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BRIEFING PAPERS

FOR ELECTED MEMBERS’

BRIEFING SESSION

 

Draft Only

 

 

 

 

 

to be held at

the Civic Centre

Dundebar Road, Wanneroo

on 24 April, 2012 commencing at 6.00pm


PROCEDURE FOR FULL COUNCIL BRIEFING

PRINCIPLES

A Council Briefing occurs a week prior to the Ordinary Council Meeting and 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 and 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.   The agenda will take the form of:

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 Ordinary 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 Ordinary 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 Council Briefing agenda will be distributed to Elected Members on the FRIDAY prior to the Council 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 Council Briefing session and are reserved for prior to the Ordinary Council meeting.

 

RECORD OF BRIEFING

The formal record of the Council 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 are not distributed to Elected Members or the public. 

 

LOCATION

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


 

 

 

Briefing Papers for Tuesday 24 April, 2012

 

 

 

 

CONTENTS

 

Item  1_____ Attendances_ 1

Item  2_____ Apologies and Leave of Absence_ 1

Item  3_____ Reports_ 1

Planning and Sustainability  1

Development Applications  1

3.1                         Lot 20 (69) Rousset Road, Mariginiup - Consideration of DA2011/1119 (Amendments to Intensive Agriculture Land Use) and DA2012/33 (Change of Use to Industry - Rural) 1

3.2                         Commercial Development at Lot 19 (20) Clarkson Avenue, Tapping  32

Other Matters  56

3.3                         Subdivisional Retaining Walls Over 3.0 Metres in Height - Lot 122 Capricorn Esplanade, Yanchep (WAPC 143197) 56

City Businesses  61

Customer Relations  61

3.4                         Customer Service Charter  61

Regulatory Services  81

3.5                         Application To Keep More Than Two Dogs  81

Infrastructure  85

Community Development  85

Corporate Strategy & Performance  85

Finance  85

3.6                         Warrant of Payments for the Period to 31 March 2012  85

3.7                         Write Off Outstanding Sundry Debtors  154

Governance  157

3.8                         Review of Recognition - Elected Members Policy  157

3.9                         Donations to be Considered by Council - May 2012  164

3.10                      Amendment to Council's Delegated Authority Register - Part 9.1 : Structure Planning  170

Chief Executive Office  176

Item  4_____ Motions on Notice_ 176

Item  5_____ To Be Tabled at the Briefing_ 176

5.1                         Reconsideration of Amendment 115 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 – Smart Growth Community Zone Jindee  176

5.2                         Arts 2012  176

5.3                         Community Funding March Round  176

5.4                         Salaried Officers Collective Enterprise Agreement 2012  176

5.5                         Advocacy Plan 2012-2013  176

Item  6_____ Public Question Time_ 176

Item  7_____ Confidential_ 177

7.1                         Development Application - Four Light Security Poles - Lot 1378 (6) Jindalee Boulevard, Jindalee (DA2012/264) 177

7.2                         Senior Staff Contracts  177

Item  8_____ Date of Next Meeting_ 178

Item  9_____ Closure_ 178

 


Agenda

Item  1      Attendances

Item  2      Apologies and Leave of Absence

Item  3      Reports

Declarations of Interest by Elected Members, including the nature and extent of the interest. Declaration of Interest forms to be completed and handed to the Chief Executive Officer.

Planning and Sustainability

Development Applications

3.1    Lot 20 (69) Rousset Road, Mariginiup - Consideration of DA2011/1119 (Amendments to Intensive Agriculture Land Use) and DA2012/33 (Change of Use to Industry - Rural)

File Ref:                                              DEV11/1501 – 12/22857

Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       7         

 

Issue

To consider a development application to amend the conditions of planning approval for an Intensive Agriculture (mushroom growing) land use (DA2005/675) at Lot 20 Rousset Road, Mariginiup, together with a second development application for the addition of a Rural Industry land use at the property.

 

Applicant

Thi Chinh Doung, Van Phu Doan and Van Tiep Doan (Lion Mushrooms).

Owner

Thi Chinh Doung, Van Phu Doan and Van Tiep Doan

Location

Lot 20 (69), Mariginiup. Rousset Road, Mariginiup.

Site Area

7.9330 Ha

DPS 2 Zoning

Rural Resource

 

 

 

Background

On 13 September 2005 an application was lodged with the City seeking approval for Intensive Agriculture (mushroom farm) at Lot 20 Rousset Road, Mariginiup. Intensive Agriculture is defined under the City’s District Planning Scheme No. 2 (DPS 2) as follows:

 

“Intensive Agriculture : means any land or buildings used for trade or commercial purposes for the following:

 

(a)     the production of grapes, vegetables, flowers, exotic and native plants, fruits and nuts (including market gardens); or

(b)     the establishment of and operation of plant and fruit nurseries; or

(c)     the development of land for irrigated fodder product and irrigated pasture (including turf farms).”

 

On 9 January 2006, an approval for Intensive Agriculture on the subject lot was issued (DA2005/675) under delegated authority, subject to several conditions, with condition (2) being - “the intensive agriculture use, mushroom growing, shall be carried out in accordance with the submitted correspondence dated 5 December 2005 to the satisfaction of the Manager Planning Services”. Among other things, this correspondence (included as Attachment 1) stated that the Intensive Agriculture would operate between the hours of 8am and 4pm four to five days per week; would have an annual mushroom production of 200 tonnes; would employ up to 10 people; and compost would be delivered to the property in 25 kilogram bags. Given condition (2), further approval is required if the operation is be carried out in any manner inconsistent with the correspondence that was submitted on 5 December 2005.

 

Between 21 October 2011 and 13 January 2012, the City received several complaints about the subject property regarding compost delivery, box manufacturing, operating hours and employees living on site. The City’s Planning Compliance Officers commenced investigation into these complaints on 8 November 2011, and found that the mushroom farm was not being operated in accordance with condition (2) of DA2005/675, as compost was being delivered to the property by truck, and the applicant was operating for longer than the approved hours. As a result of discussions with the City’s Planning Compliance Officers, and action taken by the City, the applicant has since reverted back to operating the Intensive Agriculture in accordance with the conditions of approval. However, on 21 November 2011, the City received an application for planning approval (DA2011/1119) for a retrospective amendment to the existing approval for Intensive Agriculture (DA2005/675). The application was submitted as retrospective because at the time of submission, the activity was not being operated in accordance with Condition (2) of DA2005/675.

 

On 23 January 2012, the City received a further application (DA2012/33) for planning approval for a Change of Use to Rural Industry for one of the existing sheds on Lot 20 Rousset Road. A Rural Industry land use is defined in DPS 2 as follows:

 

“Industry – rural : means an industry handling, treating, processing or packaging primary products grown, reared or produced in the locality, and a workshop used for the servicing of plant or equipment used for rural purposes in the locality.”

 

It is both of the abovementioned development applications, DA2011/1119 and DA2012/33 which are the subject of this report. The City’s Planning Compliance Officer’s are continuing to carry out inspections of the subject property approximately fortnightly, which commenced on 13 January 2012, to ensure operations continue to operate in compliance with the current approval.

Detail

The subject land is depicted on the location plan included as Attachment 2, while Attachment 3 depicts a site plan showing the location of the land uses currently occurring on the property, and those proposed under the two new applications. These two proposals are detailed below.

 

Proposal 1: Development Application 2011/1119 – Amendment to DA2005/675 Intensive Agriculture.

 

The applicant is seeking to vary the operating conditions of the mushroom farm set out in condition (2) of the approval for DA2005/675 in the following ways:

 

·        Extend the operating hours from 8am - 4pm four to five days per week, to 7am - 10pm five to seven days per week;

·        An expansion in anticipated annual mushroom production, from 200 tonnes to approximately 520 tonnes;

·        An increase in associated vehicle movements to 10 – 15 trips per day, the number of vehicle movements was not prescribed under DA2005/675;

·        An increase in staff from 7 - 10 people to 10 -15 people.

 

The applicant has advised that the longer hours of operation are necessary in order to account for fluctuations in mushroom production, and the need to ensure produce is delivered to buyers on time. Although the applicant does not expect to utilise the longer hours all the time, it is expected that there will be times of the year when an increased mushroom yield requires operations to occur until 10pm seven nights per week.

 

Proposal 2: Development application 2012/33 – Change of use to Rural Industry (Processing and packaging fruit and vegetable).

 

The applicant is also proposing a change of use for one shed on the property from a ‘Rural Use’ to an ‘Industry – rural.’ The proposal requests the:

 

·        Use of one existing shed (marked as “Proposed area for Rural Industry” on the site plan included as Attachment 3) for the handling, treating, processing, and packaging of fruits and vegetables which are grown and produced in the locality;

·        Hours of operation to be between 7am and 10pm, five to seven days per week, depending on the quantity of crops and the temperature; and

·        Up to 5 truck movements to and from the property per day.

 

As with the Intensive Agriculture use, the hours of operation for the Rural Industry use will vary depending on the season, and the need to collect/receive, pack and load fruit and vegetables on trucks to be delivered to the markets.

Consultation

An Intensive Agriculture land use is a ‘P’ (Permitted as of right) use in the Rural Resource zone, and therefore advertising is not mandated under the City’s DPS 2.  However, based on complaints received regarding the operation of the mushroom farm, Administration decided to advertise Proposal 1. Advertising to nearby property owners commenced initially on 8 December 2011, with the closing date for comment being 6 January 2012. Advertising was conducted by way of a letter which was issued to the owners of properties within a 500 metre radius of the sheds where the Intensive Agriculture activity is carried out.

 

During the advertising period, Administration received community feedback that this 500 metre radius was insufficient, and furthermore, that over the Christmas period residents would be busy and would not have the chance to respond to the City regarding the application. In response, the advertising period was extended to 19 January 2012 and the advertising area was extended to include the owners of all properties within 500 metres of the boundaries of Lot 20.  The City sent a revised letter to nearby landowners, advising them of the proposal and the new closing date for comments.

 

At the conclusion of the advertising period, 21 submissions had been received. Of the submissions received the majority (19) were opposed to the proposal, while two were in support. The main issues raised during the advertising period and following a detailed assessment by Administration relate to the following:

 

1.       The current operation should have been advertised for public comment before being approved by the City in 2006;

 

2.       The Intensive Agriculture activity adversely impacts on the amenity of the community;

 

3.       The proposal is inconsistent with the intentions of the East Wanneroo Structure Plan (EWSP) which marks the area for potential future urban development;  and

 

4.       Boxes are being manufactured on the property and sold commercially for off-site users.

 

Attachment 4 contains a summary of submissions received and a cross-reference to the submitters that raised the issues listed, along with Administration’s response to each issue. Attachment 5 provides a list of submitters that can be cross-referenced to the schedule of submissions in Attachment 4. A further plan is included as Attachment 6 that depicts the location of the properties belonging to both supporters and objectors to the proposal. 

 

The use ‘Rural Industry’ is a ‘P’ (Permitted) use in the Rural Resource zone.  Advertising of this use is not required under DPS 2. As the same operating hours for the property were advertised in Proposal 1, it was not considered necessary to advertise Proposal 2 for the change of use to Rural Industry.  In any event, it is expected that the submissions on Proposal 1 will be applicable and relevant to Proposal 2.  As these two applications are inter- related, they are being presented to Council together, thus enabling the submissions on Proposal 1 to also be considered in the context of Proposal 2.

Comment

Major issued raised by submitters

 

The four major issues raised by submitters are discussed in detail below.

