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Public Exhibitions

Notices of developments, draft Development Control Plans, draft Local Environmental Plans (Planning Proposals), or matters of community interest are placed on Public Exhibition as part of the Community Consultative Process, to enable informed comment.

Naming of new suburbs in Blacktown City

Exhibition Period: 6 April, 2017 to 31 August, 2017

Council is seeking feedback on a proposal to name 11 new suburbs in Blacktown’s North West Priority Growth Area.

SPP-16-04464

Exhibition Period: 7 June, 2017 to 7 July, 2017

ntegrated Development Application for the removal of trees and vegetation, site preparation and excavation works, the construction and use of a 1-2 storey shopping centre with 812 basement and at-grade car parking spaces, building and business identification signage, landscaping and associated services.

SPP-17-00008

Exhibition Period: 30 May, 2017 to 13 June, 2017

Stage 3 detailed application for the construction of 2 residential flat buildings, being part 6, part 7 and part 8 storeys for a total of 215 apartments above 3 levels of basement car parking. The DA also seeks approval for road construction and associated civil and landscaping works.The DA is classified as Integrated Development under Section 91 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 as a bushfire safety authority from NSW Rural Fire Service is required.

DA-17-00584

Exhibition Period: 10 May, 2017 to 9 June, 2017

Integrated Development Application for tree removal, 4 lot subdivision, associated civil works including construction of new roads and construction of a sound wall along the Western Railway Line. The consent authority is Blacktown City Council and the applicant is Frasers Property Pty Ltd. The proposed development is classified as “Integrated Development” pursuant to Section 91 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, as concurrent approval is required from the NSW Department of Primary Industries pursuant to the Water Management Act 2000.

Our Blacktown 2036 – Council plans and 2017-18 budget

Exhibition Period: 10 May, 2017 to 6 June, 2017

• Community Strategic Plan – Our Blacktown 2036 outlines our long term vision for the City and transformational plans for Blacktown’s future • Delivery Program 2017-2021 and Operational Plan 2017-18 sets out our 4 year program and the specific actions and budget for 2017-18 (including rates, capital works and fees and charges)• Resourcing Strategy 2017-2027 identifies the money, assets and people required to deliver our commitments as outlined in Our Blacktown 2036.

DA-16-04187

Exhibition Period: 18 May, 2017 to 1 June, 2017

Demolition, consolidation of existing 4 lots, Torrens Title Subdivison for 84 residential lots, 1 residue, new roads and infrastructure

DA-16-04024

Exhibition Period: 16 May, 2017 to 30 May, 2017

Demolition of existing structures, tree removal and the construction of a seven storey residential flat building containing 61 units. The units consist of 6 x 1 bedroom units, 49 x 2 bedroom units and 6 x 3 bedroom units with two levels of basement car parking for 75 resident spaces and 15 visitor spaces.

DA-16-04557

Exhibition Period: 16 May, 2017 to 30 May, 2017

Demolition of existing structures, consolidation of 4 existing lots and construction of a 6 storey residential flat building comprising 53 residential units, including 7 x 1 bed, 41 x 2 bed, 4 x 3 bed and 1 x 4 bed units, 80 car parking spaces over 2 basement levels and associated landscaping.

JRPP-16-03312

Exhibition Period: 16 May, 2017 to 30 May, 2017

Demolition of existing structures, tree removal and the construction of a part six (6)/ part seven (7) storey residential flat building consisting of 85 residential units with 2 basement car parking levels


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