7307 Holbrook Road - Zoning boundary adjustment, change to minimum lot size

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Council is in receipt of a planning proposal to adjust the land use zone boundaries and standardise the minimum lot size provisions applying to land at 7307 Holbrook Road.

Council is in receipt of a planning proposal to adjust the land use zone boundaries and standardise the minimum lot size provisions applying to land at 7307 Holbrook Road.

  • What is a planning proposal?

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    16 Jan 2020

    A planning proposal is a document proposing a change to the Wagga Wagga Local Environmental Plan 2010 (the Wagga Wagga LEP).

    Planning proposals are subject to approval from the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment in addition to Council.

    Council has obtained a Gateway Determination from the Department for this planning proposal. This enables Council to proceed further with the planning proposal process.

    At this stage of the process, Council has placed the proposal on public display and made the proposal open for public comment. Final consideration of the planning proposal by Council and the Department will follow.

  • What is this planning proposal seeking to do?

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    16 Jan 2020

    The planning proposal proposes to:

    • Adjust the boundaries of zones R5 Large Lot Residential, RU1 Primary Production and E2 Environmental Conservation as they apply to Lot 1 DP 605970 at 7307 Holbrook Road, Lloyd.

    • Apply a minimum lot size of 200 hectares to the whole of Lot 1 DP 605970 at 7307 Holbrook Road, Lloyd.

    This will be done by changing the Land Zoning Map and Lot Size Map in the Wagga Wagga Local Environmental Plan 2010

  • What does the land use zone do?

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    16 Jan 2020

    The land use zone specifies which developments and works are permitted or prohibited on a given piece of land.

  • What does the minimum lot size do?

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    The minimum lot size specifies the minimum land area that a newly created lot must be. This determines how many new lots, if any, can be created by subdividing an existing lot.

  • Where can I find more information on the planning proposal?

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    16 Jan 2020

    The planning proposal is on exhibition from 16 January 2020 to 14 February 2019.

    The complete planning proposal materials can be viewed from the list at the right of this webpage.

    Council’s strategic planners are available to discuss the planning proposal by appointment, 8.30am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday. Alternatively, you can call 1300 292 442 and speak with an officer over the phone.

  • How do I make a submission?

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    16 Jan 2020

    The planning proposal is open to comments until 28 February 2020.

    You can make a written submission in support of or objecting to the proposed changes.

    To ensure correct receipt, submissions must cite the planning proposal number.

    Submissions can be hand-delivered to the Council offices, emailed to council@wagga.nsw.gov.au or mailed to:

    The General Manager

    Wagga Wagga City Council

    PO Box 20

    Wagga Wagga NSW 2650

  • What will happen with my submission?

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    You will receive an acknowledgement to indicate that your submission has been successfully received.

    Your submission will be included as a part of Council’s consideration of the planning proposal.

    The issues your submission raises shall be noted, and responses provided as a part of the report to Council.

    It should be noted that submissions can be made public, however in such instances personally identifying information that may be contained in a submission is not made public.
  • When will Council consider this proposal?

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    The planning proposal, including the items raised in submissions, will be reported to Council after the close of the public exhibition period.

    If you make a submission regarding the planning proposal, you will be advised of the meeting date on which the planning proposal will be considered by Council.

    Members of the public are able to attend the Council meeting and speak about the planning proposal.

    If you wish to publicly address the Council meeting, an application to the General Manager is required. To apply, a Public Address Form must be returned to Council by 2.00pm on the day of the meeting.

    Full details of how to apply are provided at the following page of Council’s website: