Public exhibition

Be informed and have your say on what is happening in Maitland and provide input into Council's and our community's future.

The following items are currently on public exhibition. Details of each item can be found by viewing the documents attached to each item.

ItemLocationDocumentsSubmissions Close
Re-establishment of Alcohol Free Zones
  • Maitland CBD
  • Rutherford Mall
  • Proposal
25 September 2017
Building and development

Public exhibition items relating to building and development can be found on the application tracker.

Integrated Developments

SuburbApplication numberProperty DetailsProposalOn Exhibition
RutherfordDA 17-2714Lot 8 DP270823 - 127 Grand Parade

Residential Sales Office

Statement of Environmental Effects

8 February 2018
LochinvarDA 17-1401

Lot 1 DP718712 - 805 New England Highway

Lot 2 DP718712 - 803 New England Highway

Lot 32 DP1132263 - 801 New England Highway

Staged Subdivision - 146 Lots

Statement of Environmental Effects

6 March 2018


Adoption of Draft Contaminated Land Policy - Land Use Planning

Maitland City Council does not have a current Contaminated Lands Policy. However, Council has a responsibility in contaminated land matters as the regulatory authority for land use planning. The draft policy outlines how Council proposes to manage Contaminated Land that is under its regulatory control, as stipulated by the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and Managing Land Contamination Planning Guidelines SEPP 55 – Remediation of Land 1998.

The draft policy will be on public exhibition with supporting information from Thursday 7 December 2017 at Council’s Customer Service Centre, High Street, Maitland and online during the exhibition period.

Exhibition concludes Friday 19 January 2018.

Persons wishing to comment on the draft policy should do so by 4.30pm on Friday 19 January 2018 and should quote reference No. 103/1.

Further enquiries should be directed to Emma McDermott, Town Planner on (02) 4934 9700.

Maitland Your Say

For additional feedback opportunities Maitland Your Say is Council's online engagement platform. Check it out and have your say on the future of Maitland.


Submissions must be received by close of business on the last day of the exhibition period, unless otherwise stated.

Submissions are to be made in writing addressed to the General Manager and emailed to or posted to:

Maitland City Council
PO Box 220
Maitland NSW 2320


The personal information provided as part of submissions will be used for the purpose of considering the specific project or proposal on exhibition and will become a record of Council. All information will be stored securely and retained in accordance with the State Records Act 1998.

Political donations and gifts

Any person making a submission on a planning related matter (for example a development application, development control plans, local environmental plans, section 94 plans etc.) must complete a Disclosure Statement of Political Donations and Gifts and submit this to Council with their submission.