 

1.       Existing Intensive Agriculture (mushroom farm) approval (DA2005/675)

 

Several submitters commented that the approval which was issued for the existing Intensive Agriculture (mushroom farm) in 2006 (DA2005/675), did not follow the appropriate protocol as it was not advertised. However, as Intensive Agriculture is a ‘P’ (Permitted) use in the Rural Resource zone under DPS 2, advertising of such a proposal is not required and the City could not withhold approval of that land use on the basis of its inappropriateness, but could only apply conditions to the approval. The original application was also not advertised because the application (at that time) outlined stringent operating conditions, with hours being 8am - 4pm, compost being delivered in 25 kilogram bags, and staff being limited to 7 to 10 people, and, because the proposal involved a relocation of the business from another property at Wells Street, Mariginiup, where it was apparent that the operation was being undertaken in a manner which did not impact on adjacent residents. The approval was conditioned in a manner which required the Intensive Agriculture to operate strictly as prescribed. Now that an amendment to these conditions has been sought and because there have been complaints about the property, it was considered appropriate to advertise these proposed changes for public comment.

 

2.       Amenity

 

Several submissions were received that were concerned with the impact that the Intensive Agriculture activity has on the amenity of the community. The majority of these submissions related to the noise and lights associated with a large number of trucks entering and exiting the property.

 

As indicated above, the City has in the past received noise complaints against the subject property, however, any noise which is generated by non-farming activities on the subject property is required to comply with the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997 at all times.

On each occasion that a noise complaint has been received by the City, the City’s Health Officers requested that residents affected by the noise submit a noise log sheet as per the City’s noise complaint procedure. To date, the City has not received any noise complaint against this property that accords with the City’s noise procedures. In the event that a noise complaint is received, the City’s Health Officers have advised that this would be investigated and (if substantiated) the property owner would be required to undertake appropriate measures to ensure compliance with the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997. Whilst there are noise exemptions for farming vehicles on rural properties between the hours of sunrise and sunset, the definition of ‘farming vehicle’ in these regulations does not extend to delivery trucks.  As such, the noise generated by these delivery trucks must comply with the regulations.

 

Several submissions also raised the issue of the smell associated with compost production on the subject property. This issue has also been investigated by the City’s Planning Compliance and Health Officers, who found that open compost had started to be delivered and dumped on the property in breach of condition (2) of planning approval DA2005/675, which required compost to be delivered in 25 kilogram bags. Following action by the City’s Planning Compliance Officers this activity has now ceased. Notwithstanding this matter, the property is required to comply with the Health Act 1911, which covers nuisances such as odours.

 

The Health Act details that if an accumulation or deposit exists which is offensive or dangerous to health, this is deemed a nuisance and a breach of the Act. The Act however, also establishes the defence that if the nuisance is incidental to the reasonable and proper carrying on of a trade, and if the best practicable means have been taken to prevent the nuisance, the nuisance is deemed not to exist.  The use of pre-packaged compost reduces the odour which is normally associated with onsite composting. It is therefore considered that currently, all practicable, reasonable and proper efforts have been made to prevent the nuisance occurring as a result of the operations of the Intensive Agriculture activity.

 

Further to the above, it is important to note that submissions received in support of the application were received by the owners of properties directly adjoining the mushroom farm, one of which includes the residence in closest proximity to the sheds where the Intensive Agriculture activity is being carried out. These submitters indicated that they had not experienced any nuisance from the noise or odour as a result of activities on the property. In particular, these submitters commented that the regular noises associated with the activity were not intrusive. 

 

3.       East Wanneroo Structure Plan (EWSP) Final Report 2011

 

The EWSP Final Report 2011 depicts the subject property and surrounding land as having potential for future urban development. Many submitters expressed concern about the impact the mushroom farm may have on the subdivision potential and value of nearby properties, in particular due to a 500 metre ‘buffer zone’ shown on the EWSP around the mushroom farm. Many submitters also commented that approval of the land use is not in line with the intentions of the EWSP.

 

In relation to these concerns, it must be noted that the EWSP has been prepared and adopted by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC); it has not been adopted by the City and does not have the status of a structure plan under DPS 2. Council at its meeting on 5 April 2011 (Item PS09-04/11) considered the final EWSP and resolved (among other things) to reaffirm its resolution from 11 December 2001 (Item PD01-12/07) as the City’s interim position on planning proposals for East Wanneroo, until such time as Administration has prepared and Council has adopted a Local Planning Policy in place of that resolution, to define the City’s expectations and requirements for progressing planning proposals in East Wanneroo.


 

In accordance with the remainder of Council’s April 2011 resolution, Administration distributed a detailed Information Sheet to all landowners within the EWSP area, informing them of Council’s position on future planning and development in that area.

 

It is important to note that the depiction of land as “potential urban” under the EWSP in no way guarantees that that land will be rezoned to facilitate urbanisation. This is expressed throughout the EWSP, including in section 5.2.1, which recognises that “potential urban” areas are constrained and that the “Suitability of land for urban development will require further detailed investigations with respect to environmental issues, availability of infrastructure and the responsible staging of works”.

 

One of the concerns that Council raised in respect of the EWSP was that it prematurely identifies land as “potential urban” even though that land may in fact not be suitable or capable of accommodating such development, depending on the findings of the many further investigations that need to occur. This in turn has (regrettably) created expectations of urban development among many landowners within the EWSP area. These studies will take considerable resources and time (years) to carry out and will require a commitment to planning and implementation of the structure plan from the State Government, but which is not evident from the EWSP itself. Consequently, it is likely to be several years before sufficient investigations have even been concluded to define the true nature and extent of developable land within parts of the EWSP area.

 

In accordance with Council’s April 2011 decision, Administration is in the processing of finalising a Draft Local Planning Policy to guide the advancement of planning in the EWSP area. It is anticipated this draft policy will be referred to Council within the next two-three months, for consent to advertise it for public comment.

 

Notwithstanding the above and in accordance with Clause 6.6.1 of DPS 2, Council cannot refuse either application (both being ‘P’ uses) by reason of their unsuitability.  Further, given the likely timeframe for progressing the planning of East Wanneroo, it is considered reasonable to impose a 10 year time limit as a condition on the planning approval. Such a condition will allow the use to occur, but for a finite period that will not prevent urbanisation of the area in future, if deemed appropriate following further detailed investigations.

 

4.       Box manufacturing on site

 

Many submitters raised the issue that commercial box manufacturing is occurring on the subject property, and that trucks from packaging companies (Amcor and Profile) have been seen entering and exiting the subject property.  The submitters contend that this activity is noisy and should not operate outside of an industrial area.

 

The City’s Planning Compliance Officers, during fortnightly inspections, have investigated allegations that boxes are being manufactured at the subject property and sold commercially for off-site uses. No evidence has been found to confirm these allegations; rather, it has been found that box folding machinery is used on site for purposes that are incidental to the approved land use. Furthermore, the City can confirm that both Amcor and Profile provide product for Lion Mushrooms. The City’s Planning Compliance Officers will continue to investigate this issue in the future when necessary.

 

Administration is recommending that a condition (no. 10) be imposed on any approval granted for the Intensive Agriculture and Industry-Rural that allows box folding to occur on the property in association with those approved uses.


 

The DPS 2 definition of Industry-Rural allows for the processing and packaging of products grown in the locality, therefore, if Council supports this arrangement, box manufacturing will be able to occur on the property, for the packaging of produce grown in the locality (i.e. the City of Wanneroo) not just for the mushrooms produced from Lot 20.

 

Conclusion

 

The subject land is zoned ‘Rural Resource’ under DPS 2, and as such, both the Intensive Agriculture and Rural Industry land uses are ‘P’ (permitted)uses under Table 1 of DPS 2. Council cannot refuse the application based on the unsuitability of the proposed uses, but may in its discretion impose any conditions it considers appropriate.

 

Further to the above, the provisions of the Rural Resource zone refer specifically to protecting Rural Resource zoned land from incompatible uses and subdivision, in favour of uses including Intensive Agriculture.

 

Administration recommends approval of both DA2011/1119 and DA2012/33 for the following reasons:

 

1.       Intensive Agriculture and Rural Industry are both ‘P’ (Permitted) land uses in the Rural Resource zone; the applications therefore cannot be refused based on unsuitability of land use.

 

2.       Impacts on amenity are considered to be minor, in keeping with the purpose and intent of the Rural Resource zone, and manageable under other legislation, including standards related to noise and smell.

 

3.       It is inappropriate to refuse the application based on the EWSP; however, it is reasonable to condition the approval with a time limit, in order to ensure the existence of this operation does not prevent realisation of longer-term planning opportunities.

 

Due to the large number of past land use approvals for the subject property, and in order to provide certainty about the land uses occurring on the property in the future, Administration recommends that any approval for the abovementioned applications should be conditioned in a manner that encompasses all previous land uses approved on the property, and supersedes the approvals for those land uses. Given this, Attachment 7 contains the site plan that Administration is recommending for approval.

Statutory Compliance

This application has been assessed in accordance with the City of Wanneroo’s District Planning Scheme No. 2.

 

Strategic Implications

The proposal accords with the following Outcome Objective of the City’s Strategic Plan 2006 – 2021:

 “3     Economic

3.2    Support business and initiatives

 

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Simple majority 

 

Recommendation

That Council APPROVES both Development Application 2011/1119 submitted by Van Phu Doan for an Amendment to the Intensive Agriculture land use approved under DA2005/675 on Lot 20 Rousset Road, and, Development Application 2012/33, submitted by Nguyet Thi Doan, for a change of use to Rural Industry on Lot 20 Rousset Road, subject to compliance with the following conditions to the satisfaction of the Manager Planning Implementation:

1.       This approval supersedes the approvals for DA30/2896, DA2005/675, DA2005/484 and DA2007/482;

2.       Unless otherwise approved by Council, the land uses approved by this development application shall cease 10 years from the date of this approval;

3.       The use of areas marked as “A” on the approved plan shall conform to the District Planning Scheme 2 definition of ‘Intensive Agriculture’ which states:

“Intensive Agriculture : means any land or buildings used for trade or commercial purposes for the following:

 

(a)     the production of grapes, vegetables, flowers, exotic and native plants, fruits and nuts (including market gardens); or

(b)     the establishment of and operation of plant and fruit nurseries; or

(c)     the development of land for irrigated fodder product and irrigated pasture (including turf farms).”

4.       The use of areas marked as “B” on the approved plan shall conform to the District Planning Scheme 2 definition of ‘Rural Industry’ which states:

          “Industry – rural : means an industry handling, treating, processing or packaging primary products grown, reared or produced in the locality, and a workshop used for the servicing of plant or equipment used for rural purposes in the locality.

5.       The use of areas marked as “C” on the approved plan shall be used for storage purposes;

6.       The use of areas marked as “D” on the approved plan shall conform to the District Planning Scheme 2 definition of ‘Rural Use’ which states:

          “Rural use : means agriculture, horticulture, and may include aquaculture, and includes the raising of livestock and the retail sale of the produce of the property where satisfactory access and parking can be provided, and provided that any processing of the produce prior to sale can take place on site.”

7.       A change of use from the uses approved under conditions 3, 4, 5 and 6 above will require the approval of the City;

8.       The hours of operation for all approved land uses is between 7am and 10pm, seven days per week;

9.       All compost is delivered in sealed packages or in a manner that prevents odour emission to the satisfaction of the City’s Health Services;


 

10.     Box folding equipment is only to be used for purposes incidental to the land uses approved at Lot 20 Rousset Road, Mariginiup;  and

11.     A minimum of 15 parking bays are provided on site.

 

 

Attachments:

1.

