Amendment C136 proposes to rezone land in Cape Paterson from the Farming Zone to the General Residential Zone.
- 2 Seaward Drive, Cape Paterson (Lot 1 on Plan of Subdivision 219915T);
- 20 Seaward Drive, Cape Paterson (Lot 1 on Plan of Subdivision 417548A);
- 40 Seaward Drive, Cape Paterson (Lot 2 on Plan of Subdivision 417548A);
- 140 Seaward Drive, Cape Paterson (Lot 3 on Plan of Subdivision 410049H); and
- Seaward Drive, Cape Paterson (Lot 2 on Plan of Subdivision 410049H).
- Rezone approximately 53 hectares of land from the Farming Zone to the General Residential Zone and apply the Development Plan Overlay (Schedule 26) to the entire Cape Paterson north area, included within the settlement boundary;
- Remove the Environmental Significance Overlay (ESO) and the Significant Landscape Overlay (SLO) from the land being rezoned;
- Insert a new Schedule 26 to Clause 43.03 Development Plan Overlay (DPO) to cover the Cape Paterson north area, included within the settlement boundary;
- Insert a new Schedule to Clause 52.01 Public Open Space Contribution and Subdivision; and
- Amends Schedule to Clause 72.03 'What does this Planning Scheme consist of?'
The proponent, Beveridge Williams, requested consideration of the submissions be deferred until early 2021. The reason for the deferral is to allow for the public release of the ‘Draft Statement of Planning Policy’, which is being prepared as part of the State Government’s Distinctive Areas and Landscape Project (DAL). Information about the DAL is available here.
The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning have approved the deferral request in June 2020.
The deferral will ensure that the findings of the DAL project are considered in conjunction with planning scheme amendment C136.
Ministerial Authorisation - 23 October 2019
Exhibitions started (Gazette Notice date) - 16 January 2020
Exhibitions closed - 27 February 2020
Planning Panel Hearing:
Directions hearing - TBA
Panel hearing - TBA
Exhibition of C136 occurred between 16 January 2020 until 27 February 2020. During the exhibition period, Council received 417 submissions.
As per COVID-19 Omnibus (Emergency Measures) Bill 2020, submissions are to be made available online and are no longer required to be available at the Council office.