Attachments To Agenda Items

 

 

 

FOR THE

 

Ordinary Meeting of Council

 

30 July, 2015


SHIRE OF BROOME

Ordinary Meeting of Council

30 July 2015

 Attachments To Agenda Items

 

           

9.2.2      APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL - OFFICE DEVELOPMENT - LOT 11 (NO 27) NAPIER TERRACE

Attachment 1      Plans - Lot 11 Napier Terrace                                                     2

Attachment 2      Landscaping Plan - Lot 11 Napier Terrace                            11

Attachment 3      Planning Assessment Summary - Lot 11 Napier Terrace     12

9.2.3      LOCAL PLANNING POLICY REVIEW - POST GAZETTAL OF LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO 6

Attachment 1      Attachment No 1 - Amended Local Planning Policies       19

Attachment 2      Attachment No 2 - Summary of Changes                           185

Attachment 3      Attachment No 3 - draft Minor Development Policy        195

9.2.4      APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL - EXTENSIONS TO OFFICES - LOT 70 (NO. 11) NAPIER TERRACE, BROOME

Attachment 1      Attachment No 1 - Site Plan                                                   200

Attachment 2      Attachment No 2 - Planning Assessment Summary          201

Attachment 3      Attachment No 3 - Verge Parking Redesign                      207

9.2.5      PRELIMINARY HERITAGE ASSESSMENT FOR POTENTIAL REGIONAL RESOURCE RECOVERY PARK SITES ON ROEBUCK PLAINS PASTORAL STATION

Attachment 1      Attachment 1 - Plan of RRRP Sites of Interest                      208

Attachment 2      Attachment 2- RRRP Ranking of Sites of Interest                209

9.2.6      BROOME GOLF COURSE – PRELIMINARY SITE INVESTIGATION

Attachment 1      Attachment 1- Letter from Department of Environment Regulation                                                                                                    210

Attachment 2      Attachment 2- URS Proposal for a Preliminary Site Investigation    221  

9.4.1      PAYMENTS - JUNE 2015

Attachment 1      PAYMENTS - JUNE 2015                                                            247

9.4.2      MONTHLY STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITY REPORT - JUNE 2015

Attachment 1      June 2015 - Monthly Financial Activity Report                    268

10.1       BUSH FIRE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES 17 JUNE 2015

Attachment 1      Bush Fire Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes 17 June 2015        370                    


Item 9.2.2 - APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL - OFFICE DEVELOPMENT - LOT 11 (NO 27) NAPIER TERRACE

Plans - Lot 11 Napier Terrace

 

 





Item 9.2.2 - APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL - OFFICE DEVELOPMENT - LOT 11 (NO 27) NAPIER TERRACE

Landscaping Plan - Lot 11 Napier Terrace

 

 


Item 9.2.2 - APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL - OFFICE DEVELOPMENT - LOT 11 (NO 27) NAPIER TERRACE

Planning Assessment Summary - Lot 11 Napier Terrace

 

 

 

Consideration

Relevant Clause

10.2  - Sub-Clause

Officer Comment

LAND USE

1

Scheme Aims

1.6

10.2 (a)

The application satisfies the following aims of the Scheme:

 

1.6.1 Place

            

         (f)         Safeguarding and enhancing the character and amenity of the built environment and urban spaces of the Scheme area.

 

1.6.3 Prosperity

 

(a)        Assisting employment and economic growth and providing opportunities for the establishment of businesses;

(b)        Providing a range of tourist facilities and accommodation and protecting strategically important tourist sites. 

2

Zoning / Reserve Purpose & Objectives

4.30-4.44

10.2 (a) & (g)

The subject site is zoned ‘Town Centre’ and Clause 4.4.1 and 4.4.2 establishes the following purpose and objectives:

 

4.4 Town Centre Zone

 

4.4.1    The purpose of the Town Centre Zone is to ensure that the area develops and

functions as the principal retail, activity and commercial centre for Broome with retail,

office, commercial, residential, social, recreational and community facilities.

 

4.4.2    The objectives of the Town Centre Zone are to:

(a) conserve and promote the heritage and aesthetic character and streetscape of

the Town Centre Zone;

(b) encourage development in accordance with the development strategy and

relevant design guidelines.

(c) provide for a mix of commercial activity including restaurants, bars and

residential development; and

(d) encourage residential development within the Town Centre Zone compatible

with commercial uses to enhance the safety, vitality and diversity of the Town

Centre Zone.

The development the subject of the current application complements the above objectives for the ‘Town Centre’ zone as set out in the Scheme.

3

Structure Plans / LDPs / Special Control Areas

5.24 - 6.3

10.2 (a)

The subject site is not located within a Special Control Area and does not fall within a Structure Plan or LDP.

4

Permissibility

4.17-4.28

10.2 (a)

The development proposed on site is an ‘Office’ land-use which has the following land use definition under LPS6:

 

“Office” means premises used for the administration of clerical, technical, professional or other like business activities.

 

An ‘Office is a ‘P’ land use which means that the use is permitted.

5

Orderly and Proper Planning

LPS / Strategies

10.2 (b) & (e)

Local Planning Strategy

 

The subject site is identified as being ‘Town Centre - Chinatown’ under the Local Planning Strategy. The Strategy provides the following strategic direction for development of land within the Town Centre:

 

Chinatown is designated as the Town Centre, reflecting the intention that it be the main commercial centre for Broome. The Town Centre designation provides for retail, office, commercial, residential, social, recreational and community facilities. The conservation and promotion of the unique heritage, architecture, and aesthetics of the town centre is reinforced by Chinatown Development Strategies and Design Guidelines.

