Development Enquirer

The Sutherland Shire Local Environmental Plan 2015 (hereafter SSLEP2015 or "the LEP") is the principal Environmental Planning Instrument for the Sutherland Shire. The LEP specifies what types of development can be carried out on land (typically through zoning) and to set the primary development standards (such as building height limits). The LEP's provisions are interpreted strictly and can only be varied in specific circumstances such as through Clause 4.6 variations at Council's discretion

The LEP is complemented by the Sutherland Shire Development Control Plan 2015 (hereafter SSDCP2015 or "the DCP") which contains objectives and controls that guide how development should occur. The DCP has a greater degree of flexibility than the LEP. The LEP and DCP work with other Environmental Planning Instruments, Acts of Parliament, Regulations, plans and policies to regulate development in the Sutherland Shire.

Development Enquirer prepares an extract of the LEP and the DCP based on the site and development options selected, and the contents of Council's land information system. Every site and development proposal is unique and Development Enquirer cannot anticipate every possible circumstance or variable. Please use Development Enquirer as a tool to help you explore the planning controls which may apply to your development proposal, but always contact Council or seek independent advice before making development decisions, and don't rely solely on the content of this extract.

The full versions of the LEP and DCP are available at the links below:

If you have questions, comments or problems with Development Enquirer, please contact Sutherland Shire Council on (02) 9710 0333 or email ssc@ssc.nsw.gov.au

NOTE: Multiple LEP Amendments Awaiting Implementation

These amendments are in force, but have not yet been fully implemented in Development Enquirer. Your results may not reflect mapping changes introduced as part of these amendments. Please consult the full version of the LEP at NSW Legislation.

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Duty Officers

If you have general questions about planning, Council's Duty Officers can provide assistance.

Duty Officers are available Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 4.30pm either by telephone or in person at council's Customer Service Centre to answer enquiries about the DA process.

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