Canterbury-Bankstown Development Control Plan 2023

Canterbury-Bankstown Development Control Plan 2023
Canterbury-Bankstown Development Control Plan 2023 Canterbury-Bankstown Development Control Plan 2023  

​​Index of Canterbury-Bankstown Development Control Plan 2023

CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1.1 - Introduction and Administration

CHAPTER 2 – SITE CONSIDERATIONS

Chapter 2.1 - Site Analysis

Chapter 2.2 - Flood Risk Management

Chapter 2.3 - Tree Management

Chapter 2.4 - Pipeline Corridors

CHAPTER 3 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Chapter 3.1 - Development Engineering Standards

Chapter 3.2 - Parking

Chapter 3.3 - Waste Management

Chapter 3.4 - Sustainable Development

Chapter 3.5 - Subdivision

Chapter 3.6 - Signs

Chapter 3.7 - Landscape

CHAPTER 4 – HERITAGE

Chapter 4.1 - Introduction

Chapter 4.2 - Heritage Items

Chapter 4.3 - Heritage Conservation Areas

Chapter 4.4 - Development in the Vicinity of Places of Heritage Significance

CHAPTER 5 – RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION

Chapter 5.1 - Former Bankstown LGA

Chapter 5.2 - Former Canterbury LGA

CHAPTER 6 – STRATEGIC CENTRES

Chapter 6.1 - General Requirements

Chapter 6.2 - Bankstown City Centre

Chapter 6.3 - Campsie Town Centre

CHAPTER 7 – COMMERCIAL CENTRES

Chapter 7.1 - General Requirements

Chapter 7.2 - City West

Chapter 7.3 - City East

Chapter 7.4 - Neighbourhood Centres

CHAPTER 8 – EMPLOYMENT LANDS 

Chapter 8.1 - General Requirements

Chapter 8.2 - Canterbury Road Enterprise Corridor

Chapter 8.3 - Hume Highway Enterprise Corridor

CHAPTER 9 – INDUSTRIAL PRECINCTS

Chapter 9.1 - General Requirements

CHAPTER 10 – OTHER DEVELOPMENT

Chapter 10.1 - Child Care Centres

Chapter 10.2 - Schools

Chapter 10.3 - Home Businesses

Chapter 10.4 - Non Residential Land Uses

Chapter 10.5 - Places of Public Worship

Chapter 10.6 - Commercial Land Uses

Chapter 10.7 - Sex Services Premises

Chapter 10.8 - Telecommunications Facilities

CHAPTER 11 – KEY DEVELOPMENT SITES

Chapter 11.1 - 149-171 Milton Street - Ashbury

Chapter 11.2 - Undercliff Bridge Precinct - Earlwood

Chapter 11.3 - 52-60 Roberts Road - Greenacre

Chapter 11.4 - Croydon Street Precinct Lakemba

Chapter 11.5 - Former Riverlands Golf Course Site - Milperra

Chapter 11.6 - Former Potts Hills Reservoirs Site - Potts Hill

Chapter 11.7 - 30-46 Auburn Road - Regents Park

Chapter 11.8 - 20-21 Boorea Avenue - Lakemba

Chapter 11.9 - 297-299 Canterbury Road - Revesby

Chapter 11.10 - Chullora Marketplace Greenacre

Chapter 11.11 - 15-33 Brighton Avenue - Croydon Park

Chapter 11.12 - 445 Canterbury Road - Campsie

Supporting guides

Demolition and Construction Guide

Development Engineering Standards Guide

Heritage Guide

Character Statement – Ashbury HCA

Character Statement – Hurlstone Park HCAs

Landscape Guide

Tree Management Manual

Waste Design for New Developments - Guide A - Single Dwellings

Waste Design for New Developments - Guide B - Multi Dwelling Housing

Waste Design for New Developments - Guide C - Residential Flat Buildings

Waste Design for New Developments - Guide D - Boarding Houses

Waste Design for New Developments - Guide E - Mixed Use Development

Waste Design for New Developments - Guide F - Commercial and Industrial Development

​Adoption of DCP Amendments ​
​1​At its Ordinary Meeting of 24 May 2022, Council resolved to adopt amendments to the Canterbury-Bankstown Development Control Plan 2023 (Chapter 8.3) in relation to 167 Hume Highway, Greenacre. The amendments came into effect on 28 July 2023, which is the date the LEP Amendment was published on the NSW legislation website.
​2​At its Ordinary Meeting of 23 May 2023, Council resolved to adopt amendments to the Canterbury-Bankstown Development Control Plan 2023 (Chapter 11.12) in relation to 445 Canterbury Road, Campsie. The amendments came into effect on 25 August 2023, which is the date the LEP Amendment was published on the NSW legislation website.

 

The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.