Planning proposal for 85 Margaret Street, Petersham


Council is proposing to change the planning controls for the property known as 85 Margaret Street, Petersham. The property contains a dwelling house and is currently part of the Petersham TAFE site (see map).

Key features of the planning proposal on public exhibition

  • To rezone land from SP2 Educational Establishment to R2 Low Density Residential

  • To impose a maximum Floor Space Ratio control on the subject land of F (0.6:1) with a thick red line and labelled F . (The proposed Floor Space Ratio control is the same floor space ratio control that applies to other residentially zoned properties in Margaret Street in the immediate area)

  • To impose a maximum Height of Building control on the subject land of 9.5 metres. (The proposed height of building control is the same height control that applies to other residentially zoned properties in Margaret Street in the immediate area)

Read the planning proposal and supporting documents for 85 Margaret Street, Petersham here

Hard copy information is available at

  • Petersham Service Centre, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham

Have your say

- Online using the form below

- By post, addressed to The Interim General Manager, Inner West Council, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham 2019. Please mark your submission 17/SF133

Submissions close at 5.00pm on Friday 17 March 2017

Enquiries


The NSW Minister of Planning & Environment has delegated the making of the Plan to Council.

Council is proposing to change the planning controls for the property known as 85 Margaret Street, Petersham. The property contains a dwelling house and is currently part of the Petersham TAFE site (see map).

Key features of the planning proposal on public exhibition

  • To rezone land from SP2 Educational Establishment to R2 Low Density Residential

  • To impose a maximum Floor Space Ratio control on the subject land of F (0.6:1) with a thick red line and labelled F . (The proposed Floor Space Ratio control is the same floor space ratio control that applies to other residentially zoned properties in Margaret Street in the immediate area)

  • To impose a maximum Height of Building control on the subject land of 9.5 metres. (The proposed height of building control is the same height control that applies to other residentially zoned properties in Margaret Street in the immediate area)

Read the planning proposal and supporting documents for 85 Margaret Street, Petersham here

Hard copy information is available at

  • Petersham Service Centre, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham

Have your say

- Online using the form below

- By post, addressed to The Interim General Manager, Inner West Council, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham 2019. Please mark your submission 17/SF133

Submissions close at 5.00pm on Friday 17 March 2017

Enquiries


The NSW Minister of Planning & Environment has delegated the making of the Plan to Council.


  • Department of Planning & Environment approves amendment to the Marrickville Local Environmental Plan 2011

    over 1 year ago

    The draft amendment to change planning controls for 85 Margaret Street, Petersham, in the MLEP 2011, came into force on 16 June 2017.

    The draft amendment to change planning controls for 85 Margaret Street, Petersham, in the MLEP 2011, came into force on 16 June 2017.

  • Council seeks approval from DP&E for final approval

    over 1 year ago

    Council considered a report about the proposal to change planning controls for 85 Margaret Street, Petersham, at a meeting on 26 April 2017.

    Council determined that:

    • the report be received and noted; and
    • Council forwards the draft amendment to MLEP 2011 to the Department of Planning & Environment seeking final approval and gazettal.
    Read the report (go to page 563)

    Council considered a report about the proposal to change planning controls for 85 Margaret Street, Petersham, at a meeting on 26 April 2017.

    Council determined that:

    • the report be received and noted; and
    • Council forwards the draft amendment to MLEP 2011 to the Department of Planning & Environment seeking final approval and gazettal.
    Read the report (go to page 563)