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Minutes of the ordinary meeting of the Hills Shire Council held at the Council Chambers on 28th July 2015. Minutes of the duly called ordinary meeting of the Hills Shire Council held at the Council Chambers on the 28th July 2015.

MINUTES of the duly convened Ordinary Meeting of The Hills Shire Council held in the Council Chambers on 28 July 2015

PRIOR TO WORK COMMENCING ON THE SITE 9. Principal Certifying Authority

Builder and PCA Details Required

Management of Building Sites – Builder’s Details

Consultation with Service Authorities

Approved Temporary Closet

DURING CONSTRUCTION

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

MINUTES of the duly convened Ordinary Meeting of The Hills Shire Council held in the Council Chambers on 28 July 2015 in the Council Chambers on 28 July 2015. Authority is required to give notice of these inspections in terms of Clause 103A of the Regulations.

B. An Occupation Certificate cannot be issued and the building may not be able to be used or occupied where any mandatory critical stage inspections or other inspections

NOTE: You are advised that inspections may only be carried out by the PCA unless by prior agreement of the PCA and subject to that person being an

Roof Water Drainage

Standard of Works

Hours of Work

Construction Noise

Replacement Planting

PRIOR TO ISSUE OF AN OCCUPATION CERTIFICATE 20. Completion of Engineering Works

Acoustic Compliance Report

VOTING FOR THE MOTION Clr Jefferies

VOTING AGAINST THE MOTION None

ITEM-3 POST EXHIBITION - PLANNING PROPOSAL, NORTH ROCKS EMPLOYMENT PRECINCT AND B6

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR HASELDEN AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR DR BYRNE ADJUNCT PROFESSOR THAT the Recommendation contained in the report be

THE MOTION WAS PUT AND CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

366 RESOLUTION

The planning proposal be forward to the Department of Planning and Environment for finalisation to amend Local Environmental Plan 2012 in the following manner

The Draft North Rocks Employment Precinct Public Domain Plan (including post- exhibition amendments) be adopted and come into force following the notification of

SPURWAY DRIVE, BAULKHAM HILLS (10/2013/PLP)

Proceedings in Brief

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR THOMAS AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR GANGEMI THAT the Planning Proposal not proceed to finalisation

THE MOTION WAS PUT AND LOST

VOTING FOR THE MOTION Clr Dr M R Byrne Adjunct Professor

VOTING AGAINST THE MOTION Clr Jefferies

The draft North Rocks Employment Public Domain Plan (including post-exhibition amendments) is adopted and becomes effective upon notification of. COUNCILOR TAYLOR AND COUNCILOR HARTY OAM MOVED THAT the recommendation of the report be accepted.

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR TAYLOR AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR HARTY OAM THAT the Recommendation contained in the report be adopted

THE MOTION WAS PUT AND CARRIED

367 RESOLUTION

The planning proposal, as outlined in this report, be forwarded to the Secretary of the Department of Planning and Environment seeking concurrence that the amended

Upon receiving concurrence from the Secretary of the Department of Planning and Environment the planning proposal be progressed to finalisation, including the

VOTING AGAINST THE MOTION Clr Thomas

ITEM-4 POST EXHIBITION - DRAFT VOLUNTARY PLANNING AGREEMENT, 11-13 SOLENT CIRCUIT, BAULKHAM

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR DR BYRNE ADJUNCT PROFESSOR AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR TAYLOR THAT the Recommendation contained in the report

368 RESOLUTION

ITEM-5 POST EXHIBITION - CASTLE HILL MAIN STREET PRECINCT CAR PARKING (FP173)

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR DR BYRNE ADJUNCT PROFESSOR AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR HASELDEN THAT the Recommendation contained in the

369 RESOLUTION

Clr Hay OAM Clr Tracey Clr Thomas Clr Dr Lowe Clr Preston Clr Taylor Clr Keane Clr Dr Gangemi Clr Hasleden.

ITEM-7 PLANNING PROPOSAL - CIRCA SENIORS LIVING (15/2015/PLP)

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR PRESTON AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR DR BYRNE ADJUNCT PROFESSOR THAT the Recommendation contained in the report be

370 RESOLUTION

VOTING AGAINST THE MOTION

CALL OF THE AGENDA

371 RESOLUTION

ITEM-9 PROPERTY DEALINGS RELATING TO DEVELOPMENT MATTERS

372 RESOLUTION Council consent to

373 RESOLUTION

Council agree to purchase Lot 21 in plan of acquisition DP 1208838, 85-89 Samantha Riley Drive, Kellyville being land designated SP2 Road Widening for the price detailed

Council classify Lot 21 in plan of acquisition DP 1208838 as “Operational Land” upon acquisition to allow dedication as public road

374 RESOLUTION

Council classify Lot 25 in plan of acquisition DP 1209308 as “Operational Land” upon acquisition to allow dedication as public road

ITEM-13 MINUTES OF AUDIT COMMITTEE MEETING - 25 JUNE 2015

375 RESOLUTION

ITEM-17 LEASE BUILDING C, GROUND FLOOR, 3 COLUMBIA COURT, BAULKHAM HILLS

378 RESOLUTION

379 RESOLUTION

ITEM-20 APPLICATIONS FOR DONATIONS UNDER SECTION 356 OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT - JULY 2015

The Schedule of Questions and Answers at Council Meetings held in June 2015 shown in the Attachment 5 be noted (ECM Doc No. 13808530, 13845455)

The status of Development Applications awaiting determination as shown in the Attachment 7 be noted (ECM Doc No. 13903658)

The status of Development Applications involving variations to Development Standards shown in the Attachment 8 be noted (ECM Doc No. 13921695)

  • pm Councillor Thomas left the meeting and returned at 9.05pm during Item 8

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR DR BYRNE ADJUNCT PROFESSOR AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR DR LOWE THAT the Recommendation contained in the

382 RESOLUTION

  • Council rename the road ‘James Grieve Avenue’ and forward to the Geographical Names Board for approval;
  • If no objection to the proposed road name be received from the Geographical Names Board, Council then advertise the proposed road name of ‘James Grieve Avenue’;
  • Council notify affected owners of the proposed road name ‘James Grieve Avenue’;
  • If no objections to the proposal is received within one month of the advertised date, Council proceed to gazette the new road name;
  • Should any objections be received, the matter be referred back to Council

If no objections to the proposal are received within one month of the announced date, the Council will proceed to publish the new road name; The council continues to publish the new road name;.

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR PRESTON AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR THOMAS THAT the Recommendation contained in the report be adopted

383 RESOLUTION

  • pm Councillor Dr Lowe left the meeting for Item 15 and returned at 9.15pm during Item 19

ITEM-19 THE HILLS MEN'S SHED

385 RESOLUTION

Council project manages and constructs the extension to the Hills Men’s Shed facility at Eric Mobbs Reserve, Castle Hill

Council manages procurement, project management and delivery of the project

The 2014 Community Building Partnership (State Government) $60,000 grant received by the Hills Men’s Shed be transferred to Council along with an additional

ITEM-21 APPOINTMENT OF LOCAL CONTROLLER - THE HILLS SES UNIT

386 RESOLUTION

In accordance with Section 17 (1) of the State Emergency Services Act 1989, Council endorse the recommendation from the Region Controller, Sydney Western Region,

Council recognises Evelyn Lester’s significant contribution to the Hills Shire

QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE 387 PASSING OF BRIAN DENT

CLOSED COUNCIL

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR DR LOWE AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR DR BYRNE ADJUNCT PROFESSOR THAT

The press and public be excluded from the proceedings of Closed Council in respect of Items 23 and 24 pursuant to the relevant Clauses of Section 10A, Clause 2 of the

Council withhold access to Items 23 and 24 in accordance with the following table and Section 11(2) of the Local Government Act

SUBJECT: COMPULSORY ACQUISITION OF 68 ARNOLD AVENUE, KELLYVILLE Associated Report: N/A

ITEM NO.: 24

THE MOTION WAS PUT AND CARRIED 388 RESOLUTION

Council withhold access to Items 23 and 24 in accordance with the above table and Section 11(2) of the Local Government Act

