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A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCIL HAY OAM AND SECOND BY COUNCIL DR LOWE THAT standing orders be resumed. A MOTION WAS MOVED BY COUNCIL HAY OAM AND SECOND BY COUNCIL PRESTON THAT Standing Orders be resumed.

Compliance with The Hills Local Environmental Plan 2012

Less than 40% of the RU2 zoned part of the site has been allocated to the proposed lands. On this basis, the proposed amendment to the development standard under clause 4.1AA(3A)(c) of the LEP is considered to be worthy of support.

Compliance with The Hills Development Control Plan 2012

Furthermore, the implementation of the development standard would result in the loss of an opportunity to formalize the protection and preservation of biodiversity values ​​throughout this area. The Vegetation Management Plan aims at the ongoing management of the area to protect and improve the environment.

External Referrals

Such a condition requires the submission of a Vegetation Management Plan, which must be prepared in accordance with the Council's requirements and approved before works are carried out under the plan and a Certificate of Subdivision is issued. Where a Construction Certificate is required, no work must be undertaken before it is issued.

Compliance with NSW Rural Fire Service Requirements

Subdivision Certificate Preliminary Review

Community Association Lot

Australia Post Mailbox Requirements

Tree Removal

Protection of Public Infrastructure

Structures Adjacent to Piped Drainage Easements

Requirements for Drainage Easements

Subdivision Certificate Preliminary Review

Proposed Street Naming

Street Trees

Process for Council Endorsement of Legal Documentation

Association Lot

Road Opening Permit

Contamination

Contamination Assessment and Site Remediation

Protection of Existing Trees and Native Vegetation

Imported Waste Derived Fill Material

Management of Construction and/ or Demolition Waste

Disposal of Surplus Excavated Material

Access for Waste Collection

Entry and exit to the site must be in a forward direction at all times without the need to reverse. All neighboring properties benefited or encumbered by the existing easement must be notified in writing of the proposed works within the easement, including start and completion dates, before a Construction Certificate is issued.

Works on Adjoining Land

Note that it is acceptable for the proposed road to terminate with a 19m diameter cul-de-sac to meet this. Access to gated communities must be via remote access or other measure to ensure collection contractors are not required to leave the cab.

Engineering Works and Design

A cul-de-sac should be provided on the north side of the private road. Street signs and posts must be installed in accordance with the above documents and Standard Drawing 37.

Erosion and Sediment Control/ Soil and Water Management Plan

Retaining walls required in the Geotechnical Investigation Report JG17038A-r1(rev2) prepared by GeoEnviro Consultancy Pty Ltd submitted with the application must be detailed with construction certificate documentation. j) Stormwater drainage – Pipe extension. Stormwater outlets/pipe connections to a natural watercourse must comply with the requirements of the Council, the Department of Primary Industries – Water (even where the receiving water body is not a natural watercourse). l) Storm water drainage – Rural.

Vegetation Management Plan

Extension of storm water drainage pipe is required from Halcrows Road along the proposed private road as per Conceptual Engineering Plan M2509DA1-1 Sheet 1 Issue A dated October 2016 prepared by Malcolm Smith Pty Ltd. k) Storm Water Drainage – Creek Outlets. All construction activities and earthworks shall be strictly in accordance with Geotechnical Investigation Report JG17038A-r1(rev2) prepared by GeoEnviro Consultancy Pty Ltd.

Application to Install/ Amend a system of Sewage Management

Creation of an information sheet (maximum 1 page double-sided), prepared in accordance with the Council's Guidelines for the preparation of an information sheet (available on the Council's website).

Internal Pavement Structural Design Certification

Section 94A Contribution

All areas within the root protection zone should be mulched with composted leaf mulch to a depth of not less than 100mm. The installation of services within the root protection zone may not be performed without the prior approval of the Council.

Trenching within Tree Protection Zone

Public Infrastructure Inventory Report

Traffic Control Plan

Erection of Signage – Supervision of Work

Contractors Details

Erosion and Sediment Control/ Soil and Water Management

Service Authority Consultation – Subdivision Works

Bushland Protection Fencing

Critical Stage Inspections – Subdivision Works

Subdivision Earthworks – Lot Topsoil

Working Hours

Stockpiles

Asbestos Removal

Tree Removal and Fauna Protection

Tree pits should be protected from removed trees and located within the bush areas of the allotment/s. This should be done by a qualified and experienced arborist, under the guidance of the Project Ecologist.

