April 29, 2017

Shoalhaven City Council at its meeting of 13 May 2008 adopted the following population projections in Table 3.1.1 for each Planning Area which were based on 2006 Australian Bureau of Statistics information.

Table 3.1.1:  Adopted Population Projections

Year/
Area
2001
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
2031
2036
Planning Area 1
41,145
43,251
46,725
51,124
55,460
59,343
62,742
65,879
Planning Area 2
7,055
6,688
6,644
6,620
6,610
6,579
6,505
6,358
Planning Area 3
17,050
18,479
19,935
21,336
22,669
23,894
24,985
25,966
Planning Area 4
4,179
4,365
4,741
5,191
5,611
5,988
6,306
6,579
Planning Area 5
18,222
19,412
20,713
22,025
23,424
24,855
26,102
27,188
 
TOTALS
 
87,650
 
92,195
 
98,758
 
106,296
 
113,774
 
120,659
 
126,640
 
131,970

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These projections forecast the Shoalhaven population will grow to some 132,000 by 2036, although it is not assumed that the population number will necessarily stabilise at that time.   As shown in this forecast information the main Planning Areas, subject to land release, that will experience substantial growth are Planning Areas 1, 3 & 5, being the land primary around Nowra / Bomaderry, Vincentia / Sanctuary Point and Milton / Ulladulla respectively. In addition to these main growth areas, Planning Area 4, land around Sussex Inlet will also support population growth while Planning Area 2 is predicted to go into decline unless additional land release occurs. 

The South Coast Regional Strategy, developed by the New South Wales State Government, details that an additional 26,300 dwellings will be required in the Shoalhaven LGA over the next 25 years, of which 15,800 can potentially be accommodated within existing vacant urban land and existing investigation areas.  The majority of land is located around the major centre of Nowra-Bomaderry and the major towns of Ulladulla and Vincentia (which includes the Jervis-Bay-St Georges Basin area). The remaining 10,500 dwelling supply gap will be accommodated through infill medium density development within the existing towns including at least 6,700 dwellings in the Nowra area. 

To assist in determining what land parcels are likely to contribute to development demand, Council has analysed the development potential of land parcels within the various defined contribution project catchment areas.  This assessment for population projections up to 2026, and supporting strategies or plans, has identified the need to provide community infrastructure in key planning areas or specific development precincts (i.e. new release areas and infill development). Therefore, the different contribution project catchments vary in size according to the extent of demand for the project generated by development.  This is discussed further in Section 3.9 of this Plan.

Development apportionment for some projects detailed in this Plan (citywide and whole planning projects) is based on the above population projections and Equivalent Tenement (ET) is based on an average size of 2.39 persons per household (2.39 persons based on person counted in households / number of households occupied) which was identified in the 2006 Australian Bureau of Statistics Census.
 
While a range of factors, not entirely predictable nor entirely controllable, will impact on the ultimate rate and location  of future development, it is likely that the LGA will continue to accommodate significant additional residential development underpinning population growth (as shown in Table 3.1.1). Whether or not population growth occurs at the anticipated rate, development growth and its supporting community infrastructure is required to ensure that communities and environments of a quality appropriate to the Shoalhaven are provided.
 
The contribution projects detailed in this Plan are based on the analysis of development capacity and development trends.  If the pattern or rate of development changes, Council may update this Plan to alter or delay the priority of project delivery and / or the contribution rate applied to the project. 
 
In some circumstances a development not currently permissible in a zone may be permissible under a State Environmental Planning Policy due to the adjacent zone being permissible for that development.  Recognising that the development demand for this land may have not been identified in this Plan, Council may levy the previously not permissible development contribution projects which are not identified in this site / zone however are levied in the adjacent zone.
 
 
In accordance with this Plan, Council will require development contributions for the following categories of  key community infrastructure which has been (or will be) provided to meet existing and future population demand. The project code reference for this infrastructure is shown in the brackets.
  • Active Recreation (AREC)
  • Car parking (CARP)
  • Community Facilities (CFAC)
  • Drainage (DRAI)
  • Fire Control Centre (FIRE)
  • Passive Recreation (OREC)
  • Roads / Traffic management (ROAD)
Future development in the Shoalhaven will create demand for new, enhanced or augmented additional community infrastructure. In accordance with this Plan, Council will require development contributions for the following additional community infrastructure which has been (or will be) provided to meet existing and future population demand:
  • Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre
  • Fire Protection Services 
  • Shoalhaven Mobile Children's Services 
  • Shoalhaven City Arts Centre 
  • Shoalhaven Multimedia & Music Centre
  • Shoalhaven District Community Transport & Family Support Services 
In addition to key and additional community infrastructure, Council will require development contributions for:
  • Management and administration activities associated with this Plan; and
  • Supporting information and background studies for the contribution projects identified in this Plan.

The total amount of Plan management and administration fees that can be charged per development consent will not exceed 10% of the total cost of contribution infrastructure projects levied in the consent. The project code reference for Contributions Plan Management is MGMT.