  • pm Council entered into Closed Session

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR HAY OAM AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR DR LOWE THAT the Recommendation contained in the report be adopted

389 RESOLUTION

  • Council proceed with the compulsory acquisition of Lot 44 DP 224917, 68 Arnold Avenue, Kellyville in accordance with the requirements of the Land Acquisition (Just
  • Council submit the necessary application to the Minister for Local Government under Section 187(2) of the Local Government Act 1993 to obtain approval from the
  • Upon gazettal Council classify Lot 44 DP 224917 as “Community Land” and deemed
  • Council request the Minister for Local Government to approve a reduction in the proposed acquisition notification period from 90 days to 7 days
  • A Deed of Release and Request document notifying the Registrar General of the proposed acquisition be authorised for execution under Seal

The Council requests the Minister for Local Government to approve a reduction in the proposed procurement notice period from 90 days to 7 days. A Deed of Release and Request notifying the Registrar General of the proposed acquisition is authorized for execution under Seal.

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR HARTY OAM AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR DR LOWE THAT the Recommendation contained in the report be adopted

390 RESOLUTION

OPEN COUNCIL

A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCILLOR DR BYRNE ADJUNCT PROFESSOR AND SECONDED BY COUNCILLOR DR LOWE THAT the meeting resume in Open Council

391 RESOLUTION

ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL 11 AUGUST, 2015

ITEM-2 NOTICE OF RESCISSION - POST EXHIBITION REPORT - PLANNING PROPOSAL SPURWAY DRIVE,

ITEM-6 POST EXHIBITION REPORT - PLANNING PROPOSAL SPURWAY DRIVE, BAULKHAM HILLS

The planning proposal, as outlined in this report, be forwarded to the Secretary of Department of Planning and Environment seeking concurrence that the amended

Upon receiving concurrence from the Secretary of the Department of Planning and Environment the planning proposal be progressed to finalisation, including the

Draft The Hills Development Control Plan (Part D Section 7 – Balmoral Road Release Area) (Attachment 2) be adopted, with commencement of these amendments to

QUALIFIED NOTICE OF MOTION

ATTACHMENTS

Report to Council 28 July 2015 (152 pages)

NICHOLAS CARLTON

  • The planning proposal to increase the building height applicable to Lot 1 DP 563812 and Lots 32 and 33 DP
  • The Balmoral Road Release Area road layout map contained within Part D Section 7 of The Hills Development Control
  • The request to provide a site specific exemption from the numerical controls applicable under Development Control
  • The planning proposal for Spurway Drive Baulkham Hills be deferred pending a meeting with Council’s Mayor and the
  • The Planning proposal be referred back to Council with a further report on the outcome of the SEPP 65 review and
  • June 2015 Clr Andrew Jefferies (Mayor), Dave Walker (General Manager) and Michael Edgar (Group Manager – Strategic Planning) attended the Parliament House

Below is a comparison between the Council's DCP checks and the Apartment Design Guide criteria that would apply to the site. Accordingly, relying on minimum apartment sizes under SEPP 65, as opposed to the Council's DCP, could feasibly increase development yield on the site (and reduce average apartment sizes) by approximately 22%.

Figure 1  Subject Site
Figure 1 Subject Site

1,300 dwellings and

The bulk and overall scale of the proposal would be reduced and adequate variation in building heights along the site would be achieved; Taller buildings (12 storeys) will be limited to the central area of ​​the site where amenity impacts on neighboring development (such as shadow, visual impact, loss of privacy) are minimal and avoidable as part of the preparation of detailed development concepts for page in the future;.

  • The planning proposal, as outlined in this report, be forwarded to the Secretary of the Department of Planning and Environment seeking concurrence that the amended
  • Council Report - Ordinary Meeting of 26 May 2015 (63 Pages)
  • SUMMARY OF PLANNING PROPOSAL AND DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN The planning proposal relates to three parcels of land being 30 Fairway Drive, Kellyville

After receiving the agreement of the Minister of Planning and the Secretary of the Ministry of Planning and Environment, the planning proposal may be finalized by the Council under delegated authority in accordance with the Gateway Determination. The purpose of this report is to discuss the results of the public exhibition of the planning proposal for Spurway Drive, Baulkham Hills.

