Hornsby Development Control Plan
The HDCP is divided into nine parts. The first part spells out general controls that apply to all applications, while the remaining eight parts provide land-use and area-based controls.
** Practice Note: The Local Government (City of Parramatta and Cumberland) Proclamation 2016 provides transitional arrangements for newly amalgamated authorities. The Proclamation stipulates that until new plans are adopted for an amalgamated area, the existing plan from the previous authority applies.
HDCP Book Version
HDCP Individual Parts
- Contents - 2.2MB
- Part 1 - General - 1.8MB
- Part 2 - Rural - 2.7MB
- Part 3 - Residential - 31.5MB
- Part 4 - Business - 10.3MB
- Part 5 - Industrial - 608kb
- Part 6 - Subdivision - 18.7MB
- Part 7 - Community - 432kb
- Part 8 - River Settlements - 2.4MB
- Part 9 - Heritage - 8.9MB
- Part 10 - Annexures - 3.9MB
A development application is to include all the relevant documentation to enable an assessment of the proposal. The DA Submission Guideline - 1MB complements the HDCP 2013 in that it provides a general overview of the common submission requirements for development applications.
There are a number of State Environmental Planning Policies (SEPPs) that apply in Hornsby Shire and prevail over the Hornsby Local Environmental Plan 2013 (HLEP) wherever there is an inconsistency. All SEPPs in force can be viewed on the NSW Legislation website. A list of SEPPs applicable to a specific property can be obtained from Council though a Section 10.7 Planning Certificate.