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A hierarchy for community infrastructure is identified in this Plan to reflect  the physical characteristics and the unique geographical spread of population within the Shoalhaven LGA, i.e. local community infrastructure and district community infrastructure.
  
District community infrastructure
is defined as community infrastructure to serve two or more planning areas of the Shoalhaven LGA which may include key community infrastructure and additional community infrastructure.
 
District community infrastructure contribution projects can be viewed in Schedule 1 of this plan.
 
Local community infrastructure
is defined as community infrastructure to service land up to and including a single planning area of the Shoalhaven LGA which may include key community infrastructure and additional community infrastructure.
 
Local community infrastructure contribution projects can be viewed in Schedule 2 of this plan.
 

A contribution project is any infrastructure item included in this Plan that is required as a consequence of anticipated development addressed by this Plan.

A contribution project is the carrying out of the works and the acquisition of lands included in Schedules 1 and 2 of this Plan.  Such projects may vary from provision of passive open space areas to road / traffic management improvements where a nexus has been identified with the development. Nexus is further discussed in Section 3.9.
 
Within Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 of this Plan, each contribution project details the:
  • Project code
  • Category / Planning Area
  • Location
  • Description
  • Strategy
  • Contribution rate
  • Project estimate
  • Indexed estimate
  • Project cost estimate
  • Cost apportionment
  • Nexus
  • Supporting Information
  • Proposed works
  • Land acquisition estimate
  • Timing
It should be noted that the "indexed estimate" recognises the revised project estimate amount which has increased over time due to annual indexation.
 
A contribution project catchment area is generally defined by geographical feature(s) and / or distance to the closest community infrastructure (i.e. road, community centre, pool etc) that future development will use.
 
As detailed in Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 of this Plan, and in relevant development consents, a contribution project has a defined project code and contribution area. As shown in the example below, the project code references the following information: 
 
XXYYYY000Z, where
 
XX refers to the planning area location of the project, where
  • 01, 02, 03, 04, & 05 = one of Council’s defined planning areas, or
  • CW = citywide project that covers all planning areas, or
  • MA = project that covers 2 or more planning areas.
YYYY refers to the type of community infrastructure to be provided.  The types of community infrastructure codes used in this Plan are:
  • AREC = Active recreation infrastructure
  • CARP = Car park infrastructure
  • CFAC = Community facilities infrastructure
  • DRAI = Drainage infrastructure
  • FIRE = Fire & emergency services infrastructure
  • MGMT = Contributions Plan Management
  • OREC = Passive recreation infrastructure
  • ROAD = Road & traffic infrastructure
000Z refers to the individual project within a defined contribution area. A “0” reference at the start of this code indicates that this contribution project rate is unchanged from Council’s original resolution to collect contributions for this project. A “2” or greater number at the start of this code indicates subsequent amendments to this project where Council has resolved to amend the contribution area, project outcomes or other factor which results in a change of the contribution amount. This numbering is not changed as a result of indexation.
 
Contribution project codes and contribution areas are shown in Schedule 1 and Schedule 2.
 
This Plan requires contributions from development. Such contributions are required to be reasonable in all circumstances.  Two key principles underlying reasonableness in development contributions are nexus and apportionment.
 
Nexus is the relationship between the anticipated types of development in the area and the demonstrated need or demand for additional or augmented community infrastructure created by those developments.  Council has considered the following in preparing this Plan:
  • Whether the anticipated development actually creates a need or increases the demand for particular items of community infrastructure?
  • What specific items of community infrastructure will be required to address that demand and where they are to be located?
  • Are existing facilities suited to providing for that demand (or a component of it)?
  • What area or catchment will be served by the required items of community infrastructure?
  • When do the facilities need to be provided to meet the demand of the development (i.e. thresholds or timing)? 

A description of the nexus between development and infrastructure has been prepared for each contribution project listed in Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 of this Plan.

Apportionment is concerned with identifying the demand and cost component of community infrastructure that is attributable to anticipated development.  More information on how contribution project costs are apportioned is included in Section 3.12 of this Plan.
 
For completed (that is, recoupment) projects, the contribution project cost is the completed cost of the project to Council, indexed from the date of completion to the date of preparing this Plan using the Consumer Price Index (All Groups) Index for Sydney.
 
For future projects, the contribution project cost is estimated at the time a project is included into this Plan. Contribution project costs may include land, works or building costs and are based on one or more of the following:
  • relevant industry construction guide
  • construction rates from Council delivering similar projects
  • construction industry quotes.
Land acquisition estimates identified in this Plan are based on an independent land valuation and are shown in Schedule 6 of this Plan. These land acquisition estimates form part of the overall project estimate.
 
In determining the contribution project estimate, some or all of the following elements may be included:
  • survey, design and other studies costs
  • acquisition of land costs
  • construction of capital works costs (which includes a project contingency amount for any unforseen costs that is be determined in design investigations)
  • costs of procuring buildings or works
  • service / utility provision and relocation costs
  • associated ancillary works costs
  • associated restoration works costs
  • project management costs
All contribution project costs are exclusive of GST.
 
Details of actual costs and estimates for all contribution projects are provided in Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 of this Plan.
 