EXHIBITION AND SUBMISSIONS

The Council received a total of 130 submissions, including four (4) submissions from government agencies (Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney Water, Roads and Maritime Services and Transport for NSW), one (1) submission from the proposer and 125 individual submissions from the general public (two (2) different form letters were received - “Form Letter A” (54 entries) and “Form Letter B” (37 entries).

PUBLIC AUTHORITY SUBMISSIONS (a) Office of Environment and Heritage

Sydney Water has also made a number of comments that need further consideration as part of a future development application for the development of the site. Sydney Water will need to be consulted as part of the preparation of a future development application for the site.

PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS

Density and overdevelopment of the city: opposes the density of the proposal. It is considered excessive in the context of the location and also within the Norwest Station Precinct.

POST EXHIBITION AMENDMENTS

Development adjacent to the northern and southern boundaries of the site has already been approved and will provide local road links in accordance with the existing Development Control Plan. Therefore, regardless of the amended design concepts submitted, it is expected that future development of the site will remain consistent with the existing road plan within the Development Control Plan (with the exception of the extension of Spurway Drive - as exhibited) and will to connect with approved developments in the north and south. A request will be forwarded to the Director General of the Department of Planning and Environment seeking approval that the amended proposal be consistent with.

INTRODUCTION

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

OBJECTIVES AND DEVELOPMENT CONTROLS

  • DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN MAP
  • SITE ANALYSIS O BJECTIVES
  • DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS (a) Applicants should refer to Council’s Section 94

¾ Showing how the locations and dimensions of plots and dwellings respond to topography, site constraints and achieve solar orientation. This is in accordance with the Department of Planning's Interim Land Release Contributions Policy (October 2003) or as amended. All applicants must consult the Department of Planning to determine the current rate of contribution applicable to any development proposal, obtain a certificate from the Director General of the Department of Planning and submit the certificate to Council prior to determining the development application.

SUBDIVISION – ALL ZONES

  • TREE AND BUSHLAND PROTECTION
  • RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITES

¾ The results of the tree survey/assessment and identification of trees and/or shrubbery to be protected and/or removed. ¾ Protective fencing around trees and shrubs must be maintained to prevent damage. ¾ Land management plan outlining how the land is proposed to be managed in the future; and.

Figure 2 Tree survey/assessment
Figure 2 Tree survey/assessment

ROADS

  • LOCAL ROAD HIERARCHY O BJECTIVES

The route and geometry of all collector roads must be designed for the efficient and unhindered movement of buses. ¾ A temporary public road shall be constructed on at least two (2) residential lots, except as noted below;. ¾ The temporary public road shall be constructed to a standard in accordance with the BHSC Design Guidelines for Alterations/Developments (Section 5.07);.

Figure 3 Road hierarchy
Figure 3 Road hierarchy

STORMWATER

  • STORMWATER MANAGEMENT O BJECTIVES
  • STORMWATER QUALITY

The development of the release area provides an opportunity to implement the principles of Total Catchment Management. The strain drainage system for the release area is an integrated system, owned and operated by Sydney Water. To protect downstream waters during construction activities within the release area. ii) To aid in the long-term protection and improvement of power health.

Figure 5 Local drainage links
Figure 5 Local drainage links

PROVISION AND LOCATION OF UTILITIES

The quality of the water discharged from the BRRA can significantly affect the water quality downstream of the Hawkesbury-Nepean River system. Specific development standards related to stormwater quality will be added to this section of the DCP in the near future. The Hills Shire Council Page 22. h) Pipes and conduits through scrub and heavily vegetated areas should be avoided.

PUBLIC RECREATION, TRUNK DRAINAGE AND RIPARIAN

  • PUBLIC RECREATION O BJECTIVE

Where unavoidable, pipe shall be laid by hand using small machinery, resulting in minimal disturbance to vegetation and exposed rock outcrops. i) Development must have a water supply for fire fighting purposes in accordance with the NSW Rural Fire Services "Planning for Bushfire Protection 2006" or as amended. j) Consent from the relevant electricity authority is required for all development applications where the property is affected by electricity easements. k) Road edge widths must be in accordance with table 1.

