Development Applications are displayed at the Penrith Civic Centre. By law, reportable political donations or gifts must be disclosed by anyone lodging a planning application to Council.
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Council is required to make Development Applications (DAs) and certain associated documents publicly available under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Pursuant to Section 101 of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act, the below lists applications recently determined by Penrith City Council. Details of these determinations are available for public inspection free of charge during Council’s normal business hours (between 8.30am and 4pm Mondays to Fridays except Public Holidays) at the Civic Centre, 601 High Street, Penrith. Staff from Council’s Development Services team will be able to assist with any enquiries.
Archi-Build International DA16/0372
Lot 1 DP 203198 (No. 64) Saddington Street, St Marys
Demolition of existing structures and construction of 5 x 2-storey townhouses
Council has received the following:
In accordance with Section 23G of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, the Development Application will be referred to the Sydney West Planning Panel (SWPP) for determination
Council is in receipt of an amended Development Application at the above address and the works include a Remedial Action Plan (RAP).
Council has received the following:
Penrith City Council has received a Section 96(2) modification application in respect of the subject property. The consent authority for the Section 96(2) modification application is Penrith City Council.
On Friday 7 April an Independent Public Hearing into the Erskine Park Planning Proposal was conducted in accordance with the requirements of the NSW Local Government Act and the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act. The legislation requires Public Hearings to be held when a Planning Proposal seeks to reclassify public land. In the case of the Erskine Park Planning Proposal, it is proposed to reclassify 7 sites from “community” to “operational” and to rezone the land from”RE1 Public Recreation” to “R2 Low Density Residential”. The Public Hearing enabled the community to present their views on the Planning Proposal to an independent person. The Hearing was independently chaired and conducted by Mr Peter Walsh, who is not an officer of Council. A report arising from the Public Hearing has now been prepared by the chairperson and will be presented to Council for its consideration before it determines its position on the Planning Proposal. View the report and find out more at
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tenders page to see responses received to recent Council tenders.
Penrith City Council is seeking Tenders from suitably experienced contractors, for the design and construction of netball courts, Jamison Park.
Pre-Tender Briefing at 10am on Monday, 10 July 2017.
tenders page to register and download tender documents free of charge. Alternatively a hard copy is available for a non-refundable fee of $75 (inc GST) by arrangement.
For queries please contact Laura Stott on
4732 8282 or
All submissions should be lodged on the forms provided in accordance with the lodgement instructions contained in the documents no later than 11am 26 July 2017 (‘the Closing Date’). Tenders received after will not be considered.
Bringelly Road and Caddens Road, Kingswood
Temporary traffic controls for construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Bringelly Road and Caddens Road, Kingswood including temporary closure of Caddens Road between Angophora Avenue and Bringelly Road are being undertaken from January until July 2017. The temporary controls in place include signalised one lane traffic controls in Bringelly Road and detouring of Caddens Road traffic via Angophora Avenue and Peppermint Crescent to Bringelly Road. Arrangements are in place to allow school buses to travel on their existing routes through the roadworks. Weather permitting, Stage 1 works on Bringelly Road are scheduled for completion on 3 February 2017, signalised one lane traffic controls will be removed after the completion of Stage 1 works and Bringelly Road will be open for two-way traffic on 3 February 2017. For further information, contact Council’s Major Projects Coordinator, Wasique Mohyuddin on
Richmond Road and Cooper Street, Penrith
Construction work will be undertaken to improve the intersection at Richmond Road & Cooper Street, Penrith, including the merge lane on Richmond Road. There will be traffic changes and a detour in place during work to ensure the work zone is safe.
This project aims to improve intersection and provide motorists safer turning opportunities. Lane closures will be in place and may affect travel times. Please keep to speed limits and follow signs and traffic controllers' direction. Construction is expected to complete by late August 2017, weather permitting.
22 June 2017 - Pursuant to Clause 7 of the Roads Regulation 2008, notice is hereby given that an application has been received for the naming of the following road/s.
For further information please contact Mrs Cindye Russell on
A permanent ‘Left Only’ traffic restriction is proposed in Wattlebird Crescent at its intersection with Ridgetop Drive, Glenmore Park. The ‘Left Only’ traffic restriction relates to vehicle traffic with full pedestrian access retained.
The ‘Left Only’ restriction is proposed to redirect through traffic in the precinct, via the more appropriate wider, collector type roads of Ridgetop Drive and Shearwater Drive while still allowing suitable access to Wattlebird Crescent for residents, waste collection vehicles and other service vehicles.
Council invites comments on the proposed ‘Left Only’ traffic restriction. Submissions close on Friday, 30 June 2017.
Please submit your comments in writing to Mr Graham Green, Penrith City Council, PO Box 60, Penrith 2751 or email
All submissions will be conveyed by Council to the Roads and Maritime Services.
If you would like more information, please feel free to contact Mr Graham Green on
Applications are now open for the seasonal hire of Council's Parks and Sporting Grounds for the 2017- 18 summer season, which runs from the third Saturday in September (16 September 2017) to the first Sunday in March (4 March 2018). Allocation will be at Council’s discretion, considering factors such as community benefit, prior usage and the need to schedule maintenance, ground regeneration and capital works.
New hirers should contact Council's Recreation Department on
4732 7930 or email
email@example.com for information and forms. Applications should be submitted to Council by 4pm on Friday 14 July 2017:
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