In accordance with this Plan, existing and future development demand for community infrastructure is in most circumstances measured in Equivalent Tenements (ETs).  

Apart from ETs:

  • development demand for drainage is calculated as a metre square (m2) rate to reflect the drainage catchment area for associated infrastructure;
  • development demand for public parking facilities is based on the number of spaces that a development cannot provide on site (in accordance with DCP 18); and
  • where a contribution project relates to a quarry site the development is levied an annual monetary contribution related to the annual tonne of material exported from the site which is in addition to the original contributions paid.
As detailed in Section 3.5 of this Plan, the total amount of Plan management and administration fees that can be charged per development consent will not exceed 10% of the total cost of contribution infrastructure projects levied in the consent
 
It is important to note that, in calculating a contribution under this Plan, credit (in ETs, m2, or parking spaces) is given to recognise the original approved land use of the development site prior to subsequent development consent which requires contributions in accordance with this Plan.  For subdivision, drainage is calculated as per the total englobo land area with the relevant drainage catchment area.  For building approvals, drainage is calculated as per the total development area (building footprint and / or car park / landscaped area) within the relevant drainage catchment area.  Developments that provide onsite stormwater detention to pre development flows are not required to pay a contribution towards drainage projects.
 
It should also be noted different categories / types of development are to be levied for community infrastructure according to the demand attributable to that particular category or type (i.e. residential development may have different infrastruccture demands to those generated by commercial / industrial development).  The relationship between each of the contribution project categories and the different development categories and types that make up each of the development types are shown in Schedule 5.
 
The ET rate applied to each individual development type and the relevant community infrastructure levied is detailed in tables 3.11.1 - 3.11.4  below. 
 
Table 3.11.1:  ET rate applied to residential developments  
Development type
ETs applied
Relevant community infrastructure levied
Single detached / rural dwelling / residential subdivision lot
1.0
AREC (Active recreation)
CFAC (Community facilities)
FIRE (Fire & emergency serv.)
MGMT (Plan management)
OREC (Passive recreation)
ROAD (Road & traffic )
Multi unit / dual occupancy
1 bedroom
0.4
Multi unit / dual occupancy
2 bedroom
0.6
Multi unit / dual occupancy 
3 bedroom
0.8
Multi unit / dual occupancy
4 bedroom
1.0
 
DRAI (Drainage) – in m2 (see comments on drainage above)
 
  
The application of ETs for multi units (i.e. based on the number of bedrooms per unit) applies a rate recognising demand for community infrastructure is less for this development type. Affordable Housing SEPP development will be charged on a rate per bedroom as per the rate for a dual occupancy development.
 
Where a room in a development is proposed as “study” and is of similar size to other bedrooms within the development it is to be treated as a bedroom for the purposes of calculating a contribution under this Plan.
 
 
Table 3.11.2:  ET rate applied to tourism accommodation developments 
Development type
ETs applied
Relevant community infrastructure levied
1 bedroom unit / relocatable dwelling / motel room / cabin / caravan park site / per Bed & Breakfast bedroom greater than 300m2 or 3 guest bedrooms
0.4
AREC (Active recreation)
FIRE (Fire & emergency serv.)
MGMT (Plan management)
OREC (Passive recreation)
ROAD (Road & traffic )
2 bedroom unit / relocatable dwelling/ cabin
0.6
3 bedroom unit / relocatable dwelling/ cabin
0.8
4 bedroom unit / relocatable dwelling/ cabin
1.0
 
DRAI (Drainage) – in m2 (see comments on drainage above)
 
Tourism accommodation development includes:
  • Manufactured home park / estate developments
  • Caravan / tourist parks both long and short term occupancy developments
  • Motel developments
  • Bed & breakfast developments
  • Guesthouses
No exemptions for contributions apply to seasonal fluctuations related to tourism accommodation developments due to the requirement for Council to provide community infrastructure for peak season usage.
 
A manager’s residence as part of a tourism accommodation development is levied contribution projects as per a residential development.
 
Table 3.11.3:  ET rate applied to commercial developments
ETs applied
Relevant community infrastructure levied
Retail (per 10m2 gross floor area)
1
ROAD (Road & traffic )
Office (per 100m2 gross floor area)
1
Restaurant (per 15m2 gross floor area)
1
Bulky Goods (per 40m2 gross floor area)
 1
 
Per 200m2 of gross floor area 1
FIRE (Fire & emergency serv.)
MGMT (Plan management)
 
DRAI (Drainage) – in m2 (see comments on drainage above)
 
CARP (Car park) – calculated as per DCP 18
 
Recognising that a developer in some circumstances may not be able to determine the final building/land use of a commercial development, the lesser contribution rate will be levied and accordingly conditioned for this use in the consent.  Should the developer then determine at a later stage that the final building/land use may change to higher use (i.e. retail use) a Section 96 modification will be required to change the use.  Council will levy the difference in the contribution rates.
 
A manager’s residence as part of a commercial development is levied contribution projects as per a residential development.
  
