12-40 Rosebery Avenue & 108 Dalmeny Avenue Rosebery - changes to planning controls

Consultation has concluded

The City of Sydney invited submissions on proposed changes to the planning controls for 12-40 Rosebery Avenue and 108 Dalmeny Avenue, Rosebery.

The proposed changes will provide for a new development of around 380 apartments and townhouses as well as a new childcare centre. The redevelopment will be subject to a competitive design process that will emphasise high-quality and environmentally sustainable building design.

Changes to the controls include:

  • increasing the maximum building height from 18 and 22 metres to 29 metres;
  • and increasing the maximum floor space ratio from 1.5:1 to 2:1.

The public exhibition included a planning proposal to amend the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012, and a draft amendment to Sydney Development Control Plan 2012, which provides detailed design guidance.

The City is now considering all submissions received and will report the outcomes of the exhibition to Council and the Central Sydney Planning Committee. If Council approves this planning proposal after public exhibition, it can amend the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 on behalf of the Greater Sydney Commission.



The City of Sydney invited submissions on proposed changes to the planning controls for 12-40 Rosebery Avenue and 108 Dalmeny Avenue, Rosebery.

The proposed changes will provide for a new development of around 380 apartments and townhouses as well as a new childcare centre. The redevelopment will be subject to a competitive design process that will emphasise high-quality and environmentally sustainable building design.

Changes to the controls include:

  • increasing the maximum building height from 18 and 22 metres to 29 metres;
  • and increasing the maximum floor space ratio from 1.5:1 to 2:1.

The public exhibition included a planning proposal to amend the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012, and a draft amendment to Sydney Development Control Plan 2012, which provides detailed design guidance.

The City is now considering all submissions received and will report the outcomes of the exhibition to Council and the Central Sydney Planning Committee. If Council approves this planning proposal after public exhibition, it can amend the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 on behalf of the Greater Sydney Commission.