801-807 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill - proposed voluntary planning agreement


Marrickville Council and 801 NCR Pty Ltd and Maxso Pty Ltd are proposing to enter into a Voluntary Planning Agreement which would take effect should Development Application No.DA201500081 which relates to 801-807 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill be approved by the Joint Regional Planning Panel.

Download a copy of the agreement here

Download an explanatory memorandum explaining the purposes and benefits associated with the agreement here

You can also view hard copies of these documents at Council's Administration Building, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham.


Have your say
Comments in relation to the Agreement are welcomed, using the online submisson form below. Closing date for comments is 5pm on Tuesday 1 September 2015

Marrickville Council and 801 NCR Pty Ltd and Maxso Pty Ltd are proposing to enter into a Voluntary Planning Agreement which would take effect should Development Application No.DA201500081 which relates to 801-807 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill be approved by the Joint Regional Planning Panel.

Download a copy of the agreement here

Download an explanatory memorandum explaining the purposes and benefits associated with the agreement here

You can also view hard copies of these documents at Council's Administration Building, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham.


Have your say
Comments in relation to the Agreement are welcomed, using the online submisson form below. Closing date for comments is 5pm on Tuesday 1 September 2015


  • Council votes in favour of entering into the VPA

    over 3 years ago

    Five submissions were received through the public exhibition period and three of these addressed the terms of the Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA), as opposed to the DA or broader planning issues. These submissions were included in a report which was considered by Council at a meeting on 8 September. At this meeting, Council voted in favour of entering into the VPA.

    Five submissions were received through the public exhibition period and three of these addressed the terms of the Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA), as opposed to the DA or broader planning issues. These submissions were included in a report which was considered by Council at a meeting on 8 September. At this meeting, Council voted in favour of entering into the VPA.