Attachments To Agenda Items

 

 

 

FOR THE

 

Ordinary Meeting of Council

 

23 October, 2014


SHIRE OF BROOME

Ordinary Meeting of Council

23 October 2014

 Attachments To Agenda Items

 

           

9.2.1      OUTCOME OF MEDIATION REGARDING A PROPOSED TOURIST DEVELOPMENT- LOT 451 (NO 33) HAMERSLEY STREET, BROOME

Attachment 1      Lot 451- Location Plan                                                                 3

9.2.2      PROPOSED LOCAL PLANNING POLICY - FORMS OF RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION OTHER THAN A SINGLE HOUSE

Attachment 1      Attachment 1- Scheudule of Submissions                               4

Attachment 2      Attachment 2 - Draft Policy                                                     10

9.2.4      BUDGET AMENDMENT FOR LORIKEET DRIVE EXTENSION PROJECT

Attachment 1      Lorikeet - Clearing permit DER, Landgate Road Reserve, Layout drawings, Yawuru fence sketch and documentation       17

9.3.1      AMENDMENT OF FEES AND CHARGES 2014/15

Attachment 1      Proposed Fees and Charges                                                   38

9.4.1      Monthly Financial Activity Report - September 2014

Attachment 1      September Financial Statement & Activity Report             50

Attachment 2      KRCG Amendments                                                                150

9.4.2      ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT -  SEPTEMBER 2014

Attachment 1      Accounts for Payment - September 2014                           153

9.4.3      APPLICATION FOR COMMON SEAL - (NO 75 LOT 116) YAMASHITA STREET ROEBUCK

Attachment 1      LETTER OF APPROVAL AND SUBDIVISION DIAGRAM          165

9.4.5      ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT & AUDIT REPORT 2013/2014

Attachment 1      Audit Committee Minutes 14 Oct 2014 - 2013-14 Audited Annual Financial Report                                                                       170

9.4.7      MINUTES OF THE JOINT MEETING OF THE KIMBERLEY ZONE OF WALGA AND REGIONAL COLLABORATIVE GROUP HELD 4 AUGUST 2014

Attachment 1      Minutes of the Kimberley Zone 3 October 2014                 253

10.1       ACCESS AND INCLUSION ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES 2 SEPTEMBER 2014

Attachment 1      Attachment 1 - Minutes AIAC 2 September 2014              343

Attachment 2      Attachment 2 - Audit Reports                                                355

Attachment 3      Attachment 3 - Implementation Plan                                   571

10.2       LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MINUTES 17 SEPTEMBER 2014

Attachment 1      Local Emergency Management Committee Minutes 17 September 2014                                                                                            589

Attachment 2      Local Emergency Management Plan (LEMP)                     595

Attachment 3      Local Recovery Plan 2014                                                      632

10.3       Notes and associated recommendations from the Economic Development Advisory Group meeting 22 September 2014

Attachment 1      Notes of Economic Development Advisory Group 22 September 2014                                                                                                    671

Attachment 2      Economic Development Profile                                            674

Attachment 3      Economic Development Information Sessions                   746                


Item 9.2.1 - OUTCOME OF MEDIATION REGARDING A PROPOSED TOURIST DEVELOPMENT- LOT 451 (NO 33) HAMERSLEY STREET, BROOME

Lot 451- Location Plan

 

 


Item 9.2.2 - PROPOSED LOCAL PLANNING POLICY - FORMS OF RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION OTHER THAN A SINGLE HOUSE

Attachment 1- Scheudule of Submissions

 

 

 

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Name

Date

Submission

Staff Comments

Recommendations

1.

Chris Borella

1 July 2014

1.   One comment in the form of a question. Should there be a “Short Stay restriction” to make it consistent with other Resort Hotels and the like. 

1.       The policy has been prepared to guide forms of residential accommodation other than a single house. It is not to apply to resort or hotel development which is a different land use classification under the provisions of the Scheme. 

1.    That the submission be noted.

2.

