Minutes

 

Unconfirmed

 

Ordinary Council Meeting

7.00pm, 21 July 2015

Alexander Heights Community Centre,

18 Linto Way,

ALEXANDER HEIGHTS


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Unconfirmed Minutes of Ordinary Council Meeting

 

 

held on Tuesday 21 July, 2015

 

CONTENTS

 

Item  1              Attendances   1

Item  2              Apologies and Leave of Absence   2

Item  3              Public Question Time   2

PQ01-07/15     Ms L Mittic, Giralt Road, Marangaroo  2

PQ02-07/15     Mr J. Fairclough, Lund Court, Butler  2

PQ03-07/15     Mrs N. Sangali, Quinns Road, Quinns Rocks  3

PQ04-07/15     Mr L Flood, Ronez Elbow, Merriwa  6

PQ05-07/15     Mrs M Quirk, Templeton Crescent , Girrawheen  6

Item  4              Confirmation of Minutes   8

OC01-07/15     Minutes of Ordinary Council Meeting held on 23 June 2015  8

Item  5              Announcements by the Mayor without Discussion   8

OA01-07/15     Update on “What’s Happening in the City of Wanneroo” 8

Item  6              Questions from Elected Members   12

CQ01-07/15     Councillor Zappa  12

CQ02-07/15     Councillor Hayden  13

CQ03-07/15     Councillor Smithson  14

CQ04-07/15     Councillor Nguyen  14

Item  7              Petitions   14

New Petitions Received  14

PT01-07/15      Closure of Laneway – Curtis Way and Morgan Way, Girrawheen  14

PT02-07/15      Ingham’s Chicken Farm Odour  15

PT03-07/15      Proposed Amendment No. 14 to East Wanneroo Cell 5 Agreed Structure Plan No. 7  15

Update on Petitions  15

UP01-07/15     Vehicle Congestion at Vasse Court, Wanneroo (PT01-06/15) 15

UP02-07/15     Footpath at the corner of San Teodoro Avenue and Caporn Street, Sinagra through to Pinjar Road (PT02-06/15) 15

UP03-07/15     Speed Humps Installation at Greenfields Circle, Hocking  (PT03-06/15) 16

UP04-07/15     Opposing the Development at Royal James Court, Quinns Rocks (PT04-06/15) 16

Item  8              Reports   18

MN01-07/15    Cr Brett Treby – Proposal to remove Civic and Cultural zoning from Lot 5483 (41) Park Lane, Alexander Heights and incorporate the land into Alexander Heights Park  18

Planning and Sustainability  19

Policies and Studies  19

PS01-07/15      Amendment to Local Planning Policy 3.8: Marmion Avenue Arterial Road Access Policy  19

Town Planning Schemes & Structure Plans  26

PS02-07/15      Adoption of Amendment No. 1 to the Alkimos - Eglinton District Structure Plan No. 18  26

PS03-07/15      Reconsideration of Amendment No. 2 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80  36

Development Applications  43

PS04-07/15      Proposed Drive Through addition to Approved Liquor Store  43

PS05-07/15      Four Grouped Dwellings with Commercial Portions DA2015/489 at Lot 2 (8) Duncombe Grove, Quinns Rocks  57

PS06-07/15      Application for Child Care Centre at 1K Hinchinbrook Avenue, Ridgewood  68

PS07-07/15      Proposed Child Care Centre - Wyatt Grove Shopping Centre - 100 Gungurru Avenue, Hocking  72

PS08-07/15      Application for Cattery at 41 Casuarina Way Wanneroo  77

Other Matters  78

PS09-07/15      Draft Perth and Peel @ 3.5 Million Strategy and Draft North-West Sub-regional Planning Framework  78

PS10-07/15      PT01-05/15 Request to construct a coastal Dual Use Pathway between Burns Beach and Mindarie  95

Infrastructure  96

Asset Management  96

IN01-07/15       Metropolitan Regional Roads Program - 2016/2017  96

Infrastructure Maintenance  97

IN02-07/15       Two Rocks Coastal Management  97

IN03-07/15       Quinns Beach Long Term Coastal Management Study - Coastal Processes Assessment (Stage 1) 97

Infrastructure Projects  98

IN04-07/15       Spence Road Closure at Old Yanchep Road, Neerabup  98

Traffic Management  100

IN05-07/15       PT01-02/15  Request Traffic Treatments, Upgrades of Road Surfaces and Footpaths, Landsdale Road, Landsdale  100

IN06-07/15       Parking Prohibitions - The Broadview between Southmead Drive and Playford Mews, Landsdale  101

IN07-07/15       Mercy College, Koondoola - Traffic Flow and Road Safety Improvement Works  103

IN08-07/15       Parking Prohibitions Review - Ocean Keys Shopping Centre, Clarkson  105

IN09-07/15       Aldersea Circle, Clarkson Traffic Treatments - Community Consultation  107

IN10-07/15       City of Wanneroo Road Safety Strategic Action Plan 2015- 2018  108

Community Development  140

Corporate Strategy & Performance  140

Finance  140

CS01-07/15     Warrant of Payments for the Period to 30 June 2015  140

CS02-07/15     Financial Activity Statement for the Period Ended 31 May 2015  208

Governance and Legal  208

CS03-07/15     Donations to be Considered by Council - July 2015  208

CS04-07/15     Naming of City Assets and Memorials Policy  209

CS05-07/15     Financial Assistance Grants to Local Government  222

Property  222

CS06-07/15     Proposed Joint Lease to the Vikings Softball Club Inc and the Wanneroo Giants Baseball Club Incorporated over portion of Crown Reserve 28058, Kingsway, Madeley  222

Chief Executive Office  224

Office of the CEO Reports  224

CE01-07/15     Appointment of Chief Executive Officer to the Shire of York Monitoring/Mentoring Panel  224

Item  9              Motions on Notice   224

MN01-07/15    Cr Brett Treby – Proposal to remove Civic and Cultural zoning from Lot 5483 (41) Park Lane, Alexander Heights and incorporate the land into Alexander Heights Park  224

MN02-07/15    Cr Linda Aitken – Yanchep Secondary School  224

MN03-07/15    Cr Sabine Winton – Quinns Ocean Pool Investigation  225

Item  10           Urgent Business   225

Item  11           Confidential  226

CR01-07/15     Potential Breaches of Confidence and Violations of the City's Code of Conduct  226

CR02-07/15     Proposed Disposal of Lot 9001 (44) Mullingar Way Landsdale  227

CR03-07/15     Proposed Land Sales Opportunity Street Wangara  228

CR04-07/15     Acquisition of Lot 505 (3) Lagoon Drive, Yanchep  229

Item  12           Date of Next Meeting   233

Item  13           Closure   233

 

 


Minutes

 

Mayor Roberts declared the meeting open at 7.00pm and read the prayer.

 

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

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

Item  1       Attendances

TRACEY ROBERTS, JP                               Mayor

 

Councillors:

 

DOT NEWTON, JP                                        Central Ward

FRANK CVITAN, JP                                      Central Ward

SABINE WINTON                                          Coastal Ward

BOB SMITHSON                                           Coastal Ward

GLYNIS PARKER                                          Coastal Ward

RUSSELL DRIVER                                        Coastal Ward

NORMAN HEWER                                        North Ward

LINDA AITKEN                                               North Ward

ANH TRUONG                                               South Ward

BRETT TREBY                                              South Ward (Left at 8.23pm)

DOMENIC ZAPPA                                         South Ward

DENIS HAYDEN                                            South Ward

HUGH NGUYEN                                            South Ward

 

Officers:

 

DANIEL SIMMS                                             Chief Executive Officer

PHILIP ST JOHN                                           Director, Planning and Sustainability

HARMINDER SINGH                                    A/Director, Infrastructure

FIONA HODGES                                           Director, Community Development

NOELENE JENNINGS                                  Director, Corporate Strategy & Performance

MUSTAFA YILDIZ                                          Manager Governance and Legal

MICHAEL PENSON                                      Manager Property Services

PAS BRACONE                                             Manager Planning Implementation

MARK DICKSON                                           Manager City Growth

RORY ELLYARD                                           Project Manager Coastal Projects

NICKY BARKER                                            Coordinator Governance (Minute Officer)

ANNA SELBY                                                 Senior Governance Officer (Assisting)

 

 

 

 

Item  2       Apologies and Leave of Absence

DIANNE GUISE                                             Central Ward (Leave of Absence 19.06.15 – 03.08.2015 inclusive)

 

There were 37 members of the public and two members of the press in attendance.

Item  3       Public Question Time

PQ01-07/15       Ms L Mittic, Giralt Road, Marangaroo

Parking at Marangaroo Primary School

 

There is a problem with the parking at this primary school.  In the afternoons parents park on the verges and children run across the road to get to the cars.  It is dangerous and many times cars have had to brake to avoid children.  The queue gets so long that vehicles have had to drive on the footpath to get past. 

 

Could Councillors make an effort to visit the school at around 3.00pm in the afternoon to see for themselves?  Is Council aware that there is very little parking at the Marangaroo Primary School? 

 

Response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

Council will investigate this site as there is clearly traffic, safety and compliance issues. 

 

Further response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

The issue relating to traffic safety due to motorists parking on the road verge requires further investigation and liaison with Marangaroo Primary School. A response will be provided to Ms Mittic within two weeks.

 

PQ02-07/15       Mr J. Fairclough, Lund Court, Butler

Drive through Liquor Outlet

 

Only received notification of the Council meeting this morning.  Having a background as a Transport Logistics Manager for over 30 years what is most concerning about this development is the safety and the potential for accidents where the drive through facility is. 

 

It is very close to the entrance of Iluka.  Also, entering from a street by turning left and then within about eight metres having to turn right and in five meters turn left again to enter the drive through tunnel is tantamount to a serious problem. 

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

As Mr Fairclough only received notification this morning, a five minute statement time will be allowed.

 

 

 

 

 

Mr Fairclough:

 

When visiting the site recently had to wait for six or seven cars to come into the centre from the other direction and three wanting to leave the centre.  In the report preamble, it was said that it could take up to three minutes, it took a lot longer. 

 

This is considering that the liquor store does not exist at the moment.  The report does not mention how busy the Farmer Jacks operation is especially at peak hours.  There is the potential for lost tempers and accidents.  This facility is not a good idea. 

 

Response by Mayor Robert

 

Taken as a statement.

 

PQ03-07/15       Mrs N. Sangali, Quinns Road, Quinns Rocks

 

1.       Questions from previous meeting

 

Is there a legal requirement for minutes and public questions to be publicly available within a certain timeframe? 

 

Response by Chief Executive Officer

 

This will need to be investigated.  Council normally publishes them as soon as the answers are available.

 

Further response by Manager Governance and Legal

 

The questions referred to by Mrs Sangali were presented at the Council Briefing Session last Tuesday night.  In accordance with the Local Government Act 1995, Council Briefing Sessions are not formal meetings of Council and the City does not compile formal minutes of Council Briefing Sessions.  The City has adopted a procedure whereby any questions that are taken on notice are responded to in writing directly to the questioner as soon as practicable.  The Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996 requires that formal minutes of Council Meetings are recorded and kept and are made available for inspection by members of the public within 10 business days after the Council meeting.  Notwithstanding this requirement, the City of Wanneroo has adopted a procedure that ensures that the minutes are publicly available on the Friday immediately after the Council Meeting.

 

2.       Development, Royal James Court, Quinns Rocks

 

a)      Administration has stated that affected residents have no appeal rights.  If this development had gone through public consultation, would the residents be within their rights to oppose the development?

 

Response by Director Planning and Sustainability

 

If Council advertises an application, residents are entitled to express any views they wish.

 

b)      Council suggests that by providing 26 resident and 9 visitor bays, a total of 35 bays, that the parking is adequate for a development of this size.  The proposed development has a mix of one, two and three bedrooms, totalling 47 rooms.  If each occupier of a room owned a car, there is  already a shortfall of 12 parking bays without adding visitors.  How will Council deal with this issue should it arise?

 

Response by Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Question taken on notice.

 

Further Response from Director Planning and Sustainability

 

In the approval of the application, Council did not make a discretionary decision whether the number of parking bays to be provided was adequate. 

 

The parking was assessed based on a predetermined set of requirements contained in the State Planning Policy 3.1 Residential Design Codes (R-Codes).

 

The R-Codes set out the car parking requirements for residential development and establishes a standard for the number of vehicles per dwelling based on dwelling type. Based on these requirements, there is a total of 31 car parking bays required to be provided on-site. The development provides a total of 35 car parking bays on-site. Notwithstanding, should there be any parking which is occurring illegally on the surrounding streets, the City’s Rangers will investigate the matter and if required, issue a penalty to any person that has parked unlawfully.

 

3.       Connolly Drive

 

Recently contacted by residents of both Merriwa and Ridgewood over concerns re crossing Connolly Drive near Jenolan Way to access Merriwa Shopping Centre and surrounding schools and public facilities?  With the extension of the freeway this intersection is set to become a lot busier.  Is there any plans to put a pedestrian crossing or signalised lights at this intersection?

 

Response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

This intersection is due for upgrade however the question regarding traffic signals will be taken on notice.

 

Further Response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

Connolly Drive is scheduled to be upgraded in 2015/2016 and 2016/2017 financial years with the completion scheduled before the opening of the Freeway Extension to Hester Avenue. There are no plans for the installation of traffic signals at Connolly Drive/Jenolan Way intersection, however at-grade pedestrian crossing adjoining Jenolan Way and Connolly Drive intersection will be included as part of the upgrade project.

 

4.       Two Rocks Coastal Management

 

a)      Is Council aware of any plans to upgrade the marina that would change its configuration and possibly alleviate or accelerate the erosion?

 

Response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

Administration does not have confirmation from the Department of Transport that the marina will be developed.  It is understood that it is likely to be developed but no timeframe has been provided.

 

b)      Administration also made the comment that the marina construction caused the erosion, therefore the State Government should be responsible for funding.  Do the State Government recognise that they should be responsible for the funding?

 

 

Response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

The recommendation is to write to State Government to fund these coastal protection works and Council will have to wait for the response.

 

c)      It was also mentioned in the report that there were responses from State Government that were available in the Elected Members Reading Room.  Are they able to be made public?

 

Response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

They are copies of previous correspondence with State Government where it was highlighted that the marina has caused erosion to the north.

 

Response by Chief Executive Officer

 

Taken on notice to establish the context of the letters to determine whether they can be made public.

 

Further Response from A/Director Infrastructure

 

Copies of the correspondence with the State Government as referenced in Item No. IN02-07/15 are available to the public on request and have been provided to Ms Sangalli under separate cover. 

 

5.       Population of Two Rocks area

 

a)      What is the estimated population of the greater Two Rocks area in approximately thirty years?

 

Response by Director Planning and Sustainability

 

Taken on notice.

 

Further Response by Director Planning and Sustainability

 

We do not have a reliable 30 year estimate at this stage.  The estimate for Two Rocks in 2036 is 12,284.  Estimates are continually updated and revised based on actual unexpected growth. 

