Lake Cathie Coastal Management - Development Control Plan

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Council has developed a Coastal Management Control Plan for Lake Cathie for areas which are subject to coastal hazards.

Following investigation a number of planning controls are proposed to minimise future damage to private development, to manage safety and to limit the impacts on the environment from coastal storm events.

The proposed changes will provide a higher level of consistency when assessing Development Applications and include a set trigger points to initiate removal of relocatable properties.

Changes that are adopted by Council to the draft Coastal Management Development Control Plan (DCP) will be integrated into Council's existing DCP (2013) and will replace the existing Lake Cathie Coastal Hazard Interim Planning Guidelines.

To read more information: draft Lake Cathie Coastal Management

To have your say, complete a submission using the tab below


Council has developed a Coastal Management Control Plan for Lake Cathie for areas which are subject to coastal hazards.

Following investigation a number of planning controls are proposed to minimise future damage to private development, to manage safety and to limit the impacts on the environment from coastal storm events.

The proposed changes will provide a higher level of consistency when assessing Development Applications and include a set trigger points to initiate removal of relocatable properties.

Changes that are adopted by Council to the draft Coastal Management Development Control Plan (DCP) will be integrated into Council's existing DCP (2013) and will replace the existing Lake Cathie Coastal Hazard Interim Planning Guidelines.

To read more information: draft Lake Cathie Coastal Management

To have your say, complete a submission using the tab below


  • Lake Cathie Coastal Management DCP

    Use the form below to make an online submission regarding the Lake Cathie Coastal Management Development Control Plan. Submissions close midnight Monday 20 February 2017.

    It is important to note that submissions and petitions are public information and may be included in Council reports or made public as part of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. 

    If you wish to have parts of your submission remain private you will need to request this in writing when writing your submission.

    To make a submission you must login to the site, or register to join the conversation. 

    Use the form below to make an online submission regarding the Lake Cathie Coastal Management Development Control Plan. Submissions close midnight Monday 20 February 2017.

    It is important to note that submissions and petitions are public information and may be included in Council reports or made public as part of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. 

    If you wish to have parts of your submission remain private you will need to request this in writing when writing your submission.

    To make a submission you must login to the site, or register to join the conversation. 
    Consultation has concluded