Minor planned changes to the Local Environmental Plan 2011

Consultation has concluded

Eight minor changes are proposed for the Local Environmental Plan 2001 (LEP). You can have a look at these changes and have your say by writing a submission.

The proposed changes are:

  1. Zone B5 Business Development - allow Veterinary hospitals
  2. Clause 7.14 Eco-tourist facilities - additional provisions
  3. Laurieton Men's Shed, Dunbogan
  4. Additional permitted uses - Cassegrain winery, Fernbank Creek Road
  5. Land zoned IN2, corner of High Street and Beechwood Road, Wauchope
  6. E2 zoning slivers within Mill Hill subdivisions, Port Macquarie
  7. Lot 123 DP 1148180, Bronzewing Terrace, Lakewood
  8. Subdivision of Oxley Club land, Oxley Highway Wauchope

To help you know more about these changes two documents have been loaded on to this site:
  • Volume 1. which includes information of the proposed amendments
  • Volume 2. includes formal correspondence about planned amendments
If you have an opinion or view about these changes, you are invited to share these with Council prior to a formal decision being made. You can do this by using the submission tab on this site.


Eight minor changes are proposed for the Local Environmental Plan 2001 (LEP). You can have a look at these changes and have your say by writing a submission.

The proposed changes are:

  1. Zone B5 Business Development - allow Veterinary hospitals
  2. Clause 7.14 Eco-tourist facilities - additional provisions
  3. Laurieton Men's Shed, Dunbogan
  4. Additional permitted uses - Cassegrain winery, Fernbank Creek Road
  5. Land zoned IN2, corner of High Street and Beechwood Road, Wauchope
  6. E2 zoning slivers within Mill Hill subdivisions, Port Macquarie
  7. Lot 123 DP 1148180, Bronzewing Terrace, Lakewood
  8. Subdivision of Oxley Club land, Oxley Highway Wauchope

To help you know more about these changes two documents have been loaded on to this site:
  • Volume 1. which includes information of the proposed amendments
  • Volume 2. includes formal correspondence about planned amendments
If you have an opinion or view about these changes, you are invited to share these with Council prior to a formal decision being made. You can do this by using the submission tab on this site.


Consultation has concluded
  • About LEP's

    about 3 years ago

    Council’s are responsible for developing a local environmental plan (LEP) to regulate land use and development which is approved by the State Government. The LEP is used to make planning decisions about how public and private land can be used and protected.

    When plans are developed or when changes are proposed, these changes or amendments are made available on public exhibition so that the local community can have a look and share their views prior to a final decision being made.

    The way to have your say on this plan is through a formal submission.

    Council’s are responsible for developing a local environmental plan (LEP) to regulate land use and development which is approved by the State Government. The LEP is used to make planning decisions about how public and private land can be used and protected.

    When plans are developed or when changes are proposed, these changes or amendments are made available on public exhibition so that the local community can have a look and share their views prior to a final decision being made.

    The way to have your say on this plan is through a formal submission.