Andrew Zbik for Lane Cove

MORATORIUM ON RESIDENTAL PLANNING PROPOSALS IN THE LANE COVE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

SIGN BELOW TO SLOW DOWN DEVELOPMENT IN LANE COVE

We are seeking a moratorium to stop developers being able to change local planning rules to suit them until local infrastructure can catch up to current development.

Did you know that developers can ask the State Government to change local planning rules set by Council?

They can also appeal to the State Government to ask for environmental rules to be changed if they can’t get their plans passed by Council.

Lane Cove has already exceeded the 2021 Housing Target set by the State Government.

The NSW State Government has still not released the Land Use Infrastructure and Implementation Plan (LUIIP) that would explain how it will help Lane Cove provide upgraded services to its residents.

Until we have that plan, development must slow down!

We, the undersigned, demand a moratorium on residential planning proposals in the Lane Cove Local Government Area until the NSW Government releases its Land Use Infrastructure and Implementation Plan (LUIIP) and any changes to the Lane Cove Local Environment Plan have been gazetted. 

439 signatures

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Comments

  • Alan Lees
    signed 2018-11-05 21:38:47 +1100
  • Helen and Ian Barnett
    signed 2018-11-05 16:52:51 +1100
    Thank you Andrew for what you are doing on behalf of concerned residents.
  • Brent Dixon
    signed 2018-10-31 13:02:04 +1100
  • Elaine Mclaughlin
    signed 2018-10-31 11:38:59 +1100
  • Roger Bell
    signed 2018-10-31 09:10:57 +1100
  • Sarah Hatton
    signed 2018-10-31 09:04:14 +1100
    Fabulous to see Andrew persevering with this with Council against the State’s big guns. Until/unless there is adequate and appropriate infrastructure put in place, this bullying by State Government has to be resisted.
  • Neill Arthur
    signed 2018-10-31 08:44:38 +1100
  • John Barkley
    signed 2018-10-31 06:14:19 +1100
    John Barkley
  • Peter Fischer
    signed 2018-10-29 12:36:56 +1100
    Development Slow Down is essential if we are to go on living in Lane Cove, or Sydney. With Limited water supplies and sewage disposal Sydney will run out if there is not a HALT to this excessive growth.
  • Peter Deane
    signed 2018-10-19 18:29:57 +1100
  • Catherine Nicholson
    signed 2018-10-16 07:17:02 +1100
  • Ralph Pliner
    signed 2018-10-08 10:40:40 +1100
  • David Roenfeldt
    signed 2018-10-04 15:47:55 +1000
  • Katherine Morris
    signed 2018-09-20 14:04:05 +1000
  • Jennifer Meyer-Smith
    signed 2018-09-19 17:21:48 +1000
    Jennifer Meyer-Smith
  • Ricki Deane
    signed 2018-09-15 06:55:04 +1000
  • Scott Campbell
    signed 2018-09-14 20:39:56 +1000
    Lane Cove has grown far too quickly over the past 10 years. It has changed the face and feel of the village, and put pressure on roads, schools and sporting facilities for our children (witness the difficulties that Norths Basketball is having with securing a stadium long term, despite being one of the largest junior clubs in NSW). Something has to give, we need to fight for our community and its children.
  • Robert Frohlich
    signed 2018-09-14 11:58:14 +1000
  • Anne-Marie Sirca
    signed 2018-09-14 08:30:06 +1000
  • Amy Touzell
    signed 2018-09-13 22:51:17 +1000
  • Michaela Meher-Homji
    signed via 2018-09-13 10:44:49 +1000
    We definitely need more or bigger schools and high school would be useful too.
  • Ewa Chwilkowska
    signed 2018-09-13 09:48:46 +1000
  • Alan & June Bell
    signed 2018-09-12 16:16:27 +1000
  • Shirley Patten
    signed 2018-09-12 12:47:16 +1000
  • Susan McIver
    signed 2018-09-09 21:16:06 +1000
  • Natalie Panzarino
    signed 2018-09-08 07:41:51 +1000
    Until public infrastructure is brought in line with growth forecasts, this is an unsustainable situation. Where will these children go to school? Play? Receive healthcare?
  • Peter Cowell
    signed 2018-09-07 19:49:59 +1000
  • Alan McArthur
    signed 2018-09-07 13:40:34 +1000
  • Sue Yelland
    signed 2018-09-06 22:54:58 +1000
    There are far too many apartments being built in St. Leonards, and yet more are planned. The process must be stopped until the State government plans for the area are released. There should be no more building until adequate infrastructure and open space is provided for the thousands of people who will be residing in this area.
  • Julie Jenkins
    signed 2018-09-06 22:04:11 +1000
    Developers should not be able to influence the State Government to change local olannng rules or appeal to ask for environmental rules to be changed if Council won’t pass them. This is just another example of how the State Government does not govern for the people of NSW. It would appear that brown paper bags are still very popular with some politicians.