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MOVED BY COUNCILOR HASELDEN AND SECOND BY COUNCILOR JETHI TO CONFIRM THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL HELD ON DECEMBER 12, 2017. ONE MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILOR HARTY OAM AND SECOND BY COUNCILOR HAY OAM THAT THE DECISION OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF Council held on 12 December 2017 in relation to Item 6 – Amended Planning Proposal – Cherrybrook Village Area (9/2) .

Development in Accordance with Submitted Plans

A PROPOSAL WAS CONSIDERED BY COUNCIL UNO AND ISSUED BY COUNCIL HASELDEN TO ADOPT the recommendation in the report. 1173/L.03 Landscape Details & Specification D No work (including excavation, earth filling or soil transformation) may be carried out prior to the issue of the Building Certificate where a Building Certificate is required.

Construction Certificate

Building Work to be in Accordance with BCA

Provision of Parking Spaces

External Finishes

Compliance with NSW Roads and Maritime Services Requirements

The developer must submit design drawings and documents related to site excavation and support structures to Roads and Maritime for assessment, in accordance with Technical Instruction GTD2012/001. The developer must submit all documentation at least six (6) weeks before the start of construction and must bear the full cost of assessment by Roads and Maritime.

Conservation Management Plan

Project Engineer, External Works Sydney Asset Management Roads and Maritime Box 973 Parramatta CBD 2124 Telephone 8849 2114. If it is necessary to excavate below the base level of the footings of adjoining roads, the consenting person must ensure that the owner of the road be given at least seven (7) days' notice of the intention to excavate below the base of footings.

Tree Removal

Planting Requirements

Separate Application for Strata Subdivision

Protection of Public Infrastructure

Vehicular Access and Parking

Minor Engineering Works

The driveway must be a minimum of 6m wide for the first 6m into the plot, measured from the dividing line. All disused pavements and driveways shall be removed and replaced with full curb and gutter along with restoration and turfing of the adjacent footpath edge area.

Excavation/ Anchoring Near Boundaries

On high-level lots, a grated drain must be provided on the driveway at the property line. A 1.5m wide concrete footpath, including access ramps at all intersections, is to be provided along Hill Road fronting the site in accordance with the DCP and the above documents. e) Unused Lay Back/ Ramp Removal.

Street Trees

Process for Council Endorsement of Legal Documentation

Road Opening Permit

Acoustic Requirements

Retention of Trees

Communal Composting Areas

Management of Construction and/or Demolition Waste

Separation and recycling is required for the following waste materials: metals, wood, masonry products and clean plasterboard waste. Certificates of all waste/recycling submissions must be kept on site at all times and produced in legible form to all authorized Council officers who request them for inspection.

Disposal of Surplus Excavated Material

Any material moved off site must be transported in accordance with the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act 1997 and only to a location that can legally be used as a waste facility. This can be achieved through on-site source separation, i.e. a bin for scrap metal, a bin for wood, a bin for bricks and so on.

Commencement of Domestic Waste Service

A separate dedicated bin shall be provided on site by the builder for the disposal of waste materials such as paper, containers and food waste generated by all workers. Construction waste containers are not permitted to be placed on public property at any time, unless a special application is approved by Council for the placement of a construction waste container in a public place.

Property Numbering for Integrated Housing, Multi Unit Housing, Commercial Developments and Industrial Developments

These numbers must be clearly displayed on all doorways unless otherwise approved in writing by the Council. Clear and accurate external signage should be posted on site at access points to driveways and on buildings.

Clause 94 Considerations

Unit numbering signage is also required on stairwell access doors and elevator/lobby entrance doors. It is essential that all numbering signs throughout the complex are clear to help emergency responders find their destination easily and quickly.

Separate Applications for Commercial Uses

Separate Application for restaurant

Old Northern Road Widening - Dedication

Commencement of Commercial Waste and Recycling Contract

Access and Loading for Waste Collection

The loading platform must allow additional space for access and loading and have appropriate signage, which must not include parking at any time. The loading area should have a sufficient level of lighting and allow additional space for access and loading (eg cycling a bulk container to the rear of a collection vehicle to collect the load at the rear).