The Strategy also identifies this site as falling within ‘Precinct 1 – Chinatown’, which provides the following strategic direction:

 

Precinct 1 contains all land proposed to be zoned ‘Town Centre’ under LPS6 extending from Roebuck Bay south to Frederick Street and west to include that portion of the Airport bounded by the future Jigal Drive extension and Sandpiper Avenue.

3.3.1.1 Precinct 1 (Chinatown)

Objective:

1)    Establish Precinct 1 as the major retail, activity and commercial centre of the townsite.

Guidelines:

·      Create diversity in the land uses being provided within the precinct to include offices, retail, community services, hotels, and maintain the cultural heritage, recreational and tourism values of the area.

·      Implement the Chinatown Development Strategy and design guidelines.

·      Re-zone Eastern portion of FDA 4 in the LPS6 when the Airport relocates to facilitate residential development.

 

The application is consistent with the strategic direction, objectives and guidelines for the ‘Town Centre’ as contained in the Local Planning Strategy.

DEVELOPMENT

6

Site and Development Requirements

4.32 & Schedule 15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10.2 (a) & (w)

4.32 Development in the Town Centre Zone

 

4.32.1 Site and Development Requirements:

 (a) All land use and development shall be consistent with the Chinatown Development Strategy and relevant design guidelines. (Not applicable to current application)

(b) In considering applications for planning approval, council shall have regard to the Obstacle Limitation Surfaces (Schedule 18) and Australian Noise Exposure Forecast (ANEF) contours for the Broome International Airport (Schedule 17).

(c) Within the Town Centre zone residential development may be undertaken to a density coding of R50 in accordance with the Residential Design Codes. (Not applicable to current application)

(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of the zoning table residential development will not be permitted at street level unless provided for in an adopted development strategy. (Not applicable to current application)

(e) When determining site and development requirements for residential development, Council shall have regard to the 'Mixed Use Development' provisions of the Residential Design Codes. (Not applicable to current application)

6.1

Setbacks

Schedule 15 / OBDS

Schedule 15 – Development Standards – Mixed Use

 

Scheme Requirement

Proposed

Site Coverage (%)

75

Complies

Plot Ratio

1

Approx. 0.63 proposed. (641sqm)

Front Setback

Nil.

5.7m

Secondary Street Setback

Nil.

Nil.

Nil.

Nil.

Rear Setback

Nil.

Side Setback

Nil.

 

 

 

Special Conditions/Comments

Landscaping along street frontage within the road reserve is a requirement.

Will form a condition of the planning approval.

Building Height

Maximum 10m wall height

9.1m max. wall height proposed.

Maximum 14m building height

Maximum 9.3m roof height proposed.

Service Areas

Provision for onsite storage areas, bin areas and general service areas for loading and unloading of goods to be screened from view of the street.

The site has been designed to allow for adequate manoeuvring of service vehicles and loading. Bin store has been provided which allows for storage and collection which is screened from view of the street.

Noise Control

Land uses which have the potential to generate significant noise level due to machinery, amplified music or announcements or any other ambient noise may be subject of condition which require an acoustic report to be prepared by the applicant and any noise attenuation controls recommended by the report to be implemented.

The land use is not likely to emit any significant noise, with noise only likely to occur via vehicle traffic associated with the ‘Office’.

Broome-style architecture

The building style of all buildings within the Scheme Area are to be low scale of building bulk and have regard for local climatic conditions and traditional architecture features, including a pitched roof, single and hipped rook, gables, colourbond roof, and predominant wall materials of colourbond or timber.

 

Verandahs, shutters and similar features should be included in development to reduce solar penetration and increase access to prevailing breezes.

 

Materials of concrete, brick and zincalume or rendered walls must be painted and/or treated to reduce the impact of thermal heat load.

The applicant has provided detailed justification for the design with submitted plans presenting a modern representation of Broome-style architecture.

 

Materials and colours used are consistent with Broome-style and the design has had significant regard to climate responsive design.

 

Access

Where development is proposed that requires access to roads under the control of local government the local government may control the location, number, size and construction standards of local roads. Controlled access will apply to arterial roads shown on the Scheme Maps.

The roads adjoining the site are not shown as arterial roads on the Scheme Maps. The access proposed has been reviewed and no concerns are raised with regard to the proposed design of the vehicle access points.

Public Art

In accordance with LPP 8.20 – Provision of Public Art development is required to contribute a monetary amount equal to one per cent (1%) of the estimated total construction costs as indicated on the application for planning approval, for the development of public art work to enhance the public realm.

The estimated construction cost of construction is $2,640,000 and therefore a contribution of $26,400 (being 1%) is applicable. A condition of approval is recommended to require a contribution of $26,400 towards provision of public art in accordance with LPP 8.20.

Parking

Land within the Scheme Area shall not be used or developed for any purposes unless car parking bays, bicycle racks and motorcycle bays are provided on site in accordance with Schedule 16. Schedule 16 specifies the requirement for 1 parking bay per 30sqm ‘Office’ floor-space and 1 bay per 50sqm of storage type use.

 

Landscaping of external parking areas to reduce the heat retention of paved areas is to include landscaping in the form of shade streets at the rate of every 4 consecutive bays or 12m, which ever is the lesser.

21 parking bays are required for the development as proposed based on submitted plans detailing:

- 508sqm GLA ‘Office’ floor-space requiring 18 bays; and

- 133sqm floor-space dedicated for use as a store room requiring the provision of 3 parking bays.

 

Submitted plans show the provision of 20 car parking bays, (including 2 Accessible Bays), plus 2 scooter parking bays. Accordingly, it is considered the application complies with the parking provision requirements of Schedule 16.

 

The applicant has submitted a landscaping plan including details of pedestrian access, reticulation and plant species suitable to Broome. Additionally, the landscaping plan includes the provision of shade trees to parking bays.

Landscaping

When considering an application, the local government is to determine whether any tree has landscape significance and should be retained.

 

A landscaping plan which details the retention of existing tree/s and proposed landscaping on site and within the abutting road reserve may be required as a condition of planning approval for developments.

There are no significant trees required to be retained on the subject site, however, the application has detailed the retention of existing boab trees on-site.

 

 

The submitted landscaping plan details provision of landscaping within the Napier Terrace and Weld Street road reserves. A condition will be included in Planning Approval to ensure that landscaping within road reserves is maintained by the owner of subject Lot 11 Napier Terrace to the satisfaction of the Shire.

6.2

Plot Ratio

Schedule 15 / OBDS

6.3

Site Coverage

Schedule 15 / OBDS

6.6

Density

Schedule 15 / OBDS

6.5

Landscaping

5.14/Schedule 15

6.5

Building Height

5.11

6.7

Car Parking

5.7

6.8

Service Areas

5.8

6.9

Noise

5.9

6.10

Architecture

5.12

6.11

Public Art

LPP 8.20

6.12

Access

5.10

Compatibility

7

Compatibility, Amenity and Relationship with Adjoining Land

Consider Site and Development requirements

10.2 (i), (n), (o)

The subject development is proposed in an area that is zoned ‘Town Centre’, within which an ‘Office’ development as proposed is a permitted land-use. Adjoining development consists of a cinema, take-away food use, with land-use adjacent to the site across Weld Streets and Napier Terrace consisting of offices. From a land-use perspective the proposal is compatible with the location and setting, with the development of a scale consistent with the adjoining cinema development, and building height consistent with Scheme provisions.

 

The site is not listed on the Shire’s Municipal Inventory and is therefore not considered to have an impact upon heritage.

 

The subject site is not known to have any cultural significance and standard advice notes in this regard would be recommended for incorporation into the approval.

 

The subject development is unlikely to result in a loss in community services or social issues. The application has detailed that the proposed ‘Office’ use will facilitate delivery of medical supplies and services to remote communities.

 

The development is proposed on a lot which is already cleared of native vegetation. Detailed technical drawings would be provided with regard to drainage and storm-water management of the site, as per conditions of approval.

 

Given the RL level of the site, is it not likely to be affected by inundation. The building will be designed in accordance with the BCA for cyclonic conditions, and due to the urban and developed context of its setting, the site is not at risk of bushfire.

 

The design of the site has provided appropriate access and movement of traffic to and from the site.

 

The site has adequate access to public utilities to support this development.

 

 

 

The application is a ‘P’ land use. In accordance with LPP 8.23 – Public Consultation – Planning Matter, the application does not require public consultation. The Shire has undertaken consultation with the Department of Lands with regard to Council’s concerns over the deck over the road reserve.

8

Heritage

Part 7

10.2(h)

9

Cultural Significance

 

10.2(k)

10

Social Issues and Community Services

10.2(j) & (z)

11

Natural Environment & Drainage

10.2 (d) (l) & (y)

 

12

Natural Hazards

 

 

10.2(m)

13

Access and Traffic

10.2 (p), (q), (r), (s), (u) & (v)

14

Public Utilities

10.2(t)

Consultation

15

Submissions & Anything Else

9.4

10.2 (aa),(bb) (dd) & (ee)

 


Item 9.2.3 - LOCAL PLANNING POLICY REVIEW - POST GAZETTAL OF LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO 6

Attachment No 1 - Amended Local Planning Policies

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.2.3 - LOCAL PLANNING POLICY REVIEW - POST GAZETTAL OF LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO 6

Attachment No 1 - Amended Local Planning Policies

 

 







Item 9.2.3 - LOCAL PLANNING POLICY REVIEW - POST GAZETTAL OF LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO 6

Attachment No 1 - Amended Local Planning Policies

 

 


Item 9.2.3 - LOCAL PLANNING POLICY REVIEW - POST GAZETTAL OF LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO 6

Attachment No 1 - Amended Local Planning Policies

 

 


Item 9.2.3 - LOCAL PLANNING POLICY REVIEW - POST GAZETTAL OF LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO 6

Attachment No 1 - Amended Local Planning Policies

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.2.3 - LOCAL PLANNING POLICY REVIEW - POST GAZETTAL OF LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO 6

Attachment No 2 - Summary of Changes

 

 

 

Policy

Changes

Reasons

8.2 – Planning Conditions – Bonds and/or Bank Guarantees

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure

8.4 – Staff Accommodation in General Agriculture, Rural Residential and Rural Small Holdings Zones

·        Include the ‘Culture and Natural Resource Use’ zone in the title as policy also applies to this zone.

 

 

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

·        Update all reference to the ‘Culture and Natural Resource Use’ zone as was previously incorrectly reference as ‘Cultural’

As the policy also provides direction on development within the zone, it should be reflected in the title.

 

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure

 

 

To ensure reference to zone is correct.

 

8.5 – Shipping and/or Storage Containers

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS;

 

·        Update title to ‘Culture and Natural Resource Use’ zone.

 

·        Change the number of sea containers that can be entertained in the ‘Rural Small Holdings’ and ‘Light and Service Industry’ zone from 5 to 10. 

 

 

 

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure

 

 

To ensure reference to zone is correct.

 

The Rural Small Holdings zone is the Skuthorpe area on Broome Road. Given the size of the lots, the land uses undertaken and as the lots are completely screened from Broome Road, it is recommended that the number of sea containers that can be permitted remains at 10.

 

Similarly with the Light and Service Industry zone, in which the current Policy allows 10 containers, it is considered that this should be maintained given that such containers are required to be screened. The use of 10 containers is not considered inconsistent with the amenity of this zone.

8.6 – Heritage List – Development of Listed Places

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure

8.7 – Sprinkler and Hydrant Water Tanks

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure

8.8 – Transient Workers Accommodation

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure

8.9 – Cash in Lieu Car Parking – Chinatown

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

·        Include a figure clearly showing the application area. 

 

 

 

 

·        Include a ‘background’ section and reference the August 2005 Discussion Paper as the premise for the Policy provisions. Reference to the ‘discussion paper’ is proposed to be removed from proceeding clauses. 

 

 

 

 

·        Amend Clause 1.3 to set out that the car parking rates of 1 bay per 25sqm GFA established in Schedule 16 of LPS6, only applies to that portion of the Town Centre zone within the Chinatown Precinct shown in Figure 1. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·        Delete Clause 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6 

 

 

 

 

·        Amend Clause 2.2 - 2.6 so it does not refer directly to the discussion paper.

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure

 

 

It is proposed to include a figure of the Chinatown Development Strategy area and update the ‘Application Area’ of the Policy to reference the figure for clarity.

 

The 2005 discussion paper provides the background analysis and review of car parking within the Chinatown Area which lead to the preparation and adoption of this Policy. It is considered that this discussion paper is more appropriately referenced in a background section and the references are removed from the clauses.

 

Schedule 16 of LPS6 prescribes the minimum number of car parking bays for different land uses/zones in the Shire. This table was the same as appeared in LPP 8.16 however was not updated to reflect the new ‘Town Centre’ zone in LPS6. As such is it proposed that this Policy clarifies that the Town Centre – Chinatown rate of 1/25sqm only applies to the Chinatown area and that the car parking rate for the new portion of the Town Centre (to the west of Old Broome Road) be calculate based on the land use as for other zones.

 

Clause 1.4 is not a Policy provision and the importance of the 2005 discussion paper has been recognised in the new ‘background’ section of the report.

 

The discussion paper does not form part of the Policy and therefore is recommended to be deleted. As mentioned this is referenced in the background section of the report.

 

 

8.10 – Parking, Landscaping, Storage, Crossover and Drainage Standards for Planning Applications

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

·        To include direction on what constitutes a low trafficked area

 

 

·        Update title as Port is no longer a zone it is now a reserve under LPS6.

 

·        Update reference to ‘Culture and Natural Resource Use’ zone

 

·        Under the section for verge parking and parking section, it is recommended that the provision setting out that bays are to be ‘sign posted’ is removed.

 To reflect changes in the organisation restructure

 

 

To provide clarity on how this policy provision would apply.

 

To reflect correct title under LPS6.

 

 

To ensure reference to zone is correct.

 

The line marking, sealing and kerbing of the bays is sufficient delineation that they are parking bays, they should not need to be sign posted also. 

8.11 – Satellite Dishes, Masts and Antennas

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

·        Update reference to ‘Culture and Natural Resource Use’ zone.

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

 

To ensure reference to zone is correct.

8.12 – Fences

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

·        Delete the word ‘and’ from 2.1 (iii) dot point three.

 

 

 

·        Update reference to ‘Culture and Natural Resource Use’ zone.

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure

 

 

This is proposed to clarify that it is only the portion of the secondary street fence within the primary street setback which has to be visually permeable.

 

To ensure reference to zone is correct.

8.13 – Planning Compliance

·        Remove reference to the MPS position.

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure

8.14 – Refunding and Waiving/Reducing of Planning Fees

·        Delete reference to TPS4 and IDO4 in Associated Documents and replace with LPS6.

 

·        Delete reference to MPS and replace with SPC.

 

·        Include additional text under Clause 1.5 (c) (ii) to give ability for fees to be returned is the application is withdrawn as a result of a further information request.

These instruments have been repealed.

 

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

The current Policy is limiting in that the applicant does not have any opportunity to request that a portion of the fee is refunded after 21 days which is generally before the further information request would have been sent. It is therefore recommended that the Policy give the ability to refund up to 50% of the fee where the application is withdrawn as a result of a further information request.

8.15 – Planning Approvals – Amendments/Extensions to Term of Approval and Requests for Further Information

·        Delete the text in the background section which sets out that amendments to planning approval cannot be undertaken once development has commenced.

 

·        Delete the proposed new clause 1.2 (that sets out an amended to an approval can only be submitted prior to commencement) and renumber subsequent clauses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·        Delete reference to MPS and replace with SPC

 

·        Include additional text under Clause 1.3 outlining that this would require the submission of a new application.

 

 

These two changes are recommended as the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations are soon to be gazetted on the 1 September 2015. These Regulations will introduce deemed provisions which would result in the operation parts LPS6 being revoked and replaced with provisions that will apply to all Schemes across the State. The Regulations will allow for amendments to planning approval to be submitted once development has commenced. Therefore as of the 1 September the Policy will become ultra vires. It is therefore recommended that this provision is removed.

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

This is recommended to clarify that if the amendment is so substantial it would result in a new or different development, it cannot be considered as an amendment, however does not prohibit submission of a new application.

8.16 – Provision of Parking

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS.

 

·        Updated Clause 1.2 to include additional text with respect to car parking within the Town Centre zone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·        Update Clause 1.5 to clarify that offsite parking is also to be referred to Council.

 

·        In Clause 1.6 update title of the LPP referenced.

 

·        Clause 2.3 is altered to delete that the proponent can engage the Shire to design and construct the car parking. Additional text is recommended for inclusion setting out that it is the applicant’s responsibility for the design, supervision and construction in accordance with the Shire’s Guidelines.  

 

 

 

·        Amend the wording of Clause 2.6.

 

 

 

·        Include an additional Clause 3.1 and renumber subsequent Clauses.

 

·        Amend the wording of Clause 4.2.

