BRIEFING PAPERS

FOR ELECTED MEMBERS’

BRIEFING SESSION

 

Draft Only

 

 

 

 

 

to be held at

the Civic Centre, Dundebar Road, Wanneroo

on Tuesday 15 April, 2003, commencing at 4.00pm.


PROCEDURE FOR FULL COUNCIL BRIEFING

 

PRINCIPLES

 

The full council briefing which occurs a week prior to the Council meeting provides an opportunity for elected members to ask questions and clarify issues relevant to the specific agenda items before council.  The briefing is not a decision-making forum and the Council has no power to make decisions.  The briefing session will not be used, except in an emergency, as a venue or forum through which to invoke the requirements of the Local Government Act 1995 and call a special meeting of council.

 

In order to ensure full transparency the meetings will be open to the public to observe the process.  Where matters are of a confidential nature, they will be deferred to the conclusion of the briefing and at that point the briefing session closed to the public.  The reports provided are the officers’ professional opinions.  While it is acknowledged that members may raise issues that have not been considered in the formulation of the report and recommendation, it is a basic principle that as part of the briefing sessions elected members cannot direct officers to change their reports or recommendations.

 

PROCESS

 

The briefing session will commence at 6.00 pm every third Tuesday.  It will be chaired by the Mayor or in his/her absence the deputy mayor.  In the absence of both, councillors will elect a chairperson from amongst those present.  In general, Standing Orders will apply, EXCEPT THAT members may speak more than once on any item, there is no moving or seconding items, officers will address the members and the order of business will be as follows:-

 

Members of the public present may observe the process and there is an opportunity at the conclusion of the briefing for a public question time where members may ask questions (no statements) relating only to the business on the agenda.

 

Ø  Attendance and Apologies

Ø  Declarations of Interest

Ø  Reports for discussion

Ø  Tabled Items

Ø  Public Question Time

Ø  Closure

 

Where an interest is involved in relation to an item, the same procedure which applies to Full Council meetings will apply.  It is a breach of the City’s Code of Conduct for an interest to not be declared.  The briefing will consider items on the agenda only and proceed to deal with each item as they appear.  The process will be for the mayor to call each item number in sequence and ask for questions.  Where there are no questions regarding the item, the briefing will proceed to the next item.

 

AGENDA CONTENTS

 

While every endeavour is made to ensure that all items to be presented to Council at the formal council meeting are included in the briefing papers, it should be noted that there will be occasions when, due to necessity, items will not be ready in time for the briefing session and will go straight to the Full Council agenda as a matter for decision.  Further, there will be occasions when items are TABLED at the briefing rather than the full report being provided in advance.  In these instances, staff will endeavour to include the item on the agenda as a late item, noting that a report will be tabled at the agenda briefing session.

 

AGENDA DISTRIBUTION

 

The briefing agenda will be distributed to elected members on the FRIDAY prior to the briefing session.  Copies will be made available to the libraries and the Internet for interested members of the public.  Spare briefing papers will be available at the briefing session for interested members of the public.

 

DEPUTATIONS

 

Deputations will generally not be heard prior to the agenda briefing session. These will be reserved for either the Policy forum sessions held the week following the Full Council meeting or as is currently the case, prior to the Full Council meeting.

 

RECORD OF BRIEFING

 

The formal record of the briefing session will be limited to notes regarding any agreed action to be taken by staff or elected members.  No recommendations will be included and the notes will be retained for reference and not generally distributed to elected members or the public except on request. 

 

LOCATION

 

The briefing session will take place in the Council Chamber in the new Civic Centre.


Recording of Council Meetings Policy

Objective

·           To ensure that there is a process in place to outline access to the recorded proceedings of Council.

·           To emphasise that the reason for tape recording of Council Meetings is to ensure the accuracy of Council Meetings.

Statement

Recording of Proceedings

(1)          Proceedings for meetings of the Council, of electors and of the Audit Committee shall be recorded, by the City, on sound recording equipment except, in the case of meetings of the Council or the Audit Committee, where the Council or the Committee, as the case may be, closes the meeting to the public.

(2)          Notwithstanding sub clause (1), proceedings of a meeting of the Council or of the Audit Committee which is closed to the public shall be recorded where the Council or the Audit Committee, as the case requires, resolves to do so.

(3)          No member of the public is to use any electronic, visual or vocal recording device or instrument to record the proceedings of the Council or a committee without the written permission of the Council.

Access to Recorded Tapes

(4)          Members of the public may purchase a copy of the taped proceedings or alternatively listen to recorded proceedings with the supervision of a City Officer.

(5)          Elected Members may listen to a recording of the Council proceedings upon request, free of charge.  However, no transcript will be produced without the approval of the Chief Executive Officer.

(6)          Costs of providing taped proceedings to members of the public will be the cost of the tape plus staff time to make the copy of the proceedings.  The cost of supervised listening to recordings will be the cost of the staff time.  The cost of staff time will be set in the City’s schedule of fees and charges each year.

Retention of Tapes

(7)          Recordings pertaining to the proceedings of Council Meetings shall be retained in accordance with the Library Board of Western Australia Act (1951-83), General Disposal Authority for Local Government Records.  The current requirement for the retention of recorded proceedings is thirty (30) years.

Disclosure of Policy

(8)          This policy shall be printed within the agenda of all Council, Special Council, Electors and Special Electors and the Audit Committee meetings to advise the public that the proceedings of the meeting are recorded.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Briefing Papers for 15 April, 2003

 

 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

Item  1     Attendance.. 1

Item  2     Apologies and Leave of Absence.. 1

Item  3     Reports. 1

Planning and Development  1

Town Planning Schemes and Structure Plans  1

1.         Adoption Of Amendment No 22 To District Planning Scheme No 2 To Introduce Provisions For The Parking Of Commercial Vehicles In Rural Zones  1

2.         Lifting Of The Urban Deferred Zoning Under The Metropolitan Region Scheme - Lots 2 To 4 Pinjar Road, Sinagra  10

3.         Proposed Amendment No 28 To District Planning Scheme No 2 To Implement Various Zonings Resulting From Finalisation Of Metropolitan Region Scheme Amendment No 1037/33 – North West Districts Omnibus No.5  15

Development Applications  25

4.         Proposed Business Centre – Lot 700 (32) Balgonie Avenue, Girrawheen  25

Delegated Authority Reports  37

5.         Development Applications Determined By Delegated Authority For The Month Of March 2003  37

6.         Subdivision Applications Dealt With Under Delegated Authority During March 2003  55

7.         Delegation Of Power For Operational Functions Under Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1960  62

Other Matters  64

8.         Petition To Change The Locality Name Of Butler To Brighton  64

9.         Bi-Annual Report On Subdivision, Planning And Building Applications – October 2002 To March 2003  67

Technical Services  7

Tenders  7

10.       Tender No 03292 - The Construction Of The Kingsway Sporting Complex, Netball Toilet Block  7

11.       Tender No 03294 - The Construction Of Ten Bus Shelters At Various Location Within The City Of Wanneroo As Part Of The Bus Shelter Grants Scheme  14

Infrastructure  21

12.       Metropolitan Regional Road Program 2004/2005 To 2008/2009  21

13.       Infrastructure Asset Management - Proposed Annual Road Resealing Program   27

14.       Pt04-03/03 - Median Trees, Highclere Boulevard, Marangaroo  34

15.       Pt09-02/03 - Landscaping Of The Sinagra Heights Estate Verge, Dundebar Road, Sinagra  44

16.       Public Accessway Upgrading  49

17.       Yellagonga Regional Park - Stormwater Drainage Conceptual Design Upgrade Investigation  61

Funding and Budget  68

18.       Hainsworth Leisure Centre Redevelopment - New Fire Service System - Budget Variation  68

Other Matters  72

19.       Perth Biodiversity Project – ‘Bushlinks’ Application - Round Two Funding  72

Corporate Services  77

Finance  77

20.       Finance Report For The Month Ended 31 March 2003  136

21.       Waive Outstanding Rates - 56 Amos Road, Wanneroo  151

Community Development  155

Community Services  155

22.       Acceptance Of Funding Agreement - Sydney Road Aboriginal Playgroup  155

23.       Lease Agreement For 935 Wanneroo Road  159

Leisure & Library Services  163

24.       Public Amenity Proposal For Broadview Park  163

Ranger & Safety Services  171

25.       Applications To Keep More Than Two Dogs - Various Addresses  171

26.       Dog Act Appeals  175

27.       Ms Elizabeth Ayre - 4 Emblem Loop, Alexander Heights  175

28.       Mr Wilford - 28 Meredith Way, Koondoola  175

Social Planning  180

29.       April 2003- Requests For Donations, Waivers Of Fees And Charges And Sponsorships  180

30.       Carramar Community Facility And Active Open Space Feasibility Study  8

Chief Executive Office  21

Mayor and Elected Members  21

31.       Bereavement Recognition Policy  21

General  25

32.       City Of Wanneroo Population Projections  25

33.       Towards A Smart Growth Strategy  28

Item  4     To be tabled at the briefing.. 33

Item  5     Public Question Time.. 33

Item  6     Date of Next Meeting.. 33

The next Ordinary Councillors Briefing Session has been scheduled for 6.00pm on Tuesday, 22 April 2003, to be held at the Civic Centre, Dundebar Road, Wanneroo. 33

Item  7     Closure.. 33

 

 


 

A G E N D A

Item  1     Attendance

Item  2     Apologies and Leave of Absence

Item  3     Reports

Planning and Development

Town Planning Schemes and Structure Plans

1.                 Adoption Of Amendment No 22 To District Planning Scheme No 2 To Introduce Provisions For The Parking Of Commercial Vehicles In Rural Zones

File Ref:                                              TPS/0022

File Name: BAClose of Advertising  Amendment No 22 to District Planning Scheme No 2  Provisions for Parking of Commercial

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Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Author:  Ian Bignell

Meeting Date:  29 April 2003

Attachments:  1

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Issue

To consider the public submissions and adoption of Amendment No 22 to District Planning Scheme No.2 (DPS2).

Background

Council, at its meeting on 17 December 2002 (refer Item PD04-12/02), resolved to prepare Amendment No 22.  The purpose of the Amendment is to introduce provisions relating to the parking of commercial vehicles in the General Rural, Rural Resource, Rural Community and Special Rural zones (collectively referred to as the rural zones).

 

There are currently no formal controls over such parking in DPS2.  Clause 4.23, which relates to commercial vehicle parking in urban zones, has however been used as a guideline in such circumstances.  A copy of the existing clause 4.23 is included as Attachment 1.

 

It should be emphasised that it is not the purpose of the Amendment to place restrictions on commercial vehicle parking associated with a use that has been approved by Council or is otherwise lawfully being undertaken on a site.  The intent, consistent with the approach taken for the urban areas, is to introduce provisions over commercial vehicle parking where such commercial vehicles are not associated with the use of the land.

 

The provisions therefore restrict third party vehicle parking and parking on vacant rural land so as to not facilitate the establishment of de facto transport depot uses.  Such a use is separately provided for under DPS2.  Notwithstanding, given the larger lot sizes involved, a more liberal approach than that taken in urban areas has been taken with respect to the number and size of vehicles permitted, hours of operation and other controls.

Detail

The Environmental Protection Authority advised the City on 28 January 2003 that the Amendment did not warrant an environmental assessment, thereby allowing the amendment to be advertised.

Consultation

The Amendment was advertised for public comment for a period of 42 days, concluding on 24 March 2003.  Advertising was undertaken by way of an advertisement in the Wanneroo Times newspaper, the preparation of a summary leaflet which was made available for interested members of the public at the City’s Administration Centre, libraries and at Healy’s Store in Nowergup.  Individual letters were also sent to relevant industry and resident association groups covering the rural areas.  No submissions were received.

 

The above formal advertising represented the second stage of consultation on this Amendment.  The first stage involved consultation with the key stakeholders from relevant industry and resident associations.  Feedback was received from TransAG (Transport Action Group, representing local road transport operators) and the Wanneroo Residents and Ratepayers Association on the general direction of the proposed provisions, and both groups were generally supportive.

 

The City’s Consultation Review Panel endorsed the overall consultation strategy.

Comment

The Amendment seeks to strike an appropriate balance between amenity considerations and the legitimate needs of commercial vehicle operators to park their vehicles.  The provisions provide for a more liberal approach than has been allowed in the past, so long as certain amenity and environmental conditions are satisfied.  From the consultation undertaken there appears to be community support to the approach taken.

 

Administration has reviewed the amendment provisions during the advertising period and consider that a minor modification should be made to proposed sub clause 4.23.1 to more clearly point out that the provisions are not intended to apply to commercial vehicle parking which is incidental to, or in association with an approved land use, such as market gardening or vegetable packing operations.  The advertised version of the sub clause 4.23.1 read as follows:

 

“4.23.1       Parking of commercial vehicles in the Residential, Mixed Use, Business, Urban Development, Centre, Marina, Commercial, Special Residential, Special Rural, Rural Community, General Rural and Rural Resource Zones shall not be permitted except in accordance with the provisions set out in the following paragraphs of this clause.”

 

To address this issue, it is proposed to add the following sentence to the end of this subclause:

 

“The provisions of clause 4.23 do not apply when the commercial vehicle parking is in association with or incidental to a commercial use that has been approved by the Council or is otherwise lawfully being undertaken on the land.”

 

Verbal advice from the Department for Planning and Infrastructure indicates that this modification is not substantive and therefore there should not be a requirement for readvertising the Amendment.

 

On the basis that no submissions were received, it is recommended that Council now adopt the modified Amendment.

Statutory Compliance

This Amendment has been processed in accordance with the requirements of the Town Planning Regulations.

Strategic Implications

This Amendment is consistent with the Environmental Sustainability, Healthy Communities and Economic Development goals of the City’s Strategic Plan.  These goals seek to protect and enhance our natural environment, promote the provision of quality services and infrastructure and maximise opportunities for the balanced economic growth of the City.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority.

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Recommendation

That Council:

1.       MODIFIES Amendment No 22 to the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No 2, by adding the following sentence to the end of sub clause 4.23.1:

The provisions of clause 4.23 do not apply when the commercial vehicle parking is in association with or incidental to a commercial use that has been approved by the Council or is otherwise lawfully being undertaken on the land.

2.       Pursuant to Town Planning Regulation 17(2) ADOPTS the modified form of Amendment No 22 to District Planning Scheme No 2, which seeks to amend sub clauses 4.23.1 to 4.23.3 and 4.23.6 to read:

4.23       COMMERCIAL VEHICLE PARKING

 

4.23.1    Parking of commercial vehicles in the Residential, Mixed Use, Business, Urban Development, Centre, Marina, Commercial, Special Residential, Special Rural, Rural Community, General Rural and Rural Resource Zones shall not be permitted except in accordance with the provisions set out in the following paragraphs of this clause.  The provisions of clause 4.23 do not apply when the commercial vehicle parking is in association with or incidental to a commercial use that has been approved by the Council or is otherwise lawfully being undertaken on the land.

4.23.2    A person shall not park, or permit to be parked, more than one commercial vehicle on any lot in the zones referred to in this clause except in the Special Rural, Rural Community, General Rural and Rural Resource Zones, where the following provisions shall apply in respect to the parking of more than one commercial vehicle on any lot in those zones:

(a)     Upon application for planning approval Council may permit up to two commercial vehicles to be parked on a lot in the Special Rural and Rural Community zones, or on a lot of two hectares or less in the General Rural and Rural Resource zones;

(b)     Upon application for planning approval Council may permit up to four commercial vehicles to be parked on a lot larger than two hectares in the General Rural and Rural Resource zones.

4.23.3    A person may only park a commercial vehicle on a lot in the zones referred to in this clause if:

(a)     the lot on which the vehicle is parked contains only a single house (including any associated outbuildings) provided that Council may permit the parking of such vehicle on a lot which contains grouped dwellings if it is of the opinion that this will not adversely affect the amenity of the grouped dwelling development or the surrounding area;

(b)     in the case of a lot in the Residential, Mixed Use, Business, Urban Development, Centre, Marina and Commercial zones the vehicle is parked entirely on the subject lot and is located on a hard standing area which is located behind the front of the dwelling, or alternatively the vehicle is parked within a garage.  In the case a lot in the Special Rural, Rural Community, General Rural and Rural Resource Zones, the vehicle(s) shall not be readily visible from beyond the property boundaries and shall be located within the building envelope (if applicable) and behind the building setbacks, with adequate screening or alternatively parked within a garage;

(c)     the vehicle is used as an essential part of the lawful occupation of an occupant of the dwelling.  The foregoing requirement of this item shall not be satisfied in any case unless the owner of the vehicle or an occupier of the dwelling within seven days of the Council making a request, supplies to the Council full information as to the name and occupation of the person said to be using the vehicle.  The request for that information is made for the purpose of this item by posting the request to the address of the owner of the vehicle shown on the vehicle registration, or by posting the request to or leaving it at the dwelling addressed in general way to the occupier.  The parking of the vehicle on the lot does not authorise the conduct on that lot of the occupation of the vehicle user;

(d)     the vehicle does not exceed 3 metres in height (including the load), 2.5 metres in width, or 8 metres in length, except in the case of a lot in the Special Rural, Rural Community, General Rural and Rural Resource Zones where the height and width are not controlled but the maximum vehicle combination length shall not exceed 19 metres;

(e)     the vehicle is not started or manoeuvred on site between the hours of 10.00 pm and 6.00 am the next following day;

(f)      while on the lot, the vehicle’s motor is not left running while the vehicle is unattended or in any event for any period in excess of five minutes;

(g)     storage of liquid fuels on the lot complies with the Explosive and Dangerous Goods Act, 1961;

(h)     the vehicle is not used or designed for use for the transportation of livestock or the transportation or disposal of liquid or solid wastes or other use so as to cause nuisance or pollution as defined in the Health Act 1911 and/or the Environmental Protection Act 1986;

(i)      the vehicle is not carrying a refrigeration unit which is operating on a continuous or intermittent basis;

(j)      while on the lot, there is no transfer of goods or passengers from one vehicle to another vehicle, unloading or loading of the vehicle, or storage of goods associated with the use of the vehicle;

(k)     the vehicle is not used or operated as a tow truck or other emergency vehicle, between the hours of 10.00 pm to 6.00 am in a manner that adversely affects the residential amenity of the area;

(l)      the parking and manoeuvring of the vehicle shall not cause damage or removal to existing vegetation on the lot.

4.23.6    The Council may in writing approve a variation to any of the requirements of subclause 4.23.3 (b), (d) and (l) provided the Council is satisfied in the circumstances that the variation will not adversely affect the amenity of the area surrounding the subject land.  Surrounding landowners and occupants may be invited to comment on the proposed variation.

3.       Pursuant to Town Planning Regulations 22 and 25 (a) (g), AUTHORISES the affixing of the common seal to, and ENDORSES the signing of the Amendment documentation.

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EXCERPT OF DPS2 TEXT: Clause 4.23

 

4.23     Commercial Vehicle Parking

 

4.23.1  Parking of commercial vehicles in the Residential, Mixed Use, Business, Urban Development, Centre, Marina, Commercial and Special Residential Zones shall not be permitted except in accordance with the provisions set out in the following paragraphs of this clause.

 

4.23.2  A person shall not park, or permit to be parked, more than one commercial vehicle on any lot in the zones referred to in this clause.