Table 3.11.4:  ET rate applied to industrial developments
ETs applied
Relevant community infrastructure levied
Per 200m2 of land to be developed (including car park and landscaped areas)
1
FIRE (Fire & emergency ser.)
MGMT (Plan Management)
ROAD (Road & traffic )
 
DRAI (Drainage) – in m2 (see comments on drainage above)
 
A manager’s residence as part of industrial development is levied contribution projects as per a residential development.
 
Other requirements for commercial and industrial development
Commercial and industrial development which requires a Traffic Impact Statement or Traffic Impact Study may require specific ETs calculated based on an assessment of traffic generation from the development. This requirement is due to Council being unable in every instance to pre-empt the specific demands of some development. The greater of ETs determined by the rates applied in this Plan and the separate assessment of traffic generation will be levied on development.
 
Such development must also meet the requirements of Council’s Car Parking Code (DCP 18), and therefore car parking contributions will be calculated accordingly if the required car parks cannot be provided onsite in areas detailed in Schedule 2 of this Plan where Council proposes to provide centralised car parking facilities. The outcome of this calculation determines the car spaces which development will be levied.
 
Private residential care facility developments
Residential care facility development other than facilities provided by social housing providers are only levied contributions for drainage, car parking, roads, fire and plan management.  The ET rate for a unit development will be measured as per multi unit (i.e. number of bedrooms per unit) for residential development.  A bed hostel will be charged 0.2 ET per bed.
 
Miscellaneous /other forms of development
Miscellaneous or other forms of development not identified above will be assessed on merit and the development demands created by the proposal. This may require an amendment of this Plan to include additional contribution projects that are required to meet development demands created by the proposal.  This will require reviewing community infrastructure demand indicators from development such as Roads Traffic Authority guidelines for traffic generation.
 
Residential subdivisions which are not levied an open space contribution project
In some circumstances the open space (passive recreation) demands of a residential subdivision have not been identified in this Plan due to the unknown configuration and/or constraints of the subdivision area. In the absence of an open space (passive recreation) contribution project, a subdivision application may still need to provide open space provision in accordance with the requirements of Council’s Subdivision Code (DCP 100) and Council's adopted Public Open Space Plan following an assessment of the application under Section 79c of the EP&A Act.
 
 
A contribution can only be imposed on a development if it is reasonable in the circumstances.  Part of the assessment of reasonableness is to ensure that the contribution project only ever reflects development demands and not other demands. Therefore, only the costs of community infrastructure that is attributable to the anticipated demand created by future development can be levied on future development, and Council is responsible for provision of community infrastructure to meet demand generated by the existing development or development not located within Shoalhaven LGA. This division of responsibility to provide community infrastructure is known as apportionment.
 
The cost of contribution projects in this Plan will be either fully or partly met by anticipated development in a contrbution area, depending on the above considerations.  Where the cost is only partly met by future development, apportionment rate of percentage is shown in each of the contribution project descriptions in Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 of this Plan.  In circumstances where a contribution project is required solely to meet future development demand, the project cost is apportioned 100% to future development projects.
 
Development is generally required to fully fund the following types of contribution projects:
  • Commercial area car parks – where, instead of providing parking on the site of a commercial development, car parking is provided in centralised public facilities in a contribution area.  As detailed in Schedule 2 contributions are based on the number of deficient on site spaces assessed in accordance with Council’s car parking code.
  • Rural residential roads – where the demand to provide road improvements is directly associated with increasing development density in a rural contribution area. 
  • Service lanes – where the demand to provide a service lane is directly associated with increasing intensity of land use in a town centre contribution area.
  • Quarry road upgrade - where the demand to provide road improvements is directly associated with a quarry activity.
The anticipated likely development demand yield has been assumed in accordance within the environmental planning instrument that applied to the land in the contribution project catchment at the time this Plan was made.  When assessing the likely development demand yield, the following elements are considered:
  • existing land use;
  • development allowed for in accordance with existing zoning and other development controls;
  • environmental constraints; and
  • recent trends of development in the area.
Other elements impacting on development yield, such as threatened species, flooding, etc may or may not have been taken into account depending on whether information about these constraints was available at the time this Plan was prepared.  Detailed assessments of site planning constraints are ordinarily undertaken by the applicant at the development application stage.
 
Where Council becomes aware of a significant development constraint that may influence the demand, delivery or apportionment of a contribution project a subsequent review of this project and its inclusion in this Plan will be undertaken.
   
This Plan does not take into account any demand for community infrastructure attributable to unanticipated development, including:
  • future planning proposals under section 55 of the EP&A Act; or
  • projects proposed or approved under Part 3A of the EP&A Act 
Council will consider the impact on, and any required amendments to, this Plan in conjunction with the assessment of any unanticipated development.
 
In terms of infrastructure demand arising from unanticipated development likely to be approved under Part 4 of the EP&A Act, Council will prepare detailed cost estimates for provision of the required infrastructure demand for an amendment to this Plan prior to Part 4 approval.  To meet the timeframe of Part 4 approval, such a requirement will be reported as an amendment to this Plan.
 