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

 

Schedule 16 of LPS6 prescribes the minimum number of car parking bays for different land uses/zones in the Shire. This table was the same as appeared in LPP 8.16 however was not updated to reflect the new ‘Town Centre’ zone in LPS6. As such is it proposed that this Policy clarifies that the Town Centre – Chinatown rate of 1/25sqm only applies to the Chinatown area and that the car parking rate for the new portion of the Town Centre (to the west of Old Broome Road) be calculate based on the land use as for other zones.

 

To provide clarity on the application of the policy. Note this is already a requirement.

 

To ensure correct reference to Policy.

 

The current provisions setting out that the Shire can design and construct bays is not considered appropriate for inclusion into the Policy as operationally the Shire may not be in a position to provide this services. While the Shire may be engaged to undertake private works, the policy implies that this is an option available when this may not be the case.

 

Amended wording is proposed to clarify that parking sought within the verge is to be adjacent and adjoining the frontage of the subject lot. 

 

This Clause is proposed to clarify that cash-in-lieu for car parking in Chinatown is set out in LPP 8.9.

 

It is proposed that this Clause refers directly to the relevant Scheme provision.

8.17 - Signs

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS.

 

·        Amend the definition of ‘sign surface area’.

 

 

 

 

·        Additional text be included under Clause 1.1 setting out that only exceptions were signs do not have to be on the lot is when the sign is attached to an approved awning or veranda which extends into the road reserve. 

 

 

·        Clause 1.8 is to be updated to refer to ‘Candela’ as opposed to ‘candles’.

 

·        In Clause 1.10 include text at the start stating ‘Notwithstanding any other provision of this policy...’

 

 

 

 

·        The current Chinatown Signage Policy allows for three sign per tenancy and that this can be three per street frontage on site on a corner lot. Upon a review this provision was not incorporated.

 

·        Under the ‘signs not permitted’ include a sign which is not erected on the lot which a business is operating. 

 

 

 

·        Community service sign – correct a typing error under ‘design standards’.

 

·        Under ‘Event/trading signs’ include that advertising devises cannot contain illuminated devises which pulsate, flash or contain moveable electronic writing or animation.

 

·        Under the design standards for ‘roof sign’ remove the text description setting out that such a sign may be fixed with a10% lean outward and  parallel or right angles to the facade.

 

 

·        Inclusion of additional clause 1.17 which establishes the criteria for which applications are to be referred to Council for determination.

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

 

The current definition is unclear and it is proposed to be amended with regard to how the area of a sign is calculated when painted or affixed on a fence/building.

 

Given that the Chinatown signage provisions are now incorporated into this LPP, there are some situations were signs strictly will not be on the property if it is attached to an awning or veranda which extends over the footpath. 

 

As this is the correct technical term.

 

 

This section contains the signage provisions specific for Chinatown. To ensure that it is clear, it is recommended that additional text is included so that all are aware that these provisions apply notwithstanding any other provision of the Policy.

 

It is recommended that this provision be incorporated to be consistent with the current policy provisions.

 

 

While this is included as a ‘general provision’ it is recommended that this is included as a ‘not permitted’ type of sign such that officers do not have delegation to approve such types of signs.

 

Correct typing error.  

 

 

While these types of signs are prohibited, given it is approved through the event approval, it is recommended that this is clarified. 

 

By definition, a roof sign is a sign which is painted or fixed to a roof. These provisions are descriptive of a gable sign and as such are recommended to be removed from this section.

 

The signage provisions contained within the Policy generally reflect the ‘exempt signs’ prescribed under LPS6. It is considered that the performance criteria established in the Policy gives adequate guidance to assess signage applications that may proposes a variation to the size of the sign. As such, it is recommended that an additional clause be included setting out that its only applications that do not meet with the performance criteria or proposes signs which in aggregate exceed 40% of the building frontage which require referral to Council for determination. This would assist with the timely processing of such applications.

8.18 – Operative Policy

·        Update title to state ‘DCU Operative Policy’.

 

 

·        Include additional text in the Background section to set out the process of DCU with respect to other approvals, licenses and/or permits issued by the Shire under relevant local laws and Regulations. 

 

 

·        Incorporate additional objective.

 

 

·        Delete reference to MPS and replace with SPC.

 

·        Delete PEO from the membership from DCU.

 

·        Delete MAD and replace with DES.

 

·        Include representative from Economic Development when required on a as need basis (when event applications are being discussed).

 

 

·        Amend Clause 3.8 setting out that maximum time application can be placed on hold is 2 months and include previous provision that would request that the application be withdrawn. 

 

·        Include Clause 4.8 with regard to advertising.

 

 

 

·        Clause 4.9 has been updated to clarify action required once advertising has closed.  

 

·        Amended Clause 5.3 to allow approvals to be issued as soon as possible after the Council meeting.

 

 

 

 

·        Include additional clause 6.5 and renumber subsequent clauses.

 

 

 

 

·        To insert additional text under Clause 6.8 with regard to reporting on delegations.

To accurately reflect LPP relates to the operation of DCU process.

 

The role of DCU has been expanded to discuss other approvals that are not directly related to planning determinations. To reflect this is it proposed to be referenced in the background section and relevant sections throughout the Policy.

 

To reflect that other approvals, permits and license are discussed at DCU.

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

Event applications are being discussed at DCU. As the Economic Development section of the Shire deals with these application, they are proposed to be included in on the membership of DCU.

 

This is proposed to provide a term in which the application can be placed on hold.

 

 

This is recommended to clarify that the level and form of advertising is to be undertaken consistent with LPP 8.23.

 

To provide clarity.

 

 

The current Policy limits the ability for officers to issue approvals under draft minutes become available. This can result in unnecessary delays in the issue of approvals and it is therefore recommended that the Policy be amended in this regard.