 

4.23.3  A person may only park a commercial vehicle on any lot in the zones referred to in this clause if:

 

(a)        the lot on which the vehicle is parked contains only a single house (including any associated outbuildings) provided that Council may permit the parking of such vehicle on a lot which contains grouped dwellings if it is of the opinion that this will not adversely affect the amenity of the grouped dwelling development or the surrounding area;

 

(b)        the vehicle is parked entirely on the subject lot and is located on a hard standing area which is located behind the front of the dwelling, or alternatively the vehicle is parked within a garage;

 

(c)        the vehicle is used as an essential part of the lawful occupation of an occupant of the dwelling.  The foregoing requirement of this item shall not be satisfied in any case unless the owner of the vehicle or an occupier of the dwelling within seven days of the Council making a request, supplies to the Council full information as to the name and occupation of the person said to be using the vehicle.  The request for that information is made for the purpose of this item by posting the request to the address of the owner of the vehicle shown on the vehicle registration, or by posting the request to or leaving it at the dwelling addressed in general way to the occupier.  The parking of the vehicle on the lot does not authorise the conduct on that lot of the occupation of the vehicle user;

 

(d)       the vehicle does not exceed 3 metres in height (including the load), 2.5 metres in width, or 8 metres in length;


 

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(e)        the vehicle is not started or manoeuvred on site between the hours of 10.00 pm and 6.00 am the next following day;

 

(f)        while on the lot, the vehicle’s motor is not left running while the vehicle is unattended or in any event for any period in excess of five minutes;

 

(g)        storage of liquid fuels on the lot complies with the Explosive and Dangerous Goods Act, 1961;

 

(h)        the vehicle is not used or designed for use for the transportation of livestock or the transportation or disposal of liquid or solid wastes or other use so as to cause nuisance or pollution as defined in the Health Act 1911 and/or the Environmental Protection Act 1986;

 

(i)         the vehicle is not carrying a refrigeration unit which is operating on a continuous or intermittent basis;

 

(j)         while on the lot, there is no transfer of goods or passengers from one vehicle to another vehicle, unloading or loading of the vehicle, or storage of goods associated with the use of the vehicle;

 

(k)        the vehicle is not used or operated as a tow truck or other emergency vehicle, between the hours of 10.00 pm to 6.00 am in a manner that adversely affects the residential amenity of the area.

 

4.23.4  Where a noise complaint is substantiated in accordance with the relevant Regulations made pursuant to the Environmental Protection Act 1986, the hours of operation shall be restricted to 7.00 am – 9.00 pm Monday to Saturday and 9.30 am – 9.00 pm Sundays and Public Holidays.

 

Any restrictions imposed on the hours of operation shall not limit further application of the relevant Regulations made pursuant to the Environmental Protection Act 1986.

 

4.23.5  Only minor servicing, including minor mechanical repairs and adjustments, and/or cleaning that generates easily contained liquid waste is carried out on the lot.  Liquid waste shall be as defined in the Health (Liquid Waste) Regulations 1993 and shall be disposed of in accordance with the same.

 

All cleaning and servicing shall be conducted behind the front of the dwelling.


 

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4.23.6  The Council may in writing approve a variation to any of the requirements of subclause 4.23.3 (b) and (d) provided the Council is satisfied in the circumstances that the variation will not adversely affect the amenity of the area surrounding the subject land.  Surrounding landowners and occupants may be invited to comment on the proposed variation.

 

4.23.7  An approval of the Council granted under subclause 4.23.6 is personal to the person to whom it is granted, is not capable of being transferred or assigned to any other person, and does not run with the land in respect of which it is granted.

 

4.23.8  A vehicle shall be considered to be parked on a lot for the purpose of this clause if it remains on that lot for more than one hour in aggregate over any period of 24 hours unless the vehicle is being used bona fide in connection with ongoing construction work legally being carried out on the lot, the burden of proving which shall lie upon the person asserting it.

 

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2.                 Lifting Of The Urban Deferred Zoning Under The Metropolitan Region Scheme - Lots 2 To 4 Pinjar Road, Sinagra

File Ref:                                              SD120768V01

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Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Author:   T P Dawson

Meeting Date:   29 April 2003

Attachments:                                       1

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Issue

To consider the proposed lifting of the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS) Urban Deferred zoning from Lots 2 to 4 Pinjar Road, Sinagra and transferring these lots to the Urban zone.

 

Applicant

John Chapman Town Planning Consultant

Owners

M Bonannella, RA, YE & LM Piscicelli, T & T Narducci, GR & RG Marsala

Location

Lots 2 to 4 Pinjar Road, Sinagra

Site Area

11.2628 hectares

DPS 2 Zoning

Urban Development

MRS Zoning

Urban Deferred

Background

John Chapman Town Planning Consultant has requested the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) consider a proposal to lift the Urban Deferred zoning in respect of Lots 2 to 4 Pinjar Road, Sinagra to enable his clients to commence residential development.

 

The subject lots are situated within East Wanneroo Cell 2.  The location of the lots in relation to the draft structure plan for this area is shown on Attachment 1.  The majority of East Wanneroo Cell 2 is currently included within the Urban Deferred zone under the MRS.   Council may recall however, at its meeting on 5 February 2002 (Item PD01-02/02), it resolved to support the lifting of the Urban Deferred zoning over the lots situated to the immediate south of the subject land.  The location of these lots is highlighted on Attachment 1.

Detail

The applicant has provided the following justification for the proposal.

 

·         Planning is sufficiently advanced to ensure acceptable urban development.

·         The land is adjacent to land that is currently being subdivided or has been approved for subdivision in both East Wanneroo Cells 1 and 2.

·         The land can be easily serviced.

·         There are no known environmental constraints.

Consultation

There is no provision in the MRS for community consultation when considering a proposal to lift an Urban Deferred zoning.  It should however be noted that the urbanisation of this area has been extensively advertised in association with the zoning of the land to Urban Deferred under the MRS, the zoning of the land to Urban Development under the City’s District Planning Scheme No. 2 and through the preparation of the structure plan for the area.

Comment

The following five criteria are included in the WAPC guidelines for the lifting of Urban Deferred zones:

 

1.       The land should be capable of being provided with essential services and agreement reached between the developers and service providers with regard to the staging and financing of services.

 

2.       Planning should be sufficiently advanced to depict an acceptable overall design to guide future development.

 

3.       The proposed urban development should represent a logical progression of development.

 

4.       Regional requirements (such as regional roads, open space and public purposes) should have been satisfied or provision made for them.

 

5.       Any constraints to urban development should be satisfactorily addressed.

 

Comments on each of these criteria are set out below:

 

1.       Essential Services

 

The applicant has advised that Cell 2 is situated adjacent to the established Wanneroo townsite and consequently all required utility services are available by either extension or augmentation as the adjoining land develops.  It is noted that land located to the west of the subject land, situated within East Wanneroo Cell 1, is currently being subdivided.

 

The applicant indicates that the Water Corporation would require a temporary sewer pump station and rising main, which would be connected to the pump station which is soon to be built within the south-western corner of Cell 1.  The Water Corporation would also require the installation of a 375 mm diameter water main along Pinjar Road to link with the existing main in Wanneroo Road.

 

The applicant’s investigations with Western Power, Alinta Gas and Telstra indicate that power, gas and telecommunication services located along Wanneroo Road have the capacity to be extended into the subject land.

 

2.       Overall Design Development

 

The East Wanneroo Cell 2 Local Structure Plan was adopted by Council in September 1999.  The WAPC has since also adopted the structure plan, subject to several modifications.  Administration is currently assessing the requested modifications and a report on this matter will be forwarded to Council in the near future.  The modifications do not significantly affect the subject land and the City therefore supported a subdivision application in respect to the subject lots in January 2003.

 

3.       Logical Progression of Development

 

Benara Nursery and Ingham Enterprises currently occupy much of the land between the Wanneroo Townsite and these uses are not likely to relocate for many years.  The land to the west of the subject site, situated within East Wanneroo Cell 1, is however currently being subdivided and the land immediately to the south of the subject site, adjacent to the intersection of Pinjar Road and Vincent Road, has recently received subdivision approval.  Under these circumstances, the development of the subject land is considered to be a logical progression of development.

 

4.       Regional Requirements

 

Arrangements are in place through the East Wanneroo Planning and Developer Contributions provisions in part 10 of DPS2 for the landowner to provide an infrastructure contribution toward the funding of regional roads and public open space to service the East Wanneroo Cell 2.  Under these provisions the landowner is required to provide the contribution when the land is subdivided or developed.

 

5.       Constraints

 

The applicant has advised that the whole of the subject land has been cleared and is used for a variety of horticultural uses, including a long established vineyard.  No remnant vegetation remains on the subject land.

 

As the site has been used for market gardening, the City should seek a condition as part of the subdivision approval of the land requiring the developer to prepare a site remediation and validation report and to undertake any necessary remediation works.

 

The subject land is located well outside the 500-metre poultry farm buffer which is associated with the Inghams Enterprises site.

 

In view of the above, it is considered appropriate that Council support the proposal to lift the Urban Deferred zoning.

Statutory Compliance

Under the provisions of Clause 27 of the MRS, the WAPC has the authority to lift the Urban Deferred zoning through a resolution.

Strategic Implications

Support for the proposal will be consistent with the Healthy Communities Goal of the City’s Strategic Plan, which seeks to promote lifestyle choices and the provision of quality services and infrastructure.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority.

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Recommendation

That Council ADVISES the Western Australian Planning Commission that it SUPPORTS the proposed lifting of the Metropolitan Region Scheme Urban Deferred zoning from Lots 2 to 4 Pinjar Road, Sinagra and transferring these lots to the Urban Zone.

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3.                 Proposed Amendment No 28 To District Planning Scheme No 2 To Implement Various Zonings Resulting From Finalisation Of Metropolitan Region Scheme Amendment No 1037/33 – North West Districts Omnibus No.5

File Ref:                                              TPS/0028V01

File Name: BATown Planning Scheme Amendment No 28   Implementation of Various Zonings resulting from the Finalisation of

Level 3 Approval by shb Date 14 April 2003

Level 2 Approval by ch Date 10 April 2003

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Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Meeting Date:   8 April 2003

Attachments                                        1

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Issue

To consider initiating an amendment to District Planning Scheme No 2 to reflect the various re-zonings contained in the recently finalised North West Districts Omnibus (No.5) Amendment to the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS Amendment).

Background

This MRS Amendment was the fifth major omnibus amendment prepared by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) to update the MRS.  The purpose of the amendment was to incorporate changes to the zones and reservations arising from both Government and landowner proposals to maintain the currency of the MRS as the statutory region plan for Perth.

 

The WAPC released the MRS Amendment for public comment in December 2002.  Thirteen of the thirty amendment proposals contained within the Amendment affected land within the City of Wanneroo.  Council considered the Amendment at its meeting on 19 March 2002 (Item PD13-03/02) and details of each of the proposals is contained in that report.  Council resolved to support the various proposals subject to:

 

1.       In respect to Proposal 7 (which sought to transfer a Water Corporation site located on Orchid Road, Neerabup, from the Public Purposes reserve to the Industrial zone), it being noted that Council’s support is on the basis that the proposal enables a making-up of the loss of future industrial land arising from the Bush Forever proposals affecting the proposed Neerabup Industrial Area and that its support should not be construed as supporting any possible land exchange in relation to the Bush Forever-related negotiations which are to be undertaken in the course of preparation of the Neerabup Industrial Area Structure Plan and its attendant implementation mechanisms.

2.       Proposal 10 relating to the rezoning of Mariginiup townsite from Rural to Urban, being deleted from the Amendment, having regard for the clear desire of the vast majority of the residents concerned to retain this area as rural, with its associated use permissibility arrangements, and their acceptance of the impacts which may be associated with rural uses.

3.       Proposal 23 (which sought to rezone Lot 6 on the corner of Gnangara Road and Sydney Road, Wangara from the Rural to Industrial zone) being modified to include the reservation of Lot 6 as Other Regional Roads Reservation in accordance with the City’s current land requirement plans and road design for Gnangara Road and Mirrabooka Avenue.

 

Council also resolved to advise the State Government that it noted that proposal 4 sought to replace an existing Parks and Recreation reserve immediately north of the Two Rocks marina by Waterways reservation and that this represented an acknowledgement of the coastal erosion which is occurring and Council therefore sought a commitment from the State Government to acknowledge its responsibility to properly address all coastal erosion problems at this location.

 

The WAPC noted the City’s comments made in relation to Proposal 7, upheld the City’s submission in respect to Proposal 10 and dismissed the City’s comments made in relation to Proposal 4 and 23.  All other proposals relating to the City of Wanneroo were proceeded with as advertised.  The Amendment was gazetted on 14 January 2003.

Detail

Section 35A of the Metropolitan Region Town Planning Scheme Act (1959) provides that where the MRS is amended the relevant local government shall, within three months of the MRS Amendment taking effect, resolve to prepare an amendment to its town planning scheme, which is in accordance with and consistent with the amended MRS.  The City is therefore required to initiate the necessary amendments to its DPS2 to reflect the amendments of the MRS.

 

Amendments to DPS No.2 to reflect new MRS regional reserves are not necessary as DPS2 was automatically amended to reflect the new reserves pursuant to Clause 35A (1) of the Act. This applies to nine of the proposals, these being:

 

·                MRS Proposal 1 – Transfer of a portion of Swan Location 8011 from Rural zone to the Public Purposes (Commonwealth Government) reservation.

·                MRS Proposal 3 – Rationalisation of reservations for Yanchep superlots 203, 204 and 205 to adjust the boundaries between the Urban Deferred zone and the Parks and Recreation reservation.

·                MRS Proposal 4 – Transfer of the Two Rocks Marina from the Waterways reservation and Urban zone to the Parks and Recreation reservation.

·                MRS Proposal 5 - Transfer of Lots 266 and 297 Ocean Drive, Quinns Rocks from the Urban Zone to Parks and Recreation reservation.

·                MRS Proposal 6 – Transfer of a portion of Crown Reserve 35890 Long Beach Promenade, Mindarie from the Urban zone to the Parks and Recreation reservation.

·                MRS Proposal 8 – Transfer of Lot 642 Golf Links Drive, Carramar from the Urban Zone to the Parks and Recreation reservation.

·                MRS Proposal 11 – Transfer of a portion of Crown Reserve 39895 Honey Road, Mariginiup from the Rural zone to the Parks and Recreation reservation.

·                MRS Proposal 19 – Rationalisation of the Other Regional Roads reservation at the intersection of Hepburn Avenue and The Avenue, Alexander Heights.

·                MRS Proposal 20 – Transfer of Lot 820 Hepburn Avenue, Darch from the Urban zone to the Public Purpose (State Energy Commission) Reservation.

 

The remaining four proposals will require amendment to the DPS2 Maps to reflect the following:

 

·                MRS Proposal 2: Rezone a portion of the road reserve of Old Yanchep Road in Carabooda, in accordance with Attachment 1, from Parks and Recreation and State Forest reservations to Rural Resource.

·                MRS Proposal 5: Rezone a portion of the Parks and Recreation reservation for the Quinns Rocks Foreshore in accordance with Attachment 2, to Residential, R20.

·                MRS Proposal 7: Rezone portions of the Orchid Road road reserve, Pt Lot 4 Mather Drive and Pt Lot 2692 Orchid Road in Neerabup, in accordance with Attachment 3, from the Public Purposes (Water Authority of WA) reservation to Industrial Development.

·                MRS Proposal 23: Rezone Lot 6 corner Gnangara and Sydney Roads, Wangara in accordance with Attachment 4, from General Rural to General Industrial.

 

In each case, the proposed zonings (and density coding) noted above reflects that of the land abutting and surrounding the subject sites.

Consultation

The Town Planning Regulations require that all Scheme Amendments undergo a process of advertising for public submissions. This normally involves advertisements in the local paper, signs placed on site, if appropriate, and notification of adjoining and nearby landowners and relevant State government agencies.

 

In this instance, the only location where an on-site sign is considered warranted is for Proposal 23, as it is conceivable that someone may wish to argue that a type of industrial zone other than General Industrial may be more appropriate for this site.  For the other cases, there is really no practical alternative to the type of zone recommended.  Department for Planning and Infrastructure officers have advised that this approach seems reasonable, however have recommended that the WAPC be formally advised on the matter.

 

The Town Planning Amendment Regulations 1999 indicate that the WAPC’s consent to advertise an amendment is not required so long as it complies with the MRS and other planning policies and strategies. In this instance, WAPC consent is not required as the amendments are to reflect those required by the finalisation of the MRS Amendment.

Comment

The four amendment proposals outlined above are required as a result of the finalisation of the MRS Amendment.  In each case, the proposed zonings and density coding) reflects that of the land abutting and surrounding the subject sites.  It is therefore recommended that Council prepares Amendment 28 to DPS2 and proceeds to advertise the amendment.

Statutory Compliance

This amendment will follow the process outlined in the Town Planning Regulations.

Strategic Implications

The amendment proposals will facilitate the provision of appropriately zoned land, which is consistent with the Healthy Communities Goal of the City’s Strategic Plan 2002-2005.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority.

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Recommendation

That Council:

1.       In pursuance of Section 7 of the Town Planning and Development Act 1928 (as amended) PREPARES Amendment 28 to the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No 2 to implement various amendments to the Scheme Maps as follows:

          a)      Rezone a portion of the road reserve of Old Yanchep Road in Carabooda, in accordance with Attachment 1, from MRS Parks and Recreation and State Forest reservations to Rural Resource.

          b)      Rezone and code a portion of the Quinns Rocks Foreshore in accordance with Attachment 2, to Residential R20.

          c)       Rezone portions of the Orchid Road road reserve, Pt Lot 4 Mather Drive and Pt Lot 2692 Orchid Road in Neerabup, in accordance with Attachment 3, from MRS Public Purposes (Water Authority of WA) reservation to Industrial Development.

          d)      Rezone Lot 6 corner Gnangara and Sydney Roads, Wangara in accordance with Attachment 4, from General Rural to General Industrial.

2.       REFERS Amendment No.28 to the City’s District Planning Scheme No.2 to the Environmental Protection Authority pursuant to Section 7A1 of the Town Planning and Development Act 1928 (as amended).

3.       SUBMITS Amendment No. 28 to the City’s District Planning Scheme No 2 to the Western Australian Planning Commission.

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Development Applications

4.                 Proposed Business Centre – Lot 700 (32) Balgonie Avenue, Girrawheen

File Ref:                                              05580

File Name: EAProposed Medical Centre  2 consultants   Convenience Store  Lunch Bar  Video Hire  Restaurant  Office   Beauty Parlo.doc

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Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Author:  Richard Bairstow

Meeting Date:  29 April 2003

Attachments:  3

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Issue

To consider an application for a business centre, 57 car parking bays and associated landscaping on the subject site.

 

Applicant

Anthony Rechichi & Associates Architects

Owner

Ausnam Endeavour Pty Ltd

Location

Lot 700 (32) Balgonie Avenue, Girrawheen

Site Area

4213m2

DPS 2 Zoning

Business

Background

A previous proposal for the subject property was considered by Council at its 19 March 2002 meeting where it was resolved that:

 

“the application be referred back to Administration to undertake further negotiations with the  applicant to seek a redesign of the plans to incorporate ‘Main Street Principles’ in relation to the Balgonie Avenue frontage and the northern boundary of the lot.

 

The amended design shall incorporate safer design strategies in relation to the Safer Citizen’s Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) principles, to the satisfaction of the City.

