Minutes

 

Unconfirmed

 

Ordinary Council Meeting

7:00pm, 14 October, 2014

Civic Centre,

Dundebar Rd, Wanneroo


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Unconfirmed Minutes of Ordinary Council Meeting

 

 

held on Tuesday 14 October, 2014

 

 

 

 

CONTENTS

 

Item  1              Attendances   1

Item  2              Apologies and Leave of Absence   2

Item  3              Public Question Time   2

PQ01-10/14     Mr S Lindsay, Gibbs Road, Nowergup  2

PQ02-10/14     Ms A McMurdo, Russell Road, Madeley  3

PQ03-10/14     Mr P Winton, Gibbs Road, Nowergup  5

PQ04-10/14     Mrs M Manners, Belgrade Road, Wanneroo  6

PQ05-10/14     Ms K Coughlan, Belgrade Road, Wanneroo  8

PQ06-10/14     Ms P Saligari, Belgrade Road, Wanneroo  10

PQ07-10/14     Ms I Syred, Russell Road, Madeley  10

PQ08-10/14     Mr J Wood, Mornington Drive, Mariginiup  11

PQ09-10/14     Mr J Leonhardt, Kaiber Avenue, Yanchep  13

PQ10-10/14     Mr K Winterton, Gibbs Road, Nowergup  14

Item  4              Confirmation of Minutes   15

OC01-10/14     Minutes of Ordinary Council Meeting held on 16 September 2014  15

SOC02-10/14 Minutes of Special Council Meeting held on 7 October 2014  15

Item  5              Announcements by the Mayor without Discussion   15

OA01-10/14     Yanchep Two Rocks Community Bus  15

Item  6              Questions from Elected Members   15

CQ01-10/14     Cr Cvitan – Conditions on Crown Mushrooms Site  15

Item  7              Petitions   16

New Petitions Received  16

Update on Petitions  16

PT01-09/14      Requesting Completion of the Walk/Cycle Path, Solaia Loop  16

PT02-09/14      Objecting to Proposal to delete two east-west roads connecting Vandia Pass and Trojan Bend with Cheltondale Drive  16

PT03-09/14      Requesting a Moratorium on Proposed Intensive Amendment to DA2012/1349, regarding DA20144-1042, 163 Belgrade Road  17

PT04-09/14      Requesting Rates be Reduced in Eglinton Area Due to Lack of Amenities  17

PT05-09/14      Requesting Installation of Footpaths to Both Sides of Ashley Road and Waldburg Drive, Tapping  17

Item  8              Reports   18

Planning and Sustainability  18

Policies and Studies  18

PS01-10/14      Review of Local Planning Policy 4.2: Structure Planning  18

Town Planning Schemes & Structure Plans  41

PS02-10/14      Proposed Amendment No. 129 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 - Single Dwelling House  41

PS03-10/14      Adoption of Amendment No. 137 to District Planning Scheme No. 2  42

PS04-10/14      Adoption of Amendment No. 131 to District Planning Scheme No. 2  58

PS05-10/14      Adoption of Amendment No. 3 and Amendment No. 4 to the Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80  61

Development Applications  110

PS06-10/14      Reconsideration of Conditions - Development Application for 'Industry - Extractive' at Lot 52 (90) Nowergup Road, Nowergup  110

Other Matters  196

PS07-10/14      Proposed Pedestrian Accessway Closure – Portion Lot 56 (15P) Clyde Court, Wanneroo  196

City Businesses  197

Regulatory Services  197

CB01-10/14     Application to vary the Residential Design Codes and Local Planning Policy 2.1 at Lot 242, 71 Kemp Street, Pearsall  197

Property  201

CB02-10/14     Cancellation of Part of Reserve 33522 (Lot 9062 Neville Drive, Wanneroo) 201

Infrastructure  202

Infrastructure Projects  202

IN01-10/14       Tender No 01422 - Provision of Cost Planner Consultancy Services for the Design, Documentation and Construction of the Wanneroo Civic Centre Extension  202

IN02-10/14       Old Yanchep Road State BlackSpot Project - Advice of Status  202

Traffic Management  203

IN03-10/14       State and Australian Government BlackSpot Programs 2015/2016 Submissions  203

IN04-10/14       Perth Bicycle Network Local Government Grants Program 2014/2015 - Outcomes  204

IN05-10/14       Perth Bicycle Network Grants 2015/2016  205

IN06-10/14       Review Proposed Roundabouts along The Avenue, at Adora Street and Azelia Street, Alexander Heights  207

IN07-10/14       Hudson Avenue, Girrawheen - Traffic Management Scheme - Community Feedback  208

IN08-10/14       Proposed Speed Limit Change - Rousett Road  210

Community Development  210

Community Capacity Building  210

CD01-10/14     Library Services Policy and Management Procedure  210

Communication and Events  224

CD02-10/14     Community Engagement  224

Community Programs and Services  243

CD03-10/14     Oldham Reserve Changeroom Extension Project - Update  243

Corporate Strategy & Performance  246

Finance  246

CS01-10/14     Warrant of Payments for the Period to 30 September 2014  246

CS02-10/14     Financial Activity Statement for the Period Ended 31 August 2014  309

CS03-10/14     Collection of Rates and Service Charges Policy  315

CS04-10/14     Rates Charges Policy  315

CS05-10/14     Change Valuation of Land Method  315

Governance  316

CS06-10/14     Donations to be Considered by Council - October 2014  316

CS07-10/14     Proposed Council Meeting Dates for 2015  319

Chief Executive Office  321

Office of the CEO Reports  321

CE01-10/14     Appointment of Acting Chief Executive Officer  321

Item  9              Motions on Notice   321

MN01-10/14    Cr Hugh Nguyen – Request Waiver of Fees for Vietnamese Culture Association  321

Item  10           Urgent Business   322

Item  11           Confidential  322

CR01-10/14     Carabooda - Compliance  322

CR02-10/14     Acquisition of Land from Lot 8 (289) and Lot 14 (286) Gnangara Road for the Upgrade of Gnangara Road  323

Item  12           Date of Next Meeting   327

Item  13           Closure   327

 

 


Minutes

Please refer to agenda for details of full reports and attachments.

Mayor Roberts declared the meeting open at 7:00pm.

 

Good evening Councillors, staff, ladies and gentlemen, we wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land we are meeting on, the Whadjuk people.  We would like to pay respect to the Elders of the Nyoongar nation, past and present, who have walked and cared for the land and we acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contributions made to the life of this city and this region and I invite you to bow your head in prayer:

 

Lord, We ask for your blessing upon our City, our community and our Council.  Guide us in our decision making to act fairly, without fear or favour and with compassion, integrity and honesty.  May we show true leadership, be inclusive of all, and guide the City of Wanneroo to a prosperous future that all may share.  We ask this in your name. Amen

Item  1       Attendances

TRACEY ROBERTS, JP                            Mayor

 

Councillors:

 

DOT NEWTON, JP                                      Central Ward

DIANNE GUISE                                           Central Ward

FRANK CVITAN, JP                                    Central Ward

SABINE WINTON                                        Coastal Ward

BOB SMITHSON                                          Coastal Ward

GLYNIS PARKER                                       Coastal Ward

LINDA AITKEN                                             North Ward

BRETT TREBY                                             South Ward

DOMENIC ZAPPA                                       South Ward

HUGH NGUYEN                                          South Ward

 

Officers:

 

DANIEL SIMMS                                           Chief Executive Officer

PAS BRACONE                                           A/Director, Planning and Sustainability

CHRIS MORRISON                                    Director, City Businesses (left at 8:35pm)

DENNIS BLAIR                                            Director, Infrastructure

SHANE SPINKS                                          Manager Program Services

NOELENE JENNINGS                               Director, Corporate Strategy & Performance

MUSTAFA YILDIZ                                       Manager Governance & Legal

MARK DICKSON                                         Manager City Growth

JACQUELINE ROGERS                            Senior PR/Communications Officer Communications & Events

RACHAEL WRIGHT                                    A/Manager Property Services

YVETTE HEATH                                          Minute Officer

 


 

 

Item  2       Apologies and Leave of Absence

RUSSELL DRIVER                                     Coastal Ward

NORMAN HEWER                                      North Ward

ANH TRUONG                                             South Ward (Leave of Absence 24 September to 18 October inclusive)

DENIS HAYDEN                                         South Ward (Leave of Absence 29 September to 31 October inclusive

 

There were 22 registered members of the public and four members of the press in attendance.

Item  3       Public Question Time

Item PS06-10/14 Reconsideration of Conditions - Development Application for 'Industry - Extractive' at Lot 52 (90) Nowergup Road, Nowergup

 

1.         How is it possible for Council to determine the impact of the proposed modification to the haulage route if there are no plans attached to show where it will go and how much closer it will come to the residents?  Some of the residents are within 100m of the entry and exit point.

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Nowergup Road is already used by haulage vehicles from extractive industry operations situated on Wesco Road. Condition (w) would permit haulage vehicles from the operations on Lot 52 to share Nowergup Road with the haulage vehicles of other extractive industry sites.

 

Administration did not consider it necessary to prepare a haulage route plan, as the modification of the haulage route was described in the Report text, and prescribed in Condition (w).

 

2.         How is it possible for Council to determine the risk and safety of these proposed changes to the entry point and haulage route if no traffic management study has been undertaken?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Based on the number of vehicles expected and based on the volumes that have been advised to the City by the applicant, the traffic is not considered to be an issue of excessive numbers which will have a significant impact on the road network.

 

3.         Have you driven on that stretch of road and seen that the entry/exit point is presently on a major S bend and there is probably less than 40m each way to see when a truck pulls out?  There would have to be modifications there to make it safe.

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Yes and the approval of the use, if this was to be approved, would simply be continuing an existing ability to exit and enter the site from any direction.

 

4.         Regarding the fencing, the previous conditions endorsed by Council required a security fence.  This was based on the City’s need for the mine site to be secured.  The necessity to secure this mine site can still be achieved by conditioning that Lime Industries fence the footprint, or disturbance area, to achieve the safety level desired by Council.  This would solve the problems identified for the need to change this important condition.  Has the City explored the risks associated with agreeing to a condition that clearly leaves the site unsecured if there was no fence in place?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

An officer of the City attended the site together with one of the owners of the property and walked around the boundaries and was satisfied that some form of fencing, not necessarily security fencing, with some signage at regular intervals would give sufficient indication to somebody that they are crossing into another property and would dissuade someone from crossing into the property.

 

5.         Is it reasonable for Lime Industries to be able to waive a responsibility to secure a mine site based on topographical and environmental constraints?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

They are not waiving any responsibilities.  If the site is fenced and somebody approaches the property boundary they know there is a boundary and they should not cross into that property as with any fence.

 

Item MN02-08/14 Cr Brett Treby – Removal of Fig Trees in Russell Road, Madeley - Rescission Motion

 

The residents are grateful for the cleaning-up process that is going on in the area.

 

1.         We note the lower crown has been trimmed, do you intend to trim the rest of the crown to reduce the resistance to wind?

 

Response by Director Infrastructure

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by Director Infrastructure

 

The following works were recommended by an independent arborist and were conducted over the 22 and 23 September 2014:

 

·           Canopy lift pruning on the southern sides of the trees on the vacant land (6 trees) to begin to balance and shape the trees prior to development. Canopy lifting to sound growth points to approximately 20-25% of the tree on the southern side only was conducted.

 

·           Pruning on the northern sides of the canopies of the 13 trees to remove small epicormic growth which is developing off the main long tall limbs.

 

This reduced the extension growth over the roadway by up to 2m and is recommended to be carried out on an annual basis. This will retain the hedge type pruning practice that has been carried out over a number of years on these trees.

 

·           Deadwood pruned out of all 13 trees in particular Tree 1 (closest to roundabout) based upon safety grounds.

 

The independent arborist recommended not to reduce the crown any further at this time. The trees will be assessed by the independent arborist again in six months time to determine any further pruning that may be required.

 

2.         Will these trees then land on the houses across the road if they fall?

 

Response by Director Infrastructure

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by Director Infrastructure

 

The City will continue to have the trees assessed on a six monthly basis by an arborist and works will be carried out as required to ensure that the trees are maintained in accordance with best arboricultural practice.

 

3.         What is the plan to amend the damage that is occurring to the road immediately in front of the trees? When is an action plan going to happen?

 

Response by Director Infrastructure

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by Director Infrastructure

 

The road and associated infrastructure will be assessed and any damage identified will be managed as required.

 

4.         How has the trimming that has been done going to significantly reduce fruit load and eliminate the risk of slipping on foot paths or in the case of  cars  reduce  the braking distance when fruit is on the road?

 

Response by Director Infrastructure

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by Director Infrastructure

 

The recent pruning works will not reduce seasonal fruit development on the trees.  The City currently mechanically sweeps the road and footpath on a weekly basis to remove leaves and associated debris from Russell Road.  The frequency of sweeping will be increased as required to manage seasonal fruit drop and clean ups after significant weather events.

 


 

Item PS06-10/14 Reconsideration of Conditions - Development Application for 'Industry - Extractive' at Lot 52 (90) Nowergup Road, Nowergup

 

The lot that is proposed to be developed was part of the City’s proposed Scheme Amendment 108 Landscape Enhancement and the reason the Minister for Planning rejected this Amendment was because areas subject to the landscape enhancement were contained as priority resource locations in the State Planning Policy 2.4 and the subject lot is a priority resource location. 

 

1.         In considering applications for mining in areas designated by State Planning Policy 2.4, does Council have to consider the significance of the resource when it makes discretionary decisions on applications for extractive industries?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The area is designated as a priority resource area as indicated.  The City would not necessarily request details about the quality or quantity of the materials.  If someone is making an application for such a use, it can be assumed there are sufficient materials on site to be mined.  Amendment 108 has been superceded by Amendment 121 and the area in question is not within the area of Amendment 121, so the quarry is outside the proposed landscape enhancement zone.

 

2.         Was the proposed quarry in Scheme Amendment 108?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Yes.

 

3.         In State Planning Policy 2.4 the definition of basic raw materials means sand, including silica sand clay, hard rock, limestone, including metallurgical limestone, gravel and other construction and road building materials.  Does the City consider the production of agricultural lime products as a defined basic raw material under this Policy?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The definition of Extractive Industry does enable the manufacture of products from raw materials extracted from a particular site, it does not stipulate what those products need to be for.  It is a basic raw material and able to be used for a number of purposes.  It could be for building products and in this case it is proposed to be used for agricultural lime.  There is no restriction in the definition as to what the lime should be used for.

 

4.         Mr Lindsay previously asked a question about the exact location of the new proposed access road in and out of the site.  Is that identified in the applicant’s plans?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Yes the location is indicated on one of the plans and from memory it is just east of the western most boundary of the property along Nowergup Road.

 

Articles in local papers

 

1.         In consideration of two articles in recent local papers, why can the Mayor say how happy she is with the progress of Wanneroo in one article and yet another article states Councillors are saying no to rezoning east of the Wanneroo shopping centre?  Following enquiries with WAPC and Mr Day, the Minister, there is no such place as East Wanneroo. It does not have a postcode, there is no north, south or west Wanneroo, it is all Wanneroo. 

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

We are very proud of the City of Wanneroo as a whole.  We have grown by 8,000 residents, we have 680sq km and as a City we are very inclusive and very engaging.  However there are a degree of sensitivities and frustration with regard to East Wanneroo and the problems being posed for our City.

