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									Minutes of Planning & Development Committee Meeting




                                     Bundaberg Regional   10 June 2010
                                          Council
                                          Planning
                                         Committee
                                             Minutes
Present:

Cr CR Sommerfeld (Chairman)
Cr AL Ricciardi
Cr WA Honor
Cr M Wilkinson
Cr GR Barnes
Apologies:

Officers:

Mr PJ Byrne, Chief Executive Officer
Mr W Phillips, Manager Planning (Coastal & Strategic)
Mr F Nastasi, Manager Sustainable Development
Miss G Downie, Senior Planner (City & Hinterland)
Mrs WE Saunders, Executive Services Co-ordinator
Mrs RA Silcox, Administration Officer
By Invitation:

Invocation:




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                                             Minutes             10 June 2010


  Number:                           File Number:       Part:
                                                       B - CONFIRMATION OF
  1
                                                       MINUTES

Subject:

Confirmation of Minutes

Associated Organization/Person:




Resolution


Cr Barnes moved:-

That the Minutes of the Planning & Development Committee Meeting held on
26 May 2010 be taken as read and confirmed.

Seconded by Cr Honor - and carried unanimously without debate.




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                                             Minutes            10 June 2010


  Number:                           File Number:       Part:

  1                                                    M - PLANNING

Subject:

Proposed Street Names – Residential Subdivision off Jealous Road, Bundaberg.

Associated Organization/Person:

N/A


Resolution

At the request of the Chairman, the Manager Sustainable Development addressed
the meeting on the report.

Following discussion thereto - Cr Wilkinson moved, seconded by Cr Barnes:-

That the new roads in the Residential Subdivision off Jealous Road,
Bundaberg East (as identified on GHD Drawing No 41-20969-C002 dated 1 April
2009) be named as follows:-

Road 1 - Georgia Terrace (off Jealous Road)
Road 2 - Zac Street (Street running between Road 1 [Georgia Terrace] and
         Road 3 [Morgan Way])
Road 3 - Morgan Way (off Jealous Road)

The motion was then put - and carried unanimously.




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                                             Minutes                                    10 June 2010


 Number:                           File Number:                           Part:
                                                                          N - DEVELOPMENT
 1                                 325.2007.20794.2
                                                                          APPLICATION

Title: Development Application to Change an Existing
Approval
Applicant:                               Sommerfeld Jensen Campbell Pty Ltd


Owner:                                   Deptmouth Pty Ltd
Location:                                McLeods Road, Bullyard
Proposed Use:                            Development Application to Change an Existing Approval
Further Development Permits:
Concurrence Agency:
Advice Agency:
Date of Receipt:
Real Property Description:               Lot: 5 on RP: 184167 and Lot: 81 BON: 207,
                                         County Bowen, Parish Gin Gin
Area:                                    199.52ha
Number of Lots
Town Planning Zone:                      Rural B
Superseded Town Planning Zone:           Superseded Planning Scheme for Kolan Shire
                                         (1986)
Strategic Plan Designation:
Development Control Plan:
Advertised:
Notice of Compliance:
Objections:

Resolution:

At the request of the Chairman, the Senior Planner (City & Hinterland) addressed the
meeting on the report.

Following discussion thereto - Cr Ricciardi moved, seconded by Cr Honor:-

That application (Council Reference Number 325.2007.20794.2) to Change an
Existing Approval at McLeods Road, Simpsons Road and Bundaberg Gin Gin
Road, Bullyard; land described as Lot: 5 on RP: 184167 and Lot: 81 on BON:
207, County Bowen, Parish Gin Gin be APPROVED and Council (acting as
Assessment Manager) issue the following Notice, including attachments:-




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                     Notice to Change an Existing Approval
                   Integrated Planning Act 1997 Section 3.5.25 & 3.5.33

RE:     –       Request to Change an Existing Approval at McLeods Road, Simpsons
                Road and Bundaberg Gin Gin Road, Bullyard; land described as Lot: 5
                on RP: 184167 and Lot: 81 on BON: 207, County Bowen, Parish Gin
                Gin;
        –       Planning Scheme for Shire of Kolan 1986.

I refer to the above-described request, received by Council on 20 August, 2009.
This request has been assessed by Council and approved under delegation by the
Planning and Development Committee on 10 June 2010. This notice, being the
Notice to Change an Existing Approval, replaces the previous Decision Notice dated
11 July, 2008.

1.      Details Approval
        Change to an Existing Approval (previous approval being Decision Notice
        dated 11 July, 2008) of Reconfiguring a Lot – Code Assessable – [2 lots into
        13 lots – Rural Hobby Farms in 2 Stages: -

        o       Stage 1 involves proposed Lot 4 plus a Balance allotment;

        o       Stage 2 is in accordance with the approved plan.

2.      Referral Agencies
        Concurrence Agencies: Department of Natural Resources & Water
        Advice Agencies:      Ergon Energy

3.      Approved Plans
 Plan/Document                   Plan/Document Name               Prepared By         Date
     Number
    7179-P3A                 ‘Plan    of    Proposed   Lot    Sommerfeld Jensen     Jan 2008
                             Reconfiguration of Lots 1-13     Campbell Pty Ltd
                             cancelling Lot 81 on BON207
                             and Lot 5 on RP184167’, scale
                             1:5000 at A2

4.      Assessment Manager's Conditions and Advices
        Assessment Manager’s Conditions:              As per attached Schedule 1.
        Assessment Manager’s Advices:                 As per attached Schedule 2.

5.      Referral Agency's Response
        Concurrence Agencies:            As per attached.
        Advice Agencies:                 Nil.




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6.       Conflicts with Laws and Policies and Reasons for the Decision Despite
         the Conflict
         The Assessment Manager considers this decision conflicts with the following
         Planning Provisions:-

     The decision conflicts with the            Reason for the decision, including a
     following    codes,     planning           statement about the sufficient grounds to
     instrument,    local    planning           justify the decision despite the conflict.
     instrument, State Planning
     Policy or Priority Infrastructure
     Plan.