Notice of Requirements

Footpaths around the areas designated for maneuvering and loading of waste collection vehicles shall be clearly and permanently delineated, marked and maintained (where applicable) for safety reasons. All maneuvering areas where the clear headroom is less than 3.5m must have flexible stop bars and warning signs in accordance with Australian Standard 2890.1 to warn waste collection contractors in the low headroom area.

Integrated Stormwater Management System

These elements must be designed and constructed in accordance with best practice and water-sensitive urban planning guidelines. The design and construction of the OSD system must be approved by the Council or an authorized certifier.

Stormwater Pump/ Basement Car Park Requirements

The detailed plans must be suitable for construction, and include detailed and representative longitudinal and cross sections of the proposed infrastructure. The design must be accompanied, informed and supported by detailed water quality and quantity modelling.

Security Bond – Road Pavement and Public Asset Protection

Security Bond – External Works

Security Bond Requirements

Protection of Internal Noise Levels (Residential Unit Development)

Section 94A Contribution

Internal Pavement Structural Design Certification

Redesigned Waste Area Required

The waste storage areas must be provided with a hose tap (hot and cold mixer), connected to a water supply, to facilitate drum washing. The waste storage areas must be provided with an internal light (artificial) such as an automatic sensor light.

Provision of Telecommunication Services

The waste storage areas must have a waste service door, with a minimum clear floor width of 1.5m. The waste storage areas should have a suitable resident access door, which is wheelchair accessible for adaptable locations.

Tree Protection Fencing

Building plan approval must be obtained from Sydney Water Tap in™ to ensure that the approved development does not impact Sydney Water infrastructure. A copy of the Sydney Water Tap in™ building plan approval and receipt (if not already provided) must be submitted to the Lead Certification Body upon request prior to commencement of work.

Tree Protection Signage

The provision of fixed line telecommunications infrastructure in the fiber ready facilities to all individual plots and/or sites in a real estate development project demonstrated by an agreement with a carrier. Please refer to the website http://www.sydneywater.com.au/tapin/index.htm, Sydney Water Tap in™, or telephone 13 20 92.

Mulching within Tree Protection Zone

Trenching within Tree Protection Zone

Traffic Control Plan

NSW Roads and Maritime Services Design Approval

Public Infrastructure Inventory Report

Management of Building Sites – Builder’s Details

Principal Certifying Authority

Approved Temporary Closet

Stabilised Access Point

Builder and PCA Details Required

Erosion and Sedimentation Controls

Erosion & Sediment Control Plan Kept on Site

Demolition Works and Asbestos Management

The builder/contractor is responsible for training and controlling subcontractors regarding working hours. Any desired change to the above working hours will, in exceptional circumstances, require the approval of the Council's Administrative Regulatory Services.

Aboriginal Archaeological Sites or Relics

If permission is given for work beyond the hours stated above, written notice must be given to neighboring properties at least 48 hours before the start of work.

European Sites or Relics

Protection of Heritage Item during Construction

Standard of Works

Compliance with BASIX Certificate

Compliance with Critical Stage Inspections and Other Inspections Nominated by the Principal Certifying Authority

NOTE: You are advised that inspections may only be performed by the PCA unless with the prior approval of the PCA and provided that person is an accredited certifier.

Asbestos Removal

Dust Control

Project Arborist

Construction and Fit-out of Food Premises

Pipes and lines adjacent to the walls must be located at least 25 mm from the surface of the wall with supports. Note: Copies of AS 4674-2004 can be obtained from www.saiglobal.com at: www.saiglobal.com and copies of the Food Safety Standards Code (Australia) can be obtained from Food Standards Australia New Zealand at www. foodstandards.gov.au.

Odour Control

Pipes and ducts entering floors, walls or ceilings must be flanged and all openings must be completely sealed.

