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The proposed dimensions of the pylon sign were considered in relation to the approved signage on the site and the applicant's request for the additional front facade sign (see comments above in Section a). The applicant's request to increase the height of the sign and display area is satisfactory.

Furthermore, there is an existing fence that shall remain between the Mean Fiddler site

Section 96 of the EP and A Act, 1979

Issues from Submissions

Noise readings, if required, would be taken at the boundary closest to the nearest affected receiver in accordance with the NSW Industrial Noise Policy. The question of whether the applicant fulfills the 11th and 48th conditions in view of the changes to the landscape plan.

HERITAGE COMMENTS

Development in Accordance with Submitted Plans

Provision of Parking Spaces

The development application concerns the conversion of the existing double garage into a secondary dwelling in accordance with the provisions of SEPP (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009. The proposal is for the conversion of the existing double garage into a secondary dwelling in accordance with the provisions of SEPP (Affordable Rental Housing). Rental housing) 2009.

ISSUES FOR CONSIDERATION

Compliance with SEPP (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009

2. Issues Raised in Submission

Amenity Impacts

The consent authority is also to determine if it is appropriate to bring the existing

  • Compliance with SEPP (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009
  • Construction Certificate
  • External Finishes
  • Bushfire Requirements - BAL 19 – Residential i) Asset Protection Zones
  • Adherence to Waste Management Plan
  • Building Work to be in Accordance with BCA
  • Construction Certificate
  • Fire safety and BCA upgrading
  • Management of Construction Waste

No work (including excavation, earth filling or soil reshaping) may be carried out before the Building Certificate is issued where a Building Certificate is required. Plans submitted with the Building Certificate must be amended to incorporate the conditions of the planning permission. All building work must be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Building Code of Australia.

Plans submitted with the Construction Certificate must be amended to include the conditions of the Development Consent.

1) Masonry products;

Commencement of Domestic Waste Service

Domestic Waste Storage Area

PRIOR TO WORK COMMENCING ON THE SITE

Principal Certifying Authority

Builder and PCA Details Required

Management of Building Sites – Builder’s Details

Erosion and Sedimentation Controls

Details of Waste Contractor Required

Compliance with BASIX Certificate

Roof Water Drainage

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

N.B. An Occupation Certificate cannot be issued and the building may not be able to be

Hours of Work

Domestic Waste Management

ATTACHMENT 1 – LOCALITY PLAN

ATTACHMENT 2 – SITE PLAN

ATTACHMENT 3 – SITE PLAN

ATTACHMENT 4 – ELEVATIONS

Compliance with Requirements of SEPP (Sydney Region Growth Centres) 2006

Compliance with North Kellyville Development Control Plan 2008

DEVELOPMENT

5. To facilitate the orientation of lots and dwellings to front public and private open

The deletion of the Littabella Lane does however affect two neighbouring properties but

6. To enhance the outlook, setting and amenity of subdivisions adjoining open space

Compliance with The Hills Development Control Plan 2012

A noise impact assessment has been prepared which shows that the proposed day care center is capable of operating with minimal impact on adjacent properties if the recommendations in the noise assessment are implemented. It is assumed that the day care center can operate with minimal impact on the amenity value of the area.”. The suggested opening hours are a slight deviation from the opening hours required by the DCP.

A noise impact report has been submitted in support of the application and the deviation is considered reasonable.

IMPACTS

Development in Accordance with Submitted Plans (as amended)

2. External Finishes

Compliance with NSW Rural Fire Service Requirements

Illumination

Provision of Parking Spaces

Construction Certificate

Prior to Demolition Works Commencing

Street Trees (North Kellyville)

Adherence to Waste Management Plan

Management of Demolition and Construction Waste

Commencement of Council Waste Service

13. Location of Bin Storage Area

Soiled Nappies

Construction and Fit-out of Food Premises

Subdivision Certificate Pre-Lodgement Meeting/ Check

Upgrading of Existing Water and Sewerage Services

Recycled Water

Separate Application for Residue Lots

Approved Subdivision Plan – Combined Development/ Subdivision

Drawing 93178DPI DRAFT dated 11/11/2013 except where amended by other conditions

Protection of Public Infrastructure

Vehicular Access and Parking

Gutter and Footpath Crossing Application

Supervision of Works

Public Liability Insurance

Tree Removal

All other trees are to remain and are to be protected during all works. Suitable

Planting Requirements

Protection of Existing Vegetation

Special Infrastructure Contribution – Growth Centres

Notice of Requirements

Please note the following guidelines in relation to numbering

Details of Waste Contractors Required

Selection and installation of mechanical plant

Engineering Works and Design

This certification must be added to the documentation approved as part of each building certificate. The designer of the works of art must be qualified and experienced and have specialist knowledge in the relevant field of work. All disused verges must be removed along with the restoration of the adjacent footpath verge area.

Service conduits to each of the proposed new lots, laid in strict accordance with the relevant service authority's requirements, are required.