A1: Information dated 5 December 2005

12/23543

 

2.

A2: Location Plan

12/23376

 

3.

A3: Site plan showing land uses

12/41034

 

4.

A4: Summary of submissions by theme

12/41021

 

5.

A5: Table of submitters

12/41026

 

6.

A6: Support and objection

12/28041

 

7.

A7: Land uses recommended for approval

12/41040

 

  


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3.2    Commercial Development at Lot 19 (20) Clarkson Avenue, Tapping

File Ref:                                              DEV11/212 – 12/31567

Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       5         

 

Issue

To consider a development application for a commercial development at Lot 19 (20) Clarkson Avenue, Tapping.

 

Applicant

Greg Rowe & Associates

Owner

Freshlink Export Pty Ltd

Location

Lot 19 (20) Clarkson Avenue, Tapping

Site Area

4.426ha

DPS 2 Zoning

Urban Development

 

 

Background

 

On 8 March 2011, Greg Rowe and Associates, on behalf of Freshlink Export Pty Ltd submitted an application for planning approval to develop a local commercial centre at Lot 19 (20) Clarkson Avenue, Tapping. The application was lodged subsequent to the certification of Amendment No. 12 to Agreed Structure Plan No. 3 (ASP 3), adopted by Council at its meeting of 18 November 2008 and by the Western Australian Planning Commission on 13 December 2010, which rezoned the western half of Lot 19 from Residential to Commercial and increased the residential density coding of the eastern half of the site from Residential R20 to Residential R40.

 

Detail

 

The proposal relates to the western portion of Lot 19, bounded by Clarkson Avenue to the north, Wanneroo Road to the west, developed residential properties to the south and the future extension of Corvus Road to the east (refer to location plan, Attachment 1). The site is zoned Urban Development under District Planning Scheme No. 2 (DPS 2) and Commercial under ASP 3.

 

The proposed centre comprises a ‘drive-through food outlet’, ‘convenience store’, ‘carwash’, ‘office’, ‘medical centre’, ‘veterinary consulting room’, ‘take-away food outlet’, ‘restaurant’ and ‘shop’ uses, all of which are either ‘P’ (permitted) or ‘D’ (discretionary) uses within the Commercial zone.

 

The site is allocated a maximum retail floorspace provision of 1,100m2 net lettable area (NLA) under Schedule 1 of ASP 3. Retail uses are those which are listed under ‘Planning Land Use Category 5 (PLUC 5): Shop/Retail’, contained within the Western Australian Planning Commission’s (WAPC) Perth Land Use and Employment Survey. The proposal involves the full utilisation of the retail floorspace allocated to the site, with an additional 1,415m2 of floorspace being provided for non-retail uses, resulting in a total floorspace of 2,515m2.

 

The site and elevation plans that were advertised during the public consultation period are included as Attachment 2. Subsequent to public consultation, the applicant lodged revised plans with the City in response to issues raised by Administration relating to the design of the proposal. The amended plans are included as Attachment 3 and the amendments made are discussed in the ‘Consultation’ section of this report.

 

Consultation

Public consultation was undertaken from 9 August 2011 to 29 August 2011 by way of advertisement in the Wanneroo Times newspaper, a sign erected on site and letters to potentially affected property owners. The delay between lodgement of the application and the public consultation period was due to various revisions to the initial plans being made, both voluntarily by the applicant and at the request of Administration.

 

At the conclusion of the public consultation period, 22 submissions were received, three of which supported the proposal and 17 of which objected to the proposal. Two of the submissions received were considered to be neither in support of nor in opposition to the proposal. A summary of submissions received and Administration’s responses are included as Attachment 4. A submitter reference table is included as Attachment 5.

 

Subsequent to the feedback received from submitters during the advertising period and Administration’s assessment of the proposal, the applicant lodged further amended plans on 2 November 2011 and 19 December 2011. The amended plans included the following revisions:

 

·        Relocation of the western-most crossover along Clarkson Avenue by 55 metres from Wanneroo Road in order to meet the minimum separation distance required by the City’s Traffic Engineers;

·        Rationalisation of the number of crossovers onto Clarkson Avenue from three to two, with the easternmost crossover redesigned to allow for separate left and right turn exit lanes;

·        Reconfiguration of the internal movement network as a result of the above amendment;

·        Relocation of the proposed ‘drive-through food outlet’ from the southern boundary to the centre of the site, with the proposed car wash being relocated from the centre of the site to the southern boundary;

·        Reduction in the size of the proposed ‘drive-through food outlet’ which allowed for the inclusion of a second ‘drive-through food outlet’ (drive through coffee) to be provided, whilst still complying with the 1,100m2 NLA retail floorspace limit;

·        Articulation of the proposed ‘shop’ tenancies on the north-eastern corner of the lot so as to provide for an improved streetscape; and

·        An increase in the number of shade trees proposed within the carparking area and surrounding the site.

 

As the amended plans did not materially change the nature of proposed development and the amendments were made in response to concerns with certain aspects of the original design, Administration did not advertise the modified proposal. The majority of submissions received during advertising of the original plans are still considered to be relevant to Council’s determination of the revised plans.

 

The main issues raised during the advertising period related to:

 

·        Anti-social behaviour;

·        Impacts on the amenity of nearby properties;

·        Consistency with local and state planning policies;

·        Potential traffic impacts;

·        Provision of traffic lights at the intersection of Wanneroo Road and Clarkson Avenue.

 

A detailed discussion of the major issues considered in the assessment of the application is provided in the Comment section of this report.

 

 

 

Comment

Anti-Social Behaviour

 

Approximately half of the submitters raised concerns relating to anti-social behaviour, specifically ‘hooning’, littering, graffiti and loitering occurring as a result of the proposal. Several of the submissions related to instances of anti-social behaviour already experienced in the area, rather than the potential for the proposal to encourage or increase instances of anti-social behaviour. These concerns appear to be based upon the inclusion of ‘convenience store’, ‘take-away food outlet’ and ‘drive-through food outlet’ uses within the centre.  In this regard, it must be noted that ‘convenience store’ is a ‘P’ (permitted) use within the Commercial zone, while ‘take-away food outlet’ and ‘drive-through food outlet’ are both ‘D’ (discretionary) uses. A 21 signature petition opposing the ‘fast food’ component of the proposal was presented to Council at its meeting of 23 August 2011 (item PT06-08/11).

 

The perceived risk of anti-social behaviour resulting from this development is not a valid planning consideration in determination of this proposal.  Such matters can be addressed through appropriate centre management, and if necessary, involvement of the Police. Furthermore, Administration considers the uses proposed to be appropriate within the centre, due to the activity and surveillance they will provide outside of standard business hours. This position is reaffirmed by Clause 5.2.1 of State Planning Policy 4.2 – Activity Centres for Perth and Peel (SPP 4.2), which states that “Land uses which generate activity outside normal business hours (e.g – hospitality and entertainment, community facilities, gymnasiums) should be located in activity centres to generate additional evening and weekend activity and to take advantage of shared use of facilities such as car parking and public transport.”

 

To assist in addressing the concerns of anti-social behaviour that may occur, the applicant is encouraged to consider the installation of closed circuit television (CCTV) to deter any such behaviour and gather evidence of any anti-social activity.  Should the applicant install CCTV they should be further encouraged to network it into the Western Australian Police “Blue Iris” system to enable monitoring of the cameras.

 

Impacts on the Amenity of Nearby Properties

 

Submitters raised concerns regarding the potential for the proposal to adversely affect the amenity of Residential zoned properties abutting or adjacent to the site through the generation and emission of noise, smells and light spill. These issues are generally regulated under various environmental health regulations and legislation enforced by the City’s Environmental Health Officers, including the Environmental Protection Act 1986, Health Act 1911 and the City’s Health Local Law 1999.

 

Administration notes that the only Residential zoned properties abutting the subject site are the seven single houses located on the northern side of Bittern Street (adjacent to the southern boundary of Lot 19), while the development of the Residential zoned land on the eastern side of the future extension of Corvus Road would occur subsequent to, or in conjunction with the development of the subject proposal, ensuring that prospective purchasers are aware of the subject development.

 

The aforementioned amendments to the initial design of the proposal, in addition to recommended conditions of approval requiring the preparation of an acoustic report, construction of a solid (masonry or concrete) screening wall along a portion of the southern boundary of the lot and specific lighting requirements will appropriately mitigate any potential off-site impacts, should Council resolve to approve the proposal. It is also noted that under the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997 the operating hours of certain uses within the development could be restricted and regulated if the amount of noise generated by the proposal exceeds prescribed acceptable levels. 

 

Administration raised concerns about the initial design lodged with the City and its treatment of the eastern elevation that would face the future extension of Corvus Road and future residential development. In response, the applicant revised the initial design prior to the commencement of advertising in order to improve the appearance and function of this elevation through the inclusion of feature walls, high level window openings, use of a variety of building materials, provision of pedestrian access and a ‘shopfront’ being incorporated into the ‘medical centre’. It is noted that 23.83% of the site is proposed to be landscaped, which significantly exceeds the 8% minimum required under DPS 2 and will assist in ameliorating the visual impact of the proposal and providing a desirable interface between it and the public realm. While the proposal does not incorporate ‘main street’ principles, Administration is of the view that the design of the proposal is appropriate given its location and purpose and that it adequately addresses the public realm, albeit through design elements rather than activated frontages. 

 

Consistency With Local and State Planning Policies

 

Several submitters contended that the proposal did not accord with the provisions of the City’s Centres Local Planning Policy (LPP) and State Planning Policy 4.2: Activity Centres (SPP 4.2). Those contentions were based primarily on the misconception that the land uses and quantity of non-retail floorspace proposed are more akin to that of a higher order ‘neighbourhood centre’, rather than the lower order ‘local centre’ the site is designated as under ASP 3, which would attract a larger population catchment than was originally intended. 

 

Given that the Commercial zoned portion of Lot 19 measures approximately 1.88 hectares in area, but is subject to a retail floorspace limit of only 1,100m2, Administration is of the view that it is appropriate that additional floorspace has been provided in the form of non-retail land uses which are capable of being approved within the Commercial zone. Administration notes that the provision of non-retail floorspace is not specifically limited within such centres, with floorspace being indirectly limited by the area of the site and the carparking requirements of the particular land uses under DPS 2. The potential conflict with existing and proposed centres within the area was addressed as part of Amendment No. 12 to ASP 3 which involved a retail analysis carried out by Shrapnel Urban Planning. The report supported the proposal and the 1,100m2 retail floorspace limit, concluding that the proposal would not interfere with the hierarchy of existing and proposed centres in the area.

 

Submitters also noted that ‘office’, ‘veterinary consulting rooms’ and ‘medical centre’ uses were “not encouraged” within ‘local centres’ under Table 5.1 of the City’s Centres LPP as they could attract a larger population catchment than is expected for a ‘local centre’. Regardless of that presumption in the LPP, these uses are all ‘P’ (permitted as of right) within the Commercial zone under Table 1 of DPS 2 and cannot be refused by virtue of their inappropriateness. Similar contentions were made regarding to the inclusion of a ‘drive-through food outlet’ within the centre, which is listed as being “not permitted” within ‘local centres’ under Table 5.1 of the City’s Centres LPP. This policy provision contradicts DPS 2 which lists this use as a ‘D’ (discretionary) use within the Commercial zone.