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The issues that are ongoing with East Wanneroo is the need to progress a certain number of studies which the City is currently liaising with the Western Australian Planning Commission in order to try to progress the studies, who needs to do them, when they need to be done and so on.

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

It is interesting that the Minister of Planning has not recognised East Wanneroo, perhaps that may be where our problem may lie.

 

2.         What studies are you referring to?  The WAPC knows studies are in place, why is there now more studies to be done with regard to this land?  Residents are unaware of any sensitivities. 

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

The City put forward a substantial submission with regards to the development of East Wanneroo but would be happy to have a meeting with you and Administration staff and take you through the problems that have been faced with regards to development of East Wanneroo.

 

3.         What was the reason for the City of Wanneroo saying no to the Peron Group, the developers, of something that has been approved by the WAPC?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

There is a policy on East Wanneroo.

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The studies that have been completed to date suggest that further studies such as environmental studies, infrastructure studies and structure planning is required to be completed.  With respect to the Peron Group, the question will be taken on notice.

 

 

 

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The Perron Group has submitted a request to the WAPC to initiate an amendment to the Metropolitan Region Scheme to rezone land on Caporn Street, Sinagra from Rural to Urban Deferred.  The WAPC has resolved to initiate the amendment.

 

Prior to the WAPC resolving to initiate the amendment, it sought preliminary comments on the proposal from the City.  On the basis of the then draft Local Planning Policy 5.3; East Wanneroo (LPP 5.3), Administration advised WAPC that it did not support the proposed amendment as it was considered premature and contrary to the proper and orderly planning of the East Wanneroo area.  Also, it would be likely to compromise the establishment of a proper planning framework for the East Wanneroo area, and may set an undesirable precedent for other similar proposals.

 

4.         Can written information about the studies that still need to be done and the reason for two opposing opinions in the public media be provided?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

That information will be provided and will stand by my comment that I am very proud of the City of Wanneroo.

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Regarding the studies that still need to be done (particularly those which are required to have zoning and reservations settled to a point to enable Local Structure Planning to proceed), these relate to preparation of district structure planning.  Details regarding these studies are provided in section 6.2.2 of the East Wanneroo Structure Plan (EWSP), the City's Local Planning Policy 4.2: Structure Planning (Attachment 2 of the policy), and the 'Structure Plan Preparation Guidelines' of the WAPC and Department of Planning.  Referring to section 6.2.2 of the EWSP, these include studies required to enable the district structure planning to be able to address the following:

 

·         Location of land use types including housing targets and dwelling yields;

·         Hierarchy and location of activity centres;

·         Location of community facilities;

·         Location of district open space;

·         Location of secondary and tertiary education institutions;

·         District water management strategy;

·         Response to environmental features and need for ecological linkages;

·         Identification of district roads, public transport routes and major cycle paths and pedestrian networks;

·         Location of major services and infrastructure;

·         Proposed arrangements for funding and developer contributions; and

·         Details of staging.

 

Regarding the reason why Council has opposed the rezoning 'east of the Wanneroo shopping centre' (which is presumably referring to the recently advertised MRS Amendment proposing to rezone a number of lots on Dundebar Road from Rural to Urban Deferred), this is because the proposed rezoning of this small pocket of land was contrary to Council's LPP 5.3, which proposes rezoning of all of the EWSP's, 'potential urban' area to Urban under the MRS, through two MRS amendments.  It may be noted that in opposing the Dundebar Road MRS amendment, Council also resolved to advise WAPC that it would support Urban rezoning of all of the EWSP 'potential urban' area.

 

Responses to question PQ11-09/14  re Item PS04-09/14 Initiation of Advertising for Amendment No. 140 – Rezoning of Lot 4 & 5 Mornington Drive, Mariginiup

 

1.         Who answers the questions put to Council and who signs off on their grammatical accuracy?  To explain, not only were my questions recorded but because of the previous misunderstanding I provided a Word hard copy to the executive officer of the questions I asked.  In the response, the word “entities” someone ‘corrected’ to read ‘entitles’, thereby making the question nonsensical and may well be a reason why the answer is nonsensical also.

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Responses to questions are prepared and issued by Administration and are signed off by the Director.

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

While the question recorded in the Minutes of the Council Meeting of 16 September 2014 uses the word 'entitles', Administration assumed that this was meant to read 'entities', and answered the question on that basis.  The answers to the following questions will show that the answer provided was not nonsensical.

 

2.         Can you explain ‘inferred’ boundaries?  The only knowledge I have of an inferred boundary is where the land mass is subject to earthquakes and because of the movement of tectonic plates, in other words because the earth moves, the boundaries are inferred.

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The EWSP map (Figure 11 in the EWSP report) does not use a detailed base, with all roads and property boundaries.  The locations of the boundaries of the potential urban areas shown on the map therefore need to be inferred in terms of how they may relate to detailed locations of roads and property boundaries.

 

3.         Do inferred boundaries in Wanneroo mean the earth moves in Wanneroo?  Or are the boundaries subject to change? Or should I infer the boundaries, in other words make an informed guess where the boundaries are? And furthermore would the boundaries I infer be the same boundaries anyone else in the room would infer?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Inferring the boundaries involves making an informed assessment as to how they may relate to roads and property boundaries. 

 

 

 

 

The boundaries you might infer might be different to what someone else might infer.  That is why the suggestion was made in the answer provided to question 1 of the previous Council Meeting that you allow Administration to show you on a plan where it infers the boundaries to be.

 

4.         The question asked for the areas of both the land entities north of Wanneroo and the area south of Wanneroo that Council wants progressed as a whole and was given quite precise answers, 12.5sq km and 10.5sq km.  What boundaries were used to calculate these areas?  Were they inferred boundaries or do they really exist?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The boundaries used are those Administration has inferred from the East Wanneroo Structure Plan.

 

5.         Council want whole land entities to apply for an MRS and the response as to timing was ‘the time would depend on how quickly landowner groups can initiate applications.’  Does Council know how many landowners/groups there are in an area of 12.5sq km and 10.5sq km?  As a comment, I live in an area that has only 18 landowners and to reach consensus with that small number is difficult, a bit akin to herding cats.  How is it even viable to think landowners in much larger land areas than where I am could reach consensus?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

There are four landowner groups in the 12.5 sq km area north of Dundebar Road, and one substantial landowner group in the 10.5 sq km area south of Dundebar Road.  Advice from landowner representatives and their consultants indicates that the LPP 5.3 approach is viable.

 

6.         My previous question 4 asked what are the barriers and problems were that prevented the areas being rezoned.  The response was that the State Government and Local Government disagree on process.  From that answer it is assumed that there are no groundwater issues, conservation issues, environmental issues, infrastructure, servicing, transport etc issues and that once the ‘process’ problem is resolved it’s all good to go?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Under the process proposed under LPP 5.3, the first step of that process (rezoning to Urban under the MRS) does not require detailed study of these issues.  However, preparation of district structure planning will involve detailed study of the issues  referred to above.

 

 

 

7.         Finally, the response to my question 6 is a cut and paste of Council’s recommendation to not support the Dundebar Road proposal.

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

              

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The answer to your question 6 from the previous Council Meeting is a para-phrasing of points one to five in Administration’s report on the Dundebar Road proposal. This answers your question on this matter.

 

Removal of buffer zone, Crown Mushrooms

 

1.         Crown Mushrooms are in receivership and the land is vacant.  When can the buffer zone be removed?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

              

The property is in receivership and the land has been sold to a new purchaser.  It will depend on what the developer wants to do in the future as to whether any buffers would be removed or still be applicable.  If there is no mushroom farm operating from the property that buffer would need to be removed.  The land is still zoned urban development so further studies would need to be conducted and amendments carried out to the District Planning Scheme and to the Metropolitan Region Scheme before any development could occur on that land and any land similarly zoned.

 

2.         How long is that likely to take?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

              

If an amendment to the Metropolitan Region Scheme, District Planning Scheme, structure planning and environmental studies need to be undertaken it could be approximately 3 to 5 years.

 

3.         So we would not be able to sell our property for three to five years? It is very hard to sell a property with a buffer zone on it as it devalues the property by about a third.

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

              

There is not anything precluding anyone selling their property at any particular time.

 

Item MN02-08/14 Cr Brett Treby – Removal of Fig Trees in Russell Road, Madeley - Rescission Motion

 

1.         What is Council doing about finishing the work on these fig trees, 1-15 Russell Road?  Reducing the height of the trees as promised by 10-15%, removing the dead wood, damaging cross branches and erecting the root barriers?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

              

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by Director Infrastructure

 

The following works were recommended by an independent arborist and were conducted over the 22 and 23 September 2014:

 

·           Canopy lift pruning on the southern sides of the trees on the vacant land (6 trees) to begin to balance and shape the trees prior to development. Canopy lifting to sound growth points to approximately 20-25% of the tree on the southern side only was conducted.

 

·           Pruning on the northern sides of the canopies of the 13 trees to remove small epicormic growth which is developing off the main long tall limbs. This reduced the extension growth over the roadway by up to 2m and is recommended to be carried out on an annual basis. This will retain the hedge type pruning practice that has been carried out over a number of years on these trees.

 

·           Deadwood pruned out of all 13 trees in particular Tree 1 (closest to roundabout) based upon safety grounds.

 

The independent arborist recommended not to reduce the crown any further at this time. The trees will be assessed by the independent arborist again in six months time to determine any further pruning that may be required.

 

2.         What is Council doing about the roots?  They are damaging the water meters and reticulation and cracking ceilings and foundations of homes across the road.  The root barriers need to be installed.

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

              

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response by Director Infrastructure

 

This matter will require further investigation and independent advice to determine if a root barrier is an appropriate treatment.

 

A sample from a tree root within the property boundary of #1 Russell Road has recently been taken to establish if the root is from the ficus trees on the adjacent verge.

 

 

Item PS04-09/14 Initiation of Advertising for Amendment No. 140 – Rezoning of Lot 4 & 5 Mornington Drive, Mariginiup

 

A solution was found to satisfy all stake holders in relation to the proposal presented at the last Council meeting which was not carried.  The proposal put forward represents .021% of the East Wanneroo Structure Plan area and 1.39% of the total estimated dwellings.  Directly behind this land is the RPS Group of landholders and is the subject of an MRS Amendment and is approximately 176ha in area, known as Mariginiup North.

 

1.         Is Council aware that all of the land is directly adjacent to the existing urban area on the western side of Mornington Drive and that the proposal would provide a gradual urban interface with East Wanneroo Structure Plan to the south and east of the site?  It is 400m from the new shopping centre. 

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

              

Lots 4 and 5 are adjacent to the urban fringe.

 

2.         Is it possible to get a letter from Administration to acknowledge that it would not be perceived as a ‘dog’s breakfast’ as described by Councillors at the last meeting?  If approved it would be an orderly and appropriate planning outcome. 

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The content of this statement is unclear and therefore Administration is not in a position to provide further information.

              

3.         Is Council aware that the surrounding 26 landowners representing that 176ha are supportive of Council approving NLV’s application for rezoning as it would assist their future plans, providing that infrastructure contributions were negotiated between NLV and the City and providing that NLV are committed to a self-managed sewer treatment plant?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Question taken on notice.

 

NLV were advised by planning staff to wait two years until the new policy was implemented in order to facilitate the application again.  Wanneroo Council and WAPC  are in a deadlock and Councillors believe WAPC should be responsible for the work required to unlock the urbanisation of the area.  WAPC say this should be the responsibility of the collective landowners.  NLV seeks support of Council to resubmit at the next meeting with a new proposal offering a solution to the deadlock and provide Council the funding to act in the interests of all landowners in the East Wanneroo Structure Plan area.  The solution is for NLV to partner with the Council to pay an advanced infrastructure contribution of $5.2m over the course of the project so Council have earlier capacity to fund the necessary resources within the City on behalf of all owners in this area.  This can either be done in stages or holistically.  There is no planning restriction on NLV’s land and the funding would flow through to Council within 12 months, at a rate of $1 to $1.5m per year, if the rezoning process was successful. 

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

This is turning into a deputation, please ask a question.

 

Did ask to meet with your office prior to application but did not receive a response and so this is the only way to present to Council collectively.

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Prior to the last Council meeting, detailed emails were sent to all Councillors.

 

A meeting was requested with your office and it was declined prior to the meeting.

 

Response by Chief Executive Officer

 

Judging from the questions and preamble, this is quite a technical proposal to Council. It would be best to first direct this to the Director of Planning and Sustainability who can generate a report for consideration by Council.

 

That process was followed and staff recommended it but Councillors have overturned that, so this is the only opportunity available to talk to the Councillors.

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

That is a resolution of Council.  Councillors did receive the information via email.

 

4.         NLV is comfortable about negotiating this contribution to seek capital at the rezoning process, not the DA process.  Can I ask for a show of hands if you would feel comfortable?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

That is entirely inappropriate, Councillors cannot be asked in a Council meeting to have a show of hands.    There is an East Wanneroo Structure Plan and there is a policy to help provide certainty to land owners to move forward in East Wanneroo.  Council is in a deadlock with the State Government and there is a degree of sensitivity around that.

 

5.          Is Council happy to instruct Planning staff to undertake further discussions so the proposal could be resubmitted to Council in order to make funds available to progress the East Wanneroo Structure Plan?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

The Council resolution does not restrict arranging meetings with the Chief Executive Officer or the Directorate.

 

6.         Is Council supportive of NLV resubmitting on the basis of contributing?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Further meetings can be arranged with the Chief Executive Officer and the Directorate.

 

Item CD03-10/14          Oldham Reserve Changeroom Extension Project - Update 

 

Everyone thanks Administration for the recommendation in tonight’s report and hope that Councillors are supportive of the recommendation.  Will the building still happen quickly, although it is realised that it may be unrealistic prior to the start of the football season.  Will the urgency still be there?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Yes, the City understands the urgency and the processes that have to be gone through prior to the construction of the facility.

 

 

 

 

Response by Manager Program Services

 

Changes to the recommendation of the report will not affect the project timeframe.  Administration will continue to work towards providing the facility as soon as possible. 

 

Item PS06-10/14 Reconsideration of Conditions - Development Application for 'Industry - Extractive' at Lot 52 (90) Nowergup Road, Nowergup

 

1.         At the moment, Lime Industries have about four types of fencing.  They have security fencing as part of the conditions, including the fencing adjoining the gates, but further down they propose to put safety ‘farm-type’ fencing in.  What is farm-type fencing?  How far apart will the poles be and how high?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Farm type fencing would be described as rural fencing, like post and rail as opposed to security fencing such as a link mesh fence.

 

2.         The next fencing is concept fencing and signage which is in fact no fencing as there is too much bush, but if a fire went through and destroys the bush, there will be no fencing.  It appears that the total amount of fencing is approximately 2-3,000m and of that the security fencing will be on either side of the gates, accounting for about 40m?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

If a fire went through the area the City would pursue the land owners to install some additional fencing.

 

3.         Is Administration aware that someone broke into the property in the last three months and entered through a neighbouring property and went through a farm fence, which was not secure?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Take that as a statement.  If the fence was to be erected would additional bushland need to be cleared?

