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The site is located in the NSW Government North West Growth Area (Box Hill Precinct) and contains a heritage item known as 'The Hunting Lodge', which is listed on the State Heritage Register as an item of state interest under Schedule 5, Schedule 11 – The Hills Growth Center Precincts Plan, State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP) (Sydney Region Growth Centres) 2006. The Hunting Lodge is also listed on the register of the National Trust of Australia (NSW). The application does not change the SEPP (Sydney Region Growth Centres) 2006 Appendix 11 – The Hills Growth Center or the Box Hill Growth Center Precincts Development Control Plan 2018, but it does introduce an alternative subdivision layout within 'The Hunting Lodge' Precinct Plan Check before. Area compared to that shown in the Box Hill Growth Center Precincts Development Control Plan 2018.

The submissions raise concerns about the impacts of the development on the Hunting Lodge heritage site. The land is zoned R2 Low Density Residential under SEPP (Sydney Region Growth Centres) 2006 Schedule 11 – The Hills Growth Center (SEPP (SRGC) 2006). The effect of the proposed development on the heritage item 'Hunting Lodge' has been a key consideration in the assessment of this application.

A Heritage Statement assessing the impact of the proposal on the 'Hunting Lodge' heritage was prepared and submitted with the application. The impact the proposed use would have on the hunting lodge's facilities; and.

Figure 72 of the Box Hill Development Control Plan

Heritage Considerations

The Development Reference provided by the OEH contains comments that appear to misinterpret the heritage report prepared by AECOM in conjunction with the rezoning of the area. The SHR curtilage around the Hunting Lodge protects the immediate area of ​​the structure, but is smaller than the curtilage of 'The Hunting Lodge'. The recommended larger grant for 'Hunting Lodge' was to help preserve the Lodge's significance as a building in a rural landscape.

The report also identified that "the fencing needed to be altered to preserve open space around the lodge to allow appreciation of the lodge as it would have been within the surrounding paddocks." The Heritage Impact Assessment submitted with the proposal also states that the proposed 5-part housing subdivision within the SEPP enclosure of the Hunting Hut will result in visual impacts to the SHR cut-off and changes to the perception of the building. A heritage statement was submitted with the development application in support of the proposal under this clause.

The subsidy for a larger allotment garden around the Hunting Lodge will help to preserve the lodge's importance as a building situated in a landscape. The proposal maintains "The Hunting Lodge" within a larger allotment in line with the recommendations of the AECOM report and the adopted ILP and is consistent with lot sizes for other large lot residential areas under the ILP.

  • Issues Raised in Submissions
  • Internal Referrals
  • External Referrals
  • Colours and Materials
  • Fencing
  • Subdivision Certificate Preliminary Review
  • External Finishes
  • BCA Compliance
  • Zero Lot Line Dwellings – Easement Encroachment
  • Contamination
  • Adherence to Waste Management Plan
  • Management of Construction and/ or Demolition Waste
  • Disposal of Surplus Excavated Material
  • Commencement of Domestic Waste Service
  • Provision of Domestic Waste Storage Area
  • Construction Certificate
  • Building Work to be in Accordance with BCA
  • Street Trees
  • Minor Engineering Works
  • Street Light Relocation
  • Road Opening Permit
  • Rainwater Tanks
  • Planting Requirements
  • Western Sydney Growth Areas – Payment of Special Infrastructure Contribution
  • Section 7.11 Contribution
  • Security Bond Requirements
  • Erosion and Sediment Control/ Soil and Water Management Plan
  • Security Bond – Road Pavement and Public Asset Protection
  • Demolition Works and Asbestos Management
  • Erection of Signage – Supervision of Work
  • Erosion and Sediment Control/ Soil and Water Management
  • Service Authority Consultation – Subdivision Works
  • Builder and PCA Details
  • Public Infrastructure Inventory Report
  • Protection of Existing Trees
  • Trenching within Tree Protection Zone
  • Aboriginal Archaeological Sites or Relics
  • European Sites or Relics
  • Protection of Heritage Item during Construction
  • National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974
  • Compliance with BASIX Certificate
  • Confirmation of Compliance with Zero Lot Line
  • Location of Dwelling
  • Critical Stage Inspections/ Inspections Nominated by the PCA
  • Standard of Works
  • Subdivision Earthworks – Lot Topsoil
  • Aboriginal Archaeological Sites or Relics
  • National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974
  • European Sites or Relics
  • Working Hours
  • Landscaping
  • Satisfactory Final Inspection
  • Maintenance of BASIX Commitments
  • Completion of Subdivision Works/ Satisfactory Final Inspection
  • Completion of Engineering Works
  • Public Infrastructure Inventory Report - Post Construction
  • Section 73 Compliance Certificate
  • Provision of Electrical Services
  • Provision of Telecommunication Services
  • Site/ Lot Classification Report
  • Building Adjacent to Proposed Boundary
  • Building Services
  • Final Plan and Section 88B Instrument
  • Landscaping Prior to Issue of any Occupation Certificate

In accordance with the Declaration of Significance and the requirements of the Heritage Act and the Environment and Cultural Heritage Office (Heritage Department) the following must be. The proposal is not considered to have a negative impact on the national importance of cultural heritage. All building work must be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Building Code of Australia.

All requirements of the Waste Management Plan submitted as part of the development application must be complied with, unless inconsistent with other conditions of consent. Any material moved off-site must be transported in accordance with the requirements of the Environmental Operations Protection Act 1997 and only to a site that can legally be used as a waste facility. The plans submitted with the Construction Certificate must be amended to incorporate the terms of the Development Consent.

All construction work must be carried out in accordance with the Building Regulations. The design and construction of the engineering works listed below must be provided in accordance with the Council's Design Guidelines Subdivisions/Developments and plant specifications Subdivisions/Developments. All trees planted as part of the approved landscape plan must have a pot size of at least 75 litres.

All shrubs planted as part of the approved landscape plan must be a minimum pot size of 200mm. The following monetary contributions must be paid to the Council in accordance with Section 7.11 of the Environmental Planning and Evaluation Act, 1979, to provide for the increased demand for public amenities and services arising from the development. Where the Council is not the PCA, the Council must be notified in writing of the PCA two days before building works commence in accordance with the Regulations.

A Public Infrastructure Inventory Report must be prepared and submitted to the Board, recording the condition of all public assets in the immediate vicinity of the development site. All BASIX requirements must be implemented prior to issuing a vocational certificate and maintained in accordance with approved BASIX certificates throughout the life of the proposed development. A copy of the works as executed plans (WAE) for the telecommunications infrastructure must also be submitted.

The report must be accompanied by a table summarizing the classification of all lots created as part of the subdivision. Landscaping of the site must be carried out prior to the issuance of any Certificate of Occupancy (within each phase, if applicable).

LOCALITY PLAN

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH

ZONING PLAN

PLAN OF SUBDIVISION

SITE PLAN

DCP FIGURE 72 AND PLAN SHOWING CURRENT LAYOUT WITH PROPOSED LOTS APRIL 2018

ELEVATIONS

LANDSCAPE PLAN

HERITAGE FENCING

NSW OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENT AND HERITAGE COMMENTS

APPLICANT RESPONSE TO NSW OEH COMMENTS

PRECEDING DA 533/2015/ZB PLAN OF SUBDIVISION

NSW OEH COMMENTS FOR PRECEDING DA 533/2015/ZB

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