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The applicant is now seeking approval for the simultaneous consolidation and subdivision of the site into two lots; proposed Lots 1 and 2. The first and second occasions related to the initial layout of the proposal which included bulk storage bins and access to Wilkins Avenue. It is proposed to undertake a simultaneous consolidation and subdivision of the site into two (2) plots as follows.

Subsequent changes to the proposal included a reduction in the scope of the operation, including the removal of bulk containers from use. The following addresses the key LEP development standards relevant to the subject proposal:. The retention of the existing shed was identified in the proposed plan for the area.

Retaining the barn constitutes an obstacle to the intended use of the site. The DCP requires that customer access be limited to Wilkins Avenue, and traffic lights at the intersection at Windsor Road and Millcroft Way to facilitate right-hand turns from Millcroft Way to Windsor Road must be provided as part of the development.

The applicant has provided the following justification for the variation

SEPP Infrastructure 2007

Issues Raised in Submissions

The vehicle access point to Wilkins Avenue associated with the landscape inventory setting has been deleted. The landscape supply business is now separated from the residential properties on Wilkins Avenue by the proposed integrated housing development site. The landscape supply business is now separated from the existing residential properties on Wilkins Avenue by the proposed integrated housing development site.

The use of these buildings will be required to be accompanied by landscape supplies. ii) Issues raised in the amended proposal. We have already had a significant amount of traffic flow due to the new traffic signals at Millcroft Way and Windsor Road due to residents in and around Wilkins Avenue (east side) having to enter Millcroft Way to make a U-turn. I don't have to keep my house closed due to landscaping supplies wanting to move into a residential area.

Any change in site use to include bulk storage bins will need further approval. As there are no longer bulk material bins proposed as part of the amended application, an oil tank is no longer required due to the reduced number and type of machinery on site.

5. Internal Referrals

External Referrals

2. As mentioned above, the application proposes all vehicle access to the Landscape

RECOMMENDATION

  • Development in Accordance with Submitted Plans
  • Timeframe for Works
  • Separate Development Application for Occupation of Building at RMB 104A Windsor Road
  • Compliance with NSW Rural Fire Service Requirements
  • Provision of Parking Spaces
  • Signage
  • Adherence to Waste Management Plan
  • Tree Removal

External finishes and colors must be in accordance with the details submitted with the development application and approved with this permission. Compliance with the requirements of the National Fire Service of NSW, attached as Schedule (A) to this consent and dated 18th August 2017. A separate application must be submitted to and approved by the Council prior to the placement of any advertising or advertising structures other than those specified in this permission approved signs.

Illuminated signs will automatically turn off at 9:00 PM each day to protect residential amenity. Content displayed in the LED section of the table is not allowed to contain specific product branding. All Waste Management Plan commitments submitted and approved by Council must be implemented during the construction of the development.

Any material moved off site must be transported in accordance with the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act 1997 and only to a site that can legally be used as a waste facility. Certificates of all waste/recycling submissions must be kept on site at all times and produced in legible form to any authorized Council officer who requests them.

10. Planting Requirements

Replacement Planting Requirements

Management of Construction and/or Demolition Waste

Construction of Waste Storage Area/s

Waste and Recycling Collection Contract

Construction Certificate

Accredited Certifier. Plans submitted with the Construction Certificate are to be amended

Building Work to be in Accordance with BCA

Clause 93 Considerations

Application for Building Certificate

Building Certificate works

Subdivision Certificate Preliminary Review

Road Opening Permit

Vehicular Access and Parking

Vehicular Crossing Request

Minor Engineering Works

Works on existing public roads or any other land under the care and control of Council

PRIOR TO THE ISSUE OF A CONSTRUCTION CERTIFICATE

Notice of Requirements

Section 7.12 Contribution

Security Bond Requirements

Security Bond – Road Pavement and Public Asset Protection

The bond is refundable upon written application to Council and is subject to all work

Security Bond – External Works

Site Management Plan

Tree Protection Signage

Mulching within Tree Protection Zone

35. Trenching within Tree Protection Zone

  • Traffic Control Plan
  • NSW Roads and Maritime Services Design Approval
  • Service Authority Consultation – Subdivision Works
  • Public Infrastructure Inventory Report
  • Hours of Work
  • Standard of Works
  • Working Hours
  • Acoustic fence
  • Compliance with Roads and Maritime Services Requirements

The Project Arborist must be on site to supervise any work near or within the Tree Protection Zone (TPZ) of any trees to be retained on the site or any adjacent site. Inspection of the works must be certified by the project arborist and a copy of such certification must be provided to the private certifier within 14 days of completion of the work. The builder/contractor is responsible for training and supervising subcontractors regarding working hours.

