road and Cecil Road, Badgerys Creek and Kemps Creek.

More information on the work can be found in the attached community attachment.

Work will take up to 49 night shifts to complete between Monday 5 February and Thursday 11 April 2024, weather permitting. Working hours are between 7pm and 5am, Sunday to Thursday. No work will occur on Friday, Saturday nights or public holidays.

While this work takes place, Elizabeth Drive will remain open, however, there will be temporary lane closures and a reduced speed limit of 40km/h will be in place. Motorists should drive to the conditions and follow the direction of traffic control and signs.

If you have questions about the project or our night work schedule, please contact the Ventia Parkland Engagement team on 1800 577 441 or info.parkland@ventia.com.au

Transport for NSW has provided funds through the Safer Speeds in High Pedestrian Activity and Local Areas for the 2023-24 financial year to provide 40km/h zone in Main Street and Sarah Hollands Drive, Carnes Hill. This is to improve road safety around Carnes Hill shopping precinct.

This requires installation of number of devices and ‘40km/hr High Pedestrian Activity Area (HPAA)’ signs to self-regulate the new speed limit in Main Street and Sarah Hollands Drive. This proposal will address community concern for safe pedestrian crossings across Sarah Hollands Drive. Main Street is within the shopping precinct with high pedestrian movements.

Thus, both streets qualifies for establishment of 40km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area.

In addition, a development has consent condition to install median in Sarah Hollands Drive section between Kurrajong Road and Stonequarry Way. This will also be constructed as part of these works.

The works are scheduled to be completed in the current financial year and is expected for construction to commence in February 2024.

Details and location of the devices, signs and linemarkings are indicated in the attached plans.

Council would appreciate your support for implementing the 40km/h HPAA in Main Street and Sarah Hollands Drive, Carnes Hill.

Written submissions addressed to the CEO can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871, via 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 14 February 2024 quoting CON-2/2024.

For further enquiries, please contact Mahavir Arya, Transport Engineer on 8711 7592 or aryam@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

Carnes

Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting Review of Environmental Factors (REF) for the Bernera Road upgrade of the section between Yarrawa Street and Kurrajong Road, Prestons.

The REF has been prepared to identify possible environmental impacts of the proposed upgrade works and recommends measures to be undertaken during the construction works and operation to minimise environmental impacts.

Council would be undertaking the works in three stages. The stage-1 works involve road upgrade of approximately 300m section south of Yarrawa Street intersection. This is a Federal funded project aimed to increase road capacity and improve travel flow. The remaining two stages involving Bernera Road, Yarrunga Street and Yato Road intersection upgrade and installation of central median up to Kurrajong Road to provide four lane divided road would be undertaken in future subject to available funds.

The stage-1 upgrade involves road widening, installation of median island and rehabilitation to provide a four lane divided road. This works is scheduled to be completed by June 2025. A layout of the road upgrade is shown below.

Bernara road closed

Written submissions to the proposed upgrade, addressed to the CEO can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871, via 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 18 February 2024 quoting BER REF-1/2024.

For further information, please contact Mahavir Arya, Transport Engineer on 8711 7592 or aryam@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting Review of Environmental Factors (REF) for the  Kurrajong Road and Mowbray Street Intersection Upgrade, Prestons.

The REF has been prepared to identify possible environmental impacts of the upgrades works  and recommends measures to be undertaken during the constriction works to minimise  environmental impacts.

The road upgrade is a Federal funded project, aimed to improve road safety at this intersection.

The upgrade is to install new traffic signals which will require local road widening on the  western side and exit access from the adjoining public car park. A layout of the road upgrade is shown below.

KR Map

A copy of the REF and relevant documentation are listed below:

Written submissions to the proposed upgrade, addressed to the CEO can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871, via 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 15 April 2024 quoting KM REF-2/2023.