 

It does not support the discretionary land uses contained within the proposal which  relates specifically to the Video Hire Store, Take Away Food Outlet, and the combined Asian Food Goods Wholesaler and Bakery.”

 

The resolution of the Council was to ensure that the application reflect ‘Main Street’ principles in accordance with the Western Australian Planning Commission’s Metropolitan Centres Policy (2000) and the City’s Centres Strategy as the preferred model for new centre development. 

Detail

Proposal

The revised application proposes a Medical Centre (2 Consultants), Convenience Store, Lunch Bar, Video Hire, Restaurant (x 2), Office (x 4), Beauty Parlour, Hairdresser, Shop, 57 car parking bays and associated landscaping.

Consultation

No further consultation has been initiated for the amended plans as the design changes were in response to a specific Council requirement.  The amended design improves the functionality of the centre and is unlikely to have an impact on the local surrounding area.

Compliance

The major compliance requirements of the proposal are summarised in the table below:

 

Development Standard

Proposed

Statutory Requirement

Use Classes:

Medical Centre

Convenience Store

Lunch Bar

Video Hire

Office

Shop (Mobile Phone)

Hairdresser

Beauty Parlour

 

 

Permitted (P)

Permitted (P)

Permitted (P)

Discretionary (D)

Permitted (P)

Not Permitted (X)

Permitted (P)

Permitted (P)

Setbacks (Overall)

Front (Balgonie Avenue)

Side (Northern)

Side (Southern)

Rear (Eastern)

 

1.5m (Main street concept)

3.0m

Nil

Nil

 

6m

Nil (as per BCA)

Nil (as per BCA)

Nil (as per BCA)

Landscaping

4.7% (201m2)

8% (337m2)

Carparking

Medical Centre

Restaurants

Convenience Store

Lunch Bar

Video Hire

Office

Shop

Hairdresser

Beauty Parlour

Total bays

 

10 bays (2 consultants)

8 bays (32 patrons)

9 bays (131m2 NLA)

7 bays (100m2 NLA)

6 bays (83m2 NLA)

9 bays (445m2 NLA)

3 bays (51m2 NLA)

2 bays (73m2 NLA)

2 bays (73m2 NLA)

57 bays

 

10 bays

8 bays

9 bays

7 bays

6 bays

11 bays

4 bays

5 bays

5 bays

65 bays

(Non-compliances are shown in bold under column)

 

The applicant has submitted justification in support of the application a summary of which follows:

 

“Discretionary Uses

 

In light of the formal response (dated 19 September 2002) of the DPI, in which they noted the City’s ability to utilise its discretion in determining the proposed land uses (in particular the video store, beautician and noodles bar), we ask that this be given mutual consideration in light of the revised design.

 

In the revised design the potential impact of the Gourmet Bakery and Asian Food Goods Wholesaler has been considered and is no longer commercially viable. Whilst some uses may be duplicated in the existing Newpark Shopping Centre, it should be noted that these uses are neither commercially heavy, nor targeted towards a general consumer base, having no foreseeable detriment over that of a permitted use.

 

Proposed Carparking

 

In light of the ‘real world’ benefits of Main St principles, it would be unreasonable to ignore the true situation of parking that would exist in this development. One principle proposed as a possible future option is the vehicle parking fronting Balgonie Avenue. The proposed 2.5m reduction in road width is proposed as a catalyst for the full implementation of Main St Principles, promoting an active edge to the street.

 

Location of Bin Stores

 

The key design elements of both Main St Principles and crime prevention necessitated the relocation of food serving businesses to directly address the development’s two main frontages: Balgonie Avenue to the West and New Park Shopping Centre to the north.  However, in a similar fashion, the often unsightly bin stores have been relocated to the rear of the development, which has resulted in some distance between the two related uses.

 

Further, our client has indicated that as part of the tenancy agreements a refuse management plan will be put in place that manages the disposal of waste into the area designated in the design in an appropriate manner. This could be made conditional to the development application.”

Comment

The application seeks only those variations to the Scheme detailed as part of this report. The non-compliance issues are discussed below:

Main Street Principles

The proposal has incorporated the basic principles of building proximity to the street. However several conditions are recommended to further enhance compliance with the ‘Main Street Themes’ of security and shelter.  This should include shop frontages which have a close interface with pedestrian linkages and carparking areas to have shelter by way of verandahs.

Use Class

The proposed shop “(mobile phone)” is a use that is not permitted under the City’s District Planning Scheme and therefore the City has no discretionary authority to vary the use class table.  The applicant would have to consider other permitted land uses for that particular tenancy. The proposed convenience store is a permitted use, however, its definition was intended to cover the retail component of Service Station uses. The applicant has been informed of this and will need to demonstrate compliance with the appropriate definition or alternatively seek approval for an alternative use. 

 

Council did not previously support the use of the video store. The applicant has now defined it as a specialist video store, but has not provided any further information in this regard.  In any case, video stores are generally found in the Business Zone and therefore is considered an acceptable use.

Setbacks

The applicant has redesigned the application to address the Council’s request for a main street orientation.  The setback relaxation to the primary street is therefore supported.

Carparking

The applicant’s carparking assessment differs from the assessment carried out by the City.  The applicant’s car parking provision of 57 carbays is 8 bays less than required by District Planning Scheme No 2.  A condition requiring the provision of the minimum number of 65 bays is therefore proposed.

 

A condition regarding the proposed levels of the northern access way is also recommended as the current levels would result in the access way being to steep.

Landscaping

The provision of 4.7% landscaping on site falls well short of the 8% requirement. A condition requiring the provision of the minimum percentage of landscaping is recommended.

Bin Storage

In relation to the proposed storage area’s location and method of operation, the City has previously considered and supported variation to the standard bin store requirements.  However, concern is raised to the location being somewhat “tucked” away in the southeastern corner of the site and not being centrally accessible.  Waste collection vehicles are likely to impact upon the access way when stationary to pick up the bins.  In consideration of the applicant’s justification, a number of conditions and a footnote are recommended to give the applicant the opportunity to negotiate a suitable arrangement with the City’s Environmental Waste Services or alternatively require the relocation and redesign of the bin storage area to comply with the City’s minimum requirements.

Statutory Compliance

The application complies with the statutory requirements of the Scheme other than the issues indicated in the report.

Strategic Implications

Consideration of this proposal is consistent with Goal 2 of the City’s Strategic Plan, which seeks to foster an identity that promotes lifestyle choice and the provision of quality services and infrastructure.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority.

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Recommendation

That Council APPROVES the application for the Business Centre on Lot 700 (32) Balgonie Avenue, Girrawheen in accordance with the plans attached to and forming part of this report and subject to the following conditions:

1.       A sign in accordance with the City’s specification being placed on site within fourteen days of the date of this approval, stating that approval has been granted; such sign to remain until the development is completed to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services.

2.       Prior to the submission of a Building Licence the applicant is to submit amended plans for approval incorporating the following amendments all to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services;

a)      Building facade design particularly to Balgonie Avenue being modified to minimise right-angle walls (i.e. entrance at lunch bar) to improve visual surveillance;

b)      Building facade design to include verandahs for shelter and have a close interface with pedestrian linkages and carparking areas.

c)       The Bin Storage Area being located and designed to comply with the City’s minimum requirements.

d)      Access way levels being amended in accordance with the amendments shown on the approved plans.

3.       The following uses are approved as part of this approval; Medical Centre, Convenience Store, Lunch Bar, Office, Video Store, Hairdresser and Beauty Parlour.  All other uses are not permitted without the prior approval of the City.

4.       The proposed landscaping and carparking works within the road reserve are not part of this approval and will require a separate planning approval and traffic impact assessment/study to be carried out in consultation with the City’s infrastructure Services.  The Traffic Impact study would be carried out at the applicant/owners expense to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services.

5.       A minimum of 65 on-site carparking bays being provided on site to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services.

6.       One (1) disabled carparking bay(s) located convenient to the building entrance and with a minimum width of 3.8 metres, to be provided to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services.

7.       A minimum of 8% of the site (337m2) being maintained as in-ground landscaping.

8.       Submission of detailed landscape plans for the development site and the adjoining road verge(s) with the Building Licence Application to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services.

9.       Landscaping and reticulation to be established including the verge area in accordance with the approved plans prior to the development first being occupied and thereafter maintained to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services.

10.     A suitably screened bulk bin area is to be provided prior to the development first being occupied in accordance with the attached specification in a location to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services.

11.     Any roof mounted or freestanding plant or equipment, such as air conditioning units, to be located and/or screened so as not to be visible from beyond the boundaries of the development site.

12.     Retaining walls are to be provided where the angle of natural repose of the soil cannot be maintained.  Drawn details, signed by a practising Structural Engineer, must be submitted for approval.

13.     The parking bay/s, driveway/s and points of ingress and egress to be designed in accordance with the Australian Standard for Off street Carparking (AS2890) unless otherwise specified by this approval.  Such areas are to be constructed, drained, marked and thereafter maintained to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services prior to the development first being occupied.

14.     An onsite stormwater drainage system with the capacity to contain a 1:100 year storm of a 24-hour duration is to be provided prior to the development first being occupied and thereafter maintained to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services.  The proposed stormwater drainage system is required to be shown on the Building Licence submission and be approved by the City prior to the commencement of construction.

15.     The submission of an acoustic consultant's report and undertaking recommendations demonstrating that the proposed development is capable of containing all noise emissions in accordance with the Environmental Protection Act 1996 to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services.

16.     Signs must be approved and licensed with separate applications by the City prior to being erected (enclosed are copies of an ‘Application for Approval to Commence Development’ and 'Application for a Licence To Erect A Sign'). In this respect, the applicant is to submit a Signage Strategy for the Development Application showing all proposed signage including directional signs; façade signs; verandah signs, etc.

17.     Floodlighting being designed in accordance with Australian Standards for the Control of Obtrusive Effects of Outdoor Lighting (AS4282) and shall be where possible internally directed to not overspill into nearby lots.

18.     The submission of a Construction Management Plan for approval at the submission of a Building Licence application stage for the proposal detailing how it is proposed to manage:

a)      The route and delivery of materials and equipment to the site;

b)      The storage of materials and equipment on the site;

c)       The parking arrangements for the contractors and subcontractors on site;

d)      Impact on traffic movement;

e)       Operation times including delivery of materials;

f)       Other matters likely to impact on the surrounding residents;

g)      Dust control; and

h)      Building waste management control;

to the satisfaction of the Manager Approval Services.

 

FOOTNOTE:

1.       In relation to condition 3, please note the definitions as outlined in the District Planning Scheme No. 2 for various land uses;

“a)    medical centre : means premises accommodating two or more consulting rooms and may include ancillary uses such as a pathologist, radiologist and pharmacy.

b)      convenience store : means any land and or buildings used for the retail sale of convenience goods being those goods commonly sold in supermarkets, delicatessens and newsagents but including the sale of petrol and petroleum products and motor vehicle accessories and operated during hours which include, but which may extend beyond, normal trading hours and providing associated parking.  The buildings associated with a convenience store shall not exceed 300m2 gross leasable area.

c)       lunch bar : means premises used as a take-away food outlet but within the hours of 6.00 am to 4.00 pm only.

d)      office : means any premises used for the administration of clerical, technical, professional or other like business activities but does not include administration facilities which are required in association with a predominant use on site, and does not include consulting rooms or medical centres.

e)       hairdresser : means premises used for the cutting, styling and tending to customers’ hair and may include the sale of hair care products.

f)       beauty parlour : means any land or buildings used for beauty therapy purposes.”

2.       In relation to condition 5, the City is prepared to negotiate in respect to the location of the additional carparking subject to further application and assessment of any proposal.

3.       In relation to condition 6, the carparking calculation is based on the individual uses proposed. Any variation by way of a change of use to these approved specific uses on the site plan may require a fresh Development Approval and re-calculation of the carparking requirements on the subject land.

4.       In relation to condition 2 (c) the City may consider a Waste Management Plan to address the design and location of the bin storage area. Current location and design is considered impractical, however the applicant’s justification regarding a Waste Management Plan is recognised.

5.       On completion of the installation of any Mechanical Services, the applicant /builder shall provide a Mechanical Services Plan signed by a suitably qualified Mechanical Services Engineering or Air Conditioning Contractor.  It shall certify that the mechanical ventilation of the development complies with and is installed in accordance with Australian Standard 1668.2, AS 3666 and the Health (Air Handling and Water Systems) Regulations 1994.

6.       Applicant/Owner is advised that there is an obligation to design and construct the premises in compliance with the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act 1986.

7.       Applicant/Owner shall submit plans and specifications to the Water Corporation of Western Australia for approval.

8.       Development shall comply with the Sewerage (Lighting, Ventilation and Construction) Regulations 1971.

9.       Applicant shall comply with all requirements of the Health (Food Hygiene) Regulations 1993. Separate approvals are required by way of applications to the City’s Health Services for the variety of the uses proposed.

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Delegated Authority Reports

5.                 Development Applications Determined By Delegated Authority For The Month Of March 2003

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Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

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Issue

Development Applications determined by Planning & Development between 1 March 2003 and 31 March 2003, acting under Delegated Authority from Council.

Background

Nil

Detail

The City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme 2 (DPS2) provides Council with development approval powers which are designed to avoid conflict between different land uses on adjoining lots.  It is also necessary to ensure the completed developments meet the required standards such as building setbacks, carparking and landscaping.  Planning approvals are not generally required for single residential houses unless they seek to vary the requirements of the Residential Design Codes (R Codes.)

 

The City of Wanneroo continues to experience very rapid growth pressures with between 80 to 120 development applications being received per month in addition to an average of 400 to 600 building license applications.

 

Council has delegated some of its responsibilities for decision making on development applications to Council Administration which enables the processing of applications within the required 60 day statutory period and within normal customer expectations.   

 

Council Administration, in assessing development proposals, attempts to extract from the relevant planning documents the key policies and requirements of Council in order to make comments and recommendations on the issues raised in the assessment of each individual development application.

 

Development applications determined by Planning & Development between 1 March 2003 and 31 March 2003, acting under Delegated Authority from Council are included in the attached Schedule 1.

Consultation

Nil

Comment

Nil

Statutory Compliance

A Delegated Authority Register was adopted by Council at its meeting on 03 September 2002 (item CE03-09/02 refers).  The decisions referred to in schedule 1 of this report are in accordance with this register.

Strategic Implications

This report is consistent with the corporate management and development goal of the City’s Strategic Plan, which seeks to establish an organisation that is open, accountable and committed to customer service.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Planning applications incur administration fees which are generally based on the Town Planning (Local Government Planning Fees) Regulations and have been adopted by Council in its annual budget.  The estimated cost of development for each application is listed in schedule 1.  Applications where an estimated cost has not been provided, are either applications for the exercising of discretion or for a change of use.

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority.

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Recommendation

That Council NOTES the determinations made by Planning & Development Services acting under delegated authority from Council on development applications processed between 1 March 2003 and 31 March 2003.

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  Development Applications determined for Period                         City of Wanneroo

  WHERE (Decision_date BETWEEN 01/03/2003 00:00:00 AND 31/03/2003

Note: Est Cost not provided on applications for use only or where a flat fee is applicable

  Ram Id      Date          Owners                                                           Days               Est Cost        Decision

DA02/1540     28/10/2002    MINDARIE KEYS JOINT VENTURE                           2                     $118,648.15      Approved

                   Prop address   26 MARINERS VIEW MINDARIE  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 1536 DP 31030

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE

                   Applicants      CELEBRATION HOMES

                   File Number    P22/0242V01

DA02/1551     31/10/2002    TAH LAND PTY LTD                                             8                     $1,100,000.00    Refused

                   Prop address   KINGSWAY CITY SHOPPING CENTRE 168 WANNEROO ROAD MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 888 D 98863

                   Description     SHOP, RESTAURANT, TAKE-AWAY FOOD OUTLET and VIDEO HIRE

                   Applicants      THE BUCHAN GROUP ARCHITECTS

                   File Number    P/0025V01

DA02/1691     20/12/2002    THI D DUONG & VAN T TRAN                                68                    $9,950.00         Approved

                   Prop address   34 ROMEO ROAD CARABOODA  WA   6033

                   Land            Lot 22 D 77819 Vol 2107 Fol 403

                   Description     INTENSIVE AGRICULTURE - MARKET GARDEN/SHED

                   Applicants      WA SHED COMPANY

                   File Number    P06/0058V01

DA02/1701     30/12/2002    AUTOMOTIVE HOLDINGS GROUP PTY LTD              29                    $1,200,000.00    Approved

                   Prop address   22 PENSACOLA TERRACE CLARKSON  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 428 DP 31641 Vol 2521 Fol 486

                   Description     VEHICLE SALES/HIRE PREMISES

                   Applicants      BRUCE MCLEAN ARCHITECTS

                   File Number    P08/0271V01

DA03/0023     14/01/2003    VINCENZA D'ANGELO & MICHAEL D CATTARUZZA   30                    $110,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   19 KING DAVID BOULEVARD MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 180 DP 27810

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE

                   Applicants      CARRISA PTY LTD

                   File Number    p18/0186v01

DA03/0024     14/01/2003    AKELA PTY LTD                                                 8                     $1,450,000.00    Approved

                   Prop address   67 EXCELLENCE DRIVE WANGARA  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 262 DP 34905 Vol 2529 Fol 390

                   Description     FACTORY UNIT

                   Applicants      AKELA PTY LTD

                   File Number    P33/0125V01

DA03/0036     17/01/2003    CATHERINE J DOHERTY & COLIN M DOHERTY         10                    $152,700.00      Approved

                   Prop address   41 LAUTOKA RISE MINDARIE  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 1422 DP 28984 Vol 2218 Fol 226

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE

                   Applicants      RENOWNED HOMES

                   File Number    P22/0484V01

DA03/0041     21/01/2003    ROY A MANNING & WENDY L MANNING                  46                    $170,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   93 BUSHLAND RETREAT CARRAMAR  WA   6031

                   Land            Lot 21 P 12964 Vol 1545 Fol 528

                   Description     ADDITIONS TO DWELLING

                   Applicants      STYLISH EXTENSIONS

                   File Number    P07/0302V01


Development Applications determined for Period   City of Wanneroo

  WHERE (Decision_date BETWEEN 01/03/2003 00:00:00 AND 31/03/2003

Note: Est Cost not provided on applications for use only or where a flat fee is applicable

  Ram Id      Date          Owners                                                           Days               Est Cost        Decision

DA03/0052     23/01/2003    CAROL A LOVETT & DAVID R LOVETT                    29                    $120,363.00      Approved

                   Prop address   5 RUBENS BEND ASHBY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 159 DP 33845 Vol 2531 Fol 481

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE

                   Applicants      DALE ALCOCK HOMES PTY LTD

                   File Number    P03/0035V01

DA03/0058     24/01/2003    PATANAL PTY LTD                                              35                    $400,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   113 KINGSWAY MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 14 P 6335 Vol 1172 Fol 817

                   Description     USE NOT LISTED - EARTHWORKS

                   Applicants      METRO DEVELOPMENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD

                   File Number    P18/0046V01

DA03/0070     29/01/2003    ADAM J GROOM                                                 29                    $100,334.00      Approved

                   Prop address   63 WADHURST ROAD BUTLER  WA   6036

                   Land            Lot 1313 DP 34237 Vol 2530 Fol 594

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE

                   Applicants      DALE ALCOCK HOMES PTY LTD

                   File Number    P05/0448V01

DA03/0071     30/01/2003    DUNCAN MCAULEY & FIONA MCAULEY                  28                    $103,900.00      Approved

