Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015

Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015
Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015 supports the LEP by providing additional objectives and development controls to enhance the function and appearance of development in the city. Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015 Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015 supports the LEP by providing additional objectives and development controls to enhance the function and appearance of development in the city. Development

​​Index of Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015

I​ntroduction and List of Amendments

Part A  - Precinct Controls   

Part A1 - Centres

Part A2 - Corridors

Part A3 - Key Infill Development Sites

Part B  - General Controls   

Part B1 - Residential Development

Part B2 - Commercial Centres

Part B3 - Industrial Precincts

Part B4 - Sustainable Development

Part B5 - Parking

Part B6 - Child Care Centres

Part B7 - Educational Establishments

Part B8 - Places of Public Worship 

Part B9 - Sex Services Premises

Part B10 - Telecommunications Facilities 

Part B11 - Tree Preservation Order

Part B12 - Flood Risk Management

Part B13 - Waste Management and Minimisation​

​Waste Manageme​nt Guide for New Developments

Template Waste Ma​nagement Plan​

​ ​Adoption of DCP Amendments
​11​At the Ordinary Meeting of 8 December 2020, Council resolved to adopt amendments to Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015 (Part A3) in relation to the Western Sydney University Campus site, Bankstown. The amendments will come into effect on the date the LEP Amendment (PP_2019_CBANK_004) is published on the NSW legislation website.
​12​At the Ordinary Meeting of 25 May 2021, Council resolved to adopt amendments to the Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015 (Part A3) and the Consolidated Development Control Plan in relation to 297–299 Canterbury Road, Revesby. The amendments will come into effect on the date the LEP Amendment (PP_2018_CBANK_007) is published on the NSW legislation website.
​At the Ordinary Meeting of 25 May 2021, Council resolved to adopt the Canterbury Bankstown Development Control Plan 2021, which will come into effect on the date the Canterbury Bankstown Local Environmental Plan (PP_2019_CBANK_005) is published on the NSW legislation website.

The Canterbury Bankstown Development Control Plan 2021 will repeal the Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015 and the Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012. The reason is the Canterbury Bankstown Development Control Plan 2021 will consolidate and update the existing controls of the former councils into a single set of planning rules for the Canterbury Bankstown Local Government Area. The repeal of Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015 and the Canterbury Development Control Plan 2012 will take effect on the date the Canterbury Bankstown Local Environmental Plan (PP_2019_CBANK_005) is published on the NSW legislation website.

​13​At the Ordinary Meeting of 24 August 2021, Council resolved to adopt amendments to the Bankstown Development Control Plan 2015 (Part A3) and the Consolidated Development Control Plan in relation to 353–355 Waterloo Road, Greenacre. The amendments will come into effect on 25 November 2021.