For further enquiries, please contact Mahavir Arya, Transport Engineer on 8711  7592 or aryam@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

Fourth Ave north bound between Sixth Ave & Haybale St Austral will be closed for approx 10 weeks from the 9th of January. This is required to complete an upgrade of the road. Detours will be in place. North bound traffic will need to detour left at Sixth Ave, right into Contour Rd and then right into Haybale St. Heavy vehicles are not permitted via the above detour and need to use Edmondson Ave. No Stopping restrictions will be in place on both side of Sixth Ave between Fourth Ave & Contour Rd.

road closure Jan

At the 22nd November meeting, Council endorsed to publicly exhibit the Street name Tinonee Street, Hoxton Park and Gula Street, Edmondson Park.

Tinonee Street, Hoxton Park

A Street naming proposal was received in September 2023, to name a new road that is currently under construction off Twentieth Avenue, Hoxton Park.

Image 01Figure 1: Subdivision plan showing location of proposed Tinonee Street

The Street naming theme for the locality is Northern NSW towns and the proposed Street name Tinonee, has been assessed using Council’s Naming Convention Policy and the Geographical Names Board has granted pre-approval.

Tinonee is a small town located on the banks of the Manning River near Taree on the Mid North Coast of NSW.

Image 02Figure 2: Location of suburb Tinonee NSW (source: google maps)

Whilst the name Tinonee does not represent a direct association with the Aboriginal heritage of Liverpool, the proposed name serves as a tribute to the indigenous history of New South Wales. Furthermore, the proposed name ensures a unified theme is continued for the locality.

Gula Street, Edmondson Park

A Street naming proposal was received in April 2023, from a consultant working with Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW), to name the access road for the Edmondson Park North Commuter car park.

Image 03Figure 3: Location of proposed Gula Street (ariel view)

“Gula” as defined in the Dharawal language, means “killing spear”. Council has received a letter of support from Tharawal Aboriginal Land Council, affirming their endorsement for the use of the name. Furthermore, the proposed name ensures a unified theme is continued for the locality.

If you would like further information on the origin of the above mentioned names, a copy of the Council report and minutes can be found on Council’s website or by the following link: https://www.liverpool.nsw.gov.au/council/council-meetings.

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 following reference numbers:

Tinonee Street, Hoxton Park SPN-7/2023

Gula Street, Edmondson Park SPN-8/2023

Should you choose to make a submission, please make it clear if you support or object to any of the above-mentioned proposed names and provide any information that is relevant to support your view.

All submissions must be received by Monday 15th January 2024.

Background

In response to community representations, Council engaged a traffic consultant to undertake an Elizabeth Hills Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) study.

The study involved assessment of traffic conditions, speeding, crash history, community concerns along the key collector and local streets, including Newgate Boulevard, Rosebank Avenue, Duxford Street Dabroyed Drive and Regentville Drive, and to recommend traffic management measures to reduce traffic speed, improve traffic conditions and residential amenity.

The study has identified that Regentville Drive is carrying high through traffic volumes and three other intersections without existing intersection treatments requires treatment to redistribute through traffic to improve road safety.

At its October 2023 meeting, Council on the recommendation of the Liverpool Local Traffic Committee (LTC) resolved that the local community be consulted on the LATM Study recommendations and their comments be considered in undertaking detailed designs and consideration for staged implementation of the study recommendations.

This proposal

The LATM study has recommended the following treatments:

  • Rerouting of southbound traffic through Newgate Boulevard and Rosebank Avenue by restricting movements at the existing roundabout with Wixstead Avenue. This will reduce traffic flow through Regentville Drive.
  • Install a roundabout at the Rosebank Avenue/Duxford Street and Regentville Drive/Dabroyed Drive intersections.
  • Install raised safety platform at Rosebank Avenue/Gowanlea Avenue intersection and raised thresholds at number of locations.

The treatments will redistribute through traffic in the precinct, reduce traffic speed, and improve residential amenity.

A copy of the study report and recommendations are attached. Subject to the community feedback a report will be presented to Council to consider staged implementation of the recommended treatments, in future budgets, depending on funding allocations.