 

b)      The Two Rocks Coastal report has no recommendation for sand re-nourishment in the shorter term.  With so many new residents expected to move to the area and the beach eroding, where do Council proposed the residents swim and enjoy a day at the beach?

 

Response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

Whilst the City is waiting for State Government to respond, the City will continue to monitor the site and if required, any intervention will have to go back to State Government and seek cooperation.  It will then need to come back to Council to undertake some sort of emergency coastal protection which generally is sand nourishment.

 

6.       Butler Liquor Store

 

a)      Did Administration investigate the estimated frequency of deliveries and has a solution been found to the problem of blocking loading bays further adding to the congestion at the shopping centre entrance?

 

Response by Manager Planning Implementation

 

The number of deliveries is estimated to be five per week to the liquor store.  In terms of a solution to queuing, as is indicated in the report, there is the potential during peak hours, especially on Friday evenings.   There is not expected to be any queuing to block the access way at other times.  If there is, the City will need to deal with this at the time.

 

b)      Council has estimated five deliveries but what about the supermarket deliveries?

 

Response by Manager Planning Implementation

 

The information obtained for the liquor store were obtained from the owners.  Information was not gathered from the supermarket.  Will take that on notice.

 

Further response by Director Planning & Sustainability

 

The City has been advised by the applicants that there are approximately 25 deliveries per weekday to the supermarket, four of which are larger trucks delivering several pallets at a time and the remainder of deliveries are made by smaller vehicles. 

 

The number of deliveries on weekends is generally lower than weekdays and is dependent on the needs of the supermarket.  This information has not at this stage been verified by Administration.

 

c)      Has Administration investigated how the drive through exit including the extended curb will interact or interfere with the Acrod Parking?

 

Response by Manager Planning Implementation

 

Administration does not believe that the exit will interfere with the parking.

 

Further response by Director Planning & Sustainability

 

In any event, the requirements for the provision of disabled parking bays would require approval irrespective of what planning approvals have or have not been granted. 

 

 

PQ04-07/15       Mr L Flood, Ronez Elbow, Merriwa

Clean up Australia is coming.  Could Council investigate deposit bins for fishing, fishing lines, hooks and recreational fishing gear instead of them being left on the beaches?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

The City will publish information in the next Wanneroo Link as a reminder to residents.

 

PQ05-07/15       Mrs M Quirk, Templeton Crescent , Girrawheen

On behalf of myself and the Local Member for this area, Janine Freeman, welcome to the South Ward. 

 

 

 

 

1.       Funding Cuts by State Government

 

a)      In regard to the funding cuts by the State Government to Financial Counselling services to the City of Wanneroo leading to the loss of half a position and then in this year’s state budget with the services de-funded by the state government, what impact will this have on the City of Wanneroo and the community?

 

b)      Will there be any local viable alternative?

 

c)      Was prior warning given by the State Government to the City of Wanneroo prior to these cuts? 

 

d)      Has the City of Wanneroo been subsequently consulted since the Government has reluctantly conceded that it would review its position?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

The City was very disappointed.  There are many members within the City’s community who are finding times tough especially with the down turn in the resource sector. The City is concerned about the increase in homelessness and has been working hard with the City’s financial councillors to ensure that these people are supported.  This will certainly impact negatively on  the services provided to the community.

 

Response by Director Community Development

 

a)      The City has anticipated significant impact to the community based on the number of residents who use and benefit from these services. 

 

b)      In regard to other services, there is still some federally funded service delivery which the City is responsible for although it obviously cannot meet the capacity that was previously available.  There has recently been funding to Lifeline through Federal Government to deliver some counselling services however that won’t increase the City’s services because that removed the source of federal government funding.

 

c)      In regard to prior warning, all indications received was that funding at this stage would be continuing for at least a further twelve months. 

 

d)      The City is involved in joint advocacy on the issue on an ongoing basis.

 

2.       Hooning activities

 

I refer to a number community concerns relating to hooning activity on local roads, in particular that police are not enforcing the hoon laws in relation to this.  How many reports have Rangers had in relation to such activity at or near Ashdale Secondary College and Danbury Crescent, Girrawheen in the last twelve months?

 

Response by Mayor Roberts

 

Taken on notice.

 

Further Response from A/Director Infrastructure

 

The City has not responded to any customer enquiries regarding hooning activities in Danbury Crescent in the past 12 months. 

 

 

 

Traffic counts were completed in March 2015 to determine the effectiveness of the speed cushions on  Danbury Crescent on reducing through vehicle speeds in accordance with the default built-up area 50Km/hr speed limit. The traffic count data indicated that the speed cushions have reduced through vehicle speeds.

 

Warwick Police advised that the only incident on WAPOL systems from this year is for Danbury Crescent is 17 July 2015.   The City has not received any information regarding hoon activity near the Ashdale Secondary College.

 

 

Item  4       Confirmation of Minutes

OC01-07/15       Minutes of Ordinary Council Meeting held on 23 June 2015

Moved Cr Winton, Seconded Cr Cvitan

 

That the minutes of the Ordinary Council Meeting held on 23 June 2015 be confirmed subject to the following administrative amendment:

 

That the resolution for Item CS08-06/15 read “CARRIED BY ABSOLUTE MAJORITY” instead of “CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY”

 

Carried Unanimously

 

Item  5       Announcements by the Mayor without Discussion

OA01-07/15       Update on “What’s Happening in the City of Wanneroo”

Good evening everyone and welcome to our third council meeting on tour for the year.

 

Council meetings “on tour” are a great opportunity for residents in our outer suburbs to attend meetings and see council in action.  Our March council meeting was held at the Phil Renkin Centre in Two Rocks and our May meeting was held at the Gumblossom Centre in Quinns Rocks.

 

The 2015-16 Budget focuses on renewing and upgrading existing facilities in the City’s south while also providing for new infrastructure. 

 

Key projects for the coming financial year include the design and documentation of a new southern suburbs library and the completion of the Koondoola Community Centre.  The Budget factors in the need for new services and infrastructure while also recognising the need for renewed facilities across the City.

 

Community safety, infrastructure, parks, sporting amenities and active open space top the list of key projects in the City of Wanneroo’s 2015-16 Budget adopted on June 9.

 

Community infrastructure is vital to provide connections and social opportunities between residents, clubs and organisations.  More than $700,000 of funding for sport facilities will go towards floodlighting and an extension to the oval at Warradale Park in Landsdale and more than $400,000 to sports floodlighting, baseball back nets, cricket net upgrade and playgrounds at Hudson Park in Girrawheen.

 

KOONDOOLA COMMUNITY CENTRE

 

We are so proud of the progress of the Koondoola Community Centre.  The $3.5 million project includes the new community centre building and car park as well as a main hall, secondary hall, kitchen facilities, office, meeting room, a court yard, change room facilities, canteen, store rooms, landscaping and a spectator terrace.  The Koondoola Community Centre will provide a much needed addition to the Koondoola area for community groups to come together, meet and interact.  Construction is 60% complete with the project expected to be fully completed in December 2015.

 

SOUTHERN SUBURBS LIBRARY

 

The 15/16 Capital Works budget adopted by Council includes funding for concept design of the new Southern Suburbs Library.  Investigation is well underway to finalise a site to construct this exciting new library.  A report to Council to consider site selection and commence the concept design works is anticipated to occur late 2015.

 

KINGSWAY SPORTING COMPLEX

 

Kingsway Sporting Complex is a feature of the area and the City is continually doing works to improve and update this invaluable facility.  The baseball clubrooms project is nearing its completion in November this year the club is eagerly looking forward to their new facility.

 

The Olympic Soccer Clubrooms will also receive maintenance and upgrades in the clubs off season and take about three to four months to complete.

 

The AFL players out there will be pleased to know that the city has just applied for funding to provide wheel chair access from the car park to the Kingsway AFL playing field. We will know in October if the City has been successful in securing this funding.

 

SOUTH WARD ACTIVE RESERVES MASTER PLAN

 
The South Ward Recreational Master Plan has also been developed for the active reserves in the area. The plan was developed by the south ward community reference and sporting user group which included local community members; Mr Peter Romiti, Ms Danielle Santoro, Mr Anthony Lepore, Ms Claire Ginbey, Mr Patrick Murphy, Mr Geoff Harrison and Mr Michael Pentreath.

 

The plan includes upgrades and new works at multiple reserves in the area including Alexander Heights, Blackmore, Hainsworth and Hudson parks. There are more than 80 projects ranging from car park upgrades to outdoor fitness equipment, paths and flood lighting at cost of $20.4m.

 

This financial year more than $700,000 has been allocated to a building needs assessment as well as upgrades and new works at Alexander Heights and Hudson Parks.

 

ROAD WORKS

 

The 2015-16 Road Resurfacing Programme includes $1,958,925 to resurface various streets in the suburb of Girrawheen: including Bendix Way; Burnham Way; Colne Way; Lecky Court; Pelham Way; Rochford Way; Salcott Road; Westbrook Way; Ipswich Crescent; Bilby Road; Stoke Court; Leigh Place and Shalford Way. Works are in the planning stages and should commence mid-September. 

 

 

 

 

 

There will also be significant construction works for traffic treatment projects in Landsdale Road ($250,000),  Kingsway ($350,000 Stage 2), Parin Road ($90,000), Templeton Crescent ($300,000), Hainsworth Avenue ($250,000), Mirrabooka Avenue/Southmead Drive ($75,000), as well as ($80,000) for street lighting in Mirrabooka Avenue/Montrose Avenue to be scheduled progressively throughout the year.

 

PATHWAYS

 

$414,500 has been budgeted for footpaths across the City with four projects scheduled to commence this financial year in the south ward including:


Construction of a pathway Hepburn Avenue, Giralt Road to Kingsway in Marangaroo.

Design of a concrete shared path from Hepburn Avenue to Gnangara Road.

Construction of a new shared path on Southmead Drive Landsdale, and design and documentation for the construction of a shared path on the east side of Marangaroo Drive to Beach Road.

 

SAM TROTT MEMORIAL PLAYGROUND AT WARRADALE PARK.

 

A preferred site for the play area has been selected in consultation with the family.  A Concept Plan for the development is being prepared, based on nature play principles, and the City has started to collect and stockpile some natural materials that may be able to be used within the play area.

 

This concept plan will be discussed with the family at the next scheduled meeting, around the end of July and then a report will be provided to council for approval of the selected site and playground design.

 

OTHER WORKS IN THE SOUTH WARD

 

Alexander Heights Park will receive $220,000 to install fitness equipment, design and construct a path network.  Funds of  $867,500 have also been allocated to the Marangaroo Golf Course.

 

WANNEROO, KOONDOOLA- GIRRAWHEEN REZONING

 

Public comment on the Wanneroo, Koondoola, Girrawheen draft scheme amendment is now open. (23 June).

 

The split density coding of R20/40 and R20/60 in Wanneroo, Girrawheen and Koondoola was adopted by Wanneroo Council in February for the purpose of seeking public comment, subject to the WA Planning Commission giving their approval to advertise the amendment.  The higher density coding is only proposed to apply under certain conditions.

 

The implementation of a split density code over the Girrawheen, Koondoola and Wanneroo housing precincts is seen as the optimum solution to complex infrastructure and urban design issues.  After public consultation, the comments received will be presented to Council for consideration. 

 

Council’s resolution, and any recommended changes to the amendment as a result of public comment will then be forwarded to the Western Australian Planning Commission, for the consideration of the Minister for Planning.



 

 

 

The City held a workshop at Wanneroo Central Shopping Centre on 2 July and two more at the Newpark Shopping Centre on 9 July and 16 July.  Turnout was extremely strong with an estimated 150 people at the Wanneroo Workshop on 2 July and 250-300 people at Newport Shopping Centre on 9 July.  Comments from those in support had requested the inclusion of other areas in the proposed rezoning (such as Marangaroo and Alexander Heights); and a suggestion that developers be required to provide a street trees to offset the higher density and smaller back yards.


People who strongly support the amendment state the increase in rental properties in the area as a good outcome for families.  There has also been extension community consultation including an online survey and further consultation sessions.   I commend City staff for the work that has gone into the rezoning process. It hasn’t been quick but the time taken has been necessary to ensure that areas considered for medium density housing have access to appropriate services and infrastructure.  The City can assure the public that this process has been well thought-out and planned.

 

WARD MERGER

 

At the Ordinary Council Meeting on 3 March 2015 Council resolved to maintain the existing number of Councillors across the City at 14 plus the position of the Mayor and make adjustments to the ward boundaries to even out representation and to then consult with the community.

From the next election in October the North Ward will merge with the Coastal Ward to create the North Coast Ward.

 

Carabooda, Nowergup, Neerabup, Carramar, Banksia Grove and Pinjar will be merged into the Central Ward while Wangara and Gnangara will merge from Central Ward to the South Ward.  The Central and South Wards retained their names.   The changes will see the ward more evenly represented with 5 Councillors in the North Coast Ward 4 councillors in Central and 5 in South.  These changes will be implemented for the 2015 Local Government elections.

 

YOUR MOVE

 

I am very excited to announce that thousands of City of Wanneroo residents have signed up for the Your Move program that encourages and supports them to boost their physical health by being more active.  In fact more than 10,500 local residents are on track to better health, after signing up for the City’s Your Move program.

 

Your Move is proving a hit with local families. Walking is the most popular action plan residents signed up for and most are aged between 34 and 65.  The program aims to change people’s habits by providing personalised support and motivation.  Participants are encouraged to swap car trips for walking, cycling or public transport. They are also given information about facilities, events and ways to get active in their neighbourhood.

 
The City is the second local government in Western Australia to be offered the program.  A highly successful pilot in Cockburn resulted in residents increasing their physical activity by more than 10 minutes per person per a day and a five per cent decrease in car trips per participant over the year long program.

 

The City of Wanneroo is committed to encouraging healthy and active communities, and is currently developing its own bicycle development plan to inform our bicycle path network.

 

 

 

 

 

IN CONCLUSION

 

As you can see there are many projects currently underway to improve facilities and infrastructure for residents in our Central and South wards.  We very much welcome a future southern suburbs library and the completion of the Koondoola Community Centre.

Item  6       Questions from Elected Members

CQ01-07/15       Councillor Zappa

a)      Could Administration please update Council on the timing for community consultation to occur as part of the detailed design and documentation process for Hardcastle Park, Landsdale?

 

Response by Director Community Development

 

The City is currently undertaking site analysis of the park. 

The project plan at this stage indicates community consultation scheduled to commence on 22 October 2015.

 

b)      With regards to the grant funding application to Main Roads WA to dual the carriage way on Hartman Drive between Hepburn Avenue and Gnangara Road, could Administration provide details if there will be a provision for a pedestrian underpass or overpass at Hartman Road?

