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...


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 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.

Project Overview

Council has prepared the draft Liverpool Rural Lands Strategy as required by action 16.1 of the Local Strategic Planning Statement – Connected Liverpool 2040 (LSPS). This draft strategy applies to land including Denham Court and suburbs west of Austral. The strategy aims to guide the retention, improvement, rezoning and development of rural lands in the Liverpool Local Government Area (LGA).

The draft strategy identifies the need for agricultural lands to be recognised for their economic productivity value, as well as their intrinsic and landscape values. The strategy recognises that our planning framework needs to respond to issues in our rural areas, including the protection of biodiversity values, protection of rural heritage and management of areas which will transition to urban lands in the future.

The strategy will be important in providing guidance to any Liverpool Local Environmental Plan 2008 (LEP) and Development Control Plan (DCP) amendment in these areas, including planning controls for both land-uses (zoning) and built form.

To view all the related documents click here

Who’s Listening:

Submissions are invited from the public and can be sent to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC, NSW 1871 or via email to Written submissions should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, and be received by 5pm on 1 August 2023, quoting 2022/3079.

For further enquiries, please contact Kweku Aikins, Senior Strategic Planner, on 1300 36 2170 or

What happens next?

All submissions will be assessed and reported to Council.

In line with section 253 (1) of the Local Government Act 1993, Council must give public notice of its intention to amend its Civic Expenses and Facilities Policy and seek community feedback.

Council has amended the policy to include an additional clause, which can be found at 4.8.2 (g).

In accordance with that decision, Councils draft Civic Expenses and Facilities Policy is placed on public exhibition until Wednesday 22 June 2023.

For further information regarding this public exhibition, please contact Jessica Saliba, Coordinator Governance at referencing the ‘Civic Expenses and Facilities Policy’.

Should you lodge a submission, it will be considered, along with any other submissions received and may be included in Council’s business paper.

Draft Civic Expenses and Facilities Policy

Liverpool City Council is publicly exhibiting the draft Delivery Program 2022-2026 and Operational Plan 2023-2024, Statement of Revenue Pricing Policy (fees and charges) and Long-Term Financial Plan from 25 May – 21 June 2023.

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 Council will deliver in 2023-2024.

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.

Have your say

Council invites residents and interested members of the public to view the draft plans below and provide Council with feedback.


Click the image to view the map in pdf

How to make a submission:

  1. Take our survey here
  2. Send your response with the reference number 2023/1368 addressed to: The Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC, NSW 1871
  3. Email

Submissions close 5pm, Wednesday 21 June 2023.

Community Information Session

Council welcomes interested members of the public to register for a Community Information Session to discuss the Plans on 15 June 2023 at 5.30pm.

Registrations close 5 pm Tuesday 13 June 2023.

Please contact the Corporate Reporting team at if you require further information.

CPB Contractors Ghella are completing the station boxes and tunnelling works for Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport.

Construction at the Aerotropolis site is continuing over the next two months. Most work will be carried out during standard construction hours Monday to Friday 7am to 6pm and Saturday 8am to 1pm. Some out-of-hours work activities will be carried out to mitigate quality and safety risks.

Out-of-hours work in June and July will include:

  • Oversized plant and equipment deliveries, excavated material removal, survey, formwork, utility adjustments and waterproofing
  • Low noise impact work including station box and tunnel excavation, mesh installation, shotcreting and ground support installation will start in early June and occur up to seven days a week, 24 hours a day
  • Concrete pours and associated works will occur up to six days per week from Monday to Friday 6pm to 10pm and Saturday 1pm to 4pm
  • Work to construct stub tunnels, including spoil removal and haulage, is planned to commence in June and will occur 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Standard construction hours work in June and July will include:

  • Ongoing site establishment including maintenance, and installing internal roads, signage, temporary site utilities and environmental controls
  • Site wide and station box excavation including earthworks, anchor installation, rock bolting and shotcreting
  • Site wide concrete works, including installation of steel reinforcement and formwork for various structures
  • Construction and commissioning of a water treatment plant and dewatering of sediment basin
  • Delivering and removing plant, equipment and excavated material with truck and trailers
  • Construction of stub tunnels for proposed future extensions of the Metro line
  • Safely removing hazardous materials, in line with SafeWork NSW and Environment Protection Authority guidelines, and Sydney Metro health and safety procedures
  • Site photography using drone cameras above the construction site.

Liverpool City Council resolved, at its meeting on Wednesday 25 September 2019, 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. At its meeting of 26 February 2020 Council adopted the Intermodal Precinct Committee Charter, which guides the Committee’s functions.

As a result of one of the currently appointed community members being elected as a Councillor, and one community representative resigning, Council is now seeking two community representatives to serve on the committee. Committee members serve in a voluntary capacity.

The functions of the Committee are:

  • 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;
  • To make recommendations to Council regarding achievement of positive and negative outcomes for the residents of Liverpool.

The first meeting of the Committee was held in June 2020 and from then on, a quarterly basis. Council decided more recently to conduct the meetings every second month.