Request for Input

Council is seeking comments from community by 9 February 2024. Written feedback is to be emailed to Councils’ Transport Engineer Mahavir Arya (8711 7592), aryam@liverpool.nsw.gov.au by due date.

Further information can be found on Liverpool Listens.

Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting Review of Environmental Factors (REF) for the Governor Macquarie Drive (GMD) upgrade in the section between Alfred Road and Childs Road, Chipping Norton.

The REF has been prepared to identify possible environmental impacts of the upgrades works and recommends measures to be undertaken during the constriction works to minimise environmental impacts.

The road upgrade is a Federal funded project, aimed to reduce traffic congestion, improve travel time and road safety on the GMD section.

The upgrade includes to provide four lane divided road, parking lane on the eastern side, replacing the existing single lane roundabout at the Alfred Road intersection and with a dual lane roundabout at the Childs Road intersection.

A copy of the REF and relevant documentation can be viewed by selecting the link here

Written submissions to the proposed upgrade, addressed to the CEO can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871, via 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 15 January 2024 quoting GAC REF-1/2023.

For further enquiries, please contact Mahavir Arya, Transport Engineer on 8711 7592 or aryam@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Further information can be found on Liverpool Listens.

We are continuing to upgrade Fourth and Tenth Avenue in Austral, as part of the Sydney Catholic Schools Capital Works Strategy Plan. Burton Contractors is carrying out this work.

Upcoming work

From Tuesday 28 November, we will be closing the northbound lane at Fourth Avenue between Tenth Avenue and Eleventh Avenue to commence road upgrade works. It is expected that the northbound lane will be temporarily unavailable until approximately the end of January 2024.

We will also have a single night of work on Monday 27 November to safely install our traffic set up on Fourth Avenue.

The map overleaf shows the road closure locations and planned detour routes.

How will our work affect you?

The planned closure of Fourth Avenue on Tuesday 28 November will mean that motorists travelling in a southbound direction on Fourth Avenue will be required to detour via Eleventh Avenue, Edmondson Avenue and Eight Avenue.

Motorists travelling in a westbound direction on Eleventh Avenue will be required to turn north at the intersection of Fourth Avenue, and then detour via Twelfth Avenue, Edmondson Avenue and Eight Avenue.

Tenth Avenue will temporarily remain a one-way street between Edmondson Avenue and Fourth Avenue as we continue our upgrade works.

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Work hours

Our work hours are from 7am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays. There will be no work on Sundays or public holidays. Work is dependent on weather and site conditions and is subject to change.

Minimising community impact

Our work activities will require the use of machinery that may generate some noise.

We will work with residents in close proximity to these works to minimise impacts and all work will be carried out in line with project environmental approvals.

Traffic and pedestrian changes

There will be traffic changes in place during our work to ensure the work zone is safe which may affect travel times. Please keep to speed limits and follow signs and traffic controller directions.

We understand that this work will generate some inconvenience in the area. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding while we complete this important work.

We will continue to notify you of any upcoming works.

Access to properties will be maintained for local residents and businesses for the duration of the traffic changes.
(Contact Number – 0429 528 430 – Joshua Macree – Communication and Stakeholder Engagement Advisor)

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2024 ARCHIVED -  PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND NOTICES

At the Council meeting on 28 February 2024, Council resolved to place the Draft Public Interest Disclosures Policy on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.

The Public Interest Disclosures Act 2022 (PID Act) took effect on 1 October 2023. It brings in new arrangements to encourage public officials to report serious wrongdoing. Council’s Draft Public Interest Disclosures Policy is based upon the NSW Ombudsman’s Model Policy.

For further information or to make a submission please contact David Day, Head of Governance at governance@liverpool.nsw.gov.au and reference Draft Public Interest Disclosures Policy. Should you lodge a submission, it will be considered, along with any other submissions received and may be included in Council’s meeting business paper. Submissions will close on 10 April 2024.

