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Planning tools

Access Eurobodalla Shire Council's planning, guidelines and tools. These plans, guidelines, strategies and maps guide planning in Eurobodalla Shire and will help you prepare your Development Application or planning proposal.

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GIS mapping

Geographic Information System (GIS Software) is display and analyses geographic and spatial data. Use Council's GIS tool to search for and view relevant property data.

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Development contributions plans

Development contribution plans set out the framework and requirements proposed to help fund, plan and deliver infrastructure and services to meet the needs of current and future Eurobodalla residents, in a planned and sustainable manner.

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Development control plans and codes

DCPs provide planning and building design guidelines for new development or alterations to existing development as a guide of what type of development is applicable in the locality.

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Local environmental plans

LEPs are the main planning tool to shape the future of communities and ensure local development is done appropriately and in an environmentally sensitive manner.

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Eurobodalla Settlement Strategy and other local strategies

Providing a framework to direct future planning and investment decisions over the next 25 years, the Settlement Strategy together with structure plans for Moruya, Narooma and Batemans Bay will inform the future Integrated Local Environmental Plan for the Shire.

NSW

South East and Tablelands Regional Plan

The NSW Planning and Environment blueprint for the next two decades reflects community and stakeholder aspirations and opportunities for balanced growth, while protecting its amazing natural environment. Read more: South East and Tablelands Regional Plan 2036