The NSW Department of Planning and Environment, Crown Lands is seeking community feedback on the proposed sale of Crown land located between 3 - 5 Silver Crescent and the Silver Crescent road reserve in Westleigh NSW 2120.
Crown Lands are considering the proposed sale of a 71 m2 portion of Crown land identified as Lot 4702 in Deposited Plan 1204882 by direct negotiation to the adjoining landholder. A sale by direct negotiation means that the department will negotiate exclusively with the adjoining landholder for the sale of the parcel as opposed to offering the land for sale through a public competitive process.
This piece of land is currently reserved for the purpose of future public requirements, however, the department has assessed the subject land and identified that it has no functional community use. A proposed sale by direct negotiation with the adjoining landholder is being considered as the best use for the Crown land given its size, nature and location.
Have Your Say
Please quote reference number #631382 in the subject of any submission to ensure the department can direct your submission to the right place for consideration.
If you are sending a submission via Australia Post please allow enough time for it to be received before the closing time and date.
Feedback on this proposal can be provided by:
- completing the online submission form
- sending a written submission via Australia Post to: Project Leader, Department of Planning & Environment, PO Box 2155, Dangar NSW 2309
Submissions will close at 11:59 PM (AEST) on SUNDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 2022.
Important: note that all submissions will be published on the department’s website unless marked as confidential.
Community Engagement Strategy
Engagement on this proposed sale is a requirement of the Community Engagement Strategy. The Strategy has been developed by the Department of Planning and Environment to set an open and transparent framework for engaging the community about important decisions on Crown land. The Strategy acknowledges that needs vary between communities, and that a range of engagement approaches may be required to ensure community views are understood before important decisions are made.
Learn more about the Community Engagement Strategy.
Next steps from here
All community feedback is valued by the department. Your feedback will be considered in making a decision about this proposed sale.
The final decision will be published on this page and on What’s Happening in Your Area notification page of this website.