Construction Noise

Trees must be felled in such a way as to minimize the risk of injury or death to fauna, such as felling from top to bottom, with felled parts gently lowered to the ground, or through whole trees to the ground to lower with the "grab" attachment of a machine.

Removal of Septic Tank and Effluent Disposal Area for dwelling and cabana on Lot 5

Contamination

Compliance with NSW Rural Fire Service Requirements

Subdivision Certificate Application

Building Adjacent to Proposed Boundary

Building Services

Vegetation Protection – Community Association Lot

Completion of Subdivision Works

Works as Executed Plans

Performance/ Maintenance Security Bond

Confirmation of Pipe Locations

Section 73 Compliance Certificate

Provision of Electrical Services

Provision of Telecommunication Services

In all other cases (non-fibre ready facilities), either an agreement advice or a network infrastructure letter must be issued by Telstra confirming that satisfactory arrangements have been made for the provision of telecommunications services. A copy of the works as executed (WAE) plans for the telecommunications infrastructure must also be submitted.

Final Plan and Section 88B Instrument

Lands with a defined approved dwelling footprint require a separate restriction (see above) within the designated asset protection zone. The restriction and affirmative agreement must specifically identify that the area of ​​protection of the aforementioned assets is determined based on a performance-based solution, as noted in the comments of the Rural Fire Service attached to this consent. h) Limitation/ Positive Covenant – Vegetation Management Plan.

Subdivision Certificate Application

Site/ Lot Classification Report

Stormwater CCTV Recording

Public Asset Creation Summary

Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) Implementation

Biodiversity Compliance

Occupational Hygienist Report for Asbestos Removal

Installation/ Amendment of System of Sewage Management

Internal Pavement Construction

Swimming Pool Safety Barrier

Management of Area Subject to Vegetation Management Plan (VMP)

LOCALITY PLAN

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH

PLAN OF SUBDIVISION

  • SUMMARY OF PROPOSAL
  • SUMMARY OF DRAFT DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN 2012
  • GATEWAY DETERMINATION
  • PUBLIC AUTHORITY SUBMISSION SUMMARY
  • PUBLIC SUBMISSION SUMMARY
  • POST EXHIBITION AMENDMENTS

The additional 55 journeys distributed over the surrounding road network are unlikely to have a significant impact on the immediate intersections and operation of the local road network. As such, the proposed development is not expected to significantly impact the operation of the junctions at Merindah Road and St Michael's Place.

DRAFT

INDEX

INTRODUCTION

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

The purpose of this section of the DCP is to identify the Council's objectives for residential development in the Shire and to identify controls to ensure that the objectives are achieved. To facilitate the implementation of the aims and objectives of residential development as set out in the Hills Shire LEP.

OBJECTIVES AND

This article of the GDP applies to all land designated as Residential and also applies to all land where land use for residential accommodation is permitted. The overarching objectives of the Council for Residential Development are:. i) Promote a high standard of aesthetically pleasing and functional residential developments that relate sympathetically to adjacent and nearby developments to create a consistent streetscape and character. ii) Ensure that the development will not adversely affect the environment of adjacent lands and ensure that satisfactory measures are taken to mitigate any impact of the proposed development. iii) Encourage innovative and imaginative design with particular emphasis on the integration of buildings and landscaped areas that contribute to the neighborhood's character. iv) Ensure a high level of amenity value for future occupants of a residential development. v) Implement the principles of environmentally sustainable development.

DEVELOPMENT CONTROLS

DEVELOPMENT CONTROL MAP SHEETS

Further specific controls for multi-family dwellings and residential apartment buildings as defined in the Hills Local Environmental Plan 2012 are included in separate sections of this DCP. Additional objectives covering a range of specific issues relating to housing development in the Shire are set out in Section 2 below.

SITE SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT CONTROLS

RESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT AREAS

SITE ANALYSIS

STREETSCAPE AND CHARACTER

Achieve development that respects and positively contributes to the character and "sense of place" of Castle Hill. vii). The proposed development must:. contribute to an attractive residential environment with a clear character and identity; address the street and site boundaries with a building design that is compatible with adjacent development in terms of street height and presentation; and. preserve, complement and sensitively harmonize with any heritage site or nearby conservation area identified in the Council's Local Environmental Plan.

BUSH FIRE HAZARD MANAGEMENT

To ensure that new development respects and enhances the green and garden character of The Hills Shire. vi). The proposed development must maintain neighborhood amenity and appropriate residential character by:. provide bolt setbacks that increase progressively as wall heights increase to reduce bulk and overshadowing;. the use of building form and location related to the landform;. to adopt building heights at the street front that do not dominate the streetscape;. the retention where possible and the provision of landscaping in the front and rear yards, particularly tall planting in scale with the proposed building; and. taking into account where buildings are located on neighboring properties.

