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Draft Amendments to North Ryde Station Precinct Development Control Plan

Consultation closed on 23 September 2015
What is a Development Control Plan (DCP)?
A Development Control Plan is a document which contains a set of detailed planning and design guidelines that complements the controls of a local environmental plan (LEP). 

What is the Purpose of the draft amendments to the North Ryde Station Precinct Development Control Plan?
The purpose of the draft amendments to the North Ryde Station Precinct Development Control Plan is to change the car parking rates for residential development to be consistent with the Macquarie Park Corridor parking rates. 

Where does the North Ryde Station Precinct DCP apply?
The DCP applies to certain land in the vicinity of North Ryde Station.

Latest Updates

Planning and Environment Committee Resolution

Published on 9 December 2015

Council adopted the proposed amendments to the North Ryde Station Precinct Development Control Plan on 8 December 2015. These amendments come into effect from 12 January 2016.

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 26 August 2015

The Draft amendments to North Ryde Station Precinct Development Control Plan will be publicly exhibited from 26 August 2015 to 23 September 2015, 4.30pm.

Council Resolution 11 August 2015

Published on 12 August 2015

At its meeting dated 11 August 2015, Council resolved:

'(a) That Council endorse the amendments to the North Ryde Station Precinct Development Control Plan as shown at ATTACHMENT 1, and that the amended DCP be placed on public exhibition in accordance with the provisions of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act.


(b) That the outcomes of the exhibition are reported back to Council.'


Have Your Say

Submissions can be made online, by e-mail or post.

Written submissions must be clearly marked as ‘Draft amendments to North Ryde Station Precinct Development Control Plan' and will be received up until 4.30pm Wednesday 23 September 2015. They can be sent to:

Online Submission

    Draft amendments to North Ryde Station Precinct Development Control Plan


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    Personal information collected from you is held and used by Council under the provisions of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998. The supply of information is voluntary, however if you cannot provide, or do not wish to provide the information sought, Council may be unable to process your application or request, or consider your submission. Please note that the exchange of information between the public and Council, may be accessed by others and could be made publicly available under the Government Information Public Access Act 2009 (GIPA Act). If you require further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222.


    View the Plan

    Hard Copies of the Plan

    Copies are also available to be viewed at:

    • Customer Service Counter
      at the Civic Centre

      1 Devlin Street, Ryde
      (Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm)
    • Ryde Planning and Business Centre
      1 Pope Street, Ryde
      (Monday - Friday, 9.00am - 5.00pm) 
    • Ryde Library
      1 Pope St, Ryde
      (during branch hours)
    • North Ryde Library
      201 Cox's Rd, North Ryde
      (during branch hours)



    Political Gifts and Donations

    Please note that in accordance with the Environment Planning and Assessment Act 1979, a person who makes a public submission to Council in relation to the draft DCP is required to disclose the following reportable political donations and gifts (if any) made by a person making the submission (or any associate of that person) within the period commencing two years before the submission is made and ending with when the draft DCP is made:

    • All reportable political donations made to any councillor
    • All gifts made to any councillor, candidate or employee

    Further information on reportable political donations and a copy of the Political Donations Disclosure form is available from the Department of Planning and Environment website.

    Last updated on 4 July 2017