 

This clause is proposed to clarify the current process that has been implemented with regard to other applications for licences, permits, etc submitted for determination at the Shire.

 

It is recommended that additional text be included setting out that the minutes fulfil the role as a delegation register in accordance with the Regulations.

8.19 – Telecommunications Infrastructure

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

·        Clause 1.2 which provides direction on the siting of telecommunications infrastructure currently requires imposes setbacks. This is proposed to be amended to refer to the State Planning Policy and indicate it is preferred that infrastructure is setback as per the current policy provisions.

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

 

The State has release a draft of the updated SPP which proposes to override any setback prescribed in adopted LPP’s and establish that the infrastructure is to be setback the height of the facility. It is therefore recommended that the Policy is updated so unreasonable expectations within the community are not create and the primacy of the SPP is recognised.

8.20 – Provision of Public Art

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

·        Update reference to ‘Culture and Natural Resource Use’ zone.

 

·        Following the resolution of Council and the draft Public Art Guidelines, it is proposed that the following changes are made:

 

-       Include additional information in the background section, setting out that the installation of art helps to achieve the objectives of LPS6.

-       Amend Policy statement 1.1 setting out that a contribution is to be made to an amount equal to one percent of the development costs which is to be satisfied as either a monetary contribution or installation of public art work on site (current Policy emphasises that it should be a monetary contribution).

-       Amend 1.2 to state that the contribution must be ‘made’ as opposed to an invoice being issued.

-       Amend 1.3 to establish criteria that must be satisfied if public art is proposed to be installed onsite or immediately adjacent to the site. The provision that such art has to be clearly visible to the general public has been maintained and a provision requiring that the art is development in accordance with a Public Art Report, consistent with the Shire’s Guidelines has been recommended.

-       Inclusion of a provision setting out that art built in accordance with the Policy is considered minor development and will not need planning approval from the Shire.

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

 

To ensure correct zone title is referenced.

 

The Community Development section has prepared ‘Guidelines for Provision of Public Art’ and the proposed changes are recommended following a review of the Guidelines and operationally how they would work in the assessment of a planning application.

 

While the current Policy provisions set out that a developer can install the art on site in lieu of a cash contribution, this is framed as being the ‘default’ option. The proposed changes will make it clear that the developer can choose to either install the art or make the monetary contribution.

 

To ensure that the development assessment process is not delayed by considering the merits of art work proposed, it is recommended that it is condition that either the art work is to be installed or the monetary contribution is to be made prior to the occupation of the site.

 

If the applicant then seeks to install the art work on site, it would then need to prepare a ‘Public Art Report’ which would then be submitted to the Community Development section for assessment against the draft Guidelines. This will not delay the assessment of the planning application and this process can run concurrently with the development construction program should the developer pursue this option.

 

It is considered that the draft changes clarify the intent of the Policy.

8.21 – Design Guidelines – Town Centre zone

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

8.22 – Chinatown Development Strategy

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

8.23 – Public Consultation – Planning Matters

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

·        Clause 1.16, 1.17 and 1.18 – correct a typing error.

 

·        Incorporate a new row in Schedule 1 to clearly set out that variations to the Deemed to Comply criteria of the R-Codes requires level B consultation.

 

·        In ‘D’ uses in schedule 1 include that office’s ancillary to predominant land uses in the various industrial zones does not require consultation. 

 

·        Development of ‘A’ uses in schedule 1 is recommended to be updated to exclude ‘Agriculture – Intensive’ in the General Agriculture zone ‘Bed and Breakfast and ‘Family Day Care’ in relevant zones from requiring level C consultation.

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

 

 

 

This is consistent with clause 1.6 but is recommended for inclusion in Schedule 1 for clarity.

 

 

It is not considered necessary to advertise such applications.

 

 

These land uses under TPS4 only required consultation with immediate adjoining landowners. It is considered that this approach should be maintained as Level C consultation (which requires an ad notice in the newspaper) is considered excessive for such land uses and would be an additional unnecessary cost to the applicant. The proposed impacts from these uses generally would be contained to the immediate surrounding landowners and therefore Level B consultation is considered more appropriate.

 

Further, with respect to ‘Agriculture - Intensive’ requiring Level C consultation in the General Agricultural zone is considered onerous given the  General Agriculture zone incorporates all the pastoral stations. Consultation is considered unnecessary and would result in unnecessary delays in the consideration of such applications.  

8.24 – Forms of Residential Accommodation other than a Single House

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS.

 

·        Update the definition of ‘Bed and Breakfast Accommodation’ to reflect the new definition under LPS6.

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

 

To be consistent with definition under LPS6.

8.25 – Old Broome Development Strategy

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

8.26 – Caretakers Dwellings and Attached Offices in the Light and Service Industry Zone

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

8.27 – Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

8.28 – Tourist Accommodation Developments (Excluding Caravan Parks) Within the Tourist Zone

·        Delete reference to MPS in review responsibility and replace with DDS

 

To reflect changes in the organisation restructure.

 

8.29 – Conflict of Interest – Planning Applications

·        Delete ‘Council’ from review responsibility and add Director Development Services.

 

·        Under delegation, include ‘N/A’.

To be consistent with the review responsibilities for all LPP’s.

 

Delegation is not exercised in the application of this policy, it rather provides direction on how matters would be dealt with if a conflict exists.