 

 Clause 8.11.2.1 of DPS 2 states that:

 

“Any local planning policy prepared under this Part shall be consistent with the Scheme and if any inconsistency arises the Scheme shall prevail.”

 

While Clause 6.6.2 of DPS 2 requires Council to have due regard to the provisions of a local planning policy when considering an application for a ‘D’ use, Clause 8.11.2.2 states that the provisions of a local planning policy do not bind the Council in respect of any application for planning approval.


 

 

Notwithstanding the provisions of the City’s Centres LPP, Administration considers a ‘drive-through food outlet’ is appropriate on the subject site, given its location and exposure to the intersection of Wanneroo Road (primary distributor road) and Clarkson Avenue (neighbourhood connector road) and its setback of approximately 50 metres from the nearest Residential zoned property.

 

The uses proposed in the application are consistent with the designation of the site and its commercial zoning and will provide services and facilities, as well as employment opportunities for the local community. It is further noted that Administration is currently preparing a draft Local Planning Policy 3.2 – Activity Centres (LPP 3.2), which is not proposed to prescribe use permissibility, as that is determined under DPS 2 or an applicable structure plan. The draft LPP 3.2 will be presented to Council for approval to advertise in the near future and will supersede the existing Centre’s LPP.

 

Traffic Impacts

 

Many of the submitters had concerns that the proposal would result in an increase in traffic travelling through the area, which would compound existing traffic congestion experienced by residents and compromise the safety of children who attend the nearby St Stephens School.

 

Administration requested that a Transport Assessment Report be provided as part of the application, in order to determine and justify any potential traffic implications for the surrounding road network. The report found that the proposal would generate 1,048 vehicle movements per peak hour during a typical weekday PM peak period, whilst preserving acceptable levels of service and queuing times into and out of the development as well as local roads that intersect with Clarkson Avenue. The aforementioned amendments to the initial design of the proposal included the deletion of the western-most crossover and the extension of the existing Clarkson Avenue median strip, which has been recommended as a condition of approval.  These changes are considered to have resulted in an improved outcome with regard to traffic movements immediately surrounding and within the subject site.

 

Administration notes that as the proposal would provide conveniences that do not currently exist elsewhere within the immediate locality, it is likely that a significant amount of the traffic generated by the proposal would already travel through the local road network to reach such conveniences elsewhere. While the proposal would result in an increase in the amount of traffic within the immediate vicinity, this was already anticipated and considered by Council as part of the rezoning of the land from Residential to Commercial through Amendment No. 12 to ASP 3.

With regard to the safety of children who attend St Stephens School, Clarkson Avenue is subject to a 40km/h speed limit during peak pick-up and drop-off periods. The volume of traffic anticipated along Clarkson Avenue, as a result of this development, is not considered to present an increased risk to the safety of children who attend St Stephens School.

Provision of Traffic Lights at Intersection of Clarkson Avenue and Wanneroo Road

Table F (Clause 5.1) of the draft Drovers Place Precinct Structure Plan No. 80 (SP 80) states that:

“If business development of Lots 1 and 132 is proposed, in accordance with the structure plan, a condition of such development shall be that the subdivider/developer of Lots 1 and 132 Wanneroo Road in the Business Precinct, in consultation with MRWA, shall design and construct a fourway signal controlled intersection at the junction of Clarkson Avenue and Wanneroo Road, as indicated on Plan 1, to the specification and satisfaction of the City of Wanneroo.

 

Lot 19 Clarkson Avenue is located on the south-eastern corner of the abovementioned intersection, which is currently configured as an un-signalised ‘T-junction’ with left and right turn pockets off and onto Wanneroo Road.

 

A submission was received on this proposed development on behalf of the owners of Lots 1 and 132 Wanneroo Road, stating that it would not be equitable for them to be solely responsible for the provision of traffic lights at the intersection, when a significant proportion of traffic through the intersection would be generated by the subject proposal. In response, the applicant’s transport consultants carried out a ‘SIDRA’ analysis of the intersection on a typical weekday between 3pm and 4pm (when significant traffic is generated by St Stephen’s School) to determine what impact the proposal would have on its performance. The analysis found that the intersection currently operates satisfactorily, with the worst level of service (‘C’) being reported for left and right turn movements from Clarkson Avenue. With the addition of traffic generated by the subject proposal, the level of service for all vehicle movements would remain the same, with the exception of right turns from Wanneroo Road into Clarkson Avenue, which would drop from ‘B’ to ‘C’. On that basis, it would appear that the development would not trigger the need for the provision of traffic lights at the intersection and that the traffic lights would only be required if Lots 1 and 132 Wanneroo Road were developed in accordance with SP 80, to allow direct access into that area.

 

Administration notes that SP 80 is currently being assessed by the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) and is not operational at present.  Further, neither the existing Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 47 (ASP 47) or ASP 3 depict traffic lights at the intersection of Clarkson Avenue and Wanneroo Road.

 

While the subject proposal does not trigger the need for traffic lights to be installed at the subject intersection, Administration acknowledges that the installation of the traffic lights would be of some benefit to the subject proposal, as well as other land owners within the local area. Notwithstanding this, Administration is of the view that SP 80 has been developed and progressed by the City on the basis that traffic lights would be provided at the cost of the owners of Lots 1 and 132 Wanneroo Road, should they chose to develop their land for business uses. The requirement for traffic lights at the subject intersection was never raised as a consideration as part of Amendment No. 12 to ASP 3 and has only arisen as an issue subsequent to the progression of SP 80 and the traffic study undertaken to support its adoption. Administration therefore considers it to be unreasonable to require the proponent of the subject application to contribute to the provision of the subject traffic lights.

Statutory Compliance

The application has been assessed in accordance with the City of Wanneroo’s District Planning Scheme No. 2.

Strategic Implications

The proposal accords with the following Outcome Objective of the City’s Strategic Plan 2006 – 2021:

 “3     Economic

3.2    Support business and initiatives

Policy Implications

The variations to the City’s Centres Local Planning Policy proposed by the application are supported by Administration as discussed in the Comment section of this report.

 

 

 

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority

 

Recommendation

That Council APPROVES the application submitted by Greg Rowe and Associates for a commercial development at Lot 19 (20) Clarkson Avenue, Tapping, as depicted in Attachment 3 of this report, subject to compliance with the following conditions to the satisfaction of the Manager Planning Implementation:

1.       The following design elements being amended as annotated in red on the approved plans prior to commencement of development and the development subsequently being carried out in accordance with the amended plans:

a)      The screening wall proposed on the southern portion of the development being increased in height to 3 metres;

b)      ‘Left turn only’ markings being provided on the approach to the western-most crossover;

c)      A ‘no entry’ sign being provided in front of the western-most crossover;

d)      Fencing being provided at the western and eastern ends of the southern-most landscaping strip, preventing public access to and through the landscaped area;

e)      Pedestrian access from the south-western corner of the lot being redesigned and incorporated into the proposed internal path network;

f)       The ‘fast food restaurant’ and ‘coffee’ uses being annotated as ‘drive-through food outlet’ and the ‘vet’ use being annotated as ‘veterinary consulting rooms’;

2.       The existing Clarkson Avenue median strip being extended in length as depicted in red on the approved plans at the developer’s cost;

3.       Walls and buildings backing onto the residential properties to the south of the development shall be constructed of masonry, concrete or other such solid material approved by the Manager Planning Implementation and shall be finished to the satisfaction of that officer;

4.       The uses depicted under the approved development shall conform to their respective definitions under the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2. A change of use from those uses will require the approval of the City;

5.       The proposed ‘telecommunications infrastructure’ depicted on the plans does not form part of this approval, as indicated in red on the approved plan;

6.       Prior to commencement of development, an acoustic report shall be prepared and lodged with the City’s Health Services Unit, demonstrating the development’s compliance with the Environmental Protection (Noise Regulations) 1997.  Where the acoustic report identifies compliance deficiencies or recommends modifications to the development, such matters shall be addressed to the satisfaction of the Manager Planning Implementation prior to occupancy of the development;

 

 

7.       Detailed landscaping and reticulation plans, for the subject site and adjacent road verges, shall be lodged for approval by the City when application is made for a building licence. Planting and installation shall be in accordance with the approved landscaping and reticulation plans and thereafter maintained to the City’s satisfaction;

8.       A refuse management plan shall be prepared by the developer, illustrating how service vehicles will manoeuvre within the internal accessways of the development, to the satisfaction of the City’s Waste Services Unit;

9.       Storage areas, plant and equipment shall be screened from view from streets, public places and adjacent properties;

10.     Non-painted walls shall be treated with a non-sacrificial anti-graffiti coating upon completion of construction to the satisfaction of the City;

11.     The proposed bin areas shall be enclosed and screened from their immediate surrounds and any adjacent public street or road by a wall not less than 1.8 metres high, constructed in brick, masonry or other approved material;

12.     Parking areas, driveways and points of ingress and egress shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the Australian Standard for Offstreet Carparking (AS2890) and shall be drained, sealed and marked;

13.     A minimum of 202 marked parking bays shall be provided on site;

14.     Disabled parking bays shall be provided in accordance with the National Construction Code and designed in accordance with AS 2890.6 – 2009;

15.     A minimum of one shade tree for every four parking bays shall be planted and maintained in tree wells which are protected from damage by vehicles;

16.     The parking areas and associated access indicated on the approved plans shall not be used for the purpose of storage or obstructed in any way at any time, without the prior approval of the City;

17.     An on-site stormwater drainage system, sufficient to contain a 1:100 year storm event (over 24 hours) must be provided. Plans illustrating the system proposed shall be submitted for approval when application is made for a building licence and the system shall be installed during the construction of the development;

18.     The proposed ‘medical centre’ shall not become operational until such time as Corvus Road is fully constructed, at the cost of the developer;

19.     A footpath being constructed along the Clarkson Avenue and Corvus Road frontages of the development site at the cost of the developer;

20.     Where the angle of natural repose of the land cannot be maintained, retaining walls must be provided in accordance with plans that have been certified by a practicing structural engineer for approval by the City;

21.     Lighting shall be installed along all driveways and pedestrian pathways prior to development first being occupied;

22.     All floodlights shall be designed in accordance with the Australian Standards for the Control of Obtrusive Effects of Outdoor Lighting (AS4282) and oriented and hooded so as to eliminate the possibility of glare or annoyance to occupants of the adjoining properties and motorists on adjacent roads;

23.     Relative to conditions 21 and 22, full details, plans and specifications of all proposed lighting shall be submitted to the Manager Planning Implementation for approval prior to any lighting being installed;

24.     No earthworks shall encroach onto the Wanneroo Road reserve;

 

25.     No stormwater drainage shall be discharged onto the Wanneroo Road reserve;

26.     The applicant shall make good any damage to the existing verge vegetation within the Wanneroo Road reserve;

27.     The ground levels on the Wanneroo Road boundary are to be maintained as existing;

28.     Main Roads approval to all signage shall be obtained prior to construction/installation;  and

29.     This approval is valid for a period of two (2) years. If development has not significantly commenced within this time, this approval will lapse and be of no further effect.

 

 

Attachments:

 

1.

Attachment 1 – Location Plan

12/40985

 

2.

Attachment 2 - Advertised Plans

12/34596

 

3.

Attachment 3 - Revised Plans

12/26967

Minuted

4.

Attachment 4 - Table of Submissions

12/40942

 

5.

