Outdoor advertising and signage criteria

June 11, 2019Posted in: Development

Changes to outdoor advertising rules have led Wingecarribee Shire Council to remind ratepayers of enforceable regulations relating to the placement of public signs. The reminder comes following recently introduced changes by the NSW Government banning roadside trailer advertising. Council’s Deputy General Manager Corporate, Strategy and Development Services, Mark Pepping explained the changes. “Last year the...

Draft Chelsea Gardens Development Control Plan on exhibition

May 22, 2019Posted in: Development

Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking feedback from the community after Councillors endorsed a draft Amendment to the Moss Vale Town Plan Development Control Plan. The draft amendment has been specifically prepared to provide development controls for the proposed Chelsea Gardens Coomungie Urban Release Area. Council’s Group Manager of Planning, Development and Regulatory Services, Nick Wilton...

Draft Rural Tourism Policy on exhibition

December 17, 2018Posted in: Development

Robertson revegetation tour

Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking comment from interested parties after councillors endorsed the public exhibition of a draft Rural Tourism Policy at the last Ordinary Council Meeting of November. The draft policy clarifies what tourism activities are currently permissible in the Shire’s rural areas as well as proposing a mechanism for determining where and when...

Gibraltar Park development given green light

December 14, 2018Posted in: Development

Wingecarribee Shire Mayor Duncan Gair has today confirmed that the Gibraltar Park complex has been issued with the necessary approvals allowing residents to move in to the newly constructed seniors living complex. A Section 68 Approval for temporary sewerage work was issued under the Local Government Act 1993 and a Building Information Certificate under the...

Council secures State-wide support for Local Government concerns

November 2, 2018Posted in: Development

Wingecarribee Shire Councillors have used this year’s NSW Local Government Conference to draw attention to a number of issues they believe are affecting local governance both in the Highlands and across the state. Chief amongst the concerns raised at this year’s conference were proposals to amend mandatory State Government Development Application (DA) procedures for new...

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