Approval is required to carry out works on land that is owned or managed by the Sutherland Shire Council. These public domain works include works carried out on streets, parks, roads, drainage, footpaths, landscaping and other public spaces. Public domain works can also relate to works on private property that have an affect on the public domain.
All designs remain subject to council approval on a project by project basis. Detailed information about making a submission to council for works in the public domain is provided in the PDDM (see below).
The PDDM is a comprehensive reference document for the design of the Shire's public domain - its streets, public spaces, parks and community buildings.
The PDDM is primarily for use by Council and consultants, and has five main parts:
Introduces the PDDM and explains how to use it
Design principles for all categories of development within the Shire's public domain
Design guidelines for the Shire's streets
Design guidelines for public toilet facilities
The PDTM is a companion document to the PDDM and provides drawings, technical details and specifications for the design and construction of the Shire’s public domain.
It is primarily for use by council and consultants and provides:
The PDTM is comprised of four parts:
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