Development Applications Advertised

Development Applications and Complying Development Certificates:    

Determinations issued – February 2017

Section 101 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, as amended, precludes a challenge to the validity of consent more than three (3) months after the date of public notification of the consent. Consents are available for public inspection, free of charge, during ordinary office hours at Council’s Church Street office.  In accordance with Section 101 of the Act and Clause 124 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000, the following determinations are publicly notified:

DA 33/16-17  Residential - Single new dwelling at 395 Grafton Street, Glen Innes;

DA 40/16-17  Residential - Alterations and Additions at 141 Lang Street, Glen Innes;

DA 44/16-17  Commercial/retial/office at 17 Kilkenny Place, Glen Innes;

DA 14/16-17 CANCELLED  Residential - Single new dwelling at 102 Tenterfiled street, Deepwater.

CDC 14/16-17  Residential - Alterations and Additions at 201a Bourke Street, Glen Innes;

CDC 15/16-17  Residential - Alterations and Additions at 9 Camp Street, Glencoe;

CDC 16/16-17  Residential - Alterations and Additions at 50 Grey Street, Glen Innes;

CDC 18/16-17  Residential - Alterations and Additions at 10 Camp Street, Glencoe;

CDC 19/16-17  Residential - Alterations and Additions at 45 Macquarie Street, Glen Innes.


Property Title: Lot 2 DP 1008294
Applicant’s Name: Aus Tin Mining Ltd
The Proposal: Stage 1 – Trial Mine and Processing Plant
Exhibition Period Starts:   Thursday, 16 March 2017
Exhibition Period Ends:    Monday, 17 April 2017
Consent & Determining Authority: Glen Innes Severn Council

The application is “local development” and “integrated” under the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979 and Environmental Planning & Assessment Regulations 2000. It also requires approval from NSW Environment Protection Authority pursuant to Section 91A(2) of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979.

Any person may make a written submission concerning the development application during the exhibition period. If making a submission, it is important that:

  1. The must be received in writing during the exhibition period specified by this notice. Submissions should be posted to Glen Innes Severn Council, PO Box 61 Glen Innes 2370 or emailed to;
  2. Submissions that do not contain the author’s name and address will not be considered as their authenticity is unable to be validated;
  3. If a submission is made by way of objection, the grounds of that objection must be specified;
  4. You may request that your name and address not be disclosed (by stating prominently “OBJECTION IN CONFIDENCE” on your submission) for reason that disclosure would result in detriment to you. However, Council may be obliged to release your correspondence excluding your personal information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act;
  5. Submissions concerning the development will be provided to members of the Northern Region Joint Regional Planning Panel; and
  6. Submissions must include disclosure of any reportable political contribution or gift made in the previous two years. Further details including disclosure forms are available on request from Council.;

The issues raised in your submission will be included in the assessment of the development application, along with the other matters Council must consider.

View the complete Taronga Environment Impact Statement files here.

If you wish to view the submitted information, you may do so during the exhibition period nominated by this notice:

  1. Councils website
  2. At Council’s Offices located at 136 Church Street, Glen Innes and 265 Grey Street, Glen Innes between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
  3. Department of Planning and Environment, Level 22, 320 Pitt Street, Sydney 

Questions regarding this development can be directed to telephone 6730 2350.

Any person who objects in writing to the proposal and is dissatisfied with the determination of the application by the granting of consent may appeal to the Land and Environment Court. However, if a Commission of Inquiry is held concerning the development application, the Minister’s determination of the application is final and not subject to appeal.


Development Application No. 09/12-13 for Glen Innes Aerodrome - The application was determined by the Joint Regional Planning Panel on 12 December 2012.

To view the Determination, please click here  notice of determination.


Development Application - Designated Development:  Application No: DA41/16/17


View the complete Wattle Vale Quarry Environment Impact Statement here or take the link at the bottom of this page.