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Planning Proposal 2-6 Chatham Road & Draft DCP Part 4.3 West Ryde Town Cntr

Consultation closed on 04 August 2017

Planning Proposal 2-6 Chatham Road, West Ryde

The Planning Proposal for 2-6 Chatham Road, West Ryde, aims to amend the floor space and height controls for the subject site and explains the intended effect and justification of these amendments.

Draft Amendments to the Ryde Local Environment Plan 2014 (RLEP 2014)

The intended outcome of the Planning Proposal amendments is to:

  • Increase the maximum height control for the subject site from 15.5 metres to 24 metres
  • Increase the Floor Space Ratio (FSR) control for the subject site from 1.25:1 to 3:1

Draft Development Control Plan Part 4.3 West Ryde Town Centre

Draft Amendments to Part 4.3 West Ryde Town Centre of the Ryde Development Control Plan 2014 (RDCP 2014)

The amendments to the draft DCP include:

  • Amend setback controls to reflect public domain expansion and active frontage requirements along Chatham Road
  • Provide an additional built form control to manage the interface between higher scale mixed use development and lower scale residential uses
  • Amend Pedestrian Circulation Framework controls to include the subject site as a Key Pedestrian Area
  • Amend public domain controls to insert site-specific design provisions for the linear urban plaza, which includes the 4-metre street frontage setback and existing footpath along Chatham Road
  • Update all references to SEPP 65 - Design Quality of Residential Apartment Development and the Apartment Design Guide

The Department of Planning and Environment issued a Gateway Determination on 3 February 2017, which stipulates the public exhibition of the Planning Proposal for a minimum of 28 days in accordance with Sections 56(2)(c) and 57 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. The Department has also issued delegation to Council to make the changes to the LEP.

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Have Your Say is now closed

Published on 4 August 2017

The feedback period for the Planning Proposal for 2-6 Chatham Road and Draft Development Control Plan Part 4.3 for West Ryde Town Centre is now closed. 

 

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 7 June 2017

A Planning Proposal for 2-6 Chatham Road and a Draft Development Control Plan Part 4.3 for West Ryde Town Centre is on public exhibition from 7 June to 4 August 2017.

Have Your Say

All submissions must be received by Council by 4.30pm on Friday 4 August 2017.

Submissions can be made by using the online submission below, by email or post.

Written submissions must be clearly marked as Planning Proposal 2-6 Chatham Road and Draft DCP Part 4.3 West Ryde Town Centre. They can be sent to:

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    Planning Proposal 2-6 Chatham Rd and draft DCP Part 6.6 West Ryde Town Centre

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    Hard Copies of the Documents

    From Wednesday 7 June until Friday 4 August 2017 hard copies of the Planning Proposal and Draft DCP, including maps and related material, are available to be viewed at: 

    • Customer Service Centre
      1 Pope Street, Ryde 
      (Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 5.00pm)
    • North Ryde Office Reception
      Level 1, Building 0, 3 Richardson Place, North Ryde
      (Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm)
    • West Ryde Library
      (during branch hours)

    For further information please call our Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222.

    Last updated on 1 September 2017