Development Rules (LEP/DCP)
- A New Plan for Our City
- Kogarah Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2012
- Planning Proposals
- Kogarah Development Control Plan 2013
- Exempt and Complying Development
- 149 Certificates
- 149 and 603 Certificate Request and Payment
- Developer Contributions
- Planning Agreements
- State Environmental Planning Policies (SEPP)
- Joint Regional Planning Panel (JRPP)
- Water Management Policy
- Development Applications
- Certification Services
- Roads and Footpaths
Kogarah Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2012
The Kogarah Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2012 commenced on Friday 8 February 2013 and provides the main legal (or statutory) document for planning and development in Kogarah City.
It controls how land is used (via zones) and sets out provisions for how land can be developed. It also contains requirements to conserve Kogarah’s heritage and protect sensitive land.
The LEP comprises of the written instrument and a range of maps including land use zoning, minimum lot sizes, flood planning and heritage.
The Kogarah LEP 2012 written instrument can be viewed on the NSW Legislation website.
The Kogarah LEP maps can be viewed on the NSW Legislation website.
To use the NSW State Government Planning Viewer can be accessed here. This enables users to search, navigate and view the map layers using standard map viewer functionality. The service is maintained by the Department of Planning and Environment.