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Repealed - State Environmental Planning Policy No 47-Moore Park Showground

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SEPP No 47-Moore Park Showground


This is a repealed State Environmental Planning Policy and has been superseded by the State Environmental Planning Policy (Precincts – Eastern Harbour City) 2021 as part of the Department's initiative to consolidate State Environmental Planning Policies to simplify and provide certainty to the planning system.

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This historical record represents Moore Park Showground for State Environmental Planning Policy.

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Data quality statement for State Environmental Planning Policy No 47-Moore Park Showground

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This Policy aims:(a) to enable the redevelopment of the Moore Park Showground in a manner that is consistent with its status as an area of importance for State and regional planning in New South Wales, and (b) to improve and enhance the cultural and recreational facilities of Sydney for the people of New South Wales by furthering the development of Sydney as a world class film, television and video production centre, and (c) to recognise the State significance of a film and television studio on the Moore Park Showground in terms of employment generation and additional revenue for the State, and (d) to allow a range of film, television, video and related development, commercial uses associated with the film, television and video industry and other entertainment, recreational and educational activities on the Moore Park Showground, and (e) to ensure that a range of impacts is considered by the consent authority in determining development applications, and (f) to ensure that community and equestrian uses can continue on parts of the Moore Park Showground and that provision is made for public access, and (g) to recognise the heritage significance of the Moore Park Showground and protect any archaeological relics.



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This spatial dataset reflects the current planning legislation in NSW in particular the maps and legislation published on the NSW legislation website ( The data production usually occurs in conjunction with the development of the Environmental Planning Instrument (EPI) it is connected to. Original data inputs are produced by Local Government or the Department according to map and data standards developed by the Department and published externally via the website. These data inputs are checked by data and cartographic staff as well as planning staff internally against the map and data standards as well as for accurate content. Once the planning instrument is notified, the input data will be incorporated into the relevant EPI datasets. The quality management processes involved in the data production to this point are routinely screened by internal and external auditors for certification under ISO 9001 - Quality Management Systems. At this point the various datasets are then combined into a new normalised data schema to suit the requirements of the online Planning Viewer. This occurs via various automated ETL processes. Although every care is taken in ETL processes to maintain accuracy sometimes differences between inputs and final normalised data can occur.

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This data is provided under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence Attribute 'Department of Planning and Environment ' in publications using this data.

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