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IPART will commence its assessment of Penrith City Council’s Glenmore Park Precinct Stage 3 Section 7.11 Development Contributions Plan.

Our assessment will consider whether the Glenmore Park CP meets the criteria as set out in the Department of Planning and Environment’s Practice Note. We will publish a Draft Report on our assessment findings and recommendations. At that time, we will welcome submissions from any interested parties.

Penrith Council is preparing the Glenmore Park CP to collect contributions from new residential development. These contributions will fund upgrades to infrastructure in the area to meet a projected population increase of about 7,000 people. This will affect future and existing residents, local business and developers.

We will provide our final assessment and recommendations to the Minister. The Minister, or their Nominee, will advise the council on any changes it needs to make prior to adopting the plan. The council will then be entitled to charge the applicable contributions rates in the Glenmore Park CP.

Key contact
Scott Chapman
02 9290 8449