Have your say on the planning proposal to change minimum site areas for dwellings, multi dwelling housing and residential flat buildings
Council has resolved to amend the Bega Valley Local Environmental Plan 2013 to align development standards for dwelling houses, multi dwelling housing and residential flat buildings with the strategic direction of Council’s adopted Residential Land Strategy.
The planning proposal to change minimum site areas for dwellings, multi dwelling housing and residential flat buildings applies to the following zones:
The outcome of the proposal will be:
The planning proposal will not change existing minimum lot size subdivision controls, floor space ratio site density controls, height of buildings limits, landscaping and setback requirements, or controls relating to consideration of view sharing, overshadowing, car parking or character. The planning proposal will not change the types of residential development that are permitted in each land use zone.
Comments about the planning proposal are welcome during the exhibition period which runs from 20 August to 19 September 2021.
Submissions must include your full name and address, contact details, signature and political donations or gifts disclosure and be addressed to: The Cheif Executive Officer, Bega Valley Shire Council, PO Box 492, Bega NSW 2550, or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009, details of your submission, including your name and address will be publicly available on request. You can request that your name and address not be disclosed by writing “objection in confidence” on your submission, however Council may still be obliged to release these details. Submissions that do not contain the author’s name and address may not be considered as Council will be unable to validate their authenticity.
Council is authorised as the local plan-making authority to exercise the functions for this planning proposal.
Planning Proposal: Minimum site areas for dwellings, multi dwelling housing and residential flat buildings, August 2021
Background: Council Report – Planning proposal to remove minimum site areas for certain residential development
We are seeking your feedback on the planning proposal to change minimum site areas for dwellings, multi dwelling housing and residential flat buildings
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