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Have your say on the revised Draft Kingscliff Locality Plan

Kingscliff residents are invited to review the Draft Kingscliff Locality Plan and Development Control Plan (Section B26) that will guide future decision making about land use in Kingscliff and help to achieve the community’s aspirations for their local area over the next 30 years.

This is the second time these draft plans have been placed on exhibition. A lot has happened since the draft Plans were on exhibition last year. To keep in step with community aspirations, recent State Government planning decisions and new statutory requirements, Council has made some revisions and is now seeking your feedback.


Revisions since the last draft include:

  • Updating the ecological footprint in line with Council’s Environmental zone review process and inclusion of areas for potential offset planting.

  • Updating housing density targets across the portion of land that could potentially be developed. This has the potential to deliver approximately 2500 new dwellings to accommodate an additional 4000 people.

  • New strategies to leverage benefits of the new hospital site for the Kingscliff and Cudgen communities.

  • Proposed areas of medium density along the western side of Kingsclif St with a 9.0m building height providing opportunity for housing diversity whilst ensuring future development is in keeping with existing surrounding development.

  • Alignment with the recently adopted Tweed Shire Open Space Strategy and the draft Community Infrastructure Framework Plan. This includes: the retention of open space along Elrond Drive; and amendment of the specific reference to a new expanded library facility to a a multi-purpose community facility within the Kingscliff town centre.

Click here to see all of the revisions.


Join the conversation

Join a conversation with Council staff about the draft Plans

Where
Kingscliff Beachside Markets
Jack Bayliss Park
Marine Parade, Kingscliff


When
8am – 12pm
Saturday 14 December 2019



Have your say

Tell us your thoughts about the Draft Kingscliff Locality Plan and Draft Kingscliff Development Control Plan, whether they be positive or constructive. Please be as specific as possible with your answers.

Submissions must be made in writing.

  • Online: Using the 'Make a Submission' form below
  • Email: tsc@tweed.nsw.gov.au Subject: Kingscliff Locality Plan
  • By mail: The General Manager, Tweed Shire Council, PO Box 816 Murwillumbah NSW 2484

Submissions must be received by Council no later than 4pm on Friday 31 January 2020.



Have your say on the revised Draft Kingscliff Locality Plan

Kingscliff residents are invited to review the Draft Kingscliff Locality Plan and Development Control Plan (Section B26) that will guide future decision making about land use in Kingscliff and help to achieve the community’s aspirations for their local area over the next 30 years.

This is the second time these draft plans have been placed on exhibition. A lot has happened since the draft Plans were on exhibition last year. To keep in step with community aspirations, recent State Government planning decisions and new statutory requirements, Council has made some revisions and is now seeking your feedback.


Revisions since the last draft include:

  • Updating the ecological footprint in line with Council’s Environmental zone review process and inclusion of areas for potential offset planting.

  • Updating housing density targets across the portion of land that could potentially be developed. This has the potential to deliver approximately 2500 new dwellings to accommodate an additional 4000 people.

  • New strategies to leverage benefits of the new hospital site for the Kingscliff and Cudgen communities.

  • Proposed areas of medium density along the western side of Kingsclif St with a 9.0m building height providing opportunity for housing diversity whilst ensuring future development is in keeping with existing surrounding development.

  • Alignment with the recently adopted Tweed Shire Open Space Strategy and the draft Community Infrastructure Framework Plan. This includes: the retention of open space along Elrond Drive; and amendment of the specific reference to a new expanded library facility to a a multi-purpose community facility within the Kingscliff town centre.

Click here to see all of the revisions.


Join the conversation

Join a conversation with Council staff about the draft Plans

Where
Kingscliff Beachside Markets
Jack Bayliss Park
Marine Parade, Kingscliff


When
8am – 12pm
Saturday 14 December 2019



Have your say

Tell us your thoughts about the Draft Kingscliff Locality Plan and Draft Kingscliff Development Control Plan, whether they be positive or constructive. Please be as specific as possible with your answers.

Submissions must be made in writing.

  • Online: Using the 'Make a Submission' form below
  • Email: tsc@tweed.nsw.gov.au Subject: Kingscliff Locality Plan
  • By mail: The General Manager, Tweed Shire Council, PO Box 816 Murwillumbah NSW 2484

Submissions must be received by Council no later than 4pm on Friday 31 January 2020.


  • CLOSED: This engagement has now concluded. Thank you to all who provided feedback.

    To make a submission, please include your contact details below and the details of your submission.

    To make a submission, please include your contact details below and the details of your submission.

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