Planning controls

Planning controls explain the standards and restrictions for a new development. Planning controls may apply to a location (suburb, street or single lot), particular types of development (dwellings, villas) or a component of the development (provision of carparking, control of stormwater).

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Central Coast Development Control Plan 2022

NOTICE: CHANGES IN EFFECT FROM 1 AUGUST 2022 The new Central Coast Local Environmental Plan 2022 (CCLEP 2022) was finalised and notified on the NSW Legislation website on 24 June 2022.  It came into effect on 1 ...

Central Coast Local Environmental Plan 2022

NOTICE: CHANGES IN EFFECT FROM 1 AUGUST 2022 The new Central Coast Local Environmental Plan 2022 (CCLEP 2022) was finalised and notified on the NSW Legislation website on 24 June 2022.  It came into effect on 1 ...

Local Environmental Plan Amendment Requests (Rezoning)

Central Coast Local Environmental Plan 2022 (CCLEP 2022) is the primary legal planning document for guiding land use and planning decisions made by Council. The CCLEP 2022 describes what can be undertaken on land and is...

Variation reporting

Council must complete quarterly returns on variations of development standards under delegations using Clause 4.6 of the Local Environmental Plan (previously State Environmental Planning Policy No 1). Local Council...
Last updated : Wed 3 Aug 2022