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This is page 2 of the minutes of the ordinary meeting of Hills Shire Council held on 23 February 2016. This is page 3 of the minutes of the ordinary meeting of Hills Shire Council held on 23 February 2016.

Security Bond Requirements

MINUTES of a duly called regular meeting of The Hills Shire Council held in the Council Chambers on the 23rd February 2016. Service wiring to each of the proposed new lots is required to be laid in strict accordance with the requirements of the relevant service authority.

Sediment and Erosion Control Plan

This is page 9 of the minutes of the ordinary meeting of Hills Shire Council held on 23 February 2016. This is page 10 of the minutes of the ordinary meeting of Hills Shire Council held on 23 February 2016.

Section 94A Contribution

Traffic Control Plan

This is page 11 of the minutes of the Hills Shire Council regular meeting held on 23 February 2016.

Erection of Signage – Supervision of Work

Contractors Details

Sediment and Erosion Control

Service Authority Consultation – Subdivision Works Before subdivision works commence

Erosion and Sedimentation Controls

This is page 12 of the minutes of the ordinary meeting of The Hills Shire Council held on 23rd February 2016. All work must be carried out in accordance with the Council's work specifications subdivisions/developments and must include all works necessary to make the construction efficient.

Critical Stage Inspections – Subdivision Works

Subdivision Earthworks – Lot Topsoil

Aboriginal Archaeological Sites or Relics

National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974

European Sites or Relics

Working Hours

Stockpiles

Construction Noise

Contamination

This is Page 13 of the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of The Hills Shire Council held on 23 February 2016. A subdivision certificate cannot be issued until the completion of all subdivision works covered by this consent.

Compliance with NSW Rural Fire Service Requirements

Works as Executed Plans

Performance/ Maintenance Security Bond

Confirmation of Pipe Locations

Section 73 Compliance Certificate

Provision of Electrical Services

Building Services

Provision of Telecommunication Services

This is page 14 of the minutes of the ordinary meeting of The Hills Shire Council held on 23 February 2016. This shall include the earthing of the existing telecommunications services in front of the site and the removal of all redundant poles and cables, unless otherwise approved by the Council in writing.

Final Plan and 88B Instrument

Vegetation Protection – Community Association Lot

Subdivision Certificate Application

This is Page 14 of the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of The Hills Shire Council held on 23 February 2016. infrastructure. This is Page 15 of the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of The Hills Shire Council held on 23 February 2016.

Stormwater CCTV Recording

Public Asset Creation Summary

Existing Fencing

Vegetation Management Plan

Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) Implementation

This is page 16 of the minutes of the ordinary meeting of the Hills Shire Council held on 23 February 2016. This is page 23 of the minutes of the ordinary meeting of the Hills Shire Council held on 23 February 2016.

ISSUES FOR CONSIDERATION

The Hills Local Environmental Plan 2012

The Hills Development Control Plan 2012

Issues Raised in Submissions

The use of Colorbond cladding is deemed to be consistent with the overall design of the proposed development and will not adversely detract from the overall design or character of the place. The overall design of the proposed development provides for a significantly lower building profile than No.

CONCLUSION

Development in Accordance with Submitted Plans

Shadow Diagram / Site Analysis DA 05 C December 2015

Construction Certificate

Building Work to be in Accordance with BCA

Adherence to Waste Management Plan

Management of Construction and/ or Demolition Waste

Demolition Inspections

Demolition Notification

Surplus Excavated Material

Commencement of Domestic Waste Service

Provision of Domestic Waste Storage Area

Planting Requirements

14. Builder and PCA Details Required

Management of Building Sites – Builder’s Details

Consultation with Service Authorities

Demolition Works and Asbestos Management

Approved Temporary Closet

Stabilised Access Point

Sydney Water Building Plan Approval

Dust Control

Survey Report

Compliance with BASIX Certificate

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

Where Council is nominated as Principal Certifying Authority, notification of all