For most projects identified in this Plan, the contribution project rate is calculated by dividing the project estimate or (if completed) the actual project cost by the total ETs or m2.  This calculation is shown in the formula below for both existing and anticipated development within a defined contribution project catchment area.

Contribution project rate ($) =        Project estimate or cost ($)     
                                                   Total anticipated development demand yield ETs 
                                                   or m2within a defined contribution project 
                                                   catchment area
   
Therefore, the contribution rate for these types of community infrastructure is determined by dividing the cost by the anticipated development demand yield within a defined demand catchment area. This calculation is shown below.
 
Contribution project rate ($) =        Project estimate or cost ($)
                                                   Anticipated development demand yield ETs or
                                                    m2 within a defined contribution
                                                    project catchment area
 
A summary of contribution rate calculations for all contribution projects is included in the Schedule 1 and Schedule 2, and a summary of all contribution project rates is provided in Schedule 4 of this Plan.
 
Dedication of land
This Plan authorises Council, when granting development consent to an application to carry out development to which this Plan applies, to impose a condition under the EP&A Act requiring the dedication of land to Council towards the provision of community infrastructure.  In such circumstances no compensation or offset monetary contributions is provided by Council. 
 
Acquisition of land
This Plan authorises Council, when granting development consent to an application to carry out development to which this Plan applies, to impose a condition under the EP&A Act allowing Council to acquire land towards the provision of community infrastructure as detailed in this Plan. The value of the land to be acquired by Council has been estimated in this Plan, via a land valuation and will require re-valuation at time of acquisition. This land value may be used to offset monetary contributions of other projects detailed in this Plan.  A summary of land to be acquired by Council, including past valuation, is detailed in Schedule 6.
 
The delivery of community infrastructure is programmed in its final design stages in Council’s annual Management Plan which details a 3-4 year delivery program.  Prior to infrastructure being detailed in the Management Plan an indicative timeframe for delivery of contribution projects, subject to the progress of development, is detailed in this Plan and is provided in Section 3.17 and Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 of this Plan.
 
A works schedule for contribution projects detailed in this Plan is detailed in table 3.17.1 below.  This schedule identifies both the project delivery priority and timing for specific planning area community infrastructure (i.e. all roads per planning area have been prioritised for the sequence of their delivery which includes a timeframe range for that delivery).  The project priority delivery is ranked from 1 being the highest priority. Within this schedule, projects which have been completed or are development dependent do not have an allocated priority or timeframe.   

Table 3.17.1

MINIMISE
   
   
 