     Chapter 38:Subdivision of Land:
     Clause 6, Allotment Size and               1) On balance the land is primarily not good
     Requirements clause (e) and                   quality pasture land with one area of isolated
                                                   Good Quality Agricultural Land which can not
     Strategic Plan 1.5.2 Housing in
                                                   be farmed in conjunction with or amalgamated
     Rural Areas (8)                               with surrounding rural lots.
                                                2) The Class D Lands exhibit extreme limitations
                                                   and are currently stabilised by protected
                                                   vegetation. These soils are only capable of
                                                   supporting low grade native pastures but would
                                                   suffer degradation if any significant grazing
                                                   pressure was introduced. The Land Suitability
                                                   Reports both conclude that the lots are not
                                                   viable in their current state for cattle grazing
                                                   purposes. As the land can not be further
                                                   cleared there is limited alternative agricultural
                                                   uses.      Given this situation future use as
                                                   Hobby Farms is deemed an appropriate use.

                                                3) extension of the existing rural hobby farm
                                                   subdivision;
                                                4)     a layout design that can accommodate any
                                                      self-assessable use including a dwelling house
                                                      and associated infrastructure;
                                                5) Approximately 9 years of supply in the locality
                                                   is not an unreasonable volume and provides
                                                   additional housing choice for the Shire.

7.       Further Development Permits Required
         Operational Works Permit.

8.       Rights of Appeal
         Attached is an extract from the Integrated Planning Act 1997 which details
         your appeal rights regarding this decision.




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9.      When the Development Approval Takes Effect
        This development approval takes effect as per set out by s 3.5.19 of the
        Integrated Planning Act 1997 .


Yours faithfully



Peter Byrne
Chief Executive Officer


Enclosures:        Schedule 1 – Assessment Manager’s Conditions;
                   Schedule 2 – Assessment Manager’s Advices
                   Concurrence Agency’s Conditions;
                   Approved Plans;
                   Extract from the Integrated Planning Act 1997 .




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                                  Schedule 1
                        Assessment Manager’s Conditions

                     Notice to Change an Existing Approval

 Council Reference:                     325.2007.20794.2
 Original Development                   11 July, 2008
 Permit Date:
 Change of Approval Date:               10 June 2010
 Applicant:                             Sommerfeld Jensen Campbell Pty Ltd
 Property Owner:                        Deptmouth Pty Ltd
 Real Property Description:             Lot: 5 on RP: 184167 and Lot: 81 on BON: 207, County
                                        Bowen, Parish Gin Gin
 Location:                              McLeods Road, Bullyard
 Detail of Change of                    Change to an Existing Approval (previous approval being
 Approval:                              Decision Notice dated 11 July, 2008) of Reconfiguring a
                                        Lot – Code Assessable – [2 lots into 13 lots – Rural
                                        Hobby Farms in 2 Stages: -

                                        o        Stage 1 involves proposed Lot 4 plus a Balance
                                                 allotment;

                                        o      Stage 2 is in accordance with the approved plan.
     Planning Scheme:                   Shire of Kolan 1986

Amended Development Conditions

The term ‘approved plan of development’ (or similar) refers to the plan reference No.
7179-P3A titled ‘Plan of Proposed Lot Reconfiguration of Lots 1-13 cancelling Lot 81
on BON207 and Lot 5 on RP184167’, dated Jan 2008, scale 1:5000 at A2, stamped
approved in blue, and attached to this approval.


Conditions Applicable to the whole of the development

1.      The subject site is to be developed in accordance with the approved plan of
        development and supporting information submitted with the application and
        information request response except where amended in accordance with
        conditions.

2.      The relocation of any infrastructure or services required as a result of this
        approval, including these conditions, is to be carried out at the cost of the
        developer/applicant.

3.      All services and infrastructure are to be contained within respective lots.




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4.      Outstanding charges or expenses levied by the Council over the subject land
        are to be paid prior to Council sealing the plan of subdivision.

5.      Prior to the submission of the plan of subdivision to Council, reinstate survey
        marks and install new survey marks in their correct position in accordance
        with the plan of subdivision, and the work is to be certified in writing by a
        licensed surveyor.

6.      Property boundaries are to be located to ensure that the setbacks of existing
        buildings to property boundaries comply with the Standard Building
        Regulation. All proposed building work to be in accordance with the Building
        Code of Australia, Standard Building Regulation and the Queensland
        Development Code.

7.      Any on-site sewerage disposal areas must comply with separation distances
        detailed in the Plumbing and Waste Water Code 2002, AS3500 & AS1547 and
        Council Policy pertaining to water ways, bores, dams, property boundaries
        and easements.

8.      Any new earthworks or structures are not to concentrate or impede the natural
        flow of water across property boundaries and onto any other lots.

9.      The stormwater drainage system serving the site is to be designed so that the
        development will not make material changes to the pre-development location,
        duration, frequency or concentration of overland stormwater flow at the point
        of discharge to all downstream properties including road reserves. In the
        event that a material change to the pre-development stormwater flows will
        occur, produce evidence to Council’s satisfaction of a legal right as to the
        method for stormwater discharge over the downstream land.

10.     The stormwater drainage is to be designed such that no restriction to existing
        or developed stormwater flow from upstream properties or ponding of
        stormwater within upstream properties occurs as a result of the development.

11.     The subject site is to be clear of declared pests and plants prior to the sealing
        of plans for subdivision.

12.     Construct access to each of the proposed lots in accordance with the former
        Kolan Shire Council’s Standard Drawing KSC005 Type C for single or double
        point access. Approval of the specific location of accesses taking into account
        sight distances shall be obtained as part of the operational works application
        for roadworks.

13.     One copy of the proposal plan shall be forwarded to the Manager, Delivery
        Centre Australia Post, 55 Enterprise Street, Bundaberg, QLD, 4670 to
        Australia Post for updating of postal data base.




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14.     Arrange with Ergon Energy for the provision of electricity infrastructure and
        services to each lot. One copy of the proposal plan shall be forwarded to
        Ergon Energy. Evidence of an agreement between the developer/applicant
        and Ergon Energy to provide electricity reticulation mains and availability of
        connections to each lot at the developer/applicant’s cost is to be submitted to
        Council at the time of sealing the survey plan.