Refer to the standard rain garden plan and accompanying technical information on

Sediment and Erosion Control Plan

Security Bond – Pavement and Public Asset Protection

Bank Guarantee Requirements (Development)

Builder and PCA Details Required

Management of Building Sites – Builder’s Details

42. Approved Temporary Closet

Demolition Works and Asbestos Management

Discontinuation of Council Waste Service

Traffic Control Plan

Sediment and Erosion Control

Service Authority Consultation – Subdivision Works Before subdivision works commence

  • Pre-Construction Public Infrastructure Dilapidation Report
  • Compliance with Critical Stage Inspections and Other Inspections Nominated by the Principal Certifying Authority
  • Documentation On Site
  • Detailed Contamination Assessment
  • Acoustic requirement - Glazing
  • Hand Wash Basins
  • Fencing requirement
  • Demolition of Septic Tank and Effluent Disposal Area
  • Standard of Works
  • Engineering Construction Inspections

In the event that contaminants are identified, a remediation action plan and validation report will also be submitted to the Board. In the kitchen and in the bottle prep area in the 0-2 classroom, a handwashing base (which is for washing hands only) with faucets that operate hands-free only, is provided. Along the northern and eastern boundaries (where indicated in the site plan 02/08, amendment H, dated March 13) of the children's center, a wooden fence of 1.8 meters with an overlap and a cap will be placed.

The fence must not have any gaps between the panels or between the floor and the bottom of the panels.

Engineering Inspections - Rain Gardens (North Kellyville)

Section 94 Contribution – North Kellyville

Food Premises Final Inspection

Food Shop Registration requirements Occupation of the premises shall not occur until

Noise Management Plan

Completion of Subdivision Works

Completion of Engineering Works

Works as Executed Plans

Final Subdivision Fees

Confirmation of Pipe Locations

Section 73 Compliance Certificate

Provision of Electrical Services

Provision of Telecommunication Services

Subdivision Certificate Application

Final Plan and 88B Instrument

Post Construction Public Infrastructure Dilapidation Report

Completion of Water Sensitive Urban Design Elements (North Kellyville) An Occupation Certificate must not be issued prior to the completion of the rain garden

Restriction on Access

Number of Children

Ongoing Management of Council Waste Service

Acoustic requirement – use of windows

Noise Management Plan

A copy of the Noise Management Plan shall be provided to parents/guardians at the time

ATTACHMENT 1 – LOCALITY PLAN

ATTACHMENT 2 – AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH

ATTACHMENT 3 – NORTH KELLYVILLE INDICATIVE LAYOUT PLAN

ATTACHMENT 4 – SEPP ZONING AND DCP ROAD LAYOUT

ATTACHMENT 5 – PLAN OF PROPOSED SUBDIVISION (LANE DELETED)

ATTACHMENT 6 – PLAN OF SUBDIVISION INCLUDING RELOCATED LANE

Compliance with The Hills Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2012 a. Permissibility

The proposed double dwelling utilizes the existing dwelling on the site without expanding the proposed building space. The proposed change to the minimum required lot size for a dual occupancy does not affect the ability of the site to provide adequate development space, including parking and landscaped areas. It does not affect the rural landscape (keeping entirely within the existing building footprint) or the objectives of the RU6 transition zone which will provide a transition between rural and other land uses.

The proposed attached double dwelling is considered satisfactory as it utilizes the existing dwelling's climate screen and is compatible in terms of scale with adjacent rural development.

Compliance with The Hills Development Control Plan 2012

The development is considered suitable for the area and the building is single storey with a minimum lateral setback of 17.4m from the eastern boundary adjacent to No. It is noted that no objections have been received following notification of the proposed development . The proposed development is considered to be consistent with the objectives of the RU6 Transition Zone as it protects and maintains land that forms a transition between zoned rural areas and businesses and minimizes conflict between land use within the zone and adjacent zones.

The proposal has been assessed having regard to the provisions of section 79C of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, the Hills Local Environmental Plan 2012, and the Hills Development Control Plan, Part B, Section 1 – Rural and is considered satisfactory.

Construction Certificate

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. The development is being carried out in accordance with the following plans and details approved, sealed and returned with this consent, unless varied by other conditions of the consent.

Clause 94 works

Management of Construction Waste

Principal Certifying Authority

Builder and PCA Details Required

Compliance with BASIX Certificate

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

Hours of Work

Section 73 Certificate must be submitted to the Principal Certifying Authority before the issuing of an Occupation Certificate

Maintenance of on-site sewage management system

Domestic Waste Management

The applicant originally proposed a maximum worship space capacity of 80 people, but Council officers raised concerns during the assessment process regarding the certainty of the additional parking arrangement proposed for 80 people. This arrangement proposed the use of parking spaces not under the applicant's control on a permanent arrangement. 21/10/2013 Letter sent to applicant requesting response to issues raised in submissions and fire engineer's report.

The place of worship was originally proposed to have a maximum capacity of 80 people, but concerns were raised with the applicant in relation to parking arrangements.