                   Prop address   59 WADHURST ROAD BUTLER  WA   6036

                   Land            Lot 1315 DP 34237 Vol 2530 Fol 596

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE

                   Applicants      DALE ALCOCK HOMES PTY LTD

                   File Number    P05/0445V01

DA03/0072     30/01/2003    GERARD AJ D'SOUZA & MICHELLE M D'SOUZA        25                    $1,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   11 WESTPORT PARADE DARCH  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 239 DP 29513 Vol 2513 Fol 948

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - RETAINING WALL

                   Applicants      GAJ D'SOUZA, MM D'SOUZA

                   File Number    P09/0111V01

DA03/0078     31/01/2003    DEAN R BEMROSE                                              17                    $8,970.00         Approved

                   Prop address   5 JACARANDA DRIVE WANNEROO  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 119 D 94304 Vol 2122 Fol 002

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - SHED ADDITION

                   Applicants      MULTI METAL CONSTRUCTIONS

                   File Number    P34/0595V01

DA03/0100     06/02/2003    BARRY J BOSTOCK & RUTH C BOSTOCK                28                    $119,356.00      Approved

                   Prop address   1 LIMERICK CRESCENT DARCH  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 279 DP 32146 Vol 2525 Fol 267

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE

                   Applicants      HOMESTYLE PTY LTD

                   File Number    P09/0175V01

DA03/0101     06/02/2003    ANTHEA J EMBLING & ROBERT L RAVOT                23                    $2,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   83 MILLENDON STREET CARRAMAR  WA   6031

                   Land            Lot 1529 DP 28778 Vol 2510 Fol 367

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - RETANING WALL

                   Applicants      ACE LIMESTONE & RETAINING

                   File Number    P07/0318V01

  Development Applications determined for Period                         City of Wanneroo

  WHERE (Decision_date BETWEEN 01/03/2003 00:00:00 AND 31/03/2003

Note: Est Cost not provided on applications for use only or where a flat fee is applicable

  Ram Id      Date          Owners                                                           Days               Est Cost        Decision

DA03/0102     06/02/2003    CHRISTINE M SMITH & MICHAEL DS SMITH              28                    $109,983.00      Approved

                   Prop address   8 GABY WAY MARANGAROO  WA   6064

                   Land            Lot 168 P 20095 Vol 2015 Fol 261

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE & RETAINING WALL

                   Applicants      COMMODORE HOMES

                   File Number    P19/0294V01

DA03/0106     06/02/2003    STEPHEN A MANEY & TERESA P MANEY                  27                    $169,375.00      Approved

                   Prop address   25 MOBILIA PLACE GNANGARA  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 72 DP 25805 Vol 2503 Fol 042

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE & SHED

                   Applicants      DALE ALCOCK HOMES PTY LTD

                   File Number    P12/0081V01

DA03/0109     06/02/2003    DEBORAH J THORN & GARY J THORN                    19                    $180,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   9 NARRIEN LOOP HOCKING  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 110 DP 33575 Vol 2525 Fol 767

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE WITH LOFT

                   Applicants      JAXON CONSTRUCTION PTY LTD

                   File Number    P13/0269V01

DA03/0116     10/02/2003    ANA BABIC & BORIS BABIC                                  11                    $139,743.00      Approved

                   Prop address   54 ASHDALE BOULEVARD DARCH  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 363 DP 32146 Vol 2525 Fol 285

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE

                   Applicants      J CORP

                   File Number    P09/0167V01

DA03/0119     10/02/2003    YVONNE M MCGONIGAL, COLIN E MOLLOY, CINDY F                       4                   $217,973.00  Approved

                   Prop address   7 HOLROYD LINK WANNEROO  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 28 DP 26868 Vol 2218 Fol 837

                   Description     TWO STOREY SINGLE HOUSE

                   Applicants      J CORP

                   File Number    P34/0416V01

DA03/0122     11/02/2003    RONALD V LEVITT                                              26                    $3,335.00         Approved

                   Prop address   TALLOW ROW 13C SHALFORD WAY GIRRAWHEEN  WA   6064

                   Land            Lot 16 Vol 2522 Fol 316 S/P 42046

                   Description     GROUPED DWELLING - PATIO ADDITION

                   Applicants      HERITAGE OUTDOOR LEISURE CENTRE

                   File Number    P11/0124V01

DA03/0123     11/02/2003    HOMESWEST RENTALS                                        22                    $200,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   WESTBROOK MEWS 1/17 WESTBROOK WAY GIRRAWHEEN  WA   6064

                   Land            Lot 23 S/P 24751

                   Description     GROUPED DWELLING - ADDITIONS AND RENOVATIONS

                   Applicants      AP NAUGHTIN

                   File Number    P11/0453V01

DA03/0124     11/02/2003    BRUCE N SKYRING & EILEEN SKYRING                   20                    $6,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   3 HELLFIRE DRIVE DARCH  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 922 DP 29305 Vol 2512 Fol 323

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - GARAGE ADDITION

                   Applicants      E SKYRING, BN SKYRING

                   File Number    P09/0032V01


  Development Applications determined for Period                         City of Wanneroo

  WHERE (Decision_date BETWEEN 01/03/2003 00:00:00 AND 31/03/2003

Note: Est Cost not provided on applications for use only or where a flat fee is applicable

  Ram Id      Date          Owners                                                           Days               Est Cost        Decision

DA03/0126     12/02/2003    DONALD C CAMERON                                         24                    $118,271.00      Approved

                   Prop address   38 HALIFAX BOULEVARD MINDARIE  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 1216 P 23984 Vol 2184 Fol 807

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE

                   Applicants      VENTURA HOMES PTY LTD

                   File Number    P22/0343V01

DA03/0129     12/02/2003    BETTY E TURNER & BRUCE A TURNER                   19                    $109,701.00      Approved

                   Prop address   48 NARRIEN LOOP HOCKING  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 1518 DP 34404 Vol 2532 Fol 046

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE

                   Applicants      WESTCOURT

                   File Number    P13/0256V01

DA03/0132     12/02/2003    COLLYN W YORK & SUZANNE M YORK                   18                    $136,326.00      Approved

                   Prop address   17 APPLEBY DRIVE DARCH  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 63 DP 32967 Vol 2525 Fol 337

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE

                   Applicants      COMMODORE HOMES

                   File Number    P09/0128V01

DA03/0135     13/02/2003    ADRINA PROPERTIES (WA) PTY LTD                       8                     $800,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   21 PENSACOLA TERRACE CLARKSON  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 423 DP 32856 Vol 2201 Fol 30

                   Description     THREE COMMERCIAL TENANCIES AND THREE RESIDENTIAL UNITS

                   Applicants      ADRINA PROPERTIES (WA) PTY LTD

                   File Number    P08/0225V01

DA03/0136     13/02/2003    HOMESWEST RENTALS                                        20                    $1,625.00         Approved

                   Prop address   28B TEMPLETON CRESCENT GIRRAWHEEN  WA   6064

                   Land            Lot 2 S/P 24940

                   Description     GROUPED DWELLING - RENOVATION AND ADDITIONS

                   Applicants      AP NAUGHTIN

                   File Number    P21/0289V01

DA03/0138     13/02/2003    ANDREW GUILE                                                  29                    $269,744.00      Approved

                   Prop address   15 BELIZE WAY MINDARIE  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 432 P 24280 Vol 2201 Fol 135

                   Description     TWO STOREY SINGLE HOUSE

                   Applicants      NOVUS HOMES

                   File Number    P22/0543V01

DA03/0144     14/02/2003    ARNOLD L HENDRY & BERYL E HENDRY                 3                     $107,505.00      Approved

                   Prop address   22 RUFUS PARKWAY MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 198 DP 27810 Vol 2506 Fol 950

                   Description     SINGLE STOREY HOUSE

                   Applicants      DALE ALCOCK HOMES PTY LTD

                   File Number    P18/0205V01

DA03/0145     14/02/2003    MARY T WATSON & MICHAEL J WATSON                17                    $88,170.00       Approved

                   Prop address   7 NEWCAP PLACE MERRIWA  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 506 P 16633 Vol 1828 Fol 485

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE & RETAINING WALL

                   Applicants      HOMEBUYERS CENTRE

                   File Number


  Development Applications determined for Period                         City of Wanneroo

  WHERE (Decision_date BETWEEN 01/03/2003 00:00:00 AND 31/03/2003

Note: Est Cost not provided on applications for use only or where a flat fee is applicable

  Ram Id      Date          Owners                                                           Days               Est Cost        Decision

DA03/0148     14/02/2003    VALERIE J DAVIS & COLIN W PALMER                    34                    $2,600.00         Approved

                   Prop address   7 GRANGE COURT YANCHEP  WA   6035

                   Land            Lot 147 P 11610 Vol 1439 Fol 098

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - RETAINING WALL

                   Applicants      LJ JOYCE

                   File Number    p36/00036v01

DA03/0156     18/02/2003    NATIONAL LIFESTYLE VILLAGES                           15                    $15,000.00       Approved

                   Prop address   1140 WANNEROO ROAD ASHBY  WA   6065

                   Land            Part Lot 7 D 16981 Vol 1817 Fol 460

                   Description     PARK HOME PARK - PERGOLA TO CLUBHOUSE

                   Applicants      NATIONAL LIFESTYLE VILLAGES

                   File Number    P03/0021V01

DA03/0157     19/02/2003    JAMES T MURRAY & REBEKAH A MURRAY              20                    $40,000.00       Approved

                   Prop address   12 BARRA PLACE WANNEROO  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 318 P 11551 Vol 1437 Fol 528

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - MASTER BEDROOM, ENSUITE AND THREE CAR GARAGE ADDITIONS

                   Applicants      JT MURRAY, RA MURRAY

                   File Number    P34/0629V01

DA03/0162     21/02/2003    KARL D POSA & MELINDA A LEEK                         23                    $400.00           Approved

                   Prop address   40 THE AVENUE ALEXANDER HEIGHTS  WA   6064

                   Land            Lot 154 P 15707 Vol 1749 Fol 730

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - RETAINING WALL

                   Applicants      KD POSA

                   File Number    P01/0065V01

DA03/0164     21/02/2003    NEWBURG PTY LTD                                            12                    $2,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   10 DAMIAN ROAD JANDABUP  WA   6065

                   Land            Part Lot 5

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - SWIMMING POOL

                   Applicants      G IZZO

                   File Number    P14/0026V01

DA03/0168     17/02/2003    AIDA MORALES & FRANCISCO MORALES               21                    $1,810.00         Approved

                   Prop address   16 DAYDREAM WAY RIDGEWOOD  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 670 P 20220 Vol 2025 Fol 835

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - RETAINING WALL

                   Applicants      CONWOOD FENCING AND RETAINING WALLS

                   File Number    p28/0078v01

DA03/0175     24/02/2003    GAIL F BEECK                                                    16                    $127,770.00      Approved

                   Prop address   31 DALECROSS AVENUE MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 210 DP 31940 Vol 2521 Fol 742

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - SETBACK VARIATION TO GARAGE

                   Applicants      ASHMY PTY LTD

                   File Number    p18/0175v01

DA03/0177     25/02/2003    VINCE R BERTILONE                                           9                     $120,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   42 KINGSWAY MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 147 DP 28764 Vol 2511 Fol 207

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - SETBACK VARIATION TO GARAGE

                   Applicants      VR BERTILONE

                   File Number    P18/0176V01

  Development Applications determined for Period                         City of Wanneroo

  WHERE (Decision_date BETWEEN 01/03/2003 00:00:00 AND 31/03/2003

Note: Est Cost not provided on applications for use only or where a flat fee is applicable

  Ram Id      Date          Owners                                                           Days               Est Cost        Decision

DA03/0178     25/02/2003    GRAHAM B GAGELER & JANENE J GAGELER          10                    $120,317.00      Approved

                   Prop address   32 WADHURST ROAD BUTLER  WA   6036

                   Land            Lot 891 DP 34237 Vol 2530 Fol 501

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - VARIATION TO FRONT SETBACK

                   Applicants      WESTCOURT

                   File Number    P05/0494V01

DA03/0179     26/02/2003    JUDITH C WHEELER & KEVIN P WHEELER                11                    $10,000.00       Approved

                   Prop address   27 WALBROOK MEWS LANDSDALE  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 705 DP 25107 Vol 2215 Fol 639

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - GARAGE ADDITION

                   Applicants      JC WHEELER, KP WHEELER

                   File Number    P17/0257V01

DA03/0180     26/02/2003    GRANT E PANTON & SHARAN M PANTON               8                     $2,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   WESTGATE GARDENS 20/59 WESTGATE WAY MARANGAROO  WA   6064

                   Land            Lot 20 Vol 1869 Fol 987 S/P 18905

                   Description     GROUPED DWELLING - PATIO ADDITION TO UNIT 20

                   Applicants      GE PANTON, SM PANTON

                   File Number    P19/0005V01

DA03/0181     26/02/2003    LUCY J D'OLIMPIO & ROBERT D'OLIMPIO                14                    $0.00              Approved

                   Prop address   3/631 WANNEROO ROAD WANNEROO  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 2 Vol 2155 Fol 936 S/P 35211

                   Description     CHANGE OF USE -  FROM SHOWROOM TO MUSIC TUITION

                   Applicants      LJ D'OLIMPIO

                   File Number    P34/0599V01

DA03/0182     26/02/2003    SARICH HOLDINGS PTY LTD                                 9                     $5,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   79 INNOVATION CIRCUIT WANGARA  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 219 DP 35032 Vol 2533 Fol 915

                   Description     TRADE DISPLAY

                   Applicants      CENTURION GARAGE DOORS

                   File Number    P33/0064V01

DA03/0185     27/02/2003    NATIONAL LIFESTYLE VILLAGES                           16                    $130,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   1140 WANNEROO ROAD ASHBY  WA   6065

                   Land            Part Lot 7 D 16981 Vol 1817 Fol 460

                   Description     PARK HOME VILLAGE - FINAL STAGE (JOONDALUP LIFESTYLE VILLAGE)

                   Applicants      NATIONAL LIFESTYLE VILLAGES

                   File Number    p03/0021v01

DA03/0189     28/02/2003    VAN T LE & THI N HUYNH                                     8                     $180,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   108 SAFARI PLACE CARABOODA  WA   6033

                   Land            Lot 7 D 41471 Vol 1370 Fol 158

                   Description     INTENSIVE AGRICULTURE - SHED ADDITIONS TO EXISTING MARKET GARDEN

                   Applicants      AC COPSER

                   File Number    P06/0071V01

DA03/0191     04/03/2003    PAULINE F SCOTT & DAVID H SCOTT                     22                    $18,583.00       Approved

                   Prop address   19 THE LINKS GNANGARA  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 507 P 21845 Vol 2095 Fol 410

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - SHED ADDITION

                   Applicants      HIGHLINE BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS

                   File Number    P12/0086v01


  Development Applications determined for Period                         City of Wanneroo

  WHERE (Decision_date BETWEEN 01/03/2003 00:00:00 AND 31/03/2003

Note: Est Cost not provided on applications for use only or where a flat fee is applicable

  Ram Id      Date          Owners                                                           Days               Est Cost        Decision

DA03/0192     04/03/2003    THANH D DINH & THOUNG L DO                            6                     $1,000.00         Refused

                   Prop address   47 WHITWORTH AVENUE GIRRAWHEEN  WA   6064

                   Land            Lot 658 P 11026 Vol 1394 Fol 328

                   Description     SATELLITE DISH

                   Applicants      T DINH

                   File Number    p11/0486v01

DA03/0195     05/03/2003    JODIE CORRY, MARK W CORRY, JEANETTE V          6                     $5,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   8 MOBILIA PLACE GNANGARA  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 66 DP 25803 Vol 2503 Fol 27

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - PATIO

                   Applicants      ESE PATIOS AND HOME IMPROVEMENTS

                   File Number    P12/0067V01

DA03/0196     05/03/2003    CHARLES M BRADER & HILARY MM BRADER           19                    $3,922.00         Approved

                   Prop address   2 THE OVAL MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 1 Vol 2532 Fol 445 S/P 42904

                   Description     GROUPED DWELLING - PATIO

                   Applicants      THORN ROOFING CONTACTORS

                   File Number    P18/0218V01

DA03/0198     05/03/2003    BRETT G WHEELER & VENESSA M WHEELER           6                     $205,706.00      Approved

                   Prop address   64A KINSALE DRIVE MINDARIE  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 12 DP 32968 Vol 2524 Fol 415

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - VARIATION TO HEIGHT AND SCALE

                   Applicants      APG HOMES

                   File Number    p22/0226v01

DA03/0200     06/03/2003    SUN CITY LTD                                                    9                     $10,000.00       Approved

                   Prop address   SUN CITY COUNTRY CLUB 140 ST ANDREWS DRIVE YANCHEP  WA   6035

                   Land            Part Lot 100 P 20748 Vol 2075 Fol 207

                   Description     SUN CITY COUNTRY CLUB - REPLACEMENT OF PATIO AREA WITH WOODEN DECKING

                   Applicants      GJ LOHMAN

                   File Number    P36/0323V01

DA03/0203     05/03/2003    VIRGINIA L HANCOCK & RAYMOND E HANCOCK      19                    $25,000.00       Approved

                   Prop address   17 CLARECASTLE RETREAT MINDARIE  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 12 P 16737 Vol 1934 Fol 397

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - GARAGE, STORE AND FRONT WALL

                   Applicants      RE HANCOCK, VL HANCOCK

                   File Number    p22/0583v01

DA03/0204     06/03/2003    BRIAN D YOUNG & PATRICIA A YOUNG                  7                     $5,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   11 URALBA COURT QUINNS ROCKS  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 20 D 84568 Vol 1968 Fol 608

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - RETAINING WALL

                   Applicants      PG BARTLETT

                   File Number    P27/0199V01

DA03/0206     07/03/2003    HOMESWEST RENTALS                                        5                     $180,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   61 AMBERTON AVENUE GIRRAWHEEN  WA   6064

                   Land            Part Lot 418

                   Description     GROUPED DWELLING - RENOVATIONS AND ADDITIONS

                   Applicants      AP NAUGHTIN

                   File Number    P11/0496V01


  Development Applications determined for Period                         City of Wanneroo

  WHERE (Decision_date BETWEEN 01/03/2003 00:00:00 AND 31/03/2003

Note: Est Cost not provided on applications for use only or where a flat fee is applicable

  Ram Id      Date          Owners                                                           Days               Est Cost        Decision

DA03/0207     07/03/2003    CROWN - VESTED CITY OF WANNEROO                  4                     $6,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   WANNEROO COUNTRY CLUB-RES 27744 22 CRISAFULLI AVENUE WANNEROO  WA  

                   Land            WANNEROO LOT 133

                   Description     PRIVATE RECREATION - PORCH ADDITIONS

                   Applicants      R WESTON

                   File Number    P34/0014V01

DA03/0208     07/03/2003    JUDITH A BURNETT                                            2                     $4,620.00         Approved

                   Prop address   144 EMERALD DRIVE CARABOODA  WA   6033

                   Land            Lot 54 D 93848

                   Description     SHED

                   Applicants      HIGHLINE BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS

                   File Number    P06/0050V01

DA03/0219     10/03/2003    ANTHONY W SHARPE & HELEN SHARPE                 9                     $91,240.00       Approved

