Sunday, 26 February 2012

Hurstville Council inviting tenders for the sale and development


Hurstville Council property is put on the block

18 Feb, 2012 01:00 PM



HURSTVILLE Council is inviting tenders for the sale and development of its property bounded by Gloucester Road, Carrington Avenue and Garthons Lane, Hurstville.
The 3350-square metre site, near Forest Road, is zoned B4 mixed use in draft LEP 2011, allowing a wide range of uses.
Any proposals should include a significant commercial/retail component in them.
The council is looking for innovative proposals that will lead to the growth of employment within the CBD, enhance urban amenity and allow the viable long-term use of the site.
Tender submissions must be marked "Tender Gloucester Road (Ref No C11/1)" and be received by 2pm on Friday, March 30, in the tender box, customer service centre, ground floor, civic centre, MacMahon Street, Hurstville.

Full tender details will be posted online by Monday, January 30 and tenders will close on Friday, March 30.
Click here for a copy of Council's advertisement

Hurstville City Council Tender for Sale and Development of Council Land Hurstville City Council invites tenders for the sale and development of its property bounded by Gloucester Road, Carrington Avenue and Garthons Lane, Hurstville. Prominently located near Forest Road, the site is zoned B4 Mixed Use in draft LEP 2011 allowing a wide range of uses. Site area is approximately 3,350sqm. Proposals are sought based on the property being developed to include a significant commercial/retail component. Council encourages innovative proposals that will lead to the growth of employment within the CBD, enhance urban amenity, allow viable long-term use of the site, include public car parking and provide a satisfactory financial return. Hurstville CBD is the regional centre for Southern Sydney located approximately 15km from the Sydney CBD and 7km from Kingsford Smith Airport. It acts as a major transport node and has excellent road and rail connections. Full tender documentation will be available on Council’s website www.hurstville.nsw.gov.au/tenders by no later than Monday, 30 January 2012. For further details please contact Jeffrey Tripp, Director – Administration, on (02) 9330 6052. Tender submissions must be clearly marked ‘Tender Gloucester Road (Ref No C11/1)’ and be received by 2pm on Friday 30 March 2012 in the tender box located at the Customer Service Centre on the ground floor, Civic Centre, MacMahon Street, Hurstville, NSW. Victor G D Lampe, General Manager


LEP
http://www.hurstville.nsw.gov.au/SPContent.aspx?PageID=98&count=1&ItemID=221



Public Notices & Exhibitions

Draft Hurstville Local Environmental Plan (Hurstville City Centre) 2011

23 Jan 2012
Welcome to the public exhibition page for the draft Hurstville Local Environmental Plan (Hurstville City Centre) 2011.
Hurstville City Council is exhibiting the draft Hurstville LEP (Hurstville City Centre) 2011 which will replace the current Hurstville LEP 1994.  The draft Hurstville City Centre LEP 2011 only applies to land in the Hurstville City Centre and has been informed by the principles of the Hurstville City Centre Master Plan 2004.
The draft LEP has been prepared in accordance with the State Government’s Standard Instrument LEP template and as a result of a major review of the planning controls in the Hurstville City Centre.