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When a landowner, developer or Council seeks to amend the planning controls in the LEP they need to prepare a Planning Proposal. A Planning Proposal is a report that explains the intended effect of, and justification for, a proposed amendment to the LEP.
The first step in the process is to contact Council to discuss a Planning Proposal. A qualified town planner should also be engaged at the beginning of the process to ensure that the statutory guidelines are adequately addressed and sufficient information is provided to support the proposal.
Review the NSW Planning, Industry and Environment’s guide to preparing planning proposals.
Planning Proposals(PDF, 2MB)
View current Planning Proposals on exhibition.