15.     Arrange for the provision of underground telephone services to each lot from
        Telstra. Evidence of an agreement between the developer/applicant and
        Telstra to provide these services and availability of connections to each lot at
        the developer/applicant’s cost is to be submitted to Council at the time of
        sealing the survey plan. The developer/applicant is required to provide any
        conduits and enveloping pipes at Operational Works stage necessary for the
        hauling of necessary cables by Telstra or its nominated representative.

16.     The developer / applicant shall contribute to Council $25 per lot for the
        installation of new rural property numbers at the new accesses constructed.

17.     All significant mature vegetation (excluding areas for a house site) is to be
        retained on-site.

18.     Prior to the sealing of the plan the applicant is to provide to the Councils
        satisfaction the results of a Preliminary Site Investigation Report including soil
        tests, indicating that the land, is not affected by pesticides or contaminants, or
        has been remediated following the identification of any such pesticide or
        contaminant.

19.     Prior to the issuing of certificate of occupancy for building works each lot shall
        be supplied with either:
            a. A rainwater tank with a minimum size of 22,500 litres; or
            b. A suitable bore water supply and 1000 litre rainwater tank.

Conditions Applicable to Stage 1 of the Development (Lot 4)

20.     The works associated with the access to proposed Lot 4 are to be submitted
        to and approved by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

Conditions Applicable to the Remainder of the Development

21.     The Bundaberg Gin Gin Road and Bucca Road intersection is to be upgraded
        to a BAL standard for left turns into Bucca Road in accordance with the Road
        Planning and Design Manual or the equivalent standards at that time. All
        roadworks undertaken within a State Controlled Road reserve are to be
        submitted to and approved by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.




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22.     Access for proposed Lots 1 to 3 and 5 to 13 is to be via the new internal road
        to be constructed off McLeods Road only, and for proposed Lot 4 via
        Simpsons Road along the southern boundary of Lot 5 RP213645 within the
        Bundaberg Gin Gin Road corridor as shown on the approved plan of
        development. Direct access from either McLeods Road or the Bundaberg Gin
        Gin Road is not permitted.

23.     Dedicate a 20 metre road reserve to service proposed Lots 1 to 3 and 5 to 13.
        These new roads are to be terminated at cul-de-sacs of adequate size to
        accommodate a minimum 11 metre radius bitumen sealing turnaround with a
        4 metre clearance between boundary lines and the edge of the bitumen seal
        at any point.

24.     The applicant is to upgrade the full length of McLeods Road from the existing
        end of bitumen seal at No 66 McLeods Road to 100 m past the point of the
        intersection with the new Road. At this point, suitable gravel widening to
        facilitate the turning around of a long school bus shall be provided. This road
        is to be upgraded since it is the only access road into the site and the
        development results in more than 75 vehicles per day generated, which
        triggers the requirement for bitumen sealing. McLeods Road shall be
        upgraded in accordance with the former Kolan Shire Council’s Rural
        Subdivision Design Standards Manual for a Collector Road status with Buses
        and to a minimum 80 km/h design standard. Road cross section shall be to
        KSC002 standard drawing with a minimum 6.0 m wide two coat bitumen seal
        on 8.0 m wide formation on straights. All road designs shall also comply with
        the requirements of “Austroads Rural Road Design Manual” and “Austroads
        Part 5 Intersections at Grade”.

25.     The applicant is to construct the full length of the new internal road in
        accordance with the former Kolan Shire Council’s Rural Subdivision Design
        Standards Manual for Access Road status without Buses and to a minimum
        60km/h design standard. Road cross section shall be to KSC002 standard
        drawing with a minimum 6.0m wide two coat bitumen seal on 8.0m wide
        formation on straights. All road designs shall also comply with the
        requirements of “Austroads Rural Road Design Manual” and “Austroads Part 5
        Intersections at Grade”. Dead end roads shall be terminated with 11 metre
        radius two coat bitumen sealed cul-de-sac turnarounds to support the turning
        circle of a tandem axle single steer garbage collection truck.

26.     All road pavements shall be designed in accordance with Austroads APRG
        Report No.21 – A Guide to the design of new pavements for light traffic”.
        McLeods Road shall be designed for a collector road with buses and the new
        internal roads shall be designed for a local access road without buses.

27.     The fire access easement is to be a minimum width of 10 metres and traverse
        proposed lot 10 to the cul-de-sac at the frontage of Lot 10. The access
        easement is to have vehicular access at each end.




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28.     Access to this easement will be given to local residents, local government and
        Queensland Fire and Rescue Service for the purpose of emergency, bushfire
        response and development compliance inspections.                The easement
        documentation is to reflect this requirement.

29.     The applicant is to have prepared necessary easement documentation stating
        conditions of use for the easement and such to be registered along with
        Survey Plan with Titles Office. Easement to be maintained in an accessible
        and clear state at all times by Council so as not to restrict access along the
        easement at any time. A certified copy of this documentation is to be lodged
        with Council at the same time as the Plan of Survey for sighting. This copy
        will be retained on file for future reference and notes made on property
        records.

30.     Prior to Operational Works approval, the applicant is to provide Council with a
        detailed ‘Stormwater Management Plan’ for the discharge of stormwater flows
        from the site.

31.     During the construction phase, the applicant is to install and maintain silt
        management facilities until the subdivision has been accepted ‘off
        maintenance’.

32.     The applicant is to submit detailed engineering drawings and silt management
        procedures for approval by Council prior to issuing a development permit for
        operational works. All engineering designs submitted to Council for
        engineering approval are to be certified by a Registered Professional Engineer
        of Queensland. Fees for the checking of engineering plans are to be paid at
        the time of lodgement of plans in accordance with Council’s Register of
        General Fees applicable at the time of lodgement.

33.     Submit to Council evidence of written appointment and acceptance of a
        responsible contractor for the project as defined under the Workplace Health
        and Safety Act 1995 . Additionally, the developer/applicant is to submit to
        Council a copy of the receipted Qleave Notification and Payment Form to
        ensure payment of the Workplace Health and Safety Fee and Portable Long
        Service Leave Levy.

34.     The developer/applicant shall provide a list of three (3) alternative road names
        for each of the new internal roads for Council approval at the time of
        application for operational work.

35.     All road and drainage works are to be designed, supervised and certified by a
        Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland.