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

If fencing was required to be installed, some bushland would need to be cleared.  The plan in the Agenda does indicate where fencing is proposed to be installed or reinstated and improved.  There are some sections where no fencing is proposed due to the topography of the land and existing vegetation.

 

4.         It appears the company is doing things on the cheap and putting “wealth before health”.

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Take that as a statement.

 

 

 

Item  4       Confirmation of Minutes

OC01-10/14       Minutes of Ordinary Council Meeting held on 16 September 2014

Moved Cr Newton, Seconded Cr Parker

 

That the minutes of the Ordinary Council Meeting held on 16 September 2014 be confirmed subject to the following amendment:-

 

CR01-09/14 – Offer to purchase Lot 105 (196) Gnangara Road, Landsdale be amended to include the words “Absolute Majority” after the words “Delegates” in Item 3. of the resolution.

 

Carried Unanimously

 

SOC02-10/14    Minutes of Special Council Meeting held on 7 October 2014

Moved Cr Newton, Seconded Cr Parker

 

That the minutes of the Special Council Meeting held on 7 October 2014 be confirmed.

 

Carried Unanimously

 Item  5      Announcements by the Mayor without Discussion

OA01-10/14       Yanchep Two Rocks Community Bus

Mayor Roberts advised that herself, the Chief Executive Officer and Director of Community Development attended the Phil Renkin Centre in Two Rocks and received a Certificate of Appreciation 25 Years presented to the City of Wanneroo from Yanchep Two Rocks Community Bus in recognition of the City’s support.   The Mayor stated the Yanchep Two Rocks Community Bus Committee has been operating for 25 years to provide this extremely valuable service to the community and commended them for this.

Item  6       Questions from Elected Members

CQ01-10/14       Cr Cvitan – Conditions on Crown Mushrooms Site

As the property and business of Crown Mushrooms may have been sold, will Administration prepare a report to Council highlighting the conditions the applicant had to meet previously to upgrade the site, as the new owner may also be running a business from that site?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

It may be appropriate to have a briefing to all Elected Members on this matter.

 

Response by A/Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The conditions on the current approval require certain works to be undertaken by the end of this year. 

 

The former owner did submit an application to the City to vary that condition and to put alternative arrangements in place.  During consideration of this matter, the City became aware that the property was in receivership and the receivers have asked the City to put the application on hold whilst they attempted to sell the property.  The property has now been sold and Administration need to have further discussion with the receivers to establish what the new owner’s intentions are.  If they wish to continue operating the facility, they are still obliged to comply with the original approval in place or they continue with the application to amend those conditions with an alternative proposal. 

Item  7       Petitions

New Petitions Received 

Nil

Update on Petitions   

Cr Treby presented a petition of 40 signatories from the public and residents of the Chianti Estate, Wanneroo Road, requesting the completion of the walk/cycle path to be continued from the southern end of Solaia Loop through to the northern end where the path starts again behind Contis winery.

 

 

Update

 

The dual use path (DUP) located within the Yellagonga Park reserve is identified in the Yellagonga Management Plan (YMP) and the Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPAW) (formerly DEC) has constructed sections within the existing reserve (that is; MRS Parks and Recreation reserve south of Woodvale Agreed Structure Plan No. 64 (ASP 64)). ASP 64 required a Landscape Masterplan, which was prepared and identifies the DUP in a manner consistent with the YMP. ASP 64 requires that subdividers prepare a wetland rehabilitation plan and construct the DUP to the satisfaction of the DPAW and the City and this has occurred for the northern section, however the southern section has not been constructed and this is understood to be due to a receivership matter that has delayed the development and release of further stages of the subdivision with the area. Further development including the rehabilitation of the wetland buffer (inclusive of the DUP) will be delayed pending the resolution of the receivership matter. Administration understands that the affected land is currently for sale. It is anticipated that once the land is sold the development of the area will continue and the City will pursue the completion of the works in due course with the future landowner.

 

Cr Treby presented a petition of 19 residents of Vandia Pass and Trojan Bend objecting to the proposal to delete two east-west roads connecting Vandia Pass and Trojan Bend with Cheltondale Drive as per proposed Amendment No. 36 to East Wanneroo Cell 6 Agreed Structure Plan No. 8.

 

Update

 

The applicant is proposing amendments to the East Wanneroo Cell 6 Agreed Structure Plan No. 8, which will be advertised for public comment in the near future and prior to any consideration by the City. 

 

The matter will be  presented to a Council Meeting later this year or early in 2015 if objections are received that are unable to be addressed by the applicant through further modifications to the Structure Plan.  If no objections are received or the objections received are able to be addressed, the matter may be determined under delegated authority by City Administration without being presented to Council for determination. 

 

Cr Cvitan presented a petition of 25 signatories who all reside in the Crown Mushroom buffer area requesting a moratorium on the proposed Intensive Amendment to DA2012/1349, regarding DA20144-1042, 163 Belgrade Road".

 

Update

 

The City has requested further information from the proponent before being able to progress the above development application for additional works at the property.  Until the information is received no further action will be taken by the City on this development application. It is unknown at this stage if and when this development application will be presented to Council.  Should the additional information requested be provided and should it address matters that have been raised, the development application may be able to be determined under delegated authority by City Administration without being presented to Council.

 

Cr Hewer presented a petition from 11 residents of the Eglinton area requesting that their rates be reduced significantly due to not receiving the amenities being paid for.

 

Update

 

The City's Rating Service has reviewed the petition list and are preparing the explanation of the rates charged for these properties. The City is currently arranging some site inspections on a few properties on the list so as to determine their current purpose of the land.  It is anticipated that a report in response to this petition will go to Council's 11 November meeting.

 


Cr Newton presented a petition (not in the usual format) of 92 petitioners requesting the installation of footpaths to both sides of Ashley Road and Waldburg Drive, Tapping due to speeding motorists.

 

Update

 

A report will be presented to the 11 November 2014 Council meeting.

 


 

 

Item  8       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.

Cr Treby declared an indirect financial interest in Item PS05-10/14 due to the legal advisor engaged by the City in these matters being the same advisor he has engaged to assist in a family matter.

 

Cr Winton declared a proximity interest in Item PS06-10/14 due to owning and residing on an adjacent property in Gibbs Road, Nowergup.

 

Cr Aitken declared a conflict of interest in Item PS06-10/14 due to a close mentor being involved with WA Limestone.

 

Planning and Sustainability

Policies and Studies

PS01-10/14       Review of Local Planning Policy 4.2: Structure Planning

File Ref:                                              3981 – 14/248865

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       3         

 

Moved Cr Guise, Seconded Cr Cvitan

That Council, PURSUANT to Clause 8.11.3.1(a) of District Planning Scheme No. 2 ADOPTS the revised Local Planning Policy 4.2: Structure Planning, as contained in Attachment 2 for the purpose of advertising, and ADVERTISES it for public comment for a period of 42 days by way of:

 

a)      Advertisement in all local newspapers circulating within the City of Wanneroo for two (2) consecutive editions;

 

b)      Display at the City’s Administration Centre Building, City Libraries and on the City’s website; and

 

c)      Written notification to relevant landowners, stakeholders and government agencies, as determined by the Director, Planning and Sustainability.

 

 

Carried Unanimously


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Town Planning Schemes & Structure Plans

PS02-10/14       Proposed Amendment No. 129 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 - Single Dwelling House

File Ref:                                              6919V02 – 12/96167

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       Nil       

 

Moved Cr Smithson, Seconded Cr Zappa

That Council:-

 

1.       Pursuant to Section 75 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 PREPARES Amendment No. 129 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 by:

a)      Replacing the words “Single House" with the words "Single Dwelling House" within the first sentence of subclause 6.1.3 (b);

b)      Replacing the word "dwelling" with the words "'Single House'" in subclause 6.1.3 (b); and

c)      Inserting the following definition into Schedule 1 - Interpretations under
1. General Definitions:

"Single Dwelling House: means a Single House, as defined by the Residential Design Codes, as well as any incidental development thereto, as defined by the Residential Design Codes."

 

2.      REFERS Amendment No. 129 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 to the Environmental Protection Authority for comment pursuant to Section 81 of the Planning and Development Act 2005;

 

3.      Subject to no objection being received from the Environmental Protection Authority, ADVERTISES the amendment for public comment for a period of 42 days, pursuant to Regulation 25(2) of the Town Planning Regulations 1967; and

 

4.      FORWARDS a copy of Amendment No. 129 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 to the Western Australian Planning Commission.

 

 

Carried Unanimously

 


 

PS03-10/14       Adoption of Amendment No. 137 to District Planning Scheme No. 2

File Ref:                                              9933 – 14/239279

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       3         

 

Moved Cr Guise, Seconded Cr Aitken

That Council:-

 

1.       Pursuant to Regulation 17(2)(a) of the Town Planning Regulations 1967, ADOPTS Amendment No. 137 to District Planning Scheme No. 2, as shown in Attachment 2 without any modification;

 

2.       Pursuant to Town Planning Regulations 22 and 25 AUTHORISES the affixing of the common seal to, and endorses the signing of, the Amendment No. 137 documentation by the Director, Planning and Sustainability; and

 

3.       FORWARDS the Amendment No. 137 documentation to the Western Australian Planning Commission for its consideration, REQUESTING the Hon. Minister for Planning grant final approval of the Amendment.

 

Carried Unanimously


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PS04-10/14       Adoption of Amendment No. 131 to District Planning Scheme No. 2

File Ref:                                              8580 – 14/244327

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       4  

Previous Items:                                   PS02-11/13 - Adoption of Amendment No. 131 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 - Ordinary Council - 12 Nov 2013      

 

Moved Cr Guise, Seconded Cr Aitken

That Council:-

 

1.       Pursuant to Regulation 17(2)(a) of the Town Planning Regulations 1967 ADOPTS, without modification, Amendment No. 131 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 to recode Lots 141 (14), 142 (15), and 143 (7) Clyde Court, Wanneroo from Residential R5 to Residential R20 as shown in Attachment 2;

2.       Pursuant to Town Planning Regulations 22 and 25 AUTHORISES the affixing of the common seal to, and endorses the signing of, the Amendment No. 131 documentation by the Director, Planning and Sustainability;

3.       FORWARDS the Amendment No. 131 documentation to the Western Australian Planning Commission for its consideration REQUESTING the Hon. Minister for Planning grant final approval to the amendment;  and

4.       NOTES the submission in Attachment 4, ENDORSES Administration's responses to and recommendations on each, FORWARDS the submission to the Western Australian Planning Commission and ADVISES the submitter of its decision.

 

Carried Unanimously


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Cr Treby declared an indirect financial interest in Item PS05-10/14 due to the legal advisor engaged by the City in these matters being the same advisor he has engaged to assist in a family matter and left Chambers at 7:57pm.

 

File Ref:                                              2957-04 – 14/245718

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       8         

 

Moved Cr Cvitan, Seconded Cr Nguyen

That Council:-

 

1.       NOTES the petition tabled at 1 April 2014 Council Meeting for Council to consider a medical centre including pharmacy, to be located at Lot 810 Wanneroo Road, Wanneroo (PT06-04/14), and ADVISES the principal petitioner of its decision outlined in Items 2. and 4. below;

 

2.       Pursuant to Clauses 9.6.1 (b) of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, RESOLVES that Amendment No. 4 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80, included as Attachment 3, submitted by Wakefield Planning Australia on behalf of Goldrange Pty Ltd & Greenpark Asset Pty Ltd is SATISFACTORY, subject to the recommended modifications listed in the Schedule of Modifications included as Attachment 8 being made to the satisfaction of the Director Planning and Sustainability;

 

3.       Pursuant to Clause 9.6.1 of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, SUBMITS three copies of Amendment No. 4 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80 to the Western Australian Planning Commission for its adoption and certification, once modified in accordance with 2. above;

 

4.       Pursuant to Section 31 (2) (c) of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004, SET ASIDE the deemed refusal of Amendment No. 3, and pursuant to Clause 9.6.1 (b) of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, and subject to item 2. above, RESOLVE that Amendment No. 3 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80, included as Attachment 2, is SATISFACTORY and SUBMITS three copies to the Western Australian Planning Commission for its adoption and certification;

 

5.       Pursuant to Clause 9.6.5 of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, ADOPTS Amendment No. 3 and the duly modified Amendment No. 4 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80 and AUTHORISES the Director, Planning and Sustainability to SIGN the Amendment documents; and

 

6.       NOTES the Schedule of Submissions received in respect of Amendment No. 3 and Amendment No. 4 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80 included as Attachment 5 and Attachment 6, ENDORSES Administration’s comments and recommendations in response to those submissions, FORWARDS the Schedule of Submissions to the Western Australian Planning Commission and ADVISES the submitters of its decision.

 

Carried Unanimously

 

 

Amendment

 

Moved Cr Smithson, Seconded Cr Aitken

 

That Recommendation 2. be modified to include the word “following” after the words "subject to the". Delete the words from “recommended" through to "as Attachment 8” and insert a), b) and c). 

 

2.       Pursuant to Clauses 9.6.1 (b) of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, RESOLVES that Amendment No. 4 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80, included as Attachment 3, submitted by Wakefield Planning Australia on behalf of Goldrange Pty Ltd & Greenpark Asset Pty Ltd is SATISFACTORY, subject to the following recommended modifications listed in the Schedule of Modifications included as Attachment 8 being made to the satisfaction of the Director Planning and Sustainability;:

 

a)    Unless otherwise prescribed in (b) and (c) below, the recommended modifications listed in the Schedule of Modifications included as Attachment 8;

 

b)    Modification to proposed Section 2.2 of Table C to delete the words 'Medical Centre' from the list of discretionary ‘D’ uses within the Special Use ‘B’ zone and include ‘Medical Centre’ in the list of permitted 'P' uses within Special Use “B” Zone; and

 

c)    Modification to proposed Section 2.2 of Table C to delete the words 'Pharmacy (other than as part of Medical Centre)’ from the list of prohibited ‘X’ uses within the Special Use ‘B’ zone and include ‘Pharmacy’ in the list of permitted 'P' uses within Special Use “B” Zone;

 

In recommendation 4. delete the rest of the sentence following the word “SATISFACTORY” and add the words “subject to” through to “Director, Planning and Sustainability".  Add a paragraph a). 

 

4.       Pursuant to Section 31 (2) (c) of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004, SET ASIDE the deemed refusal of Amendment No. 3, and pursuant to Clause 9.6.1 (b) of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, and subject to item 2. above, RESOLVE that Amendment No. 3 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80, included as Attachment 2, is SATISFACTORY, and SUBMITS three copies to the Western Australian Planning Commission for its adoption and certification; subject to the following modification being made to the satisfaction of the Director, Planning and Sustainability:

 

a)    The land use permissibility for 'Medical Centre' and 'Pharmacy' be prescribed as permitted 'P' for Lot 810 and Lot 811 Wanneroo Road;

 

Insert a new Recommendation 5. and renumber recommendation 5. and 6 accordingly.

 

5.       Pursuant to Clause 9.6.1 of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, SUBMITS three copies of Amendment No. 3 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80 to the Western Australian Planning Commission for its adoption and certification, once modified in accordance with 4. above;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amend the renumbered recommendation 6. to insert the words “the duly modified” following the word “ADOPTS”.

