Proposed Variation to VPA – Riverlands Golf Course site

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Proposed Variation to VPA – Riverlands Golf Course site


You are invited to have your say on a proposed variation (Deed of Variation) to the Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA) that applies to the Riverlands Golf Course site at 67–100 Auld Avenue, 56 Prescott Parade and 123–123A Raleigh Road in Milperra.

The VPA currently requires the completion of certain bank stabilisation works and foreshore land dedication within 12 months of the commencement of the VPA.

The Deed of Variation is proposing to change the VPA to align the timing of these works to key development stages of the residential land, rather than specific calendar dates. However, the Deed of Variation does not change the scope of the works.

The developer has requested the proposed variation to provide an opportunity to obtain the necessary finance to deliver the works, whilst continuing to provide certainty that the works will occur prior to the development of the residential land.

The Deed of Variation and Explanatory Note will be on exhibition until Friday 26 April 2019, and can be viewed at:

  • Council’s Bankstown Customer Service Centre, 66–72 Rickard Road, Bankstown (8.30am–5pm, weekdays except public holidays); or
  • Online download found here.

Have your say

Thank you to all those who have provided submissions. The final report has been adopted by Council.


You are invited to have your say on a proposed variation (Deed of Variation) to the Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA) that applies to the Riverlands Golf Course site at 67–100 Auld Avenue, 56 Prescott Parade and 123–123A Raleigh Road in Milperra.

The VPA currently requires the completion of certain bank stabilisation works and foreshore land dedication within 12 months of the commencement of the VPA.

The Deed of Variation is proposing to change the VPA to align the timing of these works to key development stages of the residential land, rather than specific calendar dates. However, the Deed of Variation does not change the scope of the works.

The developer has requested the proposed variation to provide an opportunity to obtain the necessary finance to deliver the works, whilst continuing to provide certainty that the works will occur prior to the development of the residential land.

The Deed of Variation and Explanatory Note will be on exhibition until Friday 26 April 2019, and can be viewed at:

  • Council’s Bankstown Customer Service Centre, 66–72 Rickard Road, Bankstown (8.30am–5pm, weekdays except public holidays); or
  • Online download found here.

Have your say

Thank you to all those who have provided submissions. The final report has been adopted by Council.

Proposed Variation to VPA – Riverlands Golf Course site

Consultation has concluded