Diego Eguiguren (Openhouse Group)

1 July 2014

1.    Clarify that Clause 9 (e) and (f) do not apply to Dwellings i.e.: single family homes?

1.       Clause 9 refers to development standards for “Residential Buildings” which is not a single family home. Clause 9 does not  apply to single family homes.

1.   That the submission be noted.

3

Craig Starcevich

3 July 2014

1.    Building surveyors calling Ancillary Dwelling as a “Class2” building instead of an appurtenant “Class 1a” & the subsequent fire related issues.

 

2.    The difference that a private or communal “outdoor living area” has on a spare room (not just the kitchen factor) & its functionality as opposed to calling everything a rentable flat.

1.       All new buildings need to be considered in terms of the BCA (Building Code of Australia) and will be classed according to the definitions under the BCA.

2.       If outdoor kitchens forms part of an outdoor living area” for entertainment purposes for the occupants of the main dwelling, the dwelling will still be classed as a single dwelling.

1.     That the submission be noted.

 

 

 

2.     That the submission be noted

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Dr Anne Poelina

12 Pembrooke Road

16 July 2014

1.    The policy has defined several dwelling forms however there is another form of dwelling that has not been identified and/or defined by the policy. I put the view that the Shire creates a category within the policy to permit and define Multi-Generational and Extended Family Homes.

 

I first became aware of Multi-Generational and Extended Family Homes from discussions with an officer from the WA Department of Planning. There has been a strong movement towards Multi-Generational and Extended Family Homes influenced strongly by adult children and their partners living at home and share accommodation due to cost and availability issues.

 

Broome is renowned for its rich multicultural heritage that continues to be a major feature of the town’s history. I would like to develop my property/family home to accommodate my children and their partners , future grandchildren, siblings  and close family friends I engage as family to be called Multi-Generational and Extended Family Homes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.    Multi-Generational and Extended Family Homes should have the following Development Standards.

· The Extended Family Home should not be limited by the Development Standards identified in the Draft Local Planning Policy.

· Where space permits studio apartment rooms larger    than 20 m2 with kitchenettes should be allowed.

· The current policy allows for an annexure up to 70 m2       which could be a studio apartment. Where space permits    more than one studio apartment should be allowed.

· Multi-Generational homes need to provide a range of    spaces to meet the public interaction of large family    gatherings and private spaces. The homes should have    a large kitchen with a couple of kitchenettes to add to the    quality of life of the inhabitants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.    Point f) of policy. There are many houses in Broome where you can see more than 2 vehicles from the street, in a number of cases 2 rows of 2 vehicles and often a boat. This 2 vehicle policy is very prescriptive and not realistic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.    Point h) of policy. Development standard to have the appearance of a single dwelling should not be required for Multi-Generational and Extended Family Homes. Connected or not-connected pavilions can connect through shared social spaces such as the central courtyard.

 

5.    Examples of Multi-Generational and Extended Family Homes - Example 1:

       Drummond House Plans has created a Drummond home-plan collection for the multi-generational & extended family. With the greater life span of the population and young adult children going back home to save money while getting their careers moving forward , this category of bi generational or intergenerational houses has become a 21st century trend. These Drummond house designs and house floor plans are defined as one structure with separate units. With generous layouts these Drummond houses are ideal for keeping family together without sacrificing independence (http://www.drummondhouseplans.com/multi-generational-and-extended-families.html)

       Example 2:

       Multi-generational house plans have become extremely popular in the 21st century. Parents move in to look after children, Young adult children return home after college, and parents move in to be looked after. Grandchildren come visit for extended periods. There are many reasons why you may want to consider a multi-generational design. House Plans designed for multiple generations or with In-Law Suites include more private areas for independent living such as small kitchenettes, private bathroom, and even multiple living areas. (http://houseplans.co/houseplans/collections/multigenerational-houseplans/).

 

6.    Conclusion - Multi-Generational and Extended Family Homes have been an essential part of Broome’s heritage and culture. As I get older I see the need to promote heritage and culture through lived family experiences around a family home. Re-establishing Multi-Generational and Extended Family Homes is a 21st Century movement in response to building family cohesiveness through strengthening family networks and support systems. I have a particular interest in Multi-Generational and Extended Family Homes and would appreciate an opportunity to contribute to participating in the development of policy to include Multi Generational and Extended Family Homes.

