Building and development
Information on preparing and tracking Development Applications, buying and selling property, town planning, heritage and more.
Free service that offers fast and convenient access to information on development applications and their status.
Our planning controls aim to preserve and enhance Ku-ring-gai's high quality built environment and landscape setting.
Town planning shapes our towns, suburbs and region by managing development, infrastructure and services.
Check your property's zoning to see what type of development is permitted on the property.
Whether you're renovating a house, altering a shop or building a deck, you'll find all you need to know to get your building work approved.
This section contains some of the forms and information packs you may need for your development.
Search for heritage items and other information about heritage.
How to research history of works on a property, certificates you may need when buying or selling and information about drainage easements and sewer mains.
To make changes to a Local Environmental Plan (LEP)
The Planning Proposal Tracker provides a summary of all current and historical Planning Proposals considered by Council.
Development contributions are payments or in-kind works provided by developers for facilities and services.
Find out which properties are classified as bushfire prone.
Council is implementing a program to identify those buildings in the local area containing wall cladding materials that are not compliant.
Do you want to build a fence that divides properties? Find out all you need to know here.
Learn about and apply for the construction of a driveway access.
Find out how and why we identify and acquire open space in Ku-ring-gai.
Council is implementing a program to raise awareness of the need to monitor the safety of awnings over public land.
Information about state government plans for the NSW planning system and strategies to accommodate future needs.
Find where and what type of accommodation is permitted.
Applies for all DA's determined or CDC Applications lodged with Certifying Authorities from 1 July 2016.
Learn about and apply for a Road Opening Permit.
Council funding for heritage items and Heritage Conservation Areas.