Project CodeDescriptionPriorityTiming
01AREC2006Northern Shoalhaven Sports Stadium (Cambewarra Road)32020/24
01AREC2008Planning Area 1 - Active recreation facility upgrades (various locations)12009/21 (See supporting information for individual project timing)
01AREC3007Nowra Swimming Pool Expansion (Scenic Drive)22014/18
01CARP2002Berry Town Centre Car Parking (Queen Street)22012/16
01CARP3001Nowra car parking (Egans Lane, 8 Lawrence Ave, Collins Way, Bridge Road, Lamonds Lane, 9 Haigh Avenue & 67 Kinghorne Street)32014/18
01CARP3003Bomaderry car parking (42-44 Coomea Street)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01CARP3004Kangaroo Valley car parking (169 Moss Vale Road)12010/14
01CFAC0002North Nowra Community Centre (Hood Close)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01CFAC0005Worrigee Community Centre (Cnr Greenwell Point & Clipper Roads)12011/15
01CFAC0013Berry Gardens Neighbourhood Community Centre (No specific area within development site / contribution area determined)32016/20
01CFAC0014Mundamia URA Community/Childcare Centre0Development Dependent (Approximately 2024-2029)
01CFAC2003Nowra Community Centre (Nowra Town Centre precinct)22014/18
01CFAC2012Nowra Integrated Youth Services Centre (Cnr Kinghorne & Plunkett Streets)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01CFAC3007West Nowra Community Meeting Room (Cavanahs Lane)42017/21
01DRAI0005Hillcrest Avenue Drainage (Hillcrest Avenue)0Development dependent
01DRAI2003Illaroo Road Drainage (Judith Drive)22017/21
01OREC0009Land acquisition for passive open space (Princes Highway, Berry)0Development dependent
01OREC0011Land acquisition for passive open space (Falcon Crescent, North Nowra - no specific area within development site / contribution area determined)0Development dependent
01OREC0013Land acquisition for passive open space (Old Southern Road, Worrigee) 0Development dependent
01OREC0014Mundamia URA - Central Open Space0Development Dependent (Approximately 2018-23)
01ROAD0109Burrier and Yalwal Road gravel upgrade (Burrier Quarry to West Nowra Recycling and Waste Depot access road) related to quarry works0Ongoing
01ROAD0142Yalwal Road upgrade (George Evans Road to Cabbage Tree Lane)182015/19
01ROAD0145Mundamia URA Access Roads 0Development Dependent - At first stage of land release
01ROAD0146Mundamia URA Shared Cycle/Pathway - George Evans Road0Development Dependent (Approximately 2016-2021
01ROAD0149Mundamia URA George Evans and Yalwal Road Intersection Upgrade0Development Dependent (Approximately 2016-2021)
01ROAD0150Roundabouts - Yalwal Road/Rannoch Drive and Yalwal Road/Lightwood Drive0Development Dependent (Approximately 2027-2032)
01ROAD0152Traffic signals and associated works at intersection of Albatross / Yalwal Roads.0Development Dependent (Approximately 2016-2021)
01ROAD0153Worrigee URA (Road Widening)0Development Dependent
01ROAD2007Beach & Tannery Road upgrade (Entire road length)82013/17
01ROAD2025Lilly Pilly Lane upgrade (Entire road length)92013/17
01ROAD2026Iron Bark Road Tapitallee upgrade (For 410ms from Illaroo Road)42012/16
01ROAD2027Flannery Lane upgrade (For 850ms from Browns Mountain Road)52012/16
01ROAD2028Browns Mountain Road upgrade (For 1km north of Flannery Lane)22011/15
01ROAD2038Old Southern Road upgrade (For 1km south from Quinns Lane)202015/19
01ROAD2039Old Southern Road/Quinn’s Lane intersection roundabout302018/22
01ROAD2040Quinn’s Lane upgrade102013/17
01ROAD2042Broughton Vale Road gravel upgrade (For 2.3km north from Boundary Road)1Not applicable. Project has been completed
01ROAD2043Broger’s Creek Road gravel upgrade (For 4.9kms from Woodhill Mountain Road)11Not applicable. Project has been completed
01ROAD2045Wattamolla Road upgrade62012/16
01ROAD2049Woodhill Mountain Road upgrade (Host’s Bridge for 1km north)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2053Kangaroo River Bridge (Gerringong Creek)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2054Gerringong Creek Road gravel upgrade (For 1.5kms from Upper Kangaroo River Road)0No applicable. The project has been completed
01ROAD2064Upper Kangaroo River Road upgrade0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2067Jacks Corner Road gravel upgrade (For 1.3km from Bendeela Road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2071Carter’s Road gravel upgrade (For 800ms from Moss Vale Road)162014/18
01ROAD2074Illaroo Road upgrade (Bingarra Lane to Bangalee Road)132013/17
01ROAD2075Illaroo Road upgrade (for 300m west of Tapitallee Road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2080Bundanon / Illaroo Road gravel upgrade (for 2.25kms from Bugong Road)372020/24
01ROAD2083Cabbage Tree Lane upgrade0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2090Parma Road gravel upgrade (For 2.28kms at Western End) 282017/21
01ROAD2091Parma Road upgrade (For 2.150kms at Eastern End - 2.1km from Princes Highway) 212015/19
01ROAD2093Beinda/Brinawarr Streets (Right hand turn lane)172014/18
01ROAD2096Pyree Lane & Culburra Road upgrade (various locations)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2099Greenwell Point Road upgrade (various locations)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2100Greenwell Point Road upgrade (Berrellan to Jervis Streets)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2101North Nowra Link Road (construct road, bridge and traffic facilities)32011/15
01ROAD2120Judith Drive/Page Avenue roundabout0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2128Riversdale Road upgrade (for 805ms from Illaroo Road)332019/23
01ROAD2129Spotted Gum Drive upgrade (For 650ms from Illaroo Road)342019/23
01ROAD2131Illaroo Road upgrade (Bugong to Riversdale Roads)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2132Illaroo Road upgrade (Browns Mountain to Bugong Road)222015/19
01ROAD2133Beach and Tannery Road upgrade (road and bridge) related to quarry works0Ongoing
01ROAD2137Boston Road upgrade (entire road length)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD2143Quinns Lane/Browns Road - link road252016/20