1.       Dwelling forms are defined in terms of the State Planning Policy 3.1 - Residential Design Codes (R Codes) which are a state wide planning policy. The R Codes allow for multigenerational homes through the provision of ‘Ancillary Dwellings’ (commonly referred to as granny flats).

 

          Prior to 2013 granny flats were only able to accommodate family members of the main dwelling. However in August 2013 the R Code provisions were amended to remove this occupancy restriction and allow friends or strangers to also occupy granny flats.

 

          As outlined in the report due to pressures on affordability the Shire of Broome often receives proposals which are innovative and it is sometimes unclear as to which definition of residential development it falls in.

 

          Accordingly as the Shire’s proposed policies should be consistent with State Planning Policies, this policy aims to provide further clarity and definition of different forms of residential accommodation considered in the R-Codes. This will allow Council and the Shire to support these innovative ideas and ensure there is more consistency applied to different styles of residential accommodation.

 

2.       As outlined above the proposal of ‘Multi-Generational and Extended Family homes’ would fall within the definition of ‘Ancillary Dwelling’ as defined in the R Codes and the Policy as it allows for family and friends to be accommodated on the same site and within two buildings.

·      Clause 4.3.1 of TPS 4 sets out as follows:

Where a specific use is mentioned in the Zoning Table, it is deemed to be excluded from the general terms used to describe any other use.

Whilst the definition of ‘Ancillary Dwelling’ is not within the Zoning Table, in accordance with the application of clause 1.8.2 the definitions of the R-Codes are to be applied.

Accordingly as the proposal will fall within the definition of ‘Ancillary Dwelling’ included in the R Codes the Development Standards of the policy would apply to this type of development. The intention of the policy is to ensure that consistency is applied when assessing these applications.

·      Clause 7 of the policy acknowledges that for cultural or entertainment purposes more than one kitchen may be built in a house. In such a situation statutory declarations would be required from the applicant detailing that the dwelling is intended to be used/occupied as a single house only.

·      The reference to a 70sqm studio apartment is classed as an ancillary dwelling under the R-Codes, which is a State Planning Policy and is adopted into all local planning schemes around the state. Only one ancillary dwelling with a plot-ratio area of 70sqm is permitted. If more than one ancillary dwelling building is proposed this would fall within the definition of grouped or multiple dwellings. As outlined above under the scheme provisions clause 4.3.1 there is no discretion to term it as any other land use. Accordingly if the R Code for the block allows higher density this may be considered otherwise the particular block may request a rezoning to allow for such development.

Alternatively if a person was proposing to build a number of dwellings or units to accommodate an extended family or group of persons, this is likely to be classed as grouped or multiple dwellings or a different land use of ‘community living’ which is defined as follows: “community living means the use and occupation of a single lot with a minimum area of 5 hectares, for permanent and/or temporary residential and associated uses, by a group of persons or by a corporate body representing a group of persons and which may include:

1.   more than one dwelling for families and unrelated groups of Aboriginal and/or non-Aboriginal people,

2    .camping facilities for temporary accommodation

3.   buildings for shared and/or self contained accommodation

4.   associated uses such as administration office, kiosk, open space

Community living can be considered in the following zones ‘Town Centre Chinatown’, ‘Tourist’, ‘Residential’, ‘Rural Living’, ‘Rural Agriculture’ and ‘General Rural Zone and must be guided by a layout plan . It is not intended that the policy address such forms of development as planning elements are addressed through the preparation of a layout plan.

·      As referred to above, Clause 7 of the policy acknowledges that for cultural or entertainment purposes more than one kitchen may be built in a house.

3.     This policy provision relates to ‘Residential Buildings’ only. One of the objectives of the policy is ensure development is compatible scale and design with surrounding development. Often ‘Residential Buildings’ can have a detrimental impact on the residential amenity of the area due to the proliferation of cars parked out the front of the house or on the verge. If a proponent needs to provide more parking within view of the street they can apply for a variation to the policy provisions and would need to address how the objectives of the policy would be satisfied (i.e. through screening, etc).