 

Response by Director Infrastructure

 

As part of Hardman Drive Stage 1 construction, Council considered a report at a meeting on 22 September 2009.  At that time the underpasses were deleted from the scope of works.  This decision was based on a number of reasons including community feedback, limited catchment for pedestrians and cyclists, security and access point of view and significant costs involved with the construction of underpasses.  Two alternative at-grade crossings were constructed and based on the same principles when Stage 2 does take place, there is no proposal at the moment to construct underpasses whereas at grade crossing will continue to be maintained.

 

c)      Could the Director please inform Council of when a traffic study will be conducted for the intersection of Highclere Boulevard and Hepburn Avenue?

 

Response by Director Infrastructure

 

This year’s capital works program does include funding to undertake that study.  The City is preparing a consultants’ brief at the moment and after a procurement process, it is expected that traffic engineering consultants will be appointed in September. The traffic study is expected to take three months and a draft report is likely to be available to the City for a review towards the end of December 2015. Subject to the completion of review and finalisation of the draft traffic study report, a report will be scheduled for Council's consideration in February 2016.

 

d)      Given the impact of the light industrial area in Landsdale on the neighbouring residents in Darch, will the City be approaching the State Government to undertake a joint study on how these impacts can be minimised?

 

 

Response by Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The Landsdale industrial area is zoned General Industrial under the City's District Planning Scheme No. 2 and Industrial under the Metropolitan Region Scheme.  Administration has not considered the matter of approaching the State Government regarding a joint study in relation to the question of impacts from the Landsdale industrial area on the adjoining residential area in Darch.

 

b)       Given the recent hold up in the Joint Development Assessment Panel of the new East Landsdale Primary School on the issue of parking, could Administration advise what it believes would be the optimal amount of parking spaces that should be provided at the new school?

 

Response by Director Planning and Sustainability

 

The Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) considered the item on 11 May 2015 and a procedural motion was made to; “defer the decision to allow the applicant to provide further information including:

 

1.       A building envelope concept that illustrates the area in which buildings could be located;

2.       Access points;

3.       Extent of remnant bushland to be retained; and

4.       Circulation of the design brief to JDAP members."

 

It is noted that the application for the proposed primary school is to be considered at the upcoming meeting of the JDAP to be held on 28 July 2015.

 

With respect to Car Parking, the number of bays required to be provided based on the provisions of the City's District Planning Scheme No. 2 is 191 based on the ultimate student population of students of 760 students. The Responsible Authority Report (RAR) as prepared by the Department of Finance (Building Management and Works) has been recommended that a minimum of 162 car parking bays be provided.  The report supports a variation to the parking requirement of 29 bays.

 

 

CQ02-07/15       Councillor Hayden

1.       When will things be getting underway in Hudson Park?  There were some plans to get this started within the next 12 months?

 

Response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

Taken on notice.

 

Further Response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

Design and consultation of Hudson Park projects is due to be undertaken prior the December 2015 with construction of these projects scheduled to be undertaken from February to June 2016.

 

2.       There was a resolution passed not long ago for the installation of shade sales in parks throughout the City of Wanneroo beginning in Darch.  What is the progress on this?

 

 

 

Response by A/Director Infrastructure

 

The City is currently preparing a procurement plan for the shade sails for this year’s budget and expect that all shade sails will be completed before summer this year.

 

 

CQ03-07/15       Councillor Smithson

There is site works that have commenced at Quinns Rocks Caravan Park.  Is this the beginning of the project or is it preparatory work, and if it is the beginning of the project, how much longer is it going to be before the is any built form on this site?

 

Response by Manager Property

 

It is essential site clearing.  None of the works underway relates to what is to be built.  First need to establish what footprint can exist on this site.  The City will shortly be approaching the WAPC to discuss the footprint that is possible and then Council will be given options in regard to concept designs.

 

 

CQ04-07/15       Councillor Nguyen

Re Hudson Park Pavilion and Koondoola Hall.  Recently there has been a large number of car break ins and car damage belonging to the users of this facility.  I understand the Council is planning to renovate Hudson park and Koondoola Hall.  Would Council consider putting in place a temporary measure to assist the users in terms of security?

 

Response by Director Community Development

 

The City will investigate this matter.

 

 

Item  7       Petitions

New Petitions Received 

PT01-07/15       Closure of Laneway – Curtis Way and Morgan Way, Girrawheen

Cr Nguyen presented a petition of 36 signatories requesting Council’s consideration of the closure of the laneway linking Curtis Way and Morgan Way, Girrawheen to help reduce the amount of anti-social behaviour, burglaries, buying and selling of illicit drugs and littering.

 

This petition be forwarded to the Planning and Sustainability Directorate for action.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT02-07/15       Ingham’s Chicken Farm Odour

Cr Newton presented a petition of 3 signatories attesting to the odour emitted by Ingham Enterprises animal feed manufacturing plant and hatchery located at 1040 Wanneroo Road, Sinagra and ask that Council lobby the Legislative Assembly to restrict the legal odour emission quota of Ingham Enterprises' operations located in Sinagra under section 56 of the Environmental Protection Regulations Act of 1986.

 

Furthermore, the petitioners request that the renewal of Ingham's licence under this Act in September 2015 only be granted upon the condition that the company undertakes preparatory action to relocate operations away from the Wanneroo town site to prevent further debilitation preferably that the hatchery relocate within two years of licence renewal, and the feed mill within five years of licence renewal.

 

This petition be forwarded to the Planning and Sustainability Directorate for action.

 

Cr Treby presented a petition of 158 signatories from residents of Landsdale seeking the support of Council in its determination of proposed Amendment No.14 to the East Wanneroo Cell 5 Agreed Structure Plan No.7.

 

This petition be forwarded to the Planning and Sustainability Directorate for action

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Treby

 

That the petitions be received and forwarded to the relevant Directorates for action.

 

Carried Unanimously

Update on Petitions   

UP01-07/15       Vehicle Congestion at Vasse Court, Wanneroo (PT01-06/15)

Cr Cvitan presented a petition of 6 signatories expressing their concern with the current congestion in the cul-de-sac due to lack of paved verge areas for the placing of rubbish bins on collection days.

 

Update

 

The petition organiser emailed Business Manager Waste Operations on 26 June 2015 requesting the withdrawal of the petition.  

 

UP02-07/15       Footpath at the corner of San Teodoro Avenue and Caporn Street, Sinagra through to Pinjar Road (PT02-06/15)

Cr Newton presented a petition of 20 signatories of San Teodoro Avenue requesting that Council put plans in place to lay a footpath at the corner of San Teodoro Avenue and Caporn Street Sinagra, through to Pinjar Road Wanneroo for the safety of pedestrians, bicycles, scooters, skateboard riders and motor vehicles, as there is no walk way access to the new petrol station, restaurant and shopping centre.

 

Update

 

A report will be presented to the 18 August 2015 Council meeting.

 

UP03-07/15       Speed Humps Installation at Greenfields Circle, Hocking
(PT03-06/15)

Cr Newton presented a petition of 11 signatories requesting the Council consider the installation of speed humps for safety at Greenfields Circle, Hocking.

 

Update

 

A report will be presented to the 13 October 2015 Council meeting.

 


UP04-07/15       Opposing the Development at Royal James Court, Quinns Rocks (PT04-06/15)

Cr Driver presented a petition of 29 signatories of opposing the development at Royal James Courts, Quinns Rocks.

 

Update

 

On 20 November 2014, the City received an application for 23 Multiple Dwellings on Lots 8 and 9 (16 and 17) Royal James Court, Quinns Rocks.

 

The site is zoned Residential with a residential density code of R40 under the City's District Planning Scheme No. 2 (DPS 2). The site is subject to the provisions of the Detailed Area Plan (DAP) for Lots 368 and 369 Waterland Point and Lots 387 and 388 Royal James Court, Quinns Rocks.

 

Under the City's DPS 2, a Multiple Dwelling is a 'D' (discretionary) land use within the Residential zone. Advertising is generally undertaken for 'D' uses if there are variations proposed to the development requirements which are considered to potentially affect surrounding landowners. The development application for 23 Multiple Dwellings on the subject site was assessed against the provisions of the Residential Design Codes (R-Codes) and the DAP. There were minor variations proposed to the requirements of the R-Codes which related to the amount of paved surface in the front area of the lot and the proportion of one and two bedroom dwellings provided. These variations were not considered to affect the surrounding landowners.

 

All other requirements of the DAP and the R-Codes were complied with and as such, public consultation was not undertaken and the development application was approved by Administration under delegated authority on 15 January 2015.

 

In regard to the appeal rights identified in Clause 8.4 of DPS 2, appeal rights against planning decisions are only available to the applicant who sought planning approval. There are no appeal rights in relation to planning decisions available to anyone else such as residents or owners of properties adjoining an approved development (that is there are no "third party" appeal rights).

 

In regard to the comments raised in the petition relating to the matters of Clause 6.8 of DPS 2, the following response is provided:

 

Traffic:

 

The impact of vehicle movements was assessed having regard to the capacity of the road as outlined in the Western Australian Planning Commission’s Liveable Neighbourhoods Policy. Based on the number of dwellings existing and proposed with access to Royal James Court, the total potential number of vehicles generated was within the design capacity of the road and therefore not considered excessive or detrimental.

 

Noise:

 

Any noise generated on any residential lot is required to comply with the Environment Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997 at all times. In the event that noise is emitted at a level that becomes a nuisance to local residents, Administration would investigate noise levels and if substantiated, require a property owner to undertake appropriate measures to ensure compliance with the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997.

 

Parking:

 

The car parking provisions of the R-Codes require the subject development to provide a minimum of 25 resident car parking bays and six (6) visitor car parking bays on-site. The proposal provided a total of 26 resident car parking bays and nine (9) visitor car parking bays which is sufficient to cater for residents and visitors to the subject development.

 

Furthermore, the parking of any vehicles on the street are required to comply with the City of Wanneroo’s Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law (2003). Should any car parking occur that does not comply with this Local Law, the City’s Rangers can investigate the offence.

 

Housing type:

 

The subject Multiple Dwellings on-site are in accordance with the zoning of the land as Residential with a residential density code of R40. The development provides for two one-bedroom dwellings, 18 two-bedroom dwellings, and three three-bedroom dwellings. The proposal is considered to provide for a diverse range of housing type and size for residents and is consistent with the Residential zoning of the subject lots and the surrounding area.

 


 

 

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 Aitken declared a potential financial interest in item CR01-07/15.

Moved Cr Treby, Seconded Cr Hayden

That Item MN01-07/15 “Proposal to remove Civic and Cultural zoning from Lot 5483 (41) Park Lane, Alexander Heights and incorporate the land into Alexander Heights Park” be considered as the first item of business.

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

File Ref:                                              6305 – 15/234576

Author:                                                Cr Brett Treby

Action Officer:                                    Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       1

Previous Items:                                   CB03-09/12 and CB10-04/13

 

Moved Cr Treby, Seconded Cr Hayden

That Council:-

 

1.       Pursuant to Section 75 of the Planning and Development Act INITIATES Amendment No. 151 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 to rezone Lot 5483 (41) Park Lane, Alexander Heights from Cultural and Civic Zone to Parks and Recreation Reserve;

 

2.       Pursuant to Section 81 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 REFERS Amendment No. 151 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 to the Environmental Protection Authority for comment;

 

3.       Subject to no objection being received from the Environmental Protection Authority, ADVERTISES Amendment No. 151 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 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. 151 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 to the Western Australian Planning Commission for information.

 

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

Planning and Sustainability

Policies and Studies

PS01-07/15       Amendment to Local Planning Policy 3.8: Marmion Avenue Arterial Road Access Policy

File Ref:                                              4605 – 15/122934

Responsible Officer:                           Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       4  

Previous Items:                                   PS08-04/13 Agenda; PS08-04/13 Resolution

                                                           

Moved Cr Newton, Seconded Cr Parker

That Council:-

 

 1.      NOTES the submissions received regarding draft Amendment 1 to Local Planning Policy 3.8: Marmion Avenue Access Policy and ENDORSES Administration's responses to issues raised in those submissions as set out in Attachment 4;

 

2.       Pursuant to Clause 8.11.3 of District Planning Scheme No. 2, ADOPTS the draft amendment to LPP 3.8, as shown in Attachment 3;  and

 

3.       Pursuant to Clauses 8.11.3.1(d) and (e) of District Planning Scheme No. 2, PUBLISHES notice of its adoption of LPP 3.8 in the Wanneroo Times and North Coast Times community newspapers, FORWARDS a copy of the adopted Policy to the WAPC for its information, and ADVISES respondents of Council's decision.

Carried Unanimously


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Town Planning Schemes & Structure Plans

PS02-07/15       Adoption of Amendment No. 1 to the Alkimos - Eglinton District Structure Plan No. 18

File Ref:                                              3384-01 – 15/181660

Responsible Officer:                           Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       4         

 

Moved Cr Newton, Seconded Cr Parker

That Council:-

1.       Pursuant to Clause 9.6.1 of District Planning Scheme No.2 RESOLVES that Amendment No. 1 to the Alkimos Eglinton District Structure Plan No. 18, as submitted by Roberts Day on behalf of LandCorp and as outlined on Attachment 2 to this report is satisfactory subject to the recommended modifications listed in the Schedule of Submissions included as Attachment 3 being made to the satisfaction of the Director Planning and Sustainability;

2.       Pursuant to Clause 9.6.1 of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, SUBMITS three copies of Amendment No. 1 to Alkimos Eglinton District Structure Plan No. 18 to the Western Australian Planning Commission for its adoption and certification, once modified in accordance with 1. above

3.       Pursuant to Clause 9.6.5 of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, ADOPTS Amendment No. 1 to the Alkimos Eglinton District Structure Plan No. 18 documents and AUTHORISES the Director, Planning and Sustainability to SIGN once certified by the Western Australian Planning Commission; and

4.       NOTES the Schedule of Submissions included in Attachment 3, ENDORSES Administration’s responses to those submissions, FORWARDS the Schedule of Submissions to the Western Australian Planning Commission, and ADVISES the submitters of its decision.

Carried Unanimously


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Summary of Submissions – Amendment No. 1 to the Alkimos-Eglinton District Structure Plan No. 18

 

Submission No.

Issue

Administration Comment

Recommended Modifications

1.0

WESTERN POWER

1.1

The information provided has been noted in Western Power's planning database in advance of the next review of network capacity requirements.

Noted. This information will be provided to the applicant.

No action required.

2.0

WATER CORPORATION

2.1

The proposed amendment does not materially affect current broad scale planning. There may be minor impacts on detailed reticulation planning, which is yet to occur.

Noted. This information will be provided to the applicant.

No action required.

3.0

DEPARTMENT OF WATER (DoW)

3.1

No comment.

Noted.

No action required.

4.0

DEPARTMENT OF ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS (DAA)

4.1

There is one site under Section 5 of the Aboriginal Heritage Act, 1972 currently mapped on the Register of Aboriginal Sites within the relevant area: DAA 3509 Karli Spring. The above site is within the District Structure Plan (DSP) area but not in the amendment area.

Noted. The proposed amendment does not affect the Aboriginal Heritage site of Karli Spring.

No action required.

