Sydenham Station Creative Hub Revised Planning Proposal

Council’s adopted vision for the Sydenham Station Creative Hub is a vibrant entertainment and employment precinct where live music venues, small bars, restaurants and cafés thrive alongside traditional and creative industries.

Read the project background and how the vision was developed with the community in the 25 October 2016 report to Council

View all background documents relating to the project


History

In June/July 2017, Council exhibited proposed changes to the current planning controls (via a planning proposal) for a 20ha area under the Marrickville LEP 2011 to further the vision.

On 17 December 2017, Council considered a report about the June/July 2017 public exhibition and resolved to revise the planning proposal, apply it to a reduced area of 1.9ha and delete 'office premises' as one of the additional permitted uses. Read the Council resolution here.


Revised Planning Proposal

The revised planning proposal redefines the land to which the planning proposal relates -

  • to the properties fronting Marrickville Road, Marrickville between Railway Parade and Sydney Street and the two properties fronting Railway Parade between Marrickville Road and Buckley Lane (being the properties 21-71 Marrickville Road and 101-103 Railway Parade, Marrickville respectively);

and

  • limits the additional permitted uses to 'cafes, restaurants and small bars' while still permitting the uses currently allowed in the existing IN1 zone – General Industrial.

View a map of the area to which the revised planning proposal relates


Main differences between the 2017 planning proposal and the revised planning proposal currently open for comment.




Planning proposal 2017

Revised planning proposal 2018 currently open for comment







Area covered
The planning proposal covers an area of 20 hectares and is bounded by Fitzroy Street, Saywell Street, Garden Street, Railway Parade, Marrickville Road and Sydney Street.
The revised planning proposal covers an area of 1.9 hectares the land with properties fronting Marrickville Road, Marrickville between Railway Parade and Sydney Street and the 2 properties fronting Railway Parade between Marrickville Road and Buckley Lane (being the properties 21-71 Marrickville Road and 101-103 Railway Parade, Marrickville respectively)
Existing land zoning for the area
IN1 General Industrial
This zoning is primarily for industrial and warehouse uses but allows other uses such as entertainment facilities which include live music venues, neighbourhood shops and takeaway food and drink premises.
The zoning aims to provide for a wide range of industrial and warehouse land uses, encourage employment opportunities, minimise the adverse effects of industry on other land uses, and support and protect industrial land for industrial uses
IN1 General Industrial
This zoning is primarily for industrial and warehouse uses but allows other uses such as entertainment facilities which include live music venues, neighbourhood shops and takeaway food and drink premises.
The zoning aims to provide for a wide range of industrial and warehouse land uses, encourage employment opportunities, minimise the adverse effects of industry on other land uses, and support and protect industrial land for industrial uses
Additional permitted land uses
Keeps the current IN1 General Industrial zone with a change to

permit the following limited additional uses:

  • restaurants or cafes,
  • small bars
  • business premises and office premises
'but only where the consent authority is satisfied that the business premises and/or office premises will be used for a creative purpose such as media, advertising, fine arts and craft, design film and television, music, publishing, performing arts, cultural heritage institutions or other related purposes'.
Keeps the current IN1 General Industrial zone with a change to

permit the following limited additional uses:

  • restaurants or cafes,
  • small bars


Essential information

  • Inner West Council is the proponent (initiator) of the planning proposal
  • The Department of Planning and Environment (DP&E) issued an altered Gateway determination for this revised planning proposal, requiring community engagement for the proposed LEP amendment. This means the DP&E have assessed the planning proposal and decided it has sufficient merit to proceed to public exhibition
  • Council is the Relevant Planning Authority (RPA). This means it is the body appointed to administer this community engagement
  • The Greater Sydney Commission is the local plan-making authority for the Plan which means it is the final decision making body in this case.


View the revised planning proposal documents

Online here

All information relating to these matters can also be viewed in hardcopy at:

  • Ashfield Service Centre, 260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield
  • Petersham Service Centre, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham


Have your say

  • online using the form below
  • by post, addressed to General Manager, Inner West Council, Petersham Service Centre, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham 2049. Please mark your submission 18/SF322

Submissions close at 5pm on Tuesday 24 July 2018.


What happens next

After the exhibition closes, your feedback will be reported to Council which will determine whether or not to progress the planning proposal to the final stages of the process which leads to amending the Marrickville LEP 2011. Anyone who makes a submission will be contacted to advise of the Council meeting.


Enquiries

Please contact Peter Wotton, Strategic Planning Projects Coordinator on 9335 2260 Peter.Wotton@innerwest.nsw.gov.au

Council’s adopted vision for the Sydenham Station Creative Hub is a vibrant entertainment and employment precinct where live music venues, small bars, restaurants and cafés thrive alongside traditional and creative industries.

