The Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA) for 127 – 133 Burwood Road, Burwood (Lot 100, DP703387) has been submitted in conjunction with Development Application DA.2021.119 which proposes the change of use of its car parking area of fourteen (14) cars from car parking to alfresco dining for its patrons. The application includes a voluntary planning agreement for financial contribution to Council as a public benefit as part of the application seeking approval for removal of ten (10) on-site visitor car parking spaces.
The offer to enter into a VPA has been made by the Developer and provides for the payment of a monetary contribution (Development Contributions) in lieu of the provision of ten (10) on-site visitor parking spaces, subject to development consent being granted.
The planning provision enabling monetary contributions in lieu of parking on-site is contained within Burwood Development Control Plan, a publically exhibited document which was initially adopted by Council on 12 February 2013. The mechanism allows the aggregation of funds by Council for the provision of efficient and sensitively located public car parking facilities.
The VPA and Explanatory Note are on exhibition from Wednesday 13 July – Friday 12 August 2022.
Making a Submission: If you have something to say about any aspect of the VPA we encourage you to make a submission. All submissions must be in writing and must be received by Friday 12 August 2022. Please quote reference DA.2021.119 and include in the subject line: “Submission VPA – DA.2021.119”
Submissions can be sent via:
Post: Burwood Council, PO Box 240, BURWOOD NSW 1805.
Disclosure of Political Donations and Gifts
Any person making a submission must lodge a Disclosure Statement if a reportable political donation or gift has been made to certain people or organisations within the last 2 years. Please contact Council for a Disclosure Statement form.
Submission and Privacy
Each submission received by Council may be publicly available for viewing. In making a submission you will be providing Council with personal information. In certain circumstances you will have the right to request that Council not include your personal information in any material available for public inspection. Council will consider any such requests in accordance with the Privacy Act (Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998). However, please note that Council cannot guarantee that the content of submissions remains confidential.
Further Information: Please do not hesitate to contact Council’s Manager City Planning, Rita Vella on 9911 9913 or firstname.lastname@example.org