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This is page 3 of the minutes of the ordinary meeting of the Hills Shire Council held on 27 November 2018. This is page 5 of the minutes of the ordinary meeting of the Hills Shire Council held on 27 November 2018. This is page 7 of the Minutes of the ordinary meeting of The Hills Shire Council held on 27 November 2018.

The council withholds access to item 18 in accordance with the table below and § 11, subsection 2, in the Act on the Board of Municipalities. The council withholds access to point 18 in accordance with the above table and § 11, subsection 2, in the Act on the Board of Municipalities. The minutes from the above meeting were confirmed at the council meeting on 11 December 2018.

If a development plot is less than 10,000 m2 for any reason, the incentive clause will not apply and the maximum area ratio that can be achieved will be the base FSR. Following the rezoning of the Showground Precinct by the Department of Planning and Environment in December 2017, Council prepared a draft Development Control Plan, Contribution Plan and Public Domain Plan to guide future development. During the exhibition period, a number of submissions expressed concern regarding the lack of flexibility in the application of the 10,000 m2 floor area requirement.

1. Draft The Hills Development Control Plan 2012 (Part D Section 19 – Showground

EXHIBITION DETAILS

KEY ISSUES

Objection to Housing Diversity Provision

Application of Clause 9.7(1)

Flexibility for Sites Adjoining Cattai Creek

  • POST EXHIBITION AMENDMENT

The plot shares the entire rear property boundary with areas zoned RE1 Public Leisure, which includes a beach corridor and has a ground depth, measured from the road frontage to the land zone RE1 Public Leisure, of less than 45 metres. Shares the entire rear property boundary with land zoned RE1 Public Leisure which includes a beach corridor; and. The above exceptions will provide some additional flexibility in the application of the lot area requirement for properties that are both shallow and limited by the river corridor.

ITEM-3 SUBMISSION TO PLANNING PROPOSAL EXHIBITION

The proposed provision was very similar to the approach the Department has agreed to for land within the Sydney Metro Northwest Corridor. If the developer decides not to meet one or more of the above requirements, the maximum development potential of the site would be 1:1. At that time, the applicant wrote to the Ministry of Planning and Environment requesting that an alternative planning proposal authority be designated for the proposal.

The planning proposal now has no site specific clauses proposed and will make the following

The existing network in the vicinity of this junction is heavily congested as a result of the poor execution of the junction. It relies on outdated data from previous versions of the planning proposal and design. The price of car parking in the "centres" is a reduced price compared to other locations, which recognizes the services that are accessible on foot from the city.

The Voluntary Planning Agreement offer put to Council was not adequate to deal with the

This report forms part of the annual report on Extractive Industries (last report considered by Council on 12 December 2017) and represents an assessment of the performance of extractive operations within the Shire through the following sections:-.

OVERVIEW – EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES WITHIN THE SHIRE 1.1 Overview

Current Applications/Applications Determined in 2018

  • Development Application 2136/2018/JP – PF Formation, Lot 1 DP 590937, No
  • Dixon Sand – Lot 170 DP 664767, Lots A and B DP 407341, Lots 176, 177 and 216 DP 752039, Haerses Road, Maroota

Current Issues

  • PF Formation – Lot 1 DP 595538 off Old Northern Road, Maroota

COMMUNITY & THIRD PARTY ISSUES 2.1 Liaison and Review Committee

PF Formation

Dixon Sand

SECTION 3: SECTION 7.11 CONTRIBUTIONS

  • Current Account
  • Works Program
  • Section 7.11 Update
  • Five Year Audit

To ensure transparency and accountability, the Council will appoint qualified and independent auditors to examine, assess and report on how extractive industries operators within the Shire are making contributions. The audit is included in the Internal Audit Report which was reviewed at the Audit Committee meeting on August 21, 2018 and then approved by the Council at its regular meeting on September 11, 2018. For the information of the Audit Committee, the results of audit activity are considered satisfactory.

ATTACHMENT 1 – MAP OF EXISTING EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY SITES

EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY SUMMARY

Operator POSITIVE EARTHMOVING

These events will operate with the same road closure and traffic arrangements as other events held at Bella Vista Farm Park and are outlined in the attached Traffic Management Plan and Traffic Control Plan. To access Bella Vista Farm Park, vehicles will only be able to enter and exit from Elizabeth Macarthur Drive via Norbrik Drive off Old Windsor Road. Vehicles will also be able to access Bella Vista Farm Park via Westwood Way (Figure 1).

Figure 1: Vehicle entry to Bella Vista Farm Park

General through traffic heading north along Elizabeth Macarthur Drive will still be able to exit onto Norwest Boulevarde during the three events. On-site parking will be available for approx. 3,500 vehicles and a licensed traffic management company will provide traffic management at this event to monitor and control traffic and parking at Bella Vista Farm Park. Variable message signs (VMS) will be in place to direct traffic and advise on the traffic arrangements to enter and exit Bella Vista Farm Park for each of the events.

A copy of the Traffic Management Plan is attached to this report

That is, 1 ATC for exit Left turn only from main entrance to Elizabeth Macarthur Dve and 2 ATCs for exit on Westwood Way (Left turn only at gate halfway along Westwood Way and No Left turn but straight ahead only at roundabout near tennis courts). The annual Australia Day event will be held by the Hills Shire Council's Events team at Bella Vista Farm Park, Elisabeth Macarthur Drive, Bella Vista on Saturday 26 January 2019 from 12.00pm to 9.00pm. Elizabeth Macarthur Drive will be closed to southbound traffic turning left or right from Norwest Boulevarde.

