Development Control Plan (DCP) & Technical Manuals
The Newcastle Development Control Plan 2012, supplements the Newcastle Local Environmental Plan and provides additional information that should be taken into account when preparing a Development Application.
Newcastle City Council is pleased to allow the Newcastle DCP 2012 to be reproduced in whole or in part, provided the meaning is unchanged and the source, publisher and authorship are acknowledged.
Should you have any queries regarding the Newcastle Development Control Plan 2012, please contact the Customer Enquiry Centre on 02 4974 2036.
Note: the Newcastle Development Control Plan 2012 is provided to assist you with the preparation of Development Applications. The provisions of the DCP are largely assessment criteria to be used in the assessment of Development Applications. However, some local circumstances may apply to any particular development site or proposal that warrant separate consideration outside the framework of Newcastle Development Control Plan 2012. Accordingly, compliance with the provisions does not guarantee development approval, nor will non compliance with the provisions necessarily result in refusal of an application. Council does not accept any liability for your interpretation of the applicability or non applicability of the elements to your particular development proposal.
- 0.00 Table of Contents
- 1.00 Introduction
- 2.00 How to Use this DCP
- 3.00 Landuse Specific Provisions
- 4.00 Risk Minimisation Provisions
- 5.00 Environmental Protections Provisions
- 6.00 Locality Specific Provisions
- 7.00 Development Provisions
- 8.00 Public Participation
- 9.00 Glossary
- Technical Manuals and Additional Information
Technical Manuals provide more detailed or supportive information to the Newcastle Development Control Plan 2012.
Technical Manuals can be downloaded here or purchased separately to the Newcastle Development Control Plan 2012 from Council's Customer Enquiry Centre. The Technical Manuals are also included in the CD version of the Newcastle Development Control Plan 2012.