Council will receive expressions of interest for Committee membership up until 5:00pm on 30 June 2023.

Please complete the Expressions of Interest Form which can be downloaded here or is available on Council’s website.

Please address your Expression of Interest to the Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, quoting Ref: Intermodal Precinct Committee EOI via email to

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 Reconciliation Action Plan 2023 – 2024 (RAP).

The RAP outlines Council‘s commitment to working alongside our First Nations communities to improve the lives of the local community and celebrate the rich Aboriginal cultures in Liverpool. The plan outlines key strategies and goals for Council to implement when working with First Nations communities to ensure positive outcomes for individuals and community groups, acknowledge and celebrate culture and heritage, and promote the advancement of First Nations people in Liverpool. This plan will also be submitted to Reconciliation Australia for formal endorsement.

Written submissions are invited from the public and should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer (quote Reconciliation Action Plan) by 5pm, 13 June 2023

Submissions must be made in writing to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871 or by email to

For further enquiries relating to the Plan, please contact Jacqueline Newsome, Coordinator Community Development on 8711 7781 or

The following applications have been made to Council seeking approval for the development listed below. Before Council makes any decision on the application, any person may make a submission to the consent authority concerning the development applications during the submission period specified. Submissions must specify the grounds of objection, if any.

The development applications and the documents accompanying the application, including any environmental impact statements, are available for inspection online at

For designated development, unless the Independent Planning Commission has held a public hearing, a person who objected to the development by making a submission and who is dissatisfied with the determination of the consent authority to grant development consent, may appeal to the Court, and if the Independent Planning Commission holds a public hearing, the Commission’s determination of the application is final and not subject to appeal.


The following development application has a 14 day exhibition period which commences on public exhibition from Wednesday 26 April 2023 and concludes on Wednesday 10 May 2023:

ProposalChange of use to an educational establishment and fitout
ApplicantMR W PURDON

LOT 59 DP 1021820, LOT 60 DP 1021820

Assessing OfficerAnisur Rahman Mahmud: 02 8711 7918
Consent authorityLiverpool City Council
Council referenceDA-70/2023

The Chief Executive Officer
Liverpool City Council
Locked Bag 7064
Liverpool BC NSW 1871

Or your submission can be lodged online at or emailed to:

The lodging of a submission with Council is voluntary. However, if you do not choose to lodge a submission, your views may not be taken into account by Council regarding the matter in which you are interested.

Please note that information collected by Council regarding development applications and associated documents, including submissions relating to development applications, is open access information that can be obtained by members of the public under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. However, in accordance with Guideline 3 issued by the Information and Privacy Commissioner, Council will not publish any personal information relating to development applications, including any personal details contained within public submissions, on Council's website.

NSW legislation requires the public disclosure of donations or gifts when a person is lodging or commenting on a development proposal. (Refer to Council’s website or contact Council for a copy of the relevant disclosure form.)

A person making a public submission in relation to a development application lodged with Council must disclose any reportable political donation or gift made in the previous two years (and up to the time the matter is determined) to anyone by that person or any associate of that person including:

  • All reportable political donations made to any Councillor (A reportable political donation, being for an amount of or above $1,000, includes any donation made at the time the person was a candidate for election to Council.)
  • All gifts made to any Councillor or staff member of Council. (A gift includes a gift of money or the provision of any other valuable thing or service for no consideration or inadequate consideration.)

The Draft Display of Goods on Footpaths Local Approvals Policy outlines the type and location of goods that can be displayed by businesses on footpaths in front of their shops. Council endorsed the public exhibition of the draft Policy at the Ordinary Meeting on 29 March 2023.

The Draft Policy allows the display of goods without an application to Council if they comply with the criteria and conditions specified under the Draft Policy.

Display of Goods on Footpaths Local Approvals Policy

Written submissions are invited from the public, to be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer (quote Display of Goods on Footpaths - Local Approvals Policy) by 5pm, 22 May 2023.

Submissions must be made in writing to Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC NSW 1871 or by email to

As part of our TfNSW - MR580 Henry Lawson Drive Upgrade Stage 1A - Tower Road to Auld Ave – Project, a long-term 60km/h Roadworks Speed limit will be implemented along Newbridge Road, Chipping Norton/Milperra NSW, as per the below image and attached TGS.

The speed limit will be implemented from 5am Tuesday morning 2nd May 2023.

Road Name

Current Existing Speed

Speed Limit as of 2nd May 2023

Henry Lawson Drive


60km/h Roadworks

Milperra Road


60km/h Roadworks

Newbridge Road (LCC LGA)


60km/h Roadworks

The following actions have been, or will be, completed prior to implementation.

  • A VMS Strategy will be implemented 7 days prior to the speed change to advise motorists.
  • ROL applications have been submitted to TMC/CJP for the Speed Zone Authorisation (SZA).  These are currently being assessed. Once approved a copy of these can be provided to council if required for records.
  • Notification has been provided to Liverpool Police and Canterbury Police of the upcoming speed limit changes.

If you require any additional information, please feel free to give me a call.