Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012

Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012
The DCP contains detailed development controls, standards and guidelines for all new development in the Canterbury part of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown. Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012 The DCP contains detailed development controls, standards and guidelines for all new development in the Canterbury part of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown. Planning; Development Application Process; Development

The Canterbury Local Environment Plan (LEP) is supported by Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012 which also came into force on 1 January 2013. The DCP contains more detailed development controls, standards and guidelines for all new development in the Canterbury part of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown. Parts of the DCP can be accessed below.​ 

Table of Contents

Part A
Introduction

Part B
General Controls

Part C
Residential Accommodation

Part D
Business Centres

Part E
Industrial Development

Part F
Specific Land Uses and Sites

Part G
Glossary

Appendices
Technical Specifications


Adoption of DCP Amendments
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​At the Ordinary Meeting of 23 June 2020, Council resolved to adopt amendments to Canterbury Development Controls Plan 2012 (Section B8 – Heritage). The amendments will come into effect on the date the LEP Amendment (PP_2016_CBANK_003_04) is published on the NSW legislation website.
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​At the Ordinary Meeting of 8 December 2020, Council resolved to adopt amendments to Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012 in relation to 20-21 Boorea Avenue, Lakemba. The amendments will come into effect on the date the LEP Amendment (PP_2018_CBANK_004_00) is published on the NSW legislation website.
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At the Ordinary Meeting of 23 February 2021, Council resolved to adopt amendments to Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012 in relation to 15-33 Brighton Avenue, Croydon Park. The amendments will come into effect on the date the LEP Amendment (PP_2015_CANTE_004_00) is published on the NSW legislation website.


​At the Ordinary Meeting of 25 May 2021, Council resolved to adopt the Canterbury Bankstown Development Control Plan 2021, which will come into effect on the date the Canterbury Bankstown Local Environmental Plan (PP_2019_CBANK_005) is published on the NSW legislation website. The Canterbury Bankstown Development Control Plan 2021 will repeal the Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015 and the Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012. The reason is the Canterbury Bankstown Development Control Plan 2021 will consolidate and update the existing controls of the former councils into a single set of planning rules for the Canterbury Bankstown Local Government Area. The repeal of Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015 and the Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012 will take effect on the date the Canterbury Bankstown Local Environmental Plan (PP_2019_CBANK_005) is published on the NSW legislation website.