North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001



Part 1 Preliminary
1   Name of plan
This plan is called North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001.
2   General aims of this plan
The general aims of this plan are:
(a)  promotion of ecologically sustainable development, and
(b)  development that is appropriate to its context and enhances the amenity of the North Sydney community and environment, and
(c)  enhancement of opportunities for public participation in environmental planning and assessment.
3   Specific aims of this plan
The specific aims of this plan are:
(a)  in relation to the character of North Sydney’s neighbourhoods, to:
(i)  promote the character of the neighbourhoods and development which is compatible with neighbouring development in terms of bulk, scale and appearance, and
(ii)  maintain a diversity of activities while protecting residential accommodation and local amenity, and
(iii)  ensure that development on foreshore lands or land visible from the harbour or any public place does not adversely affect the appearance of that foreshore land, or the views of that land from the harbour or public place, and
(b)  in relation to residential development, to:
(i)  protect and enhance the residential use and amenity of existing residential neighbourhoods and new residential development, and
(ii)  maintain and provide for an increase in dwelling stock, where appropriate, and
(iii)  prevent the expansion of non-residential uses in residential neighbourhoods, and
(c)  in relation to non-residential development, to:
(i)  maintain a diversity of employment, services, cultural and recreational activities, and
(ii)  ensure that non-residential development does not adversely affect the amenity of residential properties and public places, including adverse affectation by reason of the use, design, bulk, scale or appearance of the development, or the traffic generation and parking associated with the development, and
(iii)  maintain waterfront activities and ensure that these activities do not adversely affect local amenity and environmental quality, and
(iv)  minimise adverse effects of all permitted non-residential development and non-conforming uses or development, and
(d)  in relation to environmental quality, to:
(i)  maintain and protect natural landscape, topographic features and natural ground surfaces, and
(ii)  improve soil quality and regulate the remediation and development of contaminated land, and
(iii)  minimise storm water run-off and its adverse effects and improve the quality of local waterways, and
(iv)  minimise atmospheric pollution and its adverse effects, and
(v)  minimise noise emissions and their adverse effects, and
(vi)  preserve and protect terrestrial and aquatic ecological communities, and
(vii)  promote the efficient use of energy and resources, and
(viii)  minimise waste generation, including waste to landfill, and
(e)  in relation to environmental heritage, to:
(i)  identify and encourage the conservation of the heritage of North Sydney, including heritage items, heritage conservation areas, Aboriginal sites, bushland, parks, foreshores and trees, and
(ii)  ensure that development does not adversely affect the significance of the heritage of North Sydney (including heritage items, heritage conservation areas, Aboriginal sites, bushland, parks, foreshores and trees), and
(f)  in relation to community well-being, to:
(i)  provide for the growth of a permanent resident population and encourage the provision of a full range of housing, including affordable housing, and
(ii)  encourage the expression of community identity and cultural diversity, and
(iii)  ensure the social and economic effects of development are appropriate, and
(iv)  ensure good management of, and investment in, the community’s assets, and
(g)  in relation to cultural resources, to:
(i)  ensure that development does not adversely affect the quality, amenity and value of cultural resources, and
(ii)  ensure that development does not impede access to cultural resources, and
(iii)  ensure that development does not adversely affect the presentation to streets and other public places of cultural resources, and
(h)  in relation to the foreshore areas of North Sydney, to improve access by acquisition or dedication or by gaining rights of public access over foreshore land where it will not diminish the natural values of the foreshore.
cl 3: Am 29.10.2004; 2006 (382), Sch 1 [1]; 2007 (68), Sch 1 [1].
4   Where this plan applies
(1)  This plan applies to all land within the North Sydney local government area, except as provided by subclause (2).
(2)  This plan does not apply to the former Roads and Traffic Authority registry site at 303–321 Miller Street, Cammeray, which has been excluded by the Minister from this plan under section 70 (4) of the Act.
(3)    (Repealed)
cl 4: Am 28.2.2003.
5   How this plan relates to other planning instruments
(1)  Environmental planning instruments applying within North Sydney and in force immediately before the appointed day are repealed or amended as set out in Schedule 1.
(2)  Except as expressly provided by this plan, this plan does not affect any State environmental planning policy or regional environmental plan.
Note—
For exceptions, see clauses 12 (2), 18 (5), 38 (3) and 41 (5).
(3) Saving and transitional provision Where a development application has been lodged but not finally determined before the commencement of this plan, the environmental planning instruments repealed or amended by this plan shall apply as if this plan had been exhibited but had not commenced.
(4)  This plan, as in force immediately before the commencement of North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 6), continues to apply in relation to any development application lodged before that commencement as if that plan had not been made.
cl 5: Am 29.10.2004; 2007 (641), Sch 5.29.
6   Definitions and interpretation
In this plan:
(a)  the words and expressions defined in Schedule 2 have the meanings given to them in Schedule 2, and
(b)  references to maps are to maps kept at the office of the Council, and
(c)  a reference to a building or place used for a purpose includes a reference to a building or place intended to be used for the purpose, and
(d)  explanatory notes provided within the text are explanatory only and do not form part of this local environmental plan. They are provided to assist understanding, and
(e)  the table of contents does not form part of this plan.
This plan adopts the Environmental Planning and Assessment Model Provisions 1980, other than clauses 4, 7, 15, 16, 17, 24, 31 and 33 of those provisions.
8   Consent authority
The Council is the consent authority for the purposes of this plan, subject to the Act.
Part 2 General provisions for the development of land
pt 2, table: Am 28.2.2003; 29.10.2004; 2007 (68), Sch 1 [2]–[4]; 2007 (102), Sch 1 [1]; 2007 (154), Sch 1 [1].
9   Land use zones
The land use zones are shown on the map.
10   Permissible development
Subject to other provisions of this plan, development that is specified in the Table to this Part as permissible within a land use zone, other than exempt development, is development that may be carried out in that zone, but only with development consent.
11   Prohibited development
Subject to other provisions of this plan, development that is not specified in the Table to this Part as permissible in a land use zone, other than exempt development, is prohibited development in that zone and must not be carried out in that zone.
12   Exempt development
(1)  Subject to the provisions of the Act, development is exempt development if it is development which:
(a)  is permissible, with or without consent, in the zone in which it is to be carried out, and
(b)  is listed in column 1 of the Table in Schedule 6, and
(c)  satisfies all of the requirements specified in column 2 of the Table in Schedule 6 that are relevant to the development, and
(d)  complies with all development standards specified in the provisions of this plan which would apply to the development if it were not exempt development and
(e)  is carried out within property boundaries (unless Schedule 6 permits it to be carried out outside property boundaries).
(2)  State Environmental Planning Policy No 1—Development Standards does not apply to subclause (1) (d).
(3)  For the removal of doubt, all development requires consent under this plan, unless the development is exempt development or prohibited development.
cl 12: Am 29.10.2004; 2006 (382), Sch 1 [2].
13   Complying development
(1)  Subject to the provisions of the Act, development is complying development if it is development which:
(a)  is permissible, with consent, in the zone in which it is to be carried out, and
(b)  is listed in a development category in Schedule 7, and
(c)  satisfies all of the requirements specified in the standards for the relevant development category in Schedule 7, and
(d)  complies with all development standards specified in the provisions of this plan which would apply to the development if it were not complying development, and
(e)  would not be carried out on land reserved for acquisition by a public authority as identified in an environmental planning instrument.
(2)  A complying development certificate issued for any such development is subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 8.
(3)  A complying development certificate that relates to the erection of builders’ sheds or portable facilities must:
(a)  state that the sheds or toilet facilities are temporary buildings, and
(b)  specify a removal date that is no later than one year after the date of issue of the complying development certificate.
14   Consistency of aims and objectives
(1)  When considering a development application, the consent authority must take into account the aims and objectives stated in this plan.
(2)  Consent must not be granted to the carrying out of any development that, in the opinion of the consent authority, is inconsistent with the specific aims of this plan, the objectives of the zone or the objectives of controls.
cl 14: Subst 29.10.2004.
Zoning and permissible use table
Residential A1 Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  maintain lower scale residential neighbourhoods of mainly detached housing, and
(b)  assist in the conservation of heritage and other sensitive areas, and
(c)  minimise the impact of non-residential uses and ensure these are in character with the zone.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
child care centres; community notice signs; dwelling-houses; home industries; home occupations; housing for aged or disabled persons; open space; places of public worship; real estate signs; remediation; resident medical practices; telecommunications facilities; temporary signs; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works.
Residential A2 Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  maintain lower scale residential neighbourhoods of mainly detached and duplex housing, and
(b)  assist in the conservation of heritage and other sensitive areas, and
(c)  encourage the retention of existing contributory items or neutral items in conservation areas, and
(c1)  promote affordable housing, and
(d)  minimise the impact of non-residential uses and ensure these are in character with the zone.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
apartment buildings revision; attached dwellings revision; child care centres; community notice signs; duplexes; dwelling-houses; educational establishments; established apartment buildings; established attached dwellings; home industries; home occupations; hospitals; housing for aged or disabled persons; open space; places of public worship; real estate signs; remediation; resident medical practices; telecommunications facilities; temporary signs; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works.
Residential B Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  maintain lower scale mixed residential neighbourhoods, and
(b)  allow for residential development in a variety of housing forms, including detached dwellings, duplexes, attached dwellings and boarding houses, and
(c)  assist in the conservation of heritage, and
(d)  minimise the impact of non-residential uses and ensure these are in character with the zone.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
apartment buildings revision; attached dwellings; boarding houses; child care centres; community notice signs; duplexes; dwelling-houses; educational establishments; established apartment buildings; home industries; home occupations; hospitals; housing for aged or disabled persons; open space; places of public worship; real estate signs; remediation; resident medical practices; telecommunications facilities; temporary signs; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works.
Residential C Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to encourage the provision of a range of residential accommodation, including dwelling-houses, duplexes, attached dwellings and apartments, in proximity to transport and other services.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
apartment buildings; attached dwellings; boarding houses; child care centres; community notice signs; duplexes; dwelling-houses; educational establishments; home occupations; home industries; hospitals; housing for aged or disabled persons; open space; places of assembly; places of public worship; real estate signs; remediation; resident medical practice; telecommunications facilities; temporary signs; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works.
Residential D Zone (Neighbourhood Business)
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  encourage a wide range of services and shops which serve the surrounding residential neighbourhoods, and
(b)  permit a range of small scale businesses which serve local needs, and
(c)  encourage active street life while maintaining high residential amenity, and
(d)  encourage shop top housing.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
advertisements; apartment buildings; attached dwellings; boarding houses; business identification signs; child care centres; community facilities; community notice signs; duplexes; dwelling-houses; educational establishments; home industries; home occupations; hospitals; open space; places of assembly; places of public worship; professional consulting rooms; real estate signs; recreational facilities; refreshment rooms; remediation; shop top housing; shops; telecommunications facilities; temporary signs; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works.
Residential F Zone (McMahons Point)
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  encourage a mix of lower scale housing types, and
(b)  permit light industries which do not interfere with residential and public amenity, and
(c)  permit development which is compatible with the scale and character of the surrounding residential area.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
advertisements; attached dwellings; boarding houses; child care centres; duplexes; dwelling-houses; dwellings in conjunction with light industries; educational establishments; established apartment buildings; home industries; hospitals; housing for aged or disabled persons; light industries; open space; places of assembly; places of public worship; recreational facilities; remediation; resident medical practices; roads; telecommunications facilities; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works.
Residential G Zone (Cremorne Point)
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  maintain the character and the heritage significance of Cremorne Point and prevent this from being eroded by unsympathetic development, and
(b)  ensure that the features of development (such as height, bulk, subdivision pattern, building footprint and orientation, setback and landscaping) are similar to those of characteristic development and fit into the existing streetscape.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
apartment buildings adaptation; apartment buildings revision; attached dwellings revision; boarding-houses; child care centres; duplexes; dwelling-houses; established apartment buildings; established attached dwellings; home industries; home occupations; housing for aged or disabled persons; open space; remediation; resident medical practices; telecommunications facilities; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works.
Commercial Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are:
(a)  to prevent the loss of commercial floor space to residential use, and
(b)  to encourage a diverse range of employment opportunities, and
(c)  to minimise adverse effects of development on residents and occupiers of existing and new development.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
advertisements; business identification signs; child care centres; clubs; commercial premises; community facilities; community notice signs; drainage; educational establishments; hospitals; hotels; medical centres; open space; places of assembly; places of public worship; real estate signs; recreational facilities; refreshment rooms; remediation; restricted premises; shops; showrooms; take-away food shops; taverns; telecommunications facilities; temporary signs; temporary structures for the sale of produce and merchandise; utility installations, other than gasholders or generating works.
Mixed Use Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  encourage a diverse range of living, employment, recreational and social opportunities, which do not adversely affect the amenity of residential areas, and
(b)  create interesting and vibrant neighbourhood centres with safe, high quality urban environments with residential amenity, and
(c)  maintain existing commercial space and allow for residential development in mixed use buildings with non-residential uses at the lower levels and residential above, and
(d)  promote affordable housing.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
advertisements; apartment buildings; attached dwellings; boarding-houses; business identification signs; child care centres; clubs; commercial premises; community facilities; community notice signs; duplexes; dwelling-houses; drainage; educational establishments; home industries; home occupations; hospitals; hotels; medical centres; open space; places of assembly; places of public worship; real estate signs; recreational facilities; refreshment rooms; remediation; restricted premises; shops; showrooms; take-away food shops; taverns; telecommunications facilities; temporary signs; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works.
Waterfront Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  retain and encourage waterfront activities, and
(b)  identify sites which should be preserved for maritime purposes, or for activities which require direct waterfront access, and
(c)  ensure that development minimises adverse effects on adjacent residential and recreational areas, and environmental quality, and
(d)  ensure that development protects the environmental and visual qualities of the foreshores, and
(e)  provide for the implementation of environmental controls.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
advertisements; business identification signs; caretakers’ residences; charter and tourist boat facilities; community notice signs; marinas; real estate signs; remediation; ship building and repair; shops and offices not exceeding 50 square metres in area the use of which is ancillary to another permissible use within the zone; telecommunications facilities; temporary signs; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works; water based transport facilities.
Special Use Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  identify land on which special land uses are carried out, and
(b)  minimise the impact of the use of that land on adjoining land.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
(a)  on all sites in the zone—apartment buildings; attached dwellings; duplexes; dwelling-houses; open space; remediation; telecommunications facilities; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works, and
(b)  on sites shown on the map with red lettering—the land use indicated by red lettering on the map.
Road Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  identify land used for roads, and
(b)  allow for the flexible use of roads appropriate to their context.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
advertisements; display of goods associated with an adjacent shop; drainage; footpath seating associated with an adjacent refreshment room; open space; remediation; roads; telecommunications facilities; temporary structures for the sale of produce and merchandise; utility installation, other than gas holders or generating works.
Railways Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  identify land used for railway purposes, and
(b)  minimise the adverse effects of railway use of this land on adjoining land.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
drainage; open space; railways, including any development authorised under the Transport Administration Act 1988; remediation; telecommunications facilities; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works.
Public Open Space Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  allow for a range of open space areas which meet the needs of the community for both formal and informal recreation, and
(b)  ensure sufficient public recreation areas are available for the benefit and use of the community, and
(c)  allow for the enhancement and management of recreation areas in accordance with plans of management adopted by the Council under the Local Government Act 1993, and
(d)  allow for the enhancement and management of recreation areas in accordance with plans of management adopted by the Council under Division 6 of Part 5 of the Crown Lands Act 1989.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Any development in accordance with the plan of management adopted under Division 2 of Part 2 of Chapter 6 of the Local Government Act 1993 and for the time being applicable to the subject land.
Development for the purpose of:
bushfire hazard reduction; community notice signs; cycle ways; drainage; horticulture; landscaping; park maintenance; recreation areas; refreshment rooms; remediation; temporary signs; temporary structures, including temporary structures for the sale of goods, information displays, and the display and sale of merchandise and produce; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works; vehicle access to another permissible use within the zone; visitor facilities.
Bushland Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  protect and preserve bushland so as to provide representation of the natural state and to enable existing animal and plant communities to survive in the long term, and
(b)  allow, where appropriate, for low impact recreational opportunities which will protect the values of bushland, and
(c)  protect and preserve bushland for its natural, cultural, historical, scientific, educational, archaeological, geological, recreational, scenic and visual values in accordance with the Bushland Plan of Management adopted by the Council under the Local Government Act 1993, and
(d)  allow for the enhancement and management of recreation areas in accordance with plans of management adopted by the Council under Division 6 of Part 5 of the Crown Lands Act 1989.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Any development in accordance with the plan of management adopted under Division 2 of Part 2 of Chapter 6 of the Local Government Act 1993 and for the time being applicable to the subject land.
Development for the purpose of:
bushfire hazard reduction; bushland regeneration and management; community notice signs; drainage; landscaping; remediation; vehicular access for emergency and maintenance vehicles; vehicle access to another permissible use within the zone; visitor facilities.
Public Recreation Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  allow for a range of open space areas and public facilities which meet the needs of the North Sydney population for recreation, and
(b)  ensure sufficient public recreation areas are available for the benefit and use of residents and visitors to the North Sydney local government area, and
(c)  allow for the enhancement and management of both formal and informal recreation areas in accordance with plans of management adopted by the Council under the Local Government Act 1993.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Any development in accordance with the plan of management adopted under Division 2 of Part 2 of Chapter 6 of the Local Government Act 1993 and for the time being applicable to the subject land.
Development for the purpose of:
bushfire hazard reduction; child care centres; clubs; community facilities; community notice signs; cycle ways; drainage; horticulture; landscaping; park maintenance; recreation areas; refreshment rooms; remediation; telecommunications facilities; temporary structures for the sale of produce and merchandise goods, and for information displays; temporary signs; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works; vehicle access to another permissible use within the zone; vehicle access to the Luna Park Zone by emergency, construction and service vehicles for the delivery and removal of goods and equipment (vehicle access for the purpose of parking is prohibited); visitor facilities.
Private Recreation Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to allow for the continued use of private recreation facilities.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
buildings and works involved in bushfire hazard reduction, drainage, horticulture, or landscaping; clubs ancillary to recreation use; recreation areas; recreation facilities ancillary to recreation use; remediation; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works; visitor facilities.
Luna Park Zone
1   Objectives of the zone
The particular objectives of this zone are to:
(a)  ensure that development reflects and continues Luna Park’s place in the social history of Sydney, and
(b)  allow for development for the purpose of public recreation, amusement and entertainment, and
(c)  minimise the impact of Luna Park’s operation on the surrounding community.
2   Development which may be carried out in this zone
Development for the purpose of:
Luna Park; amusements; places of assembly; recreation areas; recreational facilities; refreshment rooms; remediation; shops; take-away food shops; telecommunications facilities; utility installations, other than gas holders or generating works; works (other than buildings) involved in landscaping and gardening.
Part 3 Special provisions
Division 1 Subdivision controls
15   Subdivision
(1) Subdivision objectives The specific objectives of the subdivision controls are to:
(a)  ensure subdivision and associated development maintain the character of the neighbourhood as reflected in lot size, orientation and shape, and housing density, and
(b)  ensure the strata title conversion of existing multi-unit buildings does not adversely affect the residential amenity of those buildings and their surroundings, and
(c)  maintain a mix of dwelling sizes and affordable accommodation.
(2) Consent requirements Subdivision may only be carried out with consent.
(3) Minimum lot size in residential zones A subdivision must not create a lot, other than a strata lot, which contains less than the minimum area for the zone specified in the following Table:
Minimum lot area table
Zone
Minimum area per lot
Residential A1
450 square metres
Residential A2
450 square metres or 230 square metres (as shown on the map)
Residential G (Cremorne Point)
600 square metres
All other residential zones
230 square metres
(4) Area of lot For the purposes of this clause, in calculating the area of any lot, the area of any access way, right of carriageway or the like, and the area of any land that was below the line of maximum tidal reach at 3 December 1982, are to be excluded.
cll 15–17: Am 29.10.2004.
Division 2 Residential zones controls
16   Residential zone objectives
The specific objectives of the residential zone controls are:
(a)  a range of dwelling types, which includes:
(i)  dwelling-houses, each being a detached house and garden, providing accommodation for a range of households and, in particular, households with children, and
(ii)  duplexes, being two dwellings in the one building, which will have a similar appearance, bulk and scale to a detached house and which will assist in the retention of existing buildings, and
(iii)  attached dwellings, being a medium density form of housing, with underground parking and garden courtyards for the use of residents, each dwelling having its own entrance directly from the road into the dwelling and a majority of dwellings having an address to the road, and
(iv)  apartments, being a medium density form of housing set in a garden block, with underground parking and communal landscaped open space for the use of residents, and
(b)  amenity for residents of new and existing dwellings, and
(c)  buildings which are compatible with their immediate context, and
(d)  development that promotes the character of the neighbourhood, and
(e)  to avoid carriage development.
cll 15–17: Am 29.10.2004.
17   Building heights
(1) Building height objectives The specific objectives of the building height controls are to:
(a)  limit the height of buildings in residential zones to:
(i)  one storey, at the street façade, where that is the characteristic building height, or
(ii)  subject to subparagraph (i), heights which are the same as or similar to the characteristic building heights, or
(iii)  if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies, two storeys, or
(iv)  despite subparagraphs (i)–(iii), in the case of apartment buildings in the residential C zone, three storeys or the height indicated on the map, and
(a1)  promote development that conforms to and reflects natural landforms, by stepping development on sloping land to follow the natural gradient, and
(b)  promote gabled and hipped roofs in all residential zones and avoid other roof forms except:
(i)  skillion roofs over verandas and rear extensions to buildings that have a main roof that is gabled or hipped, or
(ii)  where it is desirable to preserve views, other roof forms that are characteristic of the area, and
(c)  promote the retention of and, if appropriate, sharing of existing views, and
(d)  maintain solar access to new and existing dwellings, public reserves and streets, and promote solar access to new buildings, and
(e)  maintain privacy for residents of existing dwellings and promote privacy for residents of new buildings, and
(f)  prevent the excavation of sites for building works, other than for garages and car parking.
Note—
characteristic building height is defined in Schedule 2.
(2) Additional objectives for Cremorne Point Additional specific objectives of the building height controls in the residential G zone (Cremorne Point) are to:
(a)  minimise the loss of significant views from surrounding properties, roads or public places, and
(b)  minimise shadows that reduce sunlight available to the northern façade of an existing dwelling, or the landscaped area around an existing dwelling, to less than 3 hours per day between 9 am and 3 pm on 22 June annually, and
(c)  ensure that the wall heights of the proposed building do not exceed the wall heights of surrounding contributory items.
(3) Building height controls Except as otherwise provided in this clause, a building must not be erected, in a residential zone, in excess of 8.5 metres in height.
(4)  Where the characteristic building height is one storey, a building must not be erected, in a residential zone, in excess of 5.5 metres in height at the street façade or 8.5 metres in height otherwise.
(5)  An apartment building in the residential C zone must not be erected in excess of 12 metres in height, where no other maximum height is specified in this plan or on the map.
(6)  Where a maximum height is specified on the map, a building must not be erected, in a residential zone, in excess of that height.
(7) Existing small lots A building must not be erected, on any small lot, in excess of 5.5 metres in height.
(8)    (Repealed)
(9) Attics A building must not be erected, in a residential zone, so as to provide attic space with a floor area of more than half the floor area of the floor below.
cll 15–17: Am 29.10.2004.
18   Building height plane
(1) Building height plane objectives The specific objectives of the building height plane controls are to:
(a)  control the bulk and scale of buildings, and
(b)  provide separation between buildings, and
(c)  preserve the amenity of existing dwellings and provide amenity to new dwellings in terms of shadowing, privacy, views, ventilation and solar access.
(2) Building height plane control in residential A1, A2, B and F zones A building must not be erected in the residential A1, A2, B or F zone if any part of the building will exceed a building height plane, commencing at 1.8 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, at all points from each of the boundaries of the site.
(3) Building height plane control in residential C zone A building must not be erected in the residential C zone if any part of the building will exceed a building height plane:
(a)  commencing at 3.5 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, at all points from each of the boundaries of the site, or
(b)  commencing at 1.8 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, at all points from each of the boundaries of the site that adjoins land within the residential A1, A2, B or F zone or open space zone, or from the centre of any road that separates the land from land within the residential A1, A2, B or F zone or open space zone.
(3A) Building height plane control in residential D zone A building must not be erected in the residential D zone if any part of the building will exceed a building height plane:
(a)  commencing 1.8 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, from all points from each of the boundaries of the site that adjoin land within the residential A1, A2, B, or F zone or open space zone, or
(b)  commencing 1.8 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, from the centre of any road that separates the land from land within the residential A1, A2, B, or F zone or open space zone, or
(c)  commencing 3.5 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, from all points from each of the boundaries of the site that adjoin land within the residential C zone, or
(d)  commencing 3.5 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, from the centre of any road that separates the land from land within the residential C zone.
(4) Building height plane control where maximum height on map The building height plane does not apply to apartment buildings in those areas where the permissible building height is greater than 12 metres, as indicated on the map.
(5) Building height performance criteria Consent must not be granted pursuant to State Environmental Planning Policy No 1—Development Standards for the erection of a building any part of which exceeds a building height plane set by this clause if the building would materially:
(a)  overshadow any existing or new property, or
(b)  reduce the level of privacy to any existing or new property, or
(c)  obstruct views from any existing or new property, or
(d)  obstruct daylight or ventilation to any existing or new property.
cl 18: Am 29.10.2004; 2006 (382), Sch 1 [3]–[5].
19   (Repealed)
cl 19: Rep 29.10.2004.
20   Landscaped area
(1) Landscaped area objectives The specific objectives of the landscaped area controls are to:
(a)  promote the character of the neighbourhood, and
(b)  provide useable private open space for the enjoyment of residents, and
(c)  provide a landscaped buffer between adjoining properties, and
(d)  maximise retention and absorption of surface drainage water on site, and
(e)  minimise obstruction to the underground flow of water, and
(f)  promote substantial landscaping, including trees which will grow to a minimum height of 15 metres, and
(g)  control site density, and
(h)  minimise site disturbance.
(2) Landscaped area controls for residential A1, A2, B, C and F zones Development must not be carried out in the residential A1, A2, B, C, or F zone, if (because of carrying out the development) the percentage of any site area that is landscaped area is less than the minimum percentage for the site area as specified in the following Table:
Landscaped area requirements
Site area
Landscaped area as a percentage of site area
Less than 500m2
50%
500m2 or more but less than 600m2
52%
600m2 or more but less than 700m2
54%
700m2 or more but less than 800m2
56%
800m2 or more but less than 900m2
58%
900m2 and above
60%
(3) Landscaped area control for residential G zone (Cremorne Point) Development must not be carried out in the residential G zone if (because of carrying out the development) the percentage of the site area that is landscaped area is less than 60%.
cll 20: Am 29.10.2004.
21   Residential D zone (Neighbourhood Business)
(1) Landscaped area and floor space objectives The specific objectives of landscaped area and floor space controls in the residential D zone are to:
(a)  ensure that development resulting in high site coverage provides adequate landscaped space or outdoor space for use by residents, and
(b)  ensure that development is of a scale and intensity that promotes the character of the neighbourhood, and
(c)  minimise traffic generation.
(2) Landscaped area and floor space controls A building must not be erected in the residential D zone if the:
(a)  percentage of landscaped area plus outdoor space on the site is less than 35% of the site area, or
(b)  floor space ratio of the building exceeds 1:1 in all areas other than the part of Cammeray or St Leonards shown coloured on sheet 2 of the map, or
(c)  floor space ratio of the part of the building to be used for non-residential purposes is not within the range specified on the map, where the building is in the area of Cammeray or St Leonards shown coloured on sheet 2 of the map.
cll 21: Am 29.10.2004.
Division 3 Building form
22   Duplexes and dwelling-houses
(1) Restrictions on erection of duplexes and dwelling-houses No more than one duplex or dwelling-house may be erected on a single lot.
(2)  A dwelling-house and a duplex must not be erected on the same lot, and neither may be erected on a lot with another form of development containing a dwelling.
(3) Duplex objectives The specific objectives of the duplexes controls are to:
(a)  achieve a form of building which appears as a dwelling-house, and
(b)  conserve heritage items and contributory items within conservation areas, and
(c)  achieve building forms that promote the character of the neighbourhood, and
(d)  avoid excavation of sites for garages or car parking.
(4) Restriction on development of duplexes Despite the Table to Part 2, a duplex must not be erected on land that is located within a conservation area or is identified as a heritage item, unless:
(a)  the land is vacant, or
(b)  the land contained a building, work or place, or a fixed component, identified as an uncharacteristic element on the appointed day, or
(c)  all of the following apply:
(i)  the duplex is situated substantially within the fabric of an existing building,
(ii)  the appearance of the existing building, as visible from a public place, is conserved,
(iii)  the majority of significant fabric of the existing building is conserved.
(5) Duplex controls A duplex must not be erected unless:
(a)  the dwellings in the duplex are attached by at least 80% of the common wall, or 80% of the common floor or ceiling, as relevant, and
(b)  the site area is at least 450 square metres, and
(c)  not more than one duplex per 450 square metres of site area is proposed, and
(d)  underground parking is not proposed.
(6) Prohibited development Development that contravenes subclause (1), (2) or (4) (c) (i) is prohibited development.
cl 22: Am 29.10.2004; 2007 (102), Sch 1 [2]; 2007 (504), cl 4.
23   Attached dwellings, generally
(1) Attached dwelling objectives The specific objectives of the attached dwelling controls are to:
(a)  achieve residential buildings with the character of traditional row housing, and
(b)  ensure that no dwelling shares an entrance pathway or lobby area, and
(c)  avoid carriage development, and
(d)  ensure the amenity of occupants and neighbours.
(2) Attached dwelling controls Attached dwellings must not be erected unless:
(a)  each dwelling in the building has an individual entrance, at ground level, directly to a public road, and
(b)  at least 50% of the dwellings in the building have their primary frontage and orientation to a public road or public place.
24   Attached dwellings revision
(1) Attached dwellings revision objective The specific objective of the attached dwellings revision controls is to ensure that development for the purpose of attached dwellings revision:
(a)  is carried out substantially within the fabric of the existing building, and
(b)  substantially retains the existing external walls and roof of the building in its existing dimensions and locations, and
(c)  minimises the extension of buildings to accommodate attached dwellings and, in particular, minimises any increase in the height or gross floor area of the building, and
(d)  minimises any reduction in the landscaped area of the site.
(2) Attached dwellings revision controls Development for the purpose of attached dwellings revision must not be carried out if the development involves any alteration or addition to the existing building which would:
(a)  cause any material loss of views from other properties or public places, or
(b)  cause any material overshadowing of other properties or public places, or
(c)  cause any material loss of privacy to other properties, or
(d)  materially increase the height of the attached dwellings that lawfully existed on the appointed day, or
(e)  materially decrease the landscaped area of those attached dwellings below the requirements set out in clause 20, or decrease the landscaped area where the landscaped area is already below the requirements in clause 20.
(3) Prohibited development Development that contravenes subclause (2) (d) or (e) is prohibited development.
cll 24: Am 29.10.2004.
25   Apartment buildings, generally
(1) Apartment building objectives The specific objectives of the apartment building controls are to:
(a)  reduce the adverse effect of larger scale buildings and ensure that apartment buildings do not dominate the streetscape, and
(b)  ensure that dwelling-houses or duplexes will not be left isolated on sites that are not reasonably capable of development for apartment buildings.
(2) Apartment building controls An apartment building must not be erected if:
(a)  the length of any façade facing the street is less than 9 metres or more than 15 metres, or
(b)  any dwelling-house or duplex will be left isolated as a result of the development on sites that are not reasonably capable of development for apartment buildings.
26   Apartment building revision or adaptation
(1) Apartment building revision or adaptation objectives The specific objectives of the apartment building revision or adaptation controls are to ensure that development for the purpose of apartment buildings in apartment or other buildings that lawfully existed at the appointed day:
(a)  is carried out substantially within the fabric of the existing building, and
(b)  substantially retains the existing external walls and roof of the building in its existing dimensions and locations, and
(c)  minimises the extension of buildings to accommodate apartment development, and, in particular, minimises any increase in the height or gross floor area of the building, and
(d)  minimises any reduction in the landscaped area of the site.
(2) Apartment building revision or adaptation controls Development for the purpose of apartment building revision or apartment building adaptation must not be carried out if the development involves any alteration or addition to the apartment or other building that lawfully existed at the appointed day which would:
(a)  cause any material loss of views from other properties or public places, or
(b)  cause any material overshadowing of other properties or public places, or
(c)  cause any material loss of privacy to other properties, or
(d)  materially increase the height of the existing apartment or other building, or
(e)  materially decrease the landscaped area of the existing apartment or other building below the requirements set out in clause 20, or decrease the landscaped area where the landscaped area is already below the requirements in clause 20.
(3) Prohibited development Development that contravenes subclause (2) (d) or (e) is prohibited development.
cll 26: Am 29.10.2004.
27   Small lots
(1) Small lots objectives The specific objectives of the small lots controls are to:
(a)  limit the bulk and scale of development on small lots, in accordance with the size of such lots, and
(b)  protect the amenity of surrounding properties, and
(c)  ensure that each small lot is the site of one dwelling only.
(2) Small lot controls Despite any other provision of this plan, a small lot, if developed for residential purposes, must contain no more than one dwelling.
(3) Prohibited development Development that contravenes subclause (2) is prohibited development.
cll 27: Am 29.10.2004.
Division 4 North Sydney Centre
pt 3, div 4: Subst 28.2.2003.
28   Application of Division
This Division applies to land shown edged heavy black and marked “North Sydney Centre” on Sheet 2 of the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 9)—North Sydney Centre” referred to in this Division as the “North Sydney Centre”.
cl 28: Subst 28.2.2003.
28A   Division to prevail
The provisions of this Division prevail over all other provisions of this plan, to the extent of any inconsistency, except for Part 4—Heritage provisions.
cll 28A–28F: Ins 28.2.2003.
28B   North Sydney Centre objectives
The specific objectives of this Division are as follows:
(a)  to maintain the status of the North Sydney Centre as a major commercial centre within Australia,
(b)  to require arrangements for railway infrastructure to be in place before additional non-residential gross floor area is permissible in relation to any proposed development in the North Sydney Centre,
(c)  to ensure that railway infrastructure, and in particular North Sydney Station, will enable and encourage a greater percentage of people to access the North Sydney Centre by public transport than by private transport and will:
(i)  be convenient and accessible, and
(ii)  enable a reduction in dependence on private car travel to the North Sydney Centre, and
(iii)  be adequate to achieve no increase in car parking, and
(iv)  have the capacity to service the demands generated by development in the North Sydney Centre,
(d)  to discourage use of motor vehicles in the North Sydney Centre,
(e)  to encourage access to and within the North Sydney Centre for pedestrians and cyclists,
(f)  to allow for 250,000 square metres (maximum) non-residential gross floor area in addition to the estimated existing (as at the commencement of this Division) 700,000 square metres non-residential gross floor area,
(g)  to prohibit further residential development in the core of the North Sydney Centre,
(h)  to encourage the provision of high-grade commercial space with a floor plate, where appropriate, of at least 1000 square metres,
(i)  to achieve a variety of commercial space,
(j)  to encourage the refurbishment, recycling and rebuilding of older buildings,
(k)  to encourage a diverse range of employment, living, recreation and social opportunities,
(l)  to promote high quality urban environments and residential amenity,
(m)  to provide significant public benefits such as open space, through-site linkages, childcare and the like,
(n)  to improve accessibility within and to the North Sydney Centre,
(o)  to protect the amenity of residential zones and existing open space within and nearby the North Sydney Centre,
(p)  to prevent any net increase in overshadowing of any land zoned residential or public open space or identified as a special area,
(q)  to maintain areas of open space on private land and promote the preservation of existing setbacks and landscaped areas, and protect the amenity of these areas.
cll 28A–28F: Ins 28.2.2003.
28C   Railway infrastructure
(1) Railway infrastructure objective The specific objective of this clause is to ensure there will be railway infrastructure to accommodate the growth of the North Sydney Centre in accordance with this Division.
(2) Railway infrastructure control Consent must not be granted to the carrying out of development on any land in the North Sydney Centre if the total non-residential gross floor area of buildings on the land after the development is carried out would exceed the total non-residential gross floor area of buildings lawfully existing on the land immediately before the development is carried out.
(3) Exception railway infrastructure control Despite subclause (2) but subject to subclause (5), consent may be granted to the carrying out of development on any land in the North Sydney Centre that would result in an increase in the total non-residential gross floor area of buildings lawfully existing on the land, but only if the Director-General has first certified, in writing to the consent authority, that satisfactory arrangements have been made for railway infrastructure that will provide for the increased demand for railway infrastructure generated by the development.
(4)  In determining whether to certify arrangements in accordance with subclause (3), the Director-General must consider the views of:
(a)  the New South Wales Department of Transport, and
(b)  any other public authority that the Director-General considers relevant.
(5)  Consent must not be granted in accordance with subclause (3) if the consent authority is satisfied that the increase in non-residential gross floor area authorised under the consent concerned when added to the increases (reduced by any decreases) in non-residential gross floor area authorised under all consents granted in relation to land in the North Sydney Centre since the commencement of this Division would exceed 250,000 square metres.
(6)  The Council is to review this Division to determine whether the policy objectives of the Division remain valid and whether the terms of the Division remain appropriate for securing those objectives. The review is to be undertaken as soon as practicable after consent has been granted that would result in the sum of increases (reduced by any decreases) in the non-residential gross floor area authorised under all consents granted in relation to land in the North Sydney Centre since the commencement of this Division exceeding 200,000 square metres.
(7)  For the purposes of subclauses (5) and (6):
(a)  an increase in non-residential gross floor area is the amount by which the non-residential gross floor area authorised on land after a consent is granted exceeds the non-residential gross floor area authorised on the land immediately before the consent was granted, and
(b)  a decrease in non-residential gross floor area is the amount by which the non-residential gross floor area authorised on land after a consent is granted is less than the non-residential gross floor area authorised on the land immediately before the consent was granted, and
(c)  a consent does not include a consent that has lapsed.
(8)  In this clause, non-residential gross floor area means that part of the gross floor area of a building that is used for the purposes of commercial premises, hotels, motels, refreshment rooms, serviced apartments, shops, showrooms, take-away food shops or recreation facilities (but only where those facilities are used for the purpose of gain).
cll 28A–28F: Ins 28.2.2003.
28D   Building heights and massing
(1) Building heights and massing objectives The specific objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to achieve a transition of building heights generally from 100 Miller Street (Northpoint) and 79–81 Berry Street (being the location of the tallest buildings) stepping down towards the boundaries of the North Sydney Centre,
(b)  to promote a height and massing that has no adverse impact on land in the public open space zone or land identified as a special area on Sheet 5 of the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 9)—North Sydney Centre” or on heritage items,
(c)  to minimise overshadowing of land in the residential and public open space zones or identified as a special area on Sheet 5 of the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 9)—North Sydney Centre”,
(d)  to protect the privacy of residents within and around the North Sydney Centre,
(e)  to promote scale and massing that provides for pedestrian comfort, in terms of weather protection, solar access and visual dominance,
(f)  to encourage consolidation of sites for provision of high grade commercial space and provision of public benefits.
(2) Building heights and massing controls Consent must not be granted to the erection of a building within the North Sydney Centre, unless:
(a)  the height of the building will not exceed RL 195 AHD, and
(b)  there is no net increase in overshadowing of any land between the hours of 9am and 3pm, 21 June outside the composite shadow area, as shown on the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 9)—North Sydney Centre” (except land that is in the Road or Railways Zone), and
(c)  there is no net increase in overshadowing, between 10am and 2pm, at any time of the year, of any land that is within the North Sydney Centre and is within the public open space zone or within a special area as shown on Sheet 5 of the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 9)—North Sydney Centre”, and
(d)  there will be no increase in overshadowing that would reduce the amenity of any dwelling that is outside the North Sydney Centre and falls within the composite shadow area referred to in paragraph (b), and
(e)  the site area is not less than 1,000 square metres.
(3)  State Environmental Planning Policy No 1—Development Standards does not apply to a requirement made by subclause (2) (a), (b) or (c) (including a requirement varied under subclause (4)).
(4) Minor variation of overshadowing controls The consent authority may make a determination to vary, to a minor extent only, the operation of subclauses (2) (b) or (c), or both, in respect of a particular development application, but only if:
(a)  it is satisfied that the variation is justified due to the merits of the development application and the public benefit to be gained, and
(b)  it is satisfied that any increase in overshadowing will not reduce the amenity of any land, and
(c)  in relation to a variation of the operation of subclause (2) (b), the variation will result in not more than 2 hours net increase in overshadowing of land referred to in that paragraph between the hours of 9am and 3pm, 21 June, and
(d)  in relation to a variation of the operation of subclause (2) (c), the variation will result in not more than 15 minutes net increase in overshadowing of land referred to in that paragraph between the hours of 10am and 12 noon, and no net increase between the hours of 12 noon and 2pm, on any day.
(5) Building design and public benefits When determining whether or not to grant consent to a development application in respect of land within the North Sydney Centre, the consent authority must consider:
(a)  the impact of the proposed development in terms of scale, form and massing within the context of the locality and landform, the natural environment and neighbouring development and in particular lower scale development adjoining the North Sydney Centre, and
(b)  whether the proposed development provides public benefits such as open space, through-site linkages, community facilities and the like, and
(c)  whether the proposed development preserves important view lines and vistas, and
(d)  whether the proposed development enhances the streetscape in terms of scale, materials and external treatments, and provides variety and interest.
cll 28A–28F: Ins 28.2.2003.
28E   Miller Street setback area
(1) Miller Street setback area objective The specific objective of this clause is to maintain the established setback and landscaped setting on the eastern side of Miller Street between McLaren Street and Mount Street.
(2) Miller Street setback area control A building must not be erected within the Miller Street setback area, as shown on Sheet 3 of the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 9)—North Sydney Centre”, unless it is less than 1.5 metres high and is required only for access to, or landscaping of, a site.
cll 28A–28F: Ins 28.2.2003.
28F   93–95 Pacific Highway and 263 Alfred Street, North Sydney
Despite any other provision of this plan, the land know as 93–95 Pacific Highway, North Sydney and 263 Alfred Street North, North Sydney may be used for residential purposes.
cll 28A–28F: Ins 28.2.2003.
Division 4A Commercial zone (outside North Sydney Centre)
pt 3, div 4A (cll 28G, 28H): Ins 28.2.2003.
28G   Building height
(1) Building height objectives The specific objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to ensure compatibility between development in the commercial zone and adjoining residential, mixed use, and open space zones,
(b)  to provide ventilation, views, building separation, setback, solar access and light to land within the commercial and other zones,
(c)  to avoid overshadowing of dwellings, especially windows, landscaped areas, courtyards, roof decks, balconies and the like by proposed development,
(d)  to promote development that conforms to and reflects natural landforms, by stepping development on sloping land to follow the natural gradient.
(2) Building height controls A building must not be erected in the commercial zone, outside the North Sydney Centre, in excess of the height shown on Sheet 2 of the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 9)—North Sydney Centre”.
pt 3, div 4A (cll 28G, 28H): Ins 28.2.2003.
28H   Floor space
(1) Floor space ratio objectives The specific objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to maintain existing commercial space,
(b)  to minimise traffic generation from commercial development.
(2) Floor space ratio controls A building must not be erected in the commercial zone, outside the North Sydney Centre, if the floor space ratio is greater than the maximum specified on Sheet 2 of the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 9)—North Sydney Centre”.
pt 3, div 4A (cll 28G, 28H): Ins 28.2.2003.
Division 5 Mixed use zone
29   Building height
(1) Building height objectives The specific objectives of the building height controls in the mixed use zone are to:
(a)  ensure compatibility between development in the mixed use zone and adjoining residential areas and open space zones, and
(b)  encourage an appropriate scale and density of development for each neighbourhood that is in accordance with, and promotes the character of, the neighbourhood, and
(c)  provide reasonable amenity for inhabitants of the building and neighbouring buildings, and
(d)  provide ventilation, views, building separation, setback, solar access and light and to avoid overshadowing of windows, landscaped areas, courtyards, roof decks, balconies and the like, and
(e)  promote development that conforms to and reflects natural landforms, by stepping development on sloping land to follow the natural gradient, and
(f)  avoid the application of transitional heights as justification for exceeding height controls.
(2) Building height controls A building must not be erected in the mixed use zone in excess of the height shown on the map.
cl 29: Am 29.10.2004.
30   Building height plane
(1) Building height plane objectives The specific objectives of the building height plane controls in the mixed use zone are to:
(a)  ensure compatibility between development in the mixed use zone and adjoining residential or open space zones, and
(b)  minimise adverse effects on land in adjoining residential or open space zones in relation to ventilation, views, building separation, solar access and light and to avoid overshadowing of windows, landscaped areas, courtyards, roof decks, balconies and the like.
(2) Building height plane controls A building must not be erected in the mixed use zone, on land that adjoins or is adjacent to land within a residential or open space zone, if any part of the building will exceed a building height plane:
(a)  commencing 1.8 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, at all points from each of the boundaries of the site that adjoin land within the residential A1, A2, B or F zone or open space zone, or
(b)  commencing 1.8 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, from the centre of any road that separates the land from land within the residential A1, A2, B or F zone or open space zone, or
(c)  commencing 3.5 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, at all points from each of the boundaries of the site that adjoin land within the residential C zone, or
(d)  commencing 3.5 metres above existing ground level, and projected at an angle of 45 degrees, from the centre of any road that separates the land from land within the residential C zone, or
(e)  commencing 1.8 metres above existing ground level, projected at all points from each of the boundaries adjoining a laneway or other road of a similar width and character referred to in Schedule 14 that separates the land from land within the Residential A1, A2, B, D or F (McMahons Point) Zone or the Public Open Space Zone, or
(f)  commencing 3.5 metres above existing ground level, projected at all points from each of the boundaries adjoining a laneway or other road a similar width and character referred to in Schedule 14 that separates the land from land within the Residential C Zone.
cl 30: Am 29.10.2004; 2006 (382), Sch 1 [6]; 2007 (68), Sch 1 [5].
31   Floor space
(1) Floor space objectives The specific objectives of the floor space ratio controls in the mixed use zone are to:
(a)  ensure a diverse mix of uses in each building in the mixed use zone, and
(b)  minimise traffic generation from commercial development.
(2) Floor space controls A building must not be erected in the mixed use zone if the floor space ratio of the part of the building to be used for non-residential purposes is not within the range specified on the map.
32   Design of development
(1) Design objectives The specific objectives of the design of development in the mixed use zone controls are to:
(a)  promote development containing a mix of residential and non-residential uses, and
(b)  protect the amenity and safety of residents, and
(c)  concentrate the non-residential component of development in the mixed use zone at the lower levels of a building.
(2) Design controls A new building in the mixed use zone must not be erected unless:
(a)  the building contains both residential and non-residential uses, and
(b)  the non-residential component of the building is provided at the lower levels of the building and the ground level is not used for residential purposes, except access, and
(c)  the residential component of the building is provided with an entrance separate from the entrances to the remainder of the building, and
(d)  the building is set back above a podium.
(3)  Despite any other provision of this plan, any development in the mixed use zone may contain both residential and non-residential uses.
(4) Prohibited development Development that contravenes subclause (2) (a) is prohibited development.
cl 32: Am 29.10.2004.
Division 6 Waterfront zone
33   Waterfront zone controls
(1) Objectives of waterfront zone controls The specific objectives of the waterfront zone controls are to:
(a)  ensure development in the waterfront zone is in scale with the site and its surroundings, and
(b)  acknowledge the unique environmental quality of the foreshores of the harbour.
(2) Waterfront zone controls Development must not be carried out in the waterfront zone if:
(a)  the area of the site to be built upon exceeds 50% of the total site area, or
(b)  the height of any proposed building exceeds 10 metres, or
(c)  the proposed development is incompatible with the:
(i)  size of the site and the part of the waterway where the development is situated, particularly in relation to the number, size and draft of any boats to be moored, or
(ii)  proximity, scale and height of surrounding development, or
(iii)  scenic, environmental and cultural qualities of the site and its surrounding area, or
(d)  the proposed development will have an adverse effect on:
(i)  public views and views from surrounding properties, or
(ii)  natural features on, or adjoining, the site, such as cliff lines, bushland and significant trees.
Division 7 Special use zone and private recreation zone
pt 3, div 7, hdg: Am 2007 (68), Sch 1 [6].
34   Buildings in the special use zone and private recreation zone
(1) Land to which clause applies This clause applies to all land within the special use zone and private recreation zone.
(2) Buildings in the special use zone and private recreation zone objectives The specific objectives of the buildings in the special use zone and private recreation zone controls are to:
(a)  ensure that buildings within the zone are similar in type, height, bulk and scale to surrounding buildings, and
(b)  minimise the adverse effects of development on surrounding residential development.
(3) Building controls A building must not be erected on land to which this clause applies unless:
(a)  the building is consistent with the objectives and permissible uses that apply to the land adjoining the site and land directly across a road from the site, and
(b)  the building complies with the relevant development standards, for the particular type of building, that apply to the land adjoining the site and land directly across a road from the site.
(4)  If the site adjoins, or is directly across a road from, land in more than one zone, the objectives, permissible uses and development standards that are applied by subclause (3) are the most restrictive development standards.
(5)  For the purposes of subclause (4), the zone subject to the most restrictive development standards is to be determined having regard to all relevant zones except for the road, railway, public open space, private recreation or public recreation zones.
cl 34: Am 29.10.2004; 2007 (68), Sch 1 [7].
Division 8 Reserved land
35   Acquisition and development of land reserved for open space or bushland
(1)  The owner of any land in the public open space or bushland zones and listed in Schedule 9, being land reserved for acquisition as local open space or bushland, may by notice in writing require the Council to acquire the land.
(2)  The owner of any land in the public open space or bushland zones and listed in Schedule 10, being land reserved for acquisition as regional open space, may by notice in writing require the Corporation to acquire the land.
(3)  On receipt of a notice under this clause, the Council or the Corporation, as the case may be, must acquire the land, unless the land is owned by a public authority and is held by that public authority for the purpose for which the land is reserved.
(4)  Consent may be granted to development on land referred to in Schedule 9 or 10 for any purpose if the consent authority is satisfied that the development will not adversely affect the usefulness of the land for the purpose for which it has been reserved.
36   Acquisition and development of land reserved for roads
Note—
Nothing in this clause is to be construed as requiring a public authority to acquire land—see section 27 (3) of the Act.
(1)  The owner of any vacant land in the Road Zone and listed in Schedule 12, being land reserved for acquisition as arterial road reservation—proposed road widening, may by notice in writing require:
(a)  the RTA to acquire the land, in the case of land that is included in a 5 year works program current at the time of receipt of the notice, or
(b)  the Corporation to acquire the land, in any other case.
(2)  The owner of any land referred in Schedule 12 that is not vacant may, by notice in writing, require the RTA to purchase the land if:
(a)  the land is included in a 5 year works program current at the time of receipt of the notice, or
(b)  the RTA decided not to grant a concurrence for development on the land, or
(c)  the RTA is of the opinion that the owner of the land will suffer hardship if the land is not acquired within a reasonable time.
(3)  On receipt of a notice under this clause, the RTA or the Corporation, as the case may be, must acquire the land.
(4)  A person may carry out development on land listed in Schedule 12, with the consent of the Council, for any purpose:
(a)  for which development may be carried out in an adjoining zone, or
(b)  of a temporary nature.
(5)    (Repealed)
(6)  Land acquired under this clause may be developed, with the consent of the Council, for any purpose, until such time as it is required for the purpose for which it was acquired.
(7)  In this clause:
RTA means the Roads and Traffic Authority constituted under the Transport Administration Act 1988.
vacant land means land on which, immediately before the day on which a notice under this clause is given, there were no buildings except fences or buildings ancillary to a dwelling-house, such as greenhouses, conservatories, garages, summer houses, private boat houses, fuel sheds, tool houses, cycle sheds, aviaries, milking bails, hay sheds, stables, fowl houses, barns or the like.
cl 36: Am 2005 No 64, Sch 2.43 [1]; 2008 (571), Sch 3.129 [1]–[3].
Division 9 Miscellaneous provisions
37   (Repealed)
cl 37: Rep 2007 (102), Sch 1 [3].
38   Development within the foreshore building area
(1) Foreshore building area objectives The specific objectives of the foreshore building area controls are to:
(a)  enable development to be carried out, which is associated with water based recreation activity and which is ancillary to residential use but which is not used for habitation, and
(b)  recognise and retain the scenic, environmental and cultural qualities and the historical significance of foreshore land, and
(c)  recognise and implement the aims and objectives of Sydney Regional Environmental Plan (Sydney Harbour Catchment) 2005, and
(d)  minimise the individual and cumulative adverse visual effects of foreshore development, and
(e)  protect intertidal ecology and any sea wall or rock platform on foreshore land, and
(f)  ensure that if development has been carried out in the foreshore building area, future development does not result in the further encroachment of that area, and
(g)  prevent any further terracing of the foreshore building area, and
(h)  facilitate public access to foreshore land.
(2) Foreshore building area controls Despite any other provision of this plan, development must not be carried out within the foreshore building area, which further encroaches on the foreshore building area, except for the purpose of:
(a)  boatsheds or jetties with a maximum height of 3 metres, which are ancillary to residential use, and are not used as habitable rooms, or
(b)  swimming pools with a maximum height of 500mm and associated fencing with a maximum height of 1.2 metres, or
(c)  barbecues and fences with a maximum height of 1.2 metres, or
(d)    (Repealed)
(e)  sea retaining walls, or
(f)  retaining walls, other than sea retaining walls, with a maximum height of 500mm, or
(g)  structures to provide public access to the foreshore (including pathways, stairs and boardwalks) with a maximum height of 1.2 metres, or
(h)  structures to provide private access to the foreshore, including access for the aged or disabled, pathways and stairs, or
(i)  landscaping.
(3) Prohibited development Development that contravenes subclause (2) is prohibited development.
(4) Minor variation of foreshore building line Where the levels, depth or other exceptional features of a site make it necessary or appropriate to do so, the Council may, by resolution, vary the position of the foreshore building line on the site to a minor extent for the purposes of the application of this clause in respect of a particular development proposal.
cl 38: Am 29.10.2004; 2005 (590), Sch 5.10; 2007 (100), Sch 1 [1]–[4].
38A   Open space building line area
(1) Open space building line area objectives The specific objectives of the open space building line area controls are:
(a)  to maintain the established open landscaped setting provided by the area, and
(b)  to recognise and retain the scenic, environmental and cultural qualities of Newlands Lane, and
(c)  to encourage a native bushland setting for surrounding areas, and
(d)  to minimise built development in the area.
(2) Open space building line area controls Despite any other provision of this plan, development must not be carried out within the open space building line area except for the purpose of:
(a)  landscaping by means only of planting shrubs or trees, or
(b)  fences with a height of no more than 900 millimetres, measured from existing ground level.
(3)  State Environmental Planning Policy No 1—Development Standards does not apply to a requirement made by subclause (2).
(4) Definition In this clause:
open space building line area means the land shown hatched in green on the map.
cl 38A: Ins 20.2.2004.
39   Excavation of land
(1) Excavation objectives The specific objectives of the excavation of land controls are to:
(a)  retain existing vegetation and allow for new substantial vegetation and trees, and
(b)  minimise the adverse effects of excavation on the amenity of neighbouring properties, and
(c)  minimise excavation and site disturbance so as to retain natural landforms, natural rock faces, sandstone retaining walls and the like and to retain natural water runoff patterns and underground water table and flow patterns, and
(d)  ensure the structural integrity of adjoining properties.
(2) Excavation controls Development that includes excavation must not be carried out unless:
(a)  the development is in accordance with and promotes the objectives in subclause (1), and
(b)  land stability of the site and adjoining land is preserved, and
(c)  the natural drainage patterns of the land and catchment will not be disrupted, and
(d)  adverse effects on other properties are avoided or minimised.
40   Contaminated land
(1)  Consent must not be granted to the carrying out of any development on land unless the consent authority:
(a)  has considered whether the land is contaminated, and
(b)  if the land is contaminated, is satisfied that the land is suitable in its contaminated state (or will be suitable, after remediation) for the purpose for which the development is proposed to be carried out, and
(c)  if the land requires remediation to be made suitable for the purpose for which the development is proposed to be carried out, is satisfied that the land will be remediated before the land is used for that purpose.
(2)  Nothing in this clause affects the application of State Environmental Planning Policy No 55—Remediation of Land or the Contaminated Land Management Act 1997 to land to which this plan applies.
41   Acid sulfate soils
(1) Acid sulfate objectives The specific objectives of the acid sulfate soil controls are to:
(a)  provide environmental planning controls that will result in the management of any disturbance to acid sulfate soils in the North Sydney local government area so as to minimise adverse effects on natural water bodies and wetlands and on urban and infrastructure activities, and
(b)  require special assessment of certain development on land identified as being subject to risks associated with the disturbance of acid sulfate soils.
(2) Acid sulfate soil controls Within the Acid Sulfate Soil Area shown on the map, a person must not, without development consent, carry out any works that will disturb more than one tonne of soil below the existing ground level, or that are likely to lower the water table on any land within the Acid Sulfate Soil Area.
(3)  Consent is not required by this clause if:
(a)  a copy of a preliminary assessment of the proposed works, undertaken in accordance with the acid sulfate soils assessment guidelines by a suitably qualified person, has been given to the Council, and
(b)  the Council is satisfied that the results of the preliminary assessment indicate that the proposed works need not be carried out pursuant to an acid sulfate soils management plan prepared in accordance with the Acid Sulfate Soils Manual.
(4) Considerations for consent authority A consent required by this clause must not be granted unless the consent authority has considered:
(a)  an acid sulfate soils management plan prepared for the proposed development in accordance with the Acid Sulfate Soil Manual, and
(b)  the likelihood of the proposed development resulting in the discharge of acid water, and
(c)    (Repealed)
(5) Public authorities not excepted This clause requires consent for development to be carried out by councils, or any statutory or public authority despite:
(a)  clause 35 and items 2 and 11 of Schedule 1 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Model Provisions 1980, as adopted by clause 7 of this Plan, and
(6) Definitions In this plan:
acid sulfate soils means actual or potential acid sulfate soils, as defined in the Acid Sulfate Soil Manual.
acid sulfate soils assessment guidelines means the assessment guidelines in the Acid Sulfate Soil Manual.
Acid Sulfate Soil Manual means the document with that name published by the NSW Acid Sulfate Soils Management Advisory Committee and as adopted for the time being by the Director-General.
cl 41: Am 2008 (571), Sch 3.129 [4].
42   Suspension of covenants, agreements and similar instruments
(1)  Any covenant, agreement or similar instrument that affects development allowed by this plan does not apply to the extent (if any) necessary to allow the development.
(2)  Nothing in subclause (1) affects the rights or interests of any public authority under any registered instrument.
(3)  In accordance with section 28 of the Act, the Governor approved of subclauses (1) and (2) before this plan was made.
Part 4 Heritage provisions
43   This Part to prevail
The provisions of this Part prevail over all other provisions of this plan to the extent of any direct or indirect inconsistency.
44   Heritage conservation objectives
The specific objectives of the heritage conservation controls are to:
(a)  ensure the protection and management of Aboriginal sites and relics, and
(b)  ensure the proper management of archaeological resources, and
(c)  ensure the conservation of heritage items (and their curtilages) and conservation areas, and
(d)  ensure that development does not adversely affect the heritage significance of heritage items and conservation areas.
45   Consent requirements
(1) Consent required for development The following development must not be carried out without development consent:
(a)  disturbing or excavating any land while knowing, or having reasonable cause to suspect, that the disturbance or excavation will or is likely to result in an Aboriginal site or an archaeological resource being discovered, exposed, moved, damaged or destroyed, or
(b)  damaging, demolishing, defacing, moving or altering a relic, or
(c)  demolishing or moving a heritage item or a building, work or place within a conservation area, or
(d)  altering a heritage item or a building, work or place within a conservation area by making structural or non structural changes to its exterior, such as changes to its external detail, fabric, finish or appearance, or
(e)  making:
(i)  structural changes to the detail or fabric of the interior of a heritage item, or
(ii)  non-structural changes to the detail, fabric, finish or appearance of the interior of a heritage item listed in Schedule 3 as having an interior of heritage significance, or
(f)  erecting a building on, or subdividing, land that is a heritage item or is within a conservation area.
(2)    (Repealed)
cl 45: Am 29.10.2004; 2006 (382), Sch 1 [7].
46   Aboriginal sites and relics
(1) Aboriginal sites and relics objectives The specific objectives in relation to the aboriginal sites and relics controls are to:
(a)  ensure the conservation of Aboriginal sites and relics, and
(b)  ensure that development does not adversely affect Aboriginal sites and relics.
(2) Aboriginal sites and relics controls Consent must not be granted to development on an Aboriginal site unless the consent authority:
(a)  has considered a statement of heritage impact showing how the proposed development would affect the conservation of the site, and any relic known or likely to be located at the site and an assessment of cultural impacts, and
(b)  has considered any submission made by the relevant Aboriginal community about the Aboriginal cultural significance of the site and the impact of the proposed development on the cultural significance of that site, and
(c)    (Repealed)
cl 46: Am 29.10.2004; 2008 (571), Sch 3.129 [5].
47   Archaeological resources
(1) Archaeological resources objectives The specific objectives of the archaeological resources controls are to:
(a)  ensure the conservation of archaeological resources, and
(b)  ensure development does not adversely affect archaeological resources.
(2) Archaeological resources controls Consent must not be granted to development on land that contains an archaeological resource unless the consent authority:
(a)  has considered an archaeological assessment that evaluates:
(i)  the probable extent, nature and integrity of the archaeological resource at a site, and
(ii)  the significance of that resource, and
(iii)  the appropriate management for that resource, having regard to its significance and any statutory requirements, and
(b)  is satisfied that any necessary excavation permit required under the Heritage Act 1977 has been granted.
cl 47: Am 29.10.2004; 2008 (571), Sch 3.129 [6].
48   Heritage items
(1) Heritage item objectives The specific objectives of the heritage item controls are to:
(a)  prevent the demolition of heritage items, and
(b)  provide specific criteria to be considered when determining an application in respect of a heritage item, and
(c)  ensure heritage items are conserved and maintained.
(2) Heritage item controls When determining whether or not to grant consent to a development application in respect of a heritage item, the consent authority must consider the extent to which the carrying out of the proposed development would affect the heritage significance of the heritage item concerned.
Note—
The website of the Heritage Branch of the Department of Planning has publications that provide guidance on assessing the impact of proposed development on the heritage significance of items (for example, Statements of Heritage Impact).
(3)  The consent authority’s consideration under subclause (2) must include (but is not limited to) consideration of:
(a)  the heritage significance of the item as part of the environmental heritage of North Sydney, and
(b)  the impact that the proposed development will have on the heritage significance of the item and its setting, including any landscape or horticultural features, and
(c)  the measures proposed to conserve the heritage significance of the item and its setting, and
(d)  the extent, if any, to which the carrying out of the proposed development would affect the form of an historic subdivision.
(4) Required documentation: heritage items Before determining whether or not to grant consent to a development application in respect of a heritage item, the consent authority may require the submission of:
(a)  a statement of heritage impact or a conservation management plan, and
(b)  a structural engineer’s report.
(5) Consideration of proposed development involving complete demolition of a heritage item Consent must not be granted to development involving the complete demolition of a heritage item, until the consent authority has considered:
(a)  whether the heritage significance of the heritage item is insufficient to warrant its retention, and
(b)  whether the heritage item is reasonably capable of conservation, and
(c)  whether the heritage item is not in a structurally sound condition, and
(d)  whether the character, design and aesthetics of any proposed replacement building or work and its relationship to the character of the surrounding buildings and works is appropriate.
(6) Site development Despite any other provision of this plan, the consent authority must not grant consent to an application for the complete demolition of a heritage item unless the consent authority, at the same time, grants consent to a replacement building or work on the site.
(7) Documentation required: complete demolition of heritage items Consent must not be granted to the complete demolition of a heritage item, until the consent authority has considered:
(a)  a statement of heritage impact or, if required by the consent authority, a conservation management plan, and
(b)  a structural engineer’s report.
(8)    (Repealed)
cl 48: Am 29.10.2004; 2008 (571), Sch 3.129 [7] [8].
49   Conservation areas
(1) Conservation area objectives The specific objectives of the conservation area controls are to:
(a)  conserve the character of the neighbourhood and heritage significance of the conservation area, as a whole or any part of the conservation area, and
(b)  ensure that demolition within conservation areas does not result in incremental loss of heritage significance, and
(c)  prevent the demolition of contributory items, and
(d)  provide specific criteria to be considered when determining a development application in respect of a building, work, or place in a conservation area, and
(e)  ensure that neutral items are retained, and
(f)  encourage the removal of uncharacteristic elements from conservation areas and their replacement with buildings or works that reinforce the character of the neighbourhood and heritage significance of the conservation area, and
(g)  discourage development that is similar to uncharacteristic elements.
(2) Assessment of proposed development: conservation areas When determining whether or not to grant consent to a development application in respect of a building, work or place within a conservation area, the consent authority must consider:
(a)  whether the proposed development will adversely affect the character and heritage significance of the conservation area, as a whole, and the part of the conservation area in the immediate vicinity of the proposed development, and
(b)  whether the proposed development will reduce the uncharacteristic elements present in the conservation area, and
(c)  without limiting the generality of paragraph (a) or (b), whether:
(i)  the height, number of storeys, bulk and scale of the building, and
(ii)  the pitch, form and detail of the roof of the building, or
(iii)  the style, size, proportion and position of openings for windows or doors of the building, and
(iv)  the colour, texture, style, size and type of finish of the materials to be used on the exterior of the building, and
(v)  the setbacks of the building, and
(vi)  the design of the landscaped area of the development site, and
(vii)  the pattern of any subdivision included in the proposed development,
are similar to those of contributory items within the conservation area, as a whole and in the immediate vicinity of the proposed development.
(3)    (Repealed)
(4) Required documentation: conservation areas Before determining whether or not to grant consent to a development application in respect of a heritage item, the consent authority may require the submission of:
(a)  a statement of heritage impact or a conservation management plan, and
(b)  a structural engineer’s report.
(5) Consideration of complete demolition: conservation areas Consent must not be granted to development involving the complete demolition of a building, work or place within a conservation area, until the consent authority has considered:
(a)  whether the proposed development will adversely affect the character of the neighbourhood and heritage significance of the conservation area, as a whole and in the immediate vicinity of the proposed development, and
(b)  whether the building, work or place is structurally sound and reasonably capable of conservation, and
(c)  whether the proposed building or work intended to replace that being demolished will contribute to the character of the neighbourhood and heritage significance of the conservation area, in particular in terms of subclause (2) (c).
(6) Required documentation: complete demolition in a conservation area Consent must not be granted to the complete demolition of a building, work or place within a conservation area until the consent authority has considered:
(a)  a statement of heritage impact, and
(b)  a structural engineer’s report, except where the building or work to be demolished is an uncharacteristic element.
(7) Site redevelopment Despite any other provision of this plan, the consent authority must not grant consent to an application for the complete demolition of a building, work or place within a conservation area unless the consent authority, at the same time, grants consent to a replacement building or work on the site.
cll 49–51: Am 29.10.2004.
50   Development in the vicinity of heritage items
(1) Development in vicinity objective The specific objective of the development in the vicinity of heritage items control is to ensure that development in the vicinity of a heritage item does not adversely affect the heritage significance of the item or its curtilage.
(2) Development in vicinity controls When determining a development application relating to land in the vicinity of a heritage item the consent authority must consider the likely effect of the proposed development on the heritage significance of the heritage item and its curtilage.
(3)  Before determining a development application relating to land in the vicinity of a heritage item, the consent authority may require the submission of a statement of heritage impact on the heritage item and its curtilage.
cll 49–51: Am 29.10.2004.
51   Conservation incentives
(1) Conservation objectives The specific objectives of the conservation incentives are to:
(a)  allow for the flexible use of heritage items, for uses that would otherwise be prohibited, in order to ensure their conservation, and
(b)  ensure that such use does not reduce residential density or adversely affect amenity.
(2) Conservation incentives Consent may be granted to the use of a heritage item otherwise prohibited by this plan, but only if the consent authority is satisfied that:
(a)  residential density on the site will be maintained, and
(b)  the proposed use would not adversely affect the heritage significance of the heritage item, and
(c)  the proposed use would not adversely affect the amenity of the surrounding area, and
(d)  the conservation of the heritage item, as identified in the relevant conservation management plan, is ensured by the granting of the consent and could not reasonably otherwise be achieved,
(e)  the use of the heritage item at the time of lodgement of the application or, if vacant at the time of lodgement of the application, its immediate past use, is not in itself of heritage significance.
(3)  Consent must not be granted to the use of a heritage item pursuant to this clause, unless the consent authority has considered a conservation management plan for the heritage item or, if a statement of heritage impact has been required by the consent authority under clause 48 (4), a statement of heritage impact for the heritage item.
cll 49–51: Am 29.10.2004.
Part 5 Site specific provisions
52   Operational land
(1) Operational land Schedule The public land described in Schedule 11 is classified, or reclassified, as operational land for the purposes of the Local Government Act 1993.
(2) Removal of public reserve status and other restrictions under amended section 30 In accordance with section 30 of the Local Government Act 1993, a parcel of land described in Part 2 of Schedule 11, to the extent (if any) that it is a public reserve, ceases to be a public reserve on the commencement of the relevant amending plan and, by the operation of that plan, is discharged from any trusts, estates, interests, dedications, conditions, restrictions and covenants affecting the land and any part of the land, except for:
(aa)  those trusts, estates, interests, dedications, conditions, restrictions and covenants (if any) specified in relation to a parcel of land described in Part 2 of Schedule 11, and
(a)  any reservations that except land out of a Crown grant relating to the land, and
(b)  reservations of minerals (within the meaning of the Crown Lands Act 1989).
(3)  Before the relevant amending plan that inserted the description of a parcel of land into Part 2 of Schedule 11 was made, the Governor approved of subclauses (2) and (4) applying to the land.
(4)  In this clause, the relevant amending plan, in relation to a parcel of land described in Part 2 of Schedule 11, is the local environmental plan that inserted the description of the parcel of land in that Part.
(5) Land classified or reclassified under original section 30 Land described in Part 1 of Schedule 11 is not affected by the amendments made by the Local Government Amendment (Community Land Management) Act 1998 to section 30 of the Local Government Act 1993.
cl 52: Am 2005 (162), Sch 1 [1] [2].
53   Ennis Road Bays
(1) Ennis Road Bays under Warringah Freeway This clause applies to the cubic spaces which comprise Bays 24–44, at 2–28 Ennis Road, Kirribilli, as marked “Ennis Rd Bays” on the map.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the controls in relation to the land is to ensure that the bays can continue to be used for a range of uses consistent with the amenity of surrounding areas.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, a person may, with development consent, carry out development within the bays for those purposes permissible in the Residential D (Neighbourhood Business) zone.
cll 53: Am 29.10.2004.
54   190 Pacific Highway
Despite the Table to Part 2, the land known as 190 Pacific Highway, North Sydney may, with development consent, be used for the purposes of an instruction centre for unemployed persons participating in job training projects at other sites.
55   St Leonards Park—North Sydney Oval
(1) Subject land This clause applies to St Leonards Park, North Sydney, and the roadway along Miller Street adjacent to Oval No 1.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the controls in relation to the land is to ensure that the land can continue to be used for a range of uses consistent with the amenity of surrounding areas.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, but subject to subclause (4), development for the purposes of the following is permitted, with development consent, on the land:
advertisements; commercial premises; Council depot, educational establishments; professional consulting rooms; public buildings; shops; uses and structures ancillary and incidental to any sporting activity carried out on the land (including television and lighting towers).
(4)  Commercial premises and shops shall be contained within sports grandstand structures on the land and the gross floor area of those commercial premises and shops shall not exceed 2,000 square metres.
56   Hume Street and Alexander Street car parks
(1) Subject land This clause applies to the following land:
(a)  the Hume Street Car Park, being the land bounded by Hume Street, Clarke Street, Oxley Street and Pole Lane at Crows Nest, and
(b)  the Alexander Street Car Park, being Lots 9–12, section 4, DP 1265, having frontage to Alexander and Burlington Streets, Crows Nest.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the controls in relation to the land is to ensure that the land can continue to be used for a range of uses consistent with the amenity of surrounding areas.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purpose of the following is permitted, with development consent, on the land:
child care centres; commercial premises; educational establishments; professional consulting rooms; public buildings; refreshment rooms; shops; take-away food shops.
57   Crows Nest Community Centre
(1) Subject land This clause applies to the Crows Nest Community Centre, being the land bounded by Ernest Street, Willoughby Lane, Hospital Lane, and the portion of Zig Zag land between Hospital Lane and Ernest Street.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the controls in relation to the land is to ensure that the land can continue to be used for a range of uses consistent with the amenity of surrounding areas.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purpose of the following is permitted, with development consent, on the land:
child care centres; commercial premises; educational establishments; places of assembly; professional consulting rooms; public buildings; refreshment rooms; shops; take-away food shops.
58   Hipwood Street Car Park
(1) Subject land This clause applies to land owned by North Sydney Council at Hipwood Street, Kirribilli, adjacent to 18 Hipwood Street, being Lot 4, DP 740787.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the controls in relation to the land is to ensure that the land can continue to be used for a car park consistently with the amenity of surrounding areas.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purpose of the following is permitted, with development consent, on the land:
car parking.
59   Luna Park: Glen Street frontage
(1) Subject land This clause applies to the land in the Luna Park Zone that is shown hatched in black stripes on the map, being land fronting Glen Street.
(2) Objectives The specific objectives of the controls in relation to the land are to:
(a)  ensure that the bulk and height of new buildings does not detract from the amenity of surrounding areas (including existing views), and
(b)  minimise traffic generation.
(3) Controls A building must not be erected on the land if:
(a)  the height of the building, measured vertically above the level of Glen Street, will exceed 14 metres, or
(b)  the floor space ratio will exceed 3.5:1.
(4)  Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purpose of the following is permitted, with development consent, on the land:
car parks (used only in conjunction with Luna Park and the North Sydney Olympic Pool); commercial premises; hotels; serviced apartments.
cll 59: Am 29.10.2004.
60   (Repealed)
cl 60: Am 29.10.2004. Rep 2007 (102), Sch 1 [4].
61   Cremorne Point Kiosk
(1) Subject land This clause applies to Lot 1 in DP 881930, being the land known as the Cremorne Point Kiosk, and being all the land in the residential D zone at Wharf Road, Cremorne Point.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the controls in relation to the Cremorne Point Kiosk are to limit the intensity of use of the land to ensure that:
(a)  no additional traffic or parking demand is generated from the use of the land, and
(b)  the heritage item on the land is conserved, and
(c)  any non-residential use of the land is small in scale and caters to the local population and public transport users.
(3) Control Consent must not be granted to development on land to which this clause applies unless:
(a)  the existing significant fabric and envelope of the building located on the land on the appointed day will be conserved, and
(b)  the hours of operation of any non-residential use of the land will be limited to between 7 am and 8 pm, Monday to Friday, and 8 am and 8 pm on Saturday and Sunday, and
(c)  any seating to be provided on the land will not exceed 5 tables or 20 seats.
62   James Milson Village
(1) Subject land This clause applies to Lots 1 and 2 DP 215942, Lot 1 DP 540282, Lot 2 DP 594966, Lot 8 DP 17717 and Lot 1 DP 524258, Clark Road, North Sydney, being land known as “James Milson Village”, shown edged heavy black on the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 1)” deposited in the office of the Council.
(2) Objectives The specific objectives of the controls in relation to the land are:
(a)  to provide aged care accommodation within North Sydney, and
(b)  to ensure the site will only be used for housing for aged and disabled persons and nursing homes, and
(c)  to provide for increased development of the land shown cross-hatched on the map referred to in subclause (1), while restricting the height of new development on the remainder of the subject land.
(3) Development that may be carried out on subject land Despite the Table to Part 2, the only purposes for which development is permitted, with development consent, on the subject land are the following:
housing for aged or disabled persons; nursing homes.
(4) Controls A building must not exceed 8 storeys on the part of the land shown cross-hatched on the map referred to in subclause (1).
(5)  A building must not be erected on the part of the land not shown cross-hatched on the map referred to in subclause (1) if the building is greater than the existing height of the building approved before the appointed day.
(6)  A building must not be erected on the land if the landscaped area is less than 30% of the whole site shown edged heavy black on the map referred to in subclause (1).
(7)  Development on the land is prohibited development if:
(a)  it is not for a purpose specified in subclause (3), and
(b)  it is not in accordance with subclause (4).
(8)  Clause 34 (3) (b) does not apply to the land to which this clause applies.
(9)  In this clause:
storey means any floor, or part of a floor, regardless of use but does not include the following:
(a)  an attic,
(b)  a parking area that is contained wholly below RL 15.
cl 62: Ins 28.6.2002.
63   Balls Head Road
(1) Subject land This clause applies to the part of the land known as 3 Balls Head Road, Waverton, that is shown edged heavy black on the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 7)—Sheet 1”, deposited in the office of the Council.
(2) Permissible development Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purpose of attached dwellings is permitted, with development consent, on the land.
(3) Objectives The specific objectives of the controls for attached dwellings on the land are:
(a)  to maintain views through the site from nearby residences, and
(b)  to enhance views of the site from the harbour and foreshores, and
(c)  to ensure that the height, bulk and scale of new buildings do not have an adverse impact on the amenity of nearby residents or adjacent open space, or when viewed from the harbour or foreshores, and
(d)  to retain the existing rock outcrop on the site and ensure that it is not built upon, and
(e)  to ensure that the bulk and scale of the new buildings, when viewed from the harbour or foreshores, have the appearance substantially of two storey dwellings.
(4) Controls Attached dwellings must not be erected on the land unless:
(a)  at least one of the dwellings has its primary frontage and orientation to Balls Head Road, and
(b)  the height of buildings is less than RL 17.5 where critical to views of nearby residences and less than RL 18.5 otherwise, and
(c)  a landscaped area of 355 square metres is consolidated at the eastern end of the site and incorporates the rock outcrop and cliff face, and
(d)  the existing rock outcrop and cliff face are maintained, and
(e)  the attached dwellings contain only 3 or 4 dwellings, and
(f)  any buildings between the ground and first floor levels, when viewed from the harbour or foreshores, are substantially screened by landscaping.
(5) Development on landscaped area Development on the landscaped area referred to in subclause (4) (c) is prohibited, except for the purposes of landscaping.
cl 63: Ins 27.9.2002. Am 7.3.2003.
64   1 Bradly Avenue
(1) Subject land This clause applies to part Lot B, DP 935347, and Lots 12–14 and part Lots 15–17, DP 4416, Stannards Place, Kirribilli (also known as 1 Bradly Avenue, Kirribilli), as shown edged heavy black on the map marked “North Sydney Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 8)”.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the control in relation to the land is to allow limited development for non-maritime commercial purposes to ensure that the viability of the land as a working harbour site is maintained.
(3) Permissible development Despite the Table to Part 2, development for non-maritime commercial purposes is permitted, with development consent, on the land.
(4) Control The gross floor area of all buildings resulting from development for non-maritime commercial purposes on the land must not exceed a total of 325 square metres.
(5) Definition In this clause:
non-maritime commercial purposes means commercial purposes that are not directly related to charter or tourist boat facilities, marinas, ship building or repair, or water based transport facilities.
cl 64: Ins 28.11.2003.
65   34 McLaren Street, North Sydney
(1) Subject land This clause applies to that part of Lot 1, DP 62370 that extends northward for a distance of 38.3 metres from the southern boundary of that lot and which is known as 34 McLaren Street, North Sydney.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the control in relation to the subject land is to permit professional consulting rooms on the subject land.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purposes of professional consulting rooms is permitted, with development consent, on the land.
cl 65: Ins 2007 (102), Sch 1 [5].
66   111–115 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
(1) Subject land This clause applies to Lots 28 and 29, Section 6, DP 2872, 111–115 Chandos Street, Crows Nest.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the control in relation to the subject land is to permit commercial premises on the subject land.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purposes of commercial premises is permitted, with development consent, on the land.
cl 66: Ins 2009 (529), Sch 1.
67   162 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
(1) Subject land This clause applies to Lot 2, DP 557873, 162 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the control in relation to the subject land is to permit commercial premises on the subject land.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purposes of commercial premises is permitted, with development consent, on the subject land.
cl 67: Ins 2010 (74), cl 4.
68   450 Miller Street and 11 Amherst Street, Cammeray
(1) Subject land This clause applies to Lots 2–5, DP 1129460, 450 Miller Street and 11 Amherst Street, Cammeray.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the control in relation to the subject land is to permit commercial premises above the ground floor on the subject land.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purposes of commercial premises is permitted, with development consent, above the ground floor on the subject land.
cl 68: Ins 2010 (75), cl 4.
70   35–51 Mitchell Street, McMahons Point
(1) Subject land This clause applies to Lot 1, DP 557873 and Lots 4–7, DP 16870, 35–51 Mitchell Street, McMahons Point.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the control in relation to the subject land is to permit commercial premises on the subject land.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purposes of commercial premises is permitted, with development consent, on the subject land.
cl 70: Ins 2010 (179), cl 4. Am 2010 (365), cl 4.
71   Blue Street Car Park, North Sydney
(1) Subject land This clause applies to certain land at North Sydney at the eastern end of Blue Street and bounded by the North Shore Railway line and the Pacific Highway, and known as the Blue Street Car Park, as shown edged heavy black on the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 41)”.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the control in relation to the subject land is to ensure that the land can continue to be used for a car park consistent with the amenity of surrounding areas.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purpose of a single-level only car park is permitted, with development consent, on the subject land.
cl 71: Ins 2011 (57), Sch 1.
72   14–16 Military Road, Neutral Bay
(1) Subject land This clause applies to Lot 1, DP 191827 and Lot F, DP 441071, 14–16 Military Road, Neutral Bay.
(2) Objective The specific objective of the control in relation to the subject land is to permit on the subject land development ancillary to the use of the service station situated on adjoining land (being Lot 21, DP 538877, 18–38 Military Road, Neutral Bay).
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purposes of a driveway, car parking, acoustic treatment and landscaping (being development ancillary to the use of the service station on adjoining land) is permitted, with development consent, on the subject land.
cl 72: Ins 2011 (59), Sch 1.
73   Grosvenor Lane Car Park
(1) Subject land This clause applies to certain land at Grosvenor Lane, Neutral Bay, as shown edged heavy black on the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 46)”.
(2) Objectives The specific objective of the control in relation to the subject land is to permit on the subject land development (for the purposes of outdoor dining) associated with the use of a refreshment room situated on any land directly adjoining the subject land.
(3) Control Despite the Table to Part 2, development for the purposes of outdoor dining (being development associated with the use of a refreshment room lawfully established on land directly adjoining the subject land) is permitted, with development consent, on the subject land.
cl 73: Ins 2011 (486), Sch 1.
Schedule 1 Repeals and amendments
(Clause 5 (1))
1   
The following environmental planning instruments are (except to any extent that they apply to land to which this plan does not apply) repealed:
(a)  the North Sydney Planning Scheme Ordinance,
(b)  Interim Development Order No 57—Municipality of North Sydney,
(c)  Interim Development Order No 60—Municipality of North Sydney,
(d)  North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 1989 (Amendment Nos 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 45, 52, 53, 54, 56, 59 and 60).
2   
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 1989 is amended as follows:
(a)  by omitting clause 3 and substituting the following:
  
3   Land to which this plan applies
This plan applies to the following land within the local government area of North Sydney:
(a)  any land shown as being within the “North Sydney Centre” on the map, within the meaning of North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001, and
(b)  any land that has been excluded from that plan under section 70 (4) of the Act and that has not been subsequently included in the land to which that plan applies.
(b)  by omitting Part 4 (Heritage provisions) and Schedules 2, 3 and 4.
3   
State Environmental Planning Policy No 4—Development Without Consent is amended by inserting at the end of Schedule 1 the following words:
  
Schedule 2 Definitions
(Clause 6)
Aboriginal site means any place or relic relating to Aboriginal occupation, even if not currently identified.
adjoining, in relation to specified land, means:
(a)  land that immediately joins any boundary of the specified land, or
(b)  land that is separated from the specified land only by a driveway, right-of-way or access way (not being a public road).
advertisement means the display by the use of symbols, messages or other devices for promotional purposes or for conveying information, instructions, directions or the like, whether or not the display includes the erection of a structure or the carrying out of a work.
apartment building means a single residential building containing three or more dwellings but does not include attached dwellings.
apartment building adaption means the creation of an apartment building substantially within a building (other than an apartment building) that lawfully existed on the appointed day.
apartment building revision means:
(a)  the carrying out of alterations for the purpose of an apartment building, or
(b)  the creation of a new apartment building within the envelope of an apartment building,
that lawfully existed on the appointed day.
appointed day means the day on which this plan took effect.
archaeological resource means any place, deposit, object or material evidence (which may consist of human remains) relating to the use and settlement, not being Aboriginal settlement, of the local government area of North Sydney and which is fifty or more years old.
arterial road means:
(a)  a road shown on a map referred to in this plan by:
(i)  a continuous or intermittent red line on white between firm black lines, or
(ii)  a broken red band on white between intermittent black lines, and
(b)  a main road within the meaning of the Roads Act 1993, and
(c)  a secondary road within the meaning of the Roads Act 1993.
attached dwellings means a building, or buildings, containing more than two dwellings, where each dwelling is attached to another dwelling by a common wall, and where no part of a dwelling is superimposed on any part of another dwelling (except for underground parking).
attached dwellings revision means:
(a)  the carrying out of alterations for the purpose of attached dwellings, or
(b)  the creation of a new attached dwellings within the envelope of attached dwellings,
that lawfully existed on the appointed day.
attic means space wholly contained within the roof space of a dwelling, where the pitch of the roof creating the space does not exceed 36 degrees.
backpackers’ accommodation means a building or part of a building primarily or principally used to provide short term accommodation for travellers, for tourists or for persons engaged in recreational pursuits, but not used as their principal place of residence.
boarding house means a residential building:
(a)  that is wholly or partly let in lodgings, and
(b)  that provides lodgers with a principal place of residence, and
(c)  that has shared facilities, such as a communal bathroom, kitchen or laundry,
but does not include backpackers’ accommodation, a serviced apartment or a motel.
building has its meaning in the Act.
building height plane means a plane projected at an angle of 45 degrees over a site, commencing, at the height specified in this plan, along the boundary of the site or along any other line or boundary specified in this plan for the purpose of establishing a building height plane.
bulk store means a building or place used for the bulk storage of goods, where the goods stored or to be stored are not required for use in a shop or commercial premises on the same parcel of land or on adjoining land in the same ownership.
bus depot means a building or place used for the servicing, repair and garaging of buses and other vehicles used for the purposes of a bus transport undertaking.
bus station means a building or place used as a terminal for the assembly and dispersal of passengers travelling by bus.
bushfire hazard reduction means a reduction or modification of fuel by burning, or by chemical, mechanical or manual means.
bushland means land on which there is vegetation which is either a remainder of the natural vegetation of the land or, if altered, is still representative of the structure and floristics of the natural vegetation.
business identification sign means an advertisement which in respect of any place or premises to which it is fixed contains all or any of the following:
(a)  a reference to the identity or a description of the place or premises,
(b)  a reference to the identity or a description of any person residing or carrying out an occupation or activity at the place or premises,
(c)  such directions or cautions as are usual or necessary relating to the place or premises or any occupation or activity carried out there,
(d)  particulars or notifications required or permitted to be displayed by or under any Act or any Act of the Parliament of the Commonwealth,
(e)  particulars relating to the goods, commodities or services dealt with or provided at the place or premises,
(f)  a reference to an affiliation with a trade, professional or other association relevant to the business conducted on the place or premises.
car park means a building or place used for the parking of motor vehicles, other than parking which is ancillary to or incidental to development which is permissible either with or without development consent.
car repair station means a building or place used for the purpose of servicing or repairing motor vehicles not being:
(a)  body building, or
(b)  panel beating, or
(c)  spray painting.
carriage development means three or more dwellings in a row along a side boundary of a site, whether attached to each other or detached.
character of a neighbourhood within the North Sydney local government area means the combination of features (including environment, built form, landscape, community and function) that makes the neighbourhood distinctive.
character statement means a statement that:
(a)  identifies the desired character for a neighbourhood within the North Sydney local government area described in the statement, and
(b)  has been adopted by the Council as a character statement for the purposes of this plan.
child care centre means a building or place which is used (whether or not for profit) for the purpose of educating, minding or caring for children (whether or not any of the children are related to the owner or operator), but only if the following conditions are satisfied:
(a)  the children number 6 or more, are under 6 years of age, and do not attend a government school, or a registered non-government school, within the meaning of the Education Act 1990, and
(b)  the building or place does not provide residential care for any of the children (other than those related to the owner or operator).
club means a building used by persons associated, or by a body incorporated, for social, literary, political, sporting, athletic or other lawful purposes whether of the same or of a different kind and whether or not the whole or a part of the building is the premises of a club registered under the Registered Clubs Act 1976.
commercial premises means a building or place used as an office or for other business or commercial purposes, but (in Part 2) does not include a building or place elsewhere specifically defined in this Schedule or a building or place used for a land use elsewhere specifically defined in this Schedule.
community facilities means a facility for the provision, management or operation of community services, public health services, employment, legal, housing, cultural, educational and information services, sporting, recreational and entertainment services, environmental conservation, protection and improvement services and public transport services.
community notice sign is a notice or display of public information by a public authority giving information or directions about services provided by that authority.
compatible use means a use which does not involve change to the culturally significant fabric of a heritage item, but which may involve change that is substantially reversible or change that has a minimal adverse effect on the heritage significance of a heritage item.
complying development has its meaning in the Act.
complying development certificate has its meaning in the Act.
conservation means all the processes of looking after a building or work so as to retain its heritage significance and includes maintenance, preservation, restoration, reconstruction, or adaptation.
conservation area means land shown edged in blue on the map.
conservation area character in relation to conservation areas, means the combination of features which distinguish each conservation area.
conservation management plan means a document, prepared in accordance with the “New South Wales Heritage Manual”, that establishes the heritage significance of a heritage item, and that identifies conservation policies and management mechanisms that are appropriate to the retention of the item’s significance.
contaminated land means land in, on or under which any substance is present at a concentration above that naturally present in, on or under other land in the same locality.
contributory item means a building, work or place, or a fixed component thereof, which is located on land coloured yellow on the map, or is included in Schedule 4 (Contributory items).
corporation means the corporation constituted by section 8 (1) of the Act.
Council means the North Sydney Council.
cultural resource means places, topography, buildings and their aesthetic qualities that contribute to community cultural life, identity and sense of place, including:
(a)  Aboriginal sites and relics,
(b)  archaeological resources,
(c)  heritage items and conservation areas,
(d)  significant streetscapes and intact street frontages,
(e)  sandstone outcrops and walls,
(f)  public art and monuments,
(g)  lookouts and significant views from lookouts, streets, or public open space,
(h)  community centres, halls, churches, theatres, libraries, museums and galleries,
(i)  recreation and leisure facilities,
(j)  neighbourhood shops and refreshment rooms,
(k)  the network of roads, lanes, footpaths, steps and means of access to the foreshore,
(l)  those aspects of cultural life that utilise, or are presented in, any of the matters specified in paragraphs (a)–(k).
cultural significance means aesthetic, archaeological, architectural, natural history, scientific or social value for present and future generations.
curtilage means the area of land (including land covered by water) surrounding a heritage item, a conservation area, or building, work or place within a conservation area, which contributes to its heritage significance.
demolition of a heritage item or a building, work or place within a conservation area means the complete or partial demolition, destruction, dismantling or removal of any fixed element of the heritage item or the building, work or place within a conservation area.
duplex means a single building containing only two dwellings, each dwelling attached to the other by a common wall or by the floor of one to the ceiling of the other.
dwelling means a room or suite of rooms occupied or used or so constructed or adapted as to be capable of being occupied or used as a separate domicile.
dwelling-house means a building containing one, but not more than one, dwelling.
educational establishment means a building used as a school, college, technical college, academy, lecture hall, gallery or museum, but does not include a building used wholly or principally as an institution or child care centre.
established apartment building means an apartment building lawfully in existence on the appointed day.
established attached dwellings means attached dwellings lawfully in existence on the appointed day.
exempt development has its meaning in the Act.
existing ground level means the level of the ground as at December 1997, as shown on the Council’s digital photogrammetric maps dated December 1997.
floor means that space within a building which is situated between one floor level and the floor level next above or, if there is no floor above, the ceiling or roof above.
floor space ratio, in relation to a building, means the ratio of the gross floor area of the building to the area of the site on which the building is or is proposed to be erected.
foreshore building area means the area of land between the foreshore building line and the foreshore or mean high water mark.
foreshore building line means a black broken line shown on the map.
generating works means a building or place used for the purpose of making or generating gas, electricity or other forms of energy.
gross floor area means the sum of the areas of each floor of a building where the area of each floor is taken to be the area within the outer face of the external enclosing walls as measured at a height of 1,400 millimetres above each floor level, excluding:
(a)  columns, fin walls, sun control devices, and any elements, projections or works outside the general line of the outer face of the external wall, and
(b)  lift towers, cooling towers, machinery and plant rooms and ancillary storage space and vertical air-conditioning ducts, and
(c)  car parking needed to meet any requirements of the Council and any internal access thereto, and
(d)  space for the loading and unloading of goods.
health care professional means a person who renders professional health services to members of the public and includes a legally qualified medical practitioner, a dentist within the meaning of the Dentists Act 1934, a chiropodist, a chiropractor, an osteopath, a physiotherapist, an optometrist, an acupuncturist, a naturopath, a psychologist, a herbalist, a homoeopath or the like.
height in relation to a building, means the greatest distance measured vertically from any point on the building to the existing ground level, or the level of the lowest habitable floor, immediately below that point, whichever is the lower, excluding chimneys.
helipad means an area or place not open to public use which is authorised by the Commonwealth Department of Transport and which is set apart for the taking off and landing of helicopters.
heliport means an area or place open to public use which is licensed by the Commonwealth Department of Transport for use by helicopters and includes terminal buildings and facilities for the parking, servicing and repair of helicopters.
heritage item means:
(a)  land shown coloured orange on the map, including buildings, works, places, fixtures and trees on that land, or
(b)  any building, work, place, fixture or tree listed in Schedule 3 (Heritage items),
and includes all parts of the fabric and structure of, and fixed components of, any such building, work or place.
heritage significance means historic, scientific, cultural, social, archaeological, architectural, natural or aesthetic value.
home industry means an industry carried on in a building (other than a dwelling-house, duplex, attached dwelling or a dwelling in an apartment building), where:
(a)  the building does not have a gross floor area exceeding 50 square metres and is erected within the curtilage of the dwelling-house or residential flat building occupied by the person carrying on the industry or on adjoining land owned by that person, and
(b)  the industry does not:
(i)  interfere with the amenity of the locality by reason of the emission of noise, vibration, smell, fumes, smoke, vapour, steam, soot, ash, dust, waste water, waste products, grit or oil, or otherwise, or
(ii)  involve exposure to view from any adjacent premises or from any public place of any unsightly matter, or
(iii)  require the provision of any essential service main of a greater capacity than that available in the locality.
home occupation means an occupation carried on in a dwelling by the permanent residents which would not have required the registration of the premises under sections 10–13 of the Factories, Shops and Industries Act 1962 as in force immediately before their repeal and does not involve:
(a)  the employment of persons other than those residents, or
(b)  interference with the amenity of the neighbourhood or surrounding residents, or
(c)  the display of goods, whether in a window or otherwise, or
(d)  the exhibition of any notice, advertisement or sign (other than a notice, advertisement or sign exhibited on that dwelling-house or dwelling to indicate the name and occupation of the resident), or
(e)  the sale of items (whether goods or materials), or the exposure or offer for sale of items, by retail, or
(f)  restricted premises.
hospital means a building or place used as:
(a)  a hospital, or
(b)  a sanatorium, or
(c)  a medical centre, or
(d)  a nursing home, or
(e)  a home for aged persons, infirm persons, incurable persons or convalescent persons,
whether public or private, and includes a shop or dispensary used in conjunction therewith, but does not include an institution.
hotel means premises that provide accommodation consisting of rooms, self-contained suites or serviced apartments for guests, as well as facilities such as a restaurant or bar.
housing for aged or disabled persons means any form of residential accommodation, used for the permanent residential accommodation of aged persons or disabled persons and which includes one or more of the following facilities provided for use in connection with that accommodation:
(a)  accommodation for staff employed in connection with that accommodation,
(b)  chapels,
(c)  medical consulting rooms,
(d)  meeting rooms,
(e)  recreation facilities,
(f)  shops,
(g)  therapy rooms,
(h)  any other facilities for the use or benefit of aged persons or disabled persons.
industry means:
(a)  any manufacturing process within the meaning of the Factories, Shops and Industries Act 1962, or
(b)  the breaking up or dismantling of any goods or any article for trade or sale or gain or as ancillary to any business.
institution means a penal or reformative establishment.
junk yard means land used for the collection, storage, abandonment or sale of scrap metals, waste paper, rags, bottles or other scrap materials or goods used for the collecting, dismantling, storage, salvaging or abandonment of automobiles or other vehicles or machinery or for the sale of parts thereof.
landscaped area of a site means the part of the site that is generally at existing ground level, that is not occupied at or above or below ground level by any building structure, swimming pool or hard-surfaced tennis court, or the like, that is or is proposed to be predominantly landscaped by way of plantings, gardens, lawns, shrubs or trees and that is available for use and enjoyment by the occupants of the building erected on the site, but does not include any area set aside for driveways and parking.
light industry means an industry not being an offensive or hazardous industry, in which the processes carried on, the transportation involved or the machinery or materials used do not interfere with the amenity of the neighbourhood by reason of noise, vibration, smell, fumes, smoke, vapour, steam, soot, ash, dust, waste water, waste products, grit or oil, or otherwise, and does not include industries commonly known as heavy industries.
liquid fuel depot means a depot or place used for the bulk storage for wholesale distribution of petrol, oil, petroleum or other inflammable liquid.
local development has its meaning in the Act.
main road means a main road within the meaning of the Roads Act 1993.
maintenance means the ongoing protective care of a heritage item or a building, work or place within a conservation area, in order to prevent damage or deterioration. It does not include the permanent removal of any element of a heritage item or a building, work or place within a conservation area, alterations or additions, or the introduction of new materials or technology.
major road frontage in relation to land, means the frontage of that land to:
(a)  a main road or arterial road, or
(b)  a road connecting with a main or arterial road, if the whole or any part of the frontage is within 90 metres (measured along the road alignment of the connecting road) of the alignment of the main or arterial road.
map means the map marked “North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001” comprised of sheets numbered 1, 2, 3, and 4 and deposited in the office of the Council, as amended by the maps (or the sheets of maps) marked as follows:
Editorial note—
The amending maps are not necessarily listed in the order of gazettal or publication on the NSW legislation website. Information about the order of gazettal or publication can be determined by referring to the Historical notes at the end of the plan.
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 1)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 2)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 3)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 4)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 6)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 7)—Sheet 2
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 8)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 9)—North Sydney Centre—Sheets 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 10)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 12)—Sheets 1–9
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 13)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 14)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 16)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 17)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 18)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 20)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 21)—Sheets 1–65, 67, 68, 70 and 72–75
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 22)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 25)—Sheets 1, 2 and 3
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 27)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 36)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 38)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 39)
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 Amendment No 42
North Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2001 (Amendment No 45)
marina means a pontoon, jetty, pier or other structure (whether water based or land based) designed to provide moorings or dry storage for boats used primarily for pleasure or recreation, or comprising (whether or not in addition to the foregoing) works such as slipway, hoists or facilities for the repair and maintenance of boats, and the provision of fuel, accessories and parts for boats, and of foodstuffs.
medical centre means a building or place used for the purpose of providing professional health services (such as preventative care, diagnosis, medical or surgical treatment, or counselling) to outpatients only, and includes professional consulting rooms.
mine means any place, open cut, shaft, tunnel, pit, drive, level or other excavation, drift, gutter, lead, vein, lode or reef on, in or by which any operation is carried on for or in connection with the purpose of obtaining any metal or mineral by any mode or method and any place on which any product of the mine is stacked, stored, crushed or otherwise treated, but does not include a quarry.
mineral sand mine means a mine for or in connection with the purpose of obtaining ilmenite, monazite, rutile, zircon or similar minerals.
motel means a building or buildings (other than a hotel, boarding house, residential flat building, serviced apartment or backpackers’ accommodation) substantially used for the over-night accommodation of travellers and the vehicles used by them, whether or not the building or buildings are also used in the provision of meals to those travellers or the general public.
neighbourhood means:
(a)  a locality within the local government area of North Sydney, except as provided by paragraph (b), or
(b)  if there is a character statement that identifies land including that locality as a neighbourhood, the land so identified.
neutral item means a building, work or place or component thereof located on land shown uncoloured and within a conservation area on the map.
offensive or hazardous industry means an industry which, by reason of processes involved or the method of manufacture or the nature of the materials used or produced, requires isolation from other buildings.
outdoor space includes landscaped area and any balcony accessible from the living area of a dwelling, or any roof top or above ground level outdoor space accessible to residents of a building, and which is available for their use.
place of assembly means a public hall, theatre, cinema, music hall, concert hall, dance hall, open air theatre, drive-in theatre, music bowl or any other building of like character used as such and whether used for the purposes of gain or not, but does not include a place of public worship, an institution or an educational establishment.
place of public worship means a building or place used for the purpose of religious worship by a congregation or religious group whether or not the building or place is also used for counselling, social events, instruction or religious training.
professional consulting rooms means premises used by not more than 3 health care professionals, who practice therein the profession of medicine, dentistry or health care, and if more than one, practice in partnership, and who employ not more than 3 employees in connection with that practice.
public building means a building used as offices or for administrative or other like purposes by the Crown, a statutory body, a Council or an organisation established for public purposes.
public place has the same meaning as in the Local Government Act 1993.
public utility undertaking means any of the following undertakings carried on or permitted or suffered to be carried on by or by authority of any Government Department or under the authority of or in pursuance of any Commonwealth or State Act:
(a)  railway, road transport, water transport, air transport, wharf or river undertakings,
(b)  undertakings for the supply of water, hydraulic power, electricity or gas or the provision of sewerage or drainage services,
and a reference to a person carrying on a public utility undertaking shall be construed as including a reference to a Council, county council, Government Department, corporation, firm or authority carrying on the undertaking.
real estate sign means an advertisement in respect of a place or premises to which it is affixed which contains only a notice that the place or premises is or are for sale or letting together with details relating to the sale or letting, and:
(a)  in the case of an advertisement relating to residential premises, or premises containing serviced apartments:
(i)  does not exceed 2.5m2 in area,
(ii)  returns do not exceed 200mm, and
(iii)  is not illuminated,
(b)  in the case of an advertisement relating to commercial or industrial premises:
(i)  does not exceed 4.5m2 in area,
(ii)  returns do not exceed 200mm, and
(iii)  is not illuminated.
A sign ceases to be a real estate sign for the purposes of this plan if it is not removed from the place or premises within 14 days after commencement of the letting or completion of the sale.
recreation area means:
(a)  a children’s playground, or
(b)  an open area used for sporting activities or sporting facilities, or
(c)  an area used by the Council to provide recreational facilities for the physical, cultural or intellectual welfare of the community, or
(d)  an open area used by a body of persons associated for the purposes of the physical, cultural or intellectual welfare of the community to provide recreational facilities for those purposes, or
(e)  an area or place used for the purpose of temporary private or community functions or entertainment,
but does not include a racecourse or a showground.
recreation establishment means a health farm, religious retreat house, youth camp and the like but does not include a building or place elsewhere specifically defined in this Schedule or a building or place used or intended for use for a land use elsewhere specifically defined in this Schedule.
recreation facility means a building or place used for indoor recreation, table tennis centre, squash court, swimming pool, gymnasium, health studio or any other building of a like character used for recreation and whether used for the purpose of gain or not, but does not include a place of assembly.
refreshment room means a restaurant, café, tea room, eating house or the like, but does not include a building or place elsewhere specifically defined in this Schedule.
relic means any deposit, object or material evidence (which may consist of human remains) of any age, relating to Aboriginal habitation of the area of North Sydney.
remediation means a work in, on or under contaminated land, that:
(a)  removes the cause of the contamination of the land, or
(b)  disperses, destroys, reduces, mitigates or contains the contamination of the land, or
(c)  eliminates or reduces any hazard arising from the contamination of the land (including by preventing the entry of persons or animals on that land.)
resident medical practice means a room or number of rooms forming part of a building used as a detached dwelling-house for one permanent resident, who is a health care professional, who practices there in the profession of medicine, dentistry or health care, as a sole practitioner and employs not more than one employee in connection with the practice.
restricted premises means a building or place, not including a newsagency, pharmacy or home occupation, where:
(a)  adult sexual acts or services are engaged in (with the exception of live performances) in return for payment or other reward, or
(b)  publications, films and other media classified as Category 2 restricted or X 18+ Restricted, under the Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Act 1995 of the Commonwealth are shown, exhibited, displayed, sold or otherwise rendered accessible or available to the public, or
(c)  a business to which section 578E of the Crimes Act 1900 applies is conducted.
retail plant nursery means a building or place used for both the growing and retail selling of plants, whether or not ancillary products are sold therein.
road means road, street, lane, highway, pathway or thoroughfare, including a bridge, culvert, causeway, road-ferry, ford, crossing and the like on the line of a road through or over a watercourse.
road transport terminal means a building or place used for the principal purpose of the bulk handling of goods for transport by road, including facilities for the loading and unloading of vehicles used to transport those goods and for the parking, servicing and repair of those vehicles.
sea wall means a structure placed partially or wholly along the land/water interface to protect the land from the sea or to stop accelerated erosion of the shoreline, but does not include a breakwater.
service station means a building or place used for the fuelling of motor vehicles involving the sale by retail of petrol, oil and other petroleum products, whether or not the building or place is also used for any one or more of the following purposes:
(a)  the sale by retail of spare parts and accessories for motor vehicles,
(b)  washing and greasing of motor vehicles,
(c)  installation of accessories,
(d)  repairing and servicing of motor vehicles involving the use of hand tools (other than repairing and servicing which involves top overhaul of motors, body building, panel beating, spray painting, or suspension, transmission or chassis restoration).
serviced apartment means a building containing two or more dwellings which are cleaned and serviced by the owner or manager of the building or the owner’s or manager’s agent, and which provides short-term accommodation for travellers or tourists but does not include a building or place elsewhere specifically defined in this Schedule.
shop means a building or place used for the purpose of selling, exposing or offering for sale by retail, goods, merchandise or materials, but does not include a building or place elsewhere specifically defined in this Schedule or a building or place used for a land use elsewhere specifically defined in this Schedule.
shop top housing means mixed use development comprising one or more dwellings located above (or otherwise attached to) ground floor retail premises or business premises.
showroom means a building or place primarily used for the display of goods, merchandise or materials.
site means the land to which an application for consent under the Act relates, excluding any land upon which the development to which the application relates is not permitted by or under this local environmental plan.
site area means the area of land to which an application for consent under the Act relates, including any land on which the development to which the application relates is permitted by or under this plan, but excludes the area of any access way, right of carriageway or the like, or land which was below the line of maximum tidal reach at 3 December 1982.
small lot means a lot of land having an area less than 230m2, excluding the area of any access corridor, right of carriageway or the like.
State heritage significance means a heritage item which has been identified as being of State heritage significance in Schedule 3 (Heritage items).
statement of heritage impact means a statement, prepared in accordance with the New South Wales Heritage Manual, which analyses the history, heritage significance and condition of a heritage item or of a building, work or place within a conservation area and assesses the impact of proposed development on that heritage item or building, work or place within a conservation area.
structural engineer’s report means a report prepared by a member of the Institute of Engineers Australia, with at least 5 years experience in structural engineering, which includes:
(a)  an assessment of the structural soundness of the heritage item, or building, work or place within a conservation area, and
(b)  a schedule of the work required to repair and restore a heritage item, or building, work or place within a conservation area, and an estimate of the cost of the repairs, and
(c)  an estimate of the cost of demolition and replacement, and
(d)  an assessment of the amount of building fabric which, through conservation, could be preserved.
subdivision has its meaning in the Act.
take-away food shop means a milk bar, sandwich shop or the like, but does not include:
(a)  a drive-in take-away food shop, or
(b)  a building or place elsewhere specifically defined in this Schedule.
tavern means any premises specified in a hotelier’s licence under the Liquor Act 1982 which does not provide overnight accommodation on a commercial basis.
telecommunications facility has the same meaning as facility in the Commonwealth Telecommunications Act 1997.
temporary sign is an advertisement of a temporary nature which:
(a)  announces any local event of a religious, educational, political, social or recreational character or relates to any temporary matter in connection with such event, and
(b)  does not include advertising of a commercial nature, except for the names of any sponsors of the event provided the sponsors names or logos remain subsidiary to the main announcement, and
(c)  is not displayed earlier than 28 days before the day on which the event is to take place.
A sign ceases to be a temporary sign if it is not removed within 14 days after the event.
tourist facilities means an establishment providing for holiday accommodation or recreation and may include a boat shed, boat landing facilities, camping ground, caravan park, holiday cabins, hotel, house boat, marina, motel, playground, refreshment room, water sport facilities or a club used in conjunction with any such activities.
transport terminal means a building or place used as an airline terminal, a road transport terminal, a bus station or a bus depot.
uncharacteristic element means a building, work or place or a fixed component thereof on land shown coloured red on the map, or included in Schedule 5.
utility installation means a building or work used by a public utility undertaking, but does not include a building designed wholly or principally as administrative or business premises or as a showroom.
visitor facilities includes pathways and walking tracks, public toilets, seating, picnic and barbecue facilities, and shelters for park users.
warehouse means a building or place used for the storage of goods, merchandise or materials pending their sale and distribution to persons engaged in the retail trade.
sch 2: Am 28.6.2002; 27.9.2002; 6.12.2002; 24.1.2003; 28.2.2003; 7.3.2003; 28.11.2003; 20.2.2004; 28.5.2004; 29.10.2004; 11.3.2005; 2005 (218), Sch 1 [1]; 2006 (382), Sch 1 [8] [9]; 2007 (68), Sch 1 [8]–[10]; 2007 (100), Sch 1 [5]; 2007 (101), Sch 1 [1]; 2007 (102), Sch 1 [6] [7]; 2007 (153), cl 4; 2007 (154), Sch 1 [2]; 2008 (105), Sch 1 [1]; 2010 (230), cl 4; 2010 (231), cl 4; 2010 (259), cl 4; 2011 (58), cl 4; 2011 (402), cl 4.
Schedule 3 Heritage items
(Schedule 2)
Notes—
(1)   
An asterisk symbol (*) indicates heritage items with interiors of heritage significance.
(2)   
The letter “S” indicates heritage items of State significance.
NSHS No
Address
Heritage significance
0039
3 Adderstone Avenue
 
0038
5 Adderstone Avenue
 
0047
9 Adderstone Avenue
 
0906
23 Albany Street, corner Oxley Street, Electricity Powerhouse
S
0962
103 Alexander Street
 
2720
439 Alfred Street North
 
0296
Alfred Street South, Alfred Street Entrance to Luna Park
S
1435
22 Alfred Street
 
1436
24 Alfred Street
 
1437
26A Alfred Street
 
1438
26 Alfred Street
 
1439
28 Alfred Street
 
0036
48–56 Alfred Street
S
0035
100 Alfred Street, Chinese Christian Church
 
0875
3 Amherst Street, Tarella
S
0417
3 Ancrum Street
 
0418
5 Ancrum Street
 
0419
7 Ancrum Street
 
0420
9 Ancrum Street
 
0421
23 Ancrum Street
 
0423
27–29 Ancrum Street
 
0424
31 Ancrum Street
 
0425
39 Ancrum Street
 
0426
41 Ancrum Street
 
0413
2 Ancrum Street
 
0412
8 Ancrum Street
 
0411
10 Ancrum Street
 
0415
38 Ancrum Street
 
0416
58 Ancrum Street
 
1187
Anderson Park
S
1018
11 Armstrong Street
 
0359
Arthur Street and Arthur Lane Corner, Electricity Substation No 219
 
0361
23 Arthur Street
 
1443
25 Arthur Street
 
0362
27 Arthur Street
 
1444
29 Arthur Street
 
0363
31 Arthur Street
 
1445
33 Arthur Street
 
0364
24 Arthur Street
 
0365
26 Arthur Street
 
1440
28 Arthur Street
 
0366
30 Arthur Street
 
1441
32 Arthur Street
 
1442
34 Arthur Street
 
0964
114 Atchison Street
 
1302
37 Aubin Street, Aubin Cottage
 
1301
39 Aubin Street
 
2710
10 Aubin Street
 
2711
12 Aubin Street
 
2712
14 Aubin Street
 
1300
36 Aubin Street
 
1225
44 Aubin Street, Clarence
 
1446
46 Aubin Street, Grafton
 
1228
2 Baden Road
 
2510
6 Baden Road
 
2509
8 Baden Road
 
0995
15 Balfour Street
 
0996
22 Balfour Street
 
0699
Balls Head Drive, former Coal Loader
S
0697
Balls Head Drive, former Quarantine Boat Depot
S
1133
Balls Head Drive, Balls Head Reserve
S
0769
Balls Head Reserve, Uncle Tom’s Cabin
 
0691
Balls Head Foreshore Relics Group, Balls Head Drive
 
0695
Balls Head Drive, Steps to former harbour pool
 
0694
Balls Head Drive, Ring Bolt
 
0693
Balls Head Drive, Ring bolt and iron screen
 
0692
Balls Head Drive, remains of windlass spindle
 
0823
Balls Head Drive, HMAS Waterhen Cliff-face
 
0690
Balls Head Road, Woodleys
 
 
3a Balls Head Road, BP site
 
0927
39 Balls Head Road
 
0571
27 Bank Street
 
0572
29 Bank Street
 
0573
51 Bank Street
 
1448
53 Bank Street
 
0574
59 Bank Street
 
0575
61 Bank Street
 
0532
18 Bank Street
 
0533
22 Bank Street
 
0534
26 Bank Street
 
0540
50 Bank Street
 
0544
60 Bank Street
 
0545
62 Bank Street
 
0546
64 Bank Street
 
0547
66 Bank Street
 
1452
68 Bank Street
 
0550
74 Bank Street
 
1453
76 Bank Street
 
0419
82 Bank Street
 
0563
100 Bank Street
 
1463
7 Bannerman Street
S
1464
9 Bannerman Street
 
1455
15 Bannerman Street, Arden Cottage
 
1456
17 Bannerman Street, Gunida
 
1457
19 Bannerman Street, Knoyle
 
1458
21 Bannerman Street, Kyuna
 
1458
21A Bannerman Street
 
1459
23 Bannerman Street, Kinnell
 
1460
25 Bannerman Street, Kapai
 
1461
27 Bannerman Street, Kantara
 
1462
29 Bannerman Street
 
1022
8 Bannerman Street, Dalkeith
S
1142
Bay Road, Palm Trees, opposite Railway Station
 
0822
Bay Road, Waverton Railway Station group, booking office, hut and tunnel
S
 
75 Bay Road
 
1953
122 Bay Road, Waverton
 
0557
Bayview Street stone retaining wall
 
0554
1 Bayview Street
 
0554
3 Bayview Street
 
0554
5 Bayview Street
 
0554
7 Bayview Street
 
0554
9 Bayview Street
 
0527
11 Bayview Street, Ildemere
S
0601
11A Bayview Street, Ildemere Boathouse
S
0554
23A Bayview Street
 
0554
1/23B Bayview Street
 
0554
2/23B Bayview Street
 
0530
25 Bayview Street
 
1466
27 Bayview Street
 
1467
29 Bayview Street
 
1468
31 Bayview Street
 
1469
33 Bayview Street
 
0902
135 Bellevue Street
 
0907
143 Bellevue Street, Electricity Substation
 
1306
41 Ben Boyd Road
 
1470
43 Ben Boyd Road
 
1307
43A Ben Boyd Road
 
1309
45 Ben Boyd Road
 
1308
47 Ben Boyd Road
 
1348
107 Ben Boyd Road
 
1339
179 Ben Boyd Road, Neutral Bay Public School
 
1303
6 Ben Boyd Road, Plaques commemorating Ben Boyd
 
1921
8 Ben Boyd Road
 
1924
12A Ben Boyd Road
 
1226
16 Ben Boyd Road, Bengallala (14 Ben Boyd Road)
 
1311
18 Ben Boyd Road
 
1471
20 Ben Boyd Road
 
1312
22 Ben Boyd Road
 
1472
24 Ben Boyd Road
 
1313
26 Ben Boyd Road
 
1473
28 Ben Boyd Road
 
1314
30 Ben Boyd Road
 
1474
32 Ben Boyd Road
 
1315
34 Ben Boyd Road
 
1475
36 Ben Boyd Road
 
1227
56 Ben Boyd Road, Mt. Edgecombe
 
2000
Ben Boyd Road (Customs Marine Centre)
 
1041
19 Bennett Street, Ingleneuk
 
2634
33 Bennett Street
 
1023
36 Bennett Street
 
1024
38 Bennett Street
 
1025
40 Bennett Street
 
1026
42 Bennett Street
 
1040
5 Bertha Road
 
1405
17 Bertha Road
 
1028
4 Bertha Road
 
1027
24 Bertha Road
 
0020
Bligh Street, Electricity Substation No 217
 
0763
36 Blue Street (refer to 103 Miller Street, Greenwood) (North Sydney Technical High School, former)
S
0678
Blues Point foreshore shelf
 
0677
Blues Point Waterfront Group, Blues Point Road and Henry Lawson Drive
S
0686
Blues Point, World War II Observation Post and stone stair
 
0681
Blues Point vehicular ferry dock, Blues Point Road, south end cul-de-sac
 
0684
Blues Point Road, bollard
 
0685
Blues Point Road, bollard with chain
 
0687
Blues Point Road, excavation
 
0688
Blues Point Road, steps with bollards
 
0683
Blues Point Road, stone retaining wall
 
0308
Blues Point Road (No 179), St Peter’s Presbyterian School Hall
 
0309
Blues Point Road (12 Miller Street), St Peter’s Presbyterian School House
 
0604
33 Blues Point Road
 
0605
37 Blues Point Road
 
0606
39 Blues Point Road
 
0607
43 Blues Point Road
 
0619
101 Blues Point Road (house excluding shop)
 
0634
143–147 Blues Point Road
 
0635
149–151 Blues Point Road
 
0636
163 Blues Point Road
 
0637
167 Blues Point Road
 
1484
169 Blues Point Road
 
0638
193 Blues Point Road
 
1485
195 Blues Point Road
 
1486
197 Blues Point Road
 
0639
201 Blues Point Road
 
1487
203 Blues Point Road
 
1488
205 Blues Point Road
 
1489
207 Blues Point Road
 
0599
14–28 Blues Point Road (Blues Point Tower)
S
2041
30–40 Blues Point Road
 
0643
54–56 Blues Point Road
 
0644
58 Blues Point Road
 
0645
74 Blues Point Road
 
0647
80 Blues Point Road
 
1500
112 Blues Point Road
 
1501
114 Blues Point Road
 
0649
120 Blues Point Road
 
0650
124 Blues Point Road
 
1502
124A Blues Point Road
 
0653
136 Blues Point Road
 
1508
138 Blues Point Road
 
0654
140 Blues Point Road
 
0656
142 Blues Point Road
 
1508
144 Blues Point Road
 
1510
148 Blues Point Road
 
1511
150 Blues Point Road
 
0661
152 Blues Point Road
 
1512
154 Blues Point Road
 
1513
156 Blues Point Road
 
0662
176 Blues Point Road (Clifton Flats)
 
0663
178–180 Blues Point Road
(La Potiniere Restaurant)
 
1330
182 Blues Point Road
 
0664
208–210 Blues Point Road
 
0310
218 Blues Point Road (St Peters Presbyterian Church and grounds)
 
0311
218 Blues Point Road (St Peters Presbyterian Church Manse)
 
1140
Bogota Avenue, Head of Shell Cove
 
1210
15 Bogota Avenue, Sydney Ancher House
S
1215
17 Bogota Avenue, Arden
 
1465
29 Bogota Avenue
 
1059
33 Boyle Street
 
0028
Bradfield Park
S
0217
Bradley Avenue, east end, Careening Cove slipways and seawall
 
0222
3 Bray Street
 
1520
5 Bray Street
 
0223
7 Bray Street
 
1521
9 Bray Street
 
0224
11 Bray Street
 
1522
11A Bray Street
 
0225
15 Bray Street
 
0226
17 Bray Street
 
0227
21 Bray Street
 
0228
23 Bray Street
 
0229
25 Bray Street
 
0230
2 Bray Street
 
0231
4 Bray Street
 
0232
6 Bray Street
 
0233
8 Bray Street
 
0234
10 Bray Street
 
0235
16 Bray Street
 
1523
18 Bray Street
 
1132
Brennan Park
 
1045
5 Bromley Avenue, Balangowan
 
1043
2 Bromley Avenue
 
1046
4 Bromley Avenue, Roslyn
 
1044
6 Bromley Avenue
 
0015
Broughton and McDougall Street Corner, Greenway Flats
S
*0016
7–9 Broughton Street, St John The Baptist Church
S
0021
11 Broughton Street, The Fantasia Preschool
 
1344
5 Burroway Street
 
1345
7 Burroway Street
 
0018
29 Burton Street—St Aloysius (14–24 Bligh Street)
S
1376
1 Byrnes Avenue
 
1524
3 Byrnes Avenue
 
1525
5 Byrnes Avenue
 
1375
7 Byrnes Avenue
 
1526
9 Byrnes Avenue
 
1374
2 Byrnes Avenue
 
1527
4 Byrnes Avenue
 
1528
6 Byrnes Avenue
 
1373
8 Byrnes Avenue
 
1529
10 Byrnes Avenue
 
1530
12 Byrnes Avenue
 
1389
14 Byrnes Avenue
 
1531
16 Byrnes Avenue
 
1146
Cammeray Park including golf course
 
0010
11–27 Carabella Street, Ormiston
 
0011
31 Carabella Street, Keston
 
0022
45 Carabella Street, Kirribilli Court Private Hotel
 
0002
69 Carabella Street, Fairhaven
S
0007
71 Carabella Street, Araluen House
S
0066
73–87 Carabella Street, Elemang
S
 
113 Carabella Street
 
2007
119 Carabella Street
 
0151
135 Carabella Street
 
0019
8 Carabella Street
 
0003
10 Carabella Street
 
0005
12A Carabella Street, Glenferrie Private Hotel
 
0023
28 Carabella Street
 
0004
40 Carabella Street
 
1532
42 Carabella Street
 
0006
44 Carabella Street
 
0014
48 Carabella Street, Burnleigh
S
0013
54 Carabella Street
S
0012
56 Carabella Street
S
1533
58 Carabella Street
S
0008
64 Carabella Street
 
0009
66 Carabella Street
 
0153
100 Carabella Street
 
1577
102 Carabella Street
 
1578
104 Carabella Street
 
1579
106 Carabella Street
 
1580
108 Carabella Street
 
2721
37 Carr Street
 
1952
47 Carr Street
 
2713
22 Carr Street
 
2714
24 Carr Street
 
0904
5–7 Carter Street, All Saints Church
 
1328
1–9 Chandos Street
 
0807
Church and West Streets corner, St Thomas’ Church Rectory
 
0808
Church and McLaren Streets corner, St Thomas’ Kindergarten Hall
 
*0809
34 Church St (corner West and Church Streets) St Thomas’ Church
S
0460
9 Chuter Street
 
1534
11 Chuter Street
 
0453
2 Chuter Street
 
1535
4 Chuter Street
 
1536
6 Chuter Street
 
1537
8 Chuter Street
 
1538
10 Chuter Street
 
1421
Clark Park
 
2049
14 Clark Road
 
2050
16 Clark Road
 
0302
28 Clark Road, Chamonix
 
1544
30 Clark Road
 
2048
32 Clark Road
 
0301
34 Clark Road
 
1545
36 Clark Road
 
1335
28–34 Clarke Street, The St Leonards Centre
 
1053
13 Claude Avenue
 
1047
6 Claude Avenue
 
1048
8 Claude Avenue
 
1049
10 Claude Avenue
 
1050
12 Claude Avenue
 
1051
14 Claude Avenue
 
0405
21 Clifton Street
 
0407
35 Clifton Street
 
0404
22 Clifton Street
 
1551
24 Clifton Street
 
0901
12 Colin Street, Heatherbrae and stables
 
0256
Commodore Crescent, east side, south side of railway, Down Waverton Home signal with calling on arm
 
0260
Commodore Crescent, Waverton rail underbridges
S
0700
3 Commodore Crescent, Monte Cristo
 
1054
7 Cranbrook Avenue, Belvedere
S
1055
11 Cranbrook Avenue, Egglemont
S
1056
24 Cranbrook Avenue
 
1057
32 Cranbrook Avenue
 
1058
34 Cranbrook Avenue
 
1060
Cremorne Point, Robertsons Point Lighthouse
S
1141
Cremorne Reserve, including Robertsons Point
 
1061
1 Cremorne Road, Lang Warren Flats
 
1062
9 Cremorne Road
 
3094
15 Cremorne Road
 
3093
17 Cremorne Road
 
1063
27 Cremorne Road
 
1064
45 Cremorne Road
 
1066
53 Cremorne Road, Glen Isla
 
1937
55 Cremorne Road
 
 
57 Cremorne Road
 
1067
83 Cremorne Road
 
1070
14 Cremorne Road
 
1071
18–20 Cremorne Road
 
1072
26 Cremorne Road
 
1074
56 Cremorne Road
 
1073
58 Cremorne Road
 
1092
60 Cremorne Road
 
1552
62 Cremorne Road
 
1581
5 Darley Street
 
1582
7 Darley Street
 
1583
9 Darley Street
 
1584
11 Darley Street
 
1585
13 Darley Street
 
1586
15 Darley Street
 
1587
17 Darley Street
 
1588
19 Darley Street
 
1589
31 Darley Street
 
1590
35 Darley Street
 
1591
37 Darley Street
 
1592
6 Darley Street
 
1593
10 Darley Street
 
1594
12 Darley Street
 
1595
14 Darley Street
 
1596
16 Darley Street
 
1597
18 Darley Street
 
1598
20 Darley Street
 
1599
22 Darley Street
 
1600
24 Darley Street
 
1601
26 Darley Street
 
1602
28 Darley Street
 
1603
30 Darley Street
 
1075
9 Davidson Parade, Dunbrody
 
0198
3 Doris Street
 
1553
5 Doris Street
 
0199
7 Doris Street
 
1554
9 Doris Street
 
0200
11 Doris Street
 
0201
11A Doris Street
 
0202
15 Doris Street
 
1950
17 Doris Street
 
0203
19 Doris Street
 
0204
23 Doris Street
 
0205
25 Doris Street
 
0206
27–29 Doris Street
 
0207
31 Doris Street
 
0208
33 Doris Street
 
0209
35 Doris Street
 
0210
4 Doris Street
 
0211
8 Doris Street
 
0212
10 Doris Street
 
0213
12 Doris Street, Dorking
 
0214
14 Doris Street
 
0215
18 Doris Street
 
0812
1 Doohat Avenue
 
0709
25 Dumbarton Street, Randall Cottage
 
0484
50 Dumbarton Street (53 Union Street)
 
0680
Between 1 and 3 East Crescent Street, ferry access steps
 
0622
3 East Crescent Street
 
0623
5 East Crescent Street
 
0624
7 East Crescent Street, ADEA Court Apartment Building
 
 
9 East Crescent Street, seawall
 
0625
11 East Crescent Street
 
0626
15 East Crescent Street
 
0627
19 East Crescent Street
 
 
21 East Crescent Street, seawall
 
0590
23–25 East Crescent Street
 
0591
29 East Crescent Street
 
 
33 East Crescent Street, seawall
 
1408
43 East Crescent Street, Lurline
 
0598
47 East Crescent Street
 
0597
49 East Crescent Street
 
0592
6 East Crescent Street
 
0593
12 East Crescent Street
 
0594
14 East Crescent Street
 
0595
24 East Crescent Street
 
0596
26 East Crescent Street
 
1407
9 Eaton Street, Henbury Villa
 
0811
11 Edward Street
 
1555
13 Edward Street
 
0805
45 Edward Street
 
0771
49 Edward Street
 
0772
51 Edward Street
 
0773
53 Edward Street
 
0774
55 Edward Street
 
0775
57 Edward Street
 
0776
59 Edward Street
 
0777
61 Edward Street
 
0778
63 Edward Street
 
0779
65 Edward Street
 
0780
67 Edward Street, Kenilworth
 
*0830
20 Edward Street, Graythwaite, including outbuildings and grounds
S
0831
22 Edward Street, Upton Grange
S
0829
28 Edward Street
 
0828
32 Edward Street
 
0810
40 Edward Street, Rockleigh Grange
 
0827
46 Edward Street, Whare Aroha
 
0826
48 Edward Street
 
0073
5 Elamang Avenue
 
2009
15 Elamang Avenue
 
2008
17 Elamang Avenue
 
0074
29 Elamang Avenue
S
0075
47 Elamang Avenue
 
 
8 Elamang Avenue
 
0092
10 Elamang Avenue, Vandaura
 
1100
1 Ellalong Road
 
1099
7 Ellalong Road
 
1567
317 Ernest Street
 
1568
319 Ernest Street
 
1569
321 Ernest Street
 
1570
323 Ernest Street
 
1571
325 Ernest Street
 
0432
3 Euroka Street
 
0433
5 Euroka Street
 
0434
7 Euroka Street
 
1572
9 Euroka Street
 
0435
11 Euroka Street
 
1573
13 Euroka Street
 
0440
61 Euroka Street
 
0443
26 Euroka Street
 
1606
28 Euroka Street
 
1607
30 Euroka Street
 
0444
34 Euroka Street
 
0445
36 Euroka Street
 
1608
38 Euroka Street
 
0446
40 Euroka Street, Ferryman
 
0447
42 Euroka Street
 
0448
44 Euroka Street
 
0449
50 Euroka Street
 
0764
Falcon Street, Sewer Vent, southwest of Warringah Freeway
S
1008
69 Falcon Street, former Church of Christ
 
0925
127 Falcon Street, North Sydney Boy’s High
 
0978
182 Falcon Street, Winstone
 
0979
184 Falcon Street
 
0980
186 Falcon Street
 
0981
188 Falcon Street
 
0893
210 Falcon Street
 
1610
212 Falcon Street
 
1611
214 Falcon Street
 
1612
216 Falcon Street
 
1101
12 Fifth Avenue
 
0017
14 Fitzroy Street, Illingullin
S
0001
16–18 Fitzroy Street, Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre
 
0117
20 Fitzroy Street
 
1613
22 Fitzroy Street
 
1614
24 Fitzroy Street
 
1615
26 Fitzroy Street
 
0118
28 Fitzroy Street
 
1616
30 Fitzroy Street
 
1617
32 Fitzroy Street
 
0119
34 Fitzroy Street
 
0120
36 Fitzroy Street
 
0121
38 Fitzroy Street, Morookra
 
0122
40 Fitzroy Street, Oakdene
 
0123
42 Fitzroy Street
 
0124
44 Fitzroy Street
 
1618
46 Fitzroy Street
 
0125
48 Fitzroy Street
 
1619
50 Fitzroy Street
 
1102
1 Florence Lane
 
1103
7 Florence Street
 
1197
Forsyth Park, two former oil tanks
 
0713
5 French Street
 
1620
7 French Street
 
1621
9 French Street
 
1622
11 French Street
 
1623
13 French Street
 
0711
2 French Street
 
0712
16 French Street
 
1104
22 Gerard Street
 
1105
24 Gerard Street
 
0949
13 Gillies Street
 
0950
20 Gillies Street, Astley Bank
 
0264
Glen Street, north of Dind Street, former Glen Street tram terminus
 
 
2–2A Glen Street
 
1188
Grafton Street, opposite Fall Street, remains of Willoughby Falls
 
1110
Green Street, Site of Cremorne smelter, east of
No 5 Green Street
S
1107
3 Green Street
S
1108
5 Green Street, The Laurels
S
1109
6 Green Street
S
1111
8 Green Street, Sydney Amateur Sailing Club
 
1113
7 Guthrie Avenue
 
1112
10 Guthrie Avenue, Bundabulla
 
1114
6 Hampden Avenue
 
1624
2 Hampden Street
 
1625
4 Hampden Street
 
1626
6 Hampden Street
 
1627
8 Hampden Street
 
1628
10 Hampden Street
 
1629
12 Hampden Street
 
1630
14 Hampden Street
 
1269
3–5 Harriette Street
 
1268
27 Harriette Street
 
1632
18 Harriette Street, Ben Nevis
 
1265
34 Harriette Street
 
1351
4 Harrison Street
 
1352
6 Harrison Street
 
1353
8 Harrison Street
 
1354
10 Harrison Street
 
1355
12 Harrison Street
 
1336
14 Harrison Street
 
1019
23 Hayberry Street
 
1010
14 Hayberry Street, former hall
 
0966
82 Hayberry Street
 
1020
104 Hayberry Street
 
1296
1–7 Hayes Street
 
1218
19–21 Hayes Street former Neutral Bay Post Office
 
1377
Hayes Street, Neutral Bay Wharf
 
1379
2 Hayes Street, The Hastings
S
1378
4 Hayes Street
 
1172
Hazelbank Road, Plane Trees, north of intersection with Gillies Street
 
0679
Henry Lawson Drive, former tram turning circle and McMahons Point ferry wharf
 
0682
1/1A Henry Lawson Drive, Former Holmes’ residence and slipway
 
0554
2A Henry Lawson Drive, seawall
 
1174
High Street, east end, Kesterton Park
 
0045
119 High Street, Rocklea
 
0046
123 High Street, Kenilworth
 
2025
141 High Street
 
2027
145 High Street
 
2028
151 High Street
 
*2032
165 High Street
 
0219
68 High Street
 
0218
100–108 High Street
 
2022
110 High Street
 
0042
114 High Street, Cliff Bank
 
0042
114A High Street
 
0041
116 High Street, Heatherlie
 
0037
118–138 High Street, gasworks remains, HMAS Platypus
S
0064
142 High Street
 
0044
144 High Street, Rockcliff Mansions
 
0049
11 Hipwood Street, Newton
 
0040
23 Hipwood Street, Newton
 
1634
2 Hipwood Street
 
1635
4 Hipwood Street
 
1636
6 Hipwood Street
 
1637
8 Hipwood Street
 
1638
10 Hipwood Street
 
1639
12 Hipwood Street
 
1115
Hodgson Avenue, site of Cremorne coal bore
 
1128
14 Hodgson Avenue
 
0133
11 Holbrook Avenue, Sunnyside
S
0128
17 Holbrook Avenue
 
0129
19 Holbrook Avenue, The Walder Apartments
 
0130
21 Holbrook Avenue, The Mayfair Apartments
 
0131
23 Holbrook Avenue, Renown
 
0132
25 Holbrook Avenue
 
0127
2 Holbrook Avenue, Mt Warwick Apartments
 
0063
6 Holbrook Avenue, Huntingdon Apartments
 
1116
125 Holt Avenue
 
0958
6 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest performing arts centre
 
0959
8 Holtermann Street, Uniting Church Hall
 
0960
10 Holtermann Street, Uniting Church Parsonage
 
1032
86 Holtermann Street
 
1266
1 Honda Road
 
1267
3 Honda Road
 
1117
20 Iredale Avenue
 
0989
19 Ivy Street, Kyneton Apartments
 
0079
Jeffreys Street, Copes Lookout, east side of wharf
 
0083
18 Jeffreys Street
 
1640
20 Jeffreys Street
 
1641
22 Jeffreys Street
 
1642
24 Jeffreys Street
 
0084
26 Jeffreys Street
 
1643
28 Jeffreys Street
 
1644
30 Jeffreys Street
 
1645
32 Jeffreys Street
 
0085
34 Jeffreys Street
 
1646
36 Jeffreys Street
 
1647
38 Jeffreys Street
 
1648
40 Jeffreys Street
 
1649
42 Jeffreys Street
 
0086
44 Jeffreys Street
 
1650
46 Jeffreys Street
 
1651
48 Jeffreys Street
 
1652
50 Jeffreys Street
 
1120
Kareela Road foreshore of Mosman Bay, Old Cremorne Wharf
 
1121
15 Kareela Road, Lilienfels
 
0607
43 Kareela Road
 
1127
63 Kareela Road, Coomera
 
2688
26 Kareela Road
 
1119
28 Kareela Road, Nenagh
 
 
68 Kareela Road
 
0037
1 Kiara Close—gasworks remains
S
0689
King Street, Former King Street wharf
 
0696
King/Ross Street, Oyster Cove Gasworks Buildings
S
0993
25 King Street
 
0994
27 King Street
 
0792
31 King Street, Rinaultrie
 
1390
33 King Street, St Elmo
 
0990
35 King Street
 
0991
37 King Street, Miroma
 
0253
King George Street/Lavender Crescent, Blues Point: Lavender Bay Railway Tunnel
S
0556
King George Street, Lavender Bay Low-Level Sewerage Pumping Station
 
0528
3 King George Street
 
1653
5 King George Street
 
1654
7 King George Street
 
1655
9 King George Street
 
0559
11 King George Street
 
0558
15 King George Street
 
1656
17 King George Street
 
0553
23A King George Street, Sail Australia Boatsheds
 
0134
Kirribilli Avenue, foreshore in front of Mary Booth Park and 55 and 59 Kirribilli Avenue, boatslips, sandstone walling, cliff face
 
0135
55 Kirribilli Avenue, Elsiemere
 
0136
59 Kirribilli Avenue, Studley Royal
 
0137
83 Kirribilli Avenue, Rydal
 
0093
107 Kirribilli Avenue, St Julian
 
0101
109 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli Point Fortifications
S
0103
109 Kirribilli Avenue, Admiralty House
S
0104
111 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli House
S
0102
40 Kirribilli Avenue
 
1657
42 Kirribilli Avenue
 
2716
88 Kirribilli Avenue
 
0105
106 Kirribilli Avenue, Cabana Apartments
 
0106
126 Kirribilli Avenue, Soma
 
1135
Site and remains of Port Jackson and Manly Steamship Company depot, Kurraba Road, Kurraba Point Reserve including Hodgson and Spains Lookouts
S
0315
1 Kurraba Road
 
1661
3 Kurraba Road
 
0316
5 Kurraba Road
 
1662
7 Kurraba Road
 
0317
9 Kurraba Road
 
1663
11 Kurraba Road
 
0318
13 Kurraba Road
 
1664
15 Kurraba Road
 
0319
17 Kurraba Road
 
1665
19 Kurraba Road
 
0320
23 Kurraba Road
 
0322
25 Kurraba Road
 
0324
31 Kurraba Road, Kurraba Cottage
 
0325
33 Kurraba Road
 
1234
47 Kurraba Road
 
1235
49 Kurraba Road
 
1236
51 Kurraba Road
 
1666
53 Kurraba Road
 
1237
55 Kurraba Road
 
1238
57 Kurraba Road
 
1667
59 Kurraba Road
 
1239
65 Kurraba Road, Wavertree
 
1240
67 Kurraba Road
 
1668
69 Kurraba Road
 
1324
71 Kurraba Road
 
1387
75 Kurraba Road
 
1386
77 Kurraba Road
 
1388
95 Kurraba Road
 
1382
115A Kurraba Road, Once Upon A Time
 
0326
2 Kurraba Road
 
1669
4 Kurraba Road
 
0321
6 Kurraba Road
 
1670
8 Kurraba Road
 
0327
10 Kurraba Road
 
1671
12 Kurraba Road
 
0328
16 Kurraba Road
 
0329
18 Kurraba Road
 
1672
20 Kurraba Road
 
0330
28 Kurraba Road
 
1673
30 Kurraba Road
 
0331
38 Kurraba Road
 
1304
68 Kurraba Road
 
1385
72 Kurraba Road, Lucellen
 
1320
102 Kurraba Road
 
1370
130 Kurraba Road
 
1369
132 Kurraba Road, Mona
 
1384
142 Kurraba Road
 
1383
144 Kurraba Road
 
1244
146 Kurraba Road, Hollowforth
S
1323
168 Kurraba Road, Casa Madrona
 
1229
172 Kurraba Road, Edzell House
 
1230
174B Kurraba Road
 
1231
176 Kurraba Road, Gingie
 
0986
24 Larkin Street
 
0928
40 Larkin Street, Oakhill
 
0987
44 Larkin Street, Cheltenham
 
0371
Lavender Bay, Neptune Engineering Site
 
0236
Lavender Bay Railway Line, between Luna Park and Waverton Railway Station, including the following:
 
0258
Footbridge between Union Street and Commodore Crescent
 
0261
Mile post between Woolcott Street and Union Street SW side of line
 
0257
John Street Railway Bridge, John Street
 
0239
Original Milson’s Point Station Line, NE of Luna Park
 
0245
Railway viaduct, Lavender Bay
S
0241
Railway Marshalling Yards, Lavender Bay
 
0254
Manual quadrant signal, north side 40m east of railway tunnel
 
0243
Steps leading from marshalling yard to tram terminus, north edge of Lavender Bay Marshalling yards
 
0259
Lavender Bay Up Landmark, Lavender Bay Line, north side
 
0237
Rubble seawall, railway marshalling yard, Lavender Bay
 
0255
Brick retaining wall, south of John Street
S
0249
Working platform, south of John Street
 
0247
Signal box, south of tunnel, Lavender Bay
 
0248
Lavender Bay starting signal, 40m east of Railway Tunnel, Lavender Bay
 
0554
Lavender Bay seawalls and boat slips
 
0552
Lavender Crescent, Lavender Crescent stone wall
 
0369
19–21 Lavender Street
 
0312
23 Lavender Street, Quibree
 
0402
41 Lavender Street
 
0374
43 Lavender Street
 
0375
45 Lavender Street
 
0389
10 Lavender Street
 
1674
12 Lavender Street
 
1675
14 Lavender Street
 
1676
16 Lavender Street
 
1677
18 Lavender Street
 
1678
20 Lavender Street
 
1679
22 Lavender Street
 
1680
24 Lavender Street
 
0385
26 Lavender Street, Gateposts and fence of former Folkestone House
 
0313
28 Lavender Street, Christ Church Rectory
 
1356
16 Lindsay Street—former St Josephs Catholic Church (now hall)
 
1357
16 Lindsay Street—St Josephs Catholic Church
 
1129
6 Lodge Road, Warringah Lodge
 
1337
11 Lord Street
 
0760
32 Lord Street
 
1686
34 Lord Street
 
1687
36 Lord Street
 
1688
38 Lord Street
 
0761
40 Lord Street
 
1689
42 Lord Street
 
1690
44 Lord Street
 
1691
46 Lord Street
 
0762
48 Lord Street
 
1692
50 Lord Street
 
1693
52 Lord Street
 
0891
1 Lytton Street
 
1694
3 Lytton Street
 
0976
11 Lytton Street
 
0931
8 Lytton Street
 
1695
10 Lytton Street
 
1696
22 Lytton Street
 
0932
26 Lytton Street
 
1697
28 Lytton Street
 
1698
30 Lytton Street
 
 
7 Manns Avenue
 
1294
9–11 Manns Avenue
 
1295
2 Manns Avenue, Elevera
 
0194
1 Margaret Street, Carlettie
 
1700
3 Margaret Street
 
0195
5 Margaret Street
 
1699
7 Margaret Street
 
1329
4–6 Margaret Street
 
0188
8 Margaret Street, Albert House
 
0189
10 Margaret Street, Inglewood Cottage
 
0190
12 Margaret Street
 
0191
18 Margaret Street
 
0192
20 Margaret Street
 
1710
22 Margaret Street
 
0193
24 Margaret Street
 
0108
17 McDougall Street
 
1702
19 McDougall Street
 
0109
21 McDougall Street
 
1703
23 McDougall Street
 
0110
25 McDougall Street
 
1704
27 McDougall Street
 
0111
31 McDougall Street
 
1705
33 McDougall Street
 
0112
35 McDougall Street
 
1706
37 McDougall Street
 
1707
39 McDougall Street
 
0113
74 McDougall Street, Low Level Sewerage Pumping Station No 33
 
1708
76 McDougall Street, Sydney Flying Squadron Ltd
 
1709
78 McDougall Street, Ensemble Theatre
 
*0305
19 Mackenzie Street
 
0370
19 Mackenzie Street, St Francis Xaviers School Hall
 
0304
20 Mackenzie Street St Francis Xaviers Presbytery
S
0781
32 McHatton Street
 
0857
3 McLaren Street, Torwood
 
0866
8 McLaren Street
 
0858
9 McLaren Street, Grahwey
 
0867
10 McLaren Street
 
0859
11 McLaren Street, Kelvin
 
0860
21–23 McLaren Street
 
0861
25 McLaren Street, Tara
 
0862
27 McLaren Street, Stormanston
 
0863
29 McLaren Street, Fairhaven
 
0864
31–33 McLaren Street
 
0868
12 McLaren Street
 
0855
34 McLaren Street, Memorial Hall of St Thomas
 
0869
34 McLaren Street
 
1326
41 McLaren Street, Simsmetal House
 
0670
48 Middle Street
 
0030
2–74 Middlemiss St (bays under expressway) refer to Sydney Harbour Bridge and approach viaducts
S
0714
1 Mil Mil Street
 
0716
5 Mil Mil Street
 
1205
219 Military Road, Former Cremorne Post Office/telephone exchange
 
1206
221 Military Road, Watersleigh Court Flats
 
1245
116 Military Road, former Neutral Bay Tram Depot and Water Tower
 
1338
194 Military Road
 
1713
196 Military Road
 
1346
228 Military Road, former CBC Bank
 
1334
274 Military Road, SCEGGS Redlands
 
1198
386 Military Road, Cremorne Orpheum Theatre
S
0922
Miller Street, The North Bridge
S
0763
103 Miller Street (refer to 36 Blue Street, Greenwood) (North Sydney Technical High School, former)
S
0854
105–153 Miller Street, MLC Centre
S
0834
187 Miller Street
 
0852
199 Miller Street, The Rag & Famish Hotel
 
1331
201 Miller Street
 
1423
232–232A Miller Street, Jago’s Cafe
 
0870
240 Miller Street, Trewyn Terraces
 
1714
242 Miller Street, Trewyn Terraces
 
0850
243 Miller Street, Four Seasons Gallery
 
1715
244 Miller Street, Trewyn Terraces
 
1716
246 Miller Street, Trewyn Terraces
 
0871
248 Miller Street, Trewyn Terraces
 
0849
255–257 Miller Street
 
1009
263 Miller Street
 
0843
269 Miller Street, The Independent Theatre
 
0307
10 Miller Street
 
0309
12 Miller Street, St Peters Presbyterian School House
 
0894
128 Miller Street, Monte Sant Angelo College Including:
 
0845
Masalou
 
*0846
Monte Sant Angelo Chapel
 
0847
Monte Sant Angelo Mercy Hall
 
0848
192 Miller Street, O’Regan
 
0865
196 Miller Street, Lincontro Restaurant
 
0851
200 Miller Street North Sydney Council Chambers Fountain in park adjacent to Council Chambers
 
1422
200 Miller Street, Wyllie Wing
 
1013
292–294 Miller Street, The North Sydney Hotel
 
1925
336 Miller Street, Wieewa
 
1926
338 Miller Street, Franklea
 
1006
9 Milner Crescent
 
0935
13 Milner Crescent
 
0933
17 Milner Crescent
 
0937
27 Milner Crescent
 
1007
29 Milner Crescent, Morville
 
1005
54 Milner Crescent, Wyagdon
 
0936
56 Milner Crescent
 
0942
3 Milray Avenue
 
1139
Milson Park
 
0026
Milson’s Point, seawall and wharf site
S
1166
Milson Road, Low Level Sewerage Pumping Station No 57
 
1148
Milson Road/Wharf Road, Former tram turning loop and ferry interchange
 
1149
Milson Road/Wharf Road, former Tram terminus shed
 
1181
1 Milson Road, Wallenundgal
 
1182
3 Milson Road, The Waldorf Apartments
 
1183
11 Milson Road, The Oriental Flats
 
1150
13 Milson Road, Warrigal Flats
 
1152
33 Milson Road
 
1152
37 Milson Road
 
1155
59 Milson Road, Blackwood
 
1156
61 Milson Road, Mobarik
 
1157
63 Milson Road, Eventide
 
1159
67 Milson Road, Coolooba
 
1160
73 Milson Road, Riviera Flats
 
1161
101 Milson Road
 
1158
119 Milson Road
 
1162
14 Milson Road
 
1163
16 Milson Road
 
1164
18 Milson Road, Woolooware
 
1184
32 Milson Road
 
1189
82 Milson Road
 
1190
84 Milson Road
 
1191
86 Milson Road, Mayfair Court
 
1192
88 Milson Road
 
1193
90 Milson Road
 
1194
96 Milson Road
 
1195
136 Milson Road
 
1196
138 Milson Road
 
 
146 Milson Road
 
 
Milsons Point Railway Station group, North Shore Railway
S
0718
1 Mitchell Street, Farinbourne
 
0720
7 Mitchell Street
 
0721
11 Mitchell Street
 
0722
13 Mitchell Street
 
0723
2 Mitchell Street, Waterview
 
0724
10 Mitchell Street, Tamas
 
0725
12 Mitchell Street
 
0726
48–50 Mitchell Street
 
1349
Montpelier Street, horse trough
 
1168
8 Montague Road
 
1546
18 Morton Street
 
1547
20 Morton Street
 
1548
22 Morton Street
 
1549
24 Morton Street
 
1550
26 Morton Street
 
0838
Mount Street Plaza, Old GPO Column
 
0765
7–11 Mount Street, St Josephs Convent School and Chapel
 
0806
16 Mount Street, North Sydney Telephone Exchange—two storey building corner Mount & William Sts
 
0839
51 Mount Street, Former Bank of NSW
 
0836
67 Mount Street
 
0835
67–69 Mount Street (No 67A) façade of S. Thompson Building
 
1556
2A Mount Street (aka 9 Edward Street)
 
0250
Munro and John Streets, Sandstone cliff behind boat yard east side of Berry’s Bay
 
0702
Munro Street and John Street, Stannard Bros Shipyard and Associated industrial buildings
 
0706
10 Munro Street
 
 
16–18 Munro Street
 
1167
7 Murdoch Street
 
1021
57 Murdoch Street (2 Allister Street) former Cremorne Hall
 
1143
57 Murdoch Street, Cremorne Girls High School
 
1171
59 Murdoch Street
 
1170
61 Murdoch Street
 
1169
58 Murdoch Street
 
1224
82 Murdoch Street, Willsdene Hall
 
0798
1 Napier Street
 
1717
3 Napier Street
 
1718
5 Napier Street
 
1719
7 Napier Street
 
*0796
6 Napier Street, Don Bank
S
0340
3 Neutral Street
 
1720
5 Neutral Street
 
0341
7 Neutral Street
 
1721
9 Neutral Street
 
0342
11 Neutral Street
 
0343
13 Neutral Street
 
0344
15 Neutral Street
 
0345
17 Neutral Street
 
0346
19 Neutral Street
 
1722
21 Neutral Street
 
1723
23 Neutral Street
 
0347
31 Neutral Street
 
1724
33 Neutral Street
 
1725
35 Neutral Street
 
1726
37 Neutral Street
 
0349
39 Neutral Street
 
0350
41 Neutral Street
 
1727
41A Neutral Street
 
0351
43 Neutral Street
 
0352
45 Neutral Street
 
0353
47 Neutral Street
 
0354
49 Neutral Street
 
1728
51 Neutral Street
 
0355
53 Neutral Street
 
1729
55 Neutral Street
 
0356
57 Neutral Street
 
0357
59 Neutral Street
 
0358
65 Neutral Street
 
1730
67 Neutral Street
 
1731
69 Neutral Street
 
1732
71 Neutral Street
 
0333
4 Neutral Street
 
1733
6 Neutral Street
 
0334
8 Neutral Street, Wirringulla
 
0335
10 Neutral Street
 
0336
14 Neutral Street
 
0337
16 Neutral Street
 
0338
18 Neutral Street
 
1734
20 Neutral Street
 
0339
24 Neutral Street
 
1735
26 Neutral Street
 
0974
2 Nicholson Street
 
1325
North Sydney bus shelters
 
0033
15 Northcliff Street
 
1736
17 Northcliff Street
 
0034
19 Northcliff Street
 
1737
21 Northcliff Street
 
0800
1 Oak Street
 
1738
3 Oak Street
 
1739
5 Oak Street
 
1740
7 Oak Street
 
1741
9 Oak Street
 
1742
11 Oak Street
 
1743
13 Oak Street
 
0801
2 Oak Street, “Two Oak”
 
0802
4 Oak Street
 
0803
6 Oak Street
 
1744
8 Oak Street
 
0804
10 Oak Street
 
1745
12 Oak Street
 
0269
Olympic Drive, Luna Park
S
0027
1 Olympic Place, North Sydney Olympic Pool
S
0158
1 Ormiston Avenue
 
0159
3 Ormiston Avenue
 
0160
4 Ormiston Avenue
 
0899
Pacific Highway, (between David and Myrtle Streets) North Sydney Girls High School
 
0766
265 Pacific Highway, The Cloisters Antiques
 
1938
271 Pacific Highway, Union Hotel
 
0897
317 Pacific Highway, Former Masonic Temple
 
0956
429 Pacific Highway, Willoughby House, former OJ Williams store
 
0900
583 Pacific Highway, Former Marco Building
 
*0837
92–96 Pacific Highway, North Sydney Post Office—Court House—former Police Station
S
0767
168 Pacific Highway
 
1746
170 Pacific Highway
 
0782
172 Pacific Highway, Woodstock
 
0783
182 Pacific Highway, Gates and fence of former Crows Nest House
 
0898
192 Pacific Highway, Bradfield TAFE College
 
0930
286 Pacific Highway, Former North Shore Gas Co Office
 
0896
306 Pacific Highway, Westpac Bank
 
1003
308 Pacific Highway, former National Australia Bank
 
0998
312 Pacific Highway
 
1747
314 Pacific Highway
 
1748
316 Pacific Highway
 
1749
318 Pacific Highway
 
1750
320 Pacific Highway
 
1751
322–324 Pacific Highway
 
0999
326 Pacific Highway
 
1000
330 Pacific Highway
 
1752
332 Pacific Highway
 
1753
334 Pacific Highway
 
1754
336 Pacific Highway
 
1001
338 Pacific Highway
 
1002
366 Pacific Highway, Higgins Buildings
 
1755
368 Pacific Highway
 
1756
370 Pacific Highway
 
1757
372 Pacific Highway
 
1758
374 Pacific Highway
 
1759
376 Pacific Highway
 
0905
68 Palmer Street, corner Bellevue Street, Cammeray Public School
 
0672
4 Parker Street
 
0077
8 Parkes Street
 
0095
12 Parkes Street
 
1760
9 Peel Street
 
1761
11 Peel Street
 
1762
13 Peel Street
 
1763
15 Peel Street
 
1764
17 Peel Street
 
1765
19 Peel Street
 
1766
21 Peel Street
 
1767
23 Peel Street
 
1768
25 Peel Street
 
0089
27 Peel Street
 
0090
29 Peel Street
 
0091
31 Peel Street
 
0099
33 Peel Street, Carabella
 
0138
20 Peel Street
 
1418
24 Peel Street
 
1216
12 Phillips Street, Derry
 
1769
14 Phillips Street, Douglas
 
0082
41 Pitt Street
 
1770
43 Pitt Street
 
1771
45 Pitt Street
 
0081
38 Pitt Street, Bratton
 
0139
1 Plunkett Street
 
1138
Primrose Park
 
1200
2 Prior Avenue
 
1201
3 Prior Avenue
 
1202
4 Prior Avenue
 
1203
5 Prior Avenue
 
2094
7A Prior Avenue
 
1204
6 Prior Avenue
 
0768
5 Priory Road, The Priory
S
2045
2 Queens Avenue
 
2046
4 Queens Avenue
 
2044
8 Queens Avenue
 
2043
10 Queens Avenue
 
1144
19 Rangers Road, Neutral Bay House
 
1633
14 Raymond Road (20 Harriette Street), Beaumoris
 
0877
11 Ridge Street
 
0876
63 Ridge Street
 
0883
71 Ridge Street
 
1793
73 Ridge Street
 
0884
75 Ridge Street
 
0885
81 Ridge Street
 
0880
85 Ridge Street
 
1794
87 Ridge Street
 
0881
89 Ridge Street
 
0879
91 Ridge Street, St Helens
 
0878
95 Ridge Street, St Malo
 
0970
2 Ridge Street, Playfair House
 
1795
4 Ridge Street
 
1796
6 Ridge Street
 
1797
8 Ridge Street
 
1798
10 Ridge Street
 
1799
12 Ridge Street
 
1800
14 Ridge Street
 
0971
45 Ridge Street
 
1790
47 Ridge Street
 
1012
48 Ridge Street, St Mary’s Presbytery
 
0841
48 Ridge Street, (Miller St) St Mary’s Church
 
0840
48 Ridge Street, St Marys Primary School
 
1791
49 Ridge Street
 
1792
51 Ridge Street
 
0391
8 Riley Street
 
2715
2 Rose Avenue
 
 
4 Rose Avenue (sandstone rock wall and cliff face)
 
0983
17 Ross Street
 
0984
21 Ross Street
 
0704
Sawmiller’s Reserve
 
0911
St Leonards Park
 
1279
11 Shellcove Road, “Englemere”
 
1213
13 Shellcove Road
 
1247
27 Shellcove Road
 
1248
29 Shellcove Road, Keynsham
 
1249
31 Shellcove Road, Brent Knowle
S
1250
33 Shellcove Road, Ailsa
 
1251
37 Shellcove Road, St Anne’s
 
1252
39 Shellcove Road, Gundamaine
 
1253
49 Shellcove Road, The Cobbles
S
1299
55 Shellcove Road, Honda
 
1298
61 Shellcove Road
 
1291
73 Shellcove Road
 
1222
75–77 Shellcove Road, St Augustine’s Church of England
 
1321
4 Shellcove Road, Casa Loma
 
1254
36 Shellcove Road, Roun
 
1297
42 Shellcove Road
 
1293
52 Shellcove Road
 
1292
54 Shellcove Road
 
1271
56 Shellcove Road
 
1278
60A Shellcove Road, San Michele
 
1281
64 Shellcove Road
 
1220
66 Shellcove Road, Bovington
 
1282
70 Shellcove Road, Cossington
 
1283
72 Shellcove Road, Trequean
 
1287
80 Shellcove Road
 
1288
84 Shellcove Road
 
1137
Shirley Road, Berry Island Reserve
S
0944
25 Shirley Road, Carpenter House
 
0895
99 Shirley Road, Crows Nest Fire Station
 
0816
8 Shirley Road
 
0811
26 Shirley Road
 
0945
36 Shirley Road
 
0946
40 Shirley Road
 
0947
42 Shirley Road
 
0948
46 Shirley Road
 
0943
62 Shirley Road
 
0955
96 Shirley Road, Illaroo
 
0888
122 Shirley Road, Corner Nicholson Street, Uniting Church
 
0910
7 Sinclair Street Former Mater Misericordiae Maternity Hospital
S
1270
Spains Wharf Road, Site of Spains Wharf
 
1145
10 Spofforth Street, Mount Pleasant
 
1173
14 Spofforth Street
 
1276
15 Spruson Street
 
1274
17 Spruson Street
 
1803
19 Spruson Street
 
1273
21 Spruson Street
 
1804
23 Spruson Street
 
1272
31 Spruson Street
 
1207
16 Spruson Street, The Gables
 
*0894
St Thomas Rest Park including Sexton’s Cottage and cemetery fence
 
0030
Sydney Harbour Bridge and approach viaducts
S
0030
2–4 Ennis Road bays
 
0030
2–74 Middlemiss Street bays
 
0076
Sydney Harbour Bridge, north pylons
S
0954
1 Telopea Street, former Stationmaster’s cottage
 
0953
3 Telopea Street, The Briars
 
0952
11 Telopea Street, Tullamore
 
0951
2 Telopea Street
 
0941
4A Telopea Street
 
1039
5 The Boulevarde
 
0908
49 The Boulevarde
 
0502
4 Thomas Street
 
1807
6 Thomas Street
 
0505
16 Thomas Street
 
0507
22 Thomas Street
 
0508
26 Thomas Street
 
0509
28 Thomas Street
 
1406
18 Thrupp Street
 
1322
22 Thrupp Street, Nazareth
 
 
26 Toongararah Road
 
0903
Tunks Park, sewerage viaduct
 
0929
2 Tunks Street
 
0988
16 Tunks Street, Luton
 
1431
23 Undercliff Street
 
1936
25 Undercliff Street
 
1432
27 Undercliff Street
 
1433
29 Undercliff Street
 
1434
29A Undercliff Street
 
1342
4 Undercliff Street
 
 
6 Undercliff Street
 
1424
8 Undercliff Street
 
1425
10 Undercliff Street
 
1426
12 Undercliff Street
 
1427
14 Undercliff Street
 
1428
16 Undercliff Street
 
1429
18 Undercliff Street
 
1430
20 Undercliff Street
 
1217
22 Undercliff Street, Hermon
 
0481
35 Union Street
 
0490
77 Union Street
 
1816
79 Union Street
 
0491
81 Union Street
 
0493
93 Union Street
 
0463
2 Union Street
 
0469
20A Union Street
 
0470
20 Union Street
 
1828
22 Union Street
 
1829
24 Union Street
 
0471
26 Union Street
 
0472
28 Union Street
 
1830
30 Union Street
 
0473
32 Union Street
 
0474
34 Union Street
 
1831
36 Union Street
 
0475
38 Union Street
 
1832
40 Union Street
 
0476
42 Union Street
 
0832
44 Union Street, Kailoa
S
0784
70–76 Union Street
 
2716
49 Upper Pitt Street
 
2038
59 Upper Pitt Street
 
 
61 Upper Pitt Street
 
0142
67 Upper Pitt Street, Greenmount
S
0143
69 Upper Pitt Street, The Grange
 
0141
46 Upper Pitt Street, Wyalla
 
0975
2 Vale Street
 
0252
Victoria Street, adjacent to bridge, Signal footing
 
2063
7 Victoria Street
 
0749
11 Victoria Street
 
0750
13 Victoria Street
 
0751
37 Victoria Street
 
0752
43 Victoria Street
 
1839
45 Victoria Street
 
0753
51 Victoria Street, Kilmorey Terrace
 
1840
53 Victoria Street
 
1841
55 Victoria Street
 
0742
8 Victoria Street
 
1842
10 Victoria Street
 
1843
12 Victoria Street
 
1844
14 Victoria Street
 
1845
16 Victoria Street
 
0743
26 Victoria Street
 
0745
36 Victoria Street
 
0746
38 Victoria Street
 
0747
40 Victoria Street
 
0748
62 Victoria Street
 
1846
64 Victoria Street
 
1847
66 Victoria Street
 
1848
68 Victoria Street
 
0588
1 Waiwera Street
 
0589
3 Waiwera Street
 
1849
5 Waiwera Street
 
0560
15 Waiwera Street
 
0555
23 Waiwera Street, Bellarion Court
 
0583
4 Waiwera Street
 
0584
6 Waiwera Street
 
1850
8 Waiwera Street
 
1851
10 Waiwera Street
 
1852
12 Waiwera Street
 
1853
14 Waiwera Street
 
0585
16 Waiwera Street
 
0586
18 Waiwera Street
 
1854
20 Waiwera Street
 
1855
22 Waiwera Street
 
0587
24 Waiwera Street
 
1856
26 Waiwera Street
 
1857
28 Waiwera Street
 
 
Walker Street, Lavender Bay Ferry Wharf
 
0921
Walker Street, stone wall near Hampden Street
 
0373
1 Walker Street
 
0373
3 Walker Street
 
0303
9 Walker Street, Mercedes
S
0377
11 Walker Street, Brenda
 
1858
11A Walker Street, Glenlewis
 
0378
15 Walker Street, Merryula
 
1859
17 Walker Street, Kiengal
 
0380
19 Walker Street
 
0379
21 Walker Street
 
0381
23 Walker Street
 
0382
25–27 Walker Street, Royal Art Society of NSW
 
1860
29 Walker Street
 
1861
31 Walker Street
 
1862
33 Walker Street
 
1863
35 Walker Street
 
1864
37 Walker Street
 
0874
189 Walker Street
 
1038
207 Walker Street
 
1037
209 Walker Street
 
0244
2 Walker Street, Berowra
 
*0306
10 Walker Street, Christchurch Anglican Church Lavender Bay
S
0383
20 Walker Street
 
0384
22 Walker Street
 
1865
24 Walker Street
 
1866
26 Walker Street
 
1867
28 Walker Street
 
1868
30 Walker Street
 
0872
86 Walker Street, former fire station
 
1932
144 Walker Street
 
1933
146 Walker Street
 
1934
148 Walker Street
 
1935
150 Walker Street
 
1930
179 Walker Street
 
2717
185 Walker Street
 
0923
186 Walker Street, Wenona—part of Wenona Girls School (179 Walker Street)
 
1035
186 Walker Street (184 Walker Street), Ralston House—part of Wenona Girls School
 
0886
186 Walker Street (79 Ridge Street)
 
0887
186 Walker Street (83 Ridge Street)
 
1036
186 Walker Street, Karakatta—part of Wenona Girls School
 
*1243
5 Wallaringa Avenue, Nutcote
S
1381
7 Wallaringa Avenue
 
1380
9 Wallaringa Avenue
 
0065
29 Waruda Street, The Regent Apartments
 
0145
8 Waruda Street, Redlynn
 
0071
10 Waruda Street
 
1869
12 Waruda Street
 
0674
3 Warung Street
 
0675
5 Warung Street
 
0676
7 Warung Street
 
1870
9 Warung Street
 
1175
29 Waters Road, St Peters Anglican Church (corner Gerard and Winnie Streets)
 
1208
7 Watson Street
 
1871
9 Watson Street
 
1136
Watt Park
 
0754
1 Webb Street
 
1872
3 Webb Street
 
0755
5 Webb Street
 
0756
7 Webb Street
 
0757
9 Webb Street
 
0758
8 Webb Street
 
1029
33 West Street
 
1873
35 West Street
 
1030
41 West Street
 
1874
43 West Street
 
1875
45 West Street
 
1034
67 West Street
 
1404
87 West Street
 
1565
89 West Street
 
1566
89A West Street
 
1015
169 West Street
 
1016
179 West Street
 
0969
205 West Street
 
1017
36 West Street, Courtney Creche
 
1031
44 West Street, Vera Loblay House
 
0965
58A West Street
 
1876
58 West Street
 
1014
192 West Street
 
0972
220 West Street
 
0967
236 West Street
 
0889
280 West Street
 
 
7 West Crescent Street
 
0708
12 West Crescent Street
 
0162
1 Whaling Road
 
1877
3 Whaling Road
 
0163
5 Whaling Road
 
1878
7 Whaling Road
 
0164
9 Whaling Road
 
1879
11 Whaling Road
 
0165
15 Whaling Road
 
0166
17 Whaling Road
 
1880
19 Whaling Road
 
0167
21 Whaling Road
 
1881
23 Whaling Road
 
016
825 Whaling Road
 
1882
27 Whaling Road
 
0169
29 Whaling Road
 
1883
31 Whaling Road
 
0170
33 Whaling Road
 
1884
35 Whaling Road
 
0171
37 Whaling Road
 
1885
39 Whaling Road
 
0172
41 Whaling Road
 
0173
43 Whaling Road
 
0174
45 Whaling Road
 
1886
47 Whaling Road
 
0175
49 Whaling Road
 
1887
51 Whaling Road
 
1888
53 Whaling Road
 
1889
55 Whaling Road
 
1890
57 Whaling Road
 
0176
2 Whaling Road
 
0177
12 Whaling Road
 
1891
14 Whaling Road
 
0178
20 Whaling Road
 
0179
22 Whaling Road
 
1892
24 Whaling Road
 
0180
26 Whaling Road
 
0181
28 Whaling Road
 
0182
30 Whaling Road
 
1893
32 Whaling Road
 
0183
34 Whaling Road
 
1894
36 Whaling Road
 
0184
38 Whaling Road
 
1895
40 Whaling Road
 
0185
42 Whaling Road
 
1896
44 Whaling Road
 
0186
46 Whaling Road
 
1897
48 Whaling Road
 
1149
Wharf Road, former Tram terminus shed
 
0784
William Street, Shore Sydney Church of England Grammar School
 
0551
6 William Street, Waiweer
 
1898
8 William Street
 
1004
1–3 Willoughby Road, Crows Nest Hotel
 
0961
63 Willoughby Road, Northside Baptist Church
 
0147
29 Willoughby Street
 
1899
31 Willoughby Street
 
0149
45 Willoughby Street
 
0154
58 Willoughby Street
 
0155
60 Willoughby Street
 
0115
62 Willoughby Street, Patons Slipways
 
2462
28 Wilson Street
 
0056
6 Winslow Street, Fern Lodge
 
0061
22 Winslow Street
 
2718
2 Winter Avenue
 
1134
Wollstonecraft foreshore reserves—east and west of peninsula
 
0926
11 Woolcott Avenue, Robs Cottage
 
0789
2 Woolcott Street
 
1178
3 Wulworra Avenue, The Gloucester Flats
 
1177
5 Wulworra Avenue, The Windsor Flats
 
1180
8 Wulworra Avenue, 2 Storey Residence
 
1179
8 Wulworra Avenue, The Montana Flats
 
2719
17 Wyagdon Street (sandstone rock wall and cliff face)
 
1242
19 Wycombe Road, Wallaringa Mansions
 
1365
21 Wycombe Road
 
1363
23 Wycombe Road, St Julians
 
1371
23A Wycombe Road
 
1361
31 Wycombe Road, Tenalba
 
1360
49 Wycombe Road, Tendring
 
0924
59 Wycombe Road
 
1358
75 Wycombe Road
 
1223
89 Wycombe Road, St Augustine’s Rectory and Curate’s Lodge
 
1368
89 Wycombe Road, Isla
 
1221
95 Wycombe Road, Arlington
 
1256
143 Wycombe Road
 
1257
145 Wycombe Road
 
1258
149 Wycombe Road
 
1259
151 Wycombe Road
 
1260
153 Wycombe Road
 
1367
2–4 Wycombe Road
 
1364
18 Wycombe Road
 
1366
28 Wycombe Road, Wycombe Private Hotel
 
1341
40 Wycombe Road, Rilstone
 
1359
56 Wycombe Road
 
1219
68 Wycombe Road, Dartmouth
 
2667
82 Wycombe Road
 
1340
104 Wycombe Road, Yarran
 
1261
120 Wycombe Road
 
1262
122 Wycombe Road
 
1263
124 Wycombe Road
 
1264
126 Wycombe Road
 
1919
128 Wycombe Road
 
1211
130 Wycombe Road
 
1920
132 Wycombe Road
 
1212
134 Wycombe Road
 
1214
144 Wycombe Road
 
1277
28 Yeo Street, Neutral Bay Fire Station
 
*1209
49 Yeo Street, St John’s Uniting Church, formerly Presbyterian Church and Pipe Organ
S
1095
Young Street, Folly Point Sewage Works (within Primrose Park)
S
sch 3: Am 24.1.2003; 28.2.2003; 29.10.2004; 2006 (382), Sch 1 [10]–[22]; 2007 (68), Sch 1 [11]–[13].
Schedule 4 Contributory items
(Schedule 2)
Contributory item—address
90 Albany Street, Crows Nest
92 Albany Street, Crows Nest
94 Albany Street, Crows Nest
96 Albany Street, Crows Nest
120 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
122 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
126 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
130 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
132 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
134 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
136 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
141 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
143 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
145 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
159 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
161 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
163 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
165 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
167 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
59 Amherst Street, Cammeray
61 Amherst Street, Cammeray
63 Amherst Street, Cammeray
65 Amherst Street, Cammeray
67 Amherst Street, Cammeray
72 Amherst Street, Cammeray
73 Amherst Street, Cammeray
74 Amherst Street, Cammeray
75 Amherst Street, Cammeray
76 Amherst Street, Cammeray
77 Amherst Street, Cammeray
78 Amherst Street, Cammeray
79 Amherst Street, Cammeray
80 Amherst Street, Cammeray
81 Amherst Street, Cammeray
83 Amherst Street, Cammeray
84 Amherst Street, Cammeray
86 Amherst Street, Cammeray
98 Amherst Street, Cammeray
100 Amherst Street, Cammeray
102 Amherst Street, Cammeray
25 Ancrum Street, Waverton
34 Ancrum Street, Waverton
36 Ancrum Street, Waverton
37 Ancrum Street, Waverton
59 Ancrum Street, Waverton
63 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
65 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
67 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
73 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
75 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
77 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
79 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
87 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
89 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
91 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
92 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
93 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
94 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
95 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
96 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
97 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
100 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
102 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
103 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
104 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
105 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
107 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
109 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
111 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
113 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
115 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
117 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
118 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
122 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
124 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
126 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
127 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
128 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
130 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
132 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
138 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
140 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
142 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
148 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
150 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
152 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
154 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
156 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
158 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
160 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
162 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
1 Bank Lane, North Sydney
1 Bank Street, North Sydney
5 Bank Street, North Sydney
9 Bank Street, North Sydney
11 Bank Street, North Sydney
13 Bank Street, North Sydney
15 Bank Street, North Sydney
38 Bank Street, North Sydney
42 Bank Street, North Sydney
46 Bank Street, North Sydney
48 Bank Street, North Sydney
52 Bank Street, North Sydney
54 Bank Street, North Sydney
56 Bank Street, North Sydney
58 Bank Street, North Sydney
67 Bank Street, North Sydney
69 Bank Street, North Sydney
70 Bank Street, North Sydney
71 Bank Street, North Sydney
72 Bank Street, North Sydney
73 Bank Street, North Sydney
78 Bank Street, North Sydney
83 Bank Street, North Sydney
85 Bank Street, North Sydney
89 Bank Street, North Sydney
91 Bank Street, North Sydney
96–98 Bank Street, North Sydney
102 Bank Street, North Sydney
104 Bank Street, North Sydney
17 Bay Road, Waverton
15 Bay Road, Waverton
11A Bay Road, Waverton
21 Bay Road, Waverton
22 Bay Road, Waverton
24 Bay Road, Waverton
26 Bay Road, Waverton
38 Bay Road, Waverton
40–42 Bay Road, Waverton
46 Bay Road, Waverton
48 Bay Road, Waverton
52 Bay Road, Waverton
54 Bay Road, Waverton
56 Bay Road, Waverton
58 Bay Road, Waverton
61 Bay Road, Waverton
63 Bay Road, Waverton
71 Bay Road, Waverton
73 Bay Road, Waverton
77 Bay Road, Waverton
79 Bay Road, Waverton
81 Bay Road, Waverton
85 Bay Road, Waverton
87 Bay Road, Waverton
88 Bay Road, Waverton
89 Bay Road, Waverton
91 Bay Road, Waverton
93 Bay Road, Waverton
95 Bay Road, Waverton
99 Bay Road, Waverton
101 Bay Road, Waverton
103 Bay Road, Waverton
116 Bay Road, Waverton
118 Bay Road, Waverton
44 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
46 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
53 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
55 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
57 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
58 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
59 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
60 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
64 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
65 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
69 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
70 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
72 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
73 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
76 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
78 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
95 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
97–99 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
101 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
107 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
113 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
125 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
133 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
137 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
214 Ben Boyd Road, Cremorne
216 Ben Boyd Road, Cremorne
3 Bennett Street, Neutral Bay
21 Bennett Street, Cremorne
25 Bennett Street, Cremorne
31 Bennett Street, Cremorne
41 Bennett Street, Cremorne
43 Bernard Lane, Crows Nest
2 Bertha Road, Cremorne
35 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
42 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
45 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
46 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
47 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
51 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
57 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
59 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
60 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
61 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
62 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
63 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
64 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
66 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
68 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
73 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
75 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
77 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
79 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
85 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
86 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
87 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
91 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
94 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
96 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
98 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
100 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
104 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
106 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
108 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
110 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
115 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
116 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
117 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
118 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
121 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
123 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
125 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
127 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
128 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
128A Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
129 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
130 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
130A Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
131 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
132 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
132A Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
133 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
134 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
135 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
137 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
139 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
34 Boyle Street, Cremorne
44 Boyle Street, Cremorne
4 Bradly Avenue, North Sydney
6 Bradly Avenue, North Sydney
8 Bradly Avenue, North Sydney
10 Bradly Avenue, North Sydney
12 Bradly Avenue, North Sydney
14 Bradly Avenue, North Sydney
1 Bromley Avenue, Cremorne Point
27 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
31 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
38 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
40 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
41 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
42 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
44 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
45 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
46 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
47 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
48 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
50 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
52 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
54 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
56 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
58 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
60 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
61 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
62 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
63 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
64 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
65 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
66 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
67 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
68 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
69 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
70 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
72 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
74 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
75 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
76 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
77 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
78 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
79 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
80 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
82 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
83 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
84 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
89 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
91 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
94 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
96 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
98 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
99 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
100 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
101 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
102 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
103 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
104 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
105 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
106 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
107 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
108 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
109 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
112 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
114 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
116 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
118 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
126 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
128 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
130 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
132 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
134 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
140 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
18 Burroway Street, Neutral Bay
1 Burroway Street, Neutral Bay
6 Burroway Street, Neutral Bay
10 Burroway Street, Neutral Bay
14 Burroway Street, Neutral Bay
1 Cable Street, Wollstonecraft
2 Cable Street, Wollstonecraft
4 Cable Street, Wollstonecraft
5 Cable Street, Wollstonecraft
9 Cable Street, Wollstonecraft
46 Cairo Street, Cammeray
48 Cairo Street, Cammeray
57 Cairo Street, Cammeray
26 Cairo Street, Cammeray
28 Cairo Street, Cammeray
11 Cairo Street, Cammeray
13 Cairo Street, Cammeray
7 Cairo Street, Cammeray
5 Cairo Street, Cammeray
17 Cairo Street, Cammeray
4 Cairo Street, Cammeray
30 Cairo Street, Cammeray
32 Cairo Street, Cammeray
34 Cairo Street, Cammeray
60 Cairo Street, Cammeray
64 Cairo Street, Cammeray
66 Cairo Street, Cammeray
14 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
49 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
63 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
74 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
76 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
78 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
90 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
92 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
94 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
96 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
98 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
110 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
117 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
121–123 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
129 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
131 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
137 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
139 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
141 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
143 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
6 Carlow Street, North Sydney
8 Carlow Street, North Sydney
10 Carlow Street, North Sydney
12 Carlow Street, North Sydney
14 Carlow Street, North Sydney
16 Carlow Street, North Sydney
18 Carlow Street, North Sydney
20 Carlow Street, North Sydney
22 Carlow Street, North Sydney
24 Carlow Street, North Sydney
26 Carlow Street, North Sydney
28 Carlow Street, North Sydney
30 Carlow Street, North Sydney
32 Carlow Street, North Sydney
34 Carlow Street, North Sydney
36 Carlow Street, North Sydney
27 Carr Street, Waverton
33 Carr Street, Waverton
35 Carr Street, Waverton
39 Carr Street, Waverton
39A Carr Street, Waverton
41 Carr Street, Waverton
5–7 Carter Street, Cammeray
6 Carter Street, Cammeray
8 Carter Street, Cammeray
117 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
124 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
125 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
126 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
127 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
128 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
129 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
130 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
131 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
132 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
133 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
134 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
140 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
142 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
143 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
144 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
145 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
146 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
149 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
150 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
152 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
153 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
154 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
156 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
159 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
161 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
162 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
163 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
165 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
167 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
168 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
170 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
171 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
173 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
175 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
177 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
179 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
181 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
183 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
185 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
187 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
189 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
191 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
193 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
195 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
197 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
199 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
203 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
205 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
207 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
211 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
213 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
215 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
217 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
12 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
14 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
15 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
16 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
18 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
20 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
22 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
24 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
26 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
28 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
30 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
32 Chuter Street, McMahons Point
1 Claude Avenue, Cremorne
3 Claude Avenue, Cremorne
7 Claude Avenue, Cremorne
25 Clifton Street, Waverton
39 Clifton Street, Waverton
6 Colin Street, Cammeray
15 Colin Street, Cammeray
16 Colin Street, Cammeray
17 Colin Street, Cammeray
18 Colin Street, Cammeray
19 Colin Street, Cammeray
36 Colin Street, Cammeray
37 Colin Street, Cammeray
40 Colin Street, Cammeray
42 Colin Street, Cammeray
50 Colin Street, Cammeray
51 Colin Street, Cammeray
62 Colin Street, Cammeray
69 Colin Street, Cammeray
71 Colin Street, Cammeray
3 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
6 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
23 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
25 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
29 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
33 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
34 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
36 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
38 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
39 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
42 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
42A Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
47 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
59 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
63 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
68 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
74 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
76 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
78 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
82 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
84 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
85 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
86 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
87 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
88 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
93–95 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
97 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
100 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
103 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
104 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
105 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
107 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
109 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
115 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
125 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
127 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
32 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
33 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
35 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
36 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
39A Crows Nest Road, Waverton
40 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
41 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
44 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
46 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
47 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
49 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
50 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
51 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
52 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
53 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
55 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
56 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
57 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
58 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
59 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
60 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
61 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
63 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
65 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
67 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
69 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
71 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
1 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
3 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
5 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
6 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
7 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
9 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
11 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
12 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
13 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
14 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
15 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
16 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
18 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
22 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
22A Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
25 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
27 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
31 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
31A Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
32 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
35 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
37 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
39 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
41 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
43 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
45 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
47 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
49 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
1 Doris Street, North Sydney
11 Dumbarton Street, McMahons Point
45 East Crescent Street, Lavender Bay
4 Echo Street, Cammeray
8 Echo Street, Cammeray
15 Edward Street, North Sydney
17 Edward Street, North Sydney
19 Edward Street, North Sydney
21 Edward Street, North Sydney
23 Edward Street, North Sydney
24 Edward Street, North Sydney
25 Edward Street, North Sydney
26 Edward Street, North Sydney
27 Edward Street, North Sydney
29 Edward Street, North Sydney
36 Edward Street, North Sydney
3 Ellalong Road, Cremorne
5 Ellalong Road, Cremorne
8 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
11 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
13 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
14 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
15 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
16 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
17 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
18 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
19 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
20 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
21 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
23 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
24 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
25 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
26 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
27 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
28 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
29 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
30 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
31 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
32 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
33 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
34 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
36 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
38 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
40 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
42 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
44 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
48 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
56 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
46 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
47 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
48 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
49 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
51 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
52 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
53 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
54 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
57 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
58 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
59 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
60 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
63 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
64 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
73 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
80 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
82 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
83 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
84 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
88 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
90 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
91 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
92 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
93 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
94 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
95 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
96 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
97 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
98 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
100 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
102 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
104 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
106 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
109 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
110 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
111 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
112A Ernest Street, Crows Nest
113 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
114 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
115 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
116 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
119 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
121 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
122 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
123 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
124 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
125 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
126 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
127 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
128 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
129 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
131 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
1 Euroka Street, Waverton
25 Euroka Street, Waverton
27 Euroka Street, Waverton
29 Euroka Street, Waverton
31 Euroka Street, Waverton
33 Euroka Street, Waverton
56 Euroka Street, North Sydney
58 Euroka Street, North Sydney
60 Euroka Street, North Sydney
63–65 Euroka Street, Waverton
67 Euroka Street, Waverton
11 Fifth Avenue, Cremorne
13 Fifth Avenue, Cremorne
15 Fifth Avenue, Cremorne
16 Fifth Avenue, Cremorne
18 Fifth Avenue, Cremorne
19 Fifth Avenue, Cremorne
10 Florence Street, Cremorne
12 Florence Street, Cremorne
18 Florence Street, Cremorne
42 Harriette Street, Neutral Bay
44 Harriette Street, Neutral Bay
1–3 Harrison Street, Cremorne
7 Harrison Street, Cremorne
9 Harrison Street, Cremorne
11 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
13 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
15 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
16 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
17 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
18 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
19 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
20 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
21 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
22 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
24 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
26 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
28 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
30 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
32 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
34 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
36 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
39 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
41 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
47–49 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
51 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
52 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
53 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
54 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
55 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
57 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
61 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
62 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
63 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
64 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
66 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
68 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
72A Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
73 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
74 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
75 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
76 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
77 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
78 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
79 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
80 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
81 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
83 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
84 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
86 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
90 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
92 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
94 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
96 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
98 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
100 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
110 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
112 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
114 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
11 Hayes Street, Neutral Bay
13 Hayes Street, Neutral Bay
14 Hayes Street, Neutral Bay
15 Hayes Street, Neutral Bay
17 Hayes Street, Neutral Bay
31 Hayes Street, Neutral Bay
33 Hayes Street, Neutral Bay
3 Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
9 Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
11 Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
11A Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
15 Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
17 Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
19 Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
21 Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
23 Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
27 Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
115 High Street, North Sydney
127 High Street, North Sydney
143 High Street, North Sydney
147 High Street, North Sydney
149 High Street, North Sydney
12 Hodgson Avenue, Cremorne Point
16 Hodgson Avenue, Cremorne Point
18 Hodgson Avenue, Cremorne Point
20 Hodgson Avenue, Cremorne Point
24 Hodgson Avenue, Cremorne Point
4 Holbrook Avenue, Kirribilli
16 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
18 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
20 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
22 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
24 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
26 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
28 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
30 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
30A Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
32 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
34 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
36 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
38 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
42A Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
44 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
46 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
48 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
50 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
51 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
52 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
53 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
56 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
60 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
66 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
70 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
72 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
75 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
77 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
79 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
81 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
83 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
84 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
87 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
89 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
90 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
91 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
92 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
93 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
94 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
95 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
96 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
97 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
98 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
99 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
99A Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
100 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
102 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
104 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
105 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
107 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
108 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
109 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
110 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
111 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
112 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
113 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
115 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
116 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
119 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
121 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
123 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
125 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
127 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
129 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
131 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
133 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
135 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
137 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
139 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
141 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
143 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
145 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
147 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
149 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
2 Honda Road, Neutral Bay
11 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
31 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
32 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
33 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
38 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
43 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
44 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
45 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
46 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
47 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
48 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
49 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
50 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
51 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
53 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
55 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
57 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
59 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
61 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
6 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne
10 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne
12–14 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne
16 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne
18 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne
22 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne
24 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne
26 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne
28 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne
3 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
7 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
20 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
22 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
25 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
32 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
36 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
47 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
49 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
53 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
55 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
57 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
59 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
1 King George Street, McMahons Point
85 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
87 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
89 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
91 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
93 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
95 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
112 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
114 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
116 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
118 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
120 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
124 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
45 Kurraba Road, Neutral Bay
83 Kurraba Road, Neutral Bay
42 Lavender Street, Lavender Bay
44 Lavender Street, Lavender Bay
46 Lavender Street, Lavender Bay
48 Lavender Street, Lavender Bay
50 Lavender Street, Lavender Bay
52 Lavender Street, Lavender Bay
54 Lavender Street, Lavender Bay
56 Lavender Street, Lavender Bay
58 Lavender Street, Lavender Bay
1 Little Alfred Street, North Sydney
9 Little Alfred Street, North Sydney
1 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
2 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
3 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
9 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
11 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
12 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
13 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
14 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
16 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
17 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
19 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
21 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
22 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
24 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
26 Lumsden Street, Cammeray
28 Macpherson Street, Cremorne
30 Macpherson Street, Cremorne
32 Macpherson Street, Cremorne
46 Macpherson Street, Cremorne
1 Mchatton Street, Waverton
1A Mchatton Street, Waverton
5 Mchatton Street, Waverton
6 Mchatton Street, Waverton
8 Mchatton Street, Waverton
10 Mchatton Street, Waverton
12 Mchatton Street, Waverton
18 Mchatton Street, Waverton
22 Mchatton Street, North Sydney
28 Mchatton Street, North Sydney
30 Mchatton Street, North Sydney
28 Middle Street, McMahons Point
30 Middle Street, McMahons Point
56 Middle Street, McMahons Point
58 Middle Street, McMahons Point
68 Middle Street, McMahons Point
2 Mil Mil Street, McMahons Point
3 Mil Mil Street, McMahons Point
5 Milray Avenue, Wollstonecraft
7 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
9 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
20 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
23 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
24 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
26 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
36 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
40 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
44 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
52 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
75 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
77 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
83 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
115 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
103 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
107 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
109 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
111 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
113 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
125 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
129 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
148 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
2 Montague Road, Cremorne
6 Montague Road, Cremorne
7 Montague Road, Cremorne
11 Montague Road, Cremorne
13 Montague Road, Cremorne
14 Montague Road, Cremorne
15 Montague Road, Cremorne
16 Montague Road, Cremorne
17 Montague Road, Cremorne
18 Montague Road, Cremorne
19 Montague Road, Cremorne
20 Montague Road, Cremorne
21 Montague Road, Cremorne
22 Montague Road, Cremorne
23 Montague Road, Cremorne
24 Montague Road, Cremorne
25 Montague Road, Cremorne
26 Montague Road, Cremorne
27 Montague Road, Cremorne
28 Montague Road, Cremorne
29 Montague Road, Cremorne
30 Montague Road, Cremorne
31 Montague Road, Cremorne
32 Montague Road, Cremorne
34 Montague Road, Cremorne
36 Montague Road, Cremorne
37 Montague Road, Cremorne
38 Montague Road, Cremorne
40 Montague Road, Cremorne
42 Montague Road, Cremorne
44 Montague Road, Cremorne
5 Morden Street, Cammeray
6 Morden Street, Cammeray
7 Morden Street, Cammeray
8 Morden Street, Cammeray
9 Morden Street, Cammeray
10 Morden Street, Cammeray
11 Morden Street, Cammeray
12 Morden Street, Cammeray
22 Morden Street, Cammeray
5 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
10 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
12 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
14 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
15 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
16 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
18 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
20 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
21 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
22 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
23 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
24 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
25 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
26 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
28 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
30–34 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
31 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
37 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
38 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
40 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
42 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
43 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
46 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
48 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
50 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
54 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
56 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
20 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
22 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
24 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
26 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
29 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
31 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
32 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
33 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
34 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
36 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
38 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
40 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
46 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
1 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
3 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
4 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
5 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
6 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
7 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
9 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne (excludes 2 houses at rear of property)
8 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
14 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
19 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
21 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
190 Pacific Highway, North Sydney
69–71 Palmer Street, Cammeray
37 Park Avenue, Cremorne
39 Park Avenue, Cremorne
43 Park Avenue, Cremorne
45 Park Avenue, Cremorne
49 Park Avenue, Cremorne
1 Parker Street, McMahons Point
2 Peel Street, Kirribilli
4 Peel Street, Kirribilli
18 Peel Street, Kirribilli
4 Penshurst Avenue, Neutral Bay
2 Penshurst Avenue, Neutral Bay
4 Princes Street, McMahons Point
6 Princes Street, McMahons Point
8 Princes Street, McMahons Point
9 Princes Street, McMahons Point
10 Princes Street, McMahons Point
11 Princes Street, McMahons Point
12 Princes Street, McMahons Point
13 Princes Street, McMahons Point
14 Princes Street, McMahons Point
15 Princes Street, McMahons Point
16 Princes Street, McMahons Point
17 Princes Street, McMahons Point
18 Princes Street, McMahons Point
19 Princes Street, McMahons Point
20 Princes Street, McMahons Point
21 Princes Street, McMahons Point
22 Princes Street, McMahons Point
24 Princes Street, McMahons Point
26 Princes Street, McMahons Point
28 Princes Street, McMahons Point
30 Princes Street, McMahons Point
32 Princes Street, McMahons Point
34 Princes Street, McMahons Point
36 Princes Street, McMahons Point
38 Princes Street, McMahons Point
40 Princes Street, McMahons Point
1 Priory Road, Waverton
2 Priory Road, Waverton
5A Priory Road, Waverton
6 Priory Road, Waverton
7 Priory Road, Waverton
8 Priory Road, Waverton
9 Priory Road, Waverton
11 Priory Road, Waverton
15 Priory Road, Waverton
1 Queens Avenue, McMahons Point
3 Queens Avenue, McMahons Point
5 Queens Avenue, McMahons Point
7 Queens Avenue, McMahons Point
9 Queens Avenue, McMahons Point
11 Queens Avenue, McMahons Point
13 Queens Avenue, McMahons Point
15 Queens Avenue, McMahons Point
17 Queens Avenue, McMahons Point
8 Raleigh Street, Cammeray
10 Raleigh Street, Cammeray
12 Raleigh Street, Cammeray
14 Raleigh Street, Cammeray
22 Raleigh Street, Cammeray
33 Rangers Road, Cremorne
36 Rangers Road, Cremorne
38 Rangers Road, Cremorne
40 Rangers Road, Cremorne
56 Rangers Road, Cremorne
58 Rangers Road, Cremorne
60 Rangers Road, Cremorne
62 Rangers Road, Cremorne
64 Rangers Road, Cremorne
66 Rangers Road, Cremorne
1 Reed Street, Cremorne
16 Reed Street, Cremorne
8 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
10 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
12 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
14 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
16 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
18 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
20 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
22 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
26 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
27 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
28 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
29 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
30 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
31 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
33 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
35 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
9 Riley Street, North Sydney
10 Riley Street, North Sydney
11 Riley Street, North Sydney
12 Riley Street, North Sydney
13 Riley Street, North Sydney
14 Riley Street, North Sydney
15 Riley Street, North Sydney
17 Riley Street, North Sydney
19 Riley Street, North Sydney
21 Riley Street, North Sydney
5 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
7 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
8 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
9 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
10 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
12 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
14 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
15 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
17 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
19 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
21 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
23 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
26 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
41 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
43 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
44 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
58 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
60 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
63 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
71 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
74 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
76 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
78 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
1 Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft
7 Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft
9 Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft
11 Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft
17 Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft
21 Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft
22 Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft
24 Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft
12 Sophia Street, Crows Nest
13 Sophia Street, Crows Nest
14 Sophia Street, Crows Nest
15 Sophia Street, Crows Nest
16 Sophia Street, Crows Nest
18 Sophia Street, Crows Nest
6 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
8 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
12 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
16 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
44 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
46 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
52 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
54 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
4 Stannards Place, Kirribilli
10 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
12 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
14 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
15 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
17 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
18 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
19 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
20 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
27 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
29 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
30 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
31 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
32 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
33 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
34 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
35 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
36 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
37 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
38–40 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
39 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
42 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
44 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
46 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
48 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
50 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
52 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
54 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
56 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
58 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
60 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
1 Toongarah Road, Waverton
2 Toongarah Road, Waverton
3 Toongarah Road, Waverton
4 Toongarah Road, Waverton
6 Toongarah Road, Waverton
9 Toongarah Road, Waverton
10 Toongarah Road, Waverton
12 Toongarah Road, Waverton
14 Toongarah Road, Waverton
18 Toongarah Road, Waverton
20 Toongarah Road, Waverton
22 Toongarah Road, Waverton
24 Toongarah Road, Waverton
2A Union Street, McMahons Point
2B Union Street, McMahons Point
4 Union Street, McMahons Point
6 Union Street, McMahons Point
8 Union Street, McMahons Point
10 Union Street, McMahons Point
14 Union Street, McMahons Point
16 Union Street, McMahons Point
18 Union Street, McMahons Point
41 Union Street, McMahons Point
47 Union Street, McMahons Point
49 Union Street, McMahons Point
51 Union Street, McMahons Point
61 Union Street, McMahons Point
63 Union Street, McMahons Point
65 Union Street, McMahons Point
67 Union Street, McMahons Point
69–71 Union Street, McMahons Point
80 Union Street, North Sydney
82 Union Street, North Sydney
83 Union Street, McMahons Point
84 Union Street, North Sydney
85 Union Street, McMahons Point
86 Union Street, McMahons Point
87 Union Street, McMahons Point
88 Union Street, McMahons Point
89 Union Street, McMahons Point
90 Union Street, McMahons Point
91 Union Street, McMahons Point
92 Union Street, McMahons Point
94 Union Street, McMahons Point
95 Union Street, McMahons Point
96 Union Street, McMahons Point
97 Union Street, McMahons Point
98 Union Street, McMahons Point
103 Union Street, McMahons Point
105 Union Street, McMahons Point
107 Union Street, McMahons Point
109 Union Street, McMahons Point
111 Union Street, McMahons Point
113 Union Street, McMahons Point
115 Union Street, McMahons Point
117 Union Street, McMahons Point
119 Union Street, McMahons Point
63 Upper Pitt Street, Kirribilli
28 Victoria Street, McMahons Point
17 Waiwera Street, Lavender Bay
10–12 Wallaringa Avenue, Neutral Bay
28 Warringa Road, Cammeray
6 Warringa Road, Cammeray
8 Warringa Road, Cammeray
10 Warringa Road, Cammeray
12 Warringa Road, Cammeray
14 Warringa Road, Cammeray
16 Warringa Road, Cammeray
18 Warringa Road, Cammeray
20 Warringa Road, Cammeray
22 Warringa Road, Cammeray
24 Warringa Road, Cammeray
26 Warringa Road, Cammeray
34 Warringa Road, Cammeray
46 Warringa Road, Cammeray
1 Waruda Street, Kirribilli
11 Waruda Street, Kirribilli
14–16 Waruda Street, Kirribilli
21 West Street, North Sydney
23 West Street, North Sydney
31 West Street, North Sydney
47 West Street, North Sydney
49 West Street, North Sydney
50 West Street, North Sydney
51 West Street, North Sydney
52 West Street, North Sydney
53 West Street, North Sydney
54 West Street, North Sydney
55 West Street, North Sydney
56 West Street, North Sydney
57 West Street, North Sydney
59 West Street, North Sydney
60 West Street, North Sydney
61 West Street, North Sydney
62 West Street, North Sydney
63 West Street, North Sydney
64 West Street, North Sydney
65 West Street, North Sydney
66 West Street, North Sydney
68 West Street, North Sydney
69 West Street, Crows Nest
70 West Street, North Sydney
71 West Street, Crows Nest
71A West Street, Crows Nest
72 West Street, North Sydney
73 West Street, Crows Nest
73A West Street, Crows Nest
74 West Street, North Sydney
75 West Street, Crows Nest
76 West Street, North Sydney
77 West Street, North Sydney
78 West Street, North Sydney
79 West Street, North Sydney
80 West Street, North Sydney
81 West Street, North Sydney
82 West Street, North Sydney
83 West Street, North Sydney
84 West Street, North Sydney
85 West Street, North Sydney
91 West Street, Crows Nest
95 West Street, Crows Nest
97 West Street, Crows Nest
98 West Street, Crows Nest
99 West Street, Crows Nest
100 West Street, Crows Nest (that part of the 2 properties on the site under this address (being Lot B, DP 973362) that is physically known as 100A West Street)
101 West Street, Crows Nest
103 West Street, Crows Nest
104 West Street, Crows Nest
106 West Street, Crows Nest
108 West Street, Crows Nest
110 West Street, Crows Nest
112 West Street, Crows Nest
114 West Street, Crows Nest
116 West Street, Crows Nest
122 West Street, Crows Nest
124 West Street, Crows Nest
126 West Street, Crows Nest
128 West Street, Crows Nest
130 West Street, Crows Nest
154 West Street, Crows Nest
156 West Street, Crows Nest
158 West Street, Crows Nest
160 West Street, Crows Nest
162 West Street, Crows Nest
164 West Street, Crows Nest
166 West Street, Crows Nest
180 West Street, Crows Nest
182 West Street, Crows Nest
184 West Street, Crows Nest
204 West Street, Crows Nest
206 West Street, Crows Nest
208 West Street, Crows Nest
210 West Street, Crows Nest
212 West Street, Crows Nest
214 West Street, Crows Nest
216 West Street, Crows Nest
218 West Street, Crows Nest
224 West Street, Crows Nest
226 West Street, Crows Nest
230 West Street, Crows Nest
232 West Street, Crows Nest
234 West Street, Crows Nest
246 West Street, Crows Nest
248 West Street, Crows Nest
248A West Street, Crows Nest
16 Whaling Road, North Sydney
18 Whaling Road, North Sydney
25 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
27 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
27A Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
33 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
35 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
37 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
39 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
47 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
50 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
51 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
52 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
54 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
55 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
56 Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
56A Willoughby Street, Kirribilli
1 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
2 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
3 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
4 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
5 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
6 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
7 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
8 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
9 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
10 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
11 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
12 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
13 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
14 Wilona Avenue, Lavender Bay
2 Wilson Street, Cammeray
4 Wilson Street, Cammeray
6 Wilson Street, Cammeray
8 Wilson Street, Cammeray
30 Wilson Street, Cammeray
34 Wilson Street, Cammeray
2 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
3 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
5 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
7 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
8 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
9 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
10 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
11 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
12 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
13 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
14 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
15 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
16 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
18 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
20 Winslow Street, Kirribilli
1 Wulworra Avenue, Cremorne Point
6 Wulworra Avenue, Cremorne Point
6 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
6A Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
8 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
10 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
11 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
12 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
14 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
15 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
17 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
25 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
27 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
29 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
43 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
44 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
45 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
57 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
63 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
65 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
72 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
78 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
80 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
84 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
sch 4: Am 6.12.2002; 2007 (68), Sch 1 [14].
Schedule 5 Uncharacteristic elements
(Schedule 2)
Uncharacteristic element—address
124 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
140–144 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
155 Alexander Street, Crows Nest
101 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
108 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
110 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
146 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
83 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
85 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
99 Atchison Street, Crows Nest
10–12 Bannerman Street, Cremorne
14 Bannerman Street, Cremorne
16 Bannerman Street, Cremorne
18 Bannerman Street, Cremorne
2 Bannerman Street, Cremorne
2A Bannerman Street, Cremorne
4 Bannerman Street, Cremorne
6 Bannerman Street, Cremorne
65 Bay Road, Waverton
83 Bay Road, Waverton
51 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
83–87 Bellevue Street, Cammeray
10 Bells Avenue, Cammeray
2 Bells Avenue, Cammeray
4 Bells Avenue, Cammeray
1 Bennett Street, Neutral Bay
43–45 Bennett Street, Cremorne
22 Bertha Road, Cremorne
1 Billong Street, Neutral Bay
3 Billong Street, Neutral Bay
49 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
126 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
120 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
136 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
33 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
37 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
39 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
51 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
57 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
59 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
81 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
85–87 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
86 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
92 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
93 Burlington Street, Crows Nest
19–23 Cairo Street, Cammeray
74 Cairo Street, Cammeray
18 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
20 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
29 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
33 Carabella Street, Kirribilli
49 Carr Street, Waverton
29 Carter Street, Cammeray
2A Carter Street, Cammeray
2B Carter Street, Cammeray
2C Carter Street, Cammeray
2D Carter Street, Cammeray
110 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
112 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
114 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
116–118 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
119 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
120 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
121 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
123 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
136 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
138 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
164 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
169 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
172 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
201 Chandos Street, Crows Nest
201A Chandos Street, Crows Nest
203A Chandos Street, Crows Nest
17 Claude Avenue, Cremorne
24–32 Colin Street, Cammeray
12 Commodore Street, McMahons Point
15 Commodore Street, McMahons Point
11 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
44 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
67 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point
48 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
54 Crows Nest Road, Waverton
54A Crows Nest Road, Waverton
17 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
2 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
23 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
24 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
24A Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
29 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
2A Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
30 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
33 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
34 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
36 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
42 Devonshire Street, Crows Nest
45–47 Dumbarton Street, McMahons Point
9 Ellalong Road, Cremorne
6 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
50 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
46 Emmett Street, Crows Nest
69 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
118–120 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
130 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
50 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
62 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
66 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
78 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
99 Ernest Street, Crows Nest
99A Ernest Street, Crows Nest
1 Florence Street, Cremorne
20 Florence Street, Cremorne
4 Green Street, Cremorne
2A Guthrie Avenue, Cremorne
25 Harriette Street, Neutral Bay
46 Harriette Street, Neutral Bay
25 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
59 Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
59A Hayberry Street, Crows Nest
9 Hayes Street, Neutral Bay
1 Hazelbank Road, Wollstonecraft
22 Hodgson Avenue, Cremorne Point
100 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest (property fronting Huntington St, No 53a)
114 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
78 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
82 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
80 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
86 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest (property fronting Huntington St, no 41)
42 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
58 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
62–64 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
68 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
49 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
59 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
101 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
103 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
61–69 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
67 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
29 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
30 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
36 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
42 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
40 Huntington Street, Crows Nest
1 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne
2 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
4–8 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
12 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
14–18 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
30 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
58 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
60 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point
63–65 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
71 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
73 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
120 Kurraba Road, Neutral Bay
162 Kurraba Road, Neutral Bay
32–40 Lavender Street, Lavender Bay
16 Mackenzie Street, Lavender Bay
4–6 Margaret Street, North Sydney
26 McHatton Street, North Sydney
5 McLaren Street, North Sydney
123 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
5 Milson Road, Cremorne Point
1 Montague Road, Cremorne
1–3 Morden Street, Cammeray
15 Morden Street, Cammeray
19 Morden Street, Cammeray
24 Morden Street, Cammeray
26 Morden Street, Cammeray
2A Morden Street, Cammeray
19 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
27 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
29 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
36 Murdoch Street, Cremorne
35 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
42–44 Myrtle Street, North Sydney
12 Neutral Street, North Sydney
2 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
10–12 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
18 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
20 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne
9 Oaks Avenue, Cremorne (two houses at rear, fronting Ernest Street)
9 Penshurst Avenue, Neutral Bay
3 Plunkett Street, Kirribilli
17 Priory Road, Waverton
19 Priory Road, Waverton
21 Priory Road, Waverton
2 Powell Street, Neutral Bay
35–37 Rangers Road, Cremorne
2–4 Reed Street, Cremorne
12 Reed Street, Cremorne
13–15 Reed Street, Cremorne
7–7A Reed Street, Cremorne
4 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
4A Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
6 Richmond Avenue, Cremorne
93 Ridge Street, North Sydney
5 Riley Street, North Sydney
33A–33B Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
35A Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
35B Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
48 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
69 Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay
19 Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft
23 Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft
3 Sophia Street, Crows Nest
2 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
4 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
22 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
30–40 Spofforth Street, Cremorne
21 Thomas Street, McMahons Point
1A Waiwera Street, Lavender Bay
7 Waiwera Street, Lavender Bay
13 Waiwera Street, Lavender Bay
22 Waruda Street, Kirribilli
1 Warung Street, McMahons Point
6 Warung Street, McMahons Point
25 West Street, North Sydney
37 West Street, North Sydney
39 West Street, North Sydney
59A West Street, North Sydney
46 West Street, North Sydney
105 West Street, Crows Nest
97A West Street, Crows Nest
93 West Street, Crows Nest
96 West Street, Crows Nest
94 West Street, Crows Nest
100 West Street, Crows Nest
222 West Street, Crows Nest
178 West Street, Crows Nest
168 West Street, Crows Nest
170 West Street, Crows Nest
190 West Street, Crows Nest
4 Whaling Road, North Sydney
110 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
116 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
3 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
48–52 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
5–7 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
61 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay
sch 5: Am 6.12.2002; 28.2.2003; 29.10.2004.
Schedule 6 Exempt development
(Clause 12)
Note—
Clause 12 of this plan provides as follows:
  
(1)  Subject to the provisions of the Act, development is exempt development if it is development which:
(a)  is permissible, with or without consent, in the zone in which it is to be carried out, and
(b)  is listed in column 1 of the Table in Schedule 6, and
(c)  satisfies all of the requirements specified in column 2 of the Table in Schedule 6 that are relevant to the development, and
(d)  complies with all development standards specified in the provisions of this plan which would apply to the development if it were not exempt development, and
(e)  is carried out within property boundaries (unless Schedule 6 permits it to be carried out outside property boundaries).
(2)  State Environmental Planning Policy No 1—Development Standards does not apply to subclause (1) (d).
It is the obligation of those responsible for any exempt development undertaken to demonstrate, if required by the Council, that they have met the appropriate requirements for any exempt development outlined in this Schedule.
Clause 5 of State Environmental Planning Policy No 10—Retention of Low-Cost Rental Accommodation restricts the application of exempt development in relation to low-cost rental accommodation.
Table
Column 1
Column 2
Erection and use, or carrying out, of any of the following
Requirements
Any exempt development listed in this column
Complies with the “deemed-to satisfy” provisions of the Building Code of Australia that are applicable to the relevant site.
 
Meets all relevant Australian Standards.
 
Does not contravene any valid consents that are applicable to the relevant site.
 
Does not obstruct drainage of the site.
 
Is carried out at least 1 m from any easement or public sewer main and complies with Sydney Water’s policy relating to building over or adjacent to sewers.
 
Stormwater is connected to an existing system and not redirected onto an adjoining property.
 
Does not require a tree with a height of 10 m, or a crown width of 10 m, or a trunk circumference of 1.5 m measured at 1 m above ground or more to be removed, unless a Tree Preservation Order has been obtained.
 
Does not reduce the structural integrity of any building.
 
All equipment is installed according to manufacturer’s specifications and by qualified tradespeople where relevant.
 
Meets all WorkCover requirements, particularly for work involving hoarding, scaffolding, removal of lead paint and asbestos.
 
Note—
It is the obligation of those responsible for any exempt development undertaken to have obtained consent from the owners or owners corporation (body corporate), if relevant.
Access ramps for the disabled and associated hand rails
Heritage
Not on the site of a heritage item or on the street elevation in a conservation area.
 
Size
Maximum height of ramp: 1 m (above existing ground level).
  
Maximum height of handrail: 1 m above the ramp or step.
Advertising:
  
1  Business identification sign
(flush wall sign)
Heritage
Not attached to a heritage item or adjacent to a heritage item.
 
Illumination
Not illuminated.
 
Usage
Maximum one per site (residential building).
  
Maximum 2 per site (non-residential use or building for which consent granted).
 
Size
Maximum 0.45 m in length and 0.3 m in height.
 
Siting
Not above awning.
 
Content
Sign contains only:
(a)  identification of the place or premises,
(b)  identification of an occupation or activity carried out at the place or premises,
(c)  necessary directions or cautions relating to the place or premises,
(d)  statutory notifications required or permitted to be displayed at the place or premises.
2  Change of message on existing sign
Status
Sign was previously consented to by the Council or was erected as exempt development.
 
Illumination
No change to authorised illumination.
 
Content
New message complies with any content requirements of the consent.
  
Any advertisement for an alcohol product is on premises where that product is sold.
 
Structure
No change in dimensions.
  
Not a roof sign.
3  Community notice sign
(a notice or display by a public authority)
Illumination
Not illuminated.
 
Structure
Not permanently or structurally attached to the building.
 
Content
Contains only a notice or display of public information giving information or directions about services provided by the authority.
4  Fascia sign
(a sign on the fascia or return end of an awning)
Heritage
Not attached to a heritage item or adjacent to a heritage item.
  
Not in a conservation area.
 
Illumination
Not illuminated.
 
Usage
Maximum one per site.
 
Size
Does not project above or below the fascia or return end of the awning.
  
Is flush with the fascia.
5  Real estate sign
Illumination
Not illuminated.
 
Size
No return exceeds 0.2 m.
  
Residential premises or premises containing serviced apartments—does not exceed 2.5 m2 in total area.
  
Commercial/industrial premises—does not exceed 4.5 m2 in total area.
 
Content
Contains only a notice that the building or site to which it is fixed is for sale or letting.
 
Duration
Use of the sign is not exempt development later than 14 days after letting or sale of the premises to which sign relates.
6  Temporary sign
(a sign announcing a local event—religious, educational, cultural, political, social or recreational)
Size
Maximum height 3 m.
  
Sign is no higher than building it is mounted on.
  
Maximum area 3 m2.
 
Illumination
Not illuminated.
 
Content
Any sponsor’s names or logos are less prominent than message.
 
Duration
Displayed no earlier than 28 days before an event.
  
Use of the sign is not exempt development later than 14 days after the event.
7  Top hamper sign
(a sign painted on or attached to the transom of a doorway or display window at the ground floor level of a building)
Heritage
Not attached to a heritage item or adjacent to a heritage item.
  
Not in a conservation area.
 
Siting
Minimum height of 2.6 m above footpath.
 
Usage
Maximum one per premises.
 
Size
Does not extend below the head of the doorway or window to which it is attached.
  
Does not extend more than 0.2 m beyond any building alignment.
 
Illumination
Not illuminated.
8  Under awning sign
(a sign that is attached to and hangs below an awning)
Heritage
Not attached to a heritage item or adjacent to a heritage item.
  
Not in a conservation area.
 
Illumination
Not illuminated, except for commercial, mixed use and residential D zones.
 
Usage
Maximum one per premises.
 
Siting
Securely fixed to awning.
  
Erected horizontal to the ground.
 
Size
Does not project beyond the awning.
  
Not less than 2.6 m from the ground or footpath.
  
Maximum length of 2.5 m.
  
Maximum height of 0.5 m.
9  Window sign
(a sign displayed on a shop window)
Heritage
Not attached to a heritage item or adjacent to a heritage item.
  
Not in a conservation area.
 
Illumination
Not illuminated.
 
Usage
Maximum one per shop front.
 
Siting
Located on ground level facade.
 
Size
At least 75% of shop front window remains uncovered.
Aerials/Antennae
(not including satellite dishes/microwave antennae—dealt with as telecommunications facilities)
Heritage
Not attached to a heritage item or adjacent to a heritage item.
 
Usage
For domestic use only.
  
Maximum of one per residential building.
 
Size
Maximum height 3 m above roof ridge.
Air conditioning/central heating/heat pump units for residential buildings
Heritage
Not attached to a heritage item or on the street elevation in a conservation area.
 
Siting
Attached to an external wall or ground mounted.
  
Not on a street frontage.
  
Minimum 1.5 m from boundary.
  
Enclosed in a sound proof structure to meet noise requirements.
 
