Development Control Plans
The Development Control Plans provide details and criteria for assessing development to support the statutory provisions of Orange LEP 2011. The plans provide information to guide development and also make reference to other plans, maps and supporting material to assist in achieving planning outcomes appropriate to the City.
The plans are also intended as an educational resource for planning in the City that helps to explain issues and measures that affect the development of Orange and to provide alternative planning solutions to issues.
Phillip Street DCP
Phillip Street has been defined as comprising lands to the north of the Northern Distributor Road and Ophir Road roundabout, west of Ophir Road and south of Phillip Street. The Phillip Street DCP and Precinct Plan recognises this area as a new urban release area for Orange.
The plan provides specific design controls as well as providing the location of the road network and lot layout that is consistent with the minimum lot sizes pursuant to the Orange Local Environmental Plan 2011.
The plan documents can be downloaded from these links:
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Hard copies of the Phillip Street DCP and Precinct Plan may also be inspected at the Customer Service Counter of the Civic Centre (ground floor), Byng Street, Orange during normal office hours.
Orange City Council’s meeting on 2 September 2014 adopted the Shiralee Development Control Plan (DCP). This decision came after significant community consultation. The Orange City Council meeting on Tuesday 6 May put the Masterplan on display for public comment. Submissions closed on Monday 16 June, 2014.
The plan was assembled following a long period of community consultation. Each person or organisation which made a submission received a written response from the City Council. The South Orange Masterplan Post Exhibition Report was presented to the 2 September, 2014 Council meeting.
ThisMedia Release issued after the 2 September meeting outlines more information about the adoption of the plan, and the expected time-lines when the first development changes might begin.
During 2015 an amendment to the Shiralee Control Plan was the subject of a community consultation.After a community consultation, Orange City Council’s meeting on 15 December 2015 adopted the new DCP. The adopted version of the Shiralee Development Control Plan 2015 (16.4 MB) can downloaded here.
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