 

4.     Point h) of the policy relates to the development of ‘Residential Buildings’ only therefore where ‘Ancillary Dwelling’ or Grouped Dwellings are proposed this provision will not apply.

 

5.     These examples referred to would fall within the definitions of Single House with Ancillary Dwelling and may be developed if the provisions of the R Codes are complied with.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.       As addressed in the comments above, the R Codes through allowing the construction of Ancillary Dwelling and the definition of a dwelling allows for forms of multi-generational and extended family homes. If the intent of the applicant is to construct multiple self-contained dwelling units it is likely to be classed as Grouped or Multiple Dwellings or as a different use of ‘Community Living’. The Shire welcomes any enquiries in this regard.

1.   That the submission be noted but no amendment be recommended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.          That the submission be noted but no amendment be recommended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.     That the submission be noted but no amendment be recommended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.     That the submission be noted but no amendment be recommended.

 

 

 

 

5.     That the submission be noted but no amendment be recommended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.     That the submission be noted but no amendment be recommended.

 

 

 

 

 

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Item 9.2.2 - PROPOSED LOCAL PLANNING POLICY - FORMS OF RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION OTHER THAN A SINGLE HOUSE

Attachment 2 - Draft Policy

 

 

DRAFT LOCAL PLANNING POLICY        Attachment 2

TITLE:

FORMS OF RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION OTHER THAN SINGLE HOUSE

ADOPTED:

 

REVIEWED:

 

ASSOCIATED LEGISLATION:

Planning and Development Act 2005

 

ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS:

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

REVIEW RESPONSIBILITY:

Manager Planning Services

DELEGATION:

APPLICATION:      

 

This policy applies to the area that is covered by Town Planning Scheme No 4. 

Previous Policy Number N/A

Purpose/Background

Broome experiences housing affordability issues with many residents facing mortgage or rental stress. Over time the Shire has experienced that buildings have been designed or used for purposes other than a single house. This can often impact upon the amenity of an area and/or substandard facilities.

The purpose of this Policy is to define various dwelling forms and to establish development criteria for residential buildings.

Objective:

1.    To facilitate the development of appropriately located and high quality residential accommodation.

2.    To define the use, management and level of service provided for Residential Buildings.

3.    To ensure various forms of accommodation are of a compatible scale and design with surrounding development.  

4.    To ensure that the establishment of alternative forms of residential accommodation in the residential zone protect the social and residential amenity.

Definitions:

“Ancillary Dwelling” as defined in the R-Codes (as amended) which currently state:  self-contained dwelling on the same lot as a single house which may be attached to, integrated with or detached from a single house.

“Bed and Breakfast Accommodation” means any single house in which the resident of the dwelling provides accommodation on a short term basis and includes the provision of breakfast.

“Dwelling” as defined in the R-Codes (as amended) which currently state:  a building or portion of a building being used, adapted, or designed or intended to be used for the purpose of human habitation on a permanent basis by a single person, a single family, or no more than six persons who do not comprise a single family.

“Grouped Dwelling” as defined in the R-Codes (as amended) which currently state:   a dwelling that is one of a group of two or more dwellings on the same lot such that no dwelling is placed wholly or partly vertically above another, except where special conditions of landscape or topography dictate otherwise, and includes a dwelling on a survey strata with common property.

“Habitable Room” as defined in the R-Codes (as amended) which currently state: A room used for normal domestic activities that includes:

·    a bedroom, living room, lounge room, music room, sitting room, television room, kitchen, dining room, sewing room, study, playroom, sunroom, gymnasium, fully enclosed swimming pool or patio; but excludes 

·    a bathroom, laundry, water closet, food storage pantry, walk-in wardrobe, corridor, hallway, lobby, photographic darkroom, clothes drying room, verandah and unenclosed swimming pool or patio and other spaces of a specialised nature occupied neither frequently nor for extended periods.

“Kitchen” means a kitchen sink and any other “cooking facility” as defined under the Shire of Broome Health Local Law which states: "a cooking facility" includes a stove, oven, facility or appliance used for or in connection with the cooking of food.

