Council seeks your feedback on the site specific amendment to the Leichhardt Local Environmental Plan 2013 for 36 Lonsdale and 64-70 Brenan Streets, Lilyfield.
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPI&E) issued a Gateway determination for the planning proposal for the above site. Council has been given delegation as the Planning Proposal Authority to exhibit the proposal but not the authority to make the plan.
Key features of the planning proposal
Proposed changes to the current planning controls for this land in the Leichhardt Local Environmental Plan (LLEP) 2013 will:
- Increase the maximum floor space ratio from 0.6:1 to 1.5:1
- Restrict the maximum building height to RL 33.2 or 5 storeys
- Add the site to the Key Sites Map as Key Site 7 of LLEP 2013 and
- Add a site-specific clause to LLEP 2013 which includes the following provisions:
- objectives for the future redevelopment of the site
- setbacks and a maximum height in storeys and
- a requirement for non-residential ground uses next to the City West Link.
- Read item four in Council report
- View item four in Council minutes
Have your say
- By completing the Lonsdale and Brenan Streets Planning Proposal submission form
- By mail: Inner West Council, PO Box 14, Petersham 2049. Please mark your submission Lonsdale and Brenan Streets, Lilyfield Planning Proposal
Submissions close on Friday 18 December 2020.
Other ways to provide feedback
We want to make sure everybody has the opportunity to provide ideas and feedback.
If you need an interpreter you can contact us through the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450. and ask to speak to Inner West Council on 02 9392 5689.
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- Voice Relay number: 1300 555 727
- TTY number: 133 677
- SMS relay number: 0423 677 767
What happens next?
Following the exhibition period the Council will consider the submissions and decide whether it will recommend that the Minister of Planning should make the proposed LEP amendment. The final decision to make the plan rests with the Minister for Planning. When the final decision is made and if the amendment is approved the change is gazetted (published on the NSW legislation website).