Mosman Council aims to protect and enhance the natural and built heritage of Mosman by managing development using Local and State Government legislation, and Council’s own strategies and policies. These include the Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012 (LEP) and Mosman development control plans (DCPs). Through these strategies and plans Council seeks to meet the needs of existing and future generations, whilst ensuring that development complements, retains and reinforces Mosman’s sense of place and identity.
Mosman Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2012 is the main planning document for Mosman, protecting the unique lifestyle and character of Mosman.
DCPs are plans adopted by Council to support the Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012.
Contributions Plans authorise Council to levy a monetary contribution which is used towards the provision of public amenities and services.
The Planning Agreements Policy sets out the process for entering into a Planning Agreement with Council.
Plans of Management are prepared for community land to guide its future use and managements by Council.