9 May 2019

Consulting the Community

Public Exhibition of Draft Operational Plan 2019/2020

Following the adoption of the Hawkesbury Community Strategic Plan 2017–2036, and the Delivery Program 2017-2021, Council has completed preparation of the following key document required by the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework:

Draft Operational Plan 2019/2020


Each year Council outlines its activities for the coming year through an Operational Plan.

The Draft Operational Plan 2019/2020 identifies the proposed projects, programs and activities to be undertaken during 2019/2020. The Operational Plan also contains a Statement of Revenue Policy which includes fees and charges and information regarding rates and annual charges. Estimated income and expenditure and the Capital Works Program for 2019/2020 are also included.

The Draft Plan will be on public exhibition for the period Friday, 19 April 2019 to Friday, 17 May 2019. You can view the draft Plan at Council’s Administrative Building, 366 George Street, Windsor, on Council’s website www.hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au, or on Council’s online community engagement site www.yourhawkesbury-yoursay.com.au.

Written submissions regarding the Draft Operational Plan 2019/2020 may be made to Council any time during the exhibition period and can be sent to Council by any of the following methods:

  • By mail: PO Box 146,Windsor NSW 2756
  • By fax: 4587 7740
  • By email: council@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au
  • Via Council’s online community engagement site www.yourhawkesbury-yoursay.com.au

Please make reference to “Draft Operational Plan Submission” at the top of your submission. For any enquiries regarding the Draft Operational Plan 2019/2020, please contact Council on (02) 4560 4444.
Please be advised that comments about the Draft Operational Plan 2019/2020 may contain information that is personal information, such as information that identifies you, etc, for the purposes of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act.
The submission of personal information with your comments is voluntary but, if not provided, may affect consideration of such comments. The information will ultimately be stored in Council's records system.
Please note that confidentiality is not available to respondents. The details of any submissions may be included in a Council report. Information (including copies of submissions) may also be released in accordance with Council’s Access to Information Policy.
The purpose of collecting this information is to assist Council in obtaining the views of the community regarding this matter. The information may also be made available to third parties in accordance with the relevant legislation.

Council Meetings

May

Tuesday 14 Ordinary 6.30PM

Tuesday 28 Ordinary 6.30PM

Development Applications Recently Determined

  • Notice under Section 4.59 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, the following Development Consents, Complying Development Certificates, Section 96 Modifications and Section 82A Reviews were determined by Council.
  • DA0039/19 - 85 Bathurst Street PITT TOWN -Take Away Food and Drink Premises - Change of Use of Part of Existing Building for Use as Take Away Food and Drink Premises - Approved
  • DA0062/19 - 1 Plateau Street NORTH RICHMOND -Dwelling House - Approved
  • DA0093/19 - 8 East Market Street RICHMOND -Hotel or Motel Accommodation - Demolition of Part of Existing Structures, Construction of a Building for Hotel/Motel Accommodation Providing 121 Rooms for Accommodation, Restaurant, Cafe, Licensed bar area, Associated Car Parking, Manoeuvring and Landscaped Areas - Withdrawn
  • DA0402/18 - 662 Greens Road LOWER PORTLAND -Dwelling House - Approved
  • DA0527/18 - 1132 Grose Vale Road KURRAJONG -SEPP (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009 - Secondary Dwelling - Approved
  • DA0535/18 - 686 Greens Road LOWER PORTLAND -Structure Ancillary to Dwelling - Horse Stables - Refused
  • S960104/18 - 74 Bathurst Street PITT TOWN -Modification of Development Consent No.DA0427/17 - Design Amendments - Approved


  • The Development Consents, Complying Development Certificates, Section 96 Modifications and Section 82A Reviews are available for public inspections, without charge, at Council’s Administration Building, 366 George Street, Windsor. Office hours are 8.30am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday.

Development Proposal

Lots 1-4 S/P 73508, No. 244 Hawkesbury Valley Way CLARENDON NSW 2756

Hawkesbury City Council has received a development application for a Pub - Increase Trading Hours to 10:00am - 3:00am, Monday to Saturday, 10:00am - 12:00pm (Midnight) Sunday and Permit Live Entertainment at the above property. The applicant is LAS Lawyers and Consultants. Hawkesbury City Council is the consent authority.

The development application and supporting information will be on public exhibition for the period 9/05/2019 to 23/05/2019. All plans and details may be inspected between 8:30am and 5:00pm Monday to Friday, at Council's Administration Building, 366 George Street, Windsor.

