List of Deemed SEPPs (formerly Regional Environmental Plans)

Region:

Greater Metropolitan Region

Title:

Greater Metropolitan Regional Environmental Plan No 2—Georges River Catchment

Gazetted:

5.2.99

Abstract:

Aims to protect the water quality of the Georges River and its tributaries and the environmental quality of the whole catchment. The objectives of the plan are to be achieved through coordinated land use planning and development control. The plan establishes the framework within which local, State and Federal agencies will consult so that there is a consistent approach to planning and development within the catchment.

REP:

Link to Greater Metropolitan Regional Environmental Plan No 2—Georges River Catchment

Region:

Hunter

Title:

Hunter Regional Environmental Plan 1989 (Heritage) (Repealed)

Gazetted:

3.11.89

Abstract:

Aims to conserve the environmental heritage of the Hunter Region. It identifies some 1300 heritage items in a number of categories - state, regional, local and areas requiring investigation, and heritage precincts (in suburbs and towns). Provides a framework for councils to develop, with the assistance of the Department, appropriate means for conserving the heritage of their area.

REP:

Link to Hunter Regional Environmental Plan 1989 (Heritage)

Region:

Illawarra

Title:

Illawarra Regional Environmental Plan No 1  (Repealed)

Gazetted:

11.4.86

Abstract:

Provides a framework for coordinated action to ensure best use of land resources, improvement in the quality of life, protection of regional needs and interests and the establishment of a stable and attractive climate for public and private investment.

REP:

Link to Illawarra Regional Environmental Plan No 1

Region:

Illawarra

Title:

Illawarra Regional Environmental Plan No 2–Jamberoo Valley  (Repealed)

Gazetted:

11.9.87

Abstract:

Aims to conserve the agricultural, environmental and aesthetic values of Jamberoo Valley, which lies partly within Kiama and Shellharbour municipalities. The plan contains plan making provisions related to the boundaries of the village.

REP:

Link to Illawarra Regional Environmental Plan No 2–Jamberoo Valley  (Repealed)

Region:

Illawarra

Title:

Jervis Bay Regional Environmental Plan 1996  (Repealed)

Gazetted:

10.1.97

Abstract:

Aims to protect the natural beauty and species diversity of Jervis Bay while allow development to proceed that is compatible with this aim. The plan includes provisions to protect water quality, landscape attributes, cultural heritage, natural habitats, and identifies and provides for the acquisition of a future National Park. It also identifies specific areas for urban development and encourages appropriate tourism developments.

REP:

Link to Jervis Bay Regional Environmental Plan 1996

Region:

Illawarra

Title:

Lower South Coast Regional Environmental Plan (No 2)  (Repealed)

Gazetted:

10.7.92

Abstract:

Provides a framework to guide decisions on local planning and development, and government and private investment in the Bega Valley and Eurobodalla shires. The plan provides regional policies and objectives; and sets out development considerations to protect the natural environment and promote the orderly and economic development and use of land on the south coast.

REP:

Link to Lower South Coast Regional Environmental Plan (No 2)

Region:

North Coast

Title:

North Coast Regional Environmental Plan  (Repealed)

Gazetted:

15.1.88

Abstract:

Provides local government with state and regional policy guidelines for the preparation of local environmental plans and for certain types of development. The plan sets the basis for new urban and rural development. The emphasis is on progress coupled with careful management. Amendments to the policy deal with heritage items, the NSW Coastal Policy and concurrence and consultation requirements in the REP.

REP:

Link to North Coast Regional Environmental Plan

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan (Sydney Harbour Catchment) 2005

Gazetted:

28.09.05

Abstract:

This plan provides zoning and development controls for land surrounding the harbour and the waterways (including the wider catchment) for the protection of the environment, vistas and function of the harbour.

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan (Sydney Harbour Catchment) 2005

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 33—Cooks Cove

Gazetted:

25.6.04

Abstract:

Establishes the zoning and development controls for the Cooks Cove site to facilitate a trade and technology park development providing employment and public and private open space in the area. The plan also provides for improved foreshore access and protection of existing wetland areas.

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 33—Cooks Cove

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 30—St Marys

Gazetted:

19.1.01

Abstract:

Provides a statutory framework to plan and develop 1538 hectares of land known as the Australian Defence Industries (ADI) site at St Marys. The plan zones the land for particular types of development: urban, regional park, regional open space, drainage, road/road widening, and employment.

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 30—St Marys

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 20—Hawkesbury–Nepean River (No. 2—1997)

Gazetted:

7.11.97

Abstract:

Integrates planning with catchment management to protect the river system. The impact of future land use is to be considered in a regional context. The plan covers water quality and quantity, environmentally sensitive areas, riverine scenic quality, agriculture, and urban and rural residential development. It controls development that has the potential to impact on the river environment. The plan applies to all parts of the catchment in the Sydney Region (15 local government areas), except for land covered by Sydney REP No. 11 - Penrith Lakes Scheme. The REP is supported by an Action Plan, which includes actions necessary to improve existing conditions.

