Item 9.3 - Attachment 3
Supplementary Report Considered by Council on 23 February 2009
ITEM NUMBER 8.3
SUBJECT Draft LEP Supplementary Report
REFERENCE F2006/01198 - D01135593
This report follows a Councillor workshop on
(a) That Council adopt the recommendation as contained in Manager Land Use and Transport Planning Report as appended as Attachment 1 as previously considered by Council at its meeting held on 15 December 2009 and subsequently deferred to this meeting.
(b) That the general agreement reached by Councillors at the workshop on 4 February 2008, on the following matters be considered by Council as potential amendments to the draft LEP.
proposed Mixed Use B4 zone on
2 Consultation with the Department of Housing relating to the proposed zoning regime for its land holdings in Telopea and its relationship to its redevelopment plans to ensure a mix of public and private housing and good urban design outcomes.
of replacing the proposed Low Density R2 zone between
4 The proposed Low Density R2 zone between John, Louis and Blaxcell Streets and The Avenue in Granville, being replaced by a High Density R4 zone.
5. The proposed General Industrial Zone IN1 on the corners of Wellington and Clyde Roads and Rawson Road and Ferndell Street, South Granville, being replaced by a Neighbourhood Centre B1 zone.
6 The land between Railway Terrace, Cross Street and Swift Street, Guildford being increased in height to 14 metres.
7 The land
on the western side of
8 The High Density R4 zone in the precinct between Pennant Street, Macarthur Street Victoria Road and the park to the north, being replaced by a Medium Density R3 zone with corresponding height and FSR.
9 Consideration being given to reinserting the zoning, height and FSR controls for the Epping precinct as previously endorsed by Council.
(c) Further, that Council invite the owner(s) of land within the industrial precinct at River West Road, Parramatta, to discuss a process by which the rezoning of the land to allow a mix of uses including residential, be considered.
Council considered a
report on the finalisation and adoption of the comprehensive
(a) That consideration of this matter be deferred to
the Council Meeting to be held on
(b) That a further workshop be held on this issue as early as possible in February so that Councillors who wish to raise matters have the opportunity to do so.
(c) That Councillors raise any concerns/issues prior to the workshop being held.
(d) Further, that in relation to the land on the eastern side of James Ruse Drive presently shown as B5, that a report be brought forward commenting on the submission which has been received by Council resulting out of the internal discussions which have been held between council staff, the Department of Planning and the applicant.
The report previously included on the agenda and deferred, is at attachment 1.
The workshop was held
Since that workshop,
Council resolved the following at it meeting on
(a) That Parramatta City Council seek to address the finalisation of the Parramatta Local Environment Plan in a most timely manner, and in order to give due consideration to all matters pertaining to the city’s future character:
(b) That a report is requested from Council’s Property Section listing all of Council’s properties and promoting a strategy which seeks to ensure that community owned land in Council’s ownership is not disadvantaged, and that scope is provided to maximise the community’s future investments.
(c) That such land will be identified and categorised so as to allow its inclusion in the LEP, after consultation with Council.
(d) That each Council Ward will form a ‘Working Party’ of its Councillors to review the proposed future character of each Ward, and that where discussion is required about land adjacent to Ward boundaries, that the Councillors of both Wards will have equal input.
(e) That each Ward ‘Working Party’ will
deliver its outcomes to the responsible officer by
(f) That after the plan is finally adopted by Council and sent to the Department of Planning for a Section 65 Certificate to enable public exhibition:
(g) That Council undertake an informal exhibition of the plan through each Ward over the pursuing four month period.
(h) That a report is requested outlining the format and process of such an informal exhibition.
(i) That for the purpose of exhibition a method of presentation be developed by Council which will allow easy recognition and understanding of the LEP document.
(j) Further, that the CEO convey Council’s intentions to the Department of Planning.
Given the time lines for the preparation of reports for the Council agenda, it has not been possible to include the further feedback sought in part (e) of Council’s most recent resolution as described above. It is also understood that a report from Council’s Strategic Asset Management Unit addressing part (b) of the above resolution, will be prepared shortly for the Council’s consideration.
Manager Land Use and Transport Planning
Draft LEP report considered on