Kogarah Council is rezoning Blakehurst & waterfronts – check the list!

Kogarah City Council’s EXTRAORDINARY COUNCIL MEETING – Monday 4 April 2016
Venus Reception Centre, 20 Belgrave Street, Kogarah, commencing at 7:00pm

The NEW CITY PLAN will be decided!

  • Kogarah’s Councillors have received the final report on the NEW CITY PLAN, which recommends increases in medium and high density residential and commercial zoning throughout our local government area.
  • This report has been split in two: Part 1 recommends rezoning for increased density throughout the Kogarah area; Part 2 is the area of the Town Centre. Both reports and further information can be downloaded from Kogarah City Council’s website: http://www.kogarah.nsw.au You can also find them on our own website: http://www.kogarah.org
  • The New City Plan will be decided at the Extraordinary Council Meeting next Monday. Now is the last and only chance you have been given to ask questions directly to your Councillors. If you wish to speak, you need to register by phoning Council on 9330-9400 by 4:00pm this Thursday 31 March 2016.

Some of the FINAL REPORT recommendations include:


Blakehurst Precinct – Blakehurst Centre

93) Area zoned R3 – Medium Density Residential. 318-338 Princes Highway, Blakehurst. 12 metres.

3)  Rezone 308-316 Princes Highway, Carss Park from R2 – Low Density Residential to R3 – Medium Density Residential and increase height and FSR requirements. 12m.

4)  Rezone 340 Princes Highway and 2 Miowera Street, Carss Park from R2 – Low Density Residential to R3 – Medium Density Residential and increase height and FSR. 12m.

5)  Rezone 36-40 Bunyala Street, 390 – 394A Princes Highway and 4-12A Torrens Street, Blakehurst from R2 – Low Density Residential to R3 – Medium Density Residential and increase height and FSR requirements. 15m.

6)  Rezone 9-13 Phillip Street and 969 – 973 King Georges Road, Blakehurst from R2 – Low Density Residential to R3 – Medium Density Residential increase height and FSR. 15m.

7)  Rezone 979 King Georges Road, Blakehurst from B1 – Neighbourhood Centre to B2 – Local Centre and increase height and FSR requirements. 21m.

8)  Rezone 591- 629 Princes Highway, Blakehurst from B1 – Neighbourhood Centre to B2 – Local Centre and increase height and FSR requirements. 21m.

9)  Rezone 637 – 659 Princes Highway, Blakehurst from B1 – Neighbourhood Centre to B2 – Local Centre and increase height and FSR requirements. 21m.

10)  Rezone 2-8 Stuart Street, 2-4 Vaughan Street and 2-8 James Street, Blakehurst from R2 – Low Density Residential to R3 – Medium Density Residential incr. ht. & FSR. 15m. 

11)  Rezone 1-5 James Street, 6-16 Vaughan Street and 1-7 Water Street, Blakehurst from R2 – Low Density Residential to R3 – Medium Density Residential incr. ht. & FSR. 15m.

16) Rezone 513 Princes Highway, Blakehurst from R2 – Low Density Residential to R3 – Medium Density Residential and increase height and FSR requirements. 15m.


Blakehurst Precinct – Blakehurst Waterfront

12)  Rezone 424-436, 448-454, 468-474, 723 – 741 Princes Highway, Blakehurst from E4 – Environmental Living to R3 – Medium Density Residential and increase height and FSR requirements.


Waterfront Properties – E4 – Environmental Living Zone

Recommendation: Proceed with proposed changes to zoning Waterfront Properties from E4 – Environmental Living to R2 – Low Density Residential and height and FSR consistent with the R2 – Low Density zone, as exhibited in the Planning Proposal.


Height: 39m = 13 storeys; 33m = 11 storeys; 21m = 7 storeys; 15m = 5 storeys; 12m = 4 storeys; 9m = 3 storeys.


Blakehurst : WaterfrontDownload, print and give your neighbours our newsletter!

PDF download:  Page 1: (Newsletter IV)
and
PDF download:  Page 2: Blakehurst & waterfronts


  • Phone Kogarah Council’s Customer Service Centre now, 9330-9400 to register to speak at the Extraordinary Meeting, before 4pm this Thursday, 31 March 2016.
  • Attend the Meeting at the Venus Reception Centre, 20 Belgrave Street, Kogarah (next to the Greek Orthodox Church). Ask questions and let them hear your concerns about the proposed new environment for Kogarah of substantially increased housing density.
  • Contact your Councillors, you elected them to represent you. You can find their details on Kogarah City Council’s website and our kogarah.org
    website.

Your voice is powerful – make it heard!

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