 


Item 9.2.3 - LOCAL PLANNING POLICY REVIEW - POST GAZETTAL OF LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO 6

Attachment No 3 - draft Minor Development Policy

 

 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.2.4 - APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL - EXTENSIONS TO OFFICES - LOT 70 (NO. 11) NAPIER TERRACE, BROOME

Attachment No 1 - Site Plan

 

 


Item 9.2.4 - APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL - EXTENSIONS TO OFFICES - LOT 70 (NO. 11) NAPIER TERRACE, BROOME

Attachment No 2 - Planning Assessment Summary

 

 

 

Consideration

Relevant Clause

10.2  - Sub-Clause

Officer Comment

LAND USE

1

Scheme Aims

1.6

10.2 (a)

The application satisfies the following aims of the Scheme:

 

1.6.3 Prosperity

 

(a)   Assisting employment and economic growth and providing opportunities for the establishment of businesses;

(b)   Providing a range of tourist facilities and accommodation and protecting strategically important tourist sites. 

2

Zoning / Reserve Purpose & Objectives

4.4

10.2 (a) & (g)

The subject site is zoned ‘Town Centre’ and Clause 4.4 establishes the following purpose and objectives:

 

4.4 Town Centre Zone

 

4.4.1    The purpose of the Town Centre Zone is to ensure that the area develops and functions as the principal retail, activity and commercial centre for Broome with retail, office, commercial, residential, social, recreational and community facilities.

 

4.4.2 The objectives of the Town Centre Zone are to:

(a)    conserve and promote the heritage and aesthetic character and streetscape of the Town Centre Zone;

(b)    encourage development in accordance with the development strategy and relevant design guidelines.

(c)     provide for a mix of commercial activity including restaurants, bars and residential development; and

(d)    encourage residential development within the Town Centre Zone compatible with commercial uses to enhance the safety, vitality and diversity of the Town Centre Zone.

 

The development is proposing to use the land for office development which will compliment the purpose and objectives as set out above. The development is further considered consistent with the CDS and relevant design guidelines.

3

Structure Plans / LDPs / Special Control Areas

5.24 - 6.3

10.2 (a)

The subject site is not located within a Special Control Area and does not fall within a Structure Plan or LDP.

4

Permissibility

4.17-4.28

10.2 (a)

The development proposed on site is an ‘Office’ land use which is a ‘P’ land use in the zoning table which means that the use is permitted.

5

Orderly and Proper Planning

LPS / Strategies

10.2 (b) & (e)

Local Planning Strategy

 

The subject site is identified as Town Centre under the Local Planning Strategy. The Strategy provides the following strategic direction for development identified as Town Centre:

 

Chinatown is designated as the Town Centre, reflecting the intention that it be the main commercial centre for Broome. The Town

Centre designation provides for retail, office, commercial, residential, social, recreational and community facilities. The conservation and promotion of the unique heritage, architecture, and aesthetics of the town centre is reinforced by the Chinatown Development Strategy and Design Guidelines.

 

Chinatown Development Strategy

 

The subject site in the Strategy Plan is identified as falling within ‘the core activity area’ and under the land use activation figure is identified as falling within the ‘retail’ area.

 

While an ‘office’ is not identified as being preferred land use within the ‘retail’ area it is listed as a secondary use and therefore it is considered that the application is consistent with the recommendation within the Chinatown Development Strategy.

DEVELOPMENT

6

Site and Development Requirements

4.32 Schedule 15, 5.5-5.23

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10.2 (a) & (w)

Clause 4.32.1 prescribes the following site and development requirements for the Town Centre zone:

 

4.32.1 Site and Development Requirements:

 

(a)     All land use and development shall be consistent with the Chinatown Development Strategy and relevant design guidelines.

(b)     In considering applications for planning approval, council shall have regard to the Obstacle Limitation Surfaces (Schedule 18) and Australian Noise Exposure Forecast (ANEF) contours for the Broome International Airport (Schedule 17).

(c)      Within the Town Centre zone residential development may be undertaken to a density coding of R50 in accordance with the Residential Design Codes.

(d)     Notwithstanding the provisions of the zoning table residential development will not be permitted at street level unless provided for in an adopted development strategy.

(e)      When determining site and development requirements for residential development, Council shall have regard to the 'Mixed Use Development' provisions of the Residential Design Codes.

 

The development satisfies the above site and development requirements.

 

 

 

 

 

6.1

Setbacks

Schedule 15 / CDS

Schedule 15 – Development Standards – Town Centre

 

Scheme Requirement

Complies

Site Coverage (%)

75

The development is not impacting upon site coverage as the extension will be contained within the existing footprint of the building.

Plot Ratio

1

As above.

Front Setback

Nil

Complies

Secondary Street Setback

Complies

Rear Setback

Complies

Side Setback

Complies

Special Conditions/Comments

Landscaping along street frontage within the road reserve is a requirement.

Will form a condition of the planning approval.

Building Height

10m wall height

Complies

14m building height

Complies

Service Areas

Provision for onsite storage areas, bin areas and general service areas for loading and unloading of goods to be screened from view of the street.

The development would not impact upon existing service areas.

Noise Control

Land uses which have the potential to generate significant noise level due to machinery, amplified music or announcements or any other ambient noise may be subject of condition which require an acoustic report to be prepared by the applicant and any noise attenuation controls recommended by the report to be implemented.

The development is not anticipated to have any impacts with regard to noise control.

Broome-style architecture

The building style of all buildings within the Scheme Area are to be low scale of building bulk and have regard for local climatic conditions and traditional architecture features, including a pitched roof, single and hipped rook, gables, colourbond roof, and predominant wall materials of colourbond or timber.

 

Verandahs, shutters and similar features should be included in development to reduce solar penetration and increase access to prevailing breezes.

 

Materials of concrete, brick and zincalume or rendered walls must be painted and/or treated to reduce the impact of thermal heat load.

The development is using materials which are compliment the existing building and Broome-style architecture. 

Access

Where development is proposed that requires access to roads under the control of local government the local government may control the location, number, size and construction standards of local roads. Controlled access will apply to arterial roads shown on the Scheme Maps.

