Tasmanian Planning Scheme –
Draft Central Coast Local Provisions Schedule (LPS)
Invitation for Written Representations
The Tasmanian Planning Commission (the Commission) has directed Central Coast Council to publicly exhibit the Draft Central Coast Local Provisions Schedule under section 35B of the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 (the Act).
The Council invites written representations on the Draft Central Coast Local Provisions Schedule (LPS).
The period for representation commences on Tuesday 11 June and closes on Friday 9 August 2019. Please note that under the Act, Council cannot accept representations after this period.
Section 35E of the Act limits the matters that can be considered in a representation. A Fact Sheet outlining the matters that can and cannot be considered in a representation is available below:
Fact Sheet – Making a Representation
The Draft Central Coast LPS and relevant supporting document, including the State Planning Provisions (SPPs), are available for downloading below or can be viewed during business hours at the:
- Central Coast Council Administration Centre at 19 King Edward Street, Ulverstone from 8am to 4pm;
- Penguin Service Centre at 78 Main Road, Penguin – Wednesday to Friday during the hours of 9.30am-12.30pm and 1.30pm-3.30 pm; and
- Tasmanian Planning Commission’s offices at Level 3, 144 Macquarie Street, Hobart from 9am to 5pm.
Representation can be made in writing to:
The General Manager
Central Coast Council
PO Box 220
ULVERSTONE TAS 7315; or
Email to [email protected]
Tasmanian Planning Scheme
The Tasmanian Planning Scheme (TPS) will apply across the whole of the State. It will replace the current planning schemes that operate in each Council area. The intent of the TPS is to achieve, as much as possible, consistency in the way planning rules are applied across the State.
The State Planning Provisions SPPs were made (approved) by the Minister in February 2017. The SPPs set out the way a Planning Scheme operates, the zones that can apply to land, for example Rural Zone, Agriculture Zone, General Residential Zone; and the planning rules for use and development within each zone.
The SPPs also include mandatory Codes relating to various matters that occur across the various zones. For example, Natural Values Code, Bushfire-Prone Areas Code, Signs Code, Coastal Erosion Hazard Code and Landslip Code.
The SPPs are available below:
State Planning Provisions
A Fact Sheet outlining the structure and process of the TPS is available below:
Fact Sheet – TPS Structure and Process
Local Provisions Schedule
The TPS is made up of both the State Planning Provisions (SPPs) and the Local Provisions Schedule (LPS) that is relevant to each municipal area.
The Draft Central Coast LPS is made up of:
- Zone Maps;
- Code Overlay Maps;
- Local Area Objectives;
- Specific Area Plans; and
- Site Specific Qualifications.
The written standards of the Draft Central Coast LPS (the rules for use and development) are available below:
Draft Central Coast LPS
The written provisions are primarily related to Specific Area Plans – available below:
Specific Area Plans
The associated PDF maps are available below:
The associated Code Overlay Maps are available below and consist of these maps:
- Parking Precincts
- Electricity Transmission Infrastructure
- Natural Assets
- Coastal Erosion
- Coastal Inundation
- Flood Prone Areas
- Bushfire Prone Areas
- Landslip Hazard
The Draft Central Coast LPS includes provisions that are currently operating under the Central Coast Interim Planning Scheme 2013. The transition of these provisions into the Draft Central Coast LPS has been approved by the Minister for Planning and must be included in the Draft Central Coast LPS.
The approved Transitional Provisions are available below: