A Review of Building Heights and Built Form in the Coffs Harbour CBD

PLEASE NOTE - The exhibition period for this project has now closed. The outcome of the exhibition will be reported to Council shortly.

Council is undertaking a study to review current development controls on the height and built form of the Coffs Harbour CBD. The term “built form” describes what a building looks like, how tall it is, how much of the lot it takes up, how far it is set back from the street, how many windows/doors it has visible from the street, and its architectural style.

On 7 December 2017 Council resolved to place a draft Review of the Coffs Harbour CBD Height and Built Form Controls on public exhibition until mid February. The exhibition period for this project has since closed and the outcome of the exhibition will be reported to Council shortly.

This study provides the opportunity for an independent perspective to help shape the future development of the Coffs Harbour CBD. We want to consider the range of issues that might affect planning for the CBD to balance the needs of residents, businesses, visitors and investors.

Learn more by referring to the "Document Library" on this site, which includes the draft Review and associated background documents.

Email or call us on

+612 6648 4657 - marten.bouma@chcc.nsw.gov.au or

+612 6648 4409 - sarah.parbery@chcc.nsw.gov.au or

+612 6648 4660 - sharon.smith@chcc.nsw.gov.au

PLEASE NOTE - The exhibition period for this project has now closed. The outcome of the exhibition will be reported to Council shortly.

Council is undertaking a study to review current development controls on the height and built form of the Coffs Harbour CBD. The term “built form” describes what a building looks like, how tall it is, how much of the lot it takes up, how far it is set back from the street, how many windows/doors it has visible from the street, and its architectural style.

On 7 December 2017 Council resolved to place a draft Review of the Coffs Harbour CBD Height and Built Form Controls on public exhibition until mid February. The exhibition period for this project has since closed and the outcome of the exhibition will be reported to Council shortly.

This study provides the opportunity for an independent perspective to help shape the future development of the Coffs Harbour CBD. We want to consider the range of issues that might affect planning for the CBD to balance the needs of residents, businesses, visitors and investors.

Learn more by referring to the "Document Library" on this site, which includes the draft Review and associated background documents.

Email or call us on

+612 6648 4657 - marten.bouma@chcc.nsw.gov.au or

+612 6648 4409 - sarah.parbery@chcc.nsw.gov.au or

+612 6648 4660 - sharon.smith@chcc.nsw.gov.au