4.2

For proposals for the development of land where there are registered Aboriginal sites, developers are advised to use the Aboriginal Heritage Due Diligence Guidelines.

Noted. This information will be provided to the applicant.

No action required.

5.0

MAIN ROADS WA (MRWA)

5.1

 

Main Roads can provide ‘in principle' support for the proposal, however have the following comments.

Noted.

No action required.

5.2

 

The relocation of Neighbourhood Centre to the intersection Marmion Ave / Alkimos Dr raises concerns regarding access, primarily what sort of access is proposed onto Marmion Ave. As a condition of approval an Access Strategy will need to be developed so that the impact on the regional road network is understood. Further, the Access Strategy should not propose any access onto Marmion Ave, and all access should be via local roads. The Access Strategy shall be referred to Main Roads for comment to determine its suitability.

Noted. The above the Neighbourhood Centre is proposed to be removed from the DSP as discussed in the body of the report.

Modify District Structure Plan Map to remove the Neighbourhood Centre located on the proposed Alkimos Drive in accordance with Attachment 4.

5.3

Main Roads has no comment to make regarding the proposed change of zoning from Service Commercial to Urban.

Noted.

No action required.

5.4

The Public Transport Authority’s comments relating to the North Alkimos Rail Station is noted. Main Roads expects that the removal of this facility will impact on the Alkimos Rail Station and surrounds by redirecting traffic to this location. The impact of the removal of the North Alkimos Rail Station, in vehicle movements, will need to be demonstrated in the development of LSP 89 for Alkimos City Centre SP.

Noted. This information will be provided to the applicant.

No action required.

6.0

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND WILDLIFE (DPaW)

6.1

No objection to the amendment provided it is in accordance with the conditions outlined in Ministerial Statement No. 722. DPaW would not support any proposal to develop or indirectly impact areas that are recommended to be set aside by the Environmental Protection Authority for the protection and conservation of significant environmental values.

Noted. The proposed amendment does not affect any of the land reserved for Parks and Recreation as per Ministerial Statement No. 722.

No action required.

7.0

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (DoE)

7.0

No objection to the proposed amendment. The DoE will assess the impact of the additional residential dwellings in regards to school development for land proposed to be zoned Urban in lieu of Service Commercial.

Noted. This information will be provided to the applicant.

No action required.

8.0

PEET LIMITED on behalf of Peet Alkimos Pty Ltd (PEET)

8.1

Supports the amendment to the DSP addressing the deletion of the ‘Park and Ride’ Station formerly proposed for Alkimos Drive.

Noted.

No action required.

9.0

MIKE ALLEN PLANNING on behalf of Yanchep Beach Joint Venture

9.1

Amendment 1 to the DSP should be rejected until such time as it can be demonstrated that employment generation alternatives are in place. Otherwise the task of achieving the employment self-sufficiency target for the corridor will fall increasingly on Yanchep Two Rocks which already has a higher target than Alkimos-Eglinton.

Agree. The City does not support such a large reduction in the high employment-generating Service Commercial. Through discussion with the proponent a revised plan which indicates 57.6ha of Service Commercial land (in accordance with Attachment 4 to this report) has been provided. It is considered this revised plan can be supported as discussed in the body of the report.

Modify District Structure Plan Map to include 57.6ha of ‘Service Commercial’ zoned land in accordance with Attachment 4.

 

Modify proposed amendment item no. 4, 15, 16 and 17 are to be amended to reflect the 57.6ha of ‘Service Commercial’ land.

10.0

PUBLIC TRANSPORT AUTHORITY (PTA)

10.1

The PTA does not accept the proposal to lease the land designated for Park and Ride. Reference to the leasing of bays should be removed.

Agree. Administration does not consider any specific reference to the leasing of land designated for Park and Ride within the proposed amendment is appropriate for the DSP.

Modify proposed amendment item no. 2, relating to Part 1: 7.9 (S16) shall be removed from the proposed amendment text. 

11.0

DEVELOPMENT PLANNING STRATEGIES (DPS) on behalf of Eglinton Estates Pty Ltd

11.1

 

No objections on the removal of the 'Park and Ride' rail station at Alkimos Drive, provided there will be no expectation for additional parking to be provided within the Eglinton District Centre.

Noted. The provision of additional bays being required within the Eglinton landholdings is at the discretion of the PTA – based on modelling of estimated passenger numbers and car parking demand.

No action required.

11.2

 

No objections to the relocation of the Alkimos Drive neighbourhood centre provided there will be no adverse impact on both the surrounding activity centres and / or the overall activity centre hierarchy in the broader Alkimos Eglinton DSP area.

Noted. The City cannot provide any surety in this regard; however, the proponent has provided a retail viability assessment which concludes that the neighbourhood Centre is not viable and the proposed 700m2 of retail land use can be absorbed into the surrounding commercial centres.

See recommended modification 5.2

11.3.

 

No objection to the reduction of land area zoned 'Service Commercial' and associated increase in land area zoned 'Secondary and District Centre' but reserve the right to amend the Alkimos Eglinton DSP in a similar fashion (reduction of land area zoned Service Commercial) at such time that planning for the Eglinton District Centre is being progressed.

Noted. The City cannot provide any surety that a future amendment within the Eglinton District Centre would be supported. Any future amendment to the DSP lodged will be assessed on its merits at the time of submission and advertising.

No action required.

12.0

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING (DOP)

12.1

Of the 61ha it is claimed 50ha represents the net developable area. This assumes a net developable area of 82%. The reduced land area is stated to be 29ha. Of the 29ha it is claimed 22ha represents the net developable area (76%). A definition of the composition of the net land area is required.

Noted. See Administration Comment to item 9.1 above.

 

See recommended modification 9.1

12.2

 

Under DSP 18, the Service Commercial land correlates with the provision of employment, therefore under the DSP model a loss of service commercial land would correspondingly reduce employment provision. It is suggested that the applicant provide a clear estimate of employment implications associated with the departure from DSP No. 18 having regard to the overall land use mix and intensity in the area and the methodology for calculating employment provision set out in DSP No. 18.

Noted. See Administration Comment to item 9.1 above.

 

See recommended modification 9.1

12.3

 

The amended structure plan indicates that the relocated neighbourhood centre has not been assessed in terms of impact on other proposed and existing centres. It is recommended that a retail and economic analysis of the new Neighbourhood Centre is undertaken to determine corresponding impacts on the overall provision of retail floor space and local services set out in DSP No 18.

Agreed. A retail viability assessment has been undertaken by the proponent which identifies that the Neighbourhood Centre is not viable. The assessment also concludes that there would be no impact on the surrounding centres which will absorb the approximately 700m2 of retail floor space.

 

See recommended modification 5.2

12.4

The removal of the proposed North Alkimos Railway Station will require approval of the WAPC.

Noted. The proponent has provided documentation from the DoT which confirms that the North Alkimos Park and Ride station has not been identified as a future station in the Public Transport Network Plan. The DoT supports the removal of the North Alkimos (Alkimos Drive) Station from the Alkimos-Eglington District Structure Plan. The City supports this view, and considers that the WAPC should have due regard to the DoT’s position.

No action required.

 

12.5

Should the railway station no longer be required the existing hatching designated "Opportunities for Business, Commercial and Mixed Use Development" should be reviewed in this context.

Disagree. Administration considers the review of this hatching would be done through the relevant LSP, specifically through the appropriate zoning.

 

It is noted that the proponent wishes to modify the area to remove a small portion abutting playing fields, south of the removed train station. As the area is not proposed along any major transit corridor and the minor change would be inconsequential it supports the minor portion being removed from the DSP Map.

Modify District Structure Plan Map to remove the ‘Opportunities for Business, Commercial and Mixed Use Development’ designation west of the ‘Playing Fields’ in accordance with Attachment 4.

13.0

Department of Transport

13.1

We acknowledge that PTA and MRWA have sent separate responses.  After reviewing PTA and MRWA responses DoT will not be providing a separate submission, however DoT concurs with the advice and recommendations within PTA and MRWA responses.

Noted.

No action required.

 


 

PS03-07/15       Reconsideration of Amendment No. 2 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80

File Ref:                                              2957-02 – 15/205876

Responsible Officer:                           Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       3         

 

Moved Cr Newton, Seconded Cr Parker

That Council pursuant to Clause 9.12.2 of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, reconsiders Amendment No. 2 to the Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80 and AFFIRMS its decision made at its Meeting of 26 May 2015 (PS06-05/15), which is included as follows:-

 

That Council pursuant to Clause 9.6.1 (b) of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2, RESOLVES that Amendment No. 2 to Drovers Place Precinct Agreed Structure Plan No. 80, included as Attachment 2, submitted by Roberts Day Group on behalf of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Perth is NOT APPROVED for the following reasons:-

 

a)   The proposed residential density is considered to be excessive in view of the environmental significance of Lake Joondalup and the Yellagonga Regional Park and midge management issues associated with the area; and

 

b)   The proposal is considered to generate excessive traffic that cannot be accommodated on the local road network and the arrangements for vehicle access are considered to be unsatisfactory.

 

Carried Unanimously


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Development Applications

PS04-07/15       Proposed Drive Through addition to Approved Liquor Store

File Ref:                                              DA2014/1895 – 14/369134

Responsible Officer:                           Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil.

Attachments:                                       5

Previous Items:                                   PS03-06/14 Agenda; PS03-06/14 Resolution ; PS05-04/12 Agenda; PS05-04/12 Resolution       

Recommendation

That Council:-

1.                APPROVES the development application for a drive-through addition to the approved Liquor Store at Lot 1062 (2) Captiva Approach, Butler, as shown in the plans dated 30 March 2015, 8 April 2015 and 19 August 2014, pursuant to Clause 6.9.1(c) of District Planning Scheme No. 2, and subject to compliance with the following conditions to the satisfaction of the Manager Planning Implementation:-

a)      This approval only relates to the proposed addition to an approved Liquor Store (Drive-through Facility), as shown on the attached plans.  It does not relate to any other development on the lot;

b)      Line-marking to delineate a ‘keep clear zone’ as marked on the plans dated 30 March 2015, 8 April 2015 and 19 August 2014 in red ink being installed prior to the commencement of the Liquor Store (Drive-through);

c)      The drive-through lanes shall not be used for the purpose of storage or obstructed in any way at any time without the prior approval of the City;

d)      A revised Signage Strategy for the subject lot shall be submitted for approval within 30 days of the date of this decision.  Signage on the subject lot shall be in accordance with the approved Signage Strategy.

2.       ENDORSES Administration’s responses to the submissions received as provided in Attachment 4 and Attachment 5 and ADVISES the submitters of this decision.

 

LAPSED FOR WANT OF A MOVER

 

Alternative Motion

 

Moved Cr Driver, Seconded Cr Parker

 

That Council:-

 

1.         REFUSES the development application for a drive-through addition to an approved Liquor Store at Lot 1061 (2) Captiva Approach, Butler for the following reasons:

 

a)         The proposal will exacerbate an existing parking shortfall by seven bays. Council is not prepared to vary the parking requirements of District Planning Scheme No. 2 or to support the area within the drive-through addition towards the provision of on-site parking bays; and

 

 

 

 

b)        In considering a request to vary the car parking standards, the Council is entitled to give due regard to concerns about this proposal raised by adjoining residents and schools, in accordance with sub-clause 6.8 of District Planning Scheme No. 2; and

 

2.         ADVISES the submitters of this decision.

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

Reason for Alternative Motion

 

The Council considers that the proposal is not appropriate on the basis that it does not meet the parking provisions of the scheme and owing to the concerns raised by the community during advertising.

 


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CITY OF WANNEROO

PROPOSED DRIVE THROUGH ADDITION TO APPROVED LIQUOR STORE

2 CAPTIVA APPROACH, BUTLER (DA2014/1895)

(Advertising closed 1 December 2014)

 

No.

Summary of Submission

Administration Comment

Recommended Modification

1.

Submitter 1

BUTLER WA 6036

1.1

Expresses disappointment that the Council has approved the Liquor Store in close proximity to three schools.

Noted.  The Liquor Store was approved by Council at its meeting of 24 June 2014.  The current application seeks approval for a drive-through addition to the Liquor Store and has been assessed on its planning merits.

No modification required.

1.2

The design encourages students to walk directly in front of the drive through exit, which is considered to be a serious safety issue.

Noted.  A designated pedestrian crossing is provided from the shopping centre entrance to Lukin Drive.  Drivers exiting the drive through will have the option of turning left immediately before the pedestrian crossing, or travelling in a westerly direction which will require them to stop for pedestrians using the crossing.  The proponent has submitted revised plans which depict a kerb extension to direct vehicles exiting the drive through into one lane, and a speed bump at the exit of the drive through to ensure vehicles exiting are travelling at an appropriate speed for a car park environment.

No modification required.

1.3

Studies have shown that an increase in outlet liquor sales have been linked to higher rates of traffic accidents, road crashes, general injuries, drink driving or being a passenger of a drink driver (Review of the Liquor Control Act 1988).

Noted.  See response for 1.1 above.

No modification required.

1.4

Submitter notes the Liquor Store will have an opening time of 8am which means children will be inadvertently exposed to alcohol related sale and transactions as the drive through is in full view of students walking/biking.

Noted.  The permitted trading hours for a Liquor Store within the Perth metropolitan region are set by the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor and are 8.00am to 10.00pm Monday to Friday and 10.00am to 10.00pm Saturday and Sunday.  Individual proprietors can tailor their opening hours as required within the span of permitted trading hours.

No modification required.

1.5

The proposed drive through will expand the area of advertising that children are exposed to.  According to the Australian National Preventative Health Agency “The early and cumulative exposure to alcohol advertising contributes to both an earlier initiation of alcohol use (i.e. younger age of first drink) and more frequent and heavy drinking by young Australians, and patterns of harmful drinking later in life.”

Noted.  See response to 1.1 above. The proposal does not incorporate any signage.  Any application for signage for the Liquor Store will be assessed against the provisions of the City’s Signs Local Planning Policy. 

No modification required.

2.

Submitter 2

QUINNS ROCKS  WA  6030

2.1

Submitter is confused as to whether this Liquor Store is different to another Liquor Store being advertised on the Department of Liquor and Gaming website.

 

There is minimal information on the City’s website and the advertisement states the addition is to an existing Liquor Store.

 

The submitter objects on the basis that she feels the City has mislead the public into believing that the liquor licence has already been granted and therefore it is too late to object. 

 

The advertising sign was placed at the back of the centre away from most of the general public and is not in clear view.

Noted.  The advertisement on the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor website related to an application for a liquor licence for the subject Liquor Store.  The application made to the City seeks approval for a drive through addition to the approved Liquor Store and made no reference to the liquor licencing process.

 

The information provided on the City’s website consisted of a site plan and floor plan.  The use of the word ‘existing’ in the City’s advertisement was to reflect the fact that the Liquor Store had an existing approval from the City.  Notwithstanding this, the proposal was readvertised between 28 April 2015 to 20 May 2015 at the request of Council to clarify that Council had granted planning approval for the Liquor Store, however, the Liquor Store had not yet opened.