“Multiple Dwelling” as defined in the R-Codes (as amended) which currently state:  A dwelling in a group of more than one dwelling on a lot where any part of the plot ratio area of a dwelling is vertically above any part of the plot ratio area of any other but:

·    does not include a grouped dwelling; and 

·    includes any dwellings above the ground floor in a mixed use development.

“Permanent Accommodation” when a building is occupied for a period of 3 months or greater.

“Keyed units” means a building which is designed such that separate portions of a building which is capable of independent human habitation can be sectioned off and locked.

“Residential Building” as defined in the R-Codes (as amended) which currently state:  A building or portion of a building, together with rooms and outbuildings separate from such buildings but incidental thereto; such building being used or intended, adapted or designed to be used for the purpose of human habitation:

·    temporarily by two or more persons; or

·    permanently by seven or more persons, who do not comprise a single family, but does not include a hospital, a prison, a hotel, a motel or a residential school.

“Single House” a dwelling standing wholly on its own green title or survey strata lot, together with any easement over adjoining land for support of a wall or for access or services and excludes dwellings on titles with areas held in common property.

 “Temporary Accommodation” (or short-term accommodation) where a building is occupied for a period of less than 3 months.

“Tourist Development” means any land or buildings used for the overnight or holiday accommodation of patrons in self contained units and/or shared accommodation and may include incidental on-site recreational facilities such as golf, swimming, bike riding, tennis, bowls, fishing, restaurants, shops, function rooms and entertainment facilities, administration offices, caretaker facilities. It includes dormitory style accommodation, hostel/backpacker, tourist lodging / guest houses, motel and hotel.

Policy:

General Provisions

1.0          Where a building/buildings on a single lot contains two portions which are capable of human habitation independent from one another, each portion will be deemed to constitute a dwelling for the purpose of this policy and development approval.  

2.0          A portion of a building will be deemed to be capable of human habitation when the portion includes a kitchen, bathroom and habitable room. 

3.0          A door separating two portions of a building capable of independent human habitation will be considered as if it is a wall.

4.0          Designs that may be determined by the Shire to represent a layout which could reasonably be utilised as a Grouped or Multiple Dwelling, Residential Building or Additional Dwelling may include any or all of the following:

a)      Mirroring of a layout and/or facilities an example of such is detailed in Figure 1.

b)         More than one kitchen.

c)     Independent external/internal access to a room, portion of a building or storey of a building or separately ‘keyed’ sections an example of such is detailed in Figure 1 and 2.

d)     The ratio of bathrooms and toilets to the number of bedrooms.

e)     The location and provision of separate outdoor living areas.

f)      The amount of car parking or area available for car parking provided around the building.

Figure 1 – An example of a layout which has common laundry facilities but the form and function is two separate dwelling units. This would be classed as, two grouped dwellings, single house with ancillary dwelling, or multiple dwelling if they were constructed above or below another dwelling.

Figure 2 – An example of a layout which has common laundry facilities but the form and function is two separate dwelling units. This would be classed as, two grouped dwellings, single house with ancillary dwelling, or multiple dwelling if they were constructed above or below another dwelling.

5.0          For the purposes of undertaking a planning assessment and determining the use and function of a development a building designed to have two separate dwelling areas with shared laundry facilities would be classed as either multiple dwellings, grouped dwellings or single house with ancillary dwelling.

6.0          As a guide, the Shire will consider a building that provides a high ratio of toilets and bathrooms to the number of proposed or potential bedrooms as characteristic of a Residential Building. 

7.0          It is acknowledged that in some situations houses may be designed with more than one kitchen for cultural or entertainment purposes. In circumstances where characteristics identified in Clause 4.0 are provided but the applicant’s intention is to use the dwelling as a single house only, the applicant will be required to provide a statutory declaration, declaring that the dwelling will only be used as a single house unless further approval is sought from the Shire of Broome. 

8.0          The use of rooms within a single house for accommodation of persons on a short term basis is classified as ‘Bed and Breakfast’ land use and must meet any relevant Local Planning Policy.

