The Draft Mamre Precinct was adopted by Council on 28 March 2022 and is effective from 4 April 2022.
Council invited you to inspect and provide comments on the re-exhibition of the draft Mamre Precinct Development Contributions Plan.
The Mamre Road Precinct (the precinct) is located within the Western Sydney Employment Area (WSEA) and the Western Sydney Aerotropolis. The Western Sydney Aerotropolis Plan (WSAP) identified the intended planning outcomes for the precinct as a warehousing and logistics precinct, as it is connected to the proposed Western Sydney Freight Line, affected by aircraft noise and is not suitable for noise sensitive land uses. In June 2020, land within the Mamre Road Precinct was rezoned and this resulted in approximately 850 hectares of industrial land which could provide about 5,200 construction jobs and 17,000 ongoing jobs when fully developed. In the period since the first exhibition, a significant change to the quantum of contributions in respect to land values (50%) and construction costs (23%, plus design and contingency) was experienced and these costs differed from the first exhibited plan. In addition, amendments to the plan are required in respect to the road network and trunk drainage system, for consistency with the Mamre Precinct Development Control Plan (DCP), which was prepared by the Department of Planning and Environment (DPE).
The draft plan enables the collection of funds from development to meet the costs of providing local infrastructure, which will include:
- Open space works and land acquisition
- Transport works and land acquisition
Council invited the public to review and comment on the proposed changes when the draft Mamre Precinct Development Contributions Plan was publicly re-exhibited from Thursday 9 December 2021 to Thursday 27 January 2022.
The public exhibition has finished and the deadline for written submissions has passed.
If you have any further enquiries, please contact Natalie Stanowski, Principal Planner on 4732 7403.