Existing Development Controls

Local Environmental Plan

A Local Environmental Plan ('LEP') is the primary local planning instrument that sets a range of controls for development in the Shire.  This includes, but is not limited to, zoning of land and permissible land uses, theminimum lot size for subdivision and dwellings, heritage conservation, and key development controls to protect the environment, minimise land use conflicts, and promote sustainable development. 

The current plan is Cabonne Local Environmental Plan 2012

A copy of the LEP can be viewed or downloaded at Cabonne Local Environmental Plan 2012 or go towww.legislation.nsw.gov.au and click the 'Browse' tab.  Under 'Browse in Force' / 'EPIs' click on the letter 'C' for Cabonne.  

Please note that the zoning maps associated with this plan are also available through the web link.

Development Control Plans

It is the role of a DCP to provide more detailed controls for specific development types, issues and places that are suited to Cabonne and the community's desired development outcomes.  

The current adopted development control plans in Cabonne are:

No.

Title

Date In Force

DCP 2

West Canowindra Rural Small Holdings (PDF - 164.44KB)

16 November 1992

DCP 3

Weemelah Rural Small Holdings (PDF - 146.47KB)

16 November 1992

DCP 4

Longs Corner Road Rural Small Holdings (PDF - 221.42KB)

16 November 1992

DCP 5

General Rural Zones (PDF - 186.77KB)

1 December 1992

DCP 6

Rural Small Holdings (PDF - 455.21KB)

1 December 1992

DCP 7

North Street Canowindra Industrial (PDF - 34.75KB)

24 June 1992

DCP 8

North Molong Industry (PDF - 30.98KB)

25 January 1995

DCP 9

Strathnook Lane Rural Small Holdings (PDF - 541.89KB)

24 December 1999

DCP 10

Flood Prone Lane in Molong (PDF - 202.24KB)

8 November 2005

DCP 13 Advertising Signage in Conservation Areas (Molong and Canowindra) (PDF - 1498.16KB)

20 November 2000

DCP 15

Relocatable and Transportable Homes (PDF - 132.64KB)

14 July 2005

 

Contribution Plans

Your development may also trigger a requirement to pay contributions towards community infrastructure including contributions under Section 94 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 including:

Road Contribution Plan

Council Policies & Guidelines

There may be other Council policies or guidelines that apply to your development.  Please contact Council to discuss your development and find out about other matters that may affect desired development outcomes.