Town planning shapes our towns, suburbs and region by managing development, infrastructure and services.
The primary instrument for guiding development in 6 of the 9 local centres.
The DCP provides detailed guidelines for future development on land covered by Ku-ring-gai LEP (Local Centres) 2012.
Applies to all land in Ku-ring-gai not covered by Ku-ring-gai LEP (Local Centres) 2012.
On 26 November 2013 Council adopted a final Draft Ku-ring-gai Local Environmental Plan 2013.
Development contributions are payments or in-kind works provided by developers for facilities and services.
Thinking Outside The Box was created by Council to improve residential apartment building design outcomes in Ku-ring-gai.
Ku-ring-gai's Public Domain Plan guides the design of streets and public spaces within and around town centres.
The Ku-ring-gai Town Centres Parking Management Plan considers parking strategies in our town centres.
The reforms in the NSW government's White Paper will affect the way Councils assess applications for all development in local government areas.
The NSW Government's draft Metropolitan Strategy for Sydney sets out a new plan for the city over the next two decades.
Under the Metropolitan Plan for Sydney 2036, Ku-ring-gai has a target to increase its dwellings by 10,000.