Rock Breaking Noise

Construction Noise

Landscaping Prior to Issue of Occupation Certificate

Section 73 Certificate

Provision of Electricity Services

Provision of Telecommunications Services

Completion of Engineering Works

Compliance with NSW Roads and Maritime Services Requirements

Performance/ Maintenance Security Bond

Public Asset Creation Summary

Notice of Privately Issued Strata Certificate

Adjoining Property Dilapidation Report Post Construction

Public Infrastructure Inventory Report - Post Construction

OSD System Certification

Water Sensitive Urban Design Certification

Pump System Certification

Creation of Restrictions / Positive Covenants

Acoustic Compliance Report

Food Premises Final Inspection

Internal Pavement Construction

Final Inspection of Waste Storage Areas

Noise to Surrounding Area

Offensive Noise - Acoustic Report

Waste and Recycling Management

Waste and Recycling Collection

Restaurant Patronage

Live music / live entertainment

The planning proposal is submitted to the Ministry of Planning and Environment for a transition determination to amend clause 4.1B of The Hills Local Environmental Plan 2012 in accordance with option 2 in this report and attachment 1 (ECM Doc. Having regard to this review, this Report recommends that a planning proposal is being submitted to the Department of Planning and Environment to amend clause 4.1B of The Hills Local Environment Plan 2012 (LEP 2012) to require a minimum 'parent' land size requirement of 1800m2 for development applications requiring small lot consent (integrated housing) (currently there is no minimum requirement for the size of the parent lot).

CURRENT IMPLEMENTATION OF CLAUSE 4.1B

The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of the current implementation of clause 4.1B, analyze the implications of restricting all forms of small plots to the Rouse Hill development area (including the Balmoral Road Release Area) and propose changes to the LEP and DCP to ensure high quality future development of small plots and contribute to to the streetscape, neighborhood character and amenity of the Shire. The current application of this clause allows small plot development outcomes in the form of detached small plots, attached front small plots or terraced dwellings (with a rear strip) on all R3 medium density or R4 high density residential land within the Shire.

DESIRED OUTCOMES

By introducing a minimum parent lot size of 1,800m2 and applying similar DCP control to that used in the Rouse Hill development area, it is considered that a high quality residential product of detached small lots within established areas with a parent street could be enabled for activation, amenity and character outcomes in comparison with the type of development currently permitted by clause 4.1B. The current framework and controls for attached dwellings with small front-loaded lots tend to result in a garage-dominated streetscape that negatively affects street amenity and neighborhood character.

Figure 2 below demonstrates a more appropriate design outcome for attached front- front-loaded small lot housing, applicable to standard lot configuration and dimensions found  in R3 Medium Density residential areas in Castle Hill.
Figure 2 below demonstrates a more appropriate design outcome for attached front- front-loaded small lot housing, applicable to standard lot configuration and dimensions found in R3 Medium Density residential areas in Castle Hill.

PROPOSED LEP AMENDMENTS

Mapping the use of clause 4.1B would require an amendment to the standard instrument model clause and the approval of the Department of Planning and Environment. Additionally, option 2 would be achievable within the parameters of the standard LEP model provision for small plots.

PROPOSED DCP AMENDMENTS

The issues raised mainly relate to the suitability of the site for the proposed development; the impact on the streetscape and character of the area; privacy and amenities, materials, colors and finishes that do not suit the area; mass and scale of development; size of the excavation; landscaping; view loss; setback in front; overshadow; impact on trees; After the conciliation conference, significant changes were made to the proposal and the development application was re-notified.

Compliance with The Hills Development Control Plan

Excavations of more than 1 meter may be permitted provided there is no adverse effect on adjacent owners and the submission of structural engineers. details of retaining walls with the development.. cut is about 10 feet at the driveway. The DCP indicates that excavations of more than 1 meter may be allowed, provided there are no adverse effects on adjacent owners and if the structural engineer submits details of retaining walls with the Development Application.

Council’s Residential Direction

The proposed residence does not comply with the maximum control of felling and filling due to the slope and topography of the subject site. It is considered that the dwelling has been designed around the limited conditions of the site and it is recognized that efforts have been made to minimize earthworks and thereby minimize the impact on the shape of the land.