 

The advertising sign was placed in the same location as the advertising sign for the Liquor Store, which was near the crossover on Tarpon Loop.

No modification required.

2.2

Submitter is not satisfied with information provided on the City’s website.  The overall plan does not show that two of the roads bounding the shopping centre have residential homes on them, and makes no mention of the proximity to schools and/or other public places.

Noted.  The site plan provided for advertising purposes clearly identified all street names bounding the subject land, and written referral letters for the proposal were sent to all residential landowners on Tarpon Link and Captiva Approach directly adjacent to the development site.  There is no requirement for the advertising plans to identify the proximity to schools and/or other public places.

No modification required.                                  L

2.3

The location of the driveway is closest to Tarpon Link which will bring increased traffic turning off Lukin Drive increasing the chances of pedestrian accidents. 

 

The entry to the drive through is close to the entrance and queuing vehicles could block cars coming from the street entrance.

Noted. The design of the drive-through facility will allow for two vehicles to queue in each lane at any one time, meaning that up to four vehicles can be accommodated within the facility.  A traffic engineering review of the proposed drive-through addition estimates that 95% of the time less than 1 vehicle will be queuing within this area with a maximum demand of 1 vehicle per three minutes entering and exiting the drive-through.  The traffic engineering review was based on a single service lane operating at any one time, therefore, given the proposed drive-through is a dual lane facility, the likelihood of queuing vehicles blocking the car park entrance is low.

 

Notwithstanding this, Administration does consider that the installation of line marking in the car park to delineate a ‘keep clear zone’ to direct vehicles away from stopping within the main car park thoroughfare would be beneficial and has recommended a condition accordingly.

Condition to be included requiring installation of line marking to delineate a ‘keep clear zone’ within the main car park thoroughfare.

2.4

The location of the drive through exit is a concern as it has ACROD parking to its direct right and the main pedestrian crosswalk from Lukin Drive directly in front of it.  This encourages students from neighbouring schools to cross the car park and exit of the drive through, not only exposing them to advertising of alcohol but the dangers of cars exiting the drive through area.

Noted.  See response to 1.2 above.

No modification required.

2.5

The submitter quotes the following information:

" The Australian Guidelines Report notes that vulnerability of children and young people relates to: 

the level of influence of the external environment (physical and social) on current and future drinking attitudes, behaviors and related harms."

 

"That is, a child or young person does not have to be drinking to experience, or be susceptible to, alcohol-related harm. The environment and the activities of people in

the environment, play a significant role in shaping and impacting on young people and children."

 

EHA additional submission in support of City of Cockburn's submission for Review of the Liquor Control Act 1988

 

The proximity of schools to licensed premises means that larger numbers of children are exposed to the activity of licensed premises in the area, including the advertising activities of the venue. There are consistent media reports of concerns about the location of advertising hoardings promoting alcoholic products next to schools.

 

There is a strong argument that taverns and liquor stores should not be located adjacent to schools. Clearly the above mentioned “permitted grounds of objection”

against a liquor licence application appear to be established to address these issues.

 

For the reasons provided above the following position statement was adopted by the City of Cockburn:

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The City does not support applications for liquor licensed premises located within

view of, or close proximity to schools. A specific set back distance is not provided

because the location of the school and liquor licensed premises may be

disconnected.

 

EHA additional submission in support of City of Cockburn's submission for Review of the Liquor Control Act 1988

Noted.  See response to 1.1 above.

No modification required.

2.6

Submitter is of the view that if the Liquor Store didn’t exist or if it was not a drive through, the risk of harm to the most vulnerable (school children, elderly and disabled) would be greatly reduced.

Noted.  See response to 1.1 above.

No modification required.

2.7

Submitter questions whether residents of Tarpon Link have been notified that if the drive through addition goes ahead the business will be operating until 10pm every night and that there will be a significant increase in lighting around the premises as the applicant notes in their public interest assessment.

Noted.  The inclusion of a drive through addition to the approved Liquor Store will not increase operating hours past the hours which would be permitted by the Department of Racing Gaming and Liquor for a Liquor Store.  Please refer to response for 1.4 above.

 

The provision of lighting to the development will not change as a consequence of the addition of the drive through.

No modification required.

2.8

Submitter is concerned about the sale of Pegas Craftap been poured on-site from a keg into 1 and 2 litre containers.  This does not promote responsible drinking due to the limited lifespan of the product.

Noted.  See response to 1.1 above.  This comment does not relate to the proposed drive through addition.

No modification required.

2.9

Submitter would also like to bring your attention to the current application for a liquor licence open for public comment http://liquor.reports.rgl.wa.gov.au/liquor/appqry.php (15229).

 

"The current Public lnterest Assessment process allows for the manipulation of data by including more affluent suburbs in the catchment area and applicants

via consultants are able to manipulate data to support their application."

(Vic Andrich, President, Environmental Health Australia (WA). Submission for Review of the Liquor Control Act 1988 (24/02/2013))

 

I note that the suburb of Merriwa has been left out of the defined locality.

 

 

 

 

Noted.  The Public Interest Assessment (PIA) was submitted by the proponent to the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor (DRGL) in support of their application for a liquor license.  Any concerns relating to the content of the PIA should be addressed to DRGL.

No modification required.

2.10

In the consumer questionnaire provided by the applicant, a drive through was listed as 5th out of a possible 7 answers.  Throughout the PIA the applicants claim to be rotating branding and stock to provide new labels on a regular basis.  These new items will not get the exposure needed from the drive through but rather are targeted at their ‘walk-in’ consumers, also eliminating the need for a drive through facility.

Noted.  The application for the drive-through addition has been assessed on its planning merits.  The manner of how brands and stock are rotated is not a valid planning consideration.

No modification required.

3.

Submitter 3

BUTLER  WA  6036

3.1

Submitter is appalled that one of the Liquor Stores approved by Council has now applied for a drive through. 

 

With all the good work done to get children walking safely to school, children will be directed straight into the exiting traffic from this proposed drive through due to pedestrian crossing in the path of exiting traffic.  Submitter is of the view this is a safety concern.

Noted.  See responses to 1.1 and 1.2 above.

No modification required.

4.

Submitter 4

BUTLER WA 6036

4.1

Expresses disappointment that previous concerns regarding the conflict of educational and development values were acknowledged when the Liquor Store was approved.  Is disappointed that the owners are now applying for a drive through addition.

Noted. 

No modification required.

4.2

Concerned about proximity of pedestrian crossing to exit for drive through.

Noted.  See response to 1.2 above.

No modification required.

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The 2013 Review of Liquor Control Act stated that studies have shown that an increase in outlet liquor sales have been linked to higher rates of traffic accidents, road crashes, general injuries and drink driving or being a passenger of a drink driver.

Noted.  See response to 1.1 above.

No modification required.

4.4

From 2015, Irene McCormack (and in 2017 Butler College) will have an increasing number of 18 year old students who can legally purchase alcohol which will present serious challenges and unwanted work for school staff.  Submitter is of the view that the sale of liquor next to a school sends the message to students that it must be OK.

 

 

 

Noted.  See response to 1.1 above.  Laws in Western Australia permit the sale of, and consumption of alcohol by, persons aged 18 years and over.

No modification required.

5.

Submitter 5

BUTLER WA 6036

5.1

Concerned that the proposal will put children into a dangerous position due to the proximity of the crosswalk and drive through exit.

Noted.  See response to 1.2 above.

No modification required.

5.2

The 2013 Review of Liquor Control Act stated that studies have shown that an increase in outlet liquor sales have been linked to higher rates of traffic accidents, road crashes, general injuries and drink driving or being a passenger of a drink driver.

Noted.  See response to 1.1 above.

No modification required.

5.3

Opposed to the opening time of 8.00am and cannot understand why there is a need to sell alcohol at this time, especially when children are coming to school.

Noted.  See response to 1.4 above.

No modification required.

 


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CITY OF WANNEROO

PROPOSED DRIVE THROUGH ADDITION TO APPROVED LIQUOR STORE

2 CAPTIVA APPROACH, BUTLER (DA2014/1895)

(Second Round of Advertising closed 20 May 2015)

 

No.

Summary of Submission

Administration Comment

Recommended Modification

1.

Submitter 1

MERRIWA WA 6030

1.1

The proposal is not a safe option at the entrance of a carpark nor is it necessary in the area.

Noted.  The design of the drive-through facility will allow for two vehicles to queue in each lane at any one time, meaning that up to four vehicles can be accommodated within the facility.  A traffic engineering review of the proposed drive-through addition estimates that 95% of the time less than 1 vehicle will be queuing within this area with a maximum demand of 1 vehicle per three minutes entering and exiting the drive-through.  The traffic engineering review was based on a single service lane operating at any one time, therefore, given the proposed drive-through is a dual lane facility, the likelihood of queuing vehicles blocking the car park entrance is low.

 

Notwithstanding this, Administration does consider that the installation of line marking in the car park to delineate a ‘keep clear zone’ to direct vehicles away from stopping within the main car park thoroughfare would be beneficial and has recommended a condition accordingly.

No modification required.

2.

Submitter 2

(no suburb details provided)

2.1

The area already has a bad name which will not be improved by this proposal.  The submitter considers that we should be doing more to cut down on alcohol.

Noted.  The application has been assessed on its planning merits.

No modification required.

3.

Submitter 3

(no suburb details provided)

3.1

Does not agree with the drive through addition and considers that it is too close to schools and other shops.

Noted.  The subject land is zoned Commercial and identified as a local centre under the Butler-Jindalee District Structure Plan No. 39.  A local centre is intended to provide for the main daily and weekly household shopping and community needs and therefore a Liquor Store (with or without a drive through) is considered an appropriate use.

No modification required.

4.

Submitter 4

BUTLER WA 6036

4.1

There are already many delivery trucks between 7am and 9pm seven days per week and this proposal will only increase the numbers.  There are often three to four trucks attending the site at any one time – one reversing into the loading bay and the remainder parking in the carpark near the loading bay on Tarpon Link opposite residential houses.  Residents on Tarpon Link already experience conditions similar to an industrial area.

Noted.  The delivery trucks referred to by the submitter are associated with the approved supermarket on the subject lot.  Further delivery vehicles are expected once the approved Liquor Store commences operations.  The number of deliveries to the Liquor Store will not be changed as a consequence of the drive-through addition.

 

Delivery vehicles are required to comply with the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997.  If residents are experiencing issues with noise generated by delivery vehicles they are advised to contact the shopping centre owner and/or the City’s Environmental Health Officers.

No modification required.

4.2

The proposal will result in more traffic and congestion.  The entrance to the loading bay and drive through is one of only two entrances to the centre.  The centre is already well patronised and there is already an issue with service vehicles queuing on Tarpon Link waiting to enter to the centre.

Noted.  There is no evidence to suggest that the drive-through addition will attract more vehicles to the centre.  It will simply give customers a choice as to whether they park and walk in for service or use the drive-through addition.

 

It is estimated that the drive-through addition will largely operate without incident, however, there is the potential for queueing to occur for small periods of time during the peak afternoon period generally on a Friday afternoon.

 

The issue relating to queueing service vehicles is not related to the subject application. 

No modification required.

5.

Submitter 5 (Late Submission)

BUTLER  WA  6036

5.1

The proposal ignores congestion the addition will cause to the centre due to the location of the entrance and exit to the drive-through addition.

Noted.  See responses for 1.1 and 4.2 above. 

No modification required.

5.2

The centre has a steady stream of people using the child care centre, medical centre, 24 hour gym, restaurants and McDonalds.  Submitter questions why it needs a Liquor Store as well.  In addition there are also three schools nearby.  School children often frequent the centre to go to McDonalds and Subway, which is next door to the proposed Liquor Store.

Noted.  See response to 3.1 above.

No modification required.

 


 

PS05-07/15       Four Grouped Dwellings with Commercial Portions DA2015/489 at Lot 2 (8) Duncombe Grove, Quinns Rocks

File Ref:                                              DA2015/489 – 15/172008

Responsible Officer:                           Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       2         

 

Moved Cr Driver, Seconded Cr Hayden

That Council:-

1.       APPROVES the development application for the Four Grouped Dwellings with Commercial Portion at Lot 2 (8) Duncombe Grove, Quinns Rocks as shown in Attachment 2, pursuant to Clause 6.9.1 of the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2 and subject to compliance with the following conditions to the satisfaction of the Manager, Planning Implementation:-

a)   All stormwater shall be collected and retained on site.

b)   The driveways and crossovers shall be designed and constructed to the residential specifications before occupation of the dwellings.

c)   The Commercial portion, as shown on the approved plans, of Units 1 – 4 may be used for the following uses as defined in the City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No.2:

·   Grouped Dwelling

·   Hairdresser

·   Beauty Parlour

·   Consulting Room

·   Office

·   Corner Store

          A change of use from that outlined above will require the approval of the City. For the Commercial portion, no application is required for change between uses.

d)   A notification is to be placed on the certificates of title of the proposed lots advising of the potential of Commercial use of the units prior to occupation of the dwellings. 

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

f)    The applicant shall undertake adequate measures to minimise any impacts of dust and sand drift from the site.

g)   A storeroom is to be provided for each of the dwellings with a minimum area of 4m2 and minimum dimensions of 1m in accordance with the Residential Design Code requirement clause 5.4.5.

 

 

 

h)   Landscaping and reticulation shall be in accordance with the approved landscaping and reticulation plan (lodged to the City 17 June 2015) and completed prior to the occupation of the development and thereafter maintained.

Carried Unanimously


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PS06-07/15       Application for Child Care Centre at 1K Hinchinbrook Avenue, Ridgewood

File Ref:                                              DA2015/339 – 15/186452

Responsible Officer:                           Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       5         

 

Moved Cr Driver, Seconded Cr Hayden

That Council:-

1.       APPROVES the development application for the Child Care Centre at Lot 2472 (1K) Hinchinbrook Avenue, Ridgewood as shown in Attachment 2, pursuant to Clause 6.9.1(c) of District Planning Scheme No. 2 and subject to compliance with the following conditions to the satisfaction of the Manager, Planning Implementation:-

a)      This approval relates only to the proposed Child Care Centre as indicated on Attachment 2. It does not relate to any other development on the site.

b)      The use of the building is to be Child Care Centre as defined in the City of Wanneroo’s District Planning Scheme No. 2 as follows:

         “Child Care Centre: means premises used for the daily or occasional care of children in accordance with the Community Services (Child Care) Regulations 1988.”

c)      A change of use from that outlined above will require the approval of the City.

d)      A maximum of 82 children and 10 staff are permitted within the Child Care Centre premises at any one time.

e)      The hours of operation of the Child Care Centre are to be between the hours of 7:00am and 7:00pm on weekdays. No operations are permitted on weekends or public holidays.

f)       The parking areas, driveways and points of ingress and egress shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the Australian Standard for Offstreet Carparking (AS2890) as amended and the City of Wanneroo Technical Standards, and shall be drained, sealed and marked.