 

5. 6.   Pursuant to Clause 9.6.5 of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, ADOPTS the duly modified Amendment No. 3 and the duly modified Amendment No. 4 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80 and AUTHORISES the Director, Planning and Sustainability to SIGN the Amendment documents; and

 

lost

3/8

For the motion:           Cr Smithson, Cr Aitken and Cr Winton

 

Against the motion:   Cr Cvitan, Cr Guise, Cr Newton, Cr Nguyen, Cr Parker, Mayor Roberts, Cr Treby and Cr Zappa

 

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Cr Winton declared a proximity interest in Item PS06-10/14 due to owning and residing on an adjacent property in Gibbs Road, Nowergup.

 

Cr Aitken declared a conflict of interest in Item PS06-10/14 due to a close mentor being involved with WA Limestone.

 

Crs Winton and Aitken left Chambers at 8:19pm.

Development Applications

PS06-10/14       Reconsideration of Conditions - Development Application for 'Industry - Extractive' at Lot 52 (90) Nowergup Road, Nowergup

File Ref:                                              DEV11/1122 – 14/93764

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       4         

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Parker

That Council:-

 

1.       ADVISES TME Town Planning Management and Engineering and the State Administrative Tribunal that, pursuant to Section 31 of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004, Council has reconsidered its decision of 17 December 2013 relating to the application for an 'Industry – Extractive' (and ancillary earthmoving equipment training) at Lot 52 (90) Nowergup Road, Nowergup and RESOLVES to set aside its previous decision (SPS01-12/13), and APPROVE the revised 'Industry – Extractive' proposal subject to the following conditions:

 

          Terms of this Approval

 

a)      This approval does not permit activities pertaining to “earthmoving equipment training” to be carried out on Lot 52;

 

b)      Subject to the following paragraphs (i) to (iii), this approval shall be valid for a total period of 10 years expiring on 10 December 2023 consisting of two consecutive 5-year periods from the date of issue.

 

(i)      At least 12 months (but not more than 18 months) prior to the end of the first 5 year period of this approval (expiring on 10 December 2018), the landowner shall submit to the City of Wanneroo a report (Compliance Report) outlining compliance with the conditions subject to this approval.

 

(ii)     With the aid of the Compliance Report, the Manager Planning Implementation shall within six months of receiving the Compliance Report, review the landowner's compliance with these conditions (including compliance with any associated plan, permit or direction).

 

(iii)     If the Manager Planning Implementation forms the view (acting reasonably) that the Compliance Report is satisfactory, or if the Manager Planning Implementation does not complete their review within six months of receiving the Compliance Report, the second 5 year period of this approval will commence from the later date of either:

 

 

·        the expiry of the first five year period; or

 

·        the date 6 months from when the Compliance Report is submitted;

 

c)      If the Manager Planning Implementation forms the view under condition (b)(ii) above (acting reasonably) that the Compliance Report is unsatisfactory or that the landowner's compliance with these conditions is unsatisfactory:

 

(i)      The Manager Planning Implementation shall as soon as possible inform the landowner in writing of the matters considered to be unsatisfactory;

 

(ii)     If those matters are addressed by the landowner to the satisfaction of the Manager Planning Implementation (acting reasonably) prior to the expiry of the first 5 year period, then the second 5 year period will commence in accordance with condition (b)(iii) above;

 

(iii)     Otherwise, the second 5 year period referred to in condition (b) above will not commence unless further planning approval is sought and obtained and all structures, plant, machinery, equipment and other material erected on Lot 52 pursuant to this approval shall be removed no later than 30 June 2019 and the site rehabilitated as outlined in this approval;

 

          Lapsing Period

 

d)      Notwithstanding condition (b) and (c) above, if the development the subject of this approval is not substantially commenced within a period of 24 months from the date of approval, the approval shall lapse and be of no further effect. Where an approval has lapsed, no further development shall be carried out without the further approval of the City having first been sought and obtained;

 

Boundaries of the Disturbance Area

 

e)      All clearing of vegetation and operations relating to this approval shall be confined within the boundaries of the proposed pits (the Disturbance Area), as indicated on the site plan included as Attachment 1 (Site Plan). No other areas of Lot 52 shall be utilised in a manner subject to this approval without the further planning approval of the City;

 

          Vegetation

 

f)       All necessary permits, licences and permissions (which may include a licence issued under the Wildlife Conservation Act 1950 and/or a permit issued under the Environmental Protection (Clearing of Native Vegetation) Regulations 2004) are to be obtained prior to the commencement of works related to the clearing of vegetation;

 

          Hours of Operation

 

g)      Unless alternative hours are agreed to in writing by Council, the hours of operation for the approved development shall be as follows:

 

(i)      Crushing shall be limited to 0700 – 1700 hours, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays);

 

 

 

 

(ii)     Loading and movement of trucks into and out of the Site shall be limited to 0700 – 1700 hours, Monday to Friday and 0700 – 1200 on Saturday (excluding public holidays); and

 

(iii)     Clearing, establishment, excavation works and all other operations not referred to in paragraphs (i) and (ii) shall be limited to 0700 – 1700 hours, Monday to Friday and 0700 – 1200 on Saturday (excluding public holidays);

 

          Environmental Management Plan

 

h)      Development on the subject site shall comply in all respects and at all times with the Environmental Management Plan included as Attachment 2, and the conditions of this approval;

 

i)        In the event of any inconsistency between these conditions and the Environmental Management Plan, the conditions of Planning Approval will prevail to the extent of any inconsistency;

 

j)        Any cutting, grinding, chipping or mulching of trade waste vegetation to be utilised for soil stabilisation or dust suppression on the site shall at all times occur within the Disturbance Area. Unless agreed to in writing by the Manager Planning Implementation, trade waste vegetation not utilised on the site shall be disposed of at a landfill site that is acceptable in the opinion of the Manager Planning Implementation;

 

          Geotechnical Risk Assessment and Karstic Features Management Plan

 

k)      Within 90 days of the completion of excavation operations (or within such other period approved by the Manager of Planning Implementation in writing), the landowner shall carry out a geophysical assessment of the excavated floor levels of the site, including the use of ground penetrating radar, to the satisfaction of the City, to verify that there are no adverse stability issues related to the limestone that may compromise future land use;

 

l)        The landowner must ensure that a person who is competent and experienced in identifying karst features shall carry out inspections of the faces and floors of the excavation areas on a daily basis during excavation operations and record the results. If any evidence of a cavity is identified:

 

(i)    all excavation operations in the area potentially affected by the cavity shall immediately cease and must not recommence:

 

A.  until paragraph (ii) of this condition (l) is complied with; and

 

B.  other than in accordance with paragraph (iii) of this condition (l);

 

(ii)   the landowner shall promptly obtain a geotechnical risk assessment of the affected areas from a suitably qualified and experienced geotechnical engineer or engineering geologist (Geotechnical Risk Assessment). The Geotechnical Risk Assessment is to, without limitation:

 

A.      define the area affected by the cavity identified;

B.      analyse the risks to human health and property arising from the operations on Lot 52;

 

 

 

C.      outline the management strategies and investigations required to reduce the risks to human health and property arising from the operations on Lot 52 to acceptable levels;

D.      contain a conclusion regarding whether it is safe for excavation operations to recommence within the area affected by cavities, and if so, the conditions on which those operations should be recommenced; and

E.      be provided in draft to the City and, in the event that the City makes comments on the Geotechnical Risk Assessment, the final Geotechnical Risk Assessment is to take those comments into account; 

 

(iii) the landowner must comply in all respects with the Geotechnical Risk Assessment;

 

m)     Within 7 days of a request being made by the City, the landowner must provide the City with copies of its records containing the results of the inspections undertaken pursuant to condition (l);

 

n)      Prior to undertaking any excavation on Lot 52, the landowner shall obtain the City’s written approval  of a karstic features management plan for the protection of the environmental and ecological values of the karstic features within the subject site (the Karstic Features Management Plan). The Karstic Features Management Plan is to be prepared in accordance with the policies authored or endorsed by the Environment Protection Authority, including but not limited to Environmental Guidance for Planning and Development (Guidance Statement 33) 2008;

 

o)      Development on the subject site shall comply in all respects and at all times with the:

 

(i)    The Site Plan included as Attachment 1, including so that:

 

A.         no excavation within the 'proposed pit' occurs below the levels                           prescribed; and

 

B.         no heavy machinery is operated on the top of the quarry face;

 

(ii)   Karstic Features Management Plan; and

 

(iii)  Geotechnical Risk Assessment, if required by condition (l);

 

          The Geotechnical Risk Assessment is to Prevail

 

p)      In the event of an inconsistency between the Geotechnical Risk Assessment and any condition within, or document referred to in, this approval, the Geotechnical Risk Assessment is to prevail to the extent of that inconsistency;

 

          Predictive Contour Plan and Rehabilitation Plan

 

q)      Within 12 months of this approval and thereafter on an annual basis, the landowner shall submit a Predictive Contour Plan and Rehabilitation Plan, to illustrate the intended depth and direction of excavation and extent of rehabilitation in the coming 12-month period;

 

r)       The Disturbance Area shall be progressively rehabilitated when final contour levels and grades for each stage are achieved and within 12 months of the closure of each stage. Such rehabilitation shall be in accordance with an endorsed Rehabilitation Plan;

 

Post Expiration of this Approval

 

s)       Within six months following the expiration of this approval the landowner shall provide the City a detailed feature and contour survey of the site, and a geotechnical, compaction and stabilisation certification of the excavated floor of each stage;

 

          Ancillary Facilities

 

t)       All ancillary facilities, such as (but not limited to) ablution and lunchroom facilities shall be provided on the site prior to the commencement of operations. Such facilities may be provided outside the Disturbance Area, provided that the development of these facilities would not result in a loss of vegetation that is deemed unacceptable by the Manager Planning Implementation;

 

Access

u)      Access to Lot 52 shall be from Nowergup Road and via a sealed crossover, which:

 

(i)    is designed and constructed to the City's specifications; and

 

(ii)   aligns with the access road referred to in condition (v);

 

v)      The access road from Nowergup Road to Lot 52 shall be modified to avoid any encroachment onto adjoining land. The access road from the intersection with Nowergup Road shall be constructed and sealed to ensure dust emissions from machinery and traffic are minimised;

 

w)      The route for all haulage vehicles entering and leaving the site shall be via Nowergup Road.  Haulage vehicles shall not enter or exit the site:

 

(i)      from Dunstan Road; or

 

(ii)     via Gibbs Road;

 

          Noise Management

 

x)      The landowner shall ensure that all approved activities are in accordance with the noise management, suppression and mitigation measures contained in the Noise Management Plan (included as Attachment 4) and ensure that the requirements of the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997 are complied with at all times;

 

y)      If at any time compliance with the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997 cannot be maintained; the operations on site shall immediately cease until such time that operations can comply with the aforementioned Regulations;

 

z)       Within six months of commencement of extraction operations, the landowner shall commission a consultant to assess noise emissions and verify compliance with the Noise Management Plan and requirements of the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations and shall submit that consultant’s report to the City. Any recommendations contained in the report shall be undertaken by the landowner within 3 months of the date of the report;

 

 

 

 

aa)    To ensure that the amenity of nearby residences is not unduly interfered with, vehicles, equipment and machinery used on the site (other than trucks collecting limestone or sand from the site) must not use reversing alarms  unless those alarms are required for the safe conduct of operations on the site (in accordance with the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 and the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997);

 

bb)    Any reversing alarm on any vehicle, piece of equipment or machinery shall be broad-band reversing alarms;

 

cc)    In addition to any other condition, if an officer of the City inspects the site and is satisfied that any of the operations on the site are generating an unreasonable amount of noise, or that any of those operations are not compliant with any of the conditions relating to noise emissions (including non­-compliance with the noise management measures contained in the Noise Management Plan), the City may issue a direction requiring any of the following:

 

(i)   Noise monitoring;

 

(ii)  Submission of a noise assessment;

 

(iii) Submission of an amended noise management plan and implementation of that plan;

 

(iv)  The activities on the site brought into compliance with this approval;

 

In this condition 'an unreasonable amount of noise' means noise which exceeds the levels assigned by the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997.

 

dd)    Crushing of materials shall only occur in the Disturbance Area, which shall be shielded by one or more of the following:

 

(i)      the slopes of natural landforms as they exist prior to the landowner commencing the development subject to this approval; and/or

 

(ii)     constructed bunds, stockpiles and other features as described in the Noise Management Plan;

 

          Complaints and Annual Report

 

ee)    The landowner shall:

 

(i)      Keep a complaints log in which the following is to be recorded:

 

A.   the date and time, where relevant, of each complaint made and received;

 

B.   the means (telephone, email or mail) by which the complaint was made;

 

C.  any personal details of the complainant that were provided or, if no details were provided, a note to that effect;

 

D.  the nature of the complaint (including a description of the operations and the equipment to which the complaint relates);

 

E.   the steps or actions taken in, and the timing of, the response to each complaint, including any follow up contact with the complainant; and

 

F.   if no actions or steps were taken in relation to the complaint/enquiry, the reason(s) why no actions or steps were taken;

 

(ii)     respond as soon as possible, and in any event within three working days, to any complaint received and provide the City with a copy of the response; and

 

(iii)     provide the complaints' log to the City, together with a copy of any complaints received and its response upon request;

 

ff)      By 31 July each year, a report (Annual Report) shall be submitted to the City that includes, in respect of the period from 1 July to 30 June of the year in question:

 

(i)      the progress of the excavation activities;

 

(ii)     production levels;

 

(iii)     the progress of rehabilitation undertaken and completed;

 

(iv)    the measures taken to suppress and minimise dust;

 

(v)     the measures taken to suppress and minimise noise;

 

(vi)    the number and type of community complaints and responses, and whether and how such complaints have been resolved;

 

(vii)   results of noise, dust and bore monitoring;

 

(viii)   a report on the actions taken to ensure compliance with condition (l); and

 

(ix)    the results of any investigations or monitoring required by the Karstic Features Management Plan;

 

          Department Licence

 

gg)    If required, a licence from the Department of Environment Regulation, in accordance with the Environmental Protection Act 1986 and Environmental Protection Regulations 1987 in respect of the:

 

(i)   the site as a prescribed premises for quarrying operations; and

 

(ii)  the use of the crusher on the site for quarrying operations,

 

must be obtained prior to the commencement of the quarry, crushing or screening operations on site;

 

          Miscellaneous

 

hh)    All activities pertaining to any vehicle or equipment wash-down or servicing shall be confined to a wash down area with a pollutant trap within the Disturbance Area, which shall be provided before any vehicle or equipment wash-down or servicing commences on the site;

 

ii)       No explosives shall be stored on Lot 52 and no blasting shall be carried out without the written approval of the Manager Planning Implementation;

 

 

 

jj)       Prior to the commencement of development, the landowner shall install and maintain fencing and signage in accordance with the 'Concept Fencing and Signage Plan' (included as Attachment 3), to ensure the security and safety of the operational areas within Lot 52;

 

kk)    Subject to conditions (ll) and (mm) below, unless otherwise approved by the City in writing,  no peat, landfill, soil, chemical or other substance or material is to be brought onto Lot 52 for the purposes of:

 

(i)         filling the land to achieve the approved finished floor levels; or

 

(ii)        manufacturing products or materials from the limestone extracted; or

 

(iii)       storage or stockpiling;

 

ll)       Reasonable quantities of the following materials and substances may be brought onto Lot 52 for the sole purpose of blending with the limestone extracted from Lot 52 for the purpose of manufacturing agricultural lime in accordance with this approval:

 

(i)         Calcium hydroxide;

 

(ii)        Calcium carbonate; and

 

(iii)       Molasses; and

 

mm) The landowner may store on the site the agricultural lime produced by blending the limestone extracted from the site with one or more of the materials and substances referred to in condition (ll), or such other materials approved by the City pursuant to condition (kk), in such quantities as is reasonably required to meet the market demand for its product.

