Your feedback on proposed changes to planning controls for 15–25 Hunter Street and 105–107 Pitt Street Sydney

Proposed changes to the site to allow a new commercial tower, while protecting sun access to Martin Place and improving connections for people walking in the area.

Project Status: Open for feedback

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What we’re doing  

We invite your feedback on proposed changes to the planning controls for 15–25 Hunter and 105–107 Pitt streets, Sydney.

The proposed changes will allow for a new commercial tower on the site, while protecting sun access to Martin Place and identifying a potential heritage item. Possible uses of the new tower include offices, retail and other business uses. The changes will also improve public spaces and connections for people walking.

This planning proposal will amend the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 and is consistent with the Central Sydney Planning Strategy, which allows increased building density and heights in suitable locations while protecting public spaces. These changes support productivity and economic growth in Central Sydney.

The draft development control plan provides further controls to guide development on the site, and will be consistent with the planning proposal amendments.

The draft planning agreement includes the timing for payment of monetary contributions for new infrastructure in Central Sydney, providing a publicly accessible through-site link, and environmentally sustainable development targets.

Documents relating to 15–25 Hunter Street and 105–107 Pitt Street, Sydney

Draft development control plan PDF · 897.26 KB · Last modified
Draft planning agreementPDF · 607 KB · Last modified

These documents provide background to the proposal

Gateway determinationPDF · 153.12 KB · Last modified
Council and Central Sydney Planning Committee resolutionsPDF · 285.38 KB · Last modified
Council report – Planning proposalPDF · 2.2 MB · Last modified
Planning proposal requestPDF · 7.99 MB · Last modified
Urban design report addendumPDF · 965 KB · Last modified
Appendix A – Urban design report – part 1PDF · 15.66 MB · Last modified
Appendix A – Urban design report – part 2PDF · 17.11 MB · Last modified
Appendix A – Urban design report – part 3PDF · 18.58 MB · Last modified
Appendix A – Urban design report – part 4PDF · 14.69 MB · Last modified
Appendix B – Site surveyPDF · 940.54 KB · Last modified
Appendix D – Design excellence strategyPDF · 773.95 KB · Last modified
Appendix E – Traffic impact assessmentPDF · 10.93 MB · Last modified
Appendix F – Heritage impact statement PDF · 7.14 MB · Last modified
Appendix G – Pedestrian environmental wind reportPDF · 4 MB · Last modified
Appendix H – Preliminary site investigation – part 1PDF · 15.22 MB · Last modified
Appendix H – Preliminary site investigation – part 2PDF · 12.24 MB · Last modified
Appendix I – Ecologically sustainable development reportPDF · 714.61 KB · Last modified
Appendix J – Pedestrian impact assessmentPDF · 17.8 MB · Last modified
Appendix K – Social and economic assessmentPDF · 18.75 MB · Last modified
Appendix L – Geotechnical desktop assessmentPDF · 246.77 KB · Last modified
Appendix M – Building services reportPDF · 2.25 MB · Last modified
Appendix N – Waste management planPDF · 5.11 MB · Last modified
Appendix O – Public art approachPDF · 290.35 KB · Last modified
Appendix Q – Consultation summaryPDF · 134.56 KB · Last modified
Appendix R – Structural statementPDF · 209.93 KB · Last modified
Appendix S – Sky view factor reportPDF · 21.16 MB · Last modified
Appendix T – Flood impact assessmentPDF · 2.38 MB · Last modified

Next steps

After public consultation, we will consider all submissions and report the results to Council and the Central Sydney Planning Committee.

If Council approves this planning proposal after public consultation, it can amend the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 on behalf of the Minister for Planning and Homes. The draft development control plan and draft planning agreement would be finalised by Council.

How you can give feedback

Consultation closes at 5pm on Friday 2 December.

Feedback may be published in publicly available reports at the end of the consultation period. Your name or organisation's name may appear in these reports with your feedback attributed. If you would like your feedback to be kept confidential, please let us know when making your submission.

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