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See the engineering requirements for the subdivision and development of land within the Penrith City Council LGA...
Council welcomes the colour and energy street performers and buskers bring to our city. Find out how to start performing in the Penrith and St Marys City Centres...
The NSW Government has its own policies and strategies about how it undertakes long-term planning. These policies may apply to all of NSW or specific regions within NSW. For a full list of SEPPs, go to NSW Legislation.
The Public Notices page contains public notice information regarding a variety of topics.
Our City is lucky to have the beautiful Nepean River and many creeks. Council and our community care about the health of these waterways.
Get information on common development types, including granny flats or running a home business...
Find out about Council's sustainability initiatives as well as our plans and policies...
See how to submit a tender or expression of interest, read FAQs about our tendering process...
Find out about different kinds of on-site sewage management systems and your responsibilities as an owner. Also read about Council's role and policy...
Council collects contributions from developers which it then uses to provide the public infrastructure, services and amenities needed as a result of new development.
As specified in the NSW Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA) Act, Council must proactively release a range of information on our website and in other accessible formats.
Council holds one Ordinary Council meeting and one Policy Review Committee meeting each month, on average.
Find out about the fire safety and other requirements for buildings, and safe handling of asbestos...
Under Councils DCP, you must not ringbark, cut down, top, lop, remove, injure or wilfully destroy any tree or other vegetation without Council permission. Failure to obtain permission can lead to fines of over $1 million and legal action under the EP&A Act.
Our City lies within the Hawkesbury - Nepean Catchment. See Council's floodplain risk management studies and plans...
Council is working hard to make our City more accessible for everyone, regardless of age, background or ability.
Read about our local efforts to protect the valuable biodiversity in our City...
Local Environmental Plans (along with Interim Development Orders) are the legal documents that guide planning decisions in our City. Through zoning and other planning controls, they allow Council to manage the ways in which land is used.
Owners of certain buildings have an obligation under Clause 177 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 to submit Annual Fire Safety Statements to Council and Fire and Rescue once a year.
Find out about the Heritage Assistance Fund, Heritage Advisory Service, Heritage Committee and policies...
Combining on-the-job experience and study towards a nationally recognised qualification, our Annual Traineeship Program offers over 50 positions in Children’s Services, Business Administration and Information Technology.
Found 6 results for 'policy' in News articles
Published 24 June 2015
Penrith Council has prepared a draft Keeping of Animals Local Orders Policy.
Published 31 January 2014
Council has adopted a Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) Policy, which is designed to reduce the impacts from urban development to the Nepean River and other waterways.
Published 18 March 2019
To celebrate Council’s new Street Performers Policy, we’re holding a free open mic night for local buskers and street performers, right in the heart of Penrith.
Published 29 May 2018
Penrith City Council will be entering an exciting new chapter with the announcement of a new General Manager, Warwick Winn, who is due to start in late August.
Published 30 November 2015
Council has committed to being ‘small business friendly’, thanks to its inclusion in a pilot program.
Published 23 February 2016
Released late last week, Infrastructure Australia’s first 15-year Infrastructure Plan highlights the particular needs in outer growth areas.