BUILDING DESIGN – ALL ZONES

  • DWELLINGS
    • C UT A ND F ILL
  • MULTI DWELLING HOUSING The following development control provisions relate
  • RESIDENTIAL FLAT BUILDINGS The following development control provisions relate
  • B7 BUSINESS PARK ZONE
    • H EIGHT
    • S ITE C OVERAGE
  • EXHIBITION VILLAGE
  • MEMORIAL AVENUE VILLAGE CENTRE, KELLYVILLE

On corner lots, a minimum of three of the following design elements must be included along the secondary frontage:. For the purpose of calculating the site coverage in sub-clause (a), the area of ​​any of the following shall not be included:. This Section should be read in conjunction with other relevant Sections of The Hills DCP including Part D Section 7 – Balmoral Road Release Area and Part B Section 6 – Business.

Figure 6 Corner lots
Figure 6 Corner lots

SPECIAL PROVISIONS

  • DEVELOPMENT WITHIN VICINITY OF NORTH WEST RAIL LINK
  • LAND ADJOINING EXISTING GOLF COURSE
  • EXCISION OF EXISTING DWELLINGS
  • SALINITY
  • LAND IN VICINITY OF EXISTING RETIREMENT VILLAGE
  • NOISE ATTENUATION
  • LANDSCAPE CORRIDORS
  • PUBLIC ROAD CLOSURES
  • ABORIGINAL HERITAGE
  • LAND ADJOINING WINDSOR ROAD (e) Existing properties fronting Windsor Road and
  • LAND ADJOINING OLD WINDSOR ROAD
  • WASTE MANAGEMENT

Any proposed development on land immediately adjacent to an existing golf course requiring landscaping as shown on the BRRA map must provide landscaping within 2 meters of the edge of the property boundary towards the road carriageway in accordance with Figure 4 - Planting Requirements street trees. Any development within the area identified on the DCP map as upstream of the existing Castle Pines Retirement Village will be required to provide on-site stormwater retention facilities. In addition, any development on land adjacent to the Castle Pines Retirement Village boundary in the area shown on the DCP map will specifically address privacy and village overshadowing issues in the development plan.

APPENDIX A

DRAFT

INDEX

OBJECTIVES AND

DEVELOPMENT CONTROLS

SITE ANALYSIS

  • D WELLINGS
    • M INIMUM L OT S IZE
    • M INIMUM L OT D EPTH , W IDTH A ND V EHICULAR A CCESS
    • B UILDING P LATFORM O BJECTIVE
    • R ESTRICTION O N A CCESS O BJECTIVE
    • S UBDIVISION E ARTHWORKS O BJECTIVE
  • M ULTI D WELLING H OUSING / R ESIDENTIAL F LAT B UILDINGS
    • M INIMUM L OT D IMENSIONS AND R OAD P ATTERN
    • M INIMUM L OT W IDTH & L OT R OAD F RONTAGE
    • R ESTRICTION O N A CCESS O BJECTIVE

Results of tree survey/assessment and identification of trees and/or shrubs to be protected and/or removed. Protective fencing should be provided around trees and shrubs to prevent damage. Land management plan describing how the land is proposed to be managed in the future; and.

LOCAL ROAD HIERARCHY

The northern edge is adjacent to Castle Pines and the Castle Hill Country Club Golf Course, to be built at 6.5 metres. The temporary public road shall be constructed on at least two (2) residential developments, except as provided below. The temporary public road shall be constructed to a standard in accordance with the BHSC Design Guidelines for Subdivisions/Developments (Section 5.07);

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT

The provision of utility services is usually controlled by several separate authorities and generally, no formal attempt is made to combine installation or maintenance duties, other than agreements on the preferred location of each service within the road reserve, or within common easements. To maximize opportunities for joint (joint) channel opening and to reduce landscape restrictions within road reserves. ii) To ensure that the provision of public services is undertaken in accordance with the requirements of both the Council and the relevant service authority. a) Gas and water services may be placed in a common conduit on one side of the street and electricity and telephone located in a common conduit on the other side of the street. Part D Section 7 Balmoral Road Clearance Area. h) Pipes and drains through bushy areas and areas with significant plant cover should be avoided.

