Helpful information and considerations for developers.
Engineering Design and Construction Specifications
Engineering Design Specification and Engineering Construction Specification for use with subdivision and other developments are available for download below:
Standard Wording for Easements, Restrictions and Positive Covenants
Standard Wording for Easements, Restrictions and Positive Covenants is a guide provided to assist suitably qualified solicitors, conveyancers and registered surveyors in preparing a section 88B instrument for Subdivision Certificate applications pursuant to the provisions of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW).
Section 7.11 Local Contributions
Section 7.11 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (EP&A Act) authorises councils and other consent authorities to require contributions from developers for local infrastructure as part of their development approvals. Councils and accredited certifiers may only impose a contribution if it is of a kind allowed by and determined in accordance with a contributions plan, such as this plan.
Contributions of land, works and money from development of land throughout the LGA will be a key source funding for this new and upgraded local infrastructure.
Wollondilly Contributions Plan 2020
Council resolved at its meeting of 19 May 2020 to adopt the Wollondilly Development Contributions Plan 2020 and to repeal Wollondilly Development Contributions Plans 1993, 2000, 2005 and 2010, as well as Wollondilly Contributions Plan 2011, on the day Wollondilly Contributions Plan 2020 comes into effect.
In accordance with Cl.31 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 this notifies to the public that Wollondilly Contributions Plan 2020 will come into effect on 1 July 2020.
Download the Current Local Contribution Rates
Planning agreements can deliver or fund the provision of public amenities and services, affordable housing, transport or other infrastructure expenditure relating to the provision of public amenities or public services, affordable housing or transport or other infrastructure, the monitoring of the planning impacts of development, and the funding of recurrent conservation or enhancement of the natural environment.
Developers are required to meet the full cost of preparing agreements. See Council’s adopted Fees and Charges.
View the Planning Agreements Register.
Council's Contributions Team on 4677 1100 or firstname.lastname@example.org