                   Prop address   11 COMBERTON LOOP BUTLER  WA   6036

                   Land            Lot 917 DP 30599 Vol 2514 Fol 268

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE & RETAINING WALL

                   Applicants      HOMEBUYERS CENTRE

                   File Number    P05/0379V01

DA03/0221     10/03/2003    GAIL F BEECK                                                    6                     $5,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   31 DALECROSS AVENUE MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 210 DP 31940 Vol 2521 Fol 742

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - RETAINING WALL

                   Applicants      GF BEECK

                   File Number    P18/0175V01

DA03/0226     12/03/2003    KRISSIE BACHOS & VICK BACHOS                         3                     $257,200.00      Approved

                   Prop address   20 DALECROSS AVENUE MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 256 DP 31940 Vol 2521 Fol 770

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - TWO STOREY

                   Applicants      MANOR HOME BUILDERS PTY LTD

                   File Number    P18/0222V01

DA03/0229     11/03/2003    SALLY E BUKTENICA & IVAN M BUKTENICA             6                     $8,600.00         Approved

                   Prop address   39 DORYANTHES PLACE WANNEROO  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 2 D 74045 Vol 1838 Fol 658

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE  - SWIMMING POOL

                   Applicants      Poly Pools

                   File Number    P34/0154V01

DA03/0231     12/03/2003    LANDCORP                                                       6                     $150,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   SUBDIVIDED 22 RIGALI WAY WANGARA  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 9003 DP 34905

                   Description     GENERAL INDUSTRIAL - OFFICE/WAREHOUSE

                   Applicants      ENFIELD HOMES

                   File Number    P33/0064V01

DA03/0239     13/03/2003    HOMESWEST                                                     13                    $20,000.00       Approved

                   Prop address   2352U MARMION AVENUE BUTLER  WA   6036

                   Land            Lot 9509 DP 35114

                   Description     COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT - 15M POLE, SHELTER, 2 X SATELLITE ANTENNAS,

                   Applicants      CABLE ENGINEERING & SERVICES

                   File Number    p05/0561v01


  Development Applications determined for Period                         City of Wanneroo

  WHERE (Decision_date BETWEEN 01/03/2003 00:00:00 AND 31/03/2003

Note: Est Cost not provided on applications for use only or where a flat fee is applicable

  Ram Id      Date          Owners                                                           Days               Est Cost        Decision

DA03/0240     13/03/2003    SETTLERS RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE LTD                   9                     $80,000.00       Approved

                   Prop address   SETTLERS RIDGEWOOD RISE 76 RIDGEWOOD BOULEVARD RIDGEWOOD  WA   6030

                   Land            Lot 714 P 24003 Vol 2206 Fol 794

                   Description     ONE RETIREMENT UNIT

                   Applicants      MCDONALD JONES ARCHITECTS

                   File Number

DA03/0242     13/03/2003    KATHLEEN D FERGUSSON & PETER R FERGUSSON  7                     $16,500.00       Approved

                   Prop address   42 DORYANTHES PLACE WANNEROO  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 111 P 12918 Vol 1838 Fol 659

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE -  SWIMMING POOL ADDITION

                   Applicants      FIVE STAR POOLS

                   File Number    P34/0722V01

DA03/0247     14/03/2003    PATRICIA M MANNERS & WILLIAM B MANNERS        8                     $163,729.00      Approved

                   Prop address   58 AMBERLEY WAY PEARSALL  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 238 DP 32920 Vol 2532 Fol 969

                   Description     TWO GROUPED DWELLINGS

                   Applicants      IMPRESSIONS HOME BUILDERS

                   File Number    p25/0136v01

DA03/0256     17/03/2003    VERNON L FONCECA & GRETHEL A FONCECA        4                     $1,673.00         Approved

                   Prop address   4 BIANCHI PLACE ALEXANDER HEIGHTS  WA   6064

                   Land            Lot 1 Vol 2501 Fol 162 S/P 38390

                   Description     GROUPED DWELLING - PATIO ADDITIONS

                   Applicants      HERITAGE OUTDOOR LEISURE CENTRE

                   File Number

DA03/0262     18/03/2003    No owners recorded                                            6                     $1,625.00         Approved

                   Prop address   8 GOLDERS WAY GIRRAWHEEN  WA   6064

                   Land            Lot 1404 P 11227 S/P 23460

                   Description     GROUPED DWELLING - RENOVATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO UNIT 8A

                   Applicants      AP NAUGHTIN

                   File Number    P11/0520V01

DA03/0269     19/03/2003    ROBERTA KELLY & ROWAN H KELLY                     2                     $6,000.00         Approved

                   Prop address   73 DONNELLY RAMBLE WANNEROO  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 64 DP 31208 Vol 2519 Fol 484

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - RETAINING WALL

                   Applicants      ACE LIMESTONE & RETAINING

                   File Number

DA03/0270     19/03/2003    RODNEY C EXETER & PATRICIA REID                     5                     $4,210.00         Approved

                   Prop address   32 LANGFORD BOULEVARD MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 221 DP 32169 Vol 2523 Fol 930

                   Description     SINGLE HOUSE - RETAINING WALLS

                   Applicants      CONWOOD FENCING AND RETAINING WALLS

                   File Number    P18/0083V01

DA03/0276     20/03/2003    PATANAL PTY LTD                                              4                     $400,000.00      Approved

                   Prop address   113 KINGSWAY MADELEY  WA   6065

                   Land            Lot 14 P 6335 Vol 1172 Fol 817

                   Description     TEMP CARPARK AND CHANGE OF USE - RETIREMENT VILLAGE TO DISPLAY HOME X 4

                   Applicants      METRO DEVELOPMENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD

                   File Number    P18/0046V01

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6.                 Subdivision Applications Dealt With Under Delegated Authority During March 2003

File Ref:                                              S09/0008

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Level 3 Approval by shb Date 14 April 2003

Level 2 Approval by ch Date 09 April 2003

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Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Author:   Chris H

Meeting Date:   29 April 2003

Attachments:                                       4

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Issue

Determination of subdivision applications processed in the period between 1 and 31 March 2003 under delegated authority.

Detail

The West Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) is responsible for determining all subdivision applications within the State.  Applications for approval are lodged with the WAPC and are referred to local governments and affected public bodies for comment.  Comments are made within 42 days of receiving the application after which the Commission determines the applications.  There is a right of appeal by the applicant if aggrieved with the Commission’s decision.

 

Council has delegated to the Chief Executive Officer its functions relating to the provision of comments to the Commission on subdivision applications.  The Chief Executive Officer has in turn delegated to the Planning and Development Division this responsibility.  A Land Development Unit has been established to assist with the assessment of all applications.

 

Those applications considered to be either controversial in nature or contrary to Council policy, are referred to Council for consideration.  All other applications are dealt with in respect to the following categories.

 

SCU 1   Subdivision applications received which are generally consistent with an approved or Agreed Structure Plan (including Outline Development Plan and Development Guide Plan).

 

SCU 2   Subdivision applications previously supported, or not supported by Council and subsequently determined by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) consistent with the Council’s recommendation.

 

SCU 3   Applications for extension of subdivisional approval issued by the WAPC which were previously supported by Council.

 

SCU 4   Applications for subdivision or amalgamation which result from conditions of development approval given by or on behalf of Council.

 

SCU 5   Applications for subdivision or amalgamation of lots which would allow the development of the land for uses permitted in the zone within which that land is situated including applications involving the excision of land for road widening, sump sites, school sites, etc.

 

SCU 6   Applications for subdivision or amalgamation of lots contrary to Council or WAPC Policy or are not generally consistent with an approved or Agreed Structure Plan.

 

The following table provides the details of the subdivision applications dealt with under delegated authority between 1 and 31 March 2003.

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Recommendation

That Council NOTE the actions taken in relation to providing comments to the Western Australian Planning Commission on subdivision applications processed under delegated authority between 1 and 31 March 2003 as listed below:

Subdivision Application Delegations

Att

WAPC No/ Received Date

Location / Owner

DPS2 Zoning

LDU Category

Advice

WAPC Advised

1

121438

28/02/2003

Lot 1657 (1000) Wanneroo Road, Sinagra

The Order of the Servants of Mary Inc

Centre

SCU1

Supported

Note:  Road dedication only

10/03/2003

2

121465

28/02/2003

Lot 418 (43) Morgan Way, Girrawheen

Homeswest Rentals

Residential

SCU1

Supported

10/03/2003

3

121476

06/03/2003

Lot 9020 (33) Camborne Parkway, Butler

Homeswest

Urban Development

SCU6

Not Supported

Note:  LSP not agreed

10/03/2003

4

121521

11/03/2003

Pt Lot 32 (1250) Connolly Drive, Butler

Butler Land Company Pty Ltd & Quinns Developments Pty Ltd

Urban Development

SCU6

Not Supported

Note:  LSP not agreed

12/03/2003

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7.                 Delegation Of Power For Operational Functions Under Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1960

File Ref:                                              P25/0094V01

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Level 3 Approval by shb Date 14 April 2003

Level 2 Approval by shb Date 14 April 2003

Level 1 Approval by sn Date 07 April 2003

Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       Nil

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Issue

To consider delegation of power to officers to enable the performance of operational functions.

Background

In November 2001, the City received a complaint regarding the condition of number 4 East Road, Pearsall. Numerous complaints have also been received since that time.  The City has sent a number of letters to the owner, (who resides in Kingsley), requesting he take the appropriate steps to make the building safe, secure and in keeping with the adjacent houses in the area.  No action has been taken by the owner.

Detail

Delegation of power is sought to commence action and issue Notices under Sections 408 and 409 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1960.

 

Section 408 refers to the removal of Neglected Buildings and states:

 

Where a council is of the opinion that a building in its district is a neglected building, it may cause written notice to be served on the owner or occupier of the building requiring him immediately to:

 

a)       put the building or part into such state of repair and good condition as is to the satisfaction of Council; or

 

b)      take the building down.

 

Section 409 refers to the power to compel renovation of Dilapidated Buildings and states:

 

“Where council is of the opinion that a building in its district is so dilapidated in its appearance as to be out of conformity with the general standard of appearance of the other buildings in the district or in the locality in which it is situated, it may cause written notice to be served on the owner or occupier of the building requiring him immediately to cause the appearance of the building to be brought into conformity with the general standard of appearance of the buildings either in the district or in that locality”.

Comment

The subject house has been in a neglected state for sometime, with windows smashed, roof tiles missing, ceilings badly damaged and a work pit exposed in the adjoining garage.  The City’s solicitor sent a forceful letter to the owner in December 2002, seeking his cooperation in bringing the dwelling to a standard acceptable to the City and no response has been received. The home is currently for sale.

 

The City cannot resolve the situation until the appropriate Delegation of Power under sections 408 and 409 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1960 has been granted by the Council.  The delegation of power sought from the Council is to enable an Officer of the City to act on behalf of the Council in the legal proceedings on this matter.  Without this delegation, it would be Council itself that would need to act on the proceedings.  Practically, this is not appropriate.  The proposed delegation is not inconsistent with the other delegations granted by the Council on operational functions of this legislation or under the Local Government Act 1995.

Statutory Compliance

Section 5.42 of the Local Government Act 1995 allows the Council to delegate certain powers and duties to the Chief Executive Officer.  The Act also allows the Chief Executive Officer to delegate any of the powers to another Officer of the City.

Strategic Implications

The proposal is aligned with the City’s Strategy of “Review and develop policies covering governance and management of our City” under its Corporate Management and Development Goal.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Absolute Majority.

Recommendation

That Council by ABSOLUTE MAJORITY, DELEGATES to the Chief Executive Officer the authority to serve notices under Section 408 and Section 409 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1960 regarding dilapidated buildings.


 

Other Matters

8.                 Petition To Change The Locality Name Of Butler To Brighton

File Ref:                                              P/0024V01

Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Author:   Bob Ruscoe

Meeting Date:   8 April 2003

Attachments:                                       Nil

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Level 3 Approval by shb Date 14 April 2003

Level 2 Approval by ch Date 10 April 2003

Level 1 Approval by ch Date 10 April 2003

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Issue

To consider a petition which seeks Council’s support to change the locality name of Butler to Brighton.

Background

Petition PT 02-03/03 has been received from the owners of 528 lots in Butler.  The petitioners request the City of Wanneroo recommend to the Geographic Names Committee of the Department of Land Administration that the locality name of Butler be changed to Brighton.

 

Butler was approved by Council in 1980 and commemorates John Butler, one of the first recorded explorers to enter the Wanneroo area in 1834.

 

Brighton is an estate name used for land sales purposes in the locality of Butler.  It is also now used in the estate name ‘Brighton Oceanside’ for land sales purposes in the locality of Jindalee, immediately to the west of Butler.

Detail

The reasons outlined in the petition for the request are as follows:

 

1.      The name Brighton has become synonymous with development north of Quinns Rocks and Merriwa.

2.      The name Butler has no historical significance to purchasers in the estate.

Comment

The petition appears to have been conducted in early December 2002. Council records indicate Butler included about 770 lots at the time, 230 of which were developed and occupied and 540 were unoccupied.

 

A review of the petition indicates only 133 of the 230 developed and occupied lots (58%) were signatories. The remaining 390 signatories represent 72% of the 540 unoccupied lots.

 

The Geographic Names Committee guidelines for the renaming of localities are quite detailed and extensive.  They include:

 

·                Locality name duplication in Australia is to be avoided for postal reasons.

·                Strong community based support is needed.

·                Renaming should occur prior to urbanisation.

·                The name should have meaning for the locality.

·                Locality names should not be used in estate names outside of the locality.

 

The request does not satisfy these requirements in the following areas:

 

·                The Geographic Names Committee advises that Brighton is used at least five times elsewhere in Australia and utilises ten post-codes.

·                Only 58% of occupied lots supported the request, considerably less than what would be regarded as broad community support.

·                Butler is well established, is growing rapidly and is clearly in the post-urbanisation phase.

·                The name Brighton has no historic or other significant association to the area apart from that which the developer has promoted.  Butler on the other hand has an historical connection to Wanneroo.

·                Brighton is commonly used to describe the area near the officially named Brighton Beach, south of Scarborough.

·                Brighton is also used in the estate name of Brighton Oceanside in adjacent Jindalee, north of Quinns Rocks.

Statutory Compliance

Nil

Strategic Implications

Nil

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority.

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Recommendation

That Council DOES NOT SUPPORT the petitioners’ request to recommend to the Geographic Names Committee of the Department of Land Administration that the locality name of Butler be changed to Brighton for reasons detailed in the Comment section of this report.

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9.                 Bi-Annual Report On Subdivision, Planning And Building Applications – October 2002 To March 2003

File Ref:                                              S13/0015V01

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Level 3 Approval by shb Date 14 April 2003

Level 2 Approval by hw Date 10 April 2003

Level 1 Approval by David and Sam Date 10 April 2003delete

Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Author:   Mike Hudson, David Woo and Sam Neale

Meeting Date:   8 April 2003

Attachments                                        2

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Issue

To consider the trends associated with Subdivision, Planning and Building applications received by the City for the period of 1 October 2002 to 31 March 2003.

Background

The purpose of this report is to advise Council of key application processing trends within the Planning and Development Directorate.   Wanneroo is widely recognised as being one of the fastest growing regions in Australia.  The impact of this is directly experienced within the Planning and Development Directorate, where such growth is facilitated by the applications that are dealt with.

Detail

Subdivision Applications

Between October 2002 and March 2003, the City received a total of 64 subdivision applications (38 for the December quarter and 26 for the March quarter).  This compares to 72 applications for the previous six months and 53 for the same period in 2001/02.

 

The City received an average of 7 applications per month, which compares to a two-year average prior to October 2002 of 9.5 applications per month.

 

The City has a legislative requirement to provide its comments and recommendations on subdivision applications to the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) within 42 days.  The Department for Planning and Infrastructure (DPI) has indicated that the average number of days taken to process applications and provide advice to the WAPC for the year to date was 31 days, with 92% of the applications being processed within the statutory 42-day period.  By comparison, the combined average processing time of all metropolitan local authorities is 92 days per application, with an average response rate of 32% of all applications dealt with within the 42 day period.  Attachment 1 includes two graphs indicating key subdivision processing statistics.

 

Land Supply figures provided by the Urban Development Institute of Australia indicate that the number of new lots sold within the City in the December 2002 quarter was 520.  This compares to 642 new lots in the September 2002 quarter.  (At the time of writing this report, the March quarter figures were not available).  In the December 2002 quarter this represented some 30.5% of the new residential lots within the Perth Metropolitan Area and in the September 2002 quarter some 37.5% of the new lots sold in the Perth Metropolitan Area.

Planning Applications

A total of 504 Planning Applications were received during the subject period.  This represents an increase of 56 per cent compared with the same period last year (ie 322 applications).  The applications received for the previous years are 209 in 2000/2001 and 360 in 1999/2000 over the same period.  On average, the number of Planning Applications received during 2002/2003 is 84 per month (refer Attachment 2). 

 

The City’s District Planning Scheme No. 2 requires the City to determine any planning applications within 60 days from date of receipt.  Beyond this, applicants may exercise their right of appeal unless otherwise agreed to by the local government.  In the case of planning applications, the average processing time is dependent upon various requirements (eg; referral to internal/external agencies, public consultation, referral to Council for determination, etc).  This means that whilst some applications can be dealt with expeditiously, others may take months to determine and the critical path is not always in the City’s control.

 

Accordingly, the City has assigned three categories of applications:

 

Category A applications:        can be determined within seven (7) days (no advertising or variations.

Category B applications:        can be determined within 45 days including public consultation

Category C applications:        complex applications that required more than 45 days including public consultation and referral to other external agencies for comment.

 

The following table summarises the number of planning applications received and determined by category between October 2002 and March 2003.

 

Category

Received

Determined

%

 

A

245

57%

B

236

91%

C

21

82%

 

Building Applications

A total of 2,907 Building Licence applications were received for the October/March period for 2001/2002 and increased to 3,118 for the same period for 2002/2003. On average, the total number of building applications received during the period for 2001/2002 was 484 per month and increased to 520 per month for 2002/2003, an increase of 7.5% (refer Attachment 3).

 

The average number of applications determined per month for the 2001/2002 period was 475. This increased to 494 per month for the 2002/2003 period.  Consequently, each month there are approximately 26 applications which are carried forward to the next month to be determined. 

 

Development throughout the City during the remainder of the financial year and beyond is likely to remain buoyant with the stable interest rates and new estate land demand within the City.  Growth within the City has been incremental over the past three years with 2002/2003 being the highest for both Planning and Building.

 

The provisions of the relevant Building legislation allow the City some 49 to 60 days to determine a Building Licence.  Beyond this time, the applicant may serve notice requesting the local government of its intentions to determine these applications.  Like planning applications, building licence determination times are categorised into three groups. 

 

For the last six months, over 90% of building licences applications were determined within 45 days.

 

The following table summarises the number of building applications received and determined by category between October 2002 and March 2003.

 

Category

Received

Determined

%

A

2589

60%

B

524

69%

C

1

100%

 

Consultation

Nil

Comment

Nil

Statutory Compliance

Nil

Strategic Implications

This can affect one of the City’s goals in relation to Corporate Management and Development.  The intent of this goal is to create a culture that is committed to corporate learning, evolution of the City’s natural, financial and human resources. 

 

Another City’s goal is creating healthy communities.  This can be achieved by ensuring that the planning and renewal of communities considers the balance between built forms and land use, community needs and the environment.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Planning Applications and Subdivision Clearances are charged an administrative fee which is regulated by the Town Planning (Local Government Planning Fees) Regulations 2000.  Similarly, Building Licence Application fees are prescribed by the Building Regulations 1989.  All of the above fees are largely based on development values and subdivision lot yield.