Issues Raised in Submissions

The proposal would result in significant pedestrian activity on the north side of the development. Concerns were raised that the proposal would set a precedent for similar future developments at the estate.

Internal Referrals

The Hills Shire Council should consider adopting specific development controls for the Mill Drive estate for future development proposals. There are no specific controls for the Mill Drive estate in the Council's current Development Control Plan.

External Finishes

The proposed development is consistent with the planning principles, vision and objectives outlined in Hills 2026 - Looking to the Future, as the proposed development provides for satisfactory urban growth without negative environmental or social impacts and provides a sustainable built form with respect. to streetscape and general locality. No work (including excavation, backfilling or reshaping) shall be undertaken prior to the issue of a Construction Certificate where a Construction Certificate is required.

Tree Removal

The development is carried out in accordance with the following approved plans and details, stamped and returned with this consent unless varied by other conditions of consent. Any damage must be rectified in accordance with Council's requirements and to Council's satisfaction.

Minor Engineering Works

Before work begins and maintenance during building operations, adequate protection must be ensured so that no damage occurs to public infrastructure as a result of the workers. Public infrastructure includes the road surface, curbs and gutters, concrete paths, drainage structures, utilities and front-of-site landscaping.

Road Opening Permit

The certification body is responsible for inspecting the public infrastructure for compliance with this condition before issuing an occupational certificate. Plans submitted with the Building Certificate must be amended to incorporate the conditions in the building permit.

Demolition Notification

Building Work to be in Accordance with BCA

Demolition Inspections

Air Conditioner Location

Adherence to Waste Management Plan

Management of Construction and/or Demolition Waste

Commencement of Domestic Waste Service

Provision of Domestic Waste Storage Area

House Numbering

Onsite Stormwater Detention – Upper Parramatta River Catchment Area Onsite Stormwater Detention (OSD) is required in accordance with Council’s adopted

Security Bond – Road Pavement and Public Asset Protection

Security Bond Requirements

Section 94A Contribution

Structural Engineering Plans

Tree Protection Fencing

Tree Protection Signage

Mulching within Tree Protection Zone

Trenching within Tree Protection Zone

Public Infrastructure Inventory Report

Traffic Control Plan

Adjoining Property Dilapidation Report

Management of Building Sites – Builder’s Details

Consultation with Service Authorities

Principal Certifying Authority

Erosion and Sedimentation Controls

Stabilised Access Point

Builder and PCA Details Required

Demolition Works and Asbestos Management

Hours of Work

Survey Certificate

Any subsequent version of this BASIX certificate will supersede all previous versions of the certificate. A Section 96 application may be required if the subsequent version of this BASIX certificate necessitates design changes to the development.

Compliance with Critical Stage Inspections and Other Inspections Nominated by the Principal Certifying Authority

Pursuant to section 97A of the Environmental Act 2000, it is a condition of this Development Permit that all commitments listed in BASIX Certificate No.

Roof Water Drainage

Landscaping Works

Dust Control

Project Arborist

A Section 73 Compliance Certificate in terms of the Sydney Water Act 1994 must be obtained from Sydney Water Corporation. The Section 73 certificate must be submitted to the Chief Certifying Authority prior to occupation of the development/release of the subdivision plan.

Landscaping Prior to Issue of any Occupation Certificate

Request the certificate in good time, because water and sewer pipes can be installed and this can take some time.

Completion of Engineering Works

Public Infrastructure Inventory Report - Post Construction

OSD System Certification

Creation of Restrictions / Positive Covenants

The subject site must be burdened with a limitation using the terms "bedroom numbers" included in the standard considerations.

Adjoining Property Dilapidation Report Post Construction

The subject site must be burdened with a restriction on the use of the terms "number of bedrooms" included in the standard opening statements. b) Limitation/Positive Commitment – ​​On-site retention of storm water.