36.     Inspection of the operational work is to be carried out by Council staff. Fees
        are to be paid in accordance with Council’s Register of General Fees
        applicable at the time of lodgement.




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37.     Before the Plan of Survey will be released by Council, all work is to be
        completed to the satisfaction of Council or a bond to the value of the
        outstanding work must be lodged with Council. As the outstanding work is
        completed, application may be made to Council for the progressive reduction
        of the value of the bond.

38.     A maintenance bond will be required in accordance with Council’s Register of
        General Fees for the full duration of the works being ‘On Maintenance’.

                                     End of Schedule 1




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                                Schedule 2
                   Assessment Manager’s Amended Advices

                     Notice to Change an Existing Approval

    Council Reference:                  325.2007.20794.2
    Original Development                11 July, 2008
    Permit Date:
    Change of Approval Date:            10 June 2010
    Applicant:                          Sommerfeld Jensen Campbell Pty. Ltd.
    Property Owner:                     Deptmouth Pty. Ltd.
    Real Property                       Lot: 5 on RP: 184167 and Lot: 81 on BON: 207, County
    Description:                        Bowen, Parish Gin Gin
    Location:                           McLeods Road, Bullyard
    Detail of Change of                 Change to an Existing Approval (previous approval being
    Approval:                           Decision Notice dated 11 July, 2008) of Reconfiguring a
                                        Lot – Code Assessable – [2 lots into 13 lots – Rural
                                        Hobby Farms in 2 Stages: -

                                        o        Stage 1 involves proposed Lot 4 plus a Balance
                                                 allotment;

                                        o      Stage 2 is in accordance with the approved plan.
    Planning Scheme:                    Shire of Kolan 1986

Development Advice
       The Integrated Planning Act 1997 provides that, if this approval is not acted
        upon within a period of four (4) years the approval will lapse.
       An Operational Works Permit may be required for carrying out operational
        work involving filling or excavation;
       A Building Permit will be required to construct, remove and or demolish any
        structures from the site;
       A Plumbing and Drainage Permit is required for any new dwelling;
       All conditions, the subject of this approval, must be complied with prior to the
        Council’s endorsement of the plan of subdivision, unless satisfactory security
        is given to the Council to ensure compliance with the conditions.
       Operational work will be inspected upon practical completion and if
        satisfactory will be placed ‘on maintenance’ for a period of twelve months after
        which the works will be reinspected and taken ‘off maintenance’ if satisfactory.
        It is the responsibility of the applicant to maintain the works for the full duration
        of the maintenance period.




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       This development approval does not authorise any activity that may harm
        Aboriginal cultural heritage. Under the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2003
        you have a duty of care in relation to such heritage. Section 23(1) provides
        that "A person who carries out an activity must take all reasonable and
        practicable measures to ensure the activity does not harm Aboriginal cultural
         heritage." Council does not warrant that the approved development avoids
        affecting Aboriginal cultural heritage. It may therefore be prudent for you to
        carry out searches, consultation, or a cultural heritage assessment to
        ascertain the presence or otherwise of Aboriginal cultural heritage. The Act
        and the associated duty of care guidelines explain your obligations in more
        detail and should be consulted before proceeding.

                                     End of Schedule 2

    The Motion was then put - and carried unanimously.




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 Number:                           File Number:                              Part:
                                                                             N - DEVELOPMENT
 2                                 321.2009.27074.1
                                                                             APPLICATION

Title: Request for a Negotiated Decision
Applicant:                               Mrs Leanne Lassig


Owner:                                   G J Lassig & L Lassig
Location:                                27, 31 & 31A Childers Road, Branyan
Proposed Use:                            Request for a Negotiated Decision
Further Development Permits:
Concurrence Agency:
Advice Agency:
Date of Receipt:
Real Property Description:               Lots: 17 & 18 on SP: 191803 and Lots: 16 & 17 on
                                         RP: 13526, County Cook, Parish Bundaberg
Area:                                    2.3277ha
Number of Lots
Town Planning Zone:                      Non-urban (Local Area 1)
Superseded Town Planning Zone:           Planning Scheme for Bundaberg City
Strategic Plan Designation:
Development Control Plan:
Advertised:
Notice of Compliance:
Objections:

Resolution:

At the request of the Chairman, the Senior Planner (City & Hinterland) addressed the
meeting on the report.

Following discussion thereto - Cr Wilkinson moved, seconded by Cr Ricciardi:-

That the Applicant be advised Council has considered the representations
contained in their letter dated 26 March, 2010 regarding Conditions 8, 9 and 10
of Council’s Approval (322.2009.27074.1) for Reconfiguration of Lot for
Boundary Realignment, over land situated at Lots: 17 & 18 on SP: 191803 and
Lots: 16 & 17 on RP: 13526, County Cook, Parish Bundaberg, and refuses to
issue a Negotiated Decision Notice for the following reasons:-




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1.    Condition 8 (Stormwater) requires a lawful discharge point for each
      allotment which is a minimum requirement of the Lot Reconfiguration
      Code;
2.    Conditions 9 and 10 (Electricity and Telecommunications) are imposed to
      ensure such services are available in accordance with the Infrastructure
      Services Code. These services must be available not only in locality but
      also capacity at the proposed connection point/s to cater for the
      proposed development;
- and Council (acting as Assessment Manager) issue the following Notice:-




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                                              Notice
                        Integrated Planning Act 1997 Section 3.5.17

RE:     –       Development Application for Reconfiguring a Lot for Boundary
                                              2
                Realignment (Four Lots) and 9m of Road Dedication at 27, 31 & 31A
                Childers Road, Branyan; land described as Lots: 17 & 18 on SP:
                191803 and Lots: 16 & 17 on RP: 13526, County Cook, Parish
                Bundaberg;
        –       Planning Scheme for Bundaberg City (Version 2.00).


I refer to your request for a Negotiated Decision Notice, received by Council on 31
March, 2010. The representations contained in your letter dated 26 March 2010
regarding Conditions 8, 9 and 10 of Council’s Approval (321.2009.27074.1) for
Reconfiguring a Lot, at the above-described properties and dated 9 March, 2010
have been considered and assessed by the Planning and Development Committee
under delegation on 10 June 2010.

