Planning Proposal - 28 Lockwood Avenue, Belrose

We have received a Planning Proposal to amend the Warringah Local Environmental Plan (WLEP) 2011 in relation to 28 Lockwood Avenue, Belrose (former Belrose Library site).

We have received a Planning Proposal to amend the Warringah Local Environmental Plan (WLEP) 2011 in relation to 28 Lockwood Avenue, Belrose (former Belrose Library site).

  • How to get involved

    3 months ago

    The Planning Proposal and supporting documentation, including a Statement of Proposed Public Benefit to be included in a future Voluntary Planning Agreement, can be viewed at the Dee Why Customer Service Centre and at Glen Street Library, Belrose

    View Planning Proposal
    View Statement of Proposed Public Benefits

    Make a submission
    • Online
    • In writing: marked 28 Lockwood Avenue Belrose Planning Proposal’ reference no. PEX2017/0007, to 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why NSW 2099.
    Submissions close on Sunday 10 September 2017

    The Planning Proposal and supporting documentation, including a Statement of Proposed Public Benefit to be included in a future Voluntary Planning Agreement, can be viewed at the Dee Why Customer Service Centre and at Glen Street Library, Belrose

    View Planning Proposal
    View Statement of Proposed Public Benefits

    Make a submission
    • Online
    • In writing: marked 28 Lockwood Avenue Belrose Planning Proposal’ reference no. PEX2017/0007, to 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why NSW 2099.
    Submissions close on Sunday 10 September 2017
  • Background

    3 months ago

    The Planning Proposal at 28 Lockwood Avenue, Belrose (the former Belrose Library site) seeks to amend Warringah LEP 2011 by increasing the maximum height of buildings permitted on the site to part 9 metres and part 15 metres and by including “multi dwelling housing” and “residential flat building” as additional permitted uses.

    On 21 August 2017 Council also received a Statement of Proposed Public Benefit to be included in a future Voluntary Planning Agreement associated with the Planning Proposal.


    If the Planning Proposal is accepted by Council, it will be submitted to the NSW Department of Planning and Environment for a Gateway Determination. Pending a favourable Gateway Determination, the Planning Proposal will be re-exhibited for a minimum of 28 days for further public comment.

    While the planning proposal is accompanied by a Concept Masterplan, the site's development is not part of this proposal and future development will be subject to a later development application.

    The Planning Proposal at 28 Lockwood Avenue, Belrose (the former Belrose Library site) seeks to amend Warringah LEP 2011 by increasing the maximum height of buildings permitted on the site to part 9 metres and part 15 metres and by including “multi dwelling housing” and “residential flat building” as additional permitted uses.

    On 21 August 2017 Council also received a Statement of Proposed Public Benefit to be included in a future Voluntary Planning Agreement associated with the Planning Proposal.


    If the Planning Proposal is accepted by Council, it will be submitted to the NSW Department of Planning and Environment for a Gateway Determination. Pending a favourable Gateway Determination, the Planning Proposal will be re-exhibited for a minimum of 28 days for further public comment.

    While the planning proposal is accompanied by a Concept Masterplan, the site's development is not part of this proposal and future development will be subject to a later development application.