GEOTECHNICAL SITE STABILITY

ORDINARY MEETING OF THE BOARD 10 OCTOBER 2017. movements and possible creeping movements of aboveground soils. d) The geotechnical assessment must satisfy the Board that an acceptable level of risk is achieved with respect to the possibility of movement or slippage adversely affecting the proposed subdivision or development or being caused by the proposed subdivision or development. e) An 'acceptable risk level' is defined in accordance with the AGS Guidelines for Landslide Susceptibility, Hazard and Risk Zoning for Land Use Planning (AGS 2007a) as the loss of life to the person most at risk (from the landslide) as 1 in one million per year and for loss of property the risk must be 'low', as indicated in Appendix C of the Practice Note Guidelines for Landslide Risk Management 2007 (AGS 2007c). Any part of the site indicated as subject to geotechnical restrictions on the site specific maps for this section of the DCP or determined by the Board to be subject to movement or slippage must be marked on the site map.

BUSHLAND AND BIODIVERSITY

EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING OCTOBER 10, 2017. e) Erosion and sediment controls must be in place prior to commencement of work and maintained and reviewed to reflect changes in site conditions until development is finalized and site stabilized.

HERITAGE

SIGNAGE

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT

On rural properties, overflow from rainwater tanks should be dispersed on-site to ensure concentrated flows do not affect neighboring properties or cause erosion. g) In relation to on-site retention requirements, reference should be made to User Restrictions on the ownership of the land on which construction is proposed. h). Discharge sites must be controlled and treated to prevent soil erosion and may require energy dissipation devices on steeper topography, in accordance with Council requirements. i) All development in rural areas must comply with Appendix C - On-Site Sewerage Systems in Part B, Division 1 - Rural.

SUBDIVISION

In this case, a letter of consent from the owner(s) of the downstream properties must be submitted with the development application. To ensure that the needs of residents and visitors are taken into account with particular regard to access requirements, safety and security in accordance with Council's ESD target 7. a) Residential development must provide safe and convenient access for prams, wheelchairs and people with disabilities from the public. way to all areas of development.

DWELLINGS

  • S ITE C OVERAGE
  • C UT AND F ILL
  • S OLAR A CCESS
  • V ENTILATION
  • L IGHTING

The total land area of ​​the lot is used in the calculation of the coverage of the terrain. The location and dimensions of the enclosed open space must be shown on the floor plan.

FENCING

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING 10 OCTOBER 2017. requirements, safety and security in line with Council's ESD objective 7. a) The planning of the area and the design of the apartment is to allow the general observation of the road, location and access to the apartment from inside each apartment.

WASTE MANAGEMENT

To promote improved project management and to reduce the demand for waste disposal during demolition and construction in line with Council's ESD target 6. ii) To maximize, reuse and recycle building/construction materials in line with Council's ESD target 6. iii). To encourage building design and construction techniques that will minimize waste generation in accordance with Council's ESD Objective 6. iv) Minimize waste generation for disposal via the waste hierarchy in accordance with Council's ESD Objective 6. v) To assist in achieving federal and state waste minimization objectives. a) Operations on the construction site should ensure a planned division of labor, by source separation, reuse and recycling. of materials and ensure appropriate storage and collection of waste.

SERVICES

Landfill disposal should be minimized to those materials that are not reusable or recyclable. Appendix A of The Hills DCP 2011 contains a template that can help prepare a WMP.

SWIMMING POOLS

INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR A DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION

  • DWELLINGS AND ADDITIONS / ALTERATIONS TO AN EXISTING
  • SUBDIVISION APPLICATIONS / SMALL LOT HOUSING UNDER CLAUSE 4.1B

The following reports may be required depending on the nature of the site and application. For general filing requirements and detailed requirements to be included in each of the above documents, see Part A - Introduction, Section 4.0.

CORNER OLD WINDSOR ROAD AND SEVEN HILLS ROAD, BAULKHAM HILLS

  • LAND TO WHICH THIS SECTION OF THE PLAN APPLIES
  • BUILDING PLATFORM AND VIEWS
  • BUILDING SETBACKS
  • CAR PARKING AND VEHICULAR ACCESS
  • FENCING

ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL 10 OCTOBER 2017. i) Dwellings must be designed and/or positioned on the site to maximize the view. ii) Views of the estate from public places such as the proposed highway, open space and surrounding roads should be considered at the design stage. a) Dwellings will be designed to maximize existing views to the east and south. i) To create an attractive, interesting and pleasant streetscape through the location of buildings and landscape. ii). To allow the free flow of traffic in streets of the estate. a) Two on-site parking spaces per dwelling must be provided.

