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Landuse Planning

Development Contributions

Contribution Plans and Servicing Plans are a means of sharing the cost of providing the community with the infrastructure that satisfies its economic and social needs.

The Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and Local Government Act 1993 provides NSW local government with a formal legal frame-work for levying developers for the provision of infrastructure, services and amenities where the development increases demand upon Council's services and facilities.
These contributions are designed ensure that the existing ratepayers are not required to meet the cost of providing for new roads, community centres, libraries, open space and recreation facilities, the need for which arises from incoming populations occupying new residential developments.

To view or download the Contribution Plans, please click on the links below:

Landuse Planning

Development Contributions

Contribution Plans and Servicing Plans are a means of sharing the cost of providing the community with the infrastructure that satisfies its economic and social needs.

The Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and Local Government Act 1993 provides NSW local government with a formal legal frame-work for levying developers for the provision of infrastructure, services and amenities where the development increases demand upon Council's services and facilities.
These contributions are designed ensure that the existing ratepayers are not required to meet the cost of providing for new roads, community centres, libraries, open space and recreation facilities, the need for which arises from incoming populations occupying new residential developments.

To view or download the Contribution Plans, please click on the links below: