Public domain works to be provided under a voluntary planning agreement (VPA) are often associated with works arising from a development application (DA).
Before a VPA can be prepared, a public benefit offer must be submitted to the City of Sydney for review and agreement of the works or the contribution proposed. The draft VPA will then be publicly advertised before it is formally agreed.
Works proposed under a VPA must be documented and approved by the City. This requires information to be submitted, similar to the requirements for works required under a DA.
Submissions and approvals
Detailed information about the submission and approval of works under a VPA are outlined in the Public Domain Manual (download below).
For further information about public domain works required under a VPA, please contact:
Public Domain team
02 9246 email@example.com
If you wish to enquire about other works in the public domain such as outdoor dining licences, technical specifications for works on public streets and footpaths, applications for land owner's consent, temporary construction work or hoardings, follow the links below or please contact our Customer Service team on 02 9265 9333.
|Public domain manual||Word 2.3 MB||Download|
|Checklist: public domain plan||PDF 135.4 KB||Download|
|Footpath levels and gradients approval application||PDF 49.7 KB||Download|
|Checklist: alignment levels||PDF 135.2 KB||Download|
|Sydney lights design code||PDF 15.9 MB||Download|
|Sydney streets code 2013: part 1||PDF 5.0 MB||Download|
|Sydney streets code 2013: part 2||PDF 8.9 MB||Download|
|Sydney streets code 2013: part 3||PDF 1.5 MB||Download|
|Sydney streets code 2013: part 4||PDF 3.2 MB||Download|
|Stormwater drainage connection information||PDF 477.2 KB||Download|
|Stormwater drainage connection approval application||PDF 41.3 KB||Download|
|Stormwater drainage manual||PDF 221.2 KB||Download|
|Stormwater drainage manual||Word 48.1 KB||Download|
|Temporary structure application – hoardings, scaffolding and other||PDF 91.0 KB||Download|
Last updated: Wednesday, 8 May 2013