The intention of this partial closure is to reduce the potential risk of cars backing up from the park's entrance gate off Elizabeth Macarthur Drive onto Norwest Boulevarde. To access Bella Vista Farm Park, vehicles will only be able to enter and exit Elizabeth Macarthur Drive via Norbrik Drive. Vehicles will also be able to enter and exit Bella Vista Farm Park via Westwood Way (Figure 1).

Vehicles exiting Bella Vista Farm Park should turn left onto Elizabeth Macarthur Drive and exit via Norbrik Drive Old Windsor Road or exit via Westwood Way (Image 2). General through traffic heading north along Elizabeth Macarthur Drive will still be able to enter Norwest Boulevarde during the two events. On-site parking will be available for approximately 3,500 vehicles and authorized traffic wardens and volunteers will be present at this event to monitor and control traffic and parking at Bella Vista Farm Park (Figure 3).

PAGE 114 Businesses located on Elizabeth Macarthur Drive will be notified of the changes to the access arrangements for Elizabeth Macarthur Drive on Saturday 26 January 2019. The Australia Day event to be held on Saturday 26 January 2019 at Bella Vista Farm Park will be classified as a Class 2 arrangement in accordance with the RMS "Guide to Traffic and Transport Management for Special Events". The committee approves the traffic management plan for this event as submitted by Hills Shire Council's events team.

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN AUSTRALIA DAY

Brief Description of the Event

Celebrate all that makes Australia great at The Hills Shire's massive afternoon celebration with impressive performances, rides, children's activities, delicious street food, roving performers, fireworks and more. Start the day with a classic sausage sizzle under the Bunya Pines before stopping by the Kids Zone where little ones can enjoy face painting, balloon twisting, a pop-up library and live entertainment. Check out the Australiana exhibits including sheep shearing, blacksmithing, whip cracking and working dog demonstrations before heading over to the community stage to enjoy performances from our local talent.

Finally, head to the main stage and listen to acts that are sure to make you want to get up and dance.

Location Map

A comprehensive risk assessment will be carried out for the Australia Day events held at Bella Vista Farm Park and can be made available by contacting the Event Manager as set out in section 1.2 of this TMP. This currency certificate expires in October 2018, therefore an updated copy will be made available by contacting the Event Manager as set out in section 1.2 of this TMP. NSW Fire & Rescue and NSW Ambulance will be notified 4 weeks before the event.

AUSTRALIA DAY EVENT 2019 | TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN 8 | P a g e A map of the event location is below showing traffic egress at departure. There will be authorized traffic controllers and volunteers on duty throughout the operational period of the event to monitor and control traffic, parking and pedestrians within the venue. There will be an 8km/h limit within Bella Vista Farm Park for the duration of the event.

Attendees are expected to carpool due to the demographics of the event and target market. The general public will be notified via local radio, social media, the Sydney Hills Events website, the Council website and event websites. THSC will place vinyl banners at the venue (corner of Elizabeth Macarthur Dr and Norwest Blvd) and on the Castle Hill banner pole (at the t-intersection of Showground Rd and Gilbert Rd) advertising the event two weeks prior to the event. .

Two additional VMS boards will be deployed on event days if required.

CONTINGENCY

CONTINGENCY

CONTINGENCY

  • Proposed Egress messages for all events
  • Access and Equity Policy (Attachment 1)
  • Fraud and Corruption Prevention Policy (Attachment 2)

Free Settlers Drive will be constructed near the northern boundary of the school with Phase 1 of road construction along the school boundary having recently commenced. PAGE 146 of the school will be built with works to the Balmoral Road Reserve, which also includes off-street corner parking on the north side of Free Settlers Drive. A marked raised pedestrian crossing will be constructed on Fairway Drive outside the school approximately 70 meters south of the proposed Free Settlers Drive roundabout to allow parents and children to safely cross Fairway Drive to school.

This pedestrian facility will be constructed before the school opens in January 2019. The recommendation of this report demonstrates the Council's aim to achieve a safer road network through the installation, renewal and modification of traffic facilities. a) the construction of the roundabout and associated 'No Stop' restrictions at the intersection of Fairway Drive and Free Settlers Drive, Norway;. Vista Primary School as well as the 'Disabled Parking' restrictions within the bay on school property; .. e) the installation of approximately 40 meters of 'Bus Zone' restrictions on the west side and 20 meters on the east side of Fairway Drive outside Bella Vista Primary School; .. f) the installation of approximately 120 meters of temporary 'No Parking 8.00- 9.30am. and 2.30-4.00pm. school days' restrictions along the northern side of Ernesta Place fronting the school once Ernesta Place is designated as a public road.

Approval is given to Hillsbus for the installation of 11 bus stops listed in Annex 1 to the report. Approval is given to Hillsbus for the installation of 11 bus stops in the Box Hill North Release Area listed in Appendix 1 to the report. The proposed changes to the intersection of Samantha Riley Drive and Guragura Street and associated traffic facilities, as described in Appendix 1 to the report, are approved.

The proposed changes to the intersection of Samantha Riley Drive and Guragura Street and associated traffic facilities, as detailed in Appendix 2 to the report, are approved. They requested that consideration be given to the installation of additional line markings and directional signs to improve the demarcation of the intersection. At the request of a member of the RMS, minor changes were made to the proposed line at the intersection.

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