The Marrickville Development Control Plan (DCP) 2011 came into force on 15 December 2011, soon after the gazettal of the Marrickville Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2011.
The Marrickville DCP 2011 incorporates six amendments:
- Amendment No. 1, a 'housekeeping' amendment including a number of items, came into force on 11 December 2013.
- Amendment No. 3, which relates to revised masterplan controls for the former Marrickville Hospital site, came into force on 2 March 2015.
- Amendment No. 2, a further 'housekeeping' amendment including a number of items, came into force on 14 December 2015.
- Amendment No. 4, which relates to land at 141-161 New Canterbury Road, Lewisham came into force on 5 February 2016.
- Amendment No. 7, which relates to amendments to Part 2.22 – Flood Management, to incorporate an updated Flood Planning Area Map and an updated Flood Liable Land Map, came into force on 6 July 2018.
- Amendment No. 8, which relates to amendments to the planning controls in Part 9.6 Petersham South (Precinct 9.6) for the properties 287-309 Trafalgar Street, 16-20 Fisher Street, 3-7 Regent Street and 13-17 Regent Street, Petersham came into force on 27 July 2018.
The DCP is in ten parts, addressing:
- Development Application Guidelines
- Statutory Information
- Generic Provisions (relating to landscaping, car parking, fencing etc.)
- Subdivision, Amalgamation and Movement Networks
- Residential Development
- Commercial and Mixed Use Development
- Industrial Development
- Miscellaneous Development
- Strategic Context
Those parts contain controls which must be considered in the planning and design of any new development, from alterations and additions to a dwelling house, to new industrial buildings or shop top housing in town centres.
Download the Marrickville DCP 2011
These are small to medium size files (most are less than 10MB) that can be downloaded using most devices.
- Part 2 – Generic Provisions
- Part 4 – Residential Development
- Part 7 – Miscellaneous Development
- Part 9 – Strategic Context
* These sections will be completed at a later stage.