Council has prepared the Draft Campbelltown 2040 Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS). It is a 20 year vision and strategy for our city's land use future, developed to respond to NSW Government requirements and to feedback that we have received from our community over recent years.
The LSPS provides context and direction for land use decision making within the Campbelltown Local Government Area (LGA).
Its purpose is to:
provide a 20 year land use vision for the Campbelltown LGA
outline the characteristics that make our city special
identify shared values to be enhanced or maintained
direct how future growth and change will be managed
prioritise changes to planning rules in the Local Environmental Plan (Campbelltown Local Environmental Plan 2015) and Council’s Development Control Plans
implement the Region and District Plans as relevant to the Campbelltown LGA
identify where further detailed strategic planning may be needed.
It responds to region and district planning initiatives and to what you, our community, has told us is important for the future of our city.
It sets planning priorities to ensure that our LGA can thrive both now and in the future, and that future development is appropriate for our local context. It is our plan aimed at ensuring that our people have a great city in which to live, work and play; that businesses and visitors have a great place to invest and experience; and that we continue to work towards our goal of being a world class contemporary city of choice and opportunity, that respects its heritage and culture, and is nestled within a green and beautiful natural environment.
The priorities and actions aim to ensure that we can plan for what is needed in the future – that we have a choice of well designed housing, a diverse array of high quality jobs, and the infrastructure, facilities and services to provide for the needs of our vibrant and thriving community.
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