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

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

i)       Planting and installation shall be in accordance with the approved landscaping and reticulation plans.

j)       The applicant shall undertake adequate measures to minimise any impacts of dust and sand drift from the site to the satisfaction of the City.

k)      All refuse shall be stored within the designated bin store and shall be collected from the site by a private contractor at the cost of the applicant/owner.

2.       ADVISES the submitters of this decision.

Carried Unanimously


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PS07-07/15       Proposed Child Care Centre - Wyatt Grove Shopping Centre - 100 Gungurru Avenue, Hocking

File Ref:                                              DA2015/449 – 15/186002

Responsible Officer:                           Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       2         

 

Moved Cr Newton, Seconded Cr Driver

That Council:-

1.       APPROVES the development application for the Child Care Centre at Lot 20 (100) Gungurru Avenue, Hocking as shown in Attachment 2, pursuant to Clause 6.9.1(c) of District Planning Scheme No. 2 and subject to compliance with the following conditions to the satisfaction of the Manager, Planning Implementation:-

a)      This approval relates only to the proposed Child Care Centre and car parking areas as indicated on the attached site plan. It does not relate to any other development on the site.

b)      The use of the building is to be Child Care Centre as defined in the City of Wanneroo’s District Planning Scheme No. 2 as follows:

“Child Care Centre: means premises used for the daily or occasional care of children in accordance with the Community Services (Child Care) Regulations 1988.”

A change of use from that outlined above will require the approval of the City.

c)      A maximum of 62 children and 14 staff are permitted within the Child Care Centre premises at any one time.

d)      The hours of operation of the Child Care Centre are to be between the hours of 6:30am and 6:30pm on weekdays and shall not operate on weekends or public holidays.

e)      The granting of an easement in gross, in favour of the public at large prior to the development first being occupied over the area identified as carparking and vehicular accessways on the approved plan. All costs associated with the preparation of the easement shall be met by the landowner.

f)       The parking areas, driveways and points of ingress and egress shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the Australian Standard for Offstreet Carparking (AS2890) as amended and the City of Wanneroo Technical Standards, and shall be drained, sealed and marked.

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

h)      Detailed landscaping and reticulation plans, for the subject site shall be lodged for approval by the City within six (6) months from the date of this approval to the satisfaction of the Manager, Land Development. Planting and installation of landscaping and reticulation shall be provided in accordance with the approved landscaping and reticulation plans prior to occupancy of the development and thereafter maintained.

 

 

 

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

j)        The applicant shall undertake adequate measures to minimise any impacts of dust and sand drift from the site.

k)      All refuse shall be stored within the designated bin store and shall be collected from the site by a private contractor at the cost of the applicant/owner.

l)        No signage is approved as part of this development application. All signage shall accord with the City of Wanneroo's Signs Local Planning Policy. In the event that a variation to the Signs Local Planning Policy is proposed, a signage strategy for the development shall be submitted to the City in a separate development application for planning approval.

 

2.       ADVISES the submitter of this decision.

 

Procedural Motion

 

Moved Cr Cvitan, Seconded Cr Treby

 

That the item be referred back to Council to complete a safety audit on the laneway.

 

carried

13/1

 

For the motion:           Cr Aitken, Cr Cvitan, Cr Driver, Cr Hayden, Cr Hewer, Cr Nguyen, Cr Parker, Mayor Roberts, Cr Smithson, Cr Treby, Cr Truong, Cr Winton and Cr Zappa

 

Against the motion:   Cr Newton

 

 


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PS08-07/15       Application for Cattery at 41 Casuarina Way Wanneroo

File Ref:                                              DA2015/338 – 15/156909

Responsible Officer:                           Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       3         

 

Moved Cr Treby, Seconded Cr Hayden

That Council:-

1.       REFUSES the development application for the Cattery at Lot 151 (41) Casuarina Way, Wanneroo as the Cattery does not comply with Clause 2) of Special Rural Provision No. 3 in Schedule 13 of District Planning Scheme No. 2 as a Cattery is not a Residential or Horticultural purpose; and

2.       ADVISES the submitters of this decision.

 

Amendment

 

Moved Cr Newton, Seconded Cr Zappa

 

The recommendation be amended to insert a new recommendation 3, 4 and 5.

3.         Pursuant to Section 75 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, INITIATES Amendment No. 152 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 by amending Schedule 2 – Section 1 (Clause 3.20) Additional Uses to permit the land use ‘Cattery’ at Lot 151 (41) Casuarina Way, Wanneroo;

4.         Pursuant to Section 81 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, FORWARDS Amendment No. 152 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 to the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) for comment; and

5.         Subject to no objection being received from the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA), ADVERTISES Amendment No. 152 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 for public comment for a period of 42 days, pursuant to Regulation 25(2) of the Town Planning Regulations 1967.

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

Substantive Motion as Amended

That Council:-

1.       REFUSES the development application for the Cattery at Lot 151 (41) Casuarina Way, Wanneroo as the Cattery does not comply with Clause 2) of Special Rural Provision No. 3 in Schedule 13 of District Planning Scheme No. 2 as a Cattery is not a Residential or Horticultural purpose;

2.       ADVISES the submitters of this decision; and

3.       Pursuant to Section 75 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, INITIATES Amendment No. 152 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 by amending Schedule 2 – Section 1 (Clause 3.20) Additional Uses to permit the land use ‘Cattery’ at Lot 151 (41) Casuarina Way, Wanneroo;

4.       Pursuant to Section 81 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, FORWARDS Amendment No. 152 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 to the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) for comment; and

 

 

5.       Subject to no objection being received from the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA), ADVERTISES Amendment No. 152 to District Planning Scheme No. 2 for public comment for a period of 42 days, pursuant to Regulation 25(2) of the Town Planning Regulations 1967.

The substantive motion was put as amended and

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

Other Matters

PS09-07/15       Draft Perth and Peel @ 3.5 Million Strategy and Draft North-West Sub-regional Planning Framework

File Ref:                                              6607 – 15/180930

Responsible Officer:                           Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       11         

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Treby

That Council:-

1.       ENDORSE the proposed submissions to be made on the draft Perth-Peel Strategy and the draft North-West Sub-regional Planning Framework included as Attachment No 10 and Attachment No 11 respectively;

2.       In forwarding the above submissions to the Western Australian Planning Commission, ADVISES the Commission that:

a)      Council strongly supports the following proposals included in the draft Perth-Peel Strategy and the draft North-West Sub-regional Planning Framework:

          i)       the continued designation of the proposed Yanchep centre as a Strategic Metropolitan Centre, along with the employment projections for this centre which indicate substantial development of the centre occurring in the near future;

          ii)       the proposed extension of Tonkin Highway through the sub-region as the Whiteman to Yanchep Highway, subject to consideration being given to it being aligned to be more directly linked to the Yanchep Strategic metropolitan centre;

          iii)      the continued designation of the East Wanneroo area as an urban expansion area, and particularly its designation with a ‘short term’ development timeframe;

          iv)     the proposal for a potential additional major public transport corridor within the City, subject to this being aligned through the East Wanneroo urban area (rather than in the State Forest area to the east);

b)      With a view to more effectively achieving the objectives of the draft Strategy and Planning Framework, Council requests that further consideration be given to the following strategy and framework proposals:

         

 

 

          i)       the proposal to include only broad, high-level proposals for implementation. For the key objectives of the strategy to be met, particularly large-scale, high-quality, transit-oriented development, and adequate employment self-sufficiency levels in the outer sub-regions, a detailed, whole-of-government implementation strategy for infrastructure is required;

          ii)       the proposal to put the timing for extension of the northern suburbs railway line back from ‘before 2020’ (as proposed under the draft Public Transport Plan for Perth) to ‘post 2025’.  The ‘before 2020’ timing should be retained;

          iii)      the proposal for new job creation to continue to be focussed on the central areas of the region.  The target for the North-West Sub-region to attract 19% of the region’s new jobs needs to be increased to at least 23%, to at least match the proportion of the region’s population growth projected to occur in this sub-region;

          iv)     the proposal that the future hospital/health facility within the Yanchep strategic metropolitan centre only be for a future ambulance facility and satellite service linked to the Joondalup Health Campus.  A full major health campus should be provided at the centre;

c)      This City requests to be closely involved in the preparation of the final North-West Sub-regional Structure Plan.

 

Amendment

Moved Cr Winton, Seconded Mayor Roberts

That a new recommendation 2.d) be added and an additional row in the Table at Attachment 10 be inserted.

2. d) This City is concerned that while these draft strategic planning proposals are said to be informed by the work undertaken to-date on the Strategic Assessment of the Perth-Peel Region (SAPPR), it is unclear how the finalisation of these strategic planning proposals is going to be effectively integrated with the progression and finalisation of the SAPPR study, particularly given the intention to release the final strategic plans around the same time that the draft SAPPR proposals are released for public comment, and could presumably be potentially subject to substantial changes, depending on the submissions made on the draft.

 

Table at Attachment 10

 

15. Aboriginal Cultural Heritage

To not include any mention in the Key Principles or other parts of the documents that consider Aboriginal Cultural Heritage protection around significant sites or development to consider Aboriginal Cultural Heritage.

Recommendation

The Perth Peel and North West Sub Regional Planning Framework make reference to

Aboriginal Cultural Heritage protection.

 

 

 

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

 

 

 

 

Substantive Motion as amended

 

That Council:-

1.       ENDORSE the proposed submissions to be made on the draft Perth-Peel Strategy and the draft North-West Sub-regional Planning Framework included as Attachment No 10 and Attachment No 11 respectively;

2.       In forwarding the above submissions to the Western Australian Planning Commission, ADVISES the Commission that:

a)      Council strongly supports the following proposals included in the draft Perth-Peel Strategy and the draft North-West Sub-regional Planning Framework:

          i)       the continued designation of the proposed Yanchep centre as a Strategic Metropolitan Centre, along with the employment projections for this centre which indicate substantial development of the centre occurring in the near future;

          ii)      the proposed extension of Tonkin Highway through the sub-region as the Whiteman to Yanchep Highway, subject to consideration being given to it being aligned to be more directly linked to the Yanchep Strategic metropolitan centre;

          iii)     the continued designation of the East Wanneroo area as an urban expansion area, and particularly its designation with a ‘short term’ development timeframe;

          iv)     the proposal for a potential additional major public transport corridor within the City, subject to this being aligned through the East Wanneroo urban area (rather than in the State Forest area to the east);

b)      With a view to more effectively achieving the objectives of the draft Strategy and Planning Framework, Council requests that further consideration be given to the following strategy and framework proposals:

          i)       the proposal to include only broad, high-level proposals for implementation. For the key objectives of the strategy to be met, particularly large-scale, high-quality, transit-oriented development, and adequate employment self-sufficiency levels in the outer sub-regions, a detailed, whole-of-government implementation strategy for infrastructure is required;

          ii)      the proposal to put the timing for extension of the northern suburbs railway line back from ‘before 2020’ (as proposed under the draft Public Transport Plan for Perth) to ‘post 2025’.  The ‘before 2020’ timing should be retained;

          iii)     the proposal for new job creation to continue to be focussed on the central areas of the region.  The target for the North-West Sub-region to attract 19% of the region’s new jobs needs to be increased to at least 23%, to at least match the proportion of the region’s population growth projected to occur in this sub-region;

          iv)     the proposal that the future hospital/health facility within the Yanchep strategic metropolitan centre only be for a future ambulance facility and satellite service linked to the Joondalup Health Campus.  A full major health campus should be provided at the centre;

c)      This City requests to be closely involved in the preparation of the final North-West Sub-regional Structure Plan.

 

 

d)      This City is concerned that while these draft strategic planning proposals are said to be informed by the work undertaken to-date on the Strategic Assessment of the Perth-Peel Region (SAPPR), it is unclear how the finalisation of these strategic planning proposals is going to be effectively integrated with the progression and finalisation of the SAPPR study, particularly given the intention to release the final strategic plans around the same time that the draft SAPPR proposals are released for public comment, and could presumably be potentially subject to substantial changes, depending on the submissions made on the draft.

The substantive motion was put as amended and

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY


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15. Aboriginal Cultural Heritage

To not include any mention in the Key Principles or other parts of the documents that consider Aboriginal Cultural Heritage protection around significant sites or development to consider Aboriginal Cultural Heritage.

Recommendation

The Perth Peel and North West Sub Regional Planning Framework make reference to Aboriginal Cultural Heritage protection.

 

 

 

 
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Cr Treby left the meeting at 8.23pm.

 

PS10-07/15       PT01-05/15 Request to construct a coastal Dual Use Pathway between Burns Beach and Mindarie

File Ref:                                              5523 – 15/175158

Responsible Officer:                           Director Planning and Sustainability

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       1         

 

Moved Mayor Roberts, Seconded Cr Winton

That Council:-

1.       AUTHORISES the Mayor to write to the Minister for Planning and the Minister for Environment seeking a commitment to construct a coastal Dual Use Pathway from Burns Beach to Mindarie on completion of the Burns Beach Estate;

2.       SEEKS the support of the City of Joondalup for this proposal; and

3.       ADVISES the petition organisers of Council’s decision.

 

Carried Unanimously

 


 

 

Infrastructure

Asset Management

IN01-07/15         Metropolitan Regional Roads Program - 2016/2017

File Ref:                                              6923 – 15/175289

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       Nil         

 

Moved Cr Cvitan, Seconded Cr Driver

That Council ENDORSES the submission of the following projects to Main Roads WA for grant funding consideration as part of the 2016/2017 Metropolitan Regional Road Program: -

 

Road Improvement Projects:-

YEAR

ROAD

SECTION OF PROPOSED DUAL CARRIAGEWAY

ESTIMATED PROJECT COST

2016/2017

Hartman Drive, Darch/Madeley

Hepburn Avenue to Gnangara Road

$4.5M

2016/2017

Marmion Avenue

Hughie Edwards Drive to Butler Boulevard

$5.0M

2016/2017

Marmion Avenue

Jindalee Boulevard/ Kingsbridge Boulevard Intersection

$0.7M

2016/2017

Marmion Avenue

Lukin Drive Intersection

$0.55M

2016/2017

Mirrabooka Avenue

Gnangara Road to Hepburn Avenue

$5.5M

Road Rehabilitation Projects:-

ITEM

ROAD

LOCALITY

SECTION

WORKS

ESTIMATED PROJECT COST

1

Buckingham Drive

Wangara

Dobbins Street to Arrigo Way (full width)

Asphalt Reseal

$419,026

2

Marangaroo Drive (East Bound)

Marangaroo

Wanneroo Road to Templeton Crescent (full width)

Asphalt Reseal

$380,590

3

Marangaroo Drive (West Bound)

Marangaroo

Templeton Crescent to Wanneroo Road (full width)

Asphalt Reseal

$405,549

4

Marmion Avenue (North Bound)

Tamala Park

300m north of Tamala Park to Anchorage Drive (full width)

Asphalt Reseal

$281,404

5

Yanchep Beach Road (West Bound)

Yanchep

350m west of Wanneroo Road – 120m long section (full width)

Asphalt Reseal

$55,268

 

 

Carried Unanimously

Infrastructure Maintenance

Cr Cvitan left the meeting at 8.27pm

 

IN02-07/15         Two Rocks Coastal Management

File Ref:                                              1702 – 15/116162

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       1         

 

Moved Cr Winton, Seconded Cr Aitken

That Council:-

1.       RECEIVES the M P Rogers and Associates study report titled "Two Rock Coastal Management" dated March 2015;

2.       REQUESTS the State Government to undertake a detailed design and implement the recommended coastal management option, comprising the staged construction of groynes as a priority;

3.       WRITES to the developers in the surrounding areas advising them of the outcomes of the MRA study and the City’s preferred approach to coastal management at Two Rocks; and

4.       NOTES that Administration will continue to undertake ongoing photographic beach monitoring on a quarterly basis and following major storm events, and six monthly beach surveys to capture seasonal and long term changes.

 

Carried Unanimously

 

IN03-07/15         Quinns Beach Long Term Coastal Management Study - Coastal Processes Assessment (Stage 1)

File Ref:                                              16989 – 15/204975

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       2         

 

Moved Cr Winton, Seconded Cr Driver

That Council:-

1.       RECEIVES the Quinns Beach Long Term Coastal Management Stage 1 Report titled "Coastal Processes and Preliminary Options Assessment Report" dated June 2015; and

 

 

2.       NOTES that Stage 2 (Coastal Management Options Assessment) of the Quinns Beach Long Term Coastal Management Study is progressing and will be presented to Council upon completion in October 2015.

 

Carried Unanimously

Infrastructure Projects

IN04-07/15         Spence Road Closure at Old Yanchep Road, Neerabup

File Ref:                                              10654 – 15/201504

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       1         

 

Moved Cr Aitken, Seconded Cr Hewer

That Council:-

1.       In accordance with Section 3.50 of the Local Government Act 1995, as amended, ENDORSES the proposal to permanently close Spence Road at its junction with Old Yanchep Road as shown at Attachment 1; and

2.       advises the residents of Spence Road of Council`s decision.

 

Carried Unanimously


CITY OF WANNEROO Minutes OF Ordinary Council Meeting 21 July, 2015                                                            99

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Traffic Management

Cr Cvitan returned to the meeting at 8.30pm.

 

IN05-07/15         PT01-02/15  Request Traffic Treatments, Upgrades of Road Surfaces and Footpaths, Landsdale Road, Landsdale

File Ref:                                              8697 – 15/112854

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       2         

 

Moved Cr Hayden, Seconded Cr Winton

That Council:-

1.       DOES NOT SUPPORT, at this stage, the installation of traffic treatments along Landsdale Road between Mirrabooka Avenue and Alexander Drive, Landsdale noting that Administration has notified WA Police of speeding concerns along this section of Landsdale Road;

2.       LISTS for consideration and prioritisation in the future 20 Year Pathways and Trails Capital Works Program for the construction of the unconstructed sections of pathway along the north side of Landsdale Road;

3.       LISTS for consideration and prioritisation in the future 20 Year Road Resurfacing Capital Works Program, the resurfacing of the remaining road sections in Landsdale Road yet to be upgraded at the eastern end of Landsdale Road; and

4.       ADVISES the petition organiser of Council’s decision.

 

Amendment

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Nguyen

 

To add a new recommendation 4 to request a change to speed limits and to renumber accordingly.

 

4.       REQUEST  Main Roads W.A. to reduce the speed limits along Landsdale Road to 50km’s per hour.

 

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

Substantive Motion as Amended

 

That Council:-

1.       DOES NOT SUPPORT, at this stage, the installation of traffic treatments along Landsdale Road between Mirrabooka Avenue and Alexander Drive, Landsdale noting that Administration has notified WA Police of speeding concerns along this section of Landsdale Road;

2.       LISTS for consideration and prioritisation in the future 20 Year Pathways and Trails Capital Works Program for the construction of the unconstructed sections of pathway along the north side of Landsdale Road;

 

 

3.       LISTS for consideration and prioritisation in the future 20 Year Road Resurfacing Capital Works Program, the resurfacing of the remaining road sections in Landsdale Road yet to be upgraded at the eastern end of Landsdale Road;

4.       REQUEST  Main Roads W.A. to reduce the speed limit along Landsdale Road to 50km’s per hour; and

5.       ADVISES the petition organiser of Council’s decision.

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

IN06-07/15         Parking Prohibitions - The Broadview between Southmead Drive and Playford Mews, Landsdale

File Ref:                                              5597 – 15/155881

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       4         

 

Moved Cr Hayden, Seconded Cr Nguyen

That Council:-

1.       APPROVES the installation of “NO STANDING ROAD OR NATURE STRIP – SCHOOL TIMES” (R5-36) signs along the eastern side of The Broadview between Southmead Drive and Playford Mews as shown in City of Wanneroo Drawing No 3131-1-0 (Attachment 3 refers);

2.       APPROVES the installation of “BUS ZONE” (R5-20) signs along the eastern side of The Broadview between Southmead Drive and Playford Mews as shown in City of Wanneroo Drawing No 3131-1-0 (Attachment 3 refers); and

3.       Advises the Chairman of St Helen’s Grove Private Estate Residents Group, the Principal of Landsdale Primary School and the Landsdale Primary School P and C of Council’s decision.

Carried Unanimously


CITY OF WANNEROO Minutes OF Ordinary Council Meeting 21 July, 2015                                                          102

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IN07-07/15         Mercy College, Koondoola - Traffic Flow and Road Safety Improvement Works

File Ref:                                              2129 – 15/104644

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       3         

 

Moved Cr Hayden, Seconded Cr Nguyen

That Council:-

1.       ENDORSES the proposed traffic improvement concept plan for Mirrabooka Avenue between Beach Road and Chataway Road as shown in the City’s Drawing No. 3074-1-0 (Attachment 2 refers) for the purpose of community consultation with Mercy College, Public Transport Authority, Main Roads WA and residents of Golders Way and Mirrabooka Avenue between Beach Road and Chataway Road; and

2.       NOTES that a report will be presented to Council on the outcomes of the community consultation process.

 

Carried Unanimously


CITY OF WANNEROO Minutes OF Ordinary Council Meeting 21 July, 2015                                                          104

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IN08-07/15         Parking Prohibitions Review - Ocean Keys Shopping Centre, Clarkson

File Ref:                                              5597 – 15/143973

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       3         

 

Moved Cr Hayden, Seconded Cr Nguyen

That Council:-

1.       APPROVES the installation of "MAIL ZONE” (R5-26) signs on the southern side of Ocean Keys Boulevard, as shown on City of Wanneroo Drawing No 2141-2-3. (Attachment 3 refers).

2.       APPROVES the installation of "TAXI ZONE” (R5-21) signs on the southern side of Ocean Keys Boulevard, as shown on City of Wanneroo Drawing No 2141-2-3. (Attachment 3 refers).

3.       APPROVES the installation of "1P 9AM - 5PM MON - SAT” (R5-1) signs along the southern side of Ocean Keys Boulevard, as shown on City of Wanneroo Drawing No 2141-2-3. (Attachment 3 refers).

4.       APPROVES the installation of "3P 9AM - 5PM MON - SAT” (R5-3) signs on the western side of Key Largo Drive, as shown on City of Wanneroo Drawing No 2141-2-3. (Attachment 3 refers).

5.       APPROVES the removal of "1P 9AM - 5PM MON - SAT” (R5-1) signs along the southern side of Ocean Keys Boulevard, as shown on City of Wanneroo Drawing No 2141-2-3. (Attachment 3 refers).

6.       Advises Ocean Keys Shopping Centre of Council's decision.

Carried Unanimously


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IN09-07/15         Aldersea Circle, Clarkson Traffic Treatments - Community Consultation

File Ref:                                              3120V03 – 15/216110

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       11         

 

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       SUPPORTS the continued use of speed cushions as an effective traffic treatment in Aldersea Circle;

2.       REQUESTS Administration to collect further traffic data in Aldersea Circle over the next 24 month period, undertake a review of the long term effects of speed cushions on vehicle speeds and report back to Council by December 2017;

3.       ADVISES the survey respondents of Council’s decision.

LAPSED FOR WANT OF A MOVER

 

Alternative Motion

 

Moved Cr Winton, Seconded Cr Smithson

 

That Council:-

 

1.         REQUEST administration to complete a review of Traffic Management Investigation and Implementation Policy and report back to Council by November 2015;

 

2.         NOTES that the matters contained in this report to be reconsidered by Council once the reviewed Traffic Management Investigation and Implementation Policy is adopted by Council; and

 

3.         ADVISES the survey respondents of Council’s decision.

 

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

Reason for Alternative Motion

 

Council’s previous resolution in this regard included a request for the policy to be reviewed by Council by April. I believe the intent was that Council could consider the reviewed policy in relation to the matters addressed in this report.

 


 

 

IN10-07/15         City of Wanneroo Road Safety Strategic Action Plan 2015- 2018

File Ref:                                              1446V03 – 15/203046

Responsible Officer:                           A/Director Infrastructure

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       2         

 

Moved Cr Hewer, Seconded Cr Cvitan

That Council ENDORSES the City of Wanneroo RoadWise Working Group Strategic Action Plan for 2015 - 2018 as outlined in Attachment 1.

 

Carried Unanimously


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Community Development

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Corporate Strategy & Performance

Finance

CS01-07/15       Warrant of Payments for the Period to 30 June 2015

File Ref:                                              1859 – 15/215218

Responsible Officer:                           Director Corporate Strategy and Performance

Disclosure of Interest:                         Nil

Attachments:                                       Nil       

 

Moved Cr Zappa, Seconded Cr Parker

That Council RECEIVES the list of payments drawn for the month of June 2015, as summarised below:-

 

Funds

Vouchers

Amount

Director Corporate Services Advance A/C

Accounts Paid – June 2015

   Cheque Numbers

   EFT Document Numbers

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

Less Cancelled Cheques

Town Planning Scheme

RECOUP FROM MUNICIPAL FUND

 

 

102436 - 102751

2255 - 2281

 

 

$1,283,605.91

$15,234,781.76

$16,518,387.67

 

($28,309.99)

($57,127.37)

$16,432,950.31

Municipal Fund – Bank A/C

Accounts Paid – June 2015

Recoup

Direct Payments

Payroll – Direct Debits

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

 

 

$16,432,950.31

$78,731.81

$3,242,762.06

$19,754,444.18

Town Planning Scheme

Accounts Paid – June 2015

                           Cell 4

                           Cell 5

                           Cell 8

TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAID

 

 

 

 

$20,482.82

$16,148.78

$20,495.77

$57,127.37

 

 

WARRANT OF PAYMENTS JUNE 2015

 

 

 

 

PAYMENT

DATE

DESCRIPTION

AMOUNT

00102436

03/06/2015

Grant Wilson McOuat 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102437

03/06/2015

Sharon Tisdall 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102438

03/06/2015

Craig Creswell 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102439

03/06/2015

Deborah Ly 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102440

03/06/2015

Chetna Chohan 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102441

03/06/2015

John Jonas 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102442

03/06/2015

Christian Power of Pentecost Church 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102443

03/06/2015

Jacinta Puca 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102444

03/06/2015

Corey Chalmers 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102445

03/06/2015

Susan Blake 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102446

03/06/2015

Samantha Downs 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102447

03/06/2015

Susan Hoy 

$12.00

 

 

Sale Of Consignment Items - Card And Paper Leaf

 

00102448

03/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102449

03/06/2015

S V Northon & G L Allen 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102450

03/06/2015

O Cantekin 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102451

03/06/2015

S & E Koch 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102452

03/06/2015

Warren Endres 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102453

03/06/2015

R Menassa & M Beshay 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102454

03/06/2015

Daphne McPartland 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102455

03/06/2015

Andrew Newton 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102456

03/06/2015

Rates Refund

$1,638.65

00102457

03/06/2015

Spintel 

$250.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102458

03/06/2015

Autism Association of WA 

$50.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102459

03/06/2015

H Zuromskis 

$21.25

 

 

  Dog Registration Refund - Sterilised

 

00102460

03/06/2015

Rates Refund

$2,037.29

00102461

03/06/2015

Rates Refund

$448.85

00102462

03/06/2015

Helen Robins 

$220.00

 

 

Purchase Of Art Work From 2015 Art Award Entries - Sculpture

 

00102463

03/06/2015

Robyn Parkman 

$448.00

 

 

Purchase Of Art Work From 2015 Art Award Entries - Sculpture

 

00102464

03/06/2015

Elizabeth Marruffo 

$1,360.00

 

 

Purchase Of Art Work From 2015 Art Award Entries – Work On Paper - Love Spells For A Thief

 

00102465

03/06/2015

Carly Le Cerf 

$640.00

 

 

Purchase Of Art Work From 2015 Art Award Entries - Painting Glide -

 

00102466

03/06/2015

Johanna George 

$600.00

 

 

Purchase Of Art Work From 2015 Art Award Entries - Painting - Thasos

 

00102467

03/06/2015

Parkpoom Ruang 

$960.00

 

 

Purchase Of Art Work From 2015 Art Award Entries - Painting - Before The Moonlight

 

00102468

03/06/2015

Redimed Pty Ltd 

$42.50

 

 

Refund - Received Approval For 15 Pool Classes But Accidentally Paid 20

 

00102469

03/06/2015

Rates Refund

$86.10

00102470

03/06/2015

Rates Refund

$18.37

00102471

03/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102472

03/06/2015

Department Of Housing 

$300.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102473

03/06/2015

Padbury Pumas Junior Basketball Club 

$3,402.00

 

 

  Hire Fee Refund

 

00102474

03/06/2015

J A Cooper 

$73.00

 

 

Refund - Home Business Planning Request Fee - Not Required

 

00102475

03/06/2015

BM & GA Stokes 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102476

03/06/2015

Gemma Spencer 

$100.00

 

 

  Dog Registration Refund - No Fee Required

 

00102477

03/06/2015

Joanne Chapman 

$30.00

 

 

  Dog Registration Refund - Sterilised

 

00102478

03/06/2015

Craig Adamson 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102479

03/06/2015

Kelsey Hilton 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102480

03/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102481

03/06/2015

Acts Christian Church 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102482

03/06/2015

Sarah Firth 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102483

03/06/2015

Jason Chard 

$810.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102484

03/06/2015

Mr Aiden Walton 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102485

03/06/2015

The Badminton Association of WA 

$550.00

 

 

Community Funding - Venue Hire Of Kingsway Indoor Stadium For The Kingsway Tournament From 28.02.2015 - 01.03.2015

 

00102486

03/06/2015

Sotheary Men 

$14.70

 

 

Refund - Term 1 2015 Swimming Lessons Credits Due To Not Enrolling

 

00102487

03/06/2015

Annaliza Villarroya 

$161.70

 

 

Refund – Term 2 2015 Swimming Lessons Due To School Tutor Clashes

 