Attachment 5 - Submitter Reference Table

12/40943

 

  


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Other Matters

3.3    Subdivisional Retaining Walls Over 3.0 Metres in Height - Lot 122 Capricorn Esplanade, Yanchep (WAPC 143197)

File Ref:                                              SD143197 – 12/32339

Responsible Officer:                           Director, Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       3         

 

Issue

To consider approval of subdivision retaining walls over 3.0 metres and up to 3.7 metres in height on Lot 122 Capricorn Esplanade, Yanchep (WAPC 143197).

 

Background

Council’s existing “Retaining Wall” policy provides that subdivisional retaining walls over 3.0 metres in height require consideration and approval by Council.

 

The subject land is located within the Capricorn Coastal Village Local Structure Plan No.44. On 12 November 2010, the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) granted subdivisional approval for nine residential lots ranging in size between 283m2 and 476m2 (WAPC 143197).

 

Engineering drawings have been submitted on behalf of the subdivider, depicting retaining walls over 3.0 metres in height.

Detail

The subdivider’s consulting engineer, Wood & Grieve Engineers Pty Ltd, on behalf of the developers Yanchep Development Pty Ltd c/o Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, has prepared design drawings including retaining walls exceeding 3.0 metres in heights for the subdivision of Lot 122 Capricorn Esplanade, Yanchep. Refer to Attachment 1 for the location plan, longsection plan and Attachment 2 for the elevation plan.

 

The consulting engineer’s justification for the proposed retaining walls exceeding 3.0 metres in height is summarised as follows:

 

The site is bounded by Lindsay Beach Boulevard to the south, Capricorn Esplanade to the west, Shoreview Lane to the east and vacant Lot 140 to the north. Existing pavement levels of Shoreview Lane govern adjacent levels of proposed rear access lots. To achieve level building platforms and flush vehicular crossovers, walls over
3 metres must be constructed along Capricorn Esplanade. The maximum wall height proposed is 3.7 metres at the intersection of Lindsay Beach Boulevard and Capricorn Esplanade. 

Furthermore, the provision for undercroft garages to 3 of the proposed lots also require large retaining structures to enable vehicular access from Lindsay Beach Boulevard. This is also shown in the Detailed Area Plan (DAP), (refer Attachment 2 for longsections of the relevant walls).”

Consultation

No consultation has occurred with other landowners as the retaining walls are not on a common boundary.

 

Comment

Administration has assessed and supports this proposal due to the need to accommodate the established ground levels surrounding the subject development

 

The design of retaining walls higher than 3.0 metres was instigated by the engineer, Wood & Grieve Engineers Pty Ltd to provide level blocks in an area where differential site levels cannot achieve retaining wall heights less than 3.0 metres. The existing road levels and approved Detailed Area Plan (DAP) constrain the development such that the retaining walls are the only practical solution.

 

The proposed walls comply with Council’s Draft Local Planning Policy 4.5 – Subdivision Retaining Walls, which is currently being advertised for public comment, (Item PS01-03/12 refers) and would be approved if that Policy were in place.

Statutory Compliance

A Building Licence will need to be granted separately prior to the construction of the proposed retaining walls.

Strategic Implications

The proposal accords with the following Outcome Objective of the City’s Strategic Plan 2006 – 2021:

1        Environment

1.3    Minimise impact of development on the environment

                   1.4     Improve the quality of the built environment

 

          2        Social

                   2.1 Increase choice and quality of neighbourhood and lifestyle options.

Policy Implications

This proposal has been processed in accordance with Council’s Retaining Wall Policy.

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority

 

Recommendation

That Council AUTHORISES approval of the retaining walls higher than 3.0 metres and up to 3.7 metres proposed for Lot 122 Capricorn Esplanade, Yanchep (WAPC 143197), as depicted in Attachments 2 and 3.

 

 

 

Attachments:

1.

Attachment 1, Location Plan

12/43475

 

2.

Attachment 2, Longsection View Plan

12/32374

Minuted

3.

Attachment 3, Layout and Height Plan

12/43477

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City Businesses

Customer Relations

3.4    Customer Service Charter

File Ref:                                              3042 – 12/30421

Responsible Officer:                           Director, City Businesses

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       2         

 

Issue

To consider for adoption the revised Customer Service Charter.

 

Background

The City’s current Customer Care Plan was endorsed at Ordinary Council Meeting on 10 June 2003 (CEO3-06/03). Although the City of Wanneroo has been achieving key aspects of the current Customer Care Plan since it was endorsed, it is timely to review and revitalise this publication to incorporate changing technology and customer needs.

 

The City has now revised and created a new Customer Service Charter (see Attachment 1), which portrays the City’s commitment to our customers to provide a high quality and efficient service that identifies the service standards expected of the City. This will be supported with full internal staff training and will be incorporated into the employee induction program.

Detail

The previous Customer Care Plan was developed following the introduction of several key systems to assist the organisation provide a high level of customer service and measure its success.  The Plan also focused on customer care values, with these values still being relevant however they do not match the overarching City of Wanneroo’s Values within the 2006-2021 Strategic Plan. 

 

The new Customer Service Charter focuses heavily on customer service commitments.  These service commitments are clear, simple and to the point, with an emphasis around the method of how customers contact the City.  These commitments are easily measured through performance reporting within various operational systems and through the bi-annual Community Satisfaction Survey.  The name change from Customer Care Plan to Customer Service Charter arises to follow industry trends. The new Customer Service Charter states that our commitment is to provide customers with high quality customer service standards which should be expected from the City of Wanneroo.

 

Following Council consideration and adoption, the Customer Service Charter will be used as a basis for internal customer service training and publicised widely to the community of the City of Wanneroo.  For the Customer Service Charter to progress effectively, it will be a framework guide to the City of Wanneroo in its management and handling of customer service standards.

Consultation

Extensive consultation within the organisation has occurred to develop the Customer Service Charter.  Representatives from all service units, including management levels, attended workshops and developed the Charter based on key operational and customer service principles. 

Comment

The Customer Service Charter supports the introduction of the new Compliments, Feedback and Complaints Policy adopted at the Ordinary Council Meeting on 6 March 2012 and its associated performance improvement processes outlined the Compliments, Feedback and Complaints Management Procedure.  The introduction of the Customer Service Charter will make it clear to both internal and external customers what the City of Wanneroo is committed to achieving, and will assist in reducing inefficient customer service and dissatisfaction to our customers.

Statutory Compliance

Nil

 

Strategic Implications

The proposal accords with the following Outcome Objective of the City’s Strategic Plan 2006 – 2021:

 “4     Governance

4.3    Deliver excellence in business performance and service provision

 

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

The costs associated with the new Customer Service Charter relate primarily to internal training requirements and the advertising of the new Charter. All Costs are included in the operating budgets for 2011/12 and planned budget for 2012/13.

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority

 

Recommendation

That Council:-

1.       APPROVES the Customer Service Charter as in Attachment 1; and

2.       REPEALS the current Customer Care Plan as in Attachment 2.

 

 

 

Attachments:

1.

DRAFT Customer Service Charter

12/33300

Minuted

2.

Current Customer Care Plan

12/43951

Minuted

  


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Regulatory Services

3.5    Application To Keep More Than Two Dogs

File Ref:                                              2323V03 – 12/40280

Responsible Officer:                           Director, City Businesses

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       Nil       

 

Issue

To consider four applications for an exemption under section 26(3) of the Dog Act 1976 to keep more than two dogs.

 

Background

Clause 14 of the City of Wanneroo Animals Local Law 1999 (Amendment 2008 GG 508) stipulates:

 

“A person shall not keep or permit to be kept on any premises more than:

 

a)      2 dogs over the age of 3 months and the young of those dogs under that age; or

 

b)      6 dogs over the age of 3 months and the young of those dogs under that age if the premises are situated on a lot having an area of 4 hectares or more,

 

unless the premises are licensed as an approved kennel establishment or have been granted exemption pursuant to section 26(3) of the Dog Act and have planning approval under the town planning scheme.”

Detail

The following applications have been made under the Dog Act 1976 and are submitted for consideration:

 

Address of Applicants

Description of Dogs

3 Ashcott Gate, Butler

1. Female Sterilised apricot Toy Poodle

2. Male Unsterilised red Toy Poodle

3. Female Sterilised red Toy Poodle

2 Silverton Avenue, Butler

1. Female Sterilised cream Labrador

2. Female Sterilised cream Labrador

3. Male Sterilised brown/brindle Kelpie X

2 Earl Court, Merriwa

1. Male Sterilised white Poodle X

2. Female Unsterilised black/white Maltese X

3. Female Sterilised brown/tan Pug X

41 Walyunga Boulevard, Clarkson

1. Male Sterilised black Poodle

2. Female Unsterilised silver Poodle

3. Female Sterilised brindle Staffy X

 

Rangers have inspected the aforementioned properties to ensure means exist on the premises at which the dogs will ordinarily be kept for effectively confining the dogs within the premises.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Address of Applicants

Property Zonings

Size of Properties

3 Ashcott Gate, Butler

Residential

359m2

2 Silverton Avenue, Butler

Residential

702m2

2 Earl Court, Merriwa

Residential

367m2

41 Walyunga Boulevard, Clarkson

Residential

640m2

Consultation

Where applications have been received by the City to keep more than two dogs, residents immediately adjoining the applicant’s property in question are consulted by letter to ascertain if they have any objections.

 

On this occasion the following objections have been received:

 

Address of Applicant

Number of Objection Forms Received

3 Ashcott Gate, Butler

Nil

2 Silverton Avenue, Butler

Nil

2 Earl Court, Merriwa

One

41 Walyunga Boulevard, Clarkson

Nil

Comment

In considering these applications for exemption, the following two options are available:

 

a)      Council may grant an exemption pursuant to Section 26(3) of the Dog Act 1976 subject to conditions; or

 

b)      Council may refuse permission to keep more than two dogs.

 

Application One: 3 Ashcott Gate, Butler

 

The applicant is seeking permission from the City to keep three dogs at 3 Ashcott Gate, Butler.  The applicants would like to keep three dogs temporarily until their son, his wife and their Toy Poodle establish a new home of their own.

 

A Ranger has inspected the property and confirmed it is adequate for the confinement and exercise of the dogs.  All fences are 1.8 metres in height with a gate of 1.8 metres in height in compliance with the residential requirements of the Dog Act 1976.  The dogs are kept in a medium sized yard and sleep in the house at night and no objections were received during the consultation process.

 

It is recommended that an exemption under section 26(3) of the Dog Act 1976 be granted.

 

Application Two: 2 Silverton Avenue, Butler

 

The applicant is seeking permission from the City to keep three dogs at 2 Silverton Avenue, Butler.  The applicants would like to keep three dogs as they have recently moved from the Shire of Gingin where their dogs have been registered since birth.

 

A Ranger has inspected the property and confirmed it is adequate for the confinement and exercise of the dogs.  All fences are 2.1 metres in height with a 2.1 metre gate in compliance with the residential requirements of the Dog Act 1976.  The dogs are kept in a large sized yard and sleep in the house or outside at night and no objections were received during the consultation process.

 

It is recommended that an exemption under section 26(3) of the Dog Act 1976 be granted.

 

Application Three: 2 Earl Court, Merriwa

 

The applicant is seeking permission from the City to keep three dogs at 2 Earl Court, Merriwa.  The applicant would like to keep three dogs until she is able to buy her own house and move out of her mother’s house with her Pug X.

 

A Ranger has inspected the property and confirmed it is adequate for the confinement and exercise of the dogs.  All fences are 1.8 metres in height with a 1.8 metre gate in compliance with the residential requirements of the Dog Act 1976.  The dogs are kept in a medium sized yard and sleep in the house at night.

