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Sydney Western City Planning Panel (SWCPP)



The Sydney Western City Planning Panel meets as required and is administered by the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.

The meetings are open to the public and are advertised on the NSW Planning Portal by the Department’s Panel Secretariat who also notifies submission authors about the listing of relevant planning matters to the next meeting of the Panel.

The Sydney Western City Planning Panel considers and can approve or refuse draft local environmental planning instrument changes upon request by an applicant that might be dissatisfied with a decision made by Council.

The Panel will also consider and determine applications for development with a value of $30 million or more.

There are some other instances when the Sydney Western City Planning Panel will make a decision in the City, depending on the application type or stage of draft planning instrument change.

Find out more information about the Sydney Western City Planning Panel including:

  • What types of applications and strategic planning decisions it makes
  • Who sits on the Panel
  • A register of current and past applications that the Panel has considered in Campbelltown.
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