Public Notices

Public Notices

Disclosure of political donations or gifts

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.

Register of Political Donations & Gifts in Relation to Planning Applications

Application No.Donation / GiftDonor / ABN (if an entity)Donor / Entity AddressRecipientDate MadeAmount / Value
             

Last updated 10 May 2019.

You can search and view political donations and electoral expenditure disclosed by political parties, elected members of Parliament and local Councils, candidates, third-party campaigners and political donors at State and Local Government elections on the NSW Electoral Commission website - see Declaration of disclosures of political donations register.

Viewing Development Applications

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.

  • Ultra Design and Engineering DA18/0948
    Lot 156 DP 26030 (No. 35) Day Street, Colyton
    Fitout and use of an existing building as childcare centre for a maximum of 20 children
  • Baini Design DA17/1266
    Lot 86 DP 35970 (No. 4) Chapel Street, St Marys
    Demolition of existing structures and construction of a boarding house containing 16 x rooms and associated landscaping
  • R20 Pty Limited DA18/0956
    Penrith Robert Pty Limited
    Miaz Group Pty Limited
    Lot 2 DP 513528 (No. 20) Robert Street, Penrith
    Demolition of existing structures, tree removal and construction of a 4-storey residential flat building containing 20 apartments, basement car parking and strata subdivision
  • Cityscape Planning & Projects DA18/0471
    Lot 13 DP 30423 and Lot 14 DP 30423 (No. 21) Parklawn Place, North St Marys
    Construction of a 5-storey mixed-use development comprising 34 x boarding house rooms, ground floor café and car parking

Approved Integrated Development Application

  • Independent Living Villages DA18/0839
    Lot 3045 DP 1220974 (No. 2) Qualmann Street, Llandilo
    Construction of a 2-storey group home and associated works under the provisions of SEPP (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009 – Integrated Development
  • Antoine Saouma DA18/0860
    Lot 2B DP 161921 (No. 1) Station Lane, Penrith
    Demolition of existing structures and construction of a 6-storey residential flat building including 17 apartments and 2 levels of basement car parking
  • Archi-Build International DA18/0715
    Lot 34 DP 215146 (No. 26) Hargrave Street, Kingswood
    Demolition of existing structures and construction of 2-storey boarding house containing 14 boarding rooms and basement car parking
  • Zac Homes Pty Ltd DA19/0172
    Lot 67 DP 212261 (No. 12) Anthony Crescent, Kingswood
    Demolition of existing structures and construction of a 2-storey boarding house containing 19 boarding rooms and basement car parking

Development Applications received

Council has received the following:

  • Arrowfield Projects DA18/0098
    6a Robertson Place, Jamisontown
    Provision of a single warehouse unit and remediation and validation works
    Contact: Sufyan Nguyen on 4732 8568
    Closing Date: 20 May 2019
  • Liquid Design Pty Ltd DA19/0270
    51 Jamison Road, Kingswood
    Demolition of existing structures and construction of a 2-storey boarding house containing 16 boarding rooms (including manager’s room) and basement car parking
    Contact: Sufyan Nguyen on 4732 8568
    Closing Date: 10 May 2019
  • Stimson & Baker Planning DA19/0280
    33 & 35 Brown Street, Penrith
    Demolition of existing structures and construction of multi-dwelling housing consisting of 6 x 2-storey town houses
    Contact: Sufyan Nguyen on 4732 8568
    Closing Date: 17 May 2019
  • David Arguelles DA19/0307
    Lot 1 DP 20976, 162 Stafford Street;
    Lot 2 DP 20976, 160 Stafford Street;
    Lot 1 DP 25705, 154 Stafford Street and
    Lot A DP 405051, 156 Stafford Street, Penrith
    Demolition of existing structures and the construction of 35 independent living units for use as Seniors Housing, construction of communal facilities with associated landscaping, basement parking and drainage works
    Contact: Wendy Connell on 4732 7908
    Closing Date: 31 May 2019

Council has received the following:

