Exhibition of Planning Proposal to reclassify 91 Main Blacktown

Submissions closing on 19 December 2018, 05:30 PM

The Planning Proposal to reclassify Lot 5A DP 11349, 91 Main Street, Blacktown from community land to operational land is on public exhibition at the Blacktown Civic Centre, 62 Flushcombe Road, Blacktown from 21 November to 19 December 2018.

The Planning Proposal and all other relating documents can be accessed on the NSW Department of Planning and Environment’s LEP tracker website.

At its Ordinary Hearing on 25 July 2018 Council resolved to prepare a Planning Proposal to reclassify this land to operational. Draft plans for Warrick Lane propose the relocation of the existing at-grade carpark to an underground carpark beneath public open space on 81-97 Main Street, Blacktown. The land must be classified as operational for this purpose.

The land is currently classified as “community” land under the Local Government Act 1993.   That Act requires that when land is proposed to be reclassified Council must hold a public hearing chaired by an independent person.

A public hearing pertaining to the reclassification will be held on Friday 1 February 2019, from 10am to 11 am in Committee Room 1, Level 5, Blacktown Civic Centre, 62 Flushcombe Road, Blacktown. 

If you have any queries or want to attend the public hearing, please contact our Strategic Planner Agnes Brejzek on 9839 6512 or email.

How to make a submission

The public notification period will run from Wednesday 21 November 2018 to Wednesday 19 December 2018. Anyone wishing to make a submission on this is invited to forward written submissions to us by 5.30 pm on that last day of exhibition.

Please address your submission to:

Chief Executive Officer

Blacktown City Council

PO Box 63

Blacktown NSW 2148

Submissions can also be forwarded to council@blacktown.nsw.gov.au. A submission by way of objection must set out the grounds of the objection. Any information included in submissions may be made available to third parties in accordance with relevant legislation.