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Friday, 9 August 2013
Hunters Hill Council

Local Environmental Plans (Previous)

Hunters Hill Local Environmental Plan (LEP) No. 1 expired on 11 August 2013 and is no longer current.

The LEP contained the relevant development standards that were required to be achieved to enable any development application to be considered favourably whilst maintaining the character of the Municipality.

Local Environmental Plan No.1

Hunters Hill Local Environmental Plan No.1 is broken down into three main components. This includes:

Part 1:

Outlines the aims and objectives of the LEP and clarifies the areas covered by the document.

Definitions are also contained within Part 1.

Part 2:

Outlines what development can (and conversely cannot) be considered within specific zones.

This chapter also highlights the provisions of exempt and complying development criteria.

Part 3:

Provides the development standards required to be achieved for a development to be considered favorably. This includes such items as subdivision allotment sizes, height restrictions, minimum garden area requirements and heritage matters.


A summary of amendments to the LEP is contained within the rear of the document to indicate when each LEP was updated and the nature of the amendment.

Local Environmental Plan (Hunters Hill Village) 2009

The Hunters Hill Local Environmental Plan (Hunters Hill Village) 2009 replaces Local Environmental Plan No.1 for a small area of land as defined in the LEP.

The Hunters Hill Local Environmental Plan (Hunters Hill Village) 2009 instrument and maps are available for download from the NSW Legislation web site.

Local Environmental Plan (Gladesville Village Centre) 2010

The Hunters Hill Local Environmental Plan (Gladesville Village Centre) 2010 replaces Local Environmental Plan No. 1 for a small area of land as defined in the LEP.

The Hunters Hill Local Environmental Plan (Gladesville Village Centre) 2010 instrument and maps are available from the NSW Legislation web site.

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