 

nn)    For the avoidance of doubt, all conditions of this approval regarding the rehabilitation, closure and future use of the site, or which otherwise requires works to be undertaken following the expiry of this approval, are enforceable notwithstanding the expiration of the approval.

 

2.       Subject to 1. above, ADVISES the applicant that:

 

a)      In relation to various conditions contained within item 1. above, the term 'Disturbance Area' refers to the portion of Lot 52 where bounded by the 'Proposed Stage Boundaries' indicated on the site plan included in Attachment 1;

 

b)      Development subject of this approval should only be operated while the landowner/operator holds a licence approved under the City of Wanneroo Extractive Industries Local Law 1998 (Extractive Industry Licence);

 

c)      If the Manager Planning Implementation forms the view (acting reasonably) that any matter identified in the Annual Report is unsatisfactory, the Manager Planning Implementation shall notify the landowner in writing of that matter and may also give direction as to how that matter may be addressed. Details of the landowner’s response to any such notification shall be included in the Compliance Report referred to in item 1(b) above, as well as the Complaints Log and the Annual Report;

 

d)      A reference to legislation or policy includes a reference to that legislation or policy as amended or replaced from time to time; and

 

 

e)      If required, a licence must be obtained prior to the commencement of the approved development on Lot 52 from the Department of Water, in accordance with the Rights in Water and Irrigation Act 1914 (WA), in respect of the installation of bores;

 

3.       ADVISES submitters of the decision as outlined in item 1, above; and

 

4.       ADVISES the following agencies of its decision outlined in Item 1, above:

 

a)      The Western Australian Planning Commission;

b)      The Department of Environment Regulation;

c)      The Environmental Protection Authority; and

d)      The Department of Water.

 

Amendment

 

Moved Cr Newton, Seconded Cr Guise

 

Recommendation 1. under Miscellaneous Item (kk) be amended to remove reference to Condition (ll) and (mm) and item (nn) be re-numbered as item (ll).  Items ll) and mm) to be deleted.

 

kk)    Subject to conditions (ll) and (mm) below, unless otherwise approved by the City in writing,  nNo peat, landfill, soil, chemical or other substance or material is to be brought onto Lot 52 for the purposes of:

 

(i)         filling the land to achieve the approved finished floor levels; or

 

(ii)        manufacturing products or materials from the limestone extracted; or

 

(iii)       storage or stockpiling;

 

ll)      Reasonable quantities of the following materials and substances may be brought onto Lot 52 for the sole purpose of blending with the limestone extracted from Lot 52 for the purpose of manufacturing agricultural lime in accordance with this approval:

 

(i)         Calcium hydroxide;

 

(ii)        Calcium carbonate; and

 

(iii)       Molasses; and

 

mm) The landowner may store on the site the agricultural lime produced by blending the limestone extracted from the site with one or more of the materials and substances referred to in condition (ll), or such other materials approved by the City pursuant to condition (kk), in such quantities as is reasonably required to meet the market demand for its product.

 

nn)ll) For the avoidance of doubt, all conditions of this approval regarding the rehabilitation, closure and future use of the site, or which otherwise requires works to be undertaken following the expiry of this approval, are enforceable notwithstanding the expiration of the approval.

 

Carried Unanimously

 

 

 

 

Substantive Motion as Amended

 

That Council:-

 

1.       ADVISES TME Town Planning Management and Engineering and the State Administrative Tribunal that, pursuant to Section 31 of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004, Council has reconsidered its decision of 17 December 2013 relating to the application for an 'Industry – Extractive' (and ancillary earthmoving equipment training) at Lot 52 (90) Nowergup Road, Nowergup and RESOLVES to set aside its previous decision (SPS01-12/13), and APPROVE the revised 'Industry – Extractive' proposal subject to the following conditions:

 

          Terms of this Approval

 

a)      This approval does not permit activities pertaining to “earthmoving equipment training” to be carried out on Lot 52;

 

b)      Subject to the following paragraphs (i) to (iii), this approval shall be valid for a total period of 10 years expiring on 10 December 2023 consisting of two consecutive 5-year periods from the date of issue.

 

(i)      At least 12 months (but not more than 18 months) prior to the end of the first 5 year period of this approval (expiring on 10 December 2018), the landowner shall submit to the City of Wanneroo a report (Compliance Report) outlining compliance with the conditions subject to this approval.

 

(ii)     With the aid of the Compliance Report, the Manager Planning Implementation shall within six months of receiving the Compliance Report, review the landowner's compliance with these conditions (including compliance with any associated plan, permit or direction).

 

(iii)    If the Manager Planning Implementation forms the view (acting reasonably) that the Compliance Report is satisfactory, or if the Manager Planning Implementation does not complete their review within six months of receiving the Compliance Report, the second 5 year period of this approval will commence from the later date of either:

 

·      the expiry of the first five year period; or

 

·      the date 6 months from when the Compliance Report is submitted;

 

c)      If the Manager Planning Implementation forms the view under condition (b)(ii) above (acting reasonably) that the Compliance Report is unsatisfactory or that the landowner's compliance with these conditions is unsatisfactory:

 

(i)      The Manager Planning Implementation shall as soon as possible inform the landowner in writing of the matters considered to be unsatisfactory;

 

(ii)     If those matters are addressed by the landowner to the satisfaction of the Manager Planning Implementation (acting reasonably) prior to the expiry of the first 5 year period, then the second 5 year period will commence in accordance with condition (b)(iii) above;

 

 

 

 

 

(iii)    Otherwise, the second 5 year period referred to in condition (b) above will not commence unless further planning approval is sought and obtained and all structures, plant, machinery, equipment and other material erected on Lot 52 pursuant to this approval shall be removed no later than 30 June 2019 and the site rehabilitated as outlined in this approval;

 

          Lapsing Period

 

d)      Notwithstanding condition (b) and (c) above, if the development the subject of this approval is not substantially commenced within a period of 24 months from the date of approval, the approval shall lapse and be of no further effect. Where an approval has lapsed, no further development shall be carried out without the further approval of the City having first been sought and obtained;

 

Boundaries of the Disturbance Area

 

e)      All clearing of vegetation and operations relating to this approval shall be confined within the boundaries of the proposed pits (the Disturbance Area), as indicated on the site plan included as Attachment 1 (Site Plan). No other areas of Lot 52 shall be utilised in a manner subject to this approval without the further planning approval of the City;

 

          Vegetation

 

f)       All necessary permits, licences and permissions (which may include a licence issued under the Wildlife Conservation Act 1950 and/or a permit issued under the Environmental Protection (Clearing of Native Vegetation) Regulations 2004) are to be obtained prior to the commencement of works related to the clearing of vegetation;

 

          Hours of Operation

 

g)      Unless alternative hours are agreed to in writing by Council, the hours of operation for the approved development shall be as follows:

 

(i)      Crushing shall be limited to 0700 – 1700 hours, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays);

 

(ii)     Loading and movement of trucks into and out of the Site shall be limited to 0700 – 1700 hours, Monday to Friday and 0700 – 1200 on Saturday (excluding public holidays); and

 

(iii)    Clearing, establishment, excavation works and all other operations not referred to in paragraphs (i) and (ii) shall be limited to 0700 – 1700 hours, Monday to Friday and 0700 – 1200 on Saturday (excluding public holidays);

 

          Environmental Management Plan

 

h)      Development on the subject site shall comply in all respects and at all times with the Environmental Management Plan included as Attachment 2, and the conditions of this approval;

 

 

 

 

i)       In the event of any inconsistency between these conditions and the Environmental Management Plan, the conditions of Planning Approval will prevail to the extent of any inconsistency;

 

j)       Any cutting, grinding, chipping or mulching of trade waste vegetation to be utilised for soil stabilisation or dust suppression on the site shall at all times occur within the Disturbance Area. Unless agreed to in writing by the Manager Planning Implementation, trade waste vegetation not utilised on the site shall be disposed of at a landfill site that is acceptable in the opinion of the Manager Planning Implementation;

 

          Geotechnical Risk Assessment and Karstic Features Management Plan

 

k)      Within 90 days of the completion of excavation operations (or within such other period approved by the Manager of Planning Implementation in writing), the landowner shall carry out a geophysical assessment of the excavated floor levels of the site, including the use of ground penetrating radar, to the satisfaction of the City, to verify that there are no adverse stability issues related to the limestone that may compromise future land use;

 

l)       The landowner must ensure that a person who is competent and experienced in identifying karst features shall carry out inspections of the faces and floors of the excavation areas on a daily basis during excavation operations and record the results. If any evidence of a cavity is identified:

 

(i)    all excavation operations in the area potentially affected by the cavity shall immediately cease and must not recommence:

 

A. until paragraph (ii) of this condition (l) is complied with; and

 

B. other than in accordance with paragraph (iii) of this condition (l);

 

(ii)   the landowner shall promptly obtain a geotechnical risk assessment of the affected areas from a suitably qualified and experienced geotechnical engineer or engineering geologist (Geotechnical Risk Assessment). The Geotechnical Risk Assessment is to, without limitation:

 

A.      define the area affected by the cavity identified;

B.      analyse the risks to human health and property arising from the operations on Lot 52;

C.      outline the management strategies and investigations required to reduce the risks to human health and property arising from the operations on Lot 52 to acceptable levels;

D.      contain a conclusion regarding whether it is safe for excavation operations to recommence within the area affected by cavities, and if so, the conditions on which those operations should be recommenced; and

E.      be provided in draft to the City and, in the event that the City makes comments on the Geotechnical Risk Assessment, the final Geotechnical Risk Assessment is to take those comments into account; 

 

(iii) the landowner must comply in all respects with the Geotechnical Risk Assessment;

 

 

 

m)     Within 7 days of a request being made by the City, the landowner must provide the City with copies of its records containing the results of the inspections undertaken pursuant to condition (l);

 

n)      Prior to undertaking any excavation on Lot 52, the landowner shall obtain the City’s written approval  of a karstic features management plan for the protection of the environmental and ecological values of the karstic features within the subject site (the Karstic Features Management Plan). The Karstic Features Management Plan is to be prepared in accordance with the policies authored or endorsed by the Environment Protection Authority, including but not limited to Environmental Guidance for Planning and Development (Guidance Statement 33) 2008;

 

o)      Development on the subject site shall comply in all respects and at all times with the:

 

(i)    The Site Plan included as Attachment 1, including so that:

 

A.  no excavation within the 'proposed pit' occurs below the levels prescribed; and

 

B.  no heavy machinery is operated on the top of the quarry face;

 

(ii)   Karstic Features Management Plan; and

 

(iii)  Geotechnical Risk Assessment, if required by condition (l);

 

          The Geotechnical Risk Assessment is to Prevail

 

p)      In the event of an inconsistency between the Geotechnical Risk Assessment and any condition within, or document referred to in, this approval, the Geotechnical Risk Assessment is to prevail to the extent of that inconsistency;

 

          Predictive Contour Plan and Rehabilitation Plan

 

q)      Within 12 months of this approval and thereafter on an annual basis, the landowner shall submit a Predictive Contour Plan and Rehabilitation Plan, to illustrate the intended depth and direction of excavation and extent of rehabilitation in the coming 12-month period;

 

r)       The Disturbance Area shall be progressively rehabilitated when final contour levels and grades for each stage are achieved and within 12 months of the closure of each stage.

 

          Such rehabilitation shall be in accordance with an endorsed Rehabilitation Plan;

 

Post Expiration of this Approval

 

s)      Within six months following the expiration of this approval the landowner shall provide the City a detailed feature and contour survey of the site, and a geotechnical, compaction and stabilisation certification of the excavated floor of each stage;

 

         

          Ancillary Facilities

 

t)       All ancillary facilities, such as (but not limited to) ablution and lunchroom facilities shall be provided on the site prior to the commencement of operations. Such facilities may be provided outside the Disturbance Area, provided that the development of these facilities would not result in a loss of vegetation that is deemed unacceptable by the Manager Planning Implementation;

 

Access

u)      Access to Lot 52 shall be from Nowergup Road and via a sealed crossover, which:

 

(i)    is designed and constructed to the City's specifications; and

 

(ii)   aligns with the access road referred to in condition (v);

 

v)      The access road from Nowergup Road to Lot 52 shall be modified to avoid any encroachment onto adjoining land. The access road from the intersection with Nowergup Road shall be constructed and sealed to ensure dust emissions from machinery and traffic are minimised;

 

w)     The route for all haulage vehicles entering and leaving the site shall be via Nowergup Road.  Haulage vehicles shall not enter or exit the site:

 

(i)      from Dunstan Road; or

 

(ii)     via Gibbs Road;

 

          Noise Management

 

x)      The landowner shall ensure that all approved activities are in accordance with the noise management, suppression and mitigation measures contained in the Noise Management Plan (included as Attachment 4) and ensure that the requirements of the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997 are complied with at all times;

 

y)      If at any time compliance with the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997 cannot be maintained; the operations on site shall immediately cease until such time that operations can comply with the aforementioned Regulations;

 

z)      Within six months of commencement of extraction operations, the landowner shall commission a consultant to assess noise emissions and verify compliance with the Noise Management Plan and requirements of the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations and shall submit that consultant’s report to the City. Any recommendations contained in the report shall be undertaken by the landowner within 3 months of the date of the report;

 

aa)    To ensure that the amenity of nearby residences is not unduly interfered with, vehicles, equipment and machinery used on the site (other than trucks collecting limestone or sand from the site) must not use reversing alarms  unless those alarms are required for the safe conduct of operations on the site (in accordance with the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 and the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997);

 

bb)    Any reversing alarm on any vehicle, piece of equipment or machinery shall be broad-band reversing alarms;

 

cc)    In addition to any other condition, if an officer of the City inspects the site and is satisfied that any of the operations on the site are generating an unreasonable amount of noise, or that any of those operations are not compliant with any of the conditions relating to noise emissions (including non­-compliance with the noise management measures contained in the Noise Management Plan), the City may issue a direction requiring any of the following:

 

(i)   Noise monitoring;

 

(ii)  Submission of a noise assessment;

 

(iii) Submission of an amended noise management plan and implementation of that plan;

 

(iv)  The activities on the site brought into compliance with this approval;

 

In this condition 'an unreasonable amount of noise' means noise which exceeds the levels assigned by the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997.

 

dd)    Crushing of materials shall only occur in the Disturbance Area, which shall be shielded by one or more of the following:

 

(i)      the slopes of natural landforms as they exist prior to the landowner commencing the development subject to this approval; and/or

 

(ii)     constructed bunds, stockpiles and other features as described in the Noise Management Plan;

 

          Complaints and Annual Report

 

ee)    The landowner shall:

 

(i)      Keep a complaints log in which the following is to be recorded:

 

A.  the date and time, where relevant, of each complaint made and received;

 

B.  the means (telephone, email or mail) by which the complaint was made;

 

C.  any personal details of the complainant that were provided or, if no details were provided, a note to that effect;

 

D.  the nature of the complaint (including a description of the operations and the equipment to which the complaint relates);

 

E.   the steps or actions taken in, and the timing of, the response to each complaint, including any follow up contact with the complainant; and

 

F.   if no actions or steps were taken in relation to the complaint/enquiry, the reason(s) why no actions or steps were taken;

 

(ii)     respond as soon as possible, and in any event within three working days, to any complaint received and provide the City with a copy of the response; and

 

(iii)    provide the complaints' log to the City, together with a copy of any complaints received and its response upon request;

 

ff)      By 31 July each year, a report (Annual Report) shall be submitted to the City that includes, in respect of the period from 1 July to 30 June of the year in question:

 

(i)      the progress of the excavation activities;

 

(ii)     production levels;

 

(iii)    the progress of rehabilitation undertaken and completed;

 

(iv)    the measures taken to suppress and minimise dust;

 

(v)     the measures taken to suppress and minimise noise;

 

(vi)    the number and type of community complaints and responses, and whether and how such complaints have been resolved;

 

(vii)   results of noise, dust and bore monitoring;

 

(viii)  a report on the actions taken to ensure compliance with condition (l); and

 

(ix)    the results of any investigations or monitoring required by the Karstic Features Management Plan;

 

          Department Licence

 

gg)    If required, a licence from the Department of Environment Regulation, in accordance with the Environmental Protection Act 1986 and Environmental Protection Regulations 1987 in respect of the:

 

(i)   the site as a prescribed premises for quarrying operations; and

 

(ii)  the use of the crusher on the site for quarrying operations,

 

must be obtained prior to the commencement of the quarry, crushing or screening operations on site;

 

          Miscellaneous

 

hh)    All activities pertaining to any vehicle or equipment wash-down or servicing shall be confined to a wash down area with a pollutant trap within the Disturbance Area, which shall be provided before any vehicle or equipment wash-down or servicing commences on the site;

 

ii)      No explosives shall be stored on Lot 52 and no blasting shall be carried out without the written approval of the Manager Planning Implementation;

 

 

 

jj)      Prior to the commencement of development, the landowner shall install and maintain fencing and signage in accordance with the 'Concept Fencing and Signage Plan' (included as Attachment 3), to ensure the security and safety of the operational areas within Lot 52;

 

kk)    No peat, landfill, soil, chemical or other substance or material is to be brought onto Lot 52 for the purposes of:

 

(i)         filling the land to achieve the approved finished floor levels; or

 

(ii)        manufacturing products or materials from the limestone extracted; or

 

(iii)       storage or stockpiling;

 

ll)      For the avoidance of doubt, all conditions of this approval regarding the rehabilitation, closure and future use of the site, or which otherwise requires works to be undertaken following the expiry of this approval, are enforceable notwithstanding the expiration of the approval.

 

2.       Subject to 1. above, ADVISES the applicant that:

 

a)      In relation to various conditions contained within item 1. above, the term 'Disturbance Area' refers to the portion of Lot 52 where bounded by the 'Proposed Stage Boundaries' indicated on the site plan included in Attachment 1;

 

b)      Development subject of this approval should only be operated while the landowner/operator holds a licence approved under the City of Wanneroo Extractive Industries Local Law 1998 (Extractive Industry Licence);

 

c)      If the Manager Planning Implementation forms the view (acting reasonably) that any matter identified in the Annual Report is unsatisfactory, the Manager Planning Implementation shall notify the landowner in writing of that matter and may also give direction as to how that matter may be addressed. Details of the landowner’s response to any such notification shall be included in the Compliance Report referred to in item 1(b) above, as well as the Complaints Log and the Annual Report;

 

d)      A reference to legislation or policy includes a reference to that legislation or policy as amended or replaced from time to time; and

 

e)    If required, a licence must be obtained prior to the commencement of the approved development on Lot 52 from the Department of Water, in accordance with the Rights in Water and Irrigation Act 1914 (WA), in respect of the installation of bores;

 

3.       ADVISES submitters of the decision as outlined in item 1, above; and

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.       ADVISES the following agencies of its decision outlined in Item 1, above:

 

a)      The Western Australian Planning Commission;

b)      The Department of Environment Regulation;

c)      The Environmental Protection Authority; and

d)      The Department of Water.

 

That the substantive motion was put as amended and

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

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Other Matters

PS07-10/14       Proposed Pedestrian Accessway Closure – Portion Lot 56 (15P) Clyde Court, Wanneroo

File Ref:                                              14541 – 14/166883

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       4         

 

Recommendation

That Council:-

 

1.       NOTES the submissions received as summarised in Attachment 2 in respect to the proposed closure of a portion of the pedestrian access way formally known as Lot 56 (15P) Clyde Court, Wanneroo, and ENDORSES Administration's responses to those submissions;

 

2.       SUPPORTS the closure of the portion of the pedestrian access way formally known as Lot 56 (15P) Clyde Court, Wanneroo, identified in Attachment 4, and FORWARDS the proposal to the Western Australian Planning Commission for its endorsement;

 

3.       Subject to the closure of the pedestrian access way formally known Lot 56 (15P) Clyde Court, Wanneroo being endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission, AUTHORISES Administration to request the Minister for Lands to amalgamate the pedestrian access way formally known as Lot 56 (15P) Clyde Court, Wanneroo, as identified in Attachment 4, into the adjoining road reserve;

 

4.       INDEMNIFIES the Minister for Lands against any claim for compensation arising from the closure; and

 

5.         ADVISES the proponent and submitters of its decision.

 

 

Procedural Motion

 

Moved Cr Guise, Seconded Cr Cvitan

 

That the motion be referred back to Administration for further information in relation to a matter raised in a deputation.

 

Carried Unanimously

 

 

 

 


 

City Businesses

Regulatory Services

CB01-10/14       Application to vary the Residential Design Codes and Local Planning Policy 2.1 at Lot 242, 71 Kemp Street, Pearsall

File Ref:                                              3571 – 14/264049

Responsible Officer:                           Director City Businesses

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       1         

 

Recommendation

That Council REFUSE a Codes Variation Application for a Single House at Lot 242, 71 Kemp Street, Pearsall relating to Open Space as it is contrary to the provisions of Local Planning Policy 2.1 Residential Development.

 

LAPSED FOR WANT OF A MOVER

 

Alternative Motion

 

Moved Cr Cvitan, Seconded Cr Newton

 

That Council:-

 

APPROVES the Codes Variation Application submitted by Julian Coletta for a Single House at Lot 242 (71) Kemp Street, Pearsall, as depicted in Attachment 1 of this report.

 

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

Reason for Alternative Motion

 

The City's Local Planning Policy 2.1 – Residential Development (LPP 2.1) is currently being reviewed by Administration and is expected to be presented to Council Forum in the new year. This review will establish standards for the provision of open space that will allow for greater flexibility in the assessment of open space variations and will ensure that the provision of open space is outcome based; rather than being defined by an arbitrary percentage of the site. In addition, it is noted that there are applications approved in the City that allow development of up to 65% of the property.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Property

CB02-10/14       Cancellation of Part of Reserve 33522 (Lot 9062 Neville Drive, Wanneroo)

File Ref:                                              8179 – 14/244526

Responsible Officer:                           Director City Businesses

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       1

Previous Items:                                   CB07-11/13 - Cancellation of Part of Reserve 33522 (Lot 9062 Neville Drive, Wanneroo) - Ordinary Council - 12 Nov 2013

                                                            CB04-04/13 - Cancellation of Part of Reserve 33522 (Lot 9062 Neville Drive, Wanneroo) - Ordinary Council - 02 Apr 2013    

 

Recommendation

That Council:-

1.       REQUESTS that the Minister for Lands:

a)      cancels the Management Order applicable to Reserve 33522 in so far as it applies to Lot 9062 on Deposited Plan 180865 (being the whole of the land comprised in Qualified Certificate of Crown Land Title Volume LR3047 Folio 113) ("Lot 9062"); and

b)      cancels the portion of Reserve 33522 as is wholly comprised in Lot 9062;

2.       DELEGATES BY ABSOLUTE MAJORITY to the Chief Executive Officer the authority to execute such documents as are required by the Minister for Lands from the City of Wanneroo to effect that revocation of the Management Order applicable to Reserve 33522 and cancellation of the portion of Reserve 33522 in so far as the same apply to Lot 9062 and is resolved by (1);

3.       CONSENTS to the disposal of Lot 9062 by the Minister for Lands to Andrew John Ayling and Sheila Ayling; and

4.       NOTES that in the event that a sale of Lot 9062 by the Minister for Lands to Andrew John Ayling and Sheila Ayling does not proceed, the City shall agree to assume management of Lot 9062 provided that Lot 9062 is amalgamated with the adjacent parcel of Reserve 33522.

Alternative Motion

 

Moved Cr Newton, Seconded Cr Guise

 

That Council NOT PROGRESS with the cancelling of the Management Order applicable to Reserve 33522.

 

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

Reason for Alternative Motion

 

Council does not consider it appropriate to progress the disposal of Lot 9062 or requesting the cancelling of the Management Order due to the effect such action would have on the adjoining land owners.

 

   

Infrastructure

Infrastructure Projects

IN01-10/14         Tender No 01422 - Provision of Cost Planner Consultancy Services for the Design, Documentation and Construction of the Wanneroo Civic Centre Extension

File Ref:                                              7819 – 14/228248

Responsible Officer:                           Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       Nil

Previous Items:                                   CE01-04/12 - Extension of Civic/Administration Centre - Ordinary Council - 03 Apr 2012

                                                            IN02-03/14 - Wanneroo Civic Centre Extension Project - Ordinary Council - 04 Mar 2014       

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Cvitan

That Council ACCEPTS Tender No 01422 for the Provision of Cost Planner Consultancy Services for the Design, Documentation and Construction of the Wanneroo Civic Centre Extension from Ralph Beattie Bosworth P/L for its tendered lump sum of $145,000.

 

Carried Unanimously

 

IN02-10/14         Old Yanchep Road State BlackSpot Project - Advice of Status

File Ref:                                              10654 – 14/56422

Responsible Officer:                           Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       Nil       

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Cvitan

That Council:-

1.    AGREES to not proceed with construction of the Old Yanchep Road State BlackSpot project (PR-2598) between Ziatas Road and Wattle Avenue for which grant funding is spread over the 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 financial years due to cost implications and timeline constraints associated with required service authority relocations, land acquisition and, environmental and development approvals;

2.    ADVISES Main Roads WA that the City of Wanneroo will not be proceeding with the construction of Old Yanchep Road State BlackSpot project during 2014/2015 (Stage 2) and that:

a)    The unspent portion of the Stage 1 first 40% claim of $104,000 is to be retained by the City in support of completion of design related activities, with any balance of this amount to be adjusted as part of the 2014/2015 Mid Year Budget Review when final costs will be known; and

 

 

b)    The balance of Stage 1 funding unclaimed (ie: $156,000) and all of Stage 2 funding unclaimed (ie: $1,140,000) be released from future claim by the City of Wanneroo;

3.    NOTES that design and documentation is to be completed during 2014/2015  (PR-2598) to enable Western Power to commence its detailed design relating to its services impacted by the proposed works, land acquisition to be finalised and, environmental and development approvals to be sought;

4.    NOTES that funding submissions have been made for both the 2015/2016 Australian Government and State BlackSpot Grant programs on the basis of two sections of Old Yanchep Road, namely;

a)    Old Yanchep Road (Pederick Road to Trandos Road) at a project value of $2.67M; and

b)    Old Yanchep Road (Trandos Road to Wattle Avenue) at a project value of $1.851M; and

5.    NOTES that an adjustment will be required to the City of Wanneroo 10 Year Roadworks Program to reflect the outcomes of the funding submissions outlined in Item 4.5.                                   

 

Carried Unanimously

Traffic Management

IN03-10/14         State and Australian Government BlackSpot Programs 2015/2016 Submissions

File Ref:                                              6923 – 14/149550

Responsible Officer:                           Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       18         

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Cvitan

That Council:-

1.       ENDORSES the submission of the following City of Wanneroo projects for funding consideration as part of the 2015/2016 State and Australian Government BlackSpot Programs:

Project - Proposed Treatment

1.        Mirrabooka Avenue/ Montrose Avenue/ Koondoola Avenue roundabout, Koondoola/ Girrawheen

           -        Install a skid resistant treatment to all approaches to the          intersection.

           -        Upgrade streetlights on Montrose Avenue and Koondoola Avenue.

2.        Joondalup Drive/ Cheriton Drive Intersection, Carramar

           -        Install traffic signals.

3.        Marmion Avenue/ Rochester Drive intersection, Mindarie

           -        Install acceleration lane in Marmion Avenue median.

4.        Ocean Keys Boulevard/ Key Largo Drive, Clarkson

           -        Upgrading existing road lighting to AS 1158.

 

5.        Ocean Keys Boulevard/ Pensacola Terrace, Clarkson

           -        Upgrading existing road lighting to AS 1158.

6.        Hester Waldburg Drive/ Clarkson Avenue/ Yandalla Promenade Intersection, Tapping

           -        Improve intersection geometry.

           -        Improve pedestrian facilities.

7.        Hainsworth Avenue/ Montrose Avenue, Girrawheen

           -        Install predeflection on all approaches to the roundabout.

8.        Old Yanchep Road  (Ziatus Road to Wattle Avenue), Pinjar – Stage 2

           -        Realign bends to cater for 80km/h design speed.  Construct batters,          seal road shoulders, install edgelines and separation line with          raised pavement markers.

9.        Old Yanchep Road  (Ziatus Road to Wattle Avenue), Pinjar – Stage 2

           -        Realign bends to cater for 80km/h design speed.  Construct batters,          seal road shoulders, install edgelines and separation line with          raised pavement markers.

2.      NOTES the draft 2015/2016 Traffic Treatments Program will require amendment to reflect the funding of projects approved through the 2015/2016 State and Australian Government BlackSpot programs.

