The technical consultants reports commissioned for this project inform the development of the structure plan for the Ingleside precinct. These reports address the tasks listed in their scope of works.

At this stage the consultant reports are considered as draft reports and will not be finalised until such time as the Structure Plan for Ingleside is placed on formal exhibition with the Planning Package.

Released December 2016

In December 2016 the NSW Department of Planning & Environment released the Draft Structure Plan and suite of consultant reports that informed the development of the Draft Plan and Draft Land Use Infrastructure Strategy.

Additionally, Northern Beaches Council released the Ingleside Precinct Sustainability Peer Review & Strategy Analysis prepared by Kinesis.

Early Draft (part release) 2015

A limited number of draft consultant reports were released in 2015. At the time, these draft reports were made available for stakeholders to review and make comment on; recognising that any comments received were: (1) passed onto the technical consultant to consider as part of later revision to their reports, (2) not treated as a formal submission and there was no feedback loop.

The draft consultant reports, released in 2015 are:

Released November 2014

In November 2014, the project discussion paper summarising the consultants preliminary recommendations that informed the 2014 Draft Structure Plan was released.

The discussion paper was prepared to inform the stakeholder engagement conducted in late November - early December 2014. See the presentation.

The Consultants executive summaries released in November 2014, were:

Released February 2014

In February 2014 the project partners released a discussion paper ahead of the stakeholder engagement, summarising the preliminary findings of the consultant studies and master planners on the opportunities and constraints that existed in Ingleside.

The paper was released early in the planning process to inform landowners and stakeholders of issues prior to the workshops held with the community in March 2014.