Development Control Plans
- Written by Adam Gatt Penrith City Council (02) 4732 7777 (02) 4732 7958 firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.penrithcity.nsw.gov.au 601 High St Penrith NSW 2750 Australia
Penrith Development Control Plan 2014
Development Control Plans (DCPs) are documents that supplement the provisions of Local Environmental Plans (LEPs) with more detailed planning and design guidelines.
The Penrith Development Control Plan 2014 (Penrith DCP 2014) has been prepared to support all planning instruments applying to the Penrith Local Government Area (LGA), including the Penrith LEP 2010. It represents a consolidation of all previous DCPs which applied to the City so that a single, City-wide DCP applies to the LGA.
The Penrith DCP 2014 was adopted by Council on 23 March 2015 and came into effect on 17 April 2015.
Penrith DCP 2014 is Council’s current plan that facilitates development permitted under LEP 2010. DCP 2014 sets out Councils objectives and development controls on what built form and environmental outcomes are acceptable for different land uses and development types. Applicants must demonstrate compliance with these controls when they propose new developments.
A full review of DCP 2014 is currently underway to respond to the large amount of strategy work being undertaken through our Local Strategic Planning Statement and our program for an Local Environmental Review. Other factors that have influenced the need for a DCP review include strategic planning, need for more contemporary controls to reflect community needs, recent legislation and standardisation changes. The DCP Review will establish a contemporary set of development controls that will guide future built form outcomes for Penrith City. The review will be an extensive project that considers every element and control of DCP 2014, representing a wholesale review and restructure of the plan. The DCP program will be undertaken in three (3) 3 stages:
- Housekeeping amendment
- Comprehensive review
- At the completion of Councils strategy programThese stages are intended to align with the LEP Review.
Please contact Council on 4732 7777 if you have any issue accessing the information within the document. Due to the nature of the information contained within the documents below it is not possible to make it fully accessible.
The Plan can be downloaded in two volumes:
The Penrith DCP 2014 can also be downloaded in parts:
- C1 Site Planning and Design Principles
- C2 Vegetation Management
- C3 Water Management
- C4 Land Management
- C5 Waste Management, see also:
- Waste Management Guidelines for Developers of Multi-Unit Dwellings
- Waste Management Guidelines for Residential Subdivisions
- Waste Management Guidelines for Residential Flat Buildings
- Waste Management Guidelines for Industrial, Commercial and Mixed Use
- Guidelines for Automated Waste Collection Systems
- Agreement for on-site Waste Collection Form
- C6 Landscape Design
- C7 Culture and Heritage
- C8 Public Domain
- C9 Advertising and Signage
- C10 Transport, Access and Parking
- C11 Subdivision
- C12 Noise and Vibration
- C13 Infrastructure and Services
- E Key Precincts
- E1 Caddens
- E2 Claremont Meadows Stage 2
- E3 Cranebrook
- E4 Emu Heights - Blue Mountains Escarpment Siting, Design and Management
- E5 Emu Plains
- E6 Erskine Business Park
- E7 Glenmore Park
- E8 Kingswood
- E9 Mulgoa Valley
- E10 Orchard Hills
- E11 Penrith
- E12 Penrith Health and Education Precinct
- E13 Riverlink Precinct
- E14 St Clair
- E15 St Marys/ St Marys North
- E16 Sydney Science Park
Mamre West Precinct DCP 2016
The Mamre West Land Investigation Area DCP applies to land known as the Mamre West Precinct. The Mamre West Precinct includes the following land:
- 573-577 Mamre Road, Orchard Hills (Part Lot 1, DP 1117416)
- 579-583 Mamre Road, Orchard Hills (Part Lot 2172, DP 1153854)
- 585-649 Mamre Road, Orchard Hills (Part Lot 2171, DP 1153854)
This DCP was made by the Secretary of the NSW Department of Planning and Environment and came into effect on 9 August 2016. As a result, Penrith DCP 2014 no longer applies to this land.