Structural Engineering Certificate

LOCALITY PLAN

SHADOW DIAGRAM

FRONT PERSPECTIVE

SIDE PERSPECTIVE (SOUTH)

ORIGINAL PROPOSAL PAGE 1

Compliance with State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009

Section 30A requires consideration of whether the design of the building is compatible with the character of the local area. Taking into account the above requirements in section 30A of SEPP (ARH) 2009, the proposal is considered to be compatible with the existing and future character of the local area.

Compliance with Local Environmental Plan 2012

Compliance with The Hills Development Control Plan

However, the proposal is considered to meet the relevant objectives of the development standards by providing adequate and convenient parking. However, it is presumed that an acceptable justification has been made for the proposed change and that the proposal meets the relevant objectives of the development standards.

Deferred Commencement – Registration of Easement

The proposal has been referred to Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) for comment as the property is located on a classified road. The Development Application has been assessed against the relevant heads of consideration under Section 79C of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, The Hills Local Environmental Plan 2012, The Hills Development Control Plan 2012 and State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009 and is considered satisfactory.

Development in Accordance with Submitted Plans

Colours and Materials

Tree Removal

Planting Requirements

Protection of Public Infrastructure

Vehicular Access and Parking

All driveways and car parking areas shall be separated from landscaped areas by a low level concrete curb or wall. All roads and car park areas must be graded, collected and drained by pits and pipes to a suitable legal discharge point.

Compliance with Roads and Maritime Services Requirements

All driveways and parking areas must be clearly and permanently marked, signposted and maintained to ensure that entry and exit are in a forward direction at all times and that parking and traffic circulation are properly controlled.

Road Opening Permit

Construction Certificate

Demolition Notification

Building Work to be in Accordance with BCA

Demolition Inspections

Air Conditioner Location

Acoustic Requirements

Communal Composting Areas

Management of Construction and/or Demolition Waste

Disposal of Surplus Excavated Material

Commencement of Domestic Waste Service

Construction of Refuse Room

Finishes and colors of the waste room should complement the design of the development. The street numbers as issued must be displayed at the entrance to the property for mail delivery and service providers, including emergency services.

Onsite Stormwater Detention – Upper Parramatta River Catchment Area Onsite Stormwater Detention (OSD) is required in accordance with Council’s adopted

On-Site Stormwater Detention - Upper Parramatta River Catchment On-Site Stormwater Detention (OSD) is required subject to adoption by Council.

Works on Adjoining Land

Security Bond – Road Pavement and Public Asset Protection

The bond is refundable on written application to the Council and is subject to all work being returned to the satisfaction of the Council. If the cost of repairing any damage exceeds the value of the bond, the Council will undertake the works and issue an invoice to cover these costs.

Security Bond – External Works

Engineering Works and Design

All disused driveways and driveways should be removed and replaced with curb and gutter along with the restoration and sod construction of the adjacent footpath verge area. From this new well, the existing street drainage in Arndill Avenue must be extended to the existing curb intake well KIP A as shown on the draft stormwater plan.

Landscape Plan

To be equal to the amount required to be paid in accordance with the relevant condition;. If the Council is to raise the bond, written notice will be given to the applicant 14 days in advance.

Protection of Internal Noise Levels (Residential Unit/Townhouse/Villa Development)

Erosion & Sediment Control Plan

Pursuant to section 80A(1) of the Planning and Environmental Assessment Act 1979, and the Hills Section 94A Contribution Plan, a contribution will be payable to the Council. This amount must be adjusted at the time of actual payment in accordance with the provisions of the Hills Section 94A Contribution Plan.

Separate OSD Detailed Design Approval

You are advised that the maximum percentage of the charge for development under section 94A of the Act with a proposed construction cost within the range specified in the table below;. How to prepare archival records of heritage items” (Department of Planning and Heritage Board of NSW, 1998).

Public Infrastructure Inventory Report

Management of Building Sites – Builder’s Details

Consultation with Service Authorities

Principal Certifying Authority

Stabilised Access Point

Builder and PCA Details Required

Site Water Management Plan

Demolition Works and Asbestos Management

Discontinuation of Domestic Waste Services

Construction and Demolition Waste Management Plan Required

Hours of Work

Survey Certificate

Compliance with BASIX Certificate

Before work is permitted to commence, your Principal Certifying Authority is required to give notice of these inspections in terms of Clause 103A of the Regulations. An occupation certificate cannot be issued and the building may not be used or occupied where any mandatory critical stage inspections or other inspections required by the Chief Certifying Authority are not carried out.