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 20—Hawkesbury–Nepean River (No. 2—1997)

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 9—Extractive Industry (No. 2—1995)

Gazetted:

15.9.95

Abstract:

Identifies regionally significant extractive resources within the Sydney Region to facilitate their utilisation. The plan ensures extraction is carried out in an environmentally acceptable manner and prohibits extraction from certain environmentally sensitive areas. It ensures that decisions on future urban expansion take into account the ability to realise the full potential of important deposits.

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 9—Extractive Industry (No. 2—1995)

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 24-Homebush Bay Area

Gazetted:

24.9.93

Abstract:

Applies to land generally bounded by Parramatta River, Homebush Bay Drive, M4 and Silverwater industrial area. Provided a planning framework to guide and coordinate the continued renewal of the Homebush Bay area, including the facilities planned for the Olympics. The plan acknowledges the principles of ecologically sustainable development. It identifies and protects environmental conservation areas, as well as heritage items, heritage conservation areas and potential archaeological sites.

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 24—Homebush Bay Area

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 26—City West

Gazetted:

16.10.92

Abstract:

Covers the areas of Ultimo–Pyrmont, Glebe Island, White Bay, Rozelle Bay, Central and Eveleigh. The plan aims to promote the orderly and economic use and development of this land known as City West. It establishes planning principles and controls for the area as a whole and for each of its precincts. There have been several amendments, to introduce planning controls for the Bays Precinct, and provisions relating to affordable housing and pawnbroking.

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 26—City West

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 18—Public Transport Corridor  (Repealed)

Gazetted:

15.9.89

Abstract:

Provides for improved access by public transport into Parramatta from the rapidly developing suburbs on the north-western and south-western fringe of the metropolitan area. The objective is to reserve a corridor of land from Hoxton Park to Baulkham Hills via the Parramatta City Centre. Studies which look at extending the corridor to the future town centre site at Mungerie Park have been completed and Baulkham Hills Council has identified the corridor in its LEP 1991 (Amendment No. 1).

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 18—Public Transport Corridor

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 19—Rouse Hill Development Area  (Repealed)

Gazetted:

1.9.89

Abstract:

Covers about 9400 hectares in the north-west sector, north of Blacktown. The plan coordinates planning and decision-making for long term growth, identifying land that is suitable for urban purposes and providing for the orderly and economic development.

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 19—Rouse Hill Development Area

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 16—Walsh Bay

Gazetted:

16.6.89

Abstract:

Enables wharves, shoresheds and bond stores not required for port purposes to be adapted for new uses, and ensures the protection of this historic area by establishing a conservation zone. It contains land use tables and development controls for two zones (land and water).

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 16—Walsh Bay

Region:

Sydney

Title:

Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 8 (Central Coast Plateau Areas)

Gazetted:

22.8.86

Abstract:

Protects prime agricultural land of State and regional significance as well as regionally significant mining and extractive resources.

REP:

Link to Sydney Regional Environmental Plan No 8 (Central Coast Plateau Areas)

Region:

Western New South Wales

Title:

Willandra Lakes Regional Environmental Plan No 1-World Heritage Property

Gazetted:

23.3.01

Abstract:

Applies to the Willandra Lakes Region in the Shires of Wentworth and Balranald. The purpose of the plans is to protect, conserve and manage this World Heritage Property in accordance with any strategic plan of management. The plan also aims to provide a process of consultation with stakeholders on development and related decisions.

REP:

Link to Willandra Lakes Regional Environmental Plan No 1-World Heritage Property

Region:

Western New South Wales

Title:

Riverina Regional Environmental Plan No 1  (Repealed)

Gazetted:

17.3.95

Abstract:

This plan covers land within a 16-kilometre radius of the Australian Defence Communications Facility built near Morundah. Its purpose is to protect the operational effectiveness of the facility.

REP:

Link to Riverina Regional Environmental Plan No 1

Region:

Western New South Wales

Title:

Murray Regional Environmental Plan No 2-Riverine Land 

Gazetted:

31.3.94

Abstract:

Ensures the river and its floodplain are able to support a range of productive land uses. The plan coordinating planning along the Murray River and the implementation of planning-related aspects of the Murray Darling Basin Commission strategies. It simplifies the consultation process between agencies and councils established in REP No. 1. It also promotes consistency between NSW and Victoria planning in relation to the river and its floodplain.

REP:

Link to Murray Regional Environmental Plan No 2-Riverine Land

Region:

Western New South Wales

Title:

Orana Regional Environmental Plan No 1-Siding Spring  (Repealed)

Gazetted:

31.8.90

Abstract:

Applies to the shires of Warrumbungle, Coonamble, Gilgandra and The City of Dubbo and is designed to deal with the problem of light emission interfering with the effectiveness of the telescopes at Sliding Springs. Coonabarabran Council has prepared a development control plan to implement the necessary lighting codes for development within its local government area.

REP:

Link to Orana Regional Environmental Plan No 1-Siding Spring