Council invites you to have your say on a Planning Proposal to amend the current Canterbury Local Environmental Plan (LEP) (2012) and the subsequent Draft Consolidated Canterbury Bankstown Local Environmental Plan (Draft CBLEP) (2021).
The intended outcomes this proposal is seeking is to amend the current LEP and the subsequent Draft CBLEP to increase the maximum building height control of the site from 12m to 45.5m, and introduce a maximum Floor Space Ratio (FSR) of 5.1:1. The proposal seeks to provide a site specific framework that enables the redevelopment of the site for a private hospital, providing a range of high-quality medical care including inpatient and outpatient services.
The amendments to planning controls are summarised as follows:
- Permit a maximum building height of part 45.5 metres, excluding the land that is not for the purposes of a hospital on the subject site.
- Permit a maximum FSR of up to 5.1:1, excluding the land that is not for the purposes of a hospital on the subject site.
Council has also resolved to prepare amendments to the Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012, Canterbury Bankstown DCP 2021 and a draft Planning Agreement, including an explanatory note to deliver infrastructure needs arising from the Planning Proposal applying to 445 Canterbury Road, Campsie.
The Minister for Planning has not delegated the making of this Plan to Council.
Timeline item 1 - active
Wednesday 21 September 2022 - Friday 28 October 2022
This consultation is open for contributions.
Timeline item 2 - incomplete
Friday 28 October 2022 05:00 pm
Contributions to this exhibition are closed, reviewed and reported back to the project team.
Timeline item 3 - incomplete
Report to Council
The Proposal with a summary of the community feedback received over this exhibition period is considered by Council.
If you have questions or want to learn more about the project, please email us or contact the Council officers listed below.
By post to Mr Matthew Stewart, General Manager, City of Canterbury Bankstown PO Box 8, Bankstown NSW 1885