City of Newcastle is proposing to enter into a draft Planning Agreement for the development at 10 Dangar Street, Wickham with the developer of the site, Dangar St Wickham Pty Ltd.
The draft Planning Agreement proposes a monetary contribution of $1,587,976.50 paid to City of Newcastle (CN) in connection with the proposed development at the site.
This monetary contribution will be used toward the provision of local public amenities or infrastructure that supports the implementation of the Wickham Masterplan 2021 (WMP 2021).
The draft Planning Agreement was endorsed by Council for public exhibition at its meeting on 27 September 2022.
What is a Planning Agreement?
A Planning Agreement (PA) is a legal agreement entered into by a planning authority, such as CN, and a developer. Under a Planning Agreement, a developer agrees to provide or fund community benefits such as public amenities, public services, affordable housing, transport, or other infrastructure.
What is an Explanatory Note?
Planning Agreements must be accompanied by an Explanatory Note to assist the public in understanding the Planning Agreement. An Explanatory Note will outline what the Planning Agreement is proposing, how it delivers public benefit, and why it is acceptable and within the public interest.
Have your say
The draft Planning Agreement is on public exhibition until Friday 28 October 2022 and CN would like your feedback. You may view the draft Planning Agreement and Explanatory Note and other supporting documents on this page.
The Development Application (DA) for the site is also on public exhibition. The DA (DA2022/00448) and supporting documents may be viewed on CN's Application Tracker.
Public Exhibition: Thursday 29 September to Friday 28 October 2022.
Submit your written comments: Formal submissions are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail, ensuring 'Planning Agreement - 10 Dangar Street Wickham' is in the title of the submission:
City of Newcastle
Attention: Timothy Walsh
PO Box 489
NEWCASTLE NSW 2300
Submissions must be received by close of business Friday 28 October 2022.
Protecting your privacy
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Purpose of collecting personal details: Council is collecting this information to determine the local community’s views and opinions on the proposal outlined.
Intended recipients: Information provided as part of the consultation will be used as part of the investigation into the proposal, and may be included in future reports on the issue.
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Access: Individuals can access data to check accuracy by contacting Council.