Stockpiles

Section 109E(3)(d) of the Act requires certain specific inspections (described in section 162A of the Regulations) and known as "Critical Stage Inspections" to be carried out on construction works. Where the Council is appointed as the Principal Certifying Authority, notification of all required inspections is provided with the approval of the Construction Certificate.

Asbestos Removal

Dust Control

Construction Noise

Ground conditions must be monitored and should evidence such as, but not limited to, imported fill and/or inappropriate waste disposal indicate the likely presence of contamination on site, work must cease, the Council's Manager - Environment and Health must be notified and a site contamination investigation must be carried out in accordance with State Environmental Planning Policy 55 – Remediation of Land. The report must be submitted to the Council's Manager - Environment and Health for review before works start on site.

European Sites or Relics

Landscaping Prior to Issue of any Occupation Certificate

Completion of Engineering Works

Public Infrastructure Inventory Report - Post Construction

OSD System Certification

If the Council is not the PCA, a copy of the above documentation must be submitted to the Council.

Works as Executed Plans

Confirmation of Pipe Locations

Acoustic Compliance Report

Final Inspection of Refuse Room

Noise to Surrounding Area

Lighting

Final Acoustic Report

The proposed use of the premises and/or installed machinery equipment must not cause disturbing noise that disturbs the quality of life of neighboring properties. If a complaint of objectionable noise is received and verified by Council staff, an acoustic assessment must be carried out (by a suitably qualified consultant) and an acoustics report submitted to the Council manager - Environment for review and Health.

Waste and Recycling Management

Project Specific Acoustic Criteria

Maximum Number of Lodgers

Plan of Management and House Rules

Plan of Management and House Rules to Lodgers

This matter has been referred by Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne, Deputy Mayor Robyn Preston, Councilor Reena Jethi and Councilor Samuel Uno to allow the matter to be determined by a full Council meeting.

SITE PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECTIONS

SHADOW DIAGRAMS PAGE 1- JUNE 21 9AM

JUNE 21 12PM

JUNE 21 3PM

PERSPECTIVES

Periodically review and update the plan to reflect actual development and revenue, actual completed expenditures, and revised cost estimates for capital work in progress; As part of the ongoing review and monitoring of CP11, the Council discussed the proposed changes to the plan at its regular meeting on December 12, 2017.

Contributions Plan No.11

ANNANGROVE ROAD LIGHT INDUSTRY

Basic Principles of Section 94

Require money to be contributed to works or facilities to be made available in the future;. This means that the works and facilities that must be made available must be a direct consequence of the development on which the contributions are collected.

Application of Contributions Plan No.11

What is the name of this development contributions plan?

Area to which the contribution plan applies

What is the purpose of this development contributions plan?

This Development Contribution Plan has been prepared in accordance with the provisions of Article 94 of the EP&A Act and Part 4 of the EP&A Regulation and shall take effect from the date of publication of the public notice pursuant to Article 31(4) of the EP&A Regulation. The plan takes effect from the date of publication of the public notice in accordance with Article 31(4) of the EP&A Regulation.

Relationship with other plans and policies

As required in point of the Regulation, this plan has been prepared bearing in mind the issues of the Development Contributions Practice Notes from the Department of Planning and Infrastructure. 11 – Annangrove Street Employment Area as part of the Plan amendments which came into effect on [insert date].

Document Specification File Reference: FP54

This amendment to the plan was accepted by The Hills Shire Council on 8 October 2013, item 5, Resolution 591. 11 – Annangrove Road Light Industrial Area (renamed Contribution Plan No. 11 – Annangrove Road Employment Area) was amended by Council on [insert date], [insert item number], [insert decision number] and entered into force on [insert date].