Roof Water Drainage

Filtration Motor Noise

Pool Discharge Water

Pool not to be Filled Until Occupation

Swimming Pool Safety Fencing

Resuscitation Warning Notice

ATTACHMENTS

ATTACHMENT 1 – LOCALITY PLAN

ATTACHMENT 2 – AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH

ATTACHMENT 3 – EXISTING SITE PLAN

ATTACHMENT 4 – PROPOSED SITE PLAN

ATTACHMENT 5 – ELEVATIONS

ATTACHMENT 6 – SECTION & POOL DETAILS

ATTACHMENT 7 – SHADOW DIAGRAMS

ATTACHMENT 8 – LANDSCAPE PLAN

ATTACHMENT 9 – LOCALITY PHOTOS – DWELLING EXAMPLES

11 Snowdon Avenue

21 Snowdon Avenue

26 Arcadian Circuit

17 Arcadian Circuit

ITEM-3 PLANNING PROPOSAL 153 BOUNDARY ROAD BOX

APPLICANT

THE SITE

The following figure is an overlay of the existing land zoning map and DCP road layout,

The figures below illustrate the existing and proposed zoning for the site

Figure 4

STRATEGIC CONTEXT A Plan for Growing Sydney

Local Strategy

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION Site Selection

Figure 6

Immediate access to roads and services: This allows immediate direct access for maintenance and for traffic and associated services (power, telecommunications, water) to serve the development. Based on an analysis of potential sites, the following material was prepared by the proponent. It is noted that one of the main benefits of the pressure sewer system is that it is a closed system and does not overflow with sewage during heavy rain.

Figure 7  Site Selection Matrix
Figure 7 Site Selection Matrix

As the proposed facility would service approximately 13,335 equivalent persons, an

Figure 9

Impact without generator

The generator is only forecast to be tested during daytime hours either once a month for

Twelve development applications have been lodged with Council for the Box Hill North

As can be seen, the approval identifies a riparian road along the riparian corridor

The distance of the road reserve would be approximately 15 metres. The distances of

Orderly Development

Based on advice from the proponent, Flow Systems will provide a decentralised

The power use of the individual pressure sewer pumps on each property would be

Designated Development

It is also considered that if the existing zone was retained, the additional permitted uses

DRAFT

INDEX

INTRODUCTION

  • LAND TO WHICH THIS SECTION OF THE PLAN APPLIES
  • THE PURPOSE OF THIS DCP
  • AIM, VISION AND OBJECTIVES OF THIS SECTION OF THE DCP

In the event of any inconsistency between this section of the Development Control Plan and any other sections of the Development Control Plan, the provisions of this section shall apply only to the extent of the inconsistency. The purpose of this section of the Development Control Plan is to identify the built form parameters for Box Hill North and to facilitate the development of residential, open space, leisure, retail and commercial uses within the site. This section will identify the Council's objectives for development within Box Hill North and provide relevant controls to ensure that the vision and objectives are achieved.

Figure 1 – Land to which this section of the DCP applies
Figure 1 – Land to which this section of the DCP applies

INDICATIVE LAYOUT PLAN

  • SITE ANALYSIS
  • DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS
  • TOWN CENTRE
  • STREET NETWORK
  • LOCAL ROAD HIERARCHY
  • ROAD DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
  • PUBLIC TRANSPORT
  • PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLE NETWORK
  • PUBLIC DOMAIN
  • SPECIAL CONTROLS
  • STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
  • BUSHFIRE HAZARD MANAGEMENT
  • CUT AND FILL
  • ABORIGINAL HERITAGE

The Hills Shire Council Page 14. d) Bus shelters must be provided turnkey and installed at the subdivision construction stage by the developer to the satisfaction of Council. Utilities and services must be provided and constructed in accordance with the requirements of the relevant authority. The Hills Shire Council Page 19. v) Local drainage connections within subdivisions must be a minimum of 5 meters in width, designed in accordance with details available from Council.