PUBLIC RECREATION

  • B UILDING S ETBACKS O BJECTIVES
  • S ITE C OVERAGE O BJECTIVES
  • B UILDING F ORM A ND H EIGHT O BJECTIVES
  • C UT A ND F ILL O BJECTIVES
  • C ORNER L OTS O BJECTIVES
  • S TORMWATER M ANAGEMENT O BJECTIVES
  • S TORMWATER M ANAGEMENT O BJECTIVES
  • B UILDING H EIGHTS
  • S TORMWATER M ANAGEMENT O BJECTIVES
  • I NDUSTRIAL A ND C OMMERCIAL B UILDINGS
    • B UILDING S ETBACKS
    • S ITE C OVERAGE O BJECTIVE
  • B UILDING S ETBACKS
  • S ITE C OVERAGE (L OT SIZE OF <450 M 2 ) (a) The site coverage of the dwelling house and all
  • S TORMWATER M ANAGEMENT
  • SITE REQUIREMENTS O BJECTIVE
  • FUNCTION AND USES O BJECTIVES
  • ACCESSIBILITY O BJECTIVES
  • PUBLIC DOMAIN O BJECTIVES

Unless otherwise provided for in this Section of the DCP, Part B Section 6 – Business shall apply to. Town centers are an important part of the overall hierarchy of centers in the Shire. To provide for orderly and coherent development of the town center in a manner that prevents isolation from business zoned land. a).

To ensure that safe and efficient vehicular access is provided in a timely manner in line with retail center development. ii). Any development within the area identified on the DCP map as being upstream of the existing Fort.

DELEGATES

MEETING DATE: 11 AUGUST 2015 COUNCIL MEETING

AUTHOR

MANAGER – EXECUTIVE SERVICES AND PUBLIC OFFICER

PETER DOYLE

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER: GENERAL MANAGER DAVE WALKER

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

REPORT

IMPACTS Financial

The Hills Future - Community Strategic Plan

RECOMMENDATION

Council determine the ten (10) delegates entitled to vote for the Office Bearers and Board of LGNSW at the annual conference in October,

Council determine the ten (10) delegates entitled to vote on Motions before Chair at the annual LGNSW conference being held in October and

The Mayor be authorised to add or delete a delegates name to the list to be forwarded to LGNSW by 18 September, 2015 if Council is notified that its entitlement

ATTACHMENTS Nil

STRATEGY: 2.3 Provide and maintain sustainable infrastructure and assets that enhance the public domain, improve amenities and achieve better outcomes for society.

SATHY SATHIYAMOORTHY

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER: MANAGER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS KEN WILLIMOTT

BACKGROUND

Annangrove Road, Annangrove Bella Vista Drive, Bella Vista Castlewood Drive, Castle Hill Cattai Ridge Road, Cattai. Merindah Road, Baulkham Hills (Seven Hills Rd to Glanmire Rd) Merindah Road, Baulkham Hills (Windsor Rd to No 16). The tenders have been assessed by a tender panel on the basis of the established assessment criteria as follows:-.

CONCLUSION

Council accept tenders from the following contractors and approve expenditure up to the Tender amount plus contract contingency for the projects as listed below

Asphalt

Projects Tender Amount Plus

Contractor

Concrete

Projects Tender

Amount Plus Contract

Council authorise the General Manager to issue projects, or parts of projects, from the above list to one of the alternate contractors if the successful

Council approve additional funds from the Capital Works Reserve of $57,930.92

QUOTATION - SAMANTHA RILEY DRIVE, KELLYVILLE THEME: Proactive Leadership

VIET NGUYEN

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER: MANAGER – INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS KEN WILLIMOTT

OPTIONS

Hills 2026

ATTACHMENTS Nil

Figure

TABLE OF CONFIDENTIAL MATTERS  ITEM NO.:  23
Figure 1  Subject Site
Figure 1  Subject Site
Figure 1 Land to which this plan applies
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