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Two new Development Control Plans adopted

Two new Development Control Plans (DCPs) have been adopted by Orange City Council and have officially come into effect.

The two new DCPs are :

  • site-specific controls for the west end of the former hospital site, and
  • a new chapter of the Orange DCP 2004 which covers how development of flood-affected land in Orange will be managed.

Formal notices concerning the two new DCPs can be found here.

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 Adoption of a Development Control Plan in relation to the west end of former orange base hospital site.

Pursuant to section 21(2) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 Council hereby notifies the community of its decision, taken at the Planning and Development Committee meeting of 6 April 2021, to adopt a Development Control Plan (DCP).

The DCP, to be known as DCP 17 ‘Site Specific Controls – West End Precinct’ takes effect as chapter 17 of the Orange Development Control Plan 2004 with the publication  of this notice on 4 May 2021.

The provisions of chapter 17 can be accessed on the main DCP page or here:  West End Development Control Plan

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Adoption of a Development Control Plan In relation to Flood Affected Land.

Pursuant to section 21(2) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 Council hereby notifies the community of its decision, taken at the Planning and Development Committee meeting of 6 April 2021, to adopt a Development Control Plan (DCP).

The DCP, to be known as DCP 4A ‘Flood Affected Land’ takes effect as chapter 4A of the Orange Development Control Plan 2004 with the publication  of this notice on 4 May 2021.

The provisions of chapter 4A can be accessed on the main DCP page or here: Draft DCP chapter for Flood Affected Land

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