Development Standards

9.0          All Residential Buildings must meet the following standards:

a)     A maximum of 5 bedrooms (10 people) including a bedroom for the caretaker shall be permitted in a Residential Building;

b)     The area of any bedroom shall not exceed 20 m2 excluding the area of the bathroom;

c)     No kitchens are permitted in the bedrooms;

d)     A central kitchen/dining/living area must be provided in the residential building along with a communal laundry facility;

e)     One car parking bay shall be provided on site for each bedroom;

f)      A maximum of two of the car parking bays can be visible from the street, the remaining bays must be positioned behind the building, out of view of the street, and all vehicles are to be parked inside the property boundary; 

g)     The site must be landscaped consistent with the appearance of a single house. A landscaping plan is required to be submitted with an application to demonstrate this; and

h)     The Residential Building shall have the appearance of a Single House and it should be possible to use the building as a Single House unit if not used as a Residential Building.

10.0        A detailed Management Plan is required to be submitted for all applications for a Residential Building. The Management Plan should include, but not be limited to, the following:

a)     Control of noise and other disturbances, including the appropriate use of outdoor entertainment areas;

b)     Complaints management procedure, which is to include the provision of the telephone number of the accommodation owner and operator to adjoining neighbors;

c)     The use and on-going maintenance of the premises, landscaping and gardens, and any common property areas or common facilities (where applicable);

11.0        Any application received for a Residential Building will be referred to all adjoining landowners for comment for a minimum period of 21 days.  

12.0        Any application that proposes installation of kitchen facilities within bedrooms or multiple kitchens in a residential building will be considered as grouped or multiple dwellings and will need to meet relevant standards.

SHIRE OF BROOME TOWN PLANNING SCHEME No.4 (TPS4)-LOCAL PLANNING POLICIES

This Policy is a Local Planning Policy adopted under the provisions of Clause 2.5 of TPS4. TPS4 is administered by the Council of the Shire of Broome as the responsible authority under the Scheme. TPS4 was gazetted and came into operation on the 21st December 1999.

Planning policies adopted under TPS4 may only be amended or rescinded after the procedures set out in Clause 2.5 and 2.6 have been completed.

 


Item 9.2.4 - BUDGET AMENDMENT FOR LORIKEET DRIVE EXTENSION PROJECT

Lorikeet - Clearing permit DER, Landgate Road Reserve, Layout drawings, Yawuru fence sketch and documentation

 

 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.2.4 - BUDGET AMENDMENT FOR LORIKEET DRIVE EXTENSION PROJECT

Lorikeet - Clearing permit DER, Landgate Road Reserve, Layout drawings, Yawuru fence sketch and documentation

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.2.4 - BUDGET AMENDMENT FOR LORIKEET DRIVE EXTENSION PROJECT

Lorikeet - Clearing permit DER, Landgate Road Reserve, Layout drawings, Yawuru fence sketch and documentation

 

 


 


 

 


Item 9.3.1 - AMENDMENT OF FEES AND CHARGES 2014/15

Proposed Fees and Charges

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 


Item 9.4.1 - Monthly Financial Activity Report - September 2014

September Financial Statement & Activity Report

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.4.1 - Monthly Financial Activity Report - September 2014

September Financial Statement & Activity Report

 

 


Item 9.4.1 - Monthly Financial Activity Report - September 2014

September Financial Statement & Activity Report

 

 


 


 


Item 9.4.1 - Monthly Financial Activity Report - September 2014

September Financial Statement & Activity Report

 

 


Item 9.4.1 - Monthly Financial Activity Report - September 2014

September Financial Statement & Activity Report

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.4.1 - Monthly Financial Activity Report - September 2014

KRCG Amendments

 

 


 


 


Item 9.4.2 - ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT -  SEPTEMBER 2014

Accounts for Payment - September 2014

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.4.3 - APPLICATION FOR COMMON SEAL - (NO 75 LOT 116) YAMASHITA STREET ROEBUCK

LETTER OF APPROVAL AND SUBDIVISION DIAGRAM

 

 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.4.5 - ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT & AUDIT REPORT 2013/2014

