149-171 Milton Street Ashbury - Exhibition of Planning Proposal and Development Control Plan Amendment

Consultation has concluded, feedback on this project will be available shortly.

The site at 149-171 Milton Street Ashbury is occupied by light industrial uses and backs on to WH Wagner Oval.

Council has determined to take over the planning for the site, which will set height, density and access points for future development at the site. Council is proposing this site makes way for revitalised future housing requirements, in keeping with the aesthetics of the area.

Council submitted a proposal to the Department of Planning and Environment, and this has been assessed. A Gateway Determination has been made, which means that the Proposal has merit to be exhibited. Following this community consultation, a final decision on the Proposal will be made by Council taking into account any received comments and/or submissions. Importantly any future development will still be required to be assessed through the full Development Application process which will also include public consultation.

Community Information Sessions:

We want to understand what you think and how we can work with you as this project is developed. An initial community information session was hosted on Saturday 9 December 2017 and if you wish to have your say and speak directly with a member of the project team, a second community information session is scheduled:

  • When: Wednesday 7 February 2018 Time: 5pm-7pm
    Venue:
    Ashbury Senior Citizens Centre, 66 Princess Street (cnr Searle Street) Ashbury.

Have questions about the sessions?

If you have questions and/or would like more information about this project and the community information sessions, please contact Straight Talk who have been contracted to facilitate community engagement for this project. Straight Talk can be contacted by email at talk@straight-talk.com.au

The exhibition period closes at 5pm on 16 February 2018.

How do I provide feedback?

To participate complete the below online feedback form. If you are unable to complete the feedback electronically, you can submit your comments in writing to:

  • The Interim General Manager, City of Canterbury Bankstown, PO Box 8, Bankstown NSW 1885;
  • Email council@cbcity.nsw.gov.au; or
  • Fax 9707 9700 for the Attn: Tom Foster


The site at 149-171 Milton Street Ashbury is occupied by light industrial uses and backs on to WH Wagner Oval.

Council has determined to take over the planning for the site, which will set height, density and access points for future development at the site. Council is proposing this site makes way for revitalised future housing requirements, in keeping with the aesthetics of the area.

Council submitted a proposal to the Department of Planning and Environment, and this has been assessed. A Gateway Determination has been made, which means that the Proposal has merit to be exhibited. Following this community consultation, a final decision on the Proposal will be made by Council taking into account any received comments and/or submissions. Importantly any future development will still be required to be assessed through the full Development Application process which will also include public consultation.

Community Information Sessions:

We want to understand what you think and how we can work with you as this project is developed. An initial community information session was hosted on Saturday 9 December 2017 and if you wish to have your say and speak directly with a member of the project team, a second community information session is scheduled:

  • When: Wednesday 7 February 2018 Time: 5pm-7pm
    Venue:
    Ashbury Senior Citizens Centre, 66 Princess Street (cnr Searle Street) Ashbury.

Have questions about the sessions?

If you have questions and/or would like more information about this project and the community information sessions, please contact Straight Talk who have been contracted to facilitate community engagement for this project. Straight Talk can be contacted by email at talk@straight-talk.com.au

The exhibition period closes at 5pm on 16 February 2018.

How do I provide feedback?

To participate complete the below online feedback form. If you are unable to complete the feedback electronically, you can submit your comments in writing to:

  • The Interim General Manager, City of Canterbury Bankstown, PO Box 8, Bankstown NSW 1885;
  • Email council@cbcity.nsw.gov.au; or
  • Fax 9707 9700 for the Attn: Tom Foster