The Plan, consisting of six Parts and completed by five Schedules, applies to all of the land within the area of Kiama. It is divided into ten Parts: Preliminary (1); Permitted or prohibited development (2); Exempt and complying development (3); Principal development standards (4); Miscellaneous provisions (5); Additional local provisions (6). Schedules are divided as follows: Additional permitted uses (1); Exempt development (2); Complying development (3); Classification and reclassification of public land (4); Environmental heritage (5);Aims and objectives of the Plan concern, inter alia, the following matters: (a) management, development and conservation of the natural and built resources within the area; (b) definition of the future urban boundaries; (c) consolidation of existing urban areas particularly around existing business and transport centres and where environmental (including social) parameters are suitable; (d) protection of prime crop and pasture land outside defined urban boundaries; (e) identification and conservation of the items of environmental heritage of a local, regional, State and national significance, (f) identification of land required for public purposes and classification of public land for general community or operational use; (g) promotion of a more efficient use of water and energy; (h) preservation of the water quality and of the estuaries and wetlands systems; (o) sustainability of the natural ecosystems; (p) control of the development on flood liable land, and of the fragmentation of non-urban land other than for agricultural purposes. The Plan is completed by four Schedules: Residential Design Guidelines (1); Heritage Items (2); Operational Land (3); Development for Certain Additional Purposes (4).
Amends: Kiama Local Environmental Plan 1996. (2016-06-10)
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