Riverstone Scheduled Lands
About the Riverstone Scheduled Lands Precinct A (Stages 1-3) project
The Riverstone Scheduled Lands consists of about 1,600 residential lots that were subdivided in 1881 and that are currently owned by over 320 landowner groups. While much of the Riverstone Scheduled Lands has been rezoned to allow for residential development, the land has not been developed because it is not serviced with infrastructure such as roads, drainage, water, sewer and electricity.
An amendment to Schedule 7 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 came into force in 2013 to provide a process to enable development of paper subdivisions.
On behalf of landowners, Landcom is coordinating and delivering the Riverstone Scheduled Lands Development Plan Precinct A (Stages 1-3).
The Minister for Planning has asked Landcom to investigate possible development for the remainder of the Riverstone Scheduled Lands, including Precinct A (Stages 4-5), Precinct B and Precinct C. We have commenced these preliminary investigations, however, we currently have no formal role beyond these investigations and there is no timetable for development of lots outside Precinct A (Stages 1-3).