During the exhibition period any person may make a submission in writing to Council in relation to the development application, quoting reference DA0155/19. Where a submission by way of objection is made, the grounds for objection are to be specified in the submission. Should you lodge a submission, your views will be taken into account as part of our assessment and a reply will be forwarded to you when the application is determined.

Please note that confidentiality is not available to objectors. The details of any submissions may be included in a Council report or forwarded to the applicant where it may help to resolve design or operational problems. Information (including copies of submissions) may also be released in accordance with Council Policy for Access to Information.

Under Section 10.4(5) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, any person who makes a submission to Council is required to disclose any political donation or gift. Any submission made is to be accompanied by a Political Donation and Gift Disclosure Statement. This statement is available from Hawkesbury City Council.

If you have any concerns about the proposal, it is suggested that you speak with the assessing officer so that all aspects may be fully discussed. Matters such as privacy, noise and impact on adjoining properties are a normal part of our assessment.

Enquiries: Customer Service on (02)4560 4444.

Integrated Development Proposal

Lot 1 DP 224860, Lot 2 in DP 224860 and Lot 1 DP 771242, No. 184 and 202 Commercial Road and No. 62 Chapman Road VINEYARD NSW 2765

Hawkesbury City Council has received a development application for Subdivision - Demolition of Existing Structures, Earthworks, Construction of Roads, Upgrade Works to Existing Road, Service Infrastructure, Two Lot Boundary Adjustment, Subdivision to Create 39 Torrens Title Lots, One Residue Lot for Dedication for Future Arterial Road and One Residue Lot for On Site Detention at the above property. The applicant is BG & E Pty Ltd. Hawkesbury City Council is the consent authority.

The proposed development is defined as integrated development under Section 4.46 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 because an approval under Section 100B of the Rural Fires Act 1997 is required. The approval body is the NSW Rural Fire Service.

The development application and supporting information will be on public exhibition for the period 9/05/2019 to 23/05/2019. All plans and details may be inspected between 8:30am and 5:00pm Monday to Friday, at Council's Administration Office, 366 George Street, Windsor.

During the exhibition period any person may make a submission in writing to Council in relation to the development application, quoting reference DA0154/19. Where a submission by way of objection is made, the grounds for objection are to be specified in the submission. Should you lodge a submission, your views will be taken into account as part of our assessment and a reply will be forwarded to you when the application is determined.

Please note that confidentiality is not available to objectors. The details of any submissions may be included in a Council report or forwarded to the applicant where it may help to resolve design or operational problems. Information (including copies of submissions) may also be released in accordance with Council Policy for Access to Information.

If you have any concerns about the proposal, it is suggested that you speak with the assessing officer so that all aspects may be fully discussed. Matters such as privacy and impact on adjoining owners are a normal part of our assessment.

Enquiries: Customer Service on (02)4560 4444.

Lot 3 DP 548570, Mistley Grange 54 Derrig Road TENNYSON NSW 2754

Hawkesbury City Council has received a development application for Intensive Plant Agriculture - Demolition of Some Existing Structures, Clearing of Native Vegetation, Decommissioning of Existing Water Storage Facility, Construction of Sediment Control Dams and Regrading of the Site for Use as Turf Farm at the above property. The applicant is Charles Joseph Muscat. Hawkesbury City Council is the consent authority.

The proposed development is defined as integrated development under Section 4.46 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 because an approval under the Water Management Act 2000 is required. The approval body is the Department of Industry – Natural Resource Access Regulator.

The development application and supporting information will be on public exhibition for the period 9/05/2019 to 6/06/2019. All plans and details may be inspected between 8:30am and 5:00pm Monday to Friday, at Council's Administration Office, 366 George Street, Windsor.

During the exhibition period any person may make a submission in writing to Council in relation to the development application, quoting reference DA0147/19. Where a submission by way of objection is made, the grounds for objection are to be specified in the submission. Should you lodge a submission, your views will be taken into account as part of our assessment and a reply will be forwarded to you when the application is determined.

Please note that confidentiality is not available to objectors. The details of any submissions may be included in a Council report or forwarded to the applicant where it may help to resolve design or operational problems. Information (including copies of submissions) may also be released in accordance with Council Policy for Access to Information.

If you have any concerns about the proposal, it is suggested that you speak with the assessing officer so that all aspects may be fully discussed. Matters such as privacy, overshadowing and impact on adjoining owners are a normal part of our assessment.

Enquiries: Natalie Piggott on (02) 4560 4573.

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