All work must be carried out in accordance with the Council's Subdivisions/Works Specification and must include any necessary works required to make the construction effective. All work must be confined between the hours of 7:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Saturday. Following receipt of justified complaints/complaints about impacts on local traffic arising from roadworks being carried out on existing public roads, those roadworks will be restricted to the hours of 9:00am to 3:00pm, Monday to Friday or as otherwise directed by the Council. the staff.

Requests to carry out road works on existing public roads at night to avoid local traffic impact will also be considered based on site conditions and must be approved in writing by the Council's Manager - Subdivision and Development Certification. Six-foot-tall acoustic fences will be installed along the residential subdivision boundary and the eastern boundary of 103 Windsor Road, Beaumont Hills. The fences are made of a solid continuous construction and of Colorbond aluminum, glass, masonry construction or a combination of these materials.

A Certificate of Subdivision cannot be issued until the completion of all subdivision works covered by this consent. A letter from the Norwegian Maritime and Maritime Services confirming that all relevant work has been carried out in accordance with their requirements must be submitted.

48. Section 73 Compliance Certificate

Provision of Electrical Services

Provision of Telecommunication Services

Subdivision Certificate Application

Site/Lot Classification Report

53. Building Adjacent to Proposed Boundary

Building Services

Completion of Engineering Works

Public Infrastructure Inventory Report - Post Construction

Creation of Restrictions / Positive Covenants

Water Sensitive Urban Design Certification

Validation report

Site Remediation

THE USE OF THE SITE

Waste and Recycling Management

Waste and Recycling Collection

Acoustic compliance

Site Management Plan

Lighting

Pre-packaged Materials Only

67. Hours of Operation

Height of Materials Storage and Display

ATTACHMENT 1 – LOCALITY PLAN

ATTACHMENT 2 – AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH

ATTACHMENT 3 – ZONING MAP WITH DCP ROAD LAYOUT

ATTACHMENT 4 – SITE PLAN ORIGINAL PROPOSAL

ATTACHMENT 5 – SITE PLAN OF AMENDED PROPOSAL

ATTACHMENT 6 – ELEVATIONS

ATTACHMENT 7 – PLAN OF SUBDIVISION

ATTACHMENT 8 – PYLON SIGN DETAILS

ATTACHMENT 9 – SITE PLAN PROPOSED LOT 1 DA 1236/2018/ZE

ATTACHMENT 10 – RFS BUSHFIRE SAFETY AUTHORITY

Local Environmental Plan 2012 sets a 12 metre height limit. The proposed exhaust fans

The applicant has advised that currently the majority of restaurants/cafes on the

Compliance with Local Environmental Plan 2012

The objectives of Clause 4.6 of LEP 2012 are

Clause 4.6 (4) of LEP 2012 states

Compliance with DCP Part B Section 6 - Business

Issues Raised in the Submissions

The approved ventilation works

The plans submitted do not include

Internal Referrals

IMPACTS

Construction Certificate

Building Work to be in Accordance with BCA

Builder and PCA Details Required

Management of Building Sites – Builder’s Details

Compliance with Critical Stage Inspections and Inspections Nominated by the PCA

An Occupation Certificate cannot be issued and the building may not be able to be used

Acoustic Requirements

Final Acoustic Report

Offensive Noise - Acoustic Report

15. Mechanical Ventilation Maintenance

Odour Control

Mechanical ventilation / air quality control compliance testing

ATTACHMENT 1 – LOCALITY PLAN

ATTACHMENT 2 – AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH

ATTACHMENT 3 – LOCATION OF PROPOSED WORKS

ATTACHMENT 4 – PROPOSED ROOF PLAN

ATTACHMENT 5 –

ATTACHMENT 6 –

ATTACHMENT 7 – CLAUSE 4.6 VARIATION REQUEST

References

Related documents

Financial Statements 2013 page 8 The Hills Shire Council Notes to the Financial Statements for the financial year ended 30 June 2013 Contents of the Notes accompanying the

MINUTES of the duly convened Ordinary Meeting of The Hills Shire Council held in the Council Chambers on 28 April 2020 7.03pm Councillor Thomas left the meeting and returned at 7.20pm