Ku-ring-gai Local Character Background Study

On display until 26 April 2021, 05:00 PM

Council is developing a Local Character Study, the first component of which is the Ku-ring-gai Local Character Background Study.

Ku-ring-gai Council and consultants SJB Urban have developed the Ku-ring-gai Local Character Background Study that will ensure that local character is integrated into local land use planning. The background study is primarily focused on the analysis and identification of Ku-ring-gai’s physical characteristics and is intended to provide the basis for further research into local character in the future. It is important to note that this study does not include a detailed examination of the social and cultural characteristics of the LGA which will be the subject of a future study and further community engagement.

This public exhibition seeks to affirm that the community’s view on local character aligns with our work to date. It also seeks to gain community input regarding social and cultural elements to supplement the work already undertaken in preparation of the next phase of the study.

Exhibition document

View the Local Character Background Study(PDF, 10MB)

Supporting information

View Local Character Background Study Methodology and Analysis Report(PDF, 2MB)

This report is a companion document to the Local Character Background Study. It explains, in greater detail, the methodology used by consultants SJB Urban, in preparing the Local Character Background Study.

View the community briefing video

Questions raised by the community

View answers to common queries raised in phase 1 consultation and at the community webinar on 15 March(PDF, 156KB).

Providing feedback

Mark your comments by quoting reference number S12657-1 and include your contact details.

Complete the online survey

or email your comments or post to: General Manager, Ku-ring-gai Council, Locked Bag 1006 Gordon NSW 2072.

Comments must be received by 5pm 26 April 2021.

Please note, under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009, such submissions are public and may be accessed by third parties by application to Council.

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