 

One objection was received during the consultation process however, the objection came from the owners of the neighbouring property and not the occupiers. The objection was on the basis that the dogs bark when the property owners enter the back yard during rental inspections. As there has been no objections raised by the occupiers of neighbouring properties and there is no prior history of complaints relating to the dogs at 2 Earl Court, it is recommended that an exemption under section 26(3) of the Dog Act 1976 be granted.

 

Application Four: 41 Walyunga Boulevard, Clarkson

 

The applicant is seeking permission from the City to keep three dogs at 41 Walyunga Boulevard, Clarkson.  The applicants would like to keep three dogs after the third dog came to live with them when their step-daughter moved into rental accommodation that did not allow pets.

 

A Ranger has inspected the property and confirmed it is adequate for the confinement and exercise of the dogs.  All fences are 1.8 metres in height with a 1.77 metre gate in compliance with the residential requirements of the Dog Act 1976.  The dogs are kept in a medium to large sized yard and sleep in the house at night and no objections were received during the consultation process.

 

It is recommended that an exemption under section 26(3) of the Dog Act 1976 be granted.

Statutory Compliance

The exemptions sought to Council’s Animals Local Law 1999 are permissible under Section 26(3) of the Dog Act 1976.

 

Strategic Implications

The proposal accords with the following Outcome Objective of the City’s Strategic Plan 2006 – 2021:

 “2     Social

2.4    Improve community safety

 

2.4.3  Develop and implement a range of activities that promote community    inclusiveness, safety and well being.”

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority

 

 

Recommendation

That Council:-

 

1.       GRANTS an exemption under the City of Wanneroo Animal Local Laws 1999 made under Section 26(3) of the Dog Act 1976 to keep three dogs at

3 Ashcott Gate, Butler,

2 Silverton Avenue, Butler,

2 Earl Court, Merriwa and

41 Walyunga Boulevard, Clarkson

2.       ADVISES that the exemption relating to the four properties in Recommendation 1           is subject to the following specified conditions:

          a)      If any one of the dogs die or is no longer kept on the property, no replacement is to be obtained;

          b)      Any barking by the subject dogs is to be kept to a minimum; and

          c)      This exemption may be varied or revoked if any complaints are received which are considered reasonable;

3.       ADVISES all adjoining neighbours of these decisions in relation to all the properties listed in the above recommendations.

 

 

Attachments: Nil   


CITY OF WANNEROO Agenda OF Elected Members' Briefing Session 24 April, 2012                                   85

Draft

Infrastructure

Nil

 

Community Development

Nil

Corporate Strategy & Performance

Finance

3.6    Warrant of Payments for the Period to 31 March 2012

File Ref:                                              1859 – 12/36170

Responsible Officer:                           Director, Corporate Strategy and Performance

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       Nil   

 

Issue

Presentation to the Council of a list of accounts paid for the month of March 2012, including a statement as to the total amounts outstanding at the end of the month.

Background

Local Governments are required each month to prepare a list of accounts paid for that month and submit the list to the next Ordinary Meeting of the Council.

 

In addition, it must record all other outstanding accounts and include that amount with the list to be presented.  The list of accounts paid and the total of outstanding accounts must be recorded in the minutes of the Council meeting.

 

Detail

 

The following is the Summary of Accounts paid in March 2012

 

Funds

Vouchers

Amount

Director Corporate Services Advance A/C

Accounts Paid – March 2012

   Cheque Numbers

   EFT Document Numbers

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

Less Cancelled Cheques

Journals (Bank Fees)

Town Planning Scheme

RECOUP FROM MUNICIPAL FUND

 

 

86719 - 87043

1468 - 1488

 

 

$1,478,155.00

$13,419,430.75

$14,897,585.75

 

($1,267.64)

$72.50

($759,501.13)

($14,136,889.48)

Municipal Fund – Bank A/C

Accounts Paid – March 2012

Recoup

Direct Payments

Payroll – Direct Debits

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

 

 

$14,136,889.48

$32,439.18

$2,739,741.25

$16,909,069.91

 

Town Planning Scheme

Accounts Paid – March 2012

                           Cell 5

                           Cell 6

                           Cell 8

                           Cell 9

                           Cell 4

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

 

 

 

$94,944.05

$94,944.05

$552,631.06

$8,000.00

$8,981.97

$759,501.13

 

At the close of March 2012 outstanding creditors amounted to $865,300.03.

Consultation

Nil

Comment

The list of payment (cheques and electronic transfers) and the end of month total of outstanding creditors for the month of  March 2012 is presented to the Council for information and recording in the minutes of the meeting, as required by the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996.

Statutory Compliance

Regulation 13(1) of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996 requires a local government to list the accounts paid each month and total all outstanding creditors at the month end and present such information to the Council at its next Ordinary Meeting after each preparation.  A further requirement of this Section is that the prepared list must be recorded in the minutes of the Council meeting.

Strategic Implications

Nil

 

Strategic Implications

The proposal accords with the following Outcome Objective of the City’s Strategic Plan 2006 – 2021:

 “4     Governance

4.6    Provide and maintain a high standard of governance and accountability

Policy Implications

Nil

Financial Implications

Nil

Voting Requirements

Simple Majority

 

 

 

 

Recommendation

That Council RECEIVES the list of payments drawn for the month of March 2012, as summarised below:-

Funds

Vouchers

Amount

Director Corporate Services Advance A/C

Accounts Paid – March 2012

   Cheque Numbers

   EFT Document Numbers

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

Less Cancelled Cheques

Journals (Bank Fees)

Town Planning Scheme

RECOUP FROM MUNICIPAL FUND

 

 

86719 - 87043

1468 - 1488

 

 

$1,478,155.00

$13,419,430.75

$14,897,585.75

 

($1,267.64)

$72.50

($759,501.13)

($14,136,889.48)

Municipal Fund – Bank A/C

Accounts Paid – March 2012

Recoup

Direct Payments

Payroll – Direct Debits

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

 

 

$14,136,889.48

$32,439.18

$2,739,741.25

$16,909,069.91

Town Planning Scheme

Accounts Paid – March 2012

                           Cell 5

                           Cell 6

                           Cell 8

                           Cell 9

                           Cell 4

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

 

 

 

$94,944.05

$94,944.05

$552,631.06

$8,000.00

$8,981.97

$759,501.13

 

 

WARRANT OF PAYMENTS MARCH 2012

PAYMENT

DATE

DESCRIPTION

AMOUNT

 

 

 

 

00086719

02/03/2012

SKG Radiology Pty Ltd 

$657.75

 

 

  Medical Fees For HR

 

00086720

06/03/2012

Rates Refund

$849.12

00086721

06/03/2012

B Rahman 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086722

06/03/2012

M Eccles 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086723

06/03/2012

G Plummer 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086724

06/03/2012

V Kailis 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086725

06/03/2012

K Wilson 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086726

06/03/2012

A Minhaj 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086727

06/03/2012

A Harris 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086728

06/03/2012

D Carter 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086729

06/03/2012

C Datta 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086730

06/03/2012

S Nwe 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086731

06/03/2012

Rates Refund

$197.82

00086732

06/03/2012

Dane Nash

$64.36

 

 

Refund Building Plan Request - Plans Not Available

 

00086733

06/03/2012

Rates Refund

$322.19

00086734

06/03/2012

Rates Refund

$5.92

00086735

06/03/2012

Rates Refund

$41.84

00086736

06/03/2012

Perth Testing & Tagging Pty Ltd 

$1,274.00

 

 

Refund For Commercial Waste - Overpayment

 

00086737

06/03/2012

Rates Refund

$115.95

00086738

06/03/2012

Rates Refund

$390.89

00086739

06/03/2012

D & S Becarevic

$335.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086740

06/03/2012

P & K Mehmedi

$292.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086741

06/03/2012

G Cain

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086742

06/03/2012

S Gray

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086743

06/03/2012

Vinh Tuan Hoang

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086744

06/03/2012

N & V Niceska

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086745

06/03/2012

I Forsyth

$225.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086746

06/03/2012

Joondalup Hospital Pharmacy

$44.75

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086747

06/03/2012

Urban WA Real Estate

$400.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086748

06/03/2012

Baycorp

$204.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086749

06/03/2012

City of Wanneroo 

$250.00

 

 

Cash Advance - Miriam Best's Farewell & Gift - 19 Years Service

 

00086750

06/03/2012

Aboriginal Seniors Group Petty Cash 

$24.30

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086751

06/03/2012

Alexander Heights Adult Day Care Petty Cash 

$60.55

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086752

06/03/2012

Alinta Gas 

$456.95

 

 

  Gas Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  3 x Financial Assistance ($233.25)

 

00086753

06/03/2012

Clarkson Youth Centre Petty Cash 

$40.15

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086754

06/03/2012

Mary Colvin 

$135.00

 

 

Volunteer Payment - Adult Day Centre

 

00086755

06/03/2012

Cr F Cvitan 

$747.96

 

 

Travel Allowance Oct 2011 - Feb 2012

 

00086756

06/03/2012

Optus 

$150.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086757

06/03/2012

Water Corporation 

$494.00

 

 

Repairs To Meter At 25 Carberry Square (Caused By Bobcat)

 

 

 

Repairs To Meter At 27 Whyalla Chase Tapping (Caused By Bulk Rubbish Truck)

 

00086758

06/03/2012

Synergy 

$108,171.15

 

 

  Power Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  2 x Financial Assistance ($593.05)

 

00086759

06/03/2012

Telstra 

$200.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086760

06/03/2012

Clarkson Library Petty Cash 

$72.00

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086761

06/03/2012

Australia Post 

$334.00

 

 

Renewal Of Post Office Box Services - Information Management

 

00086762

06/03/2012

Christine Demiris 

$150.00

 

 

Volunteer Payment - Alexander Heights Adult Day Centre

 

00086763

06/03/2012

Wanneroo Adult Day Centre Petty Cash 

$47.50

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086764

06/03/2012

Maureen Butler 

$135.00

 

 

Volunteer Payment - Adult Day Centre

 

00086765

06/03/2012

Mrs Hazel Walker 

$195.00

 

 

Volunteer Payment - Adult Day Centre

 

00086766

06/03/2012

Susan Alison Mortimer 

$190.00

 

 

Reimbursement For Senior First Aid Course To Teach In Hydrotherapy Pool

 

00086767

06/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086768

06/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086769

06/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086770

06/03/2012

Baker & Taylor 

$89.38

 

 

Various Books Supplies - Wanneroo Library

 

00086771

06/03/2012

CBC Australia Pty Ltd 

$850.96

 

 

  Bearing Set 6 For Stores

 

00086772

06/03/2012

Coffey Projects (Australia) Pty Ltd 

$7,700.00

 

 

Koondoola Community Facility Needs Feasibility Study

 

00086773

06/03/2012

DCW Enterprises Pty Ltd 

$1,007.93

 

 

Single Rail Homestead Line Pole - Parks

 

00086774

06/03/2012

Freehills 

$5,058.86

 

 

Services For The Period To 23.01.2012 - HR

 

00086775

06/03/2012

Marevic Enterprises Pty Ltd 

$107.00

 

 

Landscape Supplies For January 2012 - Parks

 

00086776

06/03/2012

Northside Batteries 

$726.00

 

 

  Batteries For Stores

 

00086777

06/03/2012

Programmed Integrated Workforce Lim 

$19,324.59

 

 

  Casual Labour For The City

 

00086778

06/03/2012

WA Limestone Company 

$1,598.70

 

