The Amended Warriewood Valley Strategic Review Addendum Report (2018) is the contemporary strategic document that informs the development opportunities in the Warriewood Valley Land Release area.
Warriewood Valley Contributions Plan Amendment 16 Revision 3 - August 2018 came into effect on 1 September 2018 and provides the levying of the development contributions that facilitate the delivery of infrastructure in/adjacent to the release area.
The Planning Framework 1997, the STP Buffer Sector Planning Framework 2001, and the Planning Framework 2010 are historic strategic documents that informed the rezoning and development of the Warriewood Valley release area since its inception.
These documents were superseded in 2013 by the Warriewood Valley Strategic Review Report prepared by Pittwater Council in partnership with NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure, and endorsed by then Director – General of Planning.
This was subsequently amended by the Warriewood Valley Strategic Review Addendum Report in 2014, to address the other properties not afforded a forward planning direction by the original Warriewood Valley Strategic Review.
Originally, Warriewood Valley was developed on a sector-by-sector basis, using Sector Masterplans to co-ordinate site development, access and the delivery of infrastructure. Since 2013 individual properties are not subject to a Sector Masterplan and can be developed individually.
Sector by Sector - approach prior to 2013
The following Sectors were rezoned and developed in accordance with the Sector Masterplans prepared by the landowner(s):
- Sector 1
- Sector 2
- Sector 6
- Sector 7
- Sector 8 except for 23B Macpherson Street known as Sector 801
- Sector 10 except for 109 Orchard Street (now known as Sector 10B)
- Sector 11
- Sector 12
- Sector 20
The following Sectors were not completed or constructed in accordance with the Sector Masterplan:
- Sectors 301, 302 and 303
- Sector 501 (formerly Sector 5) the Sector Masterplan was not implemented. Individual landowners have now lodged a development application for each parcel.
These documents set out the detailed requirements for the public domain, transport and drainage infrastructure that accompanies any new development in the Warriewood Valley Release Area.
- Warriewood Valley Release Area Landscape Masterplan and Design Guidelines (2018) 7.5MB
- Warriewood Valley Roads Masterplan (2018)
- Warriewood Valley Urban Land Release Water Management Specification (2001)
Approval under Part 3A
In December 2009, the landowner of 14-18 Boondah Road Warriewood (now known as 79-81 Macpherson Street and Buffer Area 3a) lodged an application to then NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure for consideration under Part 3A of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act. The Planning Assessment Commission was the consent authority for this application, and subsequent applications on the subject property.
The Planning and Assessment Commission approved the application on 18 January 2011. Information relating to the Major Project may be viewed via the Planning and Assessment Commission website.