Repealed - Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 33-Cooks Cove

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This historical record represents Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 33-Cooks Cove

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Metadata template type Vector
Asset Type Dataset
Alternative Title SREP No 33-Cooks Cove
Edition 1
Purpose This plan aims:(a) to establish planning principles for the development of land that promote the ecologically sustainable use of the Cooks Cove site, and (b) to rezone land at Cooks Cove to encourage trade and technology uses, and to attract global-reach businesses which strengthen Sydney’s international competitiveness, and (c) to capitalise on the physical proximity of the Cooks Cove site to Sydney International Airport and Port Botany to create trade-focussed development, and (d) to facilitate master planning strategies that will promote the orderly development of public open space and trade and technology land uses, and (e) to identify appropriate development form and capacity for the Cooks Cove site, and (f) to provide open space for a range of recreational uses, and (g) to provide for good public access through the Cooks Cove site and along the Cooks River foreshores, and (h) to enhance the Botany Bay to Homebush Bay regional cycleway and pedestrian/cycle network, and (i) to protect environmentally significant wetlands and the habitat of the endangered Green and Golden Bell Frog, and (j) to establish vegetated riparian areas along the Cooks River and Muddy Creek foreshores, and (k) to provide vegetated riparian buffers around the Marsh Street, Eve Street, Spring Creek and Landing Lights wetlands.
Update Frequency Not planned
OEH Service DPE Service
Equivalent Scale 320000
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Geospatial Topic Environment
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Temporal Coverage From 2018-03-23
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
Licence Creative Commons Attribution
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