If your proposal does not qualify as Complying Development, you will need to lodge a Development Application with Council.
Only some land has subdivision potential.
Council’s Wingecarribee LEP 2010, DCP’s and policies set down minimum lot sizes and other requirements for subdivision.
The ability to subdivide land is contingent on many factors including, but not limited to, size, drainage, access and services.
Due to the complexity involved Council recommends engaging a suitable professional to assist in understanding the requirements for Subdivision and to assist in preparing your application. Council staff are not able to offer a consultancy service.
The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment has a useful guide to the DA process.