Planning proposal PP23/0005 SALT Surf Life Saving Club, Kingscliff

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Submissions are now closed.


Council is inviting the local community to provide feedback on Planning proposal PP23/0005 – to amend Tweed Local Environmental Plan 2014 (Amendment No. 38) to enable a “Function centre” on land at Lot 4 LP1234959; 45 Bells Boulevard, Kingscliff until 4 pm, Wednesday 10 July 2024.


What is being proposed?

Salt Surf Life Saving Club has submitted a planning proposal seeking approval for the upper floor to be used for weddings and other community related functions. The Planning Proposal seeks to amend the Tweed Local Environmental Plan 2014 (LEP 2014).

To make an informed submission a car parking needs assessment and an acoustic study for the Salt SLSC facility have been prepared for review and are part of the documents on exhibition.

Hard copies of the documents can be viewed at Tweed and Murwillumbah Council offices upon request.

How will this planning proposal be implemented?

The site is currently partly zoned SP3 Tourist according to the 2014 Local Environmental Plan (LEP 2014) and partly zoned 2(f) Tourist and 7(f) Environmental Protection (Coastal Lands) according to the Tweed Local Environmental Plan 2000 (LEP 2000).

The Planning Proposal seeks to amend the land zoning to SP3 – Tourist under LEP 2014 to enable the “Function centre” land use.

What will this planning proposal achieve?

The following details are included in this Planning Proposal:

  • Request for functions to be held on the upper floor of the existing Salt SLSC for the purpose of community and private events/functions.
  • The planning proposal will result in rezoning the entire site SP3 Tourist zone under Tweed Local Environmental Plan 2014.
  • Use of the SLSC Club building for non-member community or private functions to be operated ancillary to existing activities undertaken within the SLSC Club building.

What types of events might take place?

The intention is to accommodate community groups and events along with infrequent functions such as:

  • public and resident meetings
  • conferencing space
  • professional workshops
  • SLS and community training
  • birthdays/weddings.

Have your say

Do you support the Planning Proposal to enable events as listed above to take place at Salt Surf Life Saving Club?

Make a submission up until 4 pm, 10 July 2024 in one of the following ways:

  • Online: fill in the submission form below
  • Email: tsc@tweed.nsw.gov.au Subject: Salt Surf Life Saving Club Planning Proposal
  • Mail: Planning Proposal PP23/0005, General Manager, Tweed Shire Council, PO Box 816, Murwillumbah, NSW 2484

If you make a submission by email or mail, please include your name and address and state if you do not want your submission included in a report to Council.

Please be aware that confidential information contained within submissions may be released upon request being made by a third party in accordance with Council policy and the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

The NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces has determined that Council may exercise local plan-making authority functions in relation to this planning proposal.

Next steps

Following the public exhibition, Council officers will prepare a final report with a detailed summary of submissions received. If the elected Council resolves to support the planning proposal, it will be forwarded to the NSW Department of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure for approval. Due to the upcoming local government election and associated caretaker period, this planning proposal is likely to be reported to Council either shortly after the public exhibition or in late 2024.

What is a Planning proposal?

A Planning Proposal is a draft amendment to a Local Environmental Plan (LEP), which is a plan that determines what land can be used for within a local government area. An LEP gives every property a land use zone with a list of land uses that are allowed and not allowed. In addition to the land uses shown in each zone, LEPs include a list of Additional Permitted Uses (APUs) that only apply to specific properties.

Submissions are now closed.


Council is inviting the local community to provide feedback on Planning proposal PP23/0005 – to amend Tweed Local Environmental Plan 2014 (Amendment No. 38) to enable a “Function centre” on land at Lot 4 LP1234959; 45 Bells Boulevard, Kingscliff until 4 pm, Wednesday 10 July 2024.


What is being proposed?

Salt Surf Life Saving Club has submitted a planning proposal seeking approval for the upper floor to be used for weddings and other community related functions. The Planning Proposal seeks to amend the Tweed Local Environmental Plan 2014 (LEP 2014).

To make an informed submission a car parking needs assessment and an acoustic study for the Salt SLSC facility have been prepared for review and are part of the documents on exhibition.

Hard copies of the documents can be viewed at Tweed and Murwillumbah Council offices upon request.

How will this planning proposal be implemented?

The site is currently partly zoned SP3 Tourist according to the 2014 Local Environmental Plan (LEP 2014) and partly zoned 2(f) Tourist and 7(f) Environmental Protection (Coastal Lands) according to the Tweed Local Environmental Plan 2000 (LEP 2000).

The Planning Proposal seeks to amend the land zoning to SP3 – Tourist under LEP 2014 to enable the “Function centre” land use.

What will this planning proposal achieve?

The following details are included in this Planning Proposal:

  • Request for functions to be held on the upper floor of the existing Salt SLSC for the purpose of community and private events/functions.
  • The planning proposal will result in rezoning the entire site SP3 Tourist zone under Tweed Local Environmental Plan 2014.
  • Use of the SLSC Club building for non-member community or private functions to be operated ancillary to existing activities undertaken within the SLSC Club building.

What types of events might take place?

The intention is to accommodate community groups and events along with infrequent functions such as:

  • public and resident meetings
  • conferencing space
  • professional workshops
  • SLS and community training
  • birthdays/weddings.

Have your say

Do you support the Planning Proposal to enable events as listed above to take place at Salt Surf Life Saving Club?

Make a submission up until 4 pm, 10 July 2024 in one of the following ways:

  • Online: fill in the submission form below
  • Email: tsc@tweed.nsw.gov.au Subject: Salt Surf Life Saving Club Planning Proposal
  • Mail: Planning Proposal PP23/0005, General Manager, Tweed Shire Council, PO Box 816, Murwillumbah, NSW 2484

If you make a submission by email or mail, please include your name and address and state if you do not want your submission included in a report to Council.

Please be aware that confidential information contained within submissions may be released upon request being made by a third party in accordance with Council policy and the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

The NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces has determined that Council may exercise local plan-making authority functions in relation to this planning proposal.

Next steps

Following the public exhibition, Council officers will prepare a final report with a detailed summary of submissions received. If the elected Council resolves to support the planning proposal, it will be forwarded to the NSW Department of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure for approval. Due to the upcoming local government election and associated caretaker period, this planning proposal is likely to be reported to Council either shortly after the public exhibition or in late 2024.

What is a Planning proposal?

A Planning Proposal is a draft amendment to a Local Environmental Plan (LEP), which is a plan that determines what land can be used for within a local government area. An LEP gives every property a land use zone with a list of land uses that are allowed and not allowed. In addition to the land uses shown in each zone, LEPs include a list of Additional Permitted Uses (APUs) that only apply to specific properties.

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