Carried Unanimously

 

IN04-10/14         Perth Bicycle Network Local Government Grants Program 2014/2015 - Outcomes

File Ref:                                              11277 – 14/266469

Responsible Officer:                           Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       Nil       

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Cvitan

That Council:-

1.       NOTES that the only project approved by the Department of Transport as part of the 2014/2015 Perth Bicycle Network Local Government Grant Program was the preparation of a new Cycle Plan for the City of Wanneroo;

2.       NOTES Administration will appoint a consultant to project manage the development of the new Cycle Plan for the City, with a report to be presented in April/May 2015 on the draft City of Wanneroo Cycle Plan;

3.       DOES NOT PROCEED with the construction of the Hartman Drive Shared Pathway on the western side from Kingsway to Gnangara Road and RESUBMITS this project for consideration as part of the 2015/2016 Perth Bicycle Network Local Government Grant Program;

4.       PROCEEDS with the construction of the following shared pathway projects, noting that they will need to be fully funded from municipal funds:

·        Marmion Avenue, Jindalee – west side from Lukin Drive to south of Hampshire Drive

·        Hepburn Avenue, Marangaroo – south side from Giralt Road to Kingsway Shopping Centre car park entrance

 

5.       NOTES the following budget variations to remove the 2014/2015 Perth Bicycle Network Grant allocation to reflect the three unsuccessful submissions for grant funding:

          INCOME

Cost Code

Present Budget

Reduced Amount

Revised Budget

Perth Bicycle Network Plan Grant

$214,000

$164,000

$50,000

EXPENDITURE

Project No

Project Description

Reduced Grant Amount

Revised Grant Budget

PR-2490

Hepburn Avenue Shared Pathway

$23,000

0

PR-2491

Marmion Avenue Shared Pathway

$53,000

0

PR-2492

Hartman Drive Shared Pathway

$88,000

0

6.       NOTES the following budget variations to accommodate the shortfall in municipal funding for the Marmion Avenue and Hepburn Avenue Shared Pathway Projects:

Project No

From

To

Description

PR-2492

$76,000

 

Hartman Drive, Madeley - shared path west side from Kingsway to Gnangara Road

PR-2491

 

$53,000

Marmion Avenue, Jindalee- shared path west side, Lukin Drive to south of Hampshire Drive

PR-2490

 

$23,000

Hepburn Avenue, Marangaroo- shared path south side, Giralt Road to Kingsway Shopping Centre car park entrance

 

 

 

 

Carried Unanimously

 

IN05-10/14         Perth Bicycle Network Grants 2015/2016

File Ref:                                              11277 – 14/231551

Responsible Officer:                           Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       3         

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Cvitan

That Council:-

1.       ENDORSES the following City of Wanneroo bicycle network projects being submitted for funding consideration from the 2015/2016 Perth Bicycle Network Local Government Grants Program:

 

 

 

Project

Project Cost

Proposed Council Contribution(Min)

PR- 2496- Hartman Drive, Madeley - Construct 1225m x 2.5m concrete shared path on the western side of Hartman Drive from Kingsway to Gnangara Road

 

$176,000

 

$100,000

PR- 2492- Ocean Reef Road, Woodvale: Design and Documentation - SOUTH side of Ocean Reef road from Wanneroo Road to existing pathway east of Trappers Drive (1170m) (Attachment 2 Refers). The pathway will be constructed as Red Asphalt Shared Path with flush kerbing on both sides (2.5m) of the path.

2015/2016

$10,000

2016/2017

$183,000

2015/2016

$6,000

2016/2017

$100,000

PR-2509-Mirrabooka Avenue, Girrawheen: Design and Documentation – removing existing 1.2m footpath from east side of Mirrabooka Avenue between Marangaroo Drive and Beach Road (1395m) (Attachment 3 Refers) and installing 2.5m concrete Shared Path at the same location.

2015/206

$20,000

2016/207

$299,000

2015/2016

$12,000

2016/2017

$169,000

PR-2078- End of Trip Facilities- installation of End of Trip facilities at various locations within the City

 

$38,000

 

$20,600

TOTAL

$244,000

$138,600

 

2.       NOTES that the figures for 2016/2017 in Recommendation 1 relate to the construction component of projects submitted for design and documentation in 2015/2016 and will be subject to grants being approved for the design and documentation;

 

3.       NOTES that the 10 Year Pathways and Trails Capital Works Program will need to be adjusted to reflect the outcomes of the submissions for the 2015/16 and 2016/17 PBN Local Government Grants Program.

 

Carried Unanimously

 


 

IN06-10/14         Review Proposed Roundabouts along The Avenue, at Adora Street and Azelia Street, Alexander Heights

File Ref:                                              8053 – 14/265657

Responsible Officer:                           Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       7  

Previous Items:                                   IN03-07/12 - Alexander Heights Precinct - Traffic Management Study - Review and Status of Implementation - Ordinary Council - 24 Jul 2012      

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Cvitan

That Council:-

1.       PROCEEDS with installation of the proposed roundabout at the Azelia Street (south)/The Avenue intersection in accordance with City Drawing No. 3000-1-0 as listed for construction in year 204/2015 of the 10-year Traffic Treatments Capital Works Program;

2.       SUPPORTS the removal of the proposed roundabout at Adora Street/The Avenue intersection as listed for construction in year 2014/2015 of the 10-year Traffic Treatments Capital Works Program;

3.       NOTES that following construction of the roundabout at the Azelia Street (south)/The Avenue intersection, Administration will monitor traffic volumes and speeds on The Avenue to determine the need for additional traffic treatments on its road;

4.       ADVISES the residents at the Adora Street/The Avenue intersection of Council's decision;

5.       ADVISES the residents at the Azelia Street (south)/The Avenue intersection of Council's decision;

6.       SUPPORTS the appointment of a Traffic Engineer on a 12 month contract to assist with the finalisation of a number of Transport and Traffic projects; and

7.       APPROVES the reallocation of $82,000 from Project PR – 2875  Traffic treatments – The Avenue, Alexander Heights to the Transport and Traffic Salary Account No 728412-9399-201 for the funding of a Traffic Engineer position on a 12 month contract basis.

 

Carried Unanimously

 


 

 

IN07-10/14         Hudson Avenue, Girrawheen - Traffic Management Scheme - Community Feedback

File Ref:                                              8053 – 14/264966

Responsible Officer:                           Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       5         

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Cvitan

That Council:-

1.       APPROVES the revised Traffic Management Scheme for Hudson Avenue, Girrawheen, as detailed in City of Wanneroo Drawing No. 3008-1-1 (Attachment 5 refers) at an estimated cost of $160,000.

2.       NOTES the following budget variation to accommodate the shortfall in funding for the Hudson Avenue - Traffic Management Scheme as follows;

Project No

From

To

Description

PR-2875

$60,000

 

The Avenue – Construct two roundabouts at the Azelia Street (south) and Adora Street intersections.

PR-2397

 

$60,000

Hudson Avenue – Traffic Management Scheme

3.       ADVISES the residents of Hudson Avenue of Council’s decision.

 

Carried Unanimously


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IN08-10/14         Proposed Speed Limit Change - Rousett Road

File Ref:                                              3125V02 – 14/227869

Responsible Officer:                           Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       1         

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Cvitan

That Council:-

1.       ENDORSES Main Roads WA's proposal to post a 50km/h speed limit on the length of Rousett Road, Mariginiup north of Lakeview Street to the start of the unsealed section of this road;

2.       ADVISES Main Roads WA of Council's endorsement of this speed reduction on Rousett Road; and

3.       ADVISES the property owners and residents of Rousett Road of this decision.

 

 

Carried Unanimously

   

Community Development

Community Capacity Building

CD01-10/14       Library Services Policy and Management Procedure

File Ref:                                              5918V02 – 14/267083

Responsible Officer:                           Director Community Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       3         

 

Moved Cr Newton, Seconded Cr Parker

That Council:-

 

1.       RESCINDS the existing Library Services Policy as noted in Attachment 3; and

 

2.       ENDORSES the new Library Services Policy as noted in Attachment 1.

 

 

Carried Unanimously


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Communication and Events

CD02-10/14       Community Engagement

File Ref:                                              8802 – 14/180813

Responsible Officer:                           Director Community Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       2         

 

Moved Cr Aitken, Seconded Cr Parker

That Council:-

 

1.       ENDORSES the new Community Engagement Policy included at Attachment 1 for the purpose of seeking public comment; and

 

2.       NOTES the revised documentation and processes for Community Engagement.

 

Amendment

 

Moved Cr Winton, Seconded Cr Treby

 

To add recommendation 3.

 

3.       REQUIRES Administration to undertake an annual audit of the Community   Engagement Policy and its implementation and prepares and presents a report to       Audit Committee annually.

Carried Unanimously

 

 

Substantive Motion as Amended

 

That Council:-

 

1.       ENDORSES the new Community Engagement Policy included at Attachment 1 for the purpose of seeking public comment;

 

2.       NOTES the revised documentation and processes for Community Engagement; and

 

3.       REQUIRES Administration to undertake an annual audit of the Community   Engagement Policy and its implementation and prepares and presents a report to       Audit Committee annually.

 

The substantive motion was put as amended and

Carried Unanimously


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Community Programs and Services

CD03-10/14       Oldham Reserve Changeroom Extension Project - Update

File Ref:                                              7849 – 14/272282

Responsible Officer:                           Director Community Development

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       3         

 

Moved Cr Aitken, Seconded Cr Newton

That Council:-

1.       ENDORSES the General Arrangement Concept, as per Attachment 1, for the Oldham Reserve Changeroom Extension Project, noting that the Yanchep Districts Junior Football Club, Yanchep Red Hawks Cricket Club, Yanchep Red Hawks Football Club and the Yanchep Little Athletics Club have all endorsed the General Arrangement Concept, without amendment;

2.       NOTES the collective advice received from the resident Clubs in relation to the Proposed Funding Plan as per Attachment 3 to support a one-third contribution to the project cost (to a maximum of $98,333), comprising of the following:

a)      Level 1 - Preferred Priority Contribution Model: comprising of 'in-kind' works;

b)      Level 2 – Minimum Cash Contribution: contribution target of between $10,000 and $20,000 by January 2015;

c)      Level 3 – Shortfall in Level One and Two Contributions: levy of an annual fee by the City on a per club basis over a five year period;

3.       NOTES that a one-third contribution to a maximum of $98,333 from benefiting clubs will NO LONGER  be sought by Administration, given the precedent set by the Warradale Community Facility extension, in which an 80m2 multipurpose room was constructed without any contribution from benefiting clubs;

4.       NOTES a policy will be drafted for consideration by Council Forum which seeks to clearly articulate "standard provision" for community sporting infrastructure provision, including the provision of a multipurpose room;

5.       NOTES that the Community Sport and Recreation Facility Fund grant for the Oldham Reserve Changeroom Extension Project has been submitted to the Department of Sport and Recreation; and

6.       NOTES that the recruitment of an additional Building Projects Officer is progressing as per the timeframe previously indicated in report CD01-09/14. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amendment

 

Moved Cr Guise, Seconded Cr Cvitan

 

To delete recommendation 2. and change the words “NO LONGER” to “NOT” in recommendation 3. and renumber accordingly.

2.       NOTES the collective advice received from the resident Clubs in relation to the Proposed Funding Plan as per Attachment 3 to support a one-third contribution to the project cost (to a maximum of $98,333), comprising of the following:

a)      Level 1 - Preferred Priority Contribution Model: comprising of 'in-kind' works;

b)      Level 2 – Minimum Cash Contribution: contribution target of between $10,000 and $20,000 by January 2015;

c)      Level 3 – Shortfall in Level One and Two Contributions: levy of an annual fee by the City on a per club basis over a five year period;

3. 2.   NOTES that a one-third contribution to a maximum of $98,333 from benefiting clubs will NO LONGER  NOT be sought by Administration, given the precedent set by the Warradale Community Facility extension, in which an 80m2 multipurpose room was constructed without any contribution from benefiting clubs;

 

Substantive Motion as Amended

 

That Council:-

1.       ENDORSES the General Arrangement Concept, as per Attachment 1, for the Oldham Reserve Changeroom Extension Project, noting that the Yanchep Districts Junior Football Club, Yanchep Red Hawks Cricket Club, Yanchep Red Hawks Football Club and the Yanchep Little Athletics Club have all endorsed the General Arrangement Concept, without amendment;

2.       NOTES that a one-third contribution to a maximum of $98,333 from benefiting clubs will NOT be sought by Administration, given the precedent set by the Warradale Community Facility extension, in which an 80m2 multipurpose room was constructed without any contribution from benefiting clubs;

3.       NOTES a policy will be drafted for consideration by Council Forum which seeks to clearly articulate "standard provision" for community sporting infrastructure provision, including the provision of a multipurpose room;

4.       NOTES that the Community Sport and Recreation Facility Fund grant for the Oldham Reserve Changeroom Extension Project has been submitted to the Department of Sport and Recreation; and

5.       NOTES that the recruitment of an additional Building Projects Officer is progressing as per the timeframe previously indicated in report CD01-09/14. 

The substantive motion was put as amended and

 

Carried Unanimously


CITY OF WANNEROO Minutes OF Ordinary Council Meeting 14 October, 2014                                                       244


Corporate Strategy & Performance

Finance

CS01-10/14       Warrant of Payments for the Period to 30 September 2014

File Ref:                                              1859 – 14/278304

Responsible Officer:                           Director Corporate Strategy & Performance

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       Nil       

 

Moved Cr Guise, Seconded Cr Parker

That Council RECEIVES the list of payments drawn for the month of September 2014, as summarised below:-

 

Funds

Vouchers

Amount

Director Corporate Services Advance A/C

Accounts Paid – September 2014

   Cheque Numbers

   EFT Document Numbers

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

Less Cancelled Cheques

Bank Fees

Town Planning Scheme

RECOUP FROM MUNICIPAL FUND

 

 

99073 - 99465

2042 - 2070

 

 

$2,410,185.32

$15,235,923.00

$17,646,108.32

 

($20,289.61)

$2.50

($11,053.00)

($17,614,768.21)

Municipal Fund – Bank A/C

Accounts Paid – September 2014

Advance Recoup

Direct Payments

Payroll – Direct Debits

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

 

 

$17,614,768.21

$22,109.32

$3,328,866.01

$20,965,743.54

Town Planning Scheme

Accounts Paid – September 2014

                           Cell 4

                           Cell 8

                           Cell 9

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

 

 

 

$5,800.00

$4,353.00

$900.00

$11,053.00

 

WARRANT OF PAYMENTS SEPTEMBER 2014

 

 

 

 

PAYMENT

DATE

DESCRIPTION

AMOUNT

00099073

02/09/2014

Landsdale Community Wesleyan Methodist Church 

$876.48

 

 

Community Event Funding - Landsdale Community Carols In The Park - Warradale Reserve Hall 12.12.2014

 

00099074

02/09/2014

High Flyers Trampoline Club 

$1,400.00

 

 

Sponsorship For High Flyers Trampoline & Gymnastics Academy For The Participation Of Level 4 Female

 

00099075

02/09/2014

Riding for the Disabled Association 

$5,000.00

 

 

Sponsorship Towards The Replacement Cost Of The Bore At The RDA Capricorn Group At Old Yanchep Road

 

00099076

02/09/2014

1st Wanneroo Scout Group 

$1,000.00

 

 

Sponsorship For Participation Of 2 X Members To Attend Lombok Turtle Rescue To Be Held In Lombok Indonesia From 12 - 17.12.2014

 

00099077

02/09/2014

Touch Football Western Australia (Western Tigers) 

$1,000.00

 

 

Sponsorship For 5 X Members In Their Participation At The 2014 X-Blades National Youth Championships To Be Held In Sunshine Coast, Queensland From 23 - 26.09.2014

 

00099078

02/09/2014

G Jones 

$464.00

 

 

Refund Of Street Trading Licence Fee As Application Was Not Approved 29 Days @ $16 Per Day $50 Application Fee Retained

 

00099079

02/09/2014

Rates Refund

$2,485.98

00099080

02/09/2014

Commissioner of Police 

$1,696.00

 

 

Renewal Of Crowd Control Agents Licence And Security Agents Licence For Tess Fricke - Regulatory Services

 

00099081

02/09/2014

Marta Mitias 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099082

02/09/2014

Shane Fraser 

$787.50

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099083

02/09/2014

Wanneroo Rugby 2015 Tour to NZ 

$787.50

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099084

02/09/2014

Sara Foster 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099085

02/09/2014

Yanchep Districts Junior Football Club 

$810.00

 

 

   Hall Hire Refund

 