It is advised in accordance with the Integrated Planning Act 1997 Section 3.5.17 (5)
Council does not agree with any of the representations received.

1.      Assessment Manager's Reasons for not agreeing to representations

        1.       Condition 8 (Stormwater) requires a lawful discharge point for each
                 allotment which is a minimum requirement of the Lot Reconfiguration
                 Code;
        2.       Conditions 9 and 10 (Electricity and Telecommunications) are imposed
                 to ensure such services are available in accordance with the
                 Infrastructure Services Code. These services must be available not
                 only in locality but also capacity at the proposed connection point/s to
                 cater for the proposed development.

2.      Rights of Appeal
        Attached is an extract from the Integrated Planning Act 1997 which details
        your appeal rights regarding this decision.

Yours faithfully



Peter Byrne
Chief Executive Officer




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Enclosures:        Copy of Original decision Notice dated 9 March, 2010
                   Extract from the Integrated Planning Act 1997 .

cc.                For Information Purposes

                   Department of Transport & Main Roads
                   Locked Bag 486
                   BUNDABERG QLD 4670

                   Attn: Mr. Brian Richters
                   Ref: 830/999(1) P116279 E93244

 The Motion was then put - and carried unanimously.




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                                                                           N - DEVELOPMENT
 3                                 322.2009.27507.1
                                                                           APPLICATION

Title: Development Application for Material Change of Use –
Code Assessment – Church Administration Office and New
Day Care Administration Centre

Request for a Negotiated Decision Notice
Applicant:                               Bundaberg Baptist Church


Owner:                                   The Baptist Union Of Queensland
Location:                                14 Fitzgerald Street, Norville
Proposed Use:                            Development Application for Material Change of Use – Code Assessment –
                                         Church Administration Office and New Day Care Administration Centre

                                         Request for a Negotiated Decision Notice
Further Development Permits:
Concurrence Agency:
Advice Agency:
Date of Receipt:
Real Property Description:               Lot 32 on RP845708, County Cook, Parish
                                         Bundaberg
Area:                                    2.023 Hectares
Number of Lots
Town Planning Zone:                      Community (Local Area 1)
Superseded Town Planning Zone:           Planning Scheme for Bundaberg City
Strategic Plan Designation:
Development Control Plan:
Advertised:
Notice of Compliance:
Objections:

Resolution:

At the request of the Chairman, the Senior Planner (City & Hinterland) addressed the
meeting on the report.

Following discussion thereto - Cr Honor moved, seconded by Cr Barnes:-

That the Applicant be advised Council (acting as Assessment Manager) has
considered the submitted request for a Negotiated Decision Notice relating to
application (Council Reference Number 322.2009.27507.1) for Material Change
of Use – Code Assessment – for Church Administration Office and New Day
Care Administration Centre at 14 Fitzgerald Street, Norville; land described as
Lot 32 on RP845708, County Cook, Parish Bundaberg, and




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(i)   agrees to the amendment of Condition 1 deleting the amounts for
      Sewerage and Water Supply Contributions;
(ii) agrees to the amendment of Condition 8 referring to a total of thirty-nine
      (39) employee and customer car parking spaces;
(iii) agrees to issue the following Negotiated Decision Notice, including
      attachments:-




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                      Amended Negotiated Decision Notice
                        Integrated Planning Act 1997 Section 3.5.17

RE:     –       Development Application for Material Change of Use – Code
                Assessment – Church Administration Office and New Day Care
                Administration Centre at 14 Fitzgerald Street, Norville; land described
                as Lot 32 on RP845708, County Cook, Parish Bundaberg;

                Planning Scheme for Bundaberg City;

                Request for a Negotiated Decision Notice.


I refer to the above-described Negotiated Decision Notice request, received by
Council on 8 March, 2010. This request has been assessed by Council and
approved under delegation by the Planning and Development Committee on 10 June
2010 This negotiated decision notice replaces the decision notice previously issued,
dated 4 March, 2010.

1.      Nature of the Changes
        The nature of the changes are:-

        (A)     The amendment of Condition 2, Infrastructure Contributions to
                reflect changes to the water and sewerage contribution calculations.
                The contributions now reflect previous payments on an equivalent
                person basis, therefore no amount is required for the water and
                sewerage contributions;

        (B)     The amendment of an error in Condition 8 referring to a total of
                thirty-nine (39) employee and customer car parking spaces.

2.      Details of Approval
        Development Permit for Material Change of Use – Code Assessable – Church
        Administration Office and New Day Care Administration Centre.

3.      Referral Agencies
        Concurrence Agencies: Nil.
        Advice Agencies:      Nil.

4.      Approved Plans
      Project      Page No.       Plan/Document       Prepared By          Date
        No.                             Name
     090511         DA2           Proposed    Site    Design Direct   7 December 2009
                                         Plan
     090511         DA3           Floor Plan          Design Direct   7 December 2009
     090511         DA4           Elevations          Design Direct   7 December 2009
     090511         DA5           Views               Design Direct   7 December 2009


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5.      Assessment Manager's Conditions and Advices
        Assessment Manager’s Conditions:               As per attached Schedule 1.
        Assessment Manager’s Advices:                  Nil.

6.      Conflicts with Laws and Policies and Reasons for the Decision Despite
        the Conflict:- Nil.

7.      Further Development Permits Required
        The following development permits are necessary to allow the development to
        be carried out:-
        o Building Works – Assessable against the Building Codes of Australia Act
            1975 and the Building Regulations 2006;
        o Plumbing and Drainage Works – Assessable against the Plumbing and
            Drainage Act 2002;
        o Operational Works – Assessable against the Planning Scheme for
            Bundaberg City.

8.      Rights of Appeal
        Attached is an extract from the Integrated Planning Act 1997 which details
        your appeal rights regarding this decision.

9.      When the Development Approval Takes Effect
        This development approval takes effect as per set out by s 3.5.19 of the
        Integrated Planning Act 1997 .



Yours faithfully



Peter Byrne
Chief Executive Officer

Enclosures:        Schedule 1 – Assessment Manager’s Conditions;
                   Approved Plans;
                   Extract from the Integrated Planning Act 1997 .