 

Supplies Of 2% BSL Mix - Infrastructure Projects

 

00086779

13/03/2012

P Lin 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086780

13/03/2012

E Basic 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086781

13/03/2012

C Barnes 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086782

13/03/2012

H Slater 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086783

13/03/2012

S Bishop 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086784

13/03/2012

R Jolliffe 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086785

13/03/2012

M Parrelli 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086786

13/03/2012

Quinns Rocks RSL Sub Branch

$3,300.00

 

 

Community Funding Program - Hallmark Events 2011-2013 - Anzac Day 2012 Dawn Service & Gunfire Breakfast

 

00086787

13/03/2012

Rates Refund

$17.90

00086788

13/03/2012

Rates Refund

$65,767.53

00086789

13/03/2012

Phyllis Brown

$450.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086790

13/03/2012

Sena Hwang

$99.00

 

 

  Refund - Swim Lessons

 

00086791

13/03/2012

Century 21 Wentworth Real Estate

$420.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086792

13/03/2012

Everdew Pty Ltd

$3,615.04

 

 

Security Deposit Refund Lot 9001 Bordeaux Link Landsdale

 

00086793

13/03/2012

Yanchep Red Hawks Cricket Club 

$80.00

 

 

  Key Bond Refund

 

00086794

13/03/2012

Yanchep Two Rocks RSL Sub Branch

$1,886.25

 

 

Community Funding Program Hallmark Event 2012 Anzac Day Memorial Parade & Service

 

00086795

13/03/2012

Encounter Church Inc

$58.71

 

 

Sponsorship 50% Waiver Of Fees For Ashdale Park Darch On The 18.02.12 & 17.03.12 Towards Pictures In The Park

 

00086796

13/03/2012

Morley Junior Ten Pin Bowling

$400.00

 

 

Sponsorship For Aaron Kearney & Chris Holoway To Attend The Australian Junior National Championships To Be Held In Lidcombe NSW 7-21 April 2012

 

00086797

13/03/2012

School Sport WA

$225.00

 

 

Sponsorship For Alicia Buchanan, Megan Elt & Ben Walton To Attend The National School Triathlon Championships To Be Held In Busselton 2-5 April 2012

 

00086798

13/03/2012

Gordon Tranter

$139.00

 

 

Reimbursement Of Development Application Fees - Not Required

 

00086799

13/03/2012

Karst Investments Pty Ltd

$92.00

 

 

Reimbursement Of Overpayment Of Subdivision Clearance Fees Lot 112 Goldsworthy Entrance Alexander Heights

 

00086800

13/03/2012

Sean Cooper

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086801

13/03/2012

Kevin Reay

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086802

13/03/2012

Bharti Dudhia

$295.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086803

13/03/2012

Helen Fay Hawkes

$9.00

 

 

  Dog Registration Refund

 

00086804

13/03/2012

Desmond & Christine Abbott

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086805

13/03/2012

Alinta Gas 

$332.95

 

 

  Gas Supplies For The City

 

00086806

13/03/2012

AMP Flexible Lifetime Super Fund 

$2,006.85

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086807

13/03/2012

Clarkson Youth Centre Petty Cash 

$106.65

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086808

13/03/2012

Accounts Services Petty Cash 

$872.10

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086809

13/03/2012

Landgate 

$4,422.23

 

 

Mining Tenements & Gross Interim Valuations Metro & FESA - Rates

 

00086810

13/03/2012

Hainsworth Youth Services Petty Cash 

$254.20

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086811

13/03/2012

Facility Officer WLCC Petty Cash 

$50.00

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086812

13/03/2012

Mr Evan Martin 

$242.00

 

 

  Keyholder Payments

 

00086813

13/03/2012

Water Corporation 

$2,464.55

 

 

  Water Charges For The City

 

00086814

13/03/2012

Zurich Client Service 

$420.72

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086815

13/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086816

13/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086817

13/03/2012

Telstra 

$228.27

 

 

  WLCC Wireless Internet Charges

 

 

 

  Mobile Charges - IT Services

 

 

 

1 x Financial Assistance ($150.00)

 

00086818

13/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086819

13/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086820

13/03/2012

Australia Post 

$223.00

 

 

Renewal Of Post Office Box 314 Wanneroo For The Period 01.04.12 - 31.03.13

 

00086821

13/03/2012

Navigator Applications Account 

$153.32

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086822

13/03/2012

Hostplus Superannuation Fund 

$1,410.95

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086823

13/03/2012

Australian Super 

$4,531.56

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086824

13/03/2012

MLC Nominees Pty Limited 

$1,223.62

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086825

13/03/2012

The Industry Superannuation Fund 

$366.48

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086826

13/03/2012

1OOF Portfolio Service Superannuation

$291.15

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086827

13/03/2012

Integra Super 

$571.43

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086828

13/03/2012

Catholic Superannuation and Retirement 

$51.30

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086829

13/03/2012

MTAA Superannuation Fund 

$692.02

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086830

13/03/2012

Australiansuper 

$3,091.31

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086831

13/03/2012

Rest Superannuation 

$4,699.96

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086832

13/03/2012

Asgard Elements Super 

$120.55

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086833

13/03/2012

Hospitality Petty Cash 

$282.20

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086834

13/03/2012

Unisuper Limited 

$817.46

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086835

13/03/2012

Hesta Super Fund 

$1,602.20

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086836

13/03/2012

Colonial First State Firstchoice 

$2,188.06

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086837

13/03/2012

Care Super 

$281.65

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086838

13/03/2012

Spectrum Super 

$755.11

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086839

13/03/2012

Media Super 

$444.80

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086840

13/03/2012

BT Super For Life 

$445.06

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086841

13/03/2012

Ashby Operations Centre Petty Cash 

$168.30

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086842

13/03/2012

Telstra Superannuation Scheme 

$1,053.88

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086843

13/03/2012

Amist Super 

$743.98

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086844

13/03/2012

Agest Administration 

$91.58

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086845

13/03/2012

Valdor Superannuation Fund 

$201.50

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086846

13/03/2012

Vision Super Pty Ltd 

$411.52

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086847

13/03/2012

Recruitmentsuper 

$696.85

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086848

13/03/2012

Macquarie Investment Management Ltd 

$109.56

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086849

13/03/2012

Superwrap - Personal Super Plan 

$723.18

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086850

13/03/2012

Ms Jodie Walter 

$121.00

 

 

  Keyholder Payments

 

00086851

13/03/2012

Construction & Building Unions 

$449.75

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086852

13/03/2012

Asteron Optimum - Suncorp Master Trust 

$434.14

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086853

13/03/2012

Plum Superannuation Fund 

$557.35

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086854

13/03/2012

Gary Bowell Super Fund 

$505.75

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086855

13/03/2012

Venetia Donnellan 

$164.60

 

 

Keyholder/Tennis Booking Officer Payments

 

00086856

13/03/2012

Perpetual Wealth Focus Super Plan 

$342.52

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086857

13/03/2012

Statewide Superannuation Trust 

$525.56

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086858

13/03/2012

OnePath Life Limited 

$386.96

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086859

13/03/2012

Catholic Super 

$334.31

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086860

13/03/2012

Apex Super Fund 

$284.50

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086861

13/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086862

13/03/2012

MLC Navigator Retirement Plan 

$288.91

 

 

  Payroll Deduction

 

00086863

13/03/2012

Miss Amy Gardiner 

$170.00

 

 

Reimbursement - Bronze Medallion - Swim Teacher

 

00086864

13/03/2012

Ms Georgia Williams 

$199.00

 

 

Reimbursement - Senior First Aid - Swim Teacher

 

00086865

13/03/2012

Miss Ashlee Torrens 

$140.00

 

 

Reimbursement - Senior First Aid - Swim Instructor

 

00086866

13/03/2012

City of Gosnells 

$5,500.00

 

 

Switch Your Thinking Subscription Fee For 2011/2012 - City Growth

 

00086867

13/03/2012

Programmed Integrated Workforce Lim 

$50,102.78

 

 

  Casual Labour For The City

 

00086868

13/03/2012

Shire of Kalamunda 

$16.80

 

 

Payment For Lost Book - Clarkson Library

 

00086869

13/03/2012

Touch Football Aust Inc 

$66.00

 

 

Touch Football Coaching Clinic For Wanneroo City Youth Centre - Programs

 

00086870

13/03/2012

Truck City Sales & Spares 

$324.50

 

 

  Parts For Fleet Maintenance

 

00086871

14/03/2012

Cr Dorothy Newton 

$500.00

 

 

Councillors Allowance $83.33 To Rates

 

00086872

14/03/2012

Cr F Cvitan 

$583.33

 

 

  Councillors Allowance

 

00086873

14/03/2012

Synergy 

$248,350.25

 

 

Streetlight Tariff Charge 25.12.2011-24.01.2012

 

00086874

14/03/2012

Synergy

$397,848.83

 

 

Streetlight Tariff Charge 25.01.2012-24.02.2012

 

00086875

14/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086876

14/03/2012

Synergy

$67,739.10

 

 

  2 x Financial Assistance ($400.00)

 

 

 

  Power Supplies For The City

 

00086877

20/03/2012

T Southee 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086878

20/03/2012

D Bailey 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086879

20/03/2012

S Meyar 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086880

20/03/2012

A Pearce 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086881

20/03/2012

J Parker 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086882

20/03/2012

S Krishnan 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086883

20/03/2012

R Anderson 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086884

20/03/2012

Clarkson Little Athletics Club 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086885

20/03/2012

H Hicks 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086886

20/03/2012

K Daniels 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086887

20/03/2012

Satterley Property Group 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086888

20/03/2012

L Coleman 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086889

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$171.80

00086890

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$1,016.66

00086891

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$168.89

00086892

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$22.38

00086893

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$380.28

00086894

20/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086895

20/03/2012

Charles Raymond

$15.00

 

 

Dog Registration Refund - Overpayment

 

00086896

20/03/2012

Elvie Jean Hamilton

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086897

20/03/2012

Bryan Noris

$38.00

 

 

  Dog Registration Refund - Sterilized

 

00086898

20/03/2012

Melinda Powell

$50.00

 

 

  Dog Registration Refund - Deceased

 

00086899

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$396.47

00086900

20/03/2012

WA Academy of Irish Dancing

$1,000.00

 

 

Sponsorship For E Purser & H Elkin-Purser - World Irish Dancing Championships - Belfast Ireland 31 March To 8 April 2012

 

00086901

20/03/2012

Calisthenics Association of WA Inc 

$600.00

 

 

Sponsorship For T Dorotich - S Lee & G Lines - ACF National Calisthenics Championships Darwin 8-15 July 2012

 

00086902

20/03/2012

Cycling WA State Junior Track Cycling Team

$600.00

 

 

Sponsorship For M Jackson, N Jefferies, B Smith, J Karel & J Hindley In The Junior Track Nationals To Be Held In Darebin Victoria 14-17 March 2012

 

00086903

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$342.19

00086904

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$458.11

00086905

20/03/2012

RWR Developments Pty Ltd

$255.00

 

 

Refund Of Fees For An Application To Amend The Detailed Area Plan For Zamia Rise Dunes 01 Relating To 33 Cave Loop Yanchep - Withdrawn

 

00086906

20/03/2012

Wanneroo Amateur Football Club

$501.59

 

 

Refund - January To March 2012 March Bookings Cancelled

 

00086907

20/03/2012

Foundation Housing

$250.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086908

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$427.35

00086909

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$660.25

00086910

20/03/2012

Universal Health Network Pty Ltd

$27.75

 