Figure 4 – Town Centre Figure 3 – Town Centre
Figure 4 – Town Centre Figure 3 – Town Centre

RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

  • HOUSING TYPES AND DESIGN PRINCIPLES
  • MINIMUM SUBDIVISION SIZE FOR R2 LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL -
  • ENVIRONMENTAL LIVING
  • RESIDENTIAL AMENITY, SOLAR ACCESS AND PRIVACY
  • FORMS, ROOFS AND FEATURE ELEMENTS
  • FENCING
  • GARAGES AND CAR PORTS
  • RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT ADJOINING WATER RECYCLING
  • STREET TREES O BJECTIVES

On corner lots, a minimum of three of the following design elements must be included along the secondary frontage: 8/12/2015 Officials from UrbanGrowth NSW briefed Council to present the status of the Masterplan for the Cherrybrook Railway Station area. The first area to be planned as part of the urban transformation program is the Cherrybrook train station area.

Figure 10 – Environmental Living Design Principles
Figure 10 – Environmental Living Design Principles

Cherrybrook Precinct

The project plan has been prepared to guide the detailed master planning of the Area to completion. Contribution plans for the Hills and Hornsby LGAs (to be prepared by the relevant councils); and. Public Domain Guidelines for the Hills and Hornsby LGAs (to be prepared by the relevant councils).

Key Tasks and Timeframes

Statutory planning reports and planning proposals for all three areas, including drafting, to facilitate changes to both the Hills and Hornsby LEPs;. Amendments to both the Hills and Hornsby DCPs (to be prepared by the relevant councils); For any future planning proposals for land within the Hills Shire, the Council would be the proponent.

Budget and Cost Allocation

The cost of the unique studies is shared between Hills and Hornsby Council, with the exception of the Geotechnical Assessment. The Council will be responsible for project management and engagement of Geotechnical Review Panel members. It is recommended that Council allocate an additional $25,000 (excluding GST) for the procurement of Geotechnical Review Panel Members.

Communication and Engagement

The cost of the joint studies will be split between UrbanGrowth NSW, The Hills Shire Council and Hornsby Shire Council. The council will fully fund the cost of carrying out the geotechnical assessment. This report presents the results of the public tender for the execution of these works and the recommendations of the preferred contractor.

Guiding Principles for the Act and Local Government

PAGE 136 The Minister for Local Government, the Honorable Paul Toole MP advised that Phase 1 of the reform program focuses on changes to the governance and strategic business planning processes of Councils and that later phases will focus on how Councils raise revenue and how they perform their regulatory functions as well as a program of restructuring and updating the local government legislation. The Office of Local Government has issued a Fit for the Future paper entitled "Towards New Local Government Legislative Explanatory Paper: proposed Phase 1 amendments" and it is on the Fit for the Future website.

This attachment should be read in conjunction with the summary below, and especially where the comment is either "Not Supported", "Debatable" or.

Council’s Workforce

Ethical Standards

The document adapted for the future entitled "Towards the explanatory document of the new local government legislation: the proposed amendments of phase 1" (32 pages). This led to the appointment of the Independent Local Government Review Panel (Panel) and the Local Government Acts Task Force (Task Force). While the fundamentals of the Local Government Act 1993 remain unchanged, both the Panel and the Task Force recommended change.

Guiding principles for the Act and local government

The role of local government proposed by the Task Force was similar, but has been modified in this proposal to:  better reflect the vision for Local. Government in NSW agreed on Destination 2036, including a focus on achieving results and collaboration within and beyond local government.

Structural framework of local government

Section 224 prescribes the number of councilors a council may have (between 5 and 15) and the manner in which that number is to be determined. It is proposed to amend Article 224 to require that councils must have a number of councilors and mayors. The Panel recommended that consideration be given to supporting the simplification of the governance arrangements of some small rural councils to allow for efficiencies and savings.

The governing body of councils

When a single trustee is appointed to a council, they must exercise the roles and responsibilities of the mayor and an alderman as prescribed by law. In the context of the exercise of these powers, the minister may appoint a temporary adviser to the council. Aspects of the current meeting provisions in the law and the regulations will be updated and incorporated into a new model meeting regulations.