HUNTERFORD ESTATE, OATLANDS

  • LAND TO WHICH THIS SECTION OF THE PLAN APPLIES
  • STREETSCAPE AND CHARACTER
  • BUILDING PLATFORM AND VIEWS
  • BUILDING SETBACKS
  • LANDSCAPING AND OPEN SPACE
    • For all dwellings (except residential flat buildings) with a site density of 40
    • For all dwellings (except residential flat buildings) with a site density more than 40
  • DWELLING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
  • PRIVACY

The layout of the site should take into account the views available from the south-east corner of the site. The required private open space is at least 20% of the land area with a minimum dimension of 3 metres.

LAND ADJOINING HERITAGE PARK

  • LAND TO WHICH THIS SECTION OF THE PLAN APPLIES
  • RESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT AREAS
  • BUILDING PLATFORM AND VIEWS
  • SITE COVERAGE
  • BUILDING SETBACKS
  • DWELLING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
  • CAR PARKING AND VEHICULAR ACCESS
  • FENCING

The following building restrictions apply to dwellings on small lots (see clause 4.1B of The Hills LEP) in the district known as Land Adjacent Heritage Park. i) Creating an attractive, interesting and pleasant streetscape by placing buildings and laying out green areas. ii). 6 meters apart in the case of single storey buildings; and 9 meters apart in case 1 or more buildings have 2 floors.

GILROY COLLEGE TARGET SITE

  • LAND TO WHICH THIS SECTION OF THE PLAN APPLIES
  • STREETSCAPE AND CHARACTER
  • BUILDING SETBACKS
  • DWELLING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
  • PRIVACY – VISUAL AND ACOUSTIC
  • SOLAR ACCESS
  • LAND TO WHICH THIS SECTION OF THE PLAN APPLIES
  • SITE ANALYSIS
  • SITE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES AND DEVELOPMENT CONTROLS
    • H ERITAGE
    • R OADS

All main services must be provided in accordance with the requirement of the responsible authority. ff). A minimum setback of 10 meters must be provided on the southern boundary of the development site.

Figure 2: SUBJECT SITE
Figure 2: SUBJECT SITE

FENCING O BJECTIVES

  • LAND TO WHICH THIS SECTION OF THE PLAN APPLIES
  • SITE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES AND DEVELOPMENT CONTROLS
    • O PEN S PACE
    • D ENSITY

The following additions/modifications being made to recommendation 2c): "Approval of the proposed Speed ​​Limits within the station area which is the responsibility of Roads and Maritime Services under the NSW Speed ​​Zoning Guidelines." DRG 460717 – Comment regarding the need to relocate the pedestrian crossing on Area Road A to the south side of Area Road D in order to prevent the obscuration of the symbolic sign "Pedestrian Crossing".

ITEM SYDNEY METRO NORTHWEST - REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF

PROPOSED TRAFFIC FACILITIES AT KELLYVILLE STATION PRECINCT

Marked Pedestrian Crossings

In accordance with the Austroads standard (Part 4, Table 5.1), the nominated design service vehicle for assessing turning paths at the intersection of two local roads is 8.8m. NRT has advised that the 14.5m service vehicle is chosen to making the intersection 'future-proof', in anticipation of future developments in the station area.

Other Matters

The RMS addendum to the standard requires local road intersections to be designed for a 12.5m service vehicle and verified for a 19.0m service vehicle. Based on the interpretation submitted by the NRT, it is recommended that the Board approve the proposed 'Give way' controls to ensure that service vehicle access through the station area is maintained at designated intersections.

ITEM SOLENT CIRCUIT, BAULKHAM HILLS;

FAIRWAY DRIVE AND SEVERN VALE DRIVE, KELLYVILLE - APPLICATION

67 Fairway Drive Objection to Item 16 Moved the proposed bus stop from opposite No. 67 to the next utility pole. The proposed bus stop moved from opposite No. 16 Severn Vale Drive to opposite No. 2 Balmoral Road.

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Figure 1: Site Analysis Plan
Figure 2: SUBJECT SITE
Figure 3 SITE ANALYSIS
Figure 4: SITE PLANNING
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References

Related documents

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