00102488

03/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102489

03/06/2015

Residential Building WA 

$532.40

 

 

Development Application Refund - Not Required Single House

 

00102490

03/06/2015

Joondalup Track Club 

$48.00

 

 

  Hire Fee Refund

 

00102491

03/06/2015

Activ Foundation Incorporated 

$24.75

 

 

  Refund For Cancelled Booking

 

00102492

03/06/2015

Elderbloom Community Care Centres

$50,000.00

 

 

  Bond Refund - Drainage Works

 

00102493

03/06/2015

Century 21 Gold Key Realty

$300.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102494

03/06/2015

City of Wanneroo 

$720.00

 

 

Cash Advance - NGA Trip 14 - 17.06.2015 Mayor Roberts

 

 

 

Cash Advance - Wildlife Museum / Taxidermy In Guildford Social Support Outing 10.06.2015 & 24.06.2015 - Programs

 

00102495

03/06/2015

Alinta Gas 

$1,043.40

 

 

  3 X Financial Assistance $724.40

 

 

 

  Gas Supplies For The City

 

00102496

03/06/2015

Fines Enforcement Registry 

$2,283.40

 

 

Lodgement Of 49 Infringements Notices - Ranger Services

 

00102497

03/06/2015

Girrawheen Library Petty Cash 

$45.60

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102498

03/06/2015

Museum Petty Cash 

$38.22

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102499

03/06/2015

Honeywell Secondhand Shop 

$290.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102500

03/06/2015

The Heights Community Club Petty Cash 

$188.30

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102501

03/06/2015

Wanneroo Library Petty Cash 

$71.35

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102502

03/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102503

03/06/2015

Water Corporation 

$8,003.02

 

 

  Water Charges For The City

 

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance $251.55

 

00102504

03/06/2015

Synergy 

$3,956.65

 

 

  Power Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  2 X Financial Assistance $365.85

 

00102505

03/06/2015

Telstra 

$827.11

 

 

  Phone Charges For The City - IT

 

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance $200.00

 

00102506

03/06/2015

Western Power 

$858.00

 

 

Realignment Of Street Lighting - Flynn Drive - Projects

 

00102507

03/06/2015

Water Corporation 

$782.10

 

 

Neerabup Industrial Area Sew Lot Section 70A Notice Preparation - Projects

 

00102508

03/06/2015

Funded Services Petty Cash 

$250.00

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102509

03/06/2015

Academy of Taxidermy 

$150.00

 

 

Social Support Outing Introduction - Educational Talk On Taxidermy 10.06.2015 & 24.06.2015 - Programs

 

00102510

03/06/2015

Inspired Panel & Paint 

$1,000.00

 

 

Motor Vehicle Excess Payment - Risk Management

 

00102511

03/06/2015

Intermedia Group Pty Ltd 

$78.30

 

 

Subscription - Australian Ageing Agenda - E Guerin - Funded Services

 

00102512

03/06/2015

Landsdale Forum Drycleaners 

$197.00

 

 

  Drycleaning - Community Safety

 

00102513

09/06/2015

Rates Refund

$1,696.55

00102514

09/06/2015

Rates Refund

$28.50

00102515

09/06/2015

Rates Refund

$450.63

00102516

09/06/2015

Rates Refund

$420.00

00102517

09/06/2015

Rates Refund

$3,801.58

00102518

09/06/2015

Department Of Housing 

$49,500.00

 

 

Bond Refund - Lot 1 Yanchep Beach Road Stage 14

 

00102519

09/06/2015

Vicki Criddle 

$15.00

 

 

Refund - Cartooning & Caricature Workshop - Programs

 

00102520

09/06/2015

Adele Haskett 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102521

09/06/2015

Uniting Care West 

$275.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102522

09/06/2015

Foundation Housing 

$150.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102523

09/06/2015

Tonia & Craig Brigham 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102524

09/06/2015

Plunkett Homes Pty Ltd 

$872.73

 

 

Lot Approved For Display Home - DA2014/543 41 Vetter Road, Clarkson

 

00102525

09/06/2015

Classic Home & Garage Innovations Pty Ltd 

$147.00

 

 

Refund - Development Application - Not Required

 

00102526

09/06/2015

B Borges Nunes 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102527

09/06/2015

Sandrine Flores 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102528

09/06/2015

Chloe Trenfield 

$42.50

 

 

  Dog Registration Refund - Sterilised

 

00102529

09/06/2015

Scouts WA 

$1,500.00

 

 

Sponsorship For The Participation Of 3 X Members To Attend The Manila Ticket To Life Project Held In Manila Philippines 15 - 24.05.2015

 

00102530

09/06/2015

Mrs S Attrill 

$3,000.00

 

 

Bond Refund For Event Held At Kingsway Indoor Stadium On 16 - 17.05.2015

 

00102531

09/06/2015

Dale Alcock Homes 

$1,289.38

 

 

Donation - Building License Fees For 2015 HIA Charitable Foundation Home - Lot 1022 Celeste Street Eglinton

 

00102532

09/06/2015

Wanneroo Joondalup RSL Sub Branch 

$4,000.00

 

 

Community Funding Program - Anzac Day Event March 2015

 

00102533

09/06/2015

GOW Property 

$130.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102534

09/06/2015

Urban Real Estate 

$350.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102535

09/06/2015

REALmark 

$400.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102536

09/06/2015

Rates Refund

$1,103.86

00102537

09/06/2015

Ockerby Real Estate 

$345.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102538

09/06/2015

Aquamotion Office Petty Cash 

$229.30

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102539

09/06/2015

Girrawheen Library Petty Cash 

$67.00

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102540

09/06/2015

Facility Officer WLCC Petty Cash 

$40.75

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102541

09/06/2015

Water Corporation 

$8.13

 

 

  Water Supplies For The City

 

00102542

09/06/2015

Synergy 

$16,436.40

 

 

  Power Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance $80.00

 

00102543

09/06/2015

Telstra 

$9,747.11

 

 

Relocation Of Telstra Asset 3 Lagoon Drive - Projects

 

00102544

09/06/2015

HR Publications Pty Ltd 

$111.73

 

 

Webinar/Book - Optimise Your Reward & Think One Team - HR

 

00102545

11/06/2015

Cr F Cvitan 

$2,575.00

 

 

  Monthly Allowance

 

00102546

11/06/2015

Cr D M Newton 

$4,315.62

 

 

  Monthly Allowance

 

00102547

16/06/2015

Aimee Webber 

$50.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102548

16/06/2015

Rates Refund

$950.00

00102549

16/06/2015

Vishnukumar Prajapati 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102550

16/06/2015

Doru Bucur 

$787.50

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102551

16/06/2015

Aimee Webber 

$520.00

 

 

  Bond Refund

 

00102552

16/06/2015

CM & DM Newman 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102553

16/06/2015

Peter Wilson 

$250.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102554

16/06/2015

Aimee Webber 

$20.00

 

 

  Hire Fee Refund

 

00102555

16/06/2015

Essential First Choice Homes Pty Ltd 

$886.02

 

 

Refund For Codes Variation Fee - Not Required

 

00102556

16/06/2015

Harcourts

$450.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102557

16/06/2015

B1 Homes

$1,392.00

 

 

Refund - Building Application - Overpayment

 

00102558

16/06/2015

Mr Gregory Dell'Era 

$69.00

 

 

  Refund - Development Application

 

00102559

16/06/2015

Michael Franceschini 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102560

16/06/2015

RS Brown 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102561

16/06/2015

Bethel Worku 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102562

16/06/2015

Rates Refund

$1,177.95

00102563

16/06/2015

Nadine Robynne 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102564

16/06/2015

Nadine Robynne 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102565

16/06/2015

Vespoli Constructions 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102566

16/06/2015

Vespoli Constructions 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102567

16/06/2015

Rates Refund

$424.76

00102568

16/06/2015

George Flynn 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102569

16/06/2015

Dean Cadwallader 

$42.50

 

 

  Dog Registration Refund - Sterilised

 

00102570

16/06/2015

Two Rocks Independent Public Primary School

$1,500.00

 

 

General Services - Drumbeat Mega Reward For Students 23.06.2015

 

00102571

16/06/2015

Susan Ann Butler 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102572

16/06/2015

Tanya Bell 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102573

16/06/2015

M & K Kansara 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102574

16/06/2015

Jacinta Puca 

$91.50

 

 

  Hire Fee Refund

 

00102575

16/06/2015

Bernard Tampubolon 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102576

16/06/2015

Graham Russell 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102577

16/06/2015

En Hui Chee 

$360.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102578

16/06/2015

The Good Guys 

$437.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102579

16/06/2015

Removal Man 

$377.40

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102580

16/06/2015

Dale Alcock Homes 

$947.42

 

 

Refund - Application Withdrawn To Be Submitted At A Later Date As Part Of A Larger Application

 

00102581

16/06/2015

Jack Kjellgren 

$50.00

 

 

Dog Registration Refund - Paid For Lifetime And Dog Been Declared Dangerous Only Valid For One Year

 

00102582

16/06/2015

Rates Refund

$353.68

00102583

16/06/2015

Rates Refund

$205.34

00102584

16/06/2015

Rates Refund

$12.57

00102585

16/06/2015

Indoor Sports WA 

$200.00

 

 

Sponsorship To Support 1 Member To Attend The Australian Junior Indoor Cricket Championships Held In Morphett Vale SA 06 - 12.07.2014

 

00102586

16/06/2015

Rates Refund

$70.00

00102587

16/06/2015

Australian Breastfeeding Association 

$123.72

 

 

  Refund Hire Fees

 

00102588

16/06/2015

Australian Breastfeeding Association 

$82.48

 

 

  Refund Hire Fees

 

00102589

16/06/2015

101 Residential 

$800.00

 

 

Reimbursement - Development Application Fees - Not Required

 

00102590

16/06/2015

Ridgewood Little Athletics Centre 

$150.00

 

 

Sponsorship For 2 Members At The Australian Little Athletics Championships Perth 26.04.2015

 

00102591

16/06/2015

Indoor Netball Federation Of Australia 

$75.00

 

 

Sponsorship For 1 Member At The Junior World Series 2015 To Be Held In Perth On The 12.06.2015

 

00102592

16/06/2015

Gymnastics WA 

$400.00

 

 

Sponsorship For 2 Members At The Australian Gymnastics Championships Held In Melbourne Victoria 18 - 30.05.2015

 

00102593

16/06/2015

Peter Wilson 

$250.00

 

 

  Vehicle Crossing Subsidy

 

00102594

16/06/2015

Mario Casella & Son Builders Pty Ltd 

$1,905.60

 

 

Reimbursement Of Development Application Fees - Withdrawn By Applicant

 

00102595

16/06/2015

Rates Refund

$1,858.21

00102596

16/06/2015

Alinta Gas 

$86.10

 

 

  Gas Supplies For The City

 

00102597

16/06/2015

Building & Construction Industry 

$129,545.96

 

 

Collection Levy Payments May 2015 - Finance

 

00102598

16/06/2015

Girrawheen Library Petty Cash 

$69.35

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102599

16/06/2015

Quinns Rocks Adult Day Care Petty Cash 

$208.20

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102600

16/06/2015

The Heights Community Club Petty Cash 

$513.00

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102601

16/06/2015

Wanneroo Library Petty Cash 

$118.10

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102602

16/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102603

16/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102604

16/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102605

16/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102606

16/06/2015

Synergy 

$157,951.95

 

 

  Power Supplies For The City

 

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance $300.00

 

00102607

16/06/2015

Telstra 

$13,410.45

 

 

  Mobile Phone Charges For The City

 

00102608

16/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102609

16/06/2015

Wanneroo Adult Day Centre Petty Cash 

$75.15

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102610

16/06/2015

Insurance Advisernet Australia Pty Ltd

$849.20

 

 

Liability Insurance 01.08.2015 - 01.08.2016

 

00102611

16/06/2015

ELGAS 

$110.00

 

 

  1 X Financial Assistance

 

00102612

16/06/2015

Harvey Norman AV/TI Superstore 

$197.00

 

 

  Microwave - CEO's Office

 

00102613

16/06/2015

Logiudice Property Group 

$780.80

 

 

Quarterly Admin Fund Levy Lot 7 - Property

 

00102614

16/06/2015

SAI Global Ltd 

$3,929.41

 

 

Annual Registration For Building Maintenance - 04.06.2015 - 04.06.2016

 

 

 

National Construction Codes - Regulatory Services

 

00102615

16/06/2015

North Metropolitan Health Services 

$70.00

 

 

Training - Working With Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Young People - D Richards

 

00102616

16/06/2015

West Australian Local Government 

$1,050.00

 

 

Seminar - Perils Of Hoarding & How To Deal With It - Attendees P Ellerby, S Norris, C Flemming, D Dwyer, V Stumpers & K Bikaun - Health Services

 

00102617

16/06/2015

The Good Guys 

$168.00

 

 

Vacuum Cleaner - Library Services

 

00102618

16/06/2015

Masters Home & Hardware 

$1,679.00

 

 

Simpson Washing Machine, Alliber Futura Table Graphite X 2 & Allibert Ibiza Chairs X 18 For Alexander Heights Community House - Programs

 

00102619

16/06/2015

Clarkson Library Petty Cash 

$64.70

 

 

  Petty Cash

 

00102620

16/06/2015

Rates Refund

$540.00

00102621

16/06/2015

Cancelled

 

00102622

19/06/2015

Cicerello's 

$559.00

 

 

Seniors Lunch For Gold Program - Community Links

 

00102623

19/06/2015

Super A-Mart Pty Ltd 

$563.90

 

 

Sofa, Coffee Table And Ottoman - Community Links

 

00102624

19/06/2015

Fantastic Furniture 

$255.00

 

 

  Table & Chair For Community Links

 

00102625

25/06/2015

Repco Auto Parts 

$175.45

 

 

  Wiper Blades - Stores

 

00102626

25/06/2015

SAI Global Ltd 

$1,846.43

 

 

BCA Set 2015 & Guide Volume 1 - Regulatory Services

 

00102627

25/06/2015

Sanny Ang 

$140.00

 

 

Origami Workshop At Wanneroo Museum 22.05.2015 - Capacity Building

 

00102628

25/06/2015

State Library of WA 

$3,672.90

 

 

Lost/Damaged Book Charges - Library Services

 

00102629

25/06/2015

The Good Guys 

$1,635.00

 

 

65 Inch TV - Wanneroo Bush Fire Brigade

 

00102630

25/06/2015

Canon Australia Pty Ltd 

$3,841.16

 

 

  Board Kit For Scanner - IT

 

00102631

25/06/2015

Repco Auto Parts & Accessories 

$128.70

 

 

  Plastic Seat Covers - Fleet

 

00102632

25/06/2015

Rexel Electrical Supplies Pty Ltd 

$115.50

 

 

  Parts For Stores

 

00102633

25/06/2015

Child Education Services 

$45.00

 

 

  Children CD/DVD - Heritage

 

00102634

25/06/2015

City of Bayswater 

$973.61

 

 

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