  • Gregorios Karasmanis DA08/0437.04
    Lot 10 DP 30265 (Nos. 1163–1167) Mamre Road, Kemps Creek
    Modification to existing service station providing for the partial filling of a stormwater channel and provision of replacement piping
    The proposal is an Integrated Development under Section 4.46 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. In this regard, the applicant is seeking concurrent approval from the Natural Resources Access Regulator under Section 91 of the Water Management Act 2000.
    The Development Application referred to in this notice and supporting documentation accompanying the subject application may be inspected at the locations listed below at any time during ordinary office hours, in the period from 3 May 2019 to 3 June 2019.
    Any person may, during the exhibition period, make a submission in writing to Penrith City Council, in relation to the Development Application. Where a submission is made by way of an objection, the grounds of objection are to be specified in the submission. The submission is to include Council’s reference number DA08/0437.04.
    For any queries relating to the proposal, please contact Gemma Bennett on 4732 8285.
  • Jayco Sydney DA19/0261
    Lot 44 DP 538975, Lot 45 DP 538975, Lot 46 DP 538975 (No. 59) Glossop Street, North St Marys
    Additions to existing showroom to create a new warehouse/showroom
    The proposal is an Integrated Development. The application seeks approval from the Department of Planning – Water Management Act 2000 Sections 89, 90 & 91.
    The Development Application referred to in this notice and supporting documentation accompanying the subject application may be inspected at the locations listed below at any time during ordinary office hours, in the period from 10 May 2019 to 19 June 2019.
    Any person may, during the exhibition period, make a submission in writing to Penrith City Council, in relation to the Development Application. Where a submission is made by way of an objection, the grounds of objection are to be specified in the submission. The submission is to include Council’s reference number DA19/0261.
    For any queries relating to the proposal, please contact Surreti Bajwa on 4732 7934.

Public Meeting - Penrith Local Planning Panel

In 2017, the Government introduced changes to make local planning panels (LPPs), mandatory for all councils in Greater Sydney and Wollongong. Information about all upcoming and past Local Planning Panel meetings can be found on the Local Planning Panel page.

Disposal of Construction Waste - Reference 18/19-26

Penrith City Council is seeking Tenders from suitably experienced contractors for the cost effective performance of disposal of construction waste from the Penrith Local Government Area.

Visit Council's 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 Allyce Langton on 4732 7657 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

All submissions should be lodged in accordance with the lodgement instructions contained in the documents no later than 11am Wednesday, 22 May 2019 (‘the Closing Date’). Tenders received after will not be considered.

Refurbishment of Childcare Centres - Reference 18/19-28

Penrith City Council is seeking Tenders from suitably experienced contractors for the refurbishment of 2 childcare centres within the Local Government Area. Pre-Tender Briefing, 9am Saturday, 11 May 2019.

Visit Council's 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 Allyce Langton on 4732 7657 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

All submissions should be lodged on the forms provided in accordance with the lodgement instructions contained in the documents no later than 11am Wednesday, 29 May 2019 (‘the Closing Date’). Tenders received after will not be considered.

Tender responses received

Visit Council's tenders page to see responses received to recent Council tenders.

Annual Update Amendment Planning Proposal

Penrith City Council wants to hear your views on a Planning Proposal which seeks to amend Penrith Local Environmental Plan 2010 to resolve several policy changes, contemporise certain elements and undertake ‘housekeeping’ changes which are minor in nature. These matters have been consolidated as a single set of proposed changes, known as an ‘Annual Update Amendment’.

The Planning Proposal is the key document in the process for amending local environmental plans. It explains the intended effect of the proposed changes and sets out the justification for the recommended amendment to Penrith Local Environmental Plan 2010.

The Planning Proposal is on public exhibition from 15 April 2019 to 27 May 2019, online at yoursaypenrith.com.au and at Council’s Civic Centre, Penrith Library, St Marys Business Office and St Marys Library. Fact sheets and guidance on how to make a submission are also available.

You are invited to review and comment on the proposed changes to the planning controls by making a written submission by 27 May 2019.