Audit Committee Minutes 14 Oct 2014 - 2013-14 Audited Annual Financial Report

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.4.7 - MINUTES OF THE JOINT MEETING OF THE KIMBERLEY ZONE OF WALGA AND REGIONAL COLLABORATIVE GROUP HELD 4 AUGUST 2014

Minutes of the Kimberley Zone 3 October 2014

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.4.7 - MINUTES OF THE JOINT MEETING OF THE KIMBERLEY ZONE OF WALGA AND REGIONAL COLLABORATIVE GROUP HELD 4 AUGUST 2014

Minutes of the Kimberley Zone 3 October 2014

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.4.7 - MINUTES OF THE JOINT MEETING OF THE KIMBERLEY ZONE OF WALGA AND REGIONAL COLLABORATIVE GROUP HELD 4 AUGUST 2014

Minutes of the Kimberley Zone 3 October 2014

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 


Item 10.1 - ACCESS AND INCLUSION ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES 2 SEPTEMBER 2014

Attachment 1 - Minutes AIAC 2 September 2014

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.1 - ACCESS AND INCLUSION ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES 2 SEPTEMBER 2014

Attachment 2 - Audit Reports

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.1 - ACCESS AND INCLUSION ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES 2 SEPTEMBER 2014

Attachment 2 - Audit Reports

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.1 - ACCESS AND INCLUSION ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES 2 SEPTEMBER 2014

Attachment 2 - Audit Reports

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.1 - ACCESS AND INCLUSION ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES 2 SEPTEMBER 2014

Attachment 3 - Implementation Plan

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.2 - LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MINUTES 17 SEPTEMBER 2014 

Local Emergency Management Committee Minutes 17 September 2014

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.2 - LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MINUTES 17 SEPTEMBER 2014 

Local Emergency Management Plan (LEMP)

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.2 - LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MINUTES 17 SEPTEMBER 2014 

Local Recovery Plan 2014

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.3 - Notes and associated recommendations from the Economic Development Advisory Group meeting 22 September 2014

Notes of Economic Development Advisory Group 22 September 2014

 

 

 


Broome Economic Development Advisory Group

Monday 22 September 2014

Function Room, Shire of Broome

 

Notes

 

1.   Welcome and introductions

The meeting opened at 4pm by the Shire President 

 

Attendance:

Cr Graeme Campbell – Shire President Shire of Broome

Cr Jenny Bloom – Deputy Shire President Shire of Broome

Kenn Donohoe – CEO Shire of Broome

Paul Martin – Deputy CEO Shire of Broome

Tony Proctor – Broome Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Tim Bray – Kimberley Development Commission

Karen Dickinson – Kimberley Training Institute

Hilary Wilkins – Landcorp

Jeff Gooding – Kimberley Development Commission

James Brown – Cygnet Bay Pearls

Paul Sweeny – Broome International Airport

Tony Lee – Yawuru

Darren Banfield – Willie Creek Pearls

 

Apologies:

Paul Ferrante – Landcorp

Peter Howell – Saldeirs/Nexus

Harold Tracey – H&M Tracey Constructions

Noel Pearson – Kimberley Land Council

Dean Newton – Yawuru

Nick Belyea – Broome International Airport

 

 

2.   Priorities for Economic Development

a.   Draft outcomes of Mapping for refinement

The attached map of economic activity across the Shire workshopped at the last meeting was presented to the Group for consideration. 

 

Members experienced challenges in viewing and reviewing the information in the format distributed. 

 

Action:

1.   The information would be presented in a different format and

circulated to members for review.

 

 

b.   Economic Profile 

 

The Economic Development Profile produced by Geographica for the Shire of Broome, Landcorp and KDC was circulated to members with the agenda. 

 

Landcorp made a presentation to the group on the profile. 

 

Discussion occurred regarding some of language used in the document.

 

Actions:

2.  Officers will present the profile to Council for consideration.

 

c.   Priority setting

 

Discussion occurred regarding the setting of priorities to recommend to Council.  It was agreed that a separate session was needed for this to occur, potentially including other industry stakeholders.

