State Environmental Planning Policy No 47-Moore Park Showground

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Alternative Title SEPP No 47-Moore Park Showground
Metadata Date 04/04/2018
Date Created 17/11/1995
Edition 1
Purpose This Policy aims:(a) to enable the redevelopment of the Moore Park Showground in a manner that is consistent with its status as an area of importance for State and regional planning in New South Wales, and (b) to improve and enhance the cultural and recreational facilities of Sydney for the people of New South Wales by furthering the development of Sydney as a world class film, television and video production centre, and (c) to recognise the State significance of a film and television studio on the Moore Park Showground in terms of employment generation and additional revenue for the State, and (d) to allow a range of film, television, video and related development, commercial uses associated with the film, television and video industry and other entertainment, recreational and educational activities on the Moore Park Showground, and (e) to ensure that a range of impacts is considered by the consent authority in determining development applications, and (f) to ensure that community and equestrian uses can continue on parts of the Moore Park Showground and that provision is made for public access, and (g) to recognise the heritage significance of the Moore Park Showground and protect any archaeological relics.
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Equivalent Scale 320000
Geospatial Topic Environment
Language English
Temporal Coverage From 23/03/2018
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
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