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority.

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Recommendation

That Council NOTES the report on Trends for Subdivision, Planning and Building Applications for the period between October 2002 and March 2003.

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Technical Services

Tenders

10.            Tender No 03292 - The Construction Of The Kingsway Sporting Complex, Netball Toilet Block

File Ref:                                              P/0031/02VO1, C03292

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Level 5 Approval by jan Date 13 April 2003

Level 4 Approval by jan Date 27 March 2003

Level 3 Approval by jan Date 24 March 2003

Level 2 Approval by jan Date 21 March 2003

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Responsible Officer:                           Director, Technical Services

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       1

Author:  Janek Sobon

Meeting Date:  5 April 2003

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Issue

Assessment and recommendation of Tender No 03292 for the construction of the Kingsway Sporting Complex, Netball Toilet Block, on Reserve 28058 Kingsway Road, Madeley.

Background

Council, at its meeting on 13 August 2002, considered the proposed Netball Toilet Block and its connection to deep sewerage and resolved as follows (Report No CD06-08/02 refers):

 

“1.    AGREED in principle to the proposed construction of the Kingsway Sporting Complex Netball Toilet Block on reserve 28058 Kingsway Rd Madeley, located adjacent to the eastern 30 outdoor netball courts as outlined in concept plan SK2 (Attachment 2), which includes the following;

·         8 female toilets

·         1 male toilet

·         1 unisex disabled toilet

·         First aid room

 

2.       AUTHORISES the preparation of tender documentation and the calling of tenders for the construction of the Netball Toilet Block on Reserve 28058, Kingsway Rd, Madeley.”

Detail

Tenders Received

Public tenders for the proposed works closed at the City’s Offices at 3.00pm on Tuesday, 18 March 2003 with the receipt of the following submissions:

 

Tenderers

Tendered price for the maximum works

Maximum tendered price less

savings offered for OPTION A

Maximum tendered price less savings offered for OPTION B

Maximum tendered price less savings offered for OPTION C

Tendered price less savings offered for OPTIONS
A, B & C

Dalcon Construction Pty Ltd

$246,962

$235,962

$236,462

$234,962

$213,462

Homestead Constructions

$282,985

$275,985

$275,985

$268,985

$261,985

SG Building Pty Ltd

$287,285

$270,931

$272,504

$265,558

$265,558

 

The tenderers were required to price a total of four hydraulic options so that the proposed toilet block and three existing facilities within gravity feed to the proposed pumping station could be connected to deep sewer via this new pumping station and a new rising main. The cost for the hydraulic component of the works is more that 50% of the project cost and a comparative tabled for each tenderer is shown below.

 

Trade Cost Breakdown for Hydraulic Services

 

Dalcon Construction Pty Ltd

$119,520

Homestead Constructions

$150,000

SG Building Pty Ltd

$155,662

 

The tendered price for the maximum works is for connecting all four facilities to deep sewer.  Options A, B and C as described below and shown on Attachment 1, provide savings to the full extent of the works if they are not implemented.

 

Options A, B, or C were not included in the projects initial budget estimate but were seen during the preparation tender documentation as a logical extension to the hydraulic work and in each instance will need to be undertaken if not now then at a later stage.  This is a Water Authority requirement, which calls for all public and private sewage disposal systems be connected to its deep sewer system.  This connection being enforced at the time an owner requests a building licence for works associated with an unserved deep sewer facility.

 

OPTION A

Savings offered from the maximum tendered fixed lump sum price offered for not extending the sewer drain to connect the Kingsway Indoor Sports Stadium (leased to the Badminton Association) to deep sewer and remove the existing septic system.

 

OPTION B

Savings offered from the maximum tendered fixed lump sum price offered for not extending the sewer drain southern leg to connect the Air Force Cadets to deep sewer and remove the existing septic system.

 

OPTION C

Savings offered from the maximum tendered fixed lump sum price offered for not extending the sewer drain west from the new Toilet Block so as to connect the Netball Kiosk/Change room building to deep sewer and remove the existing septic system.

 

Tender Assessment

Before the tender outcome could be presented to the 8 April meeting of Council Dalcon Construction Pty Ltd withdrew its tender due to an error in the costing of the hydraulic works.  This withdrawal has meant that Homestead Constructions is the lowest tenderer if the whole of the hydraulic works are to be constructed.  Should a minimum of the hydraulic options be constructed then SG Building Pty Ltd would be considered to be the lowest tenderer.

 

Given that the Water Authority is actively seeking deep sewer connection from all public and private sewage disposal systems, it is considered appropriate to utilise the funds available in the Kingsway Sporting Complex infrastructure account to undertake Options A, B and C as described above.  This would give value for expended dollar as there is considerable administrative effort and cost in the mobilisation of a Hydraulic Contractor should the options be undertaken one at a time.

 

The proposal is to undertake the maximum works and connect all four facilities to deep sewer

 

The Tender Assessment Team comprising the City’s Manager Infrastructure Services, Manager Leisure and Library Services and Co-ordinator Infrastructure Projects assessed the tenders in accordance with the following evaluation criteria, along with risk assessment and reference checking:

 

·        Price for the works offered

·        Tenderer’s resources

·        Tenderer’s previous experience in carrying out work similar to the works

·        Safety management.

 

The above weighted criterion suggests that Homestead Constructions be awarded the contract.

 

Tender key points to note were:

·        Three tenders were received.

·        Dalcon Construction Pty Ltd withdrew its tender on the 8 April 2003.

·        All tenderers priced the hydraulic upgrade options.

·        The hydraulic work represents more than 50% of the value of the tendered sum.

·        If all hydraulic options are executed then Homestead Constructions submitted the lowest conforming tender.

·        If none of the hydraulic options A, B and C are executed then SG Building Pty Ltd submitted the lowest conforming tenderer.

·        It is proposed to implement all hydraulic options and this report has been drafted with this in mind.

 

Key Characteristics of the lowest tenderer, Homestead Constructions.

·         Registered Builder acting under Reg. No.8034 held by the firm.

·         The firm has successfully constructed many works for the City.

·         The firm is currently undertaking, in Perth, one other project for a Church body.

·         The firm’s tender breakdown information is consistent with the prices presented in the other submissions.

 

The Manager Contracts has reviewed the tender compliance and assessment process and

endorses the recommendations of this report.

Consultation

All affected facility users were consulted as part of the development of the concept plan for the new netball toilet block and associated sewer connections.

Comment

The tender submitted by Homestead Constructions for undertaking the maximum works has been assessed and recommended for acceptance.

 

Works Programme

 

The following milestone dates are listed for the completion of this project:

 

Council Approval

Tues 29 April 2003

Award Contract

Mon 12 May 2003

Contractor on site-commencement

Mon 19 May 2003

Practical completion (100 day contract period)

Fri 31 October 2003

Practical Completion and Facility Commissioning

Fri 7 November 2003

Statutory Compliance

As all facility users were consulted with respects to the proposed development Approval Services did therefore not advertise this project for public comment.  On the 8 October 2002 the Western Australian Planning Commission approved the application to commence this development subject to the colours, design and materials of the proposed facility matching those of the existing buildings where practicable.

 

Tender documentation has been submitted to Approval Services for it’s processing and a Building Licence is ready for issue to the successful tenderer.

Strategic Implications

The construction of the Kingsway Sporting Complex, Netball Toilet Block, on Reserve 28058 Kingsway Road, Madeley is consistent with the City of Wanneroo Strategic Plan 2002-2005 goals and strategies:

 

Healthy Communities

2.6       Provide and manage infrastructure to meet the needs of our community”

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Funding and Breakdown of Project Cost

 

Although the three hydraulic work options A, B and C were not priced as part of the initial Netball Toilet Block project budget it is considered prudent to undertake this additional hydraulic work at this time given the reasonable costs offered for this work by Homestead Constructions.  As individual work projects, the connection to deep sewer for each of the existing three facilities would normally be priced some 50% more than that being offered in this single package by the tender.

 

The following table identifies all costs associated with the project.

 

Kingsway Sporting Complex, Netball Toilet Block - Tender No 03292

Description

Cost to Complete the Works

Funding

Project Funding                    - Account No 3003

 

$250,000

Architectural Documentation – Scatena & Associates

$14,135

 

Building Capital Works Project Management

$6,740

 

Tender Advertisement & Administration Costs

$3,000

 

Conforming Minimum Works Tender Sum – Homestead Constructions

$282,985

 

Total Project Cost

$306,860

$250,000

Short Fall in Project Funding

 

(-$56,860)

 

An amount of $128,030 has been approved in the Sports Facilities Capital Works Budget (Project No 1800) for infrastructure improvements at the Kingsway Sporting Complex. The expenditure of $56,860 from this source to accommodate the shortfall in funding to complete connections to the deep sewer is supported.

 

City Administration recommends that the tender for the construction of the Kingsway Sporting Complex, Netball Toilet Block, on Reserve 28058 Kingsway Road, Madeley be awarded to Homestead Constructions for the considered tendered sum of $282,985.

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority

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Recommendation

That Council:-

1.             ENDORSES the following budget variation to reflect the additional expenditure of $56,860 required to complete the connection to deep sewer for the Netball Kiosk/Change, Air Force Cadet Facility and the Netball Badminton Centre as part of the construction of the new Netball Toilet Block:

Cost Code

From

To

Description

Project No 1800

$56,860

 

Kingsway Sporting Complex Infrastructure Upgrade

Project No 3003

 

$56,860

Hainsworth Leisure Centre

 

2.             ACCEPTS Tender No 03292 from Homestead Constructions for the construction of the Kingsway Sporting Complex, Netball Toilet Block, on Reserve 28058 Kingsway Road, Madeley for the considered lump sum price of $282,985.

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11.            Tender No 03294 - The Construction Of Ten Bus Shelters At Various Location Within The City Of Wanneroo As Part Of The Bus Shelter Grants Scheme

File Ref:                                              R0016VO1, S17/0006VO1, C03294

File Name: AATender No 03294   the Construction of Ten Bus Shelters at Various Location Within the City of Wanneroo as Part of th.doc

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Responsible Officer:                           Director, Technical Services

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Author:  Janek Sobon

Meeting Date:  29 April 2003

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Issue

Assessment and recommendation for Tender No 03294 in the construction of ten bus shelters at various locations within the City of Wanneroo as part of the bus shelter grant scheme.

Background

Council, at its meeting on 5 November 2002, considered the proposed Bus Shelter Grant Scheme and resolved as follows:-

 

1.             ENDORSED the “City of Wanneroo Bus Shelter” design as detailed on the Drawing Nos. T1845-1-0 and T1845-2-0 as per Attachment 1.

2.             SEEKS the approval for the “City of Wanneroo Bus Shelter” design as detailed on the Drawing Nos. T1845-1-0 and T1845-2-0 from the Department for Planning and Infrastructure.

3.             On receipt of Department for Planning and Infrastructure approval for the “City of Wanneroo Bus Shelter” design as detailed on the Drawing Nos. T1845-1-0 and T1845-2-0, T1845-1-0 and T1845-2-0 calls tenders on the basis of supply and installation of the “City of Wanneroo Bus Shelters” within the allocated Capital Works funding available and in accordance with the following prioritised site listing.

Proposed Site

Locality

Priority

Priority Basis

East side of Girrawheen Avenue/South of Wade Street opposite the Summerfield Shopping Centre,

Girrawheen

1

Commercial location

West side of Templeton Avenue/South of Marangaroo Drive adjacent to the Newpark Shopping Centre

Girrawheen

2

Commercial location

East side of Templeton Avenue/South of Marangaroo Drive opposite the Newpark Shopping Centre

Girrawheen

3

Commercial

location

North side of Koondoola Avenue/West of Hollingsworth Avenue adjacent to the Koondoola Plaza

Koondoola

4

Commercial location

East side of Baltimore Parade/North of Palermo Court near the Merriwa Shopping Plaza

Merriwa

5

Commercial location

East side of Renshaw Boulevard adjacent to the Clarkson Shopping Centre

Clarkson

6

Commercial location

East side of Wanneroo Road/North of Buckingham Drive adjacent to the Wangara Industrial Estate

Wangara

7

Commercial location and advertising sightlines compromised

East side of Wanneroo Road/South of Wallawa Street adjacent to the Joondalup Lifestyle Village

Ashby

8

Advertising sightlines compromised

East side of Wanneroo Road/South of Elliot Road adjacent to Greenfields Park

Wanneroo

9

Advertising sightlines compromised

East side of Rothesay Heights/North of AbbervilleCircuit adjacent to Abberville Park

Mindarie

10

Site upgrade

Detail

Tenders Received

Public tenders for the proposed works closed at the City’s Offices at 3.00pm on Tuesday, 8 April 2003 with the receipt of the following submissions tabled in order of construction priority:

 

Tenderers

Tendered price for five bus shelters

Tendered price for six bus shelters

Tendered price for seven bus shelters

Tendered price for eight bus shelters

Tendered price for nine bus shelters

Maximum tendered price for ten bus shelters

Destec Engineering Pty Ltd

$58,672

$69,052

$78,522

$89,022

$99,522

$108,872

Palace Homes & Construction

$58,844

$70,186

$81,257

$92,841

$104,414

$115,485

Sign Supplies 1986 Pty Ltd

$60,105

$71,923

$83,741

$95,654

$107,567

$119,196

SG Building Pty Ltd

$77,570

$88,970

$100,170

$111,970

$123,810

$134,920

Galena Nominees Pty Ltd t/a Jason Signmakers

$71,890

$86,320

$100,620

$115,320

$130,120

$144,320

 

Tenders from Adshel Street Furniture Pty Ltd and Urban Design manufacturing Pty Ltd were also received offering alternatives to the City’s shelter design. The tenders as submitted were considered following initial evaluation to be non-conforming and were excluded from further tender evaluation.

 

Tenderers were required to price a total of ten bus shelters and provide a cost breakdown so that the price of each bus shelter was known.  Because of budgetary constraints the Tenderers were advised that the City may reduce the number of bus shelters that are to be constructed under the Contract to a minimum of five in the scheduled priority order with the exact number to be construction to be advised on award of Contract.

 

On evaluation of the remaining five tenders, it was determined that Destec Engineering Pty Ltd, the lowest tenderer, had qualified its tender and also excluded tactile paving tiles, estimated to cost some $1,000 per bus shelter. Destec’s tender was excluded from further evaluation as being non-conforming.

 

On review of Palace Homes and Construction’s tender it was noted that the tender had been qualified, stating that it was only prepared to construct ten bus shelters. However, this firm subsequently confirmed in writing that it is prepared to do a minimum of five or more bus shelters and as a result is declared to be the lowest tenderer.

 

The Tender Assessment Team comprising the City’s Manager Infrastructure Services and Co-ordinator Infrastructure Projects assessed the tenders in accordance with the following evaluation criteria, along with risk assessment and reference checking:

 

·        Price for the works offered

·        Tenderer’s resources

·        Tenderer’s previous experience in carrying out work similar to the works

·        Safety management.

 

The above weighted criteria suggested that Palace Homes & Construction could construct either the minimum of five or the full compliment of ten bus shelters.

 

Tender key points to note were:

·        Seven tenders were received, two non-conforming following initial evaluation.

·        All tenderers priced the ten bus shelters.

·        The lowest tenderer qualified its tender.

·        Palace Homes & Construction submitted the lowest tenderer.

·        Under the Builders Registration Act there is no requirement to award the work to a Registered Builder as bus shelters are not considered to contain a habitable room.

 

Key characteristics of Palace Homes & Construction:

·         The firm has successfully undertaken work for the City previously.

·         The firm is currently undertaking the alterations and additions to the Carramar and Marrangaroo Golf Courses for the City and theses two projects are to be completed in month.

 

The Manager Contracts has reviewed the tender compliance and assessment process and

endorses the recommendations of this report.

Consultation

Only one submission in opposition to the bus shelter upgrade was received by the closing date of 14 March 2003 for the Public Consultation regarding the proposed upgrade of ten bus shelters.

 

The submitted letter referred to the Priority 1 concrete bus shelter located on the east side of Girrawheen Avenue south of Wade Street opposite the Summerfield Shopping Centre is summarised below with Administration’s comments:

 

·         Existing structure is sound and relatively vandal proof while the Adshel bus shelter adjacent to the corner of Girrawheen and Marangaroo is constantly being vandalised.

 

The key maintenance issue for Adshel bus shelters is the damage to the glass panels. The City of Wanneroo bus shelter will not contain glass panels.

 

·         A metal shelter at the proposed location would cause a nuisance to nearby residents, as it would be a source of entertainment to vandals who would see it as a challenge to see who could make the most noise in the middle of the night.

 

There is no documented evidence in the City’s records indicating that there is a particular noise problem with the metal Adshel bus shelters.

 

·         The location of this bus shelter is a personal nuisance, in that it is located south of the resident’s driveway and rubbish left on the ground and on the seats is constantly being blown into the front yard of the property.

 

Waste Services will address the issue of rubbish and litter

 

·         When the bus stops it effectively blocks access to the resident’s driveway.

 

Any inconvenience is considered tolerable as buses generally stop for short periods.

 

·         If possible, relocation to a position just north of the resident’s driveway, (its original position) or the school crossing would be preferable.  This allows reasonable access from the shopping centre via the crossing and would be away from houses, thus shielding the resident from rubbish, abusive language and invasion of privacy.

 

Relocation of the bus shelter to the north of the existing location would be considered too close to the intersection with Calvert Way as vehicles queuing to the rear of a parked/standing bus would have the potential to interfere with circulating traffic within the roundabout.

 

Receipt of the ratepayer’s letter has been addressed with an interim response and a final letter from the City Administration will be issued citing the City’s Traffic and Road Safety Officer’s investigated/considered response subject to Council’s decision regarding this report.

Comment

The tenders submitted by Palace Homes & Construction and Sign Supplies 1986 Pty Ltd have been assessed and recommended for acceptance.

 

Works Programme

 

The following milestone dates are listed for the completion of this project:

 

Council Approval

Tues 29 April 2003

Award Contract

Mon 5 April 2003

Contractor on site-commencement

Mon 12 May 2003

Practical completion (50 day contract period)

Fri 18 July 2003

Statutory Compliance

Technical Services did advertise this project for public comment in accordance with the Bus Shelter Grant Scheme requirements by the erection of a notice of intent. The notice included a picture of the new shelter, and requested public comment.  This signage was in place for two weeks during the period from 28 February to the 14 March 2003.

 

Tender documentation has been submitted to Approval Services for its processing and issue of a Building Licence to the successful tenderer.

Strategic Implications

The construction of up to ten bus shelters at various locations within the City of Wanneroo, as part of the Bus Shelter Grant Scheme is consistent with the City’s Strategic Plan 2002-2005 goals and strategies:

 

Healthy Communities

2.6       “Provide and manage infrastructure to meet the needs of our community”.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

In a report presented to Council at its meeting on 19 March 2002 (Report No. TS06-03/02 refers) it was advised that the Department for Planning and Infrastructure (DPI), through its Bus Shelter Grants Scheme confirmed an allocation of $30,000 as its contribution to the fabrication and installation of ten bus shelters at various sites located within the City of Wanneroo.  Council, when considering the 2002/2003 Capital Works budget approved its allocation of $30,000 to match the DPI contribution along with a further $10,000 allocated for removal of existing concrete bus shelters and making good the site prior to installation proceeding on the Bus Shelter Grant Scheme shelters.  In total, $70,000 is available for this project.