01ROAD2144Internal Access Road (adjoining HiIlcrest Avenue)272017/21
01ROAD3073Emery’s Road gravel upgrade 0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
01ROAD3082Bugong Road gravel upgrade (For 8km from Illaroo Road)322018/22
01ROAD3102Princes Highway - South Nowra (kerb/gutter & acceleration/deceleration lane)14Not applicable. Project has been completed
01ROAD3103Service Road Western Side of Highway, South Nowra (between Jellicoe Street and Central Ave)99No applicable. Project has been completed
01ROAD3104Quinns/Old Southern Link (internal service road)152013/17
01ROAD3105Quinns/Old Southern Link (construct drainage for internal service road)72012/20
01ROAD3124Moss Street/ Brereton Street roundabout352020/24
02AREC0002Culburra Sporting Complex (Proposed Long Bow Point Subdivision)0Development dependent
02CFAC0001Callala Bay Community and Child Care Centre (Emmett Street)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
02CFAC0004Culburra Community Centre (proposed Long Bow Point Subdivision)0Development dependent
02OREC0005Land acquisition for passive open space (Proposed Long Bow Point Subdivision - no specific area within development site / contribution area determined)0Development dependent
02ROAD0011East and West Crescents upgrade (Culburra)22014/18
02ROAD2001Culburra Road/Prince Edward Avenue upgrade (various locations)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
02ROAD2002Currarong Road upgrade (Western End)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
02ROAD2005Currarong Road Bridge upgrade0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
02ROAD2007Development Control Plan 41 Road construction (Callala Bay)12009/13
03AREC2004Planning Area 3 active recreation facility upgrades (various locations)12009-2021 (See supporting information for individual project timing)
03AREC3003Bay and Basin Leisure Centre (The Wool Road, Vincentia)0Not Applicable. The project has been completed.
03CARP0004St Georges Basin Village Centre car parking (Island Point Road)0Development dependent
03CARP2002Huskisson car parking (Owen Street & Huskisson Central Business Area)22013/17
03CARP3001Sanctuary Point car parking (Kerry Street)12012/16
03CFAC0002Sanctuary Point/Old Erowal Bay Community Hall (Paradise Beach Road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
03CFAC3001Bay & Basin Community Centre and Branch Library12015/19
03DRAI2001St Georges Basin Village Centre Drainage12009/13
03OREC0009Land acquisition for passive open space (Pine Forest Road)0Development dependent
03OREC0011Land acquisition for passive open space (Vincentia Expansion Area - no specific area within development site / contribution area determined)0Development dependent
03OREC0012Land acquisition for passive open space (St Georges Basin Village Centre Green)0Development dependent
03ROAD0055Northern Section of Currambene Street02026-2030
03ROAD0057Currambene Street Service Lane0Development Dependent
03ROAD0059Field Street Turning Circle0Development Dependent
03ROAD0060Kent Lane22Development Dependent
03ROAD0061Winnima Lane23Development Dependent
03ROAD0062Unnamed Lane (Huskisson)24Development Dependent
03ROAD0114Windley Road upgrade (For 880ms north of 200 from Wandean Road)72014/18
03ROAD0115Sydney/Bowen Streets construction (From Owen to Hawke Streets)92016/20
03ROAD2001Dowling Street gravel upgrade (For 300ms from Old Princes Highway)42012/16
03ROAD2011Hart Road bitumen upgrade (Entire road length)52013/17
03ROAD2013Sinclair Road Part 3 bitumen upgrade (For 500ms west of Hart Road)82014/18
03ROAD2014Sinclair Road upgrade Parts 1 & 2 (Princes Highway to Hart Road) 0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
03ROAD2016Port Jervis Estate upgrade and seal (Evelyn Rd, Parnell Rd, Cambourne Rd & Hill St)22011/17
03ROAD2019Tasman Park Estate gravel upgrade (The Wool Rd, The Basin Road & Island Point Rd)0Not Applicable. The project has been completed.
03ROAD2022Grange Road upgrade from The Wool Road0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
03ROAD2023St. Georges Basin Village access road and traffic facilities32012/16
03ROAD2024The Wool Road - vertical curve (for 200ms from Atherton to Mathie Sreets)102020/24
03ROAD2025Basin View Estate gravel upgrade (Sections of Reserve Road, Waterpark, Clarendon Cresent & Riverside Esplanade South)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
03ROAD2028Wandean Road upgrade (For 2.05km from Princes Highway)62013/17
03ROAD2112Anson Street Extension (St Georges Basin)12011/15
03ROAD2113St Georges Basin Village Centre Service Lane (Village Access Road to Island Point Road)0Development dependent
03ROAD3021The Wool Road Bypass0Not Applicable. The project has been completed.
03ROAD3053The Wool Lane bypass (St Georges Basin to Anson Street)0Development dependent
04AREC2003Sussex Inlet Aquatics Centre (Thomson Street)0No applicable. The project has been completed
04AREC2004Planning Area 4 active recreation facility upgrades (various locations)12009/21 (See supporting information for individual project timing)
04CARP3001Sussex Inlet car parking (16 Nielson Road & 45-47 Ellmoos Avenue)12014/18
04CFAC2002Sussex Inlet Branch Library (Sussex Inlet urban precinct)12016/20
04ROAD2001Sussex Inlet Road network (Various locations)0Not Applicable. The project has been completed.
04ROAD2003Medlyn Avenue upgrade (For 750m from The Springs Road)0Not Applicable. The project has been completed.
04ROAD2004Badgee Creek Bridge upgrade (River Road)0Not Applicable. The project has been completed.
04ROAD3002Old Berrara Road gravel upgrade (For 1.4km from Sussex Inlet Road)12010/15
05AREC2004Planning Area 5 active recreation facility upgrades (various locations)12009/21 (See supporting information for individual project timing)
05AREC3002Ulladulla Leisure Centre Indoor Swimming Pool (Green Street)0Not Applicable, The project has been completed.