Compliance with Local Environmental Plan 2012

DCP 2012 Part C Section 1- Parking requires parking to be provided at the rate of one space per five seats for a place of worship. A condition of consent is recommended to limit the capacity of the facility to 40 persons, thereby requiring eight parking spaces. Development Control Plan (DCP) 2012 Part C Section 1- Parking requires parking to be provided at the rate of one space per five seats for a place of worship.

The applicant originally proposed a maximum capacity of 80 people, which would require 16 car parking spaces.

Compliance with DCP 2012 Part B Section 7- Industrial

The applicant initially proposed that an additional 20 car parking spaces be made available within the complex outside normal business hours for use by the place of worship. Due to the temporary nature of this arrangement and the uncertainty surrounding its long-term suitability, Council officials raised concerns about the facility's maximum capacity. The proposal has been assessed against the provisions of section 79C of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, the Local Environmental Plan 2012 and the Development Control Plan 2012 Part B Section 7- Industrial and Part C Section 1- Parking and is considered satisfactory.

The issues raised in the comments have been addressed in the body of the report and do not warrant denial of the application.

Provision of Parking Spaces

The proposal has been assessed by the Council's resource recovery project officer and is considered satisfactory subject to conditions.

Separate application for other signs

Construction Certificate

Building Work to be in Accordance with BCA

Clause 94 considerations

Adherence to Waste Management Plan

Management of Construction Waste

Builder and PCA Details Required

Management of Building Sites – Builder’s Details

In the case of a private certified development, name and contact number of the primary certifying authority. The Council will exercise its powers under the Protection of the Environment Act in the event that building operations cause noise from the property on Sundays or public holidays or otherwise between the hours listed above. Prior to the occupation of the premises as a place of worship, the applicant must submit to Council an acoustic statement prepared by a suitably qualified acoustic consultant detailing the assessment of potential sources of noise which may adversely affect associated and surrounding tenements.

The assessment must focus on the impact that noise (not limited to music) that the operation of the church site may have on associated and surrounding tenancies in the complex.

Timetable of Worship Times

PAGE 128 The erection of a sign, in a prominent position, stating that unauthorized access to the site is not permitted and giving an after-hours contact name and telephone number. The builder/contractor will be responsible for instructing and controlling subcontractors regarding the working hours. The assessment will also provide recommendations, if necessary, to negate objectionable noise impacting on attached and surrounding tenancies.

Offensive Noise - Acoustic Report

Lighting

Odour control

Waste and Recycling Management

The proposed flat has an area of ​​60 m2 and is proposed to be built at the rear of the primary flat. The issues raised in the application include amenity, privacy, height and use of the dwelling. The issues are addressed in the body of the report and do not warrant rejection of the application.

The proposed flat has an internal area of ​​60m² and is proposed to be built to the rear of the primary flat.

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

The development application is for the construction of a secondary residence under the provisions of SEPP (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009. The proposed residence contains two bedrooms and is proposed to be constructed of timber weatherboard cladding with colorbond roofing. PAGE 137 (b) is on the same lot (other than an individual lot in a strata plan or community title scheme) as the principal residence, and. (c) is located in, or is connected to, or separate from, the main residence.”.

However, it is noted that the proposed Floor Area Ratio (FSR) complies with the maximum allowable floor area ratio control of 0.5:1 in DCP Part B Section 3 Dual Occupancy as the proposed FSR is 0.29:1.

Issues Raised in Submissions

Consequently, the proposed secondary dwelling is not considered to be inconsistent with the layout of the surrounding area (Refer to Attachment No. 2). As detailed in this report, the proposed secondary dwelling achieves full compliance with the SEPP. There is no requirement for the proposed secondary dwelling to be assessed against the Residential section of the DKP.

The proposed secondary dwelling should be set back 900mm from the rear boundary of the property.

External Finishes

The development is carried out in accordance with the approved plans and details submitted to Council as amended in red, stamped and returned with this consent. The red stamp amendment on the approved plan must show that an electric heat pump with a performance of 31 to 35 RECs or better must be installed in accordance with the requirements of the BASIX certificate.

Protection of Public Infrastructure

Structures Adjacent to Piped Drainage Easements

Requirements for Council Drainage Easements

Prior to commencing any demolition work on the site, the applicant shall notify all adjacent and adjacent neighbors and the Council five (5) working days prior to commencing work.

Roof Sheeting

Building Work to be in Accordance with BCA

Notice of Required Inspections for demolitions

Adherence to Waste Management Plan

Management of C&D Waste

Consultation with Service Authorities

Erosion and Sedimentation Controls

Demolition Works and Asbestos Management

Details of Waste Transport Contractor Required

Roof Water Drainage

Pursuant to Article 97A of the 2000 Spatial Planning and Environmental Assessment Regulation, it is a condition of this development permit that all commitments stated in BASIX certificate number. Any subsequent version of this BASIX certificate will supersede all previous versions of the certificate. A Section 96 application may be required if the next version of this BASIX certificate necessitates design changes in development.

A final inspection will be carried out to ensure compliance with all the conditions of the Development Consent, prior to the issue of an Occupation Certificate.

Domestic Waste Management

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