Monitoring of this contributions plan

Timing of provision

The facilities identified in the Contribution Plan work schedule are intended to be delivered within this period. Monitoring of the plan will allow the development forecasts and work schedule to be reviewed and adjusted as necessary.

Financial information

Considerable resources are required from the Council for the preparation, ongoing evaluation and implementation of this contribution plan. The costs associated with the preparation and administration of this scheme will therefore be levied under this Premium scheme.

When is the contribution payable?

This includes allocating staff time for upfront planning and service provision along with professional fees to prepare and review the contribution plan. Once the plan is in place, further staff time will be required to manage the contribution system, which includes calculating and recording contribution payments and monitoring developments, work plan expenditure and indexation assumptions.

Deferred/periodic payments

Exemptions

To be considered for an exemption, applications must include a formal application for exemption that addresses points a), b) and c) above, as well as provide a detailed traffic analysis showing that the traffic generated by the development proposed (expressed in terms of DVT - 'daily vehicle trips per 100 m2 gross area') is significantly lower than the assumed rate under this plan. The granting of any reduction in the contribution rate is at the Council's sole discretion and will only be considered where the applicant can demonstrate that the proposed uses generate less than 2 daily vehicle journeys per 100m2 of gross floor area.

Method of payment of contribution

The cost of the work will be compensated with the requested contribution only for the same object category. The amount of compensation will be as agreed by the Council and will not exceed the cost allocation for the works included in the Contribution Plan.

Planning agreements

The Council will generally not accept the dedication of land (identified for public purposes in terms of this plan) to offset the required monetary contribution. Rather, the developer will be required to pay the full contribution in respect of land acquisition.

Calculation of contribution rate Net Present Value Method

A cash flow projection will be prepared using the above elements over the term of the Contributions Plan. The contribution rate per square meter is determined based on the fact that the NPV (Net Cash Flow) against the discount rate is neutral over the total term of the plan.

How are contributions adjusted at the time of payment?

The contribution rate for development is determined by the contribution rate per square meter (see Annex 1.3).

Credit for existing development?

Pooling of contributions

Savings and transitional arrangements

This neighborhood is bounded by Annangrove Road, Withers Road, Second Ponds Creek and the northern boundary of 314 Annangrove Road. This neighborhood is located in the northern part of the Annangrove Road Light Industrial Employment Area.

Development and facility needs

The Annangrove Road Light Industrial Employment Area is land zoned into both IN2 Light Industry and B6 Enterprise Corridor and is adjacent to Seconds Pond Creek and Annangrove Road. Bounded by Annangrove Road, Cattai Creek, Second Ponds Creek and the northern boundary of 314 Annangrove Road, it consists of 10 lots with a land area of ​​23.04 ha.

Existing development

Development potential

Demand for public facilities and services

Roadworks

The Annangrove Road Light Industrial Estate is located adjacent to Annangrove Road and Seconds Pond Creek, north-west of the Rouse Hill Regional Centre. The use of the term "light industrial" within this clause was intended to be interpreted as a "catch-all" term for all development within the Annangrove Road Light Industrial Area.

CURRENT DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN 2012

The purpose of this report is to rationalize controls relating to centre-based childcare development within The Hills Development Control Plan 2012. It is noted that the controls relating to centre-based childcare within DCP 2012 apply to land throughout the Shire, including growth centres.

The submission objected to allowing centre-based childcare in low-density residential areas, raising concerns about the impact on residential character and amenity, traffic and parking impacts, the expanded role of private certification bodies and increased pressure on local infrastructure. The legislation was made on 1 September 2017 and maintains the requirement that 'centre-based childcare facilities' must be permitted with consent within the R2 Low Density Residential Zone.

Figure

Figure 2 below demonstrates a more appropriate design outcome for attached front- front-loaded small lot housing, applicable to standard lot configuration and dimensions found  in R3 Medium Density residential areas in Castle Hill.
Figure 3 below demonstrates a potential Torrens or Community Title terrace  development outcome under Clause 4.1B, if subject to a minimum parent lot size of  1,800m 2 and the proposed draft DCP controls

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