Council officers will be available to answer questions on the Planning Proposal during business hours at the Civic Centre Monday to Friday. Alternatively, please contact Joel Carson on 4732 8196 or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Proposed Adoption of an Outdoor Dining Policy

Council has prepared an Outdoor Dining Policy to establish a framework under which Council will issue approvals for outdoor dining. This policy will make it easy for restaurants to expand their existing dining activities outdoors onto the public footpath or within a public space or park adjoining an existing business.

The policy is to be adopted as an approved local policy under section 161 of the Local Government Act 1993. Section 160 of the Act requires councils to give public notice of a draft local policy and place it on public exhibition.

The proposed policy is now on public exhibition and may be viewed at Council’s offices during normal business hours until Monday, 20 May 2019. Copies may also be obtained from yoursaypenrith.com.au or by contacting the Property Development Department on 4732 7777 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Submissions on the proposed policy are invited and need to be received by Council before 5pm on Monday, 3 June 2019. Submissions should be addressed to the General Manager andcan be mailed to PO Box 60, Penrith NSW 2751 or emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Notification under Section 47A –Local Government Act 1993

Site Compound over part of 641 High Street, Penrith (Lot 90 DP 1176539)

The site located at 641 High Street, Penrith is classified as ‘Community’.

  • Transport for NSW – Sydney Trains have requested to license the above mentioned site for the use of a site compound to temporarily occupy the land while completing the project of the Penrith to Emu Plains Overhead Wiring Modernisation (Upgrade) for Sydney Trains.
  • Transport for NSW – Sydney Trains have requested Council consider their application to enter into a temporary licence over this site from Monday, 20 May 2019 until Friday, 31 May 2019.

Submissions in writing may be made to Council concerning this proposal within twenty-eight (28) days from the date of this notification being 18 April and addressed to Penrith City Council, C/- Property Development Department, PO Box 60, Penrith NSW 2750.

For further information please call 4732 7680.

Public Notice - Road Name

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.

Name: Eve Street
Location: Off Major Tomkins Parade, Werrington

For further information please contact Mrs Cindye Russell on 4732 7617.

Proposed Closure of Sennar Lane, Erskine Park

Penrith City Council is considering a proposal for the physical closure of Sennar Lane, Erskine Park, a pedestrian laneway linking Sennar Road and open space owned by NSW Department of Planning. Closure is proposed through the installation of security gates and fencing to prevent public access to the laneway. Community comments are invited for this proposal.

Comments must be submitted in writing to:

  • Community Safety
    PO Box 60
    Penrith NSW 2751
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Comments must be received before 4pm Friday, 7 June 2019.

For further information regarding the details of this proposal, please contact the Community Safety Coordinator at Penrith City Council on 4732 8062.

Draft Operational Plan 2019–20 and Proposed Fees and Charges 2019–20

Do you want to know...

  • how Council plans to spend $264.6 million in 12 months?
  • about the work Council is planning in your area in 2019–20?
  • what you could be charged to hire a hall or submit a Development Application in 2019–20?

The key documents guiding Council’s daily activities, budget, and fees and charges over the next 12 months are on exhibition until Monday 3 June 2019:

  • Delivery Program 2017–21 and Operational Plan 2019–20; and
  • Fees and Charges 2019–20.

These documents link the community’s long term goals with Council’s plans, policies, services and resources. They are important because they show what we are doing to make Penrith a better place to live, work and visit.

By looking at the documents and telling us whether you think we have missed anything or got something wrong, you’ll help shape your City. You can look at the documents online at yoursaypenrith.com.au or view them in person at the Penrith Civic Centre, St Marys Business Office or any Penrith City library branch.

You can tell us what you think about Council’s plans for 2019–20 by:

  • Online survey: yoursaypenrith.com.au
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Post: General Manager
    Penrith Council, PO Box 60, Penrith 2751
    Attention: Corporate Planning

To make sure Council gets the chance to consider your comments before finalising the plans please have your say before Monday, 3 June 2019.

For more information, visit yoursaypenrith.com.au.