The B6 Enterprise Corridor zone enables a mix of employment uses including business, office and light industrial as well as bulky goods retailing. The zone applies in a few small areas along main roads.
B6 zone uses
Business zones are now open zones, where primarily the prohibited uses are specified and all other uses are permissible. The benefits of this method is that new uses that are not encompassed into dictionary definitions are permissible, provided they are consistent with the objectives of the zone.
Permissible uses in the B6 zone include business premises, neighbourhood shops, garden centres and hotel or motel accommodation.
Prohibited uses include general industries, residential accommodation and sex services premises.
For the full list of permissible and prohibited uses please view the SSLEP2015.
B6 Zone locations
Zoning maps for the LEP2015 (opens in new window)
Hard copies can be viewed at the council administration foyer. Phone enquiries can be made to a Duty Officer on 9710 0333.
LEP 2015 Development controls on B6 Enterprise Corridor
Under the SSLEP2015, height controls will no longer be expressed in storeys. Heights of buildings will be controlled through a maximum number of metres. The maximum height in Zone B6 varies depending on location. Use the 2015 Maps to see the maximum height for a particular centre (N.B. Once on the LEP Maps page, you will need to change the map option to 'Height of Building').
The density of buildings in the SSLEP2015 is controlled through a mapped floor space ratio (FSR). The FSR in Zone B6 is 1:1.
A landscaped area requirement is also set under the proposed SSLEP2015. Developments in B6 must provide a minimum 10% landscaped area which does not include any paved area.
There is no minimum lot size requirement under the SSLEP2015 in Zone B6.
Enquiries can be directed to a Duty Officer on 9710 0333 or firstname.lastname@example.org