Elections

Council’s workforce

The current provisions are unclear about the respective roles of general managers and boards in determining the organizational structure. It is proposed to omit the requirement under section 339 for general managers to report annually to the council on the contractual conditions of senior staff. Senior staff are now all employed under the approved standard contract for senior staff which makes this requirement redundant.

Ethical standards

It is proposed to remove the provisions that specifically deal with the investigation of complaints alleging violations of the monetary interest provisions. General Managers (and Mayors in the case of claims relating to General Managers) will continue to be required to refer monetary interest breaches to the Office of Local Government under the Model Code Procedures outlined. These will continue to be investigated by the Office and will be referred to the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) under the misconduct provisions where appropriate.

Councils’ strategic framework

This change is designed to incorporate a requirement in the Act that is currently reflected in the mandatory guidelines for integrated planning and reporting. The changes will give effect to the panel's recommendations to incorporate the principle of fiscal sustainability through integrated planning and reporting. If amended, the Act will require the adoption of a community engagement strategy to inform all council activities (apart from routine business-as-usual operations), not just those directly linked to the development of the council's integrated planning and reporting framework.

Council performance

The proposed changes are designed to begin to implement the working group's recommendations for a more "principles-based" approach to the regulation of councils' financial management in law, with prescriptive detail moved to regulation and other subordinate instruments where practical. The proposed changes are designed to implement the working group's recommendations for a more "principled" approach to regulating councils' financial management in law, with prescriptive detail moved to regulation and other subordinate instruments. Local authority audits are proposed to be brought under the auspices of the NSW Auditor-General.

SCHEDULE WITH COMMENTARY ON THE PROPOSED AMENDMENTS

TOWARDS NEW LOCAL GOVERNMENT LEGISLATION – PHASE 1 AMENDMENTS

Guiding principles for the Act and Local Government

  • Purposes of the Local Government Act

For the purposes of this section, the Western Lands Commissioner, the Lord Howe Island Board and an administrator with all or part of the functions of a local government body shall be considered local government agencies. The terms of reference for the Taskforce Local Government Acts required the Taskforce to identify key principles underpinning local government legislation in NSW in carrying out its work. A review of the Charter and proposed legislation has shown that much of what was in Section 8 is now proposed to be included in either the role of local government section or the guiding principles section.

Structural framework of Local Government

  • The Role of the Governing Body
  • The Number of Councillors
  • Rural Councils

In this scenario, the suggestion that the councilors should have an odd number of councilors presented no problems. Although not announced, it was generally considered that the combined council would have 12 councilors and 4 wards, so meeting the proposed requirement for an odd number of councilors is an issue. Page | 11 A rationale for having an uneven number of councilors would reduce the risk of decisions being made according to the mayor's casting vote.

The Governing body of Councils

  • The Role of the Mayor
  • The Mayor’s Term of Office
  • The Role of Councillors
  • Councillors’ Term of Office
  • Oath or Affirmation of Office
  • Role and Functions of Administrators
  • Meetings
  • Extension of the Option of Universal Postal Voting to all Councils Proposed Amendment Comments
  • Determination of the Organisation Structure
  • The requirement to report annually to the Council on Senior Staff Contractual conditions
  • Consolidation of the Prescription of Ethical Standards Proposed Amendment Comments
  • Investigation of Pecuniary Interest breaches
  • Integrated Planning and Reporting Principles
  • Streamlining the existing Integrated Planning and Reporting provisions
  • Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting to reflect Regional priorities
  • Fiscal Sustainability

Page | 16 Most of subsection 1 is now proposed to be incorporated into section 223 - the role of the governing body. Paragraph 335 (2) refers to the General Manager assisting with the state of the environmental report. A clause has been added making it a function of the day-to-day manager to confirm that the integrated planning and reporting requirements are fully met.

Figure

Figure 1  Locality Plan
Figure 5  Proposed site plan
Figure 7  Site Selection Matrix
Figure 1 – Land to which this section of the DCP applies
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References

Related documents

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