Located 2 kilometres northeast of Campbelltown, Turner Road was one of the first Precincts released in the South West Growth Centre.
The 536-hectare precinct was rezoned in December 2007 after 16 months of planning - a record time for a rezoning of this size.
Turner Road Precinct includes:
- Potential for 4,020 new dwellings for over 12,000 new residents;
- Capacity for 5,000 jobs;
- Ninety-six hectares of employment land;
- A 15,000 square metre town centre;
- 27 kilometres of walking and cycling routes; and
- 77 hectares of open space.
For information on land use zoning and other relevant planning information which may apply to properties in Turner Road, contact Camden Council and request a Section 149 Planning Certificate.
Turner Road Development Control Plan (DCP) Amendments (March 2013)
Further amendments have been made to the Turner Road DCP and are effective as of 18 March 2013. For a copy of the amended DCP click here.
Turner Road Development Control Plan (DCP) Amendments (January 2013)
Further amendments have been made to the Turner Road DCP and are effective as of 4 January 2013. The amendments apply to the Sekisui House Masterplan. The current version of the Turner Road DCP is available below. For a copy of the amended Indicative Layout Plan (ILP) click here.
The first amendments to the Turner Road DCP were approved by the Department of Planning in August 2009.
These amendments related to the Turner Road Employment Area, road cross sections and some built form controls.
Turner Road Development Control Plan Exhibited
An amendment to Clause 3.1(5) of the Turner Road Development Control Plan (DCP) has been made to exclude Landscape and Garden Supplies and Timber and Building Supplies from the 40,000m2 Gross Floor Area, to be consistent with the Part A DCP. See the amendment here.
Section 90 Approvals
The first two of four major Section 90 Aboriginal archaeology approvals have been granted at Oran Park and Turner Road. These approvals represent three years work between the local Aboriginal communities, the then Department of Planning, Camden Council, the Department of Environment and Climate Change (DECC) and the developer.
More than 5,000 Aboriginal artefacts have been excavated and analysed to help tell the story of the original Aboriginal occupants.
The successful culmination of the biggest archeological dig in the South West means that developers can now move with confidence into the next stage of urban growth. The issuing of the two permits means that large scale Section 90 frameworks now exist under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974. This replaces the many hundreds of individual archaeological assessments and referrals to DECC which would have been needed over the life of the development process.
The artefacts will be conserved and used to help design local heritage interpretation signs and educational information for the new community.
Waterfront Land Strategy
In a further step to streamline the development approval process in the Growth Centres, the recently gazetted Oran Park and Turner Road Waterfront Land Strategy means that development that complies with the Strategy will no longer require additional approvals under the Water Management Act.
Achieving the Oran Park and Turner Road Waterfront Land Strategy has been made possible through the cooperation and commitment of Camden Council, the Department of Water and Energy, the Department of Planning and development industry representatives.
In addition, new controls to assist Councils and developers to ensure compliance with the Strategy have been incorporated into the Oran Park and Turner Road Development Controls Plans.
This, along with other State Agency approvals, such as Biodiversity Certification and Section 90 Approvals, will mean development in the Growth Centres will take place in a faster and more coordinated way.
Post Exhibition Documents
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|Turner Road Bush Fire Assessment||25||0.6Mb|