Planning strategies and controls
Local Planning framework
Proposals to build, demolish, alter or change the use of a building or land are all considered within a framework of planning strategies and controls.Randwick's local planning framework consists of the following key elements:
- Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS)
- Local Environmental Plans (LEPs)
- Development Control Plans (DCPs)
- Section 94 and 94A Development Contributions Plans
- Randwick City Plan
View the Inventory of archived LEPs.
To supplement Council's LEP and DCP, a number of Council policies may also be relevant to rezoning or development applications.
In addition, Randwick Council can provide information on zoning and planning controls via Section 10.7, previously known as Section 149, Planning Certificates .
State Planning framework
State Environmental Planning Policies
State Government strategies, policies and plans guide the future of Sydney and NSW which local Councils must address in their local plans. Key policies applicable in Randwick City are listed below.
The following SEPPs can be found on the NSW Legislation website under EPI's:
- SEPP No. 19 - Bushland in Urban Areas
- SEPP No. 21 - Caravan Parks
- SEPP No. 33 - Hazardous and Offensive Development
- SEPP No. 55 - Remediation of Land
- SEPP No. 64 - Advertising and Signage
- SEPP No. 65 - Design Quality of Residential Flat Development
- SEPP No. 70 - Affordable Housing
- SEPP - (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009
- SEPP - BASIX (Building Sustainability Index) 2004
- SEPP - (Coastal Management) 2018
- SEPP - (Educational Establishments and Child Care Facilities) 2017
- SEPP - (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008
- SEPP - (Housing for Seniors or People with a Disability) 2004
- SEPP - (Infrastructure) 2007
- SEPP - (Mining, Petroleum Production and Extractive Industries ) 2007
- SEPP - (Miscellaneous Consent Provisions ) 2007
- SEPP - (State and Regional Development) 2011
- SEPP - (State Significant Precincts) 2005
- SEPP - (Three Ports) 2013
- SEPP - (Vegetation in Non-Rural Areas) 2017
A Metropolis of Three Cities – The Greater Sydney Region Plan
A Metropolis of Three Cities – The Greater Sydney Region Plan was released in March 2018 by the Greater Sydney Commission. The Plan sets the vision for Greater Sydney over the next 40 years and establishes a 20 year plan to manage growth and change across Greater Sydney in the context of social, economic and environmental matters. See A Metropolis of Three Cities – The Greater Sydney Region Plan.
Eastern City District Plan
The Eastern City District Plan was released in March 2018 by the Greater Sydney Commission. The Plan contains the planning priorities and actions for implementing A Metropolis of Three Cities – The Greater Sydney Region Plan at a district level and is a bridge between regional and local planning. See Eastern City District Plan.