 

The following table identifies all costs associated with the project.

 

The construction of up to ten Bus Shelters at various locations within the City Of Wanneroo - Tender No 03294

Description

Cost to Complete the Works

Funding

Project Funding                    - Account No 3205

 

$70,000

Architectural Documentation – Pritchard Francis Assoc. P/L

$900

 

Building Capital Works Project Management

$0

 

Tender Advertisement & Administration Costs

$2,500

 

Conforming Minimum Works Tender Sum – Palace Homes & Construction

$115,485

 

Total Project Cost

$118,885

$70,000

Short Fall in Project Funding

 

($48,885)

 

It is noted that the cost of removal of the existing concrete bus shelters is to be absorbed within the City’s 2002/2003 Maintenance budget for bus shelters in order to supplement the shortfall in funding for the ten shelter options.

 

The minimum five shelter option is summarised as follows:

 

The construction of up to five Bus Shelters at various locations within the City Of Wanneroo - Tender No 03294

Description

Cost to Complete the Works

Funding

Project Funding                    - Account No 3205

 

$70,000

Architectural Documentation – Pritchard Francis Assoc. P/L

$900

 

Building Capital Works Project Management

$0

 

Tender Advertisement & Administration Costs

$2,500

 

Conforming Minimum Works Tender Sum – Palace Homes & Construction

$58,844

 

Total Project Cost

$62,244

$70,000

Surplus in Project Funding

 

$7,756

 

The construction programme noted previously in this report lists 18 July 2003 as the date for practical completion of the works.  After that date the City will be able to claim the grant funds from the Department for Planning and Infrastructure by the issue of its account together with a statement of completion from the CEO and photographs of the completed works. The Department for Planning and Infrastructure has confirmed it’s funding of the present City’s Grant into 2003/2004 on the basis of the construction programme tabled above.

 

It should be noted that the Department for Planning and Infrastructure has advertised the new round of Grants for the 2003/2004 year and that it is a requirement of the scheme that further applications will not be eligible if previous projects have not been completed.

 

City Administration recommends that the tender for the construction of the five shelters at various locations within the City Of Wanneroo be awarded to Palace Homes and Construction for the considered tendered sum of $58,844.

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority

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Recommendation

That Council:-

1.       ACCEPTS Tender No 03292 for the sum of $58,844 from Palace Homes and Construction for the supply and installation of five bus shelters at various locations within the City of Wanneroo as part of the bus shelter grant scheme.

2.       NOTES the need to inform the resident as to Councils decision that relocation of the bus shelter located on the east side of Girrawheen Avenue, south of Wade Street opposite the Summerfield Shopping Centre is not supported.

3.       APPROVES the supply and installation of five “City of Wanneroo Bus Shelters” at the following locations:

Proposed Site

Locality

Priority

East side of Girrawheen Avenue/South of Wade Street opposite the Summerfield Shopping Centre,

Girrawheen

1

West side of Templeton Avenue/South of Marangaroo Drive adjacent to the Newpark Shopping Centre

Girrawheen

2

East side of Templeton Avenue/South of Marangaroo Drive opposite the Newpark Shopping Centre

Girrawheen

3

North side of Koondoola Avenue/West of Hollingsworth Avenue adjacent to the Koondoola Plaza

Koondoola

4

East side of Baltimore Parade/North of Palermo Court near the Merriwa Shopping Plaza

Merriwa

5

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Infrastructure

12.            Metropolitan Regional Road Program 2004/2005 To 2008/2009

File Ref:                                              R/0006V01

Responsible Officer:                           Director Technical Services

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Author:   Benny Chang

Attachment;                                        1

Meeting Date:  29 April 2003

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Issue

To consider submissions for funding from the 2004/2005 Metropolitan Regional Road Program for Improvement and Rehabilitation Projects.

Background

Each year, Main Roads WA invites project submissions for consideration as part of the Metropolitan Regional Road Program.

 

This report outlines the guidelines for the assessment of roadworks and recommends projects for consideration by the Metropolitan Regional Road Group.

 

The project types are separated into two categories as outlined below:

 

Road Improvement Projects

 

Improvement projects are those which would involve upgrading of an existing road to a higher standard than currently exists, i.e. pavement widening, new overtaking lanes, traffic control measures, etc.

 

New works where a road pavement does not currently exist at the proposed standard, e.g. dual carriageway construction.

 

A multi-criteria analysis, (taking into consideration road capacity, geometry, accidents, benefits and costs) is used to prioritise road improvement projects on urban arterial roads within the metropolitan area.  This analysis is an integral part of the guidelines for Metropolitan Regional Road Program and must be followed for submissions to be considered for funding.

 

Road Rehabilitation Projects

 

Road rehabilitation projects are those proposed for existing roads where a failed link is to be brought back to the pre-existing physical condition, eg. resealing, reconstruction, re-sheeting  and reconditioning.  A one year program only is required for submission, that is, for the 2004/2005 year.

 

A number of conditions have to be met for a project to be considered in the program.  Projects qualify only if the Average Annual Daily Traffic (AADT) exceeds 2,000 vehicles per day or the design traffic exceeds 1x106 Equivalent Standard Axle (a measurement which relates to the commercial vehicle content). Another qualifying criteria requires the points scored for the criteria relating to road condition to be greater than 700 points. For example, the City’s submission last year for Montrose Avenue (Mirrabooka Ave to Hainsworth Avenue) was ruled out of funding consideration because the road condition point score was audited at 517 points, despite it complying with the traffic volume criteria.

Detail

The distribution of the Metropolitan Local Road Funds is based on 50% of the pool to Improvement Projects and 50% to Rehabilitation Projects.  A maximum limit of $1 million per local government per annum has been set for Improvement Projects and $500,000 for Rehabilitation Projects.  Funding approval is based on Council’s contributing at least a third of the project cost.

 

Process for 2004/2005 Metropolitan Regional Road Programme

 

1.    Project submission supported by the endorsement of Council to be forwarded to Main Roads WA by 1 May 2003.

2.    Submissions are checked for omissions and errors in computations.

3.    Auditing of submissions:

·         Rehabilitation Projects will be audited Main Roads WA Pavement Branch.

·         Improvement Projects to be audited by an independent auditor appointed by Main Roads WA

4.    Audit queries are discussed with affected Councils.

5.    Final audited projects are sent to Main Roads WA for collation and priority listing based on audited points score.

6.    Lists of audited projects distributed to all Councils in August 2003.

7.    The Sub Groups of the Metropolitan Regional Road Group each have technical meetings to discuss and approve projects with the Sub Group only.  Recommendations are forwarded to the Metropolitan Regional Road Group.  The Cities of Wanneroo, Joondalup and Stirling and Town of Vincent form the North West Group.

8.    The Metropolitan Regional Road Group considers funding submissions in accordance with the guidelines and makes recommendations to the Advisory Committee.

 

It is noted that Councils would expect to receive advice of approval of projects from Main Roads WA by December 2003.

Comment

Road Improvement Projects – 2004/2005 to 2008/2009

The multi-criteria analysis adopted by Main Roads WA has been used to evaluate roads in the City of Wanneroo.  The higher the points score the better chance the project has in being funded and it is noted that the points score as presented above is unaudited.  This funding cut off for the 2003/2004 program was an audited score of 548.42.

 

It is advised that the City has been successful with funding for the following projects over in the past four years:

2000/2001:

·     Marmion Avenue (Hester Avenue to Baltimore Parade)   $1,000,000.

 Point Score 543.77 (audited).

2001/2002:

·     Marmion Avenue committed funds of $326,000.

·     Hester Avenue  (Marmion Avenue to Hidden Valley Retreat), $674,000.

 Point Score 590.00 (audited).

2002/2003:

·     Hester Avenue committed funds of $459,333.

·     Mirrabooka Avenue (Marangaroo Drive to Hepburn Avenue) $540,667.

 Point score 600.94 (audited).

2003/2004

·     Mirrabooka Avenue committed funds of $635,333

·     Alexander Drive (Hepburn Avenue to Gnangara Road) $364,667

 Point score 548.43 (audited – still waiting on formal approval from State Government).

 

The Alexander Drive Project has been recommended for approval by the Metropolitan Regional Road Group, however it is still subject to the formal approval from the State Government.  As a decision has yet to be received from the State Government, Main Roads has recommended that the Alexander Drive Project be resubmitted for funding in 2004/2005 round in case the part funding is not approved for 2003/2004.

 

If successful then the Alexander Drive Project with an estimated project cost of $2.95 million would be funded through the program as follows:

2003/2004       Funding commitment of $364,667.

2004/2005       Funding commitment of $1,000,000.

2005/2006       Funding commitment of $602,000.

 

As recommended by Main Roads WA, this project will be re-submitted for funding consideration in the 2004/2005 program with the following details:

 

YEAR

ROAD

SECTION OF PROPOSED DUAL CARRIAGEWAY

ESTIMATED PROJECT COST

POINTS SCORE

2004/2005

Alexander Drive

Hepburn Avenue to Gnangara Road

$2.95m

566.16

 

Road Rehabilitation Projects – 2003/2004

 

Pavement Analysis Pty Limited was commissioned to undertake a road rehabilitation and mechanical study of the following roads and provide technical details and recommendations to comply with the criteria for assessing projects. Road rehabilitation projects with unaudited highest point scores recommended for submission on this occasion are as follows:

 

ITEM

ROAD

SECTION

LOCALITY

WORKS

POINTS SCORE

1

Flynn Drive (Section C)

SLK 3.00 km to SLK 4.38 km

Neerabup

Road strengthening and asphalt overlay

3181

3

Prindiville Drive

Wanneroo Road to Hartman Drive

Wangara

Asphalt overlay

2919

3

Flynn Drive (Section A)

Wanneroo Rd to 1.33 km

Neerabup

Road strengthening and asphalt overlay

2631

4

Dundebar Road

Civic Drive to Griffiths Rd

Wanneroo

Asphalt overlay

2401

 

Flynn Drive was considered in four discrete sections as part of the City’s submission for funding from the 2003/2004 MRRP (Refer Attachment 1). Section D and B have been recommended for full funding and Section C for part funding by the Metropolitan Regional Road Group. Section C is only recommended for part funding as the total State Government funding component for the three sections exceeded $500,000 and Section C had the lowest audited score. Formal approval of the 2003/2004 MRRP by the State Government has been delayed as there is a likely reduction in funding for the program. It is considered that Sections B and D will be approved as part of the 2003/2004 program on the basis of the reduced State Government commitment to the program. It is proposed to resubmit Section C in conjunction with Section A for funding from the 2004/2005 MRRP.

 

The higher the points score, the better chance the project has in being funded. In the past two financial years the cut-off for funding has been at an audited point score of 2850 for 2001/2002 and 2550 for 2002/2003.

 

The Main Roads WA timetable requires submissions to be delivered to their Office no later than 4pm, 1 May 2003 and late submissions will not be accepted. 

 

On receipt of audited point scores for both the Improvement and Rehabilitation Projects from Main Roads WA, a report will be presented to Council advising of the outcome and if necessary, will request consideration of project priority for successful projects.

Statutory Compliance

Nil

Strategic Implications

The submission for road funding is consistent with the City of Wanneroo Strategic Plan (2002/2005) goals and strategies

 

Healthy Communities

2.4       Support safe and secure communities.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

The Metropolitan Regional Road guidelines requires the City to contribute at least a third of the project cost and budget provision will need to be made for the City’s contribution to ensure receipt of the State Government funding.

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority

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Recommendation

That Council ENDORSES the submission of the following projects to Main Roads WA for consideration for funding as part of the Metropolitan Regional Road Program:-

Road Improvement Projects 2004/2005 to 2008/2009.

 

YEAR

ROAD

SECTION OF PROPOSED DUAL CARRIAGEWAY

ESTIMATED PROJECT COST

POINTS SCORE

2004/2005

Alexander Drive

Marangaroo Drive to Hepburn Avenue

$2.95m

566.16

Road Rehabilitation Projects – 2004/2005

ITEM

ROAD

SECTION

LOCLAITY

WORKS

POINTS SCORE

1

Flynn Drive (Section C)

SLK 3.00 km to SLK 4.38 km

Neerabup

Road strengthening and asphalt overlay

3181

2

Prindiville Drive

Wanneroo Road to Hartman Drive

Wangara

Asphalt overlay

2919

3

Flynn Drive (Section A)

Wanneroo Road to 1.33 km

Neerabup

Road strengthening and asphalt overlay

2631

4

Dundebar Road

Civic Drive to Griffiths Rd

Wanneroo

Asphalt overlay

2401

 

 

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13.            Infrastructure Asset Management - Proposed Annual Road Resealing Program

File Ref:                                              R/0015V01

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Level 3 Approval by jan Date 14 April 2003

Level 2 Approval by jan Date 13 April 2003

Level 1 Approval by jan Date 13 April 2003

Responsible Officer:                           Director Technical Services

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachment:                                        Nil

Author:  Benny Chang

Meeting Date:  29 April 2003

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Issue

To consider the allocation of funds in the Road Preservation Capital Works Program for the resealing of roads.

Background

There are approximately 840 kilometres of sealed roads within the City of Wanneroo incorporating both asphalt and chip seal pavement surfaces.  The pavement roadbase represents the major cost component of the overall road pavement and with the proper maintenance of the seal surface, has a predicted operational life of 40 years.  The surface seal (which protects the roadbase) has a predicted operational a life of 15 years (chip seal) and 25 years (asphalt).

 

With many of the City’s older roads reaching the end of their operational life, a program and funding commitment needs to be established to address this eventuality. A majority of the roads requiring attention are of a rural nature incorporating a single coat chip seal width of between 6.0m and 7.4m. Failure to maintain and reseal these roads will impact on the safety of road users and will eventually fail to protect the expensive roadbase. This will ultimately result in the need to reconstruct the road pavement.

 

The City utilises a computer software program, known as ROMAN (an acronym for ‘Road Management’), an inventory database and road asset management tool. ROMAN is a program that a majority of local government authorities in Western Australia utilise including Main Roads WA.  In simple terms, ROMAN uses a rating system to determine the condition of different aspects of a road pavement. This is usually undertaken on a three year cycle to determine the road condition at the time. The rating figures are then deteriorated, using a predicted deterioration model, over several years to determine the works program.

 

In this instance the City’s road network was analysed using ROMAN to determine which roads will be requiring attention in the next five (5) years.  Site inspections were then carried out on the list of roads predicted by ROMAN to confirm the condition of the road seal with adjustments made to the database as necessary. The data is then further re-evaluated to obtain a final list.

Detail

A report on road status was produced through ROMAN resulting in a list of 620 different sections of sealed road requiring further inspection with regard to possible resealing. After the inspections, this list was reduced to 115 sections of road requiring attention.

 

 

Some of these roads have been identified as roads that are subject to future road upgrade and/or reconstruction by the developers of abutting land subdivision as part of its condition of subdivisional development. These have been listed in Table 2 of Attachment 1.  Although these roads have been listed for attention within the next five years, they will be not be considered within this resealing program. These roads will be closely monitored and routine maintainance  carried out as necessary until such time land development occurs adjacent these roads.

 

There are also roads that will require more substantial work like re-grading, surface corrections, total reconstruction, realignment and/or the provision of  kerbing and drainage in conjunction with road surface improvements.  These roads have also been deleted from the resealing program and will be considered separately with the City’s Road Construction Program.  These road have been listed in Table 3 of Attachment 1.

 

The remaining list of road sections were rated, taking into consideration the following criteria, and then weighted as follow:-

 

1.  Traffic volume (AWT)                   20%

2.  Road class                                      10%

3.  Commercial vehicle content           20%

4.  Maintenance history                       35%

5.  Current Road Condition Rating    15%

 

The cost to reseal the subject road sections was then estimated and measured against the weighted ratings, producing a priority listing based on cost benefit ratios measured against the road section length. Table 1 of Attachment 1 shows the results of this priority matrix.

Comment

The majority of the roads listed have chip seal as the pavement surface and have been built to rural standards. Improving the riding surface of these roads to asphalt will generally double the reseal cost and it is not suggested that all the rural standard roads be upgraded to asphalt roads. However, there will be instances whereby the landuse may have changed to urban or commercial purposes in which case it would be more appropriate that these roads be resurfaced as asphalt roads. In most cases though, should land development occur adjacent to these roads prior to the City’s works, the developers will generally be required to upgrade these roads as a condition of development.  These have been identified in Table 2 of Attachment 1.

 

It is also noted that the estimated costs tabled in Table 1 of Attachment 1, which have been based on current resealing unit rates, reflect the replacement of the seal surface to the existing standards and are indicative only and will require more detailed assessment to determine exact cost.  The estimated costs do however provide an indication of the magnitude of costs involved in the resealing program.

 

The ranking of these roads that require attention will enable Council to implement a Road Resealing Program on a prioritised basis.

Statutory Compliance

Nil

Strategic Implications

The proposed Road Resealing Program is consistent with the City of Wanneroo Strategic Plan (2002/2005) goals and strategies:

 

            Healthy Communities

            2.3 Support and encourage the delivery of a safe and effective transport network and

2.5 Provide and manage infrastructure to meet the needs of our community.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

The City’s past annual expenditure relating to Road Preservation is as detailed below:-

 

Budget Year

Municipal Funding Source

External Funding Source

2000/2001 – Metropolitan Regional Road Program

$ 460,766

$ 497,930

                      – Local Roads

$ 149,954

$            0

2001/2002 – Metropolitan Regional Road Program

$ 282,673

$ 464,310

                      – Local Roads

$ 119,471

$            0

2002/2003 – Metropolitan Regional Road Program

$ 166,324

$ 332,648

  (Budget)   – Local Roads

$ 200,000

$            0

 

Municipal funds allocated annually in the past for the resealing of local roads that do not attract external funding has been in the order of $100,000 to $200,000. The cost of the program as predicted for the next five years as shown in Table 1 of Attachment 1 totals $ 1,935,000.  Based on past year’s budget figures, completion of this program will not be achievable within the next five years and would be a huge impost on the City’s future annual Capital Works Budget. On consideration of a realistic program of works and past history, an annual funding commitment in the order of $400,000 needs be established for the resealing of these roads on a prioritised basis.  It must be noted that more roads will be added to this list in years to come as they age, thus requiring continual monitoring by City Administration with continued commitment of funding by Council on an indefinite basis.

Voting Requirements

Absolute Majority

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Recommendation

That Council: -

1.             CONSIDERS the allocation of funds annually in the order of $400,000 (over and above the commitment of funds associated with the Metropolitan Regional Road Funding Program) in the City’s annual Capital Works Road Preservation Budget for the resealing of roads.

2.             UNDERTAKES an annual review of the Road Resealing Program, prioritises the road resealing projects listed and presents an annual report on the revised program.

3.             ENDORSES the Road Resealing Program effective as at April 2003 for review as part of Council’s consideration of the Draft 2003/2004 Capital Works Budget.

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TABLE 1 :      Proposed Road Resealing Program for consideration in the City’s Capital Works Budget on a priority basis .

