Development Applications on Exhibition

Please Note: State Significant Projects that are submitted to the State are not advertised by Council. 

Not all Development Applications received by the Council require advertising.

Council  follows a Community Participation Plan (CPP) that outlines the mandatory community engagement requirements (how and when Council will engage with the community) on planning matters. The CPP reflects the community participation requirements in planning legislation, including mandatory consultation timeframes.
Please refer to City of Ryde Community Participation Plan(PDF, 660KB) for further information. 

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13 Result(s) Found

Complying Development Proposal: Demolition of existing structures & construction of four multi dwelling terraces & Front Fence & Associated Site Works (288D20)

CDC Number: 288D20  

Approved date: 20/11/2020

Closing 7 October 2022

Development Proposal: Demolition of the existing commercial buildings and construction of a shop top housing development comprising 5 retail premises and 62 dwellings over 2 levels of basement car parking.

Related Documents: The related documents for this application can be viewed on the Online Development Application Tracker.

Submissions regarding the above application must be lodged no later than 7 October 2022.

Closing 7 October 2022

Development Proposal: S.455(1A) Modification to LDA2021/0436 removal of 2 x trees in rear of the property due to Section 73 requirements. 

Related Documents: The related documents for this application can be viewed on the Online Development Application Tracker.

Submissions regarding the above application must be lodged no later than 7 October 2022.

Closing 14 October 2022

Development Proposal: New Community Garden (Morrison Bay Park) to be used and maintained by members of the local community. The development will include tiered levels of gardens, providing accessible garden spaces for community members, incorporating composting and recycling strategies, maximising green initiatives.

Related Documents: The related documents for this application can be viewed on the Online Development Application Tracker.

Submissions regarding the above application must be lodged no later than 14 October 2022.

Closing 31 October 2022

Development Proposal: Construction and operation of a new two-storey indoor sports facility with 4 indoor sports courts and associated amenities, gym, office, kiosk, storage spaces and first aid room. The proposal also includes 32 outdoor netball courts, car parking accessible from Winbourne St, bike parking facilities, footpaths, tree removal, landscaping, signage, stormwater drainage, public domain works and environmental protection measures.

The application is Crown development and will be referred to the Sydney North Planning Panel under the EP&A Act 1979 for determination as the capital investment value exceeds $5 million.

Related Documents: The related documents for this application can be viewed on the Online Development Application Tracker.

Submissions regarding the above application must be lodged no later than 31 October 2022.

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Making Submissions

Anyone may make submissions concerning these applications. Submissions are required to be in writing, and should the submission be by way of objection to the proposal, the submission should specify the grounds of objection. All correspondence should be addressed to the General Manager and can be sent by:

  • Online submission: via the submission form below
  • Email: cityofryde@ryde.nsw.gov.au
  • Post: General Manager, City of Ryde, Locked Bag 2069, North Ryde NSW 1670
  • Drop off: Customer Service Centre (Underneath Ryde Library), 1 Pope Street, Ryde NSW 2112

Council has resolved that all submissions received in relation to rezoning and development applications will be publicly accessible on request.

The supply of personal information is voluntary. However if you choose to make an anonymous submission it may be given less weight (or no weight) in the overall consideration of the application.

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