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                               Schedule 1
                      Assessment Manager’s Conditions
                    (Amended Negotiated Decision Notice)

        Development Permit for Material Change of Use – Code
                            Assessment


     Council Reference:                   322.2009.27507.1
     Negotiated Decision Date:            10 June 2010
     Applicant:                           Bundaberg Baptist Church
     Property Owner:                      The Baptist Union Of Queensland
     Real             Property            Lot 32 on RP845708, County Cook, Parish
     Description:                         Bundaberg
     Location:                            14 Fitzgerald Street, Norville
     Approved Use:                        Church Administration Office and New Day Care
                                          Administration Centre
     Land Designation:                    Community (Local Area 1)

Amended Development Conditions

Development Conditions

Approved Plans

1.       The proposed development is to be generally constructed in accordance with
         Conditions contained within this notice and the following Approved Plans;

     Project      Page          Plan         Prepared By          Date
       No.         No.         Name
     090511      DA2         Proposed        Design Direct   7 December, 2009
                             Site Plan
     090511      DA3         Floor Plan      Design Direct   7 December, 2009
     090511      DA4         Elevation       Design Direct   7 December, 2009
                             s
     090511      DA5         Views           Design Direct   7 December, 2009

Infrastructure Contributions

2.       Prior to Commencement of Use, pay Infrastructure Contributions for
         Sewerage, Water Supply, Stormwater, Transport (local and state
         controlled roads), Pedestrian and Cycle Ways and Parks, Recreation
         and Community Land in accordance with Council's adopted Policy;




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    Infrastructure Contributions current as at the date on this Decision
                                   Notice
                                              Recognised
                               Equivalent
                                                Previous     Infrastructure
     Type of Contribution        Demand
                                              Contribution Contribution
                                  (EDU)
                                                 (EDU)
 Sewerage                              9.8           19.9          $-
 Water                                9.8            19.9          $-
 Stormwater                             30             25      $7,500.00
 Transport - Sectoral (local
 controlled roads)                   8.6063         4.4147     $5,505.57
 Transport – Regional (state
 controlled roads)                   8.6063         4.4147     $5,617.38
 Pedestrian and Cycle Ways               0             0           $-
 Parks,    Recreation    and
 Community Land                          0                0        $-
                                                               $18,622.95

Note: Council’s adopted Policy allows the value of the Infrastructure
Contributions to vary unless payment is received by Council within six (6)
months of the date on this Decision Notice.
Note: 19.9EDU for each of water and sewerage represents the recognition of
all existing use rights provided by the payment of headworks for water &
sewerage in the 1992 approval. 9.8EDU represents the portion of the 1992
right that has been used to date, including the 70 seat church expansion in
2008 and the proposed child care offices.

Water Supply

3.      It is the Applicants responsibility to ensure that the existing water service is
        sufficient to adequately service the proposed new and existing structure.

Water

4.      The Developer is to provide a metered service, and internal infrastructure as
        required, to satisfy the fire fighting and water supply demands of the proposed
        development;

5.      Arrangements for the installation of any new metered service and sub-meters,
        or removal of an existing service, are to be made with Council’s Water and
        Wastewater Infrastructure Planning Technical Support Section. All works are
        to be undertaken by Council at the Developer’s expense;




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Stormwater

6.      The roofwater downpipes from the new building must be connected to the
        existing piped system contained within the site that outlet to the park at the
        corner of Nicolson and Shaw Streets;

7.      The two small sheds currently draining stormwater onto the ground are also to
        be connected to the piped system;

Roadworks and Carparking

8.      Provision of an off-street car parking and vehicle manoeuvring area for
        thirty-nine (39) employee and customer parking spaces and a drop-off space
        in accordance with Council’s requirements. Such car parking, access and
        manoeuvring areas shall be:-

        8.1     constructed and sealed with bitumen, asphalt, concrete or approved
                pavers;
        8.2     line-marked into parking bays;
        8.3     designed to include a manoeuvring area to allow vehicles to leave the
                site in a forward gear;
        8.4     designed to include the provision of fill and/or boundary retaining walls
                to allow for the containment and management of site stormwater
                drainage as required;
        8.5     sign posted to indicate entry / exit points, in addition to line marking, to
                indicate the traffic flow through the site;
        8.6     drained to the relevant site discharge point;
        8.7     designed in accordance with AS/NZS2890.1-2004: ‘Parking Facilities
                Part 1: Off-street Car Parking’;

9.      Provision of a 1.5 metre wide concrete ribbon footpath for the full length of the
        Fitzgerald Street frontage from the existing vehicle access crossover to the
        south property boundary in accordance with Council’s Drawing 13977. Works
        shall include re-grading of the grassed area to suit the new footpath, with
        topsoiling and grass seeding to disturbed path areas as well as fill material to
        the footpath to remove trip hazards;

Landscaping

10.     Landscaping of the site is to:-

        10.1    Consist of the construction of permanent garden beds planted with
                trees and shrubs, with particular attention to the street frontages of the
                site. Landscaping is to be completed prior to the premises being
                occupied and is to be maintained while the use of the premises for the
                ‘approved use’ continues;

        10.2    Include species recognised for their low water requirements and is to
                be provided with an approved controlled underground or drip watering
                system.


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                Any such system shall be fitted with an approved testable backflow
                prevention device at the Applicant’s expense. Please liase with
                Council’s Building Services and Water Operations Sections in this
                regard;

Lighting

11.     External lighting is to be designed in accordance with AS4282-1997: ‘Control
        of the Obtrusive Effects of Outdoor Lighting’ so as not to cause nuisance to
        nearby residents or passing motorists;

Air Conditioners

12.     Air Conditioning units shall be designed, installed, maintained, and operated
        so that noise emissions are within the limits imposed by the Environmental
        Protection Act, Regulations and Policies;

13.     Condensation from air conditioning units is to be discharged to the sewerage
        system;

Signage

14.     The size and dimensions of all signage proposed as part of the new
        industrial/commercial development will need to comply with the Signs Code
        contained within the Planning Scheme for Bundaberg City. Any signage that
        does not comply with the Code shall require a Development Application for
        the Planning Approval of Operational Works (involving placing an advertising
        device on premises);

Other

15.     Any damage occasioned to the kerb and channeling and / or footpath shall be
        repaired / reinstated at the completion of all works;

16.     A sufficient area shall be provided for the storage of all waste bins. This area
        is to be sealed, screen fenced and designed so as to prevent the release of
        contaminants to the environment;

17.     Any placement of fill material within the subject land shall comply with the
        Planning Scheme for Bundaberg City’s ‘Filling and Excavation Code’. All fill
        material to be placed on the subject allotment shall be tested and structurally
        certified in accordance with the Code;

18.     All Conditions contained in this Decision Notice are to be completed/complied
        with before the use hereby approved commences, unless otherwise stated
        within this notice.
                                     End of Schedule 1

 The Motion was then put - and carried unanimously.