Noise
Noise level does not exceed 5dB(A) above ambient background noise level measured at property boundary.
  
Obtain certification for the noise level requirement, from a qualified sound engineer.
 
Note—
Failure to comply with, and obtain certification for the noise level requirement may result in removal and/or fine.
Awnings, canopies, shutters, storm blinds, vergolas
Heritage
Not attached to a heritage item or on the street elevation in a conservation area.
 
Usage
On residential buildings in residential zones only.
 
Siting
Located wholly within property boundaries.
  
On windows only, not on roofs.
 
Size
Maximum combined area 10 m2.
 
Development standard
Does not exceed building height plane specified in clause 18.
 
Note—
Non-structural; capable of ready removal/retraction; canvas/plastic material or the like (not corrugated iron).
Balustrades
Heritage
Not on a heritage item.
  
Not on the front facade in a conservation area.
 
Type
Replacement only.
 
Size
Maximum height 1 m.
Barbecues
(built structures)
Foreshore
Not within foreshore building area.
 
Siting
Located in rear yard.
  
Minimum 0.9 m from property boundary.
 
Size
Maximum area 2 m2.
  
Maximum height 1.8 m.
 
Structure
Unroofed.
 
Development standard
Does not exceed building height plane specified in clause 18.
  
Landscaped area is no less than that required by clause 20.
Bed and breakfast accommodation
Usage
Involves the use of an existing lawful dwelling by its permanent residents for the temporary accommodation of visitors for commercial purposes.
  
No employees other than permanent residents of the dwelling.
  
No display or sale of goods from the premises.
  
Would not have required the registration of the premises under sections 10–13 of the Shops and Industries Act 1962 as in force immediately before their repeal.
 
Amenity
No interference with the amenity of the surrounding residents or neighbourhood.
 
Advertising
No display of advertisements on the premises (other than a notice or sign exhibited on that dwelling to indicate the name and occupation of the resident).
 
Dwelling
A maximum of 3 guest bedrooms, accommodating no more than 6 persons total.
 
Type
A minimum of 2 bathrooms.
 
Fire safety
Has a smoke detection system that complies with relevant Australian Standards.
  
Has smoke alarms and evacuation lighting in accordance with The Housing Provisions of the Building Code of Australia as applicable to a Class 1b building.
  
Has a fire extinguisher and fire blanket in the kitchen.
 
Approval
Approval has been obtained from the owners corporation, or the community, precinct or neighbourhood association, where a dwelling is subject to the Strata Schemes Management Act 1996 or the Community Land Management Act 1989.
 
Food safety
Must comply with the relevant provisions of the Food Standards Code within the meaning of the Food Act 2003 and the Food Regulation 2004 under that Act.
  
Must comply with any notification requirement under the Food Act 2003 in relation to the conduct of a food business prior to the commencement of the food business
Bird aviaries
(including poultry)
Foreshore
Not within foreshore building area.
 
Usage
Used only for domestic purposes.
 
Siting
Located in rear yard.
  
Minimum 0.9 m from boundary.
  
Not within 6 m of any habitable room of any dwelling.
 
Size
Maximum area 10 m2.
  
Maximum height 1.8 m.
 
Development standard
Does not exceed building height plane specified in clause 18.
  
Landscaped area is no less than that required by clause 20.
Bushfire hazard reduction
Work
Work to be carried out consistently with a plan of operations and a bush fire risk management plan under the Rural Fires Act 1997.
Cabanas, garden sheds, gazebos, greenhouses
Foreshore
Not within foreshore building line.
 
Usage
Not used as a dwelling or habitable room.
 
Siting
Located in rear yard.
  
Minimum 0.9 m from property boundary.
 
Size
Maximum area 10 m2.
  
Maximum height 2.7 m.
 
Structure
Free-standing.
  
Structurally stable and securely anchored.
 
Materials
Non-reflective surface finishes.
 
Development standard
Does not exceed building height plane specified in clause 18.
  
Landscaped area is no less than that required by clause 20.
Change of use of building:
  
1  Change of use of one shop to another shop
(excluding refreshment rooms or takeaway food shops)
Type
Previous use was a lawful use.
 
Usage
Must be a permissible use in the zone.
  
Must comply with any condition of consent.
  
Existing use rights do not apply.
  
Obtain a Trade Waste Agreement with Sydney Water Corporation, if the specific use results in the discharge of trade waste.
 
Duration
No extension to hours outside existing approved hours of operation.
 
Size
No change to approved area of premises.
 
Registration
Where the use requires registration under other legislation, registration must be obtained.
2  Change of use of a refreshment room or takeaway food shop to a shop
Type
Previous use was a lawful use.
 
Usage
Must be a permissible use in the zone.
  
Must comply with any condition of consent.
  
Existing use rights do not apply.
  
Obtain a Trade Waste Agreement with Sydney Water Corporation, if the specific use results in the discharge of trade waste.
 
Duration
No extension to hours outside existing approved hours of operation.
 
Size
Floor area not to exceed 200 m2.
  
No change to approved area of premises.
 
Registration
Where the use requires registration under other legislation, registration must be obtained.
3  Change of use of one refreshment room to another refreshment room
Type
Previous use was a lawful use.
 
Usage
Must be a permissible use in the zone.
  
Must comply with any condition of consent.
  
Existing use rights do not apply.
  
Obtain a Trade Waste Agreement with Sydney Water Corporation, if the specific use results in the discharge of trade waste.
 
Duration
No extension to hours outside existing approved hours of operation.
 
Size
Floor area not to exceed 200 m2.
  
No change to approved area of premises.
 
Registration
Where the use requires registration under other legislation, registration must be obtained.
4  Change of use of one type of commercial premises to another type of commercial premises
Type
Previous use was a lawful use.
 
Usage
Must be a permissible use in the zone.
  
Must comply with any condition of consent.
  
Existing use rights do not apply.
  
Not in a residential D zone.
  
Obtain a Trade Waste Agreement with Sydney Water Corporation, if the specific use results in the discharge of trade waste.
 
Duration
No extension to hours outside existing approved hours of operation.
 
Size
No change to approved area of premises.
 
Registration
Where the use requires registration under other legislation, registration must be obtained.
5  Change of use of one type of commercial premises to a shop
Type
Previous use was a lawful use.
 
Usage
Must be a permissible use in the zone.
  
Must comply with any condition of consent.
  
Existing use rights do not apply.
  
Obtain a Trade Waste Agreement with Sydney Water Corporation, if the specific use results in the discharge of trade waste.
 
Duration
No extension to hours outside existing approved hours of operation.
 
Size
No change to approved area of premises.
 
Registration
Where the use requires registration under other legislation, registration must be obtained.
Clothes hoist/lines
Siting
Located in rear yard.
  
Not visible from street or public place.
Decks/verandahs
Heritage
Not on the site of a heritage item.
  
Behind the building line in a conservation area.
 
Siting
Side setbacks minimum 0.9 m from property boundary or match those for existing dwelling, whichever is greater.
  
Minimum 10 m setback from any adjoining land in the Bushland zone.
 
Foreshore
Not within the foreshore building area.
 
Size
Maximum area 10 m2.
  
Finished level not greater than 0.5 m above existing ground level.
 
Structure
Uncovered.
 
Materials
Made of timber.
 
Development standard
Landscaped area is no less than that required by clause 20.
Demolition of building/structure:
  
1  Demolition of building
eg pergolas, sheds, fences, decks etc
Heritage
Not of a heritage item.
  
Not of a building in a conservation area, unless the building is an uncharacteristic element in the conservation area.
 
Type
Demolition of part of a building (other than a retaining wall) the erection of which would be exempt development for the purpose of this plan.
  
May involve non-structural demolition associated with decommissioning a building, but not involving any change to the external fabric or internal structure of the building.
  
May involve stripping of internal, non-structural elements only of a building for maintenance or repair purposes.
 
Works
Provision is made for erosion and sediment control in accordance with the Council’s brochure called Erosion and Sediment Control for Urban Redevelopment.
2  Demolition of structure
Heritage
Not of a heritage item.
  
Not of a structure in a conservation area, unless the structure is an uncharacteristic element in the conservation area.
 
Type
Demolition of a structure the erection of which would be exempt development for the purpose of this plan.
 
Size
Maximum area of structure 25 m2.
 
Works
Demolition carried out in accordance with Australian Standard AS 2601—2001, Demolition of structures.
Display of goods on the footpath
Usage
Used in conjunction with an existing shop for which consent has been granted in an area that is zoned commercial, mixed use or residential D.
  
Permit must be obtained from the Council.
  
Must not involve any live or recorded entertainment including music, broadcast programs, flashing lights or the like.
  
Must not include sandwich boards or any other form of advertising placed on the ground.
 
Location
Area is immediately adjoining the shop front and does not obstruct access to this or to adjacent shops.
 
Siting
A minimum of 1.8 m of footpath, immediately adjacent to the roadway, remains clear of goods.
 
Size
Area is no greater than 5 m2.
 
Structure
Goods are displayed at ground level or on stable, temporary structures no higher than 1.5 m.
  
Goods are not stacked.
  
No construction work involved.
  
No permanent structures.
 
Advertising
No signs or advertising displayed on footpath.
  
All goods, materials and equipment are temporary and removed from the footpath at close of business.
Driveways and pathways
Heritage
Not on the site of a heritage item or on the street elevation in a conservation area.
 
Siting
Not over public land.
  
Does not require new gutter crossing, or new opening in front boundary fence.
 
Structure
Not elevated or suspended above existing ground level.
  
Replacement only.
 
Drainage
Does not increase rate or concentration of stormwater run-off to neighbouring properties.
 
Development standard
Landscaped area is no less than that required by clause 20.
Fences:
(other than fences required to be erected by the Swimming Pools Act 1992)
Heritage
Not on the site of a heritage item or adjacent to a heritage item.
  
Not forward of the front building line on a site in a conservation area.
 
Foreshore
Not within foreshore building area.
1  Boundary fences:
  
(a)  Front and side
(between the building line and street or any other public place)
Materials
Constructed of timber, metal or lightweight materials.
 
Size
Maximum height 1 m.
(b)  Side
(between the building line and the rear boundary) and rear
Materials
Constructed of timber, metal or lightweight materials.
 
Size
Maximum height 1.8 m.
2  Masonry or brick fences
Size
Maximum height 0.9 m.
 
Structure
Constructed in accordance with relevant Australian Standards.
Fire upgrading of a building
Heritage
Not in relation to a heritage item.
 
Type
Does not involve structural alterations or changes to the external configuration of the building.
  
Must obtain certification from a grade 1 or 2 Accredited Certifier that works have been completed in accordance with Building Code of Australia fire safety requirements.
 
Work
Work to be carried out in compliance with the requirements of an order of the Council or as an approved voluntary fire safety upgrade.
 
Note—
Approval for a voluntary fire safety upgrade requires a letter of approval from the Council.
Home occupations
Usage
No employees other than permanent residents of the dwelling or dwelling-house.
  
No display or sale of goods from the premises.
  
Not restricted premises.
  
Would not have required the registration of the premises under sections 10–13 of the Shops and Industries Act 1962 as in force immediately before their repeal.
 
Amenity
No interference with the amenity of the surrounding residents or neighbours.
 
Advertising
No display of advertisements on the premises (other than a notice or sign exhibited on that dwelling to indicate the name and occupation of the resident).
 
Note—
Owners corporation (body corporate) approval is required for home occupation in a unit or flat.
Letterbox
Usage
Designed for use and used in conjunction with residential premises.
  
Not more than 2 letterboxes per site.
 
Size
Maximum height 1.2 m above ground level.
 
Structure
Structurally stable with adequate footings.
 
Numbering
Recognised numbering visible from street alignment.
Maintenance to heritage items and/or properties within a conservation area
Heritage
On the site of a heritage item or in a conservation area:
(a)  only minor conservation works,
(b)  no adverse effect on heritage significance,
(c)  the proponent has notified the Council in writing of the proposed development and the Council has advised the proponent in writing before the development is carried out that it is satisfied that development consent is not required because of this exemption.
No impact on heritage significance.
 
Type
Repainting of existing painted surfaces.
  
Replacement of guttering, handrails, steps, fences, roofs (excluding skylights), driveways, doors, windows and gates and the like.
  
Repointing.
  
No change to windows and door openings.
  
No change to roof configuration.
  
Contributes to conservation of the building.
 
Size
No change in dimensions of building or its elements.
  
No additional structures.
 
Materials
Replacing existing materials with the same materials.
  
Replacing with materials that would originally have been used subject to engineers certification that roof structure can carry the load.
  
Replacement windows and doors match existing original windows and doors.
Minor external alterations:
Heritage
Not to a heritage item.
  
Not in a conservation area.
 
Type
Attached fittings, bagging, maintenance, painting, rendering and repair, or the like.
1  Re-cladding of roofs or walls
Heritage
Not carried out on a heritage item or adjacent to a heritage item.
  
Not in a conservation area.
 
Type
Replacing existing materials with similar materials that are compatible with the existing building and finish.
  
Does not involve structural alterations or change to the external configuration of the building.
2  Replacement of windows, glazed areas, external doors
Heritage
Not involving a heritage item or on the street elevation in a conservation area.
 
Size
Does not reduce or increase light and ventilation.
  
Does not change opacity.
 
Materials
Replacement in residential premises with materials that comply with Australian Standards.
Minor internal alterations:
  
1  Residential premises
Heritage
Not to a heritage item.
 
Type
Non-structural work.
  
Renovation of bathrooms, kitchens, inclusion of built-in fixtures such as vanities, cupboards and wardrobes.
  
Replacement of:
(a)  doors, or
(b)  linings (wall, ceiling or floor), or
(c)  deteriorated frame members,
with materials of equal or improved specifications.
  
Does not involve structural changes to the internal layout of the dwelling or removal of load bearing wall.
  
Painting undertaken on existing painted surfaces.
2  Non-residential premises
Heritage
Not to a heritage item.
 
Type
Non load-bearing work such as shelving, displays, benches, partitions.
  
Building has a current fire safety measures schedule.
 
Work
Complies with fire safety requirements of the Building Code of Australia.
  
Does not involve, alter or interfere with the performance of any fire safety measure identified in the current fire safety measures schedule.
 
Usage
Complies with NSW food safety standards.
  
Not a take-away food shop or drive-in take-away food shop.
 
Size
Does not increase floor space.
Outdoor dining
Usage
Used in conjunction with an existing refreshment room for which consent has been granted in an area that is zoned commercial, mixed use or residential D.
  
Permit must be obtained from the Council.
  
Does not involve any live or recorded entertainment including music, broadcast programs, flashing lights, or the like.
 
Location
Area is immediately adjoining refreshment room and does not obstruct access to this, or to adjacent shops.
 
Siting
A minimum of 1.8 m between the seating and roadway remains clear of seating.
 
Size
No greater than 5 m2.
 
Structure
Except where approved by the Council, does not use any permanent structures to delineate the area to be used for the accommodation of diners or for the display of goods.
  
Where approved by the Council, uses removable screens or removable planter boxes, no higher than 0.5 m, to delineate the outdoor area.
 
Amenity
All materials and equipment are temporary and are removed from the footpath at close of business.
  
No construction work involved.
 
Advertising
No signs or advertising displayed on the footpath.
  
Display only the name or logo of the establishment on furniture and equipment.
  
Do not display any general advertising.
  
Do not place sandwich boards on the footpath.
 
Umbrellas
Subject to approval under existing permit, installation of up to 3 separate umbrellas.
  
Maximum diameter of 1 m.
 
Note—
Private use on public land is subject to licence agreement with the Council and issue of permit.
Park and street furniture, and engineering works undertaken by the Council only on public land
(seats, bins, picnic tables, minor shelters, bollards, seawalls, fences and the like, not including bus shelters)
Heritage
Consultation must be undertaken with the Council’s conservation planner when involving a heritage item or property within a conservation area.
 
Location
Located on land under control of the Council.
 
Siting
Does not affect sight lines or restrict pedestrian movement.
 
Structure
Structurally stable and securely anchored.
 
Consultation
Is included in a plan that has been subject to public consultation and approved by the Council resolution eg streetscape project, public domain strategy, public works program.
Patio/paving
(for use incidental to the use of a dwelling)
Heritage
Not on the site of a heritage item.
  
Not forward of the front building line on a site in a conservation area.
 
Siting
At existing ground level.
 
Size
Maximum combined area 20 m2 for site.
  
Soft landscaping is at least 80% of total landscaped area of the site.
 
Drainage
No entry of water into a building.
  
No increase in rate or concentration of stormwater run-off from the site.
 
Development standard
Landscaped area is no less than that required by clause 20.
Pergola
(not vergola or the like)
Heritage
Not on the site of a heritage item or on the street elevation in a conservation area.
 
Type
Not roofed or enclosed.
 
Siting
Minimum 0.9 m from property boundary.
 
Size
Maximum area 20 m2.
  
Maximum height 2.4 m.
 
Structure
Structurally stable and securely anchored.
 
Development standard
Landscaped area is no less than that required by clause 20.
Playground equipment, cubby houses etc:
  
1  If for residential use only
Siting
Minimum 0.9 m from side property boundaries.
  
Rear yard only.
 
Size
Maximum height 2.1 m.
  
Maximum area 10 m2.
 
Structure
Structurally stable and securely anchored.
 
Development standard
Landscaped area is no less than that required by clause 20.
2  If for non-residential use eg child care, schools
Type
Not for commercial use.
 
Siting
Minimum 3 m from side and rear property boundaries.
 
Size
Maximum height 2.1 m.
 
Structure
Structurally stable and securely anchored.
3  On community land
(as defined by the Local Government Act 1993)
Type
Replacing existing equipment only.
 
Consultation
Works have been subjected to a public participation process ie public consultation, have been approved by the Council and included in Capital Works Budget.
Ponds, fountains, water features
Size
Maximum height 1.8 m.
 
Structure
Freestanding or on a masonry or brick structure.
  
Not on boundary fence.
  
Not attached to wooden fence.
Retaining walls
Foreshore
Not within the foreshore building area.
 
Usage
Does not restrict or alter stormwater drainage.
 
Size
Maximum height 0.5 m from existing ground level.
 
Structure
Masonry and timber walls to comply with relevant Australian Standards.
Skylight/rooflight/air vent
Heritage
Not attached to a heritage item.
  
Not on the front facade of a building in a conservation area.
 
Usage
Not more than one installation per 25 m2 of roof area.
 
Siting
Minimum 0.9 m from property boundary.
  
Minimum 0.9 m from any common wall between attached dwellings.
  
Minimum 1.8 m from any rooflight in another building on the lot or in a detached part of the same building.
 
Size
Maximum area of skylight not to exceed 20% of the roof plane on which it is located.
Solar water heater
(attached to a residential building)
Heritage
Not attached to a heritage item.
 
Foreshore
Not within the foreshore building area.
 
Siting
Located on rear of property.
  
Not visible from street, foreshores or reserves.
 
Structure
Installation must be flush with a roof alignment.
Telecommunications facilities
Refer to the Telecommunications (Low-impact Facilities) Determination 1997 of the Commonwealth under the Telecommunications Act 1997 of the Commonwealth.
Temporary structures on roads and open space
Usage
Structure is for purposes of a public market, gala, exhibition, entertainment or festival for which a permit has been issued by the Council.
 
Roads
Road lawfully closed for event.
  
Only on roads adjoining land in the commercial, mixed use or residential D zone.
 
Location
Does not obstruct pedestrian access to shops or other premises.
  
Does not obstruct footpaths.
 
Structure
Erected no more than 12 hours before event.
  
No disturbance to road or ground surface, or street furniture.
  
Maximum height 3 m.
 
Removal
All temporary structures, goods and litter removed within 12 hours after the end of the event.
  
No temporary structure to remain in place longer than 24 hours.
 
Goods display
Goods are displayed at ground level or on stable, temporary structures no higher than 1.5 m.
 
Consultation
Is included in a plan that has been subject to public consultation and approved by the Council resolution eg streetscape project, public domain strategy, public works program.
Water heaters (excluding solar systems, which are dealt with separately in this table)
Siting
Subject to the following, all water heaters must be located on ground level and behind the building line.
  
Instant gas water heaters may be located on balconies, but only if they are near floor level and not visible from a public place.
 
Foreshore
Not within foreshore building area.
Water tanks (other than in conservation areas)
Water tanks in conservation areas
Heritage
Not to a heritage item.
 
Siting
At or above ground level.
  
Located in the rear yard or positioned so as not to be visible from a public place or cause impact on a neighbour’s amenity.
 
Size
Maximum installed height 1.8m above ground level (including any stand).
 
sch 6: Am 29.10.2004. Subst 2006 (382), Sch 1 [23]. Am 2007 (68), Sch 1 [15]; 2007 (100), Sch 1 [6]; 2007 (101), Sch 1 [2]–[4]; 2007 (102), Sch 1 [8].
Schedule 7 Complying development
(Clause 13)
Note—
State Environmental Planning Policy No 10—Retention of Low-Cost Rental Accommodation, Clause 5 restricts the application of complying development in relation to low-cost rental accommodation.
Section 76A (6) of the Act states that complying development is not available in the case of:
(a)  designated development, or
(b)  development that requires the concurrence of a person other than the consent authority, or the Director-General of the Department of Environment and Conservation, or
(c)  land that is critical habitat or a wilderness area, or
(d)  a heritage item subject to an interim heritage order or listed in an LEP or other planning instrument, or
(e)  land that is an environmentally sensitive area.
Clause 13 of this plan states:
  
(1)  Subject to the provisions of the Act, development is complying development if it is development which:
(a)  is permissible, with consent, in the zone in which it is to be carried out, and
(b)  is listed in a development category in Schedule 7, and
(c)  satisfies all of the requirements specified in the standards for the relevant development category in Schedule 7, and
(d)  complies with all development standards specified in the provisions of this plan which would apply to the development if it were not complying development, and
(e)  would not be carried out on land reserved for acquisition by a public authority as identified in an environmental planning instrument.
(2)  A complying development certificate issued for any such development is subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 8.
(3)  A complying development certificate that relates to the erection of builders’ sheds or portable facilities must:
(a)  state that the sheds or toilet facilities are temporary buildings, and
(b)  specify a removal date that is no later than one year after the date of issue of the complying development certificate.
Part 1 Single storey dwellings—not in conservation areas
Requirements
All building work complies with the “deemed-to-satisfy” provisions of the Building Code of Australia.
Development does not contravene any valid consents that are applicable to the relevant site.
Complies with residential controls in this plan and North Sydney Development Control Plan 2002 that is, with provisions regulating building height, building height plane, landscaped area and lot size.
Maximum building height of 5.5 m.
Common controls
Controls—Acoustic privacy for residents
Noise levels within dwellings, with windows closed, do not exceed the following:
(a)  recreation/work areas—40dB(A),
(b)  sleeping areas—35dB(A).
Controls—Attics
No attic rooms.
Controls—Car parking
Do not provide underground parking for detached dwellings.
Carparking does not exceed the maximum requirements in North Sydney Development Control Plan 2002.
Controls—Decks
No decks or balconies above ground floor level.
Controls—Dormers
No new or enlarged dormers.
Controls—Fences
Do not build front fences higher than 1 m.
Do not build solid front fences (such as masonry, lapped and capped timber, brushwood) higher than 0.9 m.
Controls—Foreshore
Not within the foreshore building line or on foreshore.
Controls—Form, massing and scale
Finish the height of the ceiling of the ground floor no higher than 3.4 m (measured vertically at any point above existing ground level).
Controls—Landscaped area
Provide landscaped area in accordance with clause 20 and North Sydney Development Control Plan 2002.
If the landscaped area of a site, expressed as a percentage of site area, is less than the minimum landscaped area percentage set out for that site in clause 20, that landscaped area must not be reduced.
Provide a minimum of 80% of the landscaped area as soft landscaped elements such as gardens, lawns, shrubs and trees.
Finish the level of landscaped area to within 0.5 m of existing ground level.
Do not contravene the Council’s Tree Preservation Order.
Do not undertake works within the drip line of any tree that has a height greater than 10 m, or a girth greater than 1.5 m measured 1 m above the base of the tree.
Controls—Laneways
Where a laneway is the principal frontage address dwelling to the lane, do not conceal the front facade behind high walls, fences or garages.
Do not cover more than 50% of the width of the laneway frontage with car spaces of any kind, or car park entrances.
Where a property has a frontage less than 7.5 m, do not provide more than one car space.
Setback all new and rebuilt fences and structures 1.2 m from the laneway alignment and landscape the setback with appropriate low maintenance plants.
Controls—Overshadowing
No increase in overshadowing to principal area of ground level private open space, habitable rooms or solar panels of any adjoining properties, between the hours of 9 am and 3 pm on 21 June.
Controls—Privacy
If a window will have a direct outlook to the windows of habitable rooms of an adjacent dwelling, the window in the proposed dwelling:
(a)  is offset from the edge of one window to the edge of the other by a distance of at least 0.5 m to limit views into the adjacent window, or
(b)  has sill heights of at least 1.5 m above floor level, or
(c)  has fixed obscure glazing in any part of the window below 1.5 m above floor level, or
(d)  provides a fence at least 1.8 m high between the buildings.
Controls—Properties adjoining bushland
Not adjacent to bushland (consult zoning map for properties with a boundary to bushland).
Controls—Roofs
Must have a pitched roof.
Maximum roof pitch of 36 degrees.
Minimum roof pitch of 26 degrees for a roof visible from any public place.
Minimum roof pitch of 14 degrees for a roof not visible from any public place.
Roof openings for skylights not visible on the primary street elevation of the dwelling.
Controls—Setbacks
All building work is set back behind the front building line. (The front building line being the line projected between the principal facades of the buildings on adjoining properties.)
All building work is set back by an average of the setback of the dwellings on land either side of the subject property, from the side and rear boundaries of the property, or a minimum of 0.9 m, whichever is the greater.
The eaves and roof gutter of any structure are a minimum distance, from the boundary, of 0.675 m.
Controls—Topography
Finish all ground levels no greater than 0.5 m from existing ground levels.
Locate all habitable rooms (does not include bathrooms, laundries and storerooms) above the existing ground level.
Do not remove or cover rock outcrops, overhangs, boulders, sandstone platforms or sandstone retaining walls.
Do not excavate closer than 1 m to any boundary.
No excavation, footings or foundations within 1 m of any boundary.
Ensure soil depth around buildings can sustain trees as well as shrubs and smaller scale gardens.
Controls—Water and soil management
The land surrounding any structure is graded and drained to divert surface water to the street and clear of existing and proposed structures and adjoining premises (and does not require pumpouts, charged lines or on-site disposal).
No construction over any registered easement without the approval of the owners corporation (body corporate) or relevant land owner benefiting from the easement.
No structure is constructed within 1 m of a sewer or water main without the prior approval of the relevant service authority, or relevant land owner, and must be in accordance with Sydney Water Corporation’s policy relating to building over or adjacent to sewers.
The development must comply with an erosion and sediment control plan that contains measures as to how erosion will be controlled and sediments trapped on building sites, in accordance with the Council’s brochure called Erosion and Sediment Control for Urban Development. The plan must accord with the guidelines for preparing an erosion and sediment control plan found in the brochure called Preparing an Erosion and Sediment Control Plan available from the Council.
Minimum requirements in relation to the erosion and sediment control plan are:
(a)  providing a single stabilised entry/exit point for site access, and
(b)  diverting run-off away from disturbed areas and stockpiles towards stabilised areas using banks or channels, and
(c)  sediment fences being installed downslope to treat site run-off, and
(d)  gutter protection being used only as a precautionary measure if there is a risk of untreated run-off entering the waterways, and
(e)  building material stockpiles being located and managed in accordance with the guidelines, and
(f)  as soon as the roof is complete, temporary or permanent downpipes being installed for roof water drainage, and
(g)  dust minimisation in accordance with the guidelines.
Controls—Views
Do not obstruct views from streets and other public places, as identified in the character statement in North Sydney Development Control Plan 2002.
Development categories
Construction of detached, single storey dwelling without attic rooms: additional controls
Controls—Building height
Must comply with the requirements of clause 17 concerning building heights.
Controls—Energy efficiency
Dwelling achieves a minimum 4 Star Rating when assessed in accordance with nationally accredited National House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS).
Controls—Lot frontage
Lot must have a minimum street frontage of 10 m.
Controls—Maintaining residential accommodation
There is no loss of residential accommodation on the site.
Controls—Streetscape
The street elevation of dwellings have:
(a)  a front door and window of a habitable room facing the street, and
(b)  a maximum unarticulated length of no more than 6 m elevation facing the public street.
Alterations and additions to a dwelling house: additional controls
Controls—Colours and materials
Match the design of the main dwelling by having the same or similar roof form, materials, colours and detailing.
Part 2 Single storey dwellings—in conservation areas
Requirements
All building work complies with the “deemed-to-satisfy” provisions of the Building Code of Australia.
Development must not contravene any valid consents that are applicable to the relevant site.
Development category
Alterations and additions behind the rear building line, not visible from a public place
Controls—Acoustic privacy for residents
Noise levels within dwellings, with windows closed, do not exceed the following:
(a)  recreation/work areas—40dB(A),
(b)  sleeping areas—35dB(A).
Controls—Attics
No attic rooms.
Controls—Car parking
Do not provide underground parking for detached dwellings.
Car parking does not exceed the maximum requirements in North Sydney Development Control Plan 2002.
Controls—Decks
No decks or balconies above ground floor level.
Controls—Dormers
No new or enlarged dormers.
Controls—Foreshore
Not within the foreshore building line or on foreshore.
Controls—Heritage, gardens and plantings
No removal of trees, garden designs or plantings of heritage significance.
Controls—Landscaped area
Provide landscaped area in accordance with clause 20 and North Sydney Development Control Plan 2002.
If the landscaped area of a site, expressed as a percentage of site area, is less than the minimum landscaped area percentage set out for that site in clause 20, that landscaped area must not be reduced.
Provide a minimum of 80% of the landscaped area as soft landscaped elements such as gardens, lawns, shrubs and trees.
Finish the level of landscaped area to within 0.5 m of existing ground level.
Do not contravene the Council’s Tree Preservation Order.
Do not undertake works within the drip line of any tree that has a height greater than 10 m, or a girth greater than 1.5 m measured 1 m above the base of the tree.
Controls—Laneways
Where a laneway is the principal frontage address dwelling to the lane, do not conceal the front facade behind high walls, fences or garages.
Do not cover more than 50% of the width of the laneway frontage with car spaces of any kind, or car park entrances.
Where a property has a frontage less than 7.5 m, do not provide more than one car space.
Set back all new and rebuilt fences and structures 1.2 m from the laneway alignment and landscape the setback with appropriate low maintenance plants.
Controls—Overshadowing
No increase in overshadowing to principal area of ground level private open space, habitable rooms or solar panels of any adjoining properties, between the hours of 9 am and 3 pm on 21 June.
Controls—Privacy