00099086

02/09/2014

Salma Gaou 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099087

02/09/2014

Anne-Marie Bevis 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099088

02/09/2014

Joondalup Malayalee Association Incorporation 

$504.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099089

02/09/2014

David Preston 

$504.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099090

02/09/2014

Wanneroo Rebels Netball Club 

$787.50

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099091

02/09/2014

Alison Smith 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099092

02/09/2014

Desiree Kerr 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099093

02/09/2014

Zoe Darch 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099094

02/09/2014

Adil Ashami 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099095

02/09/2014

Summerfield Bakery 

$14.00

 

 

Refund Of Overpayment Of Annual Food Renewal Fees

 

00099096

02/09/2014

Cancelled

 

00099097

02/09/2014

National Lifestyles Villages Pty Ltd

$7.00

 

 

Refund Of Overpayment Of Annual Food Renewal Fees

 

00099098

02/09/2014

K Fleming 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099099

02/09/2014

R & R Miskiewicz 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099100

02/09/2014

Hanou Dannon Woedy 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099101

02/09/2014

Z Popovic 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099102

02/09/2014

J Groves 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099103

02/09/2014

F McKinlay 

$322.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099104

02/09/2014

R Leonide & R Guillemin 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099105

02/09/2014

R Marriott 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099106

02/09/2014

C & L Tolliday 

$229.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099107

02/09/2014

Urban WA 

$430.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00099108

02/09/2014

Bridgeall Libraries Limited 

$15,750.00

 

 

Annual Subscription Fee - Collection HQ - Library Services

 

00099109

02/09/2014

Stephen McKee 

$480.00

 

 

Remove/Replace Fence Post - Boldwood - Waste

 

 

 

Removal Of Oil Stain - Letter Box Driveway - Laila Turn - Waste

 

00099110

03/09/2014

Alexander Heights Day Centre Petty 

$292.30

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099111

03/09/2014

Alinta Gas 

$1,150.60

 

 

  Gas Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  3 x Financial Assistance $675.70

 

00099112

03/09/2014

Cancelled

 

00099113

03/09/2014

Fines Enforcement Registry 

$2,376.80

 

 

Lodgement Of 51 Infringement Notice Records - Ranger Services

 

00099114

03/09/2014

Girrawheen Library Petty Cash 

$57.80

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099115

03/09/2014

Museum Petty Cash 

$44.95

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099116

03/09/2014

Quinns Rocks Adult Day Care Petty Cash 

$334.85

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099117

03/09/2014

The Heights Community Club Petty Cash 

$141.00

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099118

03/09/2014

Water Corporation 

$4,514.71

 

 

  Water Charges For The City

 

00099119

03/09/2014

Cancelled

 

00099120

03/09/2014

Cancelled

 

00099121

03/09/2014

Synergy 

$12,824.52

 

 

  Power Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  4 x Financial Assistance $533.55

 

00099122

03/09/2014

Telstra 

$46.96

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance $35.00

 

 

 

SMS Charges For The City August 2014

 

00099123

03/09/2014

Clarkson Library Petty Cash 

$101.45

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099124

03/09/2014

Western Power 

$40,213.00

 

 

Streetlighting - MP137435 Greyhound Drive Merriwa - Projects

 

00099125

03/09/2014

Dog Refunds - Customer Service Petty Cash 

$126.00

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099126

03/09/2014

Kingsway Stadium Petty Cash 

$166.25

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099127

03/09/2014

Wanneroo Adult Day Centre Petty Cash 

$88.00

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099128

03/09/2014

Ashby Operations Centre Petty Cash 

$282.85

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099129

04/09/2014

All Boat Business 

$471.45

 

 

Annual Service 100 Hours - Health Services

 

00099130

09/09/2014

Joan Speed 

$20.00

 

 

Refund - Writing Your Memoirs Workshop - Non Attendance

 

00099131

09/09/2014

Mehul Prataprai Pajwani 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099132

09/09/2014

Tangent Nominees 

$857.97

 

 

Partial Refund Of Codes Variation Fee - Not Required - Partial Assessment Fee Retained

 

00099133

09/09/2014

Steven Robert Guthrie 

$147.00

 

 

Reimbursement Of Development Application Fees - Withdrawn

 

00099134

09/09/2014

T & WA Edwards 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099135

09/09/2014

Janelle Seton 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099136

09/09/2014

Elaine Hadfield 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099137

09/09/2014

Tamsin Welch 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099138

09/09/2014

Kellie Duffy 

$787.50

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099139

09/09/2014

Codie Joy Duncan 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099140

09/09/2014

Linda Smith 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099141

09/09/2014

Josephine Merrett 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099142

09/09/2014

Cassandra Hampton 

$504.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099143

09/09/2014

Ashdale Netball Club Incorporated 

$504.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099144

09/09/2014

Marie Leeming 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099145

09/09/2014

Rishal Kowlessur 

$504.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099146

09/09/2014

Rita Cowan 

$200.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099147

09/09/2014

Lancelin Pharmacy 

$76.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00099148

09/09/2014

K & A Haxton 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099149

09/09/2014

Kah Hoe Ho 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099150

09/09/2014

M Dellamarta 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099151

09/09/2014

Athletics WA 

$75.00

 

 

Sponsorship For 1 x Member - Australian Cross Country Championships, Albany WA On 23.08.2014

 

00099152

09/09/2014

K Hart & S Farr 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099153

09/09/2014

H Rahman 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099154

09/09/2014

G & M Patel 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099155

09/09/2014

Western Australian Football Association 

$600.00

 

 

Sponsorship For 4 x Members For Christian Football Federation Of Australia National Titles - Sydney From 27.09.2014 - 21.10.2014

 

00099156

09/09/2014

O Taseski 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099157

09/09/2014

Indoor Sports WA 

$500.00

 

 

Sponsorship For 1 x Member For Indoor Cricket World Cup - New Zealand On 13.10.2014

 

00099158

09/09/2014

T Dozet 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00099159

09/09/2014

WA Christian Football Association 

$400.00

 

 

Sponsorship For 2 x Members - Christian Football Federation Of Australia National Titles - Sydney On 27.08.2014

 

00099160

09/09/2014

Midland Cycle Club 

$500.00

 

 

Sponsorship For1 x Member For 2014 Junior World Cycling Championships In Ponferrada, Spain From 21 - 28.09.2014

 

00099161

09/09/2014

School Sport Western Australia Incorporated 

$200.00

 

 

Sponsorship - 1 x Member To Participate In SSA National Golf Championships QLD 23 - 30.08.2014

 

00099162

09/09/2014

School Sport Western Australia Incorporated 

$375.00

 

 

Sponsorship Request For 5 x Members In Their Participation At The School Sport Australia National Cross Country Championships,  Albany From 21 - 26.08.2014

 

00099163

09/09/2014

LJ Hooker Two Rocks 

$342.78

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00099164

09/09/2014

J Gouws 

$133.00

 

 

Refund Of Food Premises Inspection Fee - Withdrawal Of Application Fee Not Refunded

 

00099165

09/09/2014

G Court 

$136.00

 

 

Refund Of Food Premises Annual Fee Business Operating Outside City Of Wanneroo

 

00099166

09/09/2014

Ice Hockey Australia/National 2015 

$500.00

 

 

Sponsorship For 1 x Member LIHF 2015 World U20 Division 11 Group B Ice Hockey Championships At Granada, Spain From 13 - 19.12.2014

 

00099167

09/09/2014

Rates Refund

$350.79

00099168

09/09/2014

Wanneroo Amateur Football Club

$515.40

 

 

  Hire Fee Refund

 

00099169

09/09/2014

Acton Real Estate 

$400.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00099170

09/09/2014

Alinta Gas 

$1,529.20

 Gas Supplies For The City

 

 

  5 x Financial Assistance $1,401.20

 

00099171

09/09/2014

AMP Life Limited 

$3,072.69

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099172

09/09/2014

Clarkson Youth Centre Petty Cash 

$181.40

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099173

09/09/2014

Cr F Cvitan 

$932.08

 

 

  Travel Reimbursement

 

00099174

09/09/2014

The Heights Community Club Petty Cash 

$127.30

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099175

09/09/2014

Water Corporation 

$4,912.15

 

 

  Water Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  2 x Financial Assistance $500.00

 

00099176

09/09/2014

Cancelled

 

00099177

09/09/2014

Synergy 

$85,369.93

 

 

  Power Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  6 x Financial Assistance $1,626.58

 

00099178

09/09/2014

Telstra 

$150.00

 

 

  1 x Financial Assistance

 

00099179

09/09/2014

Navigator Applications Account 

$198.04

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099180

09/09/2014

Hostplus Superannuation Fund 

$3,399.40

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099181

09/09/2014

Australian Super 

$5,692.76

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099182

09/09/2014

MLC Nominees Pty Limited 

$2,507.66

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099183

09/09/2014

Roy Bastick 

$60.00

 

 

Volunteer Payment - Community Bus Driver

 

00099184

09/09/2014

The Industry Superannuation Fund 

$451.42

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099185

09/09/2014

1OOF Portfolio Service Superannuation Fund 

$154.20

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099186

09/09/2014

Integra Super 

$337.68

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099187

09/09/2014

Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund 

$656.53

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099188

09/09/2014

First State Super 

$565.84

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099189

09/09/2014

MTAA Superannuation Fund 

$895.88

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099190

09/09/2014

Wanneroo Adult Day Centre Petty Cash 

$145.65

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00099191

09/09/2014

Australiansuper 

$10,904.81

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099192

09/09/2014

Rest Superannuation 

$11,012.38

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099193

09/09/2014

Asgard Capital Management Ltd 

$658.99

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099194

09/09/2014

Unisuper Limited 

$1,636.32

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099195

09/09/2014

Hesta Super Fund 

$2,447.90

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099196

09/09/2014

Prime Super 

$388.26

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099197

09/09/2014

Colonial First State Firstchoice 

$2,519.19

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099198

09/09/2014

Care Super 

$405.55

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099199

09/09/2014

Spectrum Super 

$507.42

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099200

09/09/2014

Media Super 

$328.74

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099201

09/09/2014

BT Super For Life 

$3,452.22

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099202

09/09/2014

Telstra Superannuation Scheme 

$3,077.47

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099203

09/09/2014

Amist Super 

$789.58

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099204

09/09/2014

Valdor Superannuation Fund 

$248.74

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099205

09/09/2014

Health Industry Plan (Hip) 

$110.06

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099206

09/09/2014

Vision Super Pty Ltd 

$467.42

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099207

09/09/2014

Recruitmentsuper 

$1,212.93

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099208

09/09/2014

Macquarie Investment Management Ltd 

$233.90

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099209

09/09/2014

Superwrap - Personal Super Plan 

$1,322.46

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099210

09/09/2014

Sunsuper Pty Ltd 

$1,482.74

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099211

09/09/2014

Construction & Building Unions 

$428.04

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099212

09/09/2014

Asteron Optimum - Suncorp Master Trust 

$560.88

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099213

09/09/2014

ANZ Superannuation Saving Account 

$114.55

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099214

09/09/2014

Perpetual Wealth Focus Super Plan 

$438.32

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099215

09/09/2014

Statewide Superannuation Trust 

$685.94

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099216

09/09/2014

OnePath Life Limited 

$136.64

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099217

09/09/2014

IHS Superannuation Fund 

$204.13

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099218

09/09/2014

AXA  Australia 

$451.42

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099219

09/09/2014

Bendigo & Adelaide Bank Staff 

$497.94

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099220

09/09/2014

Victorian Superannuation Fund 

$514.27

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099221

09/09/2014

Matrix Superannuation Master Trust 

$635.39

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099222

09/09/2014

The Trustee for Tindari Self Managed Superannuation Fund 

$779.10

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099223

09/09/2014

Cancelled

 

00099224

09/09/2014

The Trustee For Legalsuper 

$1,015.76

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099225

09/09/2014

TWU Super Fund 

$438.32

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099226

09/09/2014

The Universal Super Scheme 

$587.42

 

 

  Payroll Deductions

 

00099227

09/09/2014

Auto One Clarkson 

$113.74

 

 

  Socket & Snatch Strap - Parks

 

00099228

09/09/2014

Chisholm Dance Studio 

$240.00

 

 

  Ballroom Classes - Quinns Rock

 

00099229

09/09/2014

The Greater Union Organisation Pty 

$424.00

 

 

Movie Tickets For School Holiday Programs - Youth Services

 

00099230

09/09/2014

The Trustee for 3EM Trust 

$2,194.50

 

 

Professional Services - Electrical Design - Carramar And Butler Community Centres - Projects

 

00099231

09/09/2014

Landgate 

$160.00

 

 

Lodgement Of The Transfer Of Land Form T2 - Transfer Of Lots 65 & 66 Hartman Drive Wangara From The City Of Wanneroo To The State Of Western Australia - Property

 

00099232

11/09/2014

Rates Refund

$3,000.00

00099233

16/09/2014

Rates Refund

$6,820.74

00099234

16/09/2014

Rates Refund

$1,425.48

00099235

16/09/2014

Rates Refund

$547.50

00099236

16/09/2014

Rates Refund

$1,385.54

00099237

16/09/2014

Rates Refund

$2,505.32

00099238

16/09/2014

Rates Refund

$866.00

00099239

16/09/2014

Rates Refund

$694.00

00099240

16/09/2014

Chopin Patisserie 

$13.86

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099241

16/09/2014

AllightSykes Pty Ltd 

$238.57

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099242

16/09/2014

Soils Aint Soils Joondalup 

$29.83

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099243

16/09/2014

Athans & Taylor 

$62.03

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099244

16/09/2014

Conquest Cars 

$52.97

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099245

16/09/2014

Joondalup Warwick Community Justice 

$11.56

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099246

16/09/2014

Argyle Cabinets 

$183.09

 

 

Overpayment Commercial Waste Account

 

00099247

16/09/2014

Cancelled

 

00099248

16/09/2014

N Grupish & Son 

$68.51

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099249

16/09/2014

Frameless Glass & Fittings WA 

$63.36

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099250

16/09/2014

Nervana Chiropractic Warwick 

$21.92

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099251

16/09/2014

Rates Refund

$182.18

00099252

16/09/2014

Affordable Living Homes 

$389.72

 

 

Refund Development Application Fee - Charged Full Fee ($536.72) Instead Of Amendment Fee ($147.00) Reimbursement Of $389.72 Due

 

00099253

16/09/2014

Glassflake Australia Pty Ltd 

$13.04

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099254

16/09/2014

Freelife Homes

$73.00

 

 

Reimbursement Of Application For Planning Request Fees - Incorrect Information Given

 

00099255

16/09/2014

Philip Milton 

$441.00

 

 

Reimbursement - Development Application Not Required

 

00099256

16/09/2014

Tecna Pty Ltd 

$39.68

 

 

Overpayment Of Commercial Waste Account

 

00099257

16/09/2014

Douglas Laird 

$147.00

 

 

Reimbursement Development Application - Not Required

 

00099258

16/09/2014

Peter Aaron Shaw 

$147.00

 

 

Reimbursement Development Application - Not Required

 

00099259

16/09/2014

Amanda Arnold 

$787.50

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099260

16/09/2014

Giovanna D'Orazio 

$787.50

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099261

16/09/2014

Ashwin Halai 

$504.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099262

16/09/2014

Sumit Jansari 

$504.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099263

16/09/2014

Steve Paul 

$504.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00099264

16/09/2014

Alex Hormis 

$810.00