Development Control Plan (DCP) Changes

Council amends its Planning rules from time to time. Council is required to seek community input to the proposed changes through a public exhibition period. Each of the proposed changes will be included as part of this section. You are invited to inspect the draft provisions and may make a submission in writing to Bathurst Regional Council. Any submission objecting to any provisions must clearly state the reasons for objection. Council will exhibit the proposed amendment to the Bathurst Regional Development Control Plan 2014 for a period of 28 days.

The lodging of a submission is voluntary. However, if you choose not to lodge a submission/objection in writing, your views will not be taken into account by Council in relation to this matter. Any information that you choose to provide to Council will be used by Council to process this matter. Once lodged with Council the information you provide can be accessed by you and may also be available to third parties including other members of the public and may be included without alteration (including names and addresses) Council business papers

Council amends its Planning rules from time to time. Council is required to seek community input to the proposed changes through a public exhibition period. Each of the proposed changes will be included as part of this section. You are invited to inspect the draft provisions and may make a submission in writing to Bathurst Regional Council. Any submission objecting to any provisions must clearly state the reasons for objection. Council will exhibit the proposed amendment to the Bathurst Regional Development Control Plan 2014 for a period of 28 days.

The lodging of a submission is voluntary. However, if you choose not to lodge a submission/objection in writing, your views will not be taken into account by Council in relation to this matter. Any information that you choose to provide to Council will be used by Council to process this matter. Once lodged with Council the information you provide can be accessed by you and may also be available to third parties including other members of the public and may be included without alteration (including names and addresses) Council business papers

Amendment No 20 - Repeal of Chapter 2 - Exhibition and Notification of Development Applications

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Repeal of Chapter 2 - Exhibition and Notification of Development Applications DCP Amendment

Council is required to implement a Community Participation Plan (CPP) under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act. The Bathurst Regional Community Participation Plan was adopted by Council on 17 July 2019. Chapter 2 of the Development Control Plan currently contains the public exhibition and notification requirements for Development Applications. These provisions have now been transferred to Section 3 of the Community Participation Plan. The duplication of the provisions within the DCP are no longer required and should be removed. Chapter 2 of the DCP should now only include a reference to the CPP in relation to exhibition or notification requirements for Development Applications.

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