05CARP3001Ulladulla car parking (19 Boree Street & 94-96 St Vincent Street)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05CARP3002Milton car parking (84 Princes Highway)12009/13
05CFAC0002Lake Conjola multi purpose community hall (Lake Conjola Entrance Road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05CFAC0006Kioloa / Bawley Point Community Hall (Murramarang Road, Kioloa)0Not applicable. The prject has been completed.
05CFAC0011Extension of Manyana Community Hall (Yulunga Drive)(Voluntary Planning Agreement for specific properties)0Development dependent
05CFAC2010Southern Shoalhaven Branch Library (Ulladulla Town Centre precinct)12011/15
05DRAI2005New Street drainage pipeline (Entire street length)0Not Applicable. The project has been completed.
05OREC0004Land acquisition for passive open space (Berringer Road, Manyana - no specific area within development site / contribution area determined)0Development dependent
05OREC0007Land acquisition for passive open space (Lake Conjola Entrance Road, Killarney / Conjola Park)0Development dependent
05OREC0017Land acquisition for passive open space (Dolphin Point Road, Dolphin Point)0Development dependent
05OREC0018Manyana Foreshore facilities upgrade (Voluntary Planning Agreement for specific properties)0Development dependent
05ROAD0063Construction of roundabout, internal roundabout and link road at Dolphin Point (Princes Highway to Dolphin Point Road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD0068Bendalong Road and Inyadda Drive upgrade (Voluntary Planning Agreement for specific properties)0Development dependent
05ROAD0069Bendalong Road and Inyadda Drive intersection upgrade (Voluntary Planning Agreement for specific properties)0Development dependent
05ROAD2001Bishop Drive (Matron Porter Drive to Princes Highway)72012/18
05ROAD2003Ocean Street / Maisie Williams Drive/ Ilett Street roundabout0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2007Kings Point Drive (For 2kms from Princes Highway)82014/18
05ROAD2010Shepherd Street & Golf Road intersection upgrade / south side of Shepherd Street upgrade0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2020Bendalong Road (For 8.3kms from intersection) / Inyadda Drive upgrade (For 1.2kms from intersection)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2021Woodstock Road upgrade (From Croobyar Road for 2.2kms south to BMG Quarry)102014/20
05ROAD2022Cunjurong Point Road upgrade (For 360ms from Berringer Road)0Not Applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2026Little Forest Road upgrade (500ms east of Coral Tree Lane) 0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2028Garrads Lane upgrade (For 1.2kms north from Matron Porter Drive)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2029Garrads Lane upgrade (For 430ms south of Matron Porter Drive)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2030Croobyar Road upgrade (Pinces Highway to Corks Lane)52012/16
05ROAD2032Croobyar Road upgrade (For 600ms south from Ringland Lane)(rural road)122014/18
05ROAD2035Hobbs Lane gravel upgrade (rural road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2036Croobyar Road upgrade (From 3.7kms from Woodstock Road for 1.4kms)62012/16
05ROAD2037Mimosa Park Road gravel upgrade (rural road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2038Wheelbarrow Road upgrade (rural road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2039Woodstock Road upgrade (1.2kms north of Wheelbarrow Road) (rural road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2040Woodburn Road upgrade (Wheelbarrow to Clyde Ridge Road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2041Woodburn Road gravel upgrade (Clyde Ridge to Monkey Mountain Road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2042Brooman Road gravel upgrade (Monkey Mountain to Middle Ridge Road)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2043The River Road gravel upgrade (Middle Ridge Road to The Sheep Track)182018/22
05ROAD2045Monkey Mountain Road gravel upgrade (5.5kms from Princes Highway)12011/18
05ROAD2047Murramarang Road upgrade (Various locations between Princes Highway to Willinga Lake) 0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2048Murramarang Road upgrade (Kioloa Bridge)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
05ROAD2058Corks Lane (Princes Highway link road and associated works)132014/18
05ROAD2061Matron Porter Drive (Princes Highway to Leo Drive)212021/25
05ROAD2062Little Forest Road upgrade (For 340m from Princes Highway)152016/20
05ROAD3008St Vincent Street extensions to Princes Highway & roundabout 162017/21
CWAREC2004Synthetic Hockey Field Facility (Bernie Regan Sporting Complex, North Nowra)12010/14
CWCFAC0003Shoalhaven City Arts Centre (Berry Sreet, Nowra)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
CWCFAC0004Shoalhaven Mobile Children’s Services (Park Road, Worrigee)22024/24
CWCFAC0005Shoalhaven Multimedia and Music Centre (Berry Street, Nowra)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
CWCFAC0006Shoalhaven City Library Extensions (Berry Street, Nowra)12020/24
CWCFAC2002Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre (Bridge Road, Nowra)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
CWFIRE2001Rural Fire and Emergency Service Plant and Equipment (various locations)0Ongoing
CWFIRE2002Shoalhaven Fire Control Centre (Albatross Road, Nowra)0Project part completed.
CWMGMT3001Contributions management & administration0Ongoing
CWOREC2001City wide district and icon parks and regional walking tracks – upgrade and embellishment (various locations)12012/21
MACFAC2002Northern Shoalhaven District Community Transport & Family Services (Park Road, Worrigee)0Not applicable. The project has been completed.
MACFAC4001Northern Shoalhaven District Integrated Children’s Services (Nowra Central Business District)22020/24
Count = 179   
 
   

 

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Plan Effective 23 March 2011 – As Amended (September 2014)