Stage 1: Early Engagement
- Early engagement with the community and landowners
- Interactive mapping
In 2019, Council completed their Local Strategic Planning Statement, known as Connective City 2036. This document sets out the strategic land use vision for Canterbury-Bankstown. Connective City 2036 recognises the Campsie Town Centre as one of two Strategic Centres of Canterbury-Bankstown. Connective City 2036 also identifies the need to develop a place-based and design-led Master Plan to lead the growth of Campsie.
The aim of this Master Plan is to improve the quality of development in Campsie, and create a place that the community can be proud of. In line with Connective City 2036, Council has commenced the master planning process for Campsie. The Master Plan provides the opportunity to co-locate genuine job-generating development with housing, services, utilities and social infrastructure. The Master Plan will develop mechanisms to improve the quality and sustainability of the Town Centre and create a great place for people. This involves the preparation of a series of technical studies to guide growth and change. Once finalised the Master Plan will be developed into a planning proposal that updates the objectives and controls of Council’s Local Environmental Plan and Development Control Plan.
This project is being partly funded by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.
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Community members will contribute to the Master Plan via a range of methods.
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Development of Master Plan and ongoing engagement
The Master Plan will be developed by Council’s multidisciplinary team of experts, with input from technical consultants and ongoing community engagement.
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Planning Proposal submitted for Gateway Determination
The Planning Proposal together with the Master Plan are to be reported to the Local Planning Panel and Council for submission to the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment for a Gateway Determination*, seeking approval for public exhibition.
*Before a planning proposal goes on formal exhibition, it must go through the ‘Gateway Process’. The ‘Gateway Process’ refers to assessment of the Planning Proposal by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.
A ‘Gateway Determination’ is issued when the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment decide that a planning proposal can process to the next stage of the plan making process.
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Gateway Determination Pending
The Planning Proposal is submitted to the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment for Gateway Determination including approval to proceed to formal exhibition.
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The Planning Proposal will be on formal exhibition for public comment. The Master Plan will be exhibited as a supporting document.
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Review of submissions and consideration by Council
Following exhibition, all submissions will be reviewed, and the Planning Proposal will be considered by Council to determine whether it will proceed for finalisation.
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The final outcomes of the consultation will be documented here, and the Planning Proposal will be sent back to the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment for finalisation and implementation.
You are invited to have your say by completing an online submission below. If you have questions or want to learn more about the project, please contact the Council officers listed on this page.
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By post to Mr Matthew Stewart, General Manager, City of Canterbury Bankstown PO Box 8, Bankstown NSW 1885
Thank you to those who have provided their feedback. Submissions are now closed.
Thank you to those who have provided their feedback. Submissions are now closed.
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