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 Number:                           File Number:                           Part:
                                                                          N - DEVELOPMENT
 4                                 322.2009.27370.1
                                                                          APPLICATION

Title: Development Application for Code Assessable Material
Change of Use - Telecommunication Facility (Major)
Applicant:                               Telstra Corporation Pty Ltd


Owner:                                   C T Nedwich & C S Nedwich
Location:                                568 Coonarr Road, Kinkuna
Proposed Use:                            Development Application for Code Assessable Material Change of Use -
                                         Telecommunication Facility (Major)
Further Development Permits:
Concurrence Agency:
Advice Agency:
Date of Receipt:
Real Property Description:               Lot: 38 SP: 109995, County Cook, Parish Barns
Area:                                    44.95ha
Number of Lots
Town Planning Zone:                      Rural
Superseded Town Planning Zone:           Planning Scheme for Burnett Shire 2006
Strategic Plan Designation:
Development Control Plan:
Advertised:
Notice of Compliance:
Objections:

Resolution:

At the request of the Chairman, the Manager Planning (Coastal & Strategic)
addressed the meeting on the report.

Following discussion thereto - Cr Honor moved, seconded by Cr Wilkinson:-

That application (Council Reference Number 322.2009.27370.1) for Material
Change of Use for a Telecommunication Facility – Major at 568 Coonarr Road,
Kinkuna; land described as Lot: 38 SP: 109995, County Cook, Parish Barns be
APPROVED with conditions and Council issue the following Decision Notice,
including attachments:-




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                   Development Application Decision Notice
                                 Approval
                        Integrated Planning Act 1997 Section 3.5.15


RE:     –        Development Application for Material Change of Use -
                 Telecommunication Facility – Major at 568 Coonarr Road, Kinkuna;
                 land described as Lot: 38 SP: 109995, County Cook, Parish Barns;
        –        Planning Scheme for Burnett Shire 2006.


I refer to the above-described development application, received by Council on 1
December 2010. This application has been assessed by Council and approved
under delegation by the Planning and Development Committee, with conditions on
10 June 2010.

1.      Details of Approval
        Development Permit for Code Assessable Material Change of Use –
        Telecommunication Facility (Major).

2.      Referral Agencies
        Concurrence          Agencies:          Department of Environment           and
                                                Resource Management
                                                PO Box 1167
                                                BUNDABERG Q. 4670
                                                Tel: 07 4131 5504
                                                Fax: 07 4131 5896

        Advice      Agencies:                   Department of Environment           and
                                                Resource Management
                                                Ecoaccess Customer Service Unit,
                                                PO Box 15155,
                                                CITY EAST QLD 4002

3.      Approved Plans
     Plan/Document            Plan/Document Name              Prepared By            Date
        Number
       Q109417/S1                   Site Layout                 Aurecon             19.11.09
       Q109417/S3                  Elevation Plan               Aurecon             19.11.09

4.      Assessment Manager's Conditions and Advices
        Assessment Manager’s Conditions:              As per attached Schedule 1.
        Assessment Manager’s Advices:                 As per attached Schedule 2.

5.      Referral Agency's Response
        Concurrence Agencies:                 Department of Environment and Resource
                                              Management (DERM).


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        Concurrence Agencies Response is attached.

        Advice Agencies:                      Department of Environment and Resource
                                              Management (DERM).

        Advice Agencies Response is attached.

6.      Further Development Permits Required
        The following development permits are necessary to allow the development to
        be carried out:-

        o      Building Works – Assessable against the Building Act 1975 and the
               Building Regulations 2006.

7.      Rights of Appeal
        Attached is an extract from the Integrated Planning Act 1997 which details
        your appeal rights regarding this decision.

8.      When the Development Approval Takes Effect
        This development approval takes effect as per set out by s 3.5.19 of the
        Integrated Planning Act 1997 .

Yours faithfully



Peter Byrne
Chief Executive Officer

Enclosures:        Schedule 1 – Assessment Manager’s Conditions;
                   Schedule 2 – Assessment Manager’s Advices;
                   Concurrence Agency’s Conditions;
                   Approved Plans;
                   Extract from the Integrated Planning Act 1997 .

cc.                For Information Purposes

                   Department of Environment and Resource Management (DERM)
                   PO Box 1167
                   BUNDABERG Q. 4670

                   (Concurrence Agency)




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                                  Schedule 1
                        Assessment Manager’s Conditions

     Development Permit for Code Assessable Material Change of
             Use - Telecommunication Facility (Major)

 Council Reference:                     322.2009.27370.1
 Development Permit Date:               10 June 2010
 Applicant:                             Telstra Corporation Pty Ltd
 Property Owner:                        C T Nedwich & C S Nedwich
 Real Property Description:             Lot: 38 SP: 109995, County Cook, Parish
                                        Barns
 Location:                              568 Coonarr Road, Kinkuna
 Approved Use:                          Telecommunication Facility
 Planning Scheme:                       Burnett Shire 2006
 Land Designation:                      Rural

Development Conditions

PLAN OF DEVELOPMENT

1.      Development is to be undertaken generally in accordance with:

        a.    Site Layout dated 19.11.09, drawing number Q109417/S1; and
        b.    Elevation Plan dated 19.11.09, drawing number Q109417/S3.

        Prepared by Aurecon, except as modified by the conditions contained
        hereunder.

ACCESS

2.      A vehicle access must be constructed to the telecommunications facility and
        must comply with the former Burnett Shire Council Standard Drawing R113-1
        where a culvert is required or R113-2 where no culvert is required.

