A Local Environmental Plan (LEP) is a legal document that provides controls and guidelines for development in an area. It determines what can be built, where it can be built, and what activities can occur on land.
LEPs contain both a written instrument and maps. These should be viewed together to provide an understanding of zoning and building controls across the area or for a particular property.
Amendment No. 1, was the first round of amendments to the Marrickville LEP 2011, and came into force on 25 October 2013. It was a 'housekeeping' amendment which included a number of items.
Amendment No. 3, which relates to revised planning controls for the land known as 74 Edinburgh Road, Marrickville came into force on 18 July 2014.
Amendment No. 2, a further 'housekeeping' amendment that included a number of items, came into force on 11 November 2015.
Amendment No. 5, which relates to revised planning controls for the land known as 141-161 New Canterbury Road, Lewisham came into force on 15 January 2016.
Amendment No. 6, which lists the development type "Advertisements – signage on bus and taxi rank shelters" in Schedule 2 – Exempt Development of MLEP 2011, came into force on 1 April 2016.
Amendment No. 7, a housekeeping amendment to address a number of errors and omissions in the Plan and Maps adopted by the Plan, came into force on 26 May 2017.
Amendment No. 9, which relates to amendments to the planning controls relating to limited residential accommodation in the B7 Business Park zone and in mixed use developments in certain key sites and masterplan areas, came into force on 2 June 2017.
Amendment No. 8, which relates to amendments to the planning controls relating to the property known as 85 Margaret Street, Petersham, came into force on 16 June 2017.
Amendment No. 11, which relates to an amendment to the Land Use Table for the B7 Business Park zone to delete "shop top housing" as a use permitted with consent, came into force on 16 June 2017.
Amendment No. 12, which relates to the reclassification of a parcel of land known as 180 Princes Highway, St Peters, owned by the former Bankstown City Council, from Community Land to Operational Land, came into force on 14 July 2017.
Amendment No. 13, which relates to the listing of the premises at 34 Belmore Street, Enmore as a heritage item, came into force on 11 August 2017.
Amendment No. 14, which relates to the rezoning of certain land in the Victoria Road Precinct, Marrickville and amendments to the planning controls relating to that land, was gazetted on 1 December 2017.
Amendment No. 10, which contains a number of heritage related amendments, including the listing of additional heritage items and 2 additional heritage conservation areas (HCAs) and the expansion of 3 existing HCAs, was gazetted on 22 December 2017.
If you are unsure which LEP your property is located, please use the Department of Planning & Environment's Planning Portal search tool to search for your property. The relevant Local Environmental Plan will be listed under the "legislation information" heading.