ATTACHMENT 1

 

 

 

 

Road Name

Suburb

Treatment Type

Total Road Length
(m)

Treated Segment
slk start –

Slk end

Road Segment Length
(m)

 Approx. Cost

Priority Rating

 

Hawkins Road

Jandabup

Chip Reseal

4190

1.04-2.08

1040

 $     42,000

1

 

Hawkins Road

Jandabup

Chip Reseal

4190

0.45-0.79

340

 $     14,000

2

 

Knight Road

Gnangara

Chip Reseal

600

0.00-0.60

600

 $     24,000

3

 

Rousset Road

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

3520

1.30-1.87

570

 $     23,000

4

 

Ross Street

Gnangara

Chip Reseal

1370

0.90-1.37

470

 $     19,000

5

 

Belgrade Road

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

1900

0.54-0.83

290

 $     12,000

6

 

Badgerup Road

Gnangara

Chip Reseal

4210

0.00-0.24

240

 $     10,000

7

 

Trichet Road

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

1690

0.00-0.94

940

 $     38,000

8

 

Tapping Street

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

390

0.00-0.39

390

 $     16,000

9

 

Gibbs Road

Nowergup

Chip Reseal

4970

2.94-3.37

430

 $     18,000

10

 

Benmuni Road

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

2980

1.29-2.98

1690

 $     68,000

11

 

Old Yanchep Road

Carabooda

Chip Reseal

14460

8.43-9.25

820

 $     33,000

12

 

Gibbs Road

Nowergup

Chip Reseal

4970

3.56-4.97

1410

 $     57,000

13

 

Beonaddy Road

Eglinton

Chip Reseal

300

0.00-0.30

300

 $     12,000

14

 

Safari Place

Carabooda

Chip Reseal

1100

0.50-1.05

550

 $     22,000

15

 

Walding Road

Carabooda

Chip Reseal

920

0.00-0.92

920

 $     37,000

16

 

Benmuni Road

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

2980

0.55-1.29

740

 $     30,000

17

 

Elliot Road

Wanneroo

Asphalt Reseal

2700

2.23-2.70

470

 $     41,000

18

 

Berwyn Road

Girrawheen

Asphalt Reseal

260

0.06-0.23

170

 $     15,000

19

 

High Road

Wanneroo

Asphalt Reseal

1460

1.04-1.46

420

 $     37,000

20

 

Hastings Street

Wanneroo

Asphalt Reseal

370

0.00-0.06

60

 $       6,000

21

 

Driftwood Rise

Quinns Rocks

Asphalt Reseal

270

0.00-0.27

270

 $     24,000

22

 

Barndie Way

Wanneroo

Asphalt Reseal

290

0.15-0.29

140

 $     13,000

23

 

Cooinda Close

Quinns Rocks

Asphalt Reseal

180

0.00-0.18

180

 $     16,000

24

 

Gayford Way

Girrawheen

Asphalt Reseal

770

0.00-0.77

770

 $     67,000

25

 

Casuarina Way

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

1980

1.03-1.98

950

 $     38,000

26

 

Shillington Way

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

1170

0.50-1.00

500

 $     20,000

27

 

Menchetti Road

Neerabup

Chip Reseal

480

0.00-0.48

480

 $     20,000

28

 

James Street

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

380

0.00-0.38

380

 $     16,000

29

 

Ellerby Way

Koondoola

Asphalt Reseal

580

0.10-0.58

480

 $     42,000

30

 

Arnos Way

Girrawheen

Asphalt Reseal

570

0.00-0.57

570

 $     50,000

31

 

Edgington Crescent

Koondoola

Asphalt Reseal

400

0.00-0.10

100

 $       9,000

32

 

Kelly Road

Girrawheen

Asphalt Reseal

190

0.09-0.19

100

 $       9,000

33

 

Allinson Drive

Girrawheen

Asphalt Reseal

700

0.60-0.70

100

 $       9,000

34

 

O'Grady Way

Girrawheen

Asphalt Reseal

360

0.00-0.36

360

 $     32,000

35

 

Ranch Road

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

1020

0.60-0.90

300

 $     12,000

36

 

Stoney Road

Gnangara

Chip Reseal

1200

0.00-1.20

1200

 $     48,000

37

 

Wells Street

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

650

0.00-0.65

650

 $     26,000

38

 

Shillington Way

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

1170

0.00-0.50

500

 $     20,000

39

 

Bushland Retreat

Carramar

Chip Reseal

1110

0.00-0.45

450

 $     18,000

40

 

Doryanthes Place

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

400

0.00-0.40

400

 $     16,000

41

 

Carmignani Road

Gnangara

Chip Reseal

920

0.00-0.30

300

 $     12,000

42

 

Edward Street

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

200

0.00-0.20

200

 $       8,000

43

 

Zest Court

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

200

0.00-0.20

200

 $       8,000

44

 

Stafford Way

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

910

0.10-0.30

200

 $       8,000

45

 

Paini Way

Jandabup

Chip Reseal

2310

1.50-1.90

400

 $     16,000

46

 

Paini Way

Jandabup

Chip Reseal

2310

0.28-1.50

1220

 $     49,000

47

 

Romeo Road

Carabooda

Chip Reseal

770

0.00-0.77

770

 $     31,000

48

 

Bailey Road

Carabooda

Chip Reseal

1460

0.00-1.46

1460

 $     59,000

49

 

Canna Place

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

520

0.00-0.47

470

 $     19,000

50

 

Facey Road

Gnangara

Chip Reseal

420

0.00-0.42

420

 $     17,000

51

 

Pinelake Trail

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

370

0.00-0.37

370

 $     15,000

52

 

Bernborough Place

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

370

0.00-0.32

320

 $     13,000

53

 

Seminara Place

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

270

0.00-0.27

270

 $     11,000

54

 

Via Vista Drive

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

1390

0.85-1.39

540

 $     22,000

55

 

Honey Street

Mariginiup

Chip Reseal

660

0.00-0.66

660

 $     27,000

56

 

Wattle Avenue

Nowergup

Chip Reseal

6180

0.00-0.39

390

 $     16,000

57

 

Leach Way

Gnangara

Chip Reseal

340

0.00-0.34

340

 $     14,000

58

 

Greenlees Way

Carabooda

Chip Reseal

460

0.00-0.46

460

 $     19,000

59

 

Paini Way

Jandabup

Chip Reseal

2310

1.90-2.31

410

 $     17,000

60

 

Safari Place

Carabooda

Chip Reseal

1100

0.02-0.50

480

 $     20,000

61

 

Stafford Way

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

910

0.67-0.91

240

 $     10,000

62

 

Bernard Road

Carabooda

Chip Reseal

3140

0.00-0.12

120

 $       5,000

63

 

Casuarina Way

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

1980

0.04-0.35

310

 $     13,000

64

 

Chicquita Place

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

310

0.00-0.31

310

 $     13,000

65

 

Rome Road

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

310

0.00-0.31

310

 $     13,000

66

 

Grisker Road

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

600

0.00-0.19

190

 $       8,000

67

 

Trian Road

Carabooda

Chip Reseal

260

0.00-0.26

260

 $     11,000

68

 

Aquinita Place

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

280

0.00-0.28

280

 $     12,000

69

 

Lacey Road

Eglinton

Chip Reseal

140

0.00-0.14

140

 $       6,000

70

 

Brinckley Crescent

Koondoola

Asphalt Reseal

840

0.26-0.56

300

 $     26,000

71

 

Topeka Place

Wanneroo

Asphalt Reseal

300

0.00-0.30

300

 $     26,000

72

 

Lalina Way

Wanneroo

Asphalt Reseal

530

0.00-0.53

530

 $     46,000

73

 

Grevillea Court

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

270

0.00-0.23

230

 $     10,000

74

 

Wanjina Crescent

Wanneroo

Asphalt Reseal

650

0.17-0.65

480

 $     42,000

75

 

Weatherley Drive

Two Rocks

Asphalt Reseal

650

0.00-0.65

650

 $     57,000

76

 

Callison Way

Koondoola

Asphalt Reseal

920

0.00-0.58

580

 $     51,000

77

 

Meldrum Way

Koondoola

Asphalt Reseal

450

0.10-0.45

350

 $     31,000

78

 

Albert Court

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

180

0.00-0.18

180

 $       8,000

79

 

McCall Place

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

90

0.00-0.09

90

 $       4,000

80

 

Evelyn Court

Wanneroo

Chip Reseal

130

0.00-0.13

130

 $       6,000

81

 

Heritage Terrace

Gnangara

Chip Reseal

420

0.29-0.42

130

 $       6,000

82

 

Nautical Court

Yanchep

Asphalt Reseal

170

0.00-0.17

170

 $     15,000

83

 

Norrie Court

Koondoola

Asphalt Reseal

90

0.00-0.09

90

 $       8,000

84

 

Lanrick Place

Girrawheen

Asphalt Reseal

190

0.00-0.19

190

 $     17,000

85

 

Yera Place

Wanneroo

Asphalt Reseal

120

0.003-0.12

120

 $     11,000

86

 

Totals of the Program 

38,310

$ 1,935,000

 

 


 

TABLE 2 :      Roads which are due for resurfacing within the next five years but are subject to upgrading by abutting land development.

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Road Name

Suburb

Existing Seal Type

Total Road Length
(m)

Treated Segment
slk start – slk end

Road Segment Length
(m)

 

Windsor Road

Wangara

Chip Seal

810

0.00-0.25

250

 

Lancaster Road

Wangara

Chip Seal

1050

0.26-1.05

790

 

Wyatt Road

Hocking

Chip Seal

750

0.00-0.75

750

 

Clarkson Avenue

Tapping

Chip Seal

2170

0.73-2.15

1420

 

Pederick Road

Neerabup

Chip Seal

930

0.30-0.93

630

 

Landsdale Road

Darch

Chip Seal

3800

0.00-1.00

1000

 

Landsdale Road

Darch

Chip Seal

3800

1.00-2.82

1820

 

Mary Street

Pearsall

Chip Seal

2420

1.64-2.32

680

 

Mary Street

Pearsall

Chip Seal

2420

0.51-1.00

490

 

Kingsway

Darch

Asphalt Seal

5390

2.90-3.21

310

 

Dundebar Road

Sinagra

Asphalt Seal

2850

0.80-1.74

940

 

Ashley Road

Tapping

Chip Seal

770

0.00-0.54

540

 

Susan Road

Madeley

Chip Seal

680

0.00-0.68

680

 

Ashley Road

Tapping

Asphalt Seal

770

0.54-0.77

230

 

Parri Road

Wangara

Chip Seal

2310

0.30-0.45

150

 

Kemp Street

Pearsall

Chip Seal

1050

0.00-1.05

1050

 

Vincent Road

Wanneroo

Chip Seal

1970

1.33-1.97

640

 

Windsor Road

Wangara

Chip Seal

810

0.25-0.81

560

 

Carripan Road

Darch

Chip Seal

340

0.01-0.24

230

 

Vincent Road

Sinagra

Asphalt Seal

1970

0.00-0.49

490

 

 

 

TABLE 3 :      Roads that are due for resealing within the next five years which will be subject to road upgrade and reconstruction.

 

 

Road Name

Suburb

Existing Seal Type

Total Road Length
(m)

Treated Segment
slk start – slk end

Road Segment Length
(m)

 

Wesco Road

Nowergup

Chip Seal

6000

0.00-3.10

410

 

Karoborup Road

Carabooda

Chip Seal

4260

0.00-1.39

380

 

View Terrace

Quinns Rocks

Chip Seal

410

0.00-0.41

3100

 

Ocean Drive

Quinns Rocks

Chip Seal

3080

0.38-0.76

1390

 

Ocean Drive

Quinns Rocks

Chip Seal

3080

0.94-1.82

880

 

Tyson Place

Quinns Rocks

Chip Seal

260

0.00-0.26

260

 

Smales Road

Quinns Rocks

Chip Seal

100

0.00-0.10

100

 

Starrs Road

Quinns Rocks

Chip Seal

390

0.00-0.39

390

 

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14.            Pt04-03/03 - Median Trees, Highclere Boulevard, Marangaroo

File Ref:                                              R19/0001V01

Responsible Officer:                           Director, Technical Services

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Author:  Trevor Quinn

Meeting Date:  29 April 2003

Attachments:  1

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Level 3 Approval by jan Date 14 April 2003

Level 2 Approval by jan Date 13 April 2003

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Issue

To consider a petition requesting the installation of median trees in Highclere Boulevard, Marangaroo from Marangaroo Drive to Hepburn Avenue to complement the recently completed Blackspot Project and roundabout construction at the intersection with Berkley Avenue.

Background

A fifty seven (57) signature petition from residents was received by Council at its meeting on 18 March 2003 requesting Council to consider planting of trees in the Highclere Boulevard Median strip as part of its current street works.

 

Recent works undertaken by the City in Highclere Boulevard were to:

 

1.  Provide a roundabout at the intersection of Highclere Boulevard and Berkley Road as recommended by the Marangaroo Precinct Traffic Management Study.

 

2.  Address Blackspot accident concerns by installing both kerbed traffic pedestrian and painted median islands in Highclere Boulevard.

 

Neither of these projects included allowance for the provision of median trees.

Detail

As part of the City’s 2002/2003 Capital Works Budget two (2) projects were listed to undertake works in Highclere Boulevard, these being a roundabout at the intersection with Berkley Road and a kerbed and painted median for the whole length of Highclere Boulevard from Hepburn Avenue to Marangaroo Drive.

 

The roundabout works included landscaping of the central annulus, but did not incorporate any median tree planting.

 

The median treatment was granted Blackspot Funding from the Statement Government to “assist vunerable road users such as pedestrians to access bus-stops, shops and community facilities in addition to slowing down vehicular speeds”.  No funding was allocated for median tree planting.

Consultation

As part of the design process, and prior to construction commencing, residents affected by proposed works to the road network will be contacted seeking their concurrence with the proposal.  At the time this report was prepared consultation was being actioned with comment received to be assessed for inclusion or deletion from the project.  Should there be a need to review locations of the proposed median trees then revised drawings will be prepared prior to issue for construction.

Comment

The installation of median islands, incorporating trees, in conjunction with the construction of roundabouts, has become a standard traffic calming treatment for Local Distributor roads.  Median trees were not included in the Backspot submission for Highclere Boulevard as they did not specifically address the crash issues. On this basis City Administration has prepared a Median Tree Planting plan (City of Wanneroo Drawing Numbers T1836-1-1 to 6) detailing proposed location of  twenty (20) trees in the existing median.  A copy of these drawings are attached to the report – refer to Attachment 1.  This proposal details a typically standard painted median with islands and tree wells.

 

As part of the traffic management design process, generally a mixture of traffic islands to ensure correct vehicle manoeuvres at intersections, combined with the provision of crossing places at locations between junctions and intermediate trees, provides a balanced traffic calming treatment and streetscape.

 

Trees are not located at intersections in order to ensure adequate sight lines are maintained for vehicles, similarly, adjacent to residential crossovers in order to avoid conflict for residents gaining access to and from their properties.

 

This proposal incorporates these design considerations.

Statutory Compliance

Nil

Strategic Implications

The traffic calming of local distributor roads is consistent with the City of Wanneroo Strategic Plan (2002-2005) goals and strategies:

 

Healthy Communities

            2.3   Support and encourage the delivery of a safe and effective transport network.

2.4   Support safe and secure communities

2.6   Provide and manage infrastructure to meet the needs of the community.

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Funding of $14,000 remains unexpended in Project No 3256 Marangaroo Traffic Management Scheme Works. The budget estimate for the installation of median trees, to accommodate the petition request, is $22,300, a shortfall of $8,300.  It is proposed that this shortfall be funded from the Infrastructure Services Consultancy Account.

 

Allowance to undertake development of the City of Wanneroo Streetscape and Traffic Management Guidelines for which $25,000 has been allocated in the 2002/2003 Operating Budget is deemed by City Administration to no longer be required.  Main Roads WA has recently initiated a review of their traffic management guidelines for local roads in conjunction with the Institute for Public Works Engineering. The City will ­have input into this review.  The Main Roads WA document will be representative of State requirements and will reflect a more uniform direction for designers and ultimately road users. It is therefore advised that expenditure on developing the City’s own guidelines is no longer justifiable.

 

As a consequence of this redistribution in funds a sum of $16,700 is available for further reallocation.

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority

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Recommendation

That Council:-

1.             AGREES to the installation of median trees in Highclere Boulevard, Marangaroo as detailed on City of Wanneroo Drawing Numbers T1836-1-1 to 6 as shown on Attachment 1.

2.             NOTES the following budget amendment to reflect the additional expenditure of $8,300 to accommodate the shortfall of funding to provide for the installation of median trees in Highclere Boulevard, Marangaroo.

Account/Project  No.

From

To

Comment

51-60-62-622-4201-0001

$8,300

 

Infrastructure Services Consultancy Account – Streetscape and Traffic Guidelines Initiative

Project No 3256

 

$8,300

Marangaroo Traffic Management Scheme Works

 

3.             ADVISES the petition organiser that median trees will be installed in Highclere Boulevard, Marangaroo.

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15.            Pt09-02/03 - Landscaping Of The Sinagra Heights Estate Verge, Dundebar Road, Sinagra

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Level 3 Approval by jan Date 14 April 2003

Level 2 Approval by jan Date 13 April 2003

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Responsible Officer:                           Director, Technical Services

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Author:   Rob Korenhof

Attachment:                                        2

Meeting Date:  29 April 2003

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Issue

To consider a petition requesting the provision of landscaping to the Sinagra Heights Estate verge, Dundebar Road, Sinagra.

Background

A 114 signature petition was received from residents of the Sinagra Heights Estate at the Council meeting held on 25 February 2003. The petitioners requesting Council’s consideration for the landscaping of the Dundebar Road verge immediately adjacent to the Estate (northern side of Dundebar Road between Griffiths Road to the east and Elizabeth Road to the west).  The Estate is located within the suburb of Sinagra and can be accessed from Dundebar Road via either Bibbulmun Entrance or Griffiths Road – refer to Attachment 1 for a location plan.

 

The Estate was initially developed in the 1990’s with the Dundebar Road road reserve boundary immediately adjacent to the Estate adjusted as part of land subdivisional approval to allow for the future road realignment and widening of Dundebar Road between Griffiths Road to the east and Civic Drive to the west, inclusive of associated traffic treatments.  The future road realignment, widening and traffic treatments proposed for Dundebar Road is to be funded through infrastructure contributions arising out of land subdivisional development linked to Cell 2 of the East Wanneroo Structure Plan.

 

The verge consists of naturally sustained grass, which browns off over the summer months.  Some four wheel drive/motorbike activity has resulted in degradation of the surface and as a consequence sand patches have developed.  City Operations personnel undertake mowing of this verge on two or three occasions throughout the year subject to grass growth.

Detail

In review of the site constraints, any landscaping works undertaken in advance of road realignment, widening and traffic treatment work proposed for Dundebar Road immediately adjacent to the Estate needs to be implemented in such a manner that neither landscaping nor future roadworks is compromised.

 

As the City does not irrigate road reserve verges, with the exception of those verges immediately adjacent to irrigated public open space, City Administrationl in reviewing the request for landscaping of the Dundebar Road verge immediately adjacent to the Estate needed to consider landscaping options that are self sustaining.  As a consequence, the proposed landscaping concept that has been developed on a non-irrigated basis is described as follows:

·         The area outside of the influence of the future road realignment and widening work inclusive of traffic treatments to be planted with tubestock protected by guards and mulched. 

·         Plant species chosen as tubestock to be predominantly local native species selected and planted to create a multi-storeyed screen between Dundebar Road and the Estate.

·         Trees (45 litre bag size) to be planted at approximately 20 metre centres within the tubestock area. In the initial stages of es