The Draft Public Interest Disclosures Policy can be found here

Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting the Draft Plan of Management and Draft Landscape Master Plan for a Key Suburb Park Upgrade for Lions Lookout, in the suburb of Mount Pritchard.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Council invites residents and interested members of the public to view the proposed  Draft Plan of Management and Draft Landscape Master Plan, and provide feedback by completing the online survey here.

Written submissions concerning the Draft Plan of Management and Draft Landscape Master Plan are also invited and should be received by 25 February 2024 (quoting file no. 2022/2439) and addressed to:

Chief Executive Officer

Lions Lookout Consultation (2022/2439)

Locked Bag 7064

LIVERPOOL BC NSW 1871

Or alternatively, email to lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au (quoting file no. 2022/2439)

For enquiries regarding the Draft Plan of Management and Draft Landscape Master Plan – Lions Lookout, please phone Council’s Customer Contact Centre on 1300 36 2170.

Draft Plan of Management and Draft Landscape Master Plan can be found on Liverpool Listens.

Liverpool is one of the fastest growing local government areas in new South Wales. As part of the recently adopted Aquatic Leisure Centre Provision Implementation and Priority Plan, Liverpool City Council has demonstrated high demand for aquatic services in Carnes Hill. The plan focused on a diverse array of leisure opportunities such as aquatic, fitness, and wellness activities to improve the physical, mental, and social wellness of the community.

Council’s objectives for Carnes Hill is to create a vibrant and attractive new community and recreational precinct complementing existing facilities so that people of all backgrounds and abilities are able to access world class aquatic, recreation and sporting facilities that become a key part of their life-style and enhance the health and wellbeing of the community.

The Carnes Hill Aquatic and Recreational Centre masterplan endorsed in 2022, is an integral part of the Council's WestInvest-funded community infrastructure portfolio with a secured grant fund of $53 million. The inclusions of this master plan are:

  • 50m indoor pool
  • Learn to swim pool
  • Leisure pool
  • Spa / steam / sauna area
  • Outdoor water play area
  • Change rooms, family and group
  • Change areas, including Male/Female/Gender Neutral and Family changing Spaces
  • Toilets and amenities including at least two, Changing Places Standard accessible changeroom facilities
  • Storage and plant spaces
  • Café / Restaurant.
  • Gymnastics Hall including supporting amenities

This project will be an addition to the existing Carnes Hill Community precinct which include the Michael Clarke Recreation Centre, a library, community centre, skate park, café and public plaza that was completed in 2016.

Council wishes to publicly exhibit the amendments to the master plan Carnes Hill Aquatic and Recreational Centre that eliminates the risks involved with the relocation of the high voltage transmission lines. The cost to underground the transmission lines would have a significant impact on the project budget and the timeline risking delivery of the project within the terms of the WestInvest funding agreement.

To ensure the project is delivered on time and on budget, Council endorsed a revised masterplan which designs the project in line with TransGrid’s requirements for the electricity cables.

The revised master plan can be found here: Carnes Hill Master Plan

HAVE YOUR SAY

As part of the public exhibition Council invites residents and interested members of the public to view the revised Master plan and provide Council with feedback (quoting File no. 2023/2486).

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 5pm on 19 January 2024.

On the 22nd of November 2023 Council resolved to display the new fee’s and charges on public exhibition prior to endorsement at the February meeting.

If the public would like to comment on these please email the Waste team at resourcerecovery@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

Fee and Charges

Amount Including GST

Description

Mattress Processing Fee – Delivered at Liverpool City Council Depot

$30

This fee structure is established on a per-mattress basis, applicable to each mattress delivered to and processed at the designated Liverpool City Council facility. This fee is charged on the basis of cost recovery.

Mattress Cage Collection & Processing Fee – Collected from Metro Sydney Council Depot

$40

This fee is structured as a per-mattress rate, collected from a metropolitan Sydney Council, and subsequently processed at the designated Liverpool City Council facility. This fee is charged on the basis of cost recovery.

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