Read the project background and how the vision was developed with the community in the 25 October 2016 report to Council

View all background documents relating to the project


History

In June/July 2017, Council exhibited proposed changes to the current planning controls (via a planning proposal) for a 20ha area under the Marrickville LEP 2011 to further the vision.

On 17 December 2017, Council considered a report about the June/July 2017 public exhibition and resolved to revise the planning proposal, apply it to a reduced area of 1.9ha and delete 'office premises' as one of the additional permitted uses. Read the Council resolution here.


Revised Planning Proposal

The revised planning proposal redefines the land to which the planning proposal relates -

  • to the properties fronting Marrickville Road, Marrickville between Railway Parade and Sydney Street and the two properties fronting Railway Parade between Marrickville Road and Buckley Lane (being the properties 21-71 Marrickville Road and 101-103 Railway Parade, Marrickville respectively);

and

  • limits the additional permitted uses to 'cafes, restaurants and small bars' while still permitting the uses currently allowed in the existing IN1 zone – General Industrial.

View a map of the area to which the revised planning proposal relates


Main differences between the 2017 planning proposal and the revised planning proposal currently open for comment.




Planning proposal 2017

Revised planning proposal 2018 currently open for comment







Area covered
The planning proposal covers an area of 20 hectares and is bounded by Fitzroy Street, Saywell Street, Garden Street, Railway Parade, Marrickville Road and Sydney Street.
The revised planning proposal covers an area of 1.9 hectares the land with properties fronting Marrickville Road, Marrickville between Railway Parade and Sydney Street and the 2 properties fronting Railway Parade between Marrickville Road and Buckley Lane (being the properties 21-71 Marrickville Road and 101-103 Railway Parade, Marrickville respectively)
Existing land zoning for the area
IN1 General Industrial
This zoning is primarily for industrial and warehouse uses but allows other uses such as entertainment facilities which include live music venues, neighbourhood shops and takeaway food and drink premises.
The zoning aims to provide for a wide range of industrial and warehouse land uses, encourage employment opportunities, minimise the adverse effects of industry on other land uses, and support and protect industrial land for industrial uses
IN1 General Industrial
This zoning is primarily for industrial and warehouse uses but allows other uses such as entertainment facilities which include live music venues, neighbourhood shops and takeaway food and drink premises.
The zoning aims to provide for a wide range of industrial and warehouse land uses, encourage employment opportunities, minimise the adverse effects of industry on other land uses, and support and protect industrial land for industrial uses
Additional permitted land uses
Keeps the current IN1 General Industrial zone with a change to

permit the following limited additional uses:

  • restaurants or cafes,
  • small bars
  • business premises and office premises
'but only where the consent authority is satisfied that the business premises and/or office premises will be used for a creative purpose such as media, advertising, fine arts and craft, design film and television, music, publishing, performing arts, cultural heritage institutions or other related purposes'.
Keeps the current IN1 General Industrial zone with a change to

permit the following limited additional uses:

  • restaurants or cafes,
  • small bars


Essential information

  • Inner West Council is the proponent (initiator) of the planning proposal
  • The Department of Planning and Environment (DP&E) issued an altered Gateway determination for this revised planning proposal, requiring community engagement for the proposed LEP amendment. This means the DP&E have assessed the planning proposal and decided it has sufficient merit to proceed to public exhibition
  • Council is the Relevant Planning Authority (RPA). This means it is the body appointed to administer this community engagement
  • The Greater Sydney Commission is the local plan-making authority for the Plan which means it is the final decision making body in this case.


View the revised planning proposal documents

Online here

All information relating to these matters can also be viewed in hardcopy at:

  • Ashfield Service Centre, 260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield
  • Petersham Service Centre, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham


Have your say

  • online using the form below
  • by post, addressed to General Manager, Inner West Council, Petersham Service Centre, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham 2049. Please mark your submission 18/SF322

Submissions close at 5pm on Tuesday 24 July 2018.


What happens next

After the exhibition closes, your feedback will be reported to Council which will determine whether or not to progress the planning proposal to the final stages of the process which leads to amending the Marrickville LEP 2011. Anyone who makes a submission will be contacted to advise of the Council meeting.


Enquiries

Please contact Peter Wotton, Strategic Planning Projects Coordinator on 9335 2260 Peter.Wotton@innerwest.nsw.gov.au

Submission form Sydenham Station Creative Hub Revised Planning Proposal 18/SF322

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CLOSED: This engagement has concluded. Thank you to everyone who contributed.