 

The CEO indicated Officers will organise a separate workshop session to address this matter in the coming weeks with the Chamber of Commerce with a view to determining products and future markets.

 

Action:

3.   A separate meeting of the EDAG and any key stakeholders be arranged to set priorities for recommendation to Council.

 

3.   Economic Community Engagement

a.   Business Breakfast Series Proposal

 

A proposal was presented to the meeting (attached) regarding Council conducting a Business Breakfast Series.  This was strongly supported by the Group.  The suggestion time of commencement was 7am. 

 

Action:

 

4.   The Business Breakfast Series Proposal be presented to Council for consideration. 

 

 

b.   Priorities and Coordination for Ministerial  Visits

The Group discussed the need to achieve some coordination of key messages used as part of Ministerial visits to Broome.   This will be further discussed at a future meeting. 

 

4.   Broome Prospectus

It was noted that the Shire and Landcorp were working on a draft Prospectus.  Input was sought from other members of the EDAG.

 

Action

 

5.   Tony Proctor, Cr Jenny Bloom and Karen Dickenson will work with Landcorp and the Shire to prepare a draft Prospectus for review by the EDAG and referred to Council for consideration. 

 

5.   General Business

a.   Update on Broome Guest Town at Royal Show

The EDAG noted the successful Broome Guest Town at the Royal Show project.

 

b.   Future Broome goes to Canberra initiative

This is proposed to involve Broome hosting a program of activities next year at Parliament House in Canberra and was flagged as a future initiative the group can consider.

 

c.   CEDA Conference in Broome – May 2015

Broome has been selected to host the CEDA conference in May 2015.  An opportunity exists to leverage other activities off this event.  EDAG members to consider. 

 

6.    Next meeting

To be advised. 

7.   Closure

The meeting was closed. 


Item 10.3 - Notes and associated recommendations from the Economic Development Advisory Group meeting 22 September 2014

Economic Development Profile

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.3 - Notes and associated recommendations from the Economic Development Advisory Group meeting 22 September 2014

Economic Development Profile

 

 


 


Item 10.3 - Notes and associated recommendations from the Economic Development Advisory Group meeting 22 September 2014

Economic Development Profile

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.3 - Notes and associated recommendations from the Economic Development Advisory Group meeting 22 September 2014

Economic Development Profile

 

 


Item 10.3 - Notes and associated recommendations from the Economic Development Advisory Group meeting 22 September 2014

Economic Development Profile

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.3 - Notes and associated recommendations from the Economic Development Advisory Group meeting 22 September 2014

Economic Development Profile

 

 


 


Item 10.3 - Notes and associated recommendations from the Economic Development Advisory Group meeting 22 September 2014

Economic Development Profile

 

 


 


Item 10.3 - Notes and associated recommendations from the Economic Development Advisory Group meeting 22 September 2014

Economic Development Information Sessions

 

 

Economic Development Information Sessions/Business Breakfast Series

Purpose:      

To provide a forum for communication with local businesses, residents and investors in Broome on the upcoming economic development initiatives and activities in the Shire.

Format:

·    Welcome by the Shire President (act as MC)

·    Update from the CEO on major Shire initiatives (10 mins)

·    A theme will be chosen for each night and guest speakers will be invited to make a brief presentation (no more than 20-30 mins in total for all presentations). 

·    No questions from the floor are allowed as means of managing time.  If people want to ask questions they approach speakers after presentations.

·    After presentations Shire Presidents invites those present to join in refreshments.

·    Display material/booths can be installed around the room to provide patrons with information about related projects and activities.

·    Shire President closes event after networking/refreshments.

Themes/Topics

·    To be determined by CEO in liaison with Shire President, Deputy Shire President and EDAG

Cost:

·    The events are free to attend

·    Shire to provide refreshments including finger food and coffee/tea  (estimated at $1,500 per event dependant upon numbers and catering)

·    Speakers to speak at no cost

·    Venue costs dependant upon location (Civic Centre cost approx $1,000 per event)

·    Shire to undertake advertising with assistance from stakeholders.  Some advertising may come at a cost depending on medium chosen.

Venue:

·    Civic Centre