VEHICLE PARKING

3.      Vehicle parking for all vehicles associated with the general maintenance of
        the facility is to be accommodated within the lease area of the site.

AMENITY

4.      The approved use is to be undertaken so that no undue disturbance is caused
        to surrounding properties by virtue of bright lights, traffic, noise or interfere
        with other existing radiofrequency signals.
5.      The facility is to be developed in accordance with relevant Australian
        Standards for electromagnetic radiation and industry codes of practice.


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6.      The maximum height of the facility shall not exceed 42 metres above natural
        ground level.

AVIATION SAFETY

7.      Prior to the issue of any building approval the applicant is to provide evidence
        from the Civil Aviation Authority that all aviation safety measures are
        incorporated into the design of the tower, as required. Any recommended
        aviation safety treatment is to be included to the tower prior to the
        commencement of the use.

BUILDING

8.      All building work for the development is to be in accordance with the Building
        Act 1975 and the Building Regulations 2006.

SITE DEVELOPMENT

9.      Construction work on the site is not to commence on any day before 7.00am,
        or continue any such work after 6.00pm. No construction work is to be
        undertaken on a Sunday or Public Holiday.

10.     Adequate precautions, are to be taken to ensure dust does not cause
        annoyance to adjacent sites or dwellings during construction on the site,
        including through use of the access road. This may mean the cessation of
        work during periods of adverse climatic conditions, if directed by Council.

11.     During construction, sediment and erosion control is to be undertaken where
        applicable, in accordance with the ‘Stormwater Management Planning
        Scheme Policy’ and the ‘Development Works Planning Scheme Policy’.

ALTERATION/DAMAGE TO SERVICES & UTILITIES

12.     Alterations to public utilities, mains and services made necessary in
        connection with any of the works arising from this approval including works to
        restore and reinstate all roads are to be completed at no cost to Council.

                                     End of Schedule 1




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                                     Schedule 2
                             Assessment Manager’s Advices

     Development Permit for Code Assessable Material Change of
             Use - Telecommunication Facility (Major)

 Council Reference:                     322.2009.27370.1
 Development Permit Date:               10 June 2010
 Applicant:                             Telstra Corporation Pty Ltd
 Property Owner:                        C T Nedwich & C S Nedwich
 Real Property Description:             Lot: 38 SP: 109995, County Cook, Parish
                                        Barns
 Location:                              568 Coonarr Road, Kinkuna
 Approved Use:                          Telecommunication Facility
 Planning Scheme:                       Burnett Shire 2006
 Land Designation:                      Rural

Development Advice

LEGAL ADVICE

A)      The applicants be advised they have twenty (20) business days after the day
        the decision notice is given to the applicant to appeal against the conditions of
        approval, in accordance with Section 4.1.27 of the Integrated Planning Act
        1997 .

B)      The applicant be supplied with a copy of Section 4.1.27 of the said Act.

C)      This Decision Notice does not represent an approval to commence Building
        Works.

D)      The proposed siting of the proposed structure has not been assessed against
        the requirements of the Building Act 1975 .


                                     End of Schedule 2

 The Motion was then put - and carried unanimously.




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 Number:                           File Number:                           Part:
                                                                          N - DEVELOPMENT
 5                                 321.2008.21940.1
                                                                          APPLICATION

Title: Development Application for Reconfiguring a Lot – Code
Assessment – Boundary Realignment
Applicant:                               Sommerfeld Jensen Campbell Pty Ltd


Owner:                                   D N Grotherr
Location:                                Cnr 260 Telegraph & 56 Ashfield Road KALKIE
Proposed Use:                            Development Application for Reconfiguring a Lot – Code Assessment –
                                         Boundary Realignment
Further Development Permits:
Concurrence Agency:
Advice Agency:
Date of Receipt:
Real Property Description:               Lot: 2 RP: 65111, Lot: 1 RP: 65111, County Cook,
                                         Parish Kalkie
Area:                                    Lot 1: 316 square metres
                                           Lot 2: 20.4084 hectares
Number of Lots
Town Planning Zone:                      Non-urban (Local Area 6)
Superseded Town Planning Zone:           Planning Scheme for Bundaberg City
Strategic Plan Designation:
Development Control Plan:
Advertised:
Notice of Compliance:
Objections:

Resolution:

The Chairman advised that due to the legal nature of this matter it will be
necessary for this item to be referred to an Ordinary Meeting of Council for
consideration.




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 Number:                           File Number:                           Part:
                                                                          N - DEVELOPMENT
 6                                 326.2010.94.1
                                                                          APPLICATION

Title: Unlawful Tree Removal Business Contractors Yard
Applicant:                               Andrew & Darren's Tree Service


Owner:                                   N M Rowland & J W Gaffield
Location:                                12 Bingera Street, Bundaberg West
Proposed Use:                            Unlawful Tree Removal Business Contractors Yard
Further Development Permits:
Concurrence Agency:
Advice Agency:
Date of Receipt:
Real Property Description:               Lot 39 on B15810, County Cook, Parish
                                         Bundaberg
                                                2
Area:                                    1,012m
Number of Lots
Town Planning Zone:                      Residential "B" (Local Area 4)
Superseded Town Planning Zone:           Planning Scheme for Bundaberg City
Strategic Plan Designation:
Development Control Plan:
Advertised:
Notice of Compliance:
Objections:

Resolution:

The Chairman advised that he was an adjoining property owner of one of the
properties mentioned in this report; and whilst he had no Material Personal
Interest, he felt that he would have a Conflict of Interest and would leave the
Committee Room during consideration of this item.

The Chairman requested Cr Ricciardi to chair the Meeting in his absence.

At the request of the Acting Chairman, the Senior Planner (City & Hinterland)
addressed the meeting on the report.

Following discussion thereto - Cr Barnes moved, seconded by Cr Honor:-

That this item be referred to the next Ordinary Meeting of Council for
consideration.

The Motion was then put - and carried unanimously.




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  Number:                           File Number:       Part:

  1                                                    R - MEETING CLOSE

Subject:

Meeting Close

Associated Organization/Person:




Resolution

There being no further business - Cr Sommerfeld declared the meeting closed at
9.24 am.


Confirmed this Twenty-fourth day of June 2010.




___________________________________________
CHAIRMAN




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