 

  Facility Hire Refund

 

00086911

20/03/2012

Martin Dickhart & Associates

$300.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086912

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$180.94

00086913

20/03/2012

Vespoli Enterprises Pty Ltd 

$781.85

 

 

Refund Overpayment On Subdivision

 

00086914

20/03/2012

Stockland WA Development Pty Limited 

$1,522.01

 

 

  Refund Overpayment On Subdivision

 

00086915

20/03/2012

Lippi Zorzi Developments 

$1,172.48

 

 

Refund Overpayment On Subdivision

 

00086916

20/03/2012

Rates Refund

$463.09

00086917

20/03/2012

Breast Cancer Care WA Inc

$81.15

 

 

  Donations From Casual For A Cause

 

00086918

20/03/2012

Lidija Tolliday

$99.00

 

 

Refund Term 1 2012 Swim Lessons

 

00086919

20/03/2012

Quinns Beach Primary School

$1,327.00

 

 

Community Funding Community Christmas Carols 2012

 

00086920

20/03/2012

Carstens Gardens 

$32.23

 

 

Refund - Overpayment Of Commercial Refuse Account

 

00086921

20/03/2012

Surf Life Saving WA

$200.00

 

 

Sponsorship For J Retty - 2012 SLSA Interstate Championships - Sydney 22-23 January 2012 (Re-Issue Of Lost Cheque # 86454)

 

00086922

20/03/2012

Tina Ashton

$32.16

 

 

  Refund Of 3 Swim Lessons

 

00086923

20/03/2012

Vodafone Pty Ltd

$200.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086924

20/03/2012

Commissioner of Police 

$109.70

 

 

Renewal For Firearm Licence - Rangers Services

 

00086925

20/03/2012

Documentary Services Pty Ltd 

$33.00

 

 

Company Search - Wanneroo Electric - Governance

 

00086926

20/03/2012

Programmed Integrated Workforce Lim 

$38,528.12

 

 

  Casual Labour For The City

 

00086927

20/03/2012

Aboriginal Seniors Group Petty Cash 

$70.80

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086928

20/03/2012

Alexander Heights Adult Day Care Petty Cash 

$27.00

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086929

20/03/2012

Alinta Gas 

$1,190.30

 

 

  Gas Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  2 x Financial Assistance ($413.50)

 

00086930

20/03/2012

Construction Training Fund 

$40,224.66

 

 

Construction Levy Payments For February 2012

 

00086931

20/03/2012

Cr F Cvitan 

$399.00

 

 

Reimbursement Of Corporate Apparel Purchased

 

00086932

20/03/2012

Landgate 

$4,705.27

 

 

Unimproved Valuations Chargeable 01.03.12 - 29.02.12 - Rating Services

 

 

 

Gross Rental Valuations Chargeable 18.02.12 - 02.03.12 - Rating Services

 

00086933

20/03/2012

Optus 

$160.20

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00086934

20/03/2012

Wanneroo Library Petty Cash 

$124.65

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086935

20/03/2012

Wanneroo Youth Centre Petty Cash 

$126.80

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086936

20/03/2012

Water Corporation 

$14,624.75

 

 

  Water Charges For The City

 

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance ($150.00)

 

 

 

Works At Pinjar Road Ashby - Infrastructure Projects

 

00086937

20/03/2012

Cancelled

 

00086938

20/03/2012

Synergy 

$23,622.60

 

 

  Power Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  3 x Financial Assistance ($950.50)

 

00086939

20/03/2012

Telstra 

$12,736.72

 

 

  Phone Charges For The City

 

 

 

  1 Financial Assistance ($149.50)

 

00086940

20/03/2012

Mrs Jennifer Martin 

$213.00

 

 

Keyholder/Tennis Booking Officer Payments

 

00086941

20/03/2012

Ms Deanne Hetherington 

$213.00

 

 

  Keyholder Payment

 

00086942

20/03/2012

Clarkson Library Petty Cash 

$68.75

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086943

20/03/2012

Finance Services Petty Cash 

$275.50

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00086944

20/03/2012

Mrs Kim Forrestal 

$121.00

 

 

  Keyholder Payment

 

00086945

25/03/2012

Autospark Joondalup 

$475.00

 

 

Supply/Fit Backvue Camera - Community Safety

 

00086946

25/03/2012

Baker & Taylor 

$411.37

 

 

  Book Stock For Library Services

 

00086947

25/03/2012

Bobcat Attach 

$14,223.00

 

 

  Bulk Skid Steer Grabs - Fleet Assets

 

00086948

25/03/2012

Budget Rent A Car 

$313.58

 

 

Car & Truck Rental For Summer Concert - Communications & Events

 

00086949

25/03/2012

Chartered Secretaries Australia Ltd 

$256.50

 

 

Seminar - Addressing Corruption Risk 27.03.2012 - Attendees N Barker, M Barry & A Ellerby

 

00086950

25/03/2012

City of Greater Geraldton 

$36.40

 

 

Lost/Damaged Book Charges - Libraries

 

00086951

25/03/2012

Clifton Perth 

$4,783.35

 

 

Lighting For Globals Beats & Eats Festival - Communications & Events

 

00086952

25/03/2012

Cully's Yamaha 

$13,618.00

 

 

New Vehicle Purchase - Yamaha 550 Auto Quad Bike - Fleet Assets

 

00086953

25/03/2012

DA & HM Pratt 

$1,276.00

 

 

Construction Of Trolley For Fire Truck - Fire Services

 

00086954

25/03/2012

Documentary Services Pty Ltd 

$42.90

 

 

Company Search - Historical Petric Properties Pty Ltd - City Lawyer

 

00086955

25/03/2012

Foo Hua Chinese Restaurant 

$460.20

 

 

Catering - Brigades & Fire Training - Fire Services

 

 

 

Catering - Mariginiup Fire - Fire Services

 

00086956

25/03/2012

Freehills 

$1,660.92

 

 

Legal Services For The Period To 23 February 2012 - HR

 

00086957

25/03/2012

G & S Maintenance 

$4,200.00

 

 

Remove Asbestos From Various Locations - Parks Maintenance

 

 

 

Jet Wash Oil Spill To Various Locations - Waste Service

 

 

 

Fence Repairs - Various Locations - Waste

 

00086958

25/03/2012

Harvey Norman AV/TI Superstore 

$821.83

 

 

  Digital Cameras & Accessories - IT

 

00086959

25/03/2012

Hocking Primary School 

$37.40

 

 

Newsletter Advertising – 4 Advertisements & Flyer Distribution - Kingsway Stadium

 

00086960

25/03/2012

JE Dowling 

$114.00

 

 

Introduction To Scrapbooking Workshop On 22.02.2012 - Yanchep Library

 

00086961

25/03/2012

Joan Roberson 

$460.00

 

 

Art Classes For Term 1 & 2 - Wanneroo Recreation Centre

 

00086962

25/03/2012

Joondalup Camera House 

$66.00

 

 

Memory Card For Olympus Camera - Parks

 

00086963

25/03/2012

Keen Bros Truck Driving School 

$220.00

 

 

Heavy Rigid Vehicle 1 Hour Lesson – For I Kelly - Engineering Maint.

 

00086964

25/03/2012

Lexis Nexis 

$311.85

 

 

Civil Proc West Australian Issue 135 - City Lawyer

 

00086965

25/03/2012

Meeting Masters 

$1,725.00

 

 

Registration Fee For LGMA National Congress Conference – Attendee H Singh

 

00086966

25/03/2012

Mrs Hebe Morgan 

$200.00

 

 

Talk On Writing & Publishing On 14.02.12 At Two Rocks Library

 

00086967

25/03/2012

Nessco 

$804.98

 

 

  Parts For Fleet

 

00086968

25/03/2012

PMP Distribution 

$1,126.72

 

 

Flyer Drop At Two Rocks/Yanchep - Communications & Events Summer Concerts

 

 

 

Flyers - Global Beats & Eats Flyer Distributions On 28/02/12-29/02/12 - Communications & Events

 

00086969

25/03/2012

Programmed Integrated Workforce Limited 

$24,127.91

 

 

  Casual Labour For The City

 

00086970

25/03/2012

Rawlinsons (WA) 

$375.00

 

 

Handbook 2012 Edition - Asset Management

 

00086971

25/03/2012

Reliable Fencing 

$18,358.45

 

 

Fencing Works At Various Locations For The City

 

00086972

25/03/2012

Revolution Ash Consulting 

$1,413.96

 

 

Taxi, Accommodation & Flight Expenses For The January 20 Leadership Development Workshop - HR

 

00086973

25/03/2012

Ringsport Pty Ltd 

$1,155.00

 

 

Olympro Boxing Gloves - Aquamotion Gym

 

00086974

25/03/2012

State Library of WA 

$1,871.60

 

 

Lost/Damaged Book Charges - Libraries

 

00086975

25/03/2012

Traudl Tan 

$100.00

 

 

Book Purchases - Libraries

 

00086976

25/03/2012

The Motor Museum of Western Austral 

$140.00

 

 

Wanneroo Senior Citizens Tour 22.02.2012 - Program  Services

 

00086977

25/03/2012

WA Limestone Company 

$33,831.90

 

 

Supply Of Limestone & BSL - Infrastructure Projects

 

00086978

25/03/2012

Wanneroo IGA 

$225.36

 

 

Groceries For Youth Service

 

 

 

Groceries For Buckingham House - Heritage Museum & Arts

 

00086979

26/03/2012

Rates Refund

$337.89

00086980

26/03/2012

Rates Refund

$149.79

00086981

26/03/2012

Rates Refund

$11.69

00086982

26/03/2012

Rates Refund

$149.79

00086983

26/03/2012

Surf Life Saving WA

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086984

26/03/2012

G Murphy 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086985

26/03/2012

A Patel 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086986

26/03/2012

Lohana Samaj of WA Inc 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086987

26/03/2012

R Dann 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086988

26/03/2012

Yanchep Junior Surf Life Saving Club 

$475.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086989

26/03/2012

D Walker 

$740.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00086990

26/03/2012

Endeavour Properties Pty Ltd

$2,128.29

 

 

Refund Of Portion Of Fees Not Endeavour Expended Assessing Amendment 18 To East Wanneroo Cell 1 Asp No.3

 

00086991

26/03/2012

Mary Ann Nobbs

$15.00

 

 

Reimbursement For Kalamunda Gold Program

 

00086992

26/03/2012

Kim De Senneville

$20.00

 

 

  Dog Registration Refund - Sterilized

 

00086993

26/03/2012

N & J Taylor

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086994

26/03/2012

Khy-Wyn Loke

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086995

26/03/2012

D & C Makin

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00086996

26/03/2012

Lions Club of Girrawheen

$2,500.00

 

 

Community Funding Program - Hallmark Event 2012 Australia Day Breakfast

 

00086997

26/03/2012

Rates Refund

$568.96

00086998

26/03/2012

Thomas Allen

$17.50

 

 

Refund For Plans

 

00086999

26/03/2012

Centry 21 Goldkey Realty

$350.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00087000

26/03/2012

Department of Housing

$176.80

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00087001

26/03/2012

Julie Wilson

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00087002

26/03/2012

Dimitrios Karakatsanakis

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00087003

26/03/2012

Shane & Alison Mitchell

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00087004

26/03/2012

Tracy Brown

$219.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00087005

26/03/2012

Trent Nairn & Jessica Dierckx 7

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00087006

26/03/2012

Rensche & Christiaan Kapp

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy