Morgan, Murray and Forsyth Streets - Planning Amendments

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Council is in receipt of an application to amend land zoning, land classification, height of building and floor space ratio controls for land on Morgan, Murray and Forsyth Streets.

To address concerns raised in response to the proposed changes, Council has developed site-specific development controls to guide future development applications. These proposed controls are currently on exhibition for comment.



Council is in receipt of an application to amend land zoning, land classification, height of building and floor space ratio controls for land on Morgan, Murray and Forsyth Streets.

To address concerns raised in response to the proposed changes, Council has developed site-specific development controls to guide future development applications. These proposed controls are currently on exhibition for comment.


  • Amendments tabled for 10 August 2020 Council Meeting

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    9 days ago

    Council recently undertook the following public consultation for amendments to planning documents for land located on Morgan, Murray and Forsyth streets:

    ▪ Draft amendment to the Wagga Wagga Development Control Plan 2010 from 18 April to 18 July 2020

    ▪ Draft amendments to the Wagga Wagga Local Environmental Plan 2010 from 10 August to 4 October 2019.

    Thank you for your interest and participation in the exhibition of planning amendments for the Morgan, Murray and Forsyth streets precinct.

    Submissions received have been reviewed and a report is being presented to the 10 August 2020 Council Meeting.

    The agenda for Council Meetings is made available three days prior to the meeting on Council’s website: https://meetings.wagga.nsw.gov.au/

    Date: 10 August 2020

    Time: 6.00pm

    Venue: Council Meeting Room, corner Morrow and Baylis Streets

    Note: Due to social distancing restrictions currently in place, limited capacity is available in the

    Council Meeting Room. Seating will be reserved for registered and approved public address speakers, attending in person. Limited public gallery seating (approximately 20 spaces) will be available on a first in first served basis.

    It is recommended that you watch the meeting via Council’s live stream link below unless it is essential that you attend.

    Live stream Link: https://wagga.nsw.gov.au/the-council/council-meetings/council-meeting-livestream

    Note: Please do not attend the meeting if you are sick or feel unwell, including if you:

    ▪ Have been diagnosed with Covid-19 and have not been discharged from isolation

    ▪ Have arrived in Australia from overseas in the last 14 days

    ▪ Have recently been in contact with a person who has a confirmed case of Covid-19

    ▪ Have any symptoms of acute respiratory infection such as shortness of breath, fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose or loss of smell or taste

    If attending in person, please adhere to social distancing requirements and sanitise on arrival.

  • Have your say.

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    about 1 month ago

    With the exhibition scheduled to conclude this Saturday 18 July 2020, now is the time to make a submission if you haven't already done so.

  • Amendment Process explained.

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    about 1 month ago

    Are you interested in how amendments occur? This video provides an overview of the amendment process and the development application process.


  • Did you miss the live Q&A on 30 June?

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    about 1 month ago

    See what you missed by watching the recording here:


  • Parking and Traffic information video.

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    about 1 month ago

    To see what is proposed for traffic and parking, watch this short video.


  • Live Q&A Session - 30 June at 5pm

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    about 2 months ago

    Tune in to facebook.com/waggacouncil at 5pm on Tuesday 30 June where Director Regional Activation, Michael Keys and Senior Strategic Planner, Crystal Atkinson will be answering questions on the proposed changes to rules for the Morgan, Murray and Forsyth streets mixed-use precinct.

  • Height restrictions explained.

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    about 2 months ago

    We're proposing specific height restrictions for future development at the Morgan, Murray and Forsyth Sts precinct.

    Watch this short video to see what is proposed.


  • 3D Video & Images

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    about 2 months ago

    As part of the current exhibition for the site-specific development controls, we have received a number of requests for 3D modelling of the proposed development concept to assist the community in understanding what is proposed on the Morgan, Murray and Forsyth streets mixed-use site.

    Council has been provided with a 3D Video and images for the development concept and can provide you with a link to download the video and images if you are interested.

    If you would like a copy, please contact Crystal by emailing atkinson.crystal@wagga.nsw.gov.au to request a file transfer.

    The files are large and take approximately 20 minutes to download.

  • Did you miss our first Live Q&A on Tuesday 5 May?

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    3 months ago

    You can see what you missed by watching here:


  • Live Q&A Session

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    3 months ago

    Tune in to facebook.com/waggacouncil at 5pm tonight where Director Regional Activation Michael Keys and Senior Strategic Planner Crystal Atkinson will be answering questions on the proposed changes to rules for the Morgan, Murray and Forsyth streets mixed use precinct.