Public Exhibition: Rail corridor and adjacent land rezoning, Development Control Plan and Planning Agreement

Planning proposal to rezone rail corridor between Worth Place and Watt Street Newcastle

Newcastle is undergoing unprecedented change and renewal. More than $1billion worth of development has been approved across the city in the last 12 months. Overhead cranes are a common sight in the city centre and the infrastructure needed to support our growing city is also being built with new roads, light rail, better footpaths and cycleways and improvement to our green spaces.

The next phase of the renewal is the former rail corridor and planning for this space is now on public exhibition.

The proposal outlines the zones for each parcel of land between Worth Place and Watt Street, Newcastle and it includes a mix of green spaces, pathways and development sites.

We invite you to have your say during the public exhibition, you can:


View the documents currently open for comment:or view hard copies at:
  • City Administration Centre, 282 King Street, Newcastle
  • Newcastle Region Library
View our Social Pinpoint Mapping tool to see the proposals and complete surveys.


You can make a submission on any of these documents online or send written submissions to:
The Interim Chief Executive Officer
Newcastle City Council
Attn: Patricia McCarthy
PO Box 489
NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

Community information sessions
Session were held 18 September 2017 6pm - 8pm and 19 September 2017 10am - 12pm at Hunter Room, Newcastle City Hall, 290 King St, Newcastle NSW 2300.



The Public Voice session will be held 18 October 5:30pm and consist of 5 speakers for and 5 speakers against the proposal, to register your interest fill in the registration form.


Planning proposal to rezone rail corridor between Worth Place and Watt Street Newcastle

Newcastle is undergoing unprecedented change and renewal. More than $1billion worth of development has been approved across the city in the last 12 months. Overhead cranes are a common sight in the city centre and the infrastructure needed to support our growing city is also being built with new roads, light rail, better footpaths and cycleways and improvement to our green spaces.

The next phase of the renewal is the former rail corridor and planning for this space is now on public exhibition.

The proposal outlines the zones for each parcel of land between Worth Place and Watt Street, Newcastle and it includes a mix of green spaces, pathways and development sites.

We invite you to have your say during the public exhibition, you can:


View the documents currently open for comment:or view hard copies at:
  • City Administration Centre, 282 King Street, Newcastle
  • Newcastle Region Library
View our Social Pinpoint Mapping tool to see the proposals and complete surveys.


You can make a submission on any of these documents online or send written submissions to:
The Interim Chief Executive Officer
Newcastle City Council
Attn: Patricia McCarthy
PO Box 489
NEWCASTLE NSW 2300

Community information sessions
Session were held 18 September 2017 6pm - 8pm and 19 September 2017 10am - 12pm at Hunter Room, Newcastle City Hall, 290 King St, Newcastle NSW 2300.



The Public Voice session will be held 18 October 5:30pm and consist of 5 speakers for and 5 speakers against the proposal, to register your interest fill in the registration form.


Submission: Rail corridor and adjacent land rezoning, Development Control Plan and Planning Agreement

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