Warrah Road, Bangalee – Planning Proposal PP005

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Shoalhaven City Council sought community feedback on a proponent-initiated Planning Proposal (PP005) to resolve the long-term development potential of land at Warrah Road, Bangalee.

The land comprises part of the ‘Crams Road Urban Investigation Area’ (CRIA) identified in the Nowra-Bomaderry Structure Plan. The land was ‘deferred’ from Shoalhaven Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2014 and is currently zoned Rural 1(d) (General) under Shoalhaven LEP 1985. It is proposed to rezone the land to a mix of zones C2 - Environmental Conservation, RU2 - Rural Landscape, R5 – Large Lot Residential, and R2 - Low-Density Residential.

Council is also exhibitied, on behalf

Shoalhaven City Council sought community feedback on a proponent-initiated Planning Proposal (PP005) to resolve the long-term development potential of land at Warrah Road, Bangalee.

The land comprises part of the ‘Crams Road Urban Investigation Area’ (CRIA) identified in the Nowra-Bomaderry Structure Plan. The land was ‘deferred’ from Shoalhaven Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2014 and is currently zoned Rural 1(d) (General) under Shoalhaven LEP 1985. It is proposed to rezone the land to a mix of zones C2 - Environmental Conservation, RU2 - Rural Landscape, R5 – Large Lot Residential, and R2 - Low-Density Residential.

Council is also exhibitied, on behalf of the proponent, an application for Biodiversity Certification and associated Biodiversity Assessment Report (BCAR). Biodiversity certification allows the biodiversity impacts of a proposal to be more strategically considered. Land that is certified under this process can be developed without further assessment/s at the development application stage, subject to securing any required offset measures.

Overview

The Planning Proposal applies to Lots 21 to 24 DP 714096 Warrah Road, Bangalee and approximately 6,000 m2 (300 linear metres) of Council road. The subject land has an area of approximately 80 ha. See Map Below.

The Planning Proposal seeks to resolve the planning status of the ‘deferred’ land by:

  • protecting High Conservation Value (HCV) land by applying an appropriate environmental zone
  • securing the future tenure and management of the environmental land
  • protecting the corridor and alignment of the future A1/M1 (Western Bypass) by rezoning the affected land to RU2 - Rural Landscape and amending the Local Clauses (CLS) map to apply Cl 7.21 of Shoalhaven LEP 2014.
  • ultimately enabling residential development to occur on the non-HCV land (subject to satisfaction of Part 6 of Shoalhaven LEP 2014).

It is proposed to amend the following map overlays:

  • Land use
  • Minimum lot size
  • Height of Buildings
  • Urban Release Area
  • Local Clauses
  • Acid Sulfate Soils
  • Land Application Map.

Where can I find more information?

For information about the Planning Proposal and the Public Exhibition please see:
Exhibition Notice
Explanatory Documentation
Frequently Asked Questions
Planning Proposal

For further information refer to the Document Library on this webpage.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback on the Planning Proposal can be made by completing the form below.

    You can either type in your feedback or upload a document.

    Feedback on the BCA should be made separately through the “Feedback BCA” tab on this web page.

    Submissions should be received by 5 pm on Monday, 18 July 2022.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback on Planning Proposal PP005 is welcomed.

    This form requires your name and contact email to be provided and includes some comment boxes where you can add feedback. Please add feedback to at least one comment box.

    The key aspects of the proposal are summarised in the Explanatory Document and FAQs.  It would be appreciated if you could read these before submitting your feedback. For more detailed information please refer to the Planning Proposal (5.3 MB) in the Document Library. 

    You can provide your feedback below or, alternatively, by:

    Email: council@shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au
    Post: Chief Executive Officer, PO Box 42, Nowra, NSW 2541.

    If not using the feedback form please quote Council’s reference 49462E in your correspondence

    Feedback closes at 5pm on Friday, 25 June 2021.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback on the BCA can be made by completing the form below.

    You can either type in your feedback or upload a document.

    Feedback on the Planning Proposal should be made separately through the “Feedback PP005” tab on this web page.

    Submissions should be received by 5 pm on Monday, 18 July 2022.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback on the Biodiversity Certification Application is welcomed and should be made separately to comments on the Planning Proposal.

    This form requires your name and contact email to be provided and includes a comment box where you can add feedback.

    The Application for Biodiversity Certification and associated  Biodiversity Certification Assessment Report can be accessed from the Document Library.  It would be appreciated if you could read these and the FAQs before submitting feedback.

    You can provide your feedback below or, alternatively, by:

    Email: council@shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au
    Post: Chief Executive Officer, PO Box 42, Nowra, NSW 2541.

    If not using the feedback form please quote Council’s reference 49462E in your correspondence

    Feedback closes at 5pm on Friday, 25 June 2021.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    If you are interested in attending a drop-in session, please register your interest by completing the survey form with your details and nominating which session you would prefer to attend. Registrations will close at 5pm on 1 June 2021

    The key aspects of the proposal are summarised in the Explanatory Document and FAQs. It would be appreciated if you could read these and review the Document Library before registering for a drop-in session as your question(s) may have already been answered.

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