The extension will not impact upon existing access/egress points to the site.

Public Art

In accordance with LPP 8.20 – Provision of Public Art development is required to contribute a monetary amount equal to one per cent (1%) of the estimated total construction costs as indicated on the application for planning approval, for the development of public art work to enhance the public realm.

Development values is $150,000, therefore the provisions of the Policy are not applicable.

Parking

Land within the Scheme Area shall not be used or developed for any purposes unless car parking bays, bicycle racks and motorcycle bays are provided on site in accordance with Schedule 16.

 

Landscaping of external parking areas to reduce the heat retention of paved areas is to include landscaping in the form of shade treets at the rate of every 4 consecutive bays or 12m, which ever is the lesser.

See comments in officer section of the Council agenda item.

Landscaping

When considering an application, the local government is to determine whether any tree has landscape significance and should be retained.

 

A landscaping plan which details the retention of existing tree/s and proposed landscaping on site and within the abutting road reserve may be required as a condition of planning approval for developments.

The redesign of the car parking area will retain existing trees on site.

6.2

Plot Ratio

Schedule 15 / CDS

6.3

Site Coverage

Schedule 15 / CDS

6.6

Density

Schedule 15 / CDS

6.5

Landscaping

5.14/Schedule 15

6.5

Building Height

5.11

6.7

Car Parking

5.7

6.8

Service Areas

5.8

6.9

Noise

5.9

6.10

Architecture

5.12

6.11

Public Art

LPP 8.20

6.12

Access

5.10

Compatibility

7

Compatibility, Amenity and Relationship with Adjoining Land

Consider Site and Development requirements

10.2 (i), (n), (o)

The subject site is already developed for an office land use. The proposed extension is considered compatible.

 

 

 

 

 

The application has been referred to the State Heritage Office who have not raised any objections to the proposal.

 

The subject site is not known to have any cultural significance and standard advice notes in this regard would be recommended for incorporation into the approval.

 

The subject development is unlikely to result in a loss in community services or social issues.

 

 

The development is proposed on a lot which is already cleared of native vegetation and developed. The infill of the verandah is not considered to have any implications n this regard.

 

The subject site does not fall within the existing Flood Prone Land Special Control Area. Given the RL level of the site, is it not likely to be affected by inundation.

 

The development does not proposed any modifications to existing access/egress arrangements.

 

 

The site has adequate access to public utilities to support this development.

 

 

 

The application is a ‘P’ land use. In accordance with LPP 8.23 – Public Consultation – Planning Matter, the application does not require public consultation.

8

Heritage

Part 7

10.2(h)

9

Cultural Significance

 

10.2(k)

10

Social Issues and Community Services

10.2(j) & (z)

11

Natural Environment & Drainage

10.2 (d) (l) & (y)

 

12

Natural Hazards

 

 

10.2(m)

13

Access and Traffic

10.2 (p), (q), (r), (s), (u) & (v)

14

Public Utilities

10.2(t)

Consultation

15

Submissions & Anything Else

9.4

10.2 (aa),(bb) (dd) & (ee)

 


Item 9.2.4 - APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL - EXTENSIONS TO OFFICES - LOT 70 (NO. 11) NAPIER TERRACE, BROOME

Attachment No 3 - Verge Parking Redesign

 

 


Item 9.2.5 - PRELIMINARY HERITAGE ASSESSMENT FOR POTENTIAL REGIONAL RESOURCE RECOVERY PARK SITES ON ROEBUCK PLAINS PASTORAL STATION 

Attachment 1 - Plan of RRRP Sites of Interest

 

 


Item 9.2.5 - PRELIMINARY HERITAGE ASSESSMENT FOR POTENTIAL REGIONAL RESOURCE RECOVERY PARK SITES ON ROEBUCK PLAINS PASTORAL STATION 

Attachment 2- RRRP Ranking of Sites of Interest

 

 


Item 9.2.6 - BROOME GOLF COURSE – PRELIMINARY SITE INVESTIGATION

Attachment 1- Letter from Department of Environment Regulation

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.2.6 - BROOME GOLF COURSE – PRELIMINARY SITE INVESTIGATION

Attachment 2- URS Proposal for a Preliminary Site Investigation

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.2.6 - BROOME GOLF COURSE – PRELIMINARY SITE INVESTIGATION

Attachment 2- URS Proposal for a Preliminary Site Investigation

 

 


Item 9.2.6 - BROOME GOLF COURSE – PRELIMINARY SITE INVESTIGATION

Attachment 2- URS Proposal for a Preliminary Site Investigation

 

 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.2.6 - BROOME GOLF COURSE – PRELIMINARY SITE INVESTIGATION

Attachment 2- URS Proposal for a Preliminary Site Investigation

 

 


Item 9.2.6 - BROOME GOLF COURSE – PRELIMINARY SITE INVESTIGATION

Attachment 2- URS Proposal for a Preliminary Site Investigation

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

  


Item 9.4.1 - PAYMENTS - JUNE 2015

PAYMENTS - JUNE 2015

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.4.2 - MONTHLY STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITY REPORT - JUNE 2015

June 2015 - Monthly Financial Activity Report

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 9.4.2 - MONTHLY STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITY REPORT - JUNE 2015

June 2015 - Monthly Financial Activity Report

 

 


Item 9.4.2 - MONTHLY STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITY REPORT - JUNE 2015

June 2015 - Monthly Financial Activity Report

 

 


 


 


Item 9.4.2 - MONTHLY STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITY REPORT - JUNE 2015

June 2015 - Monthly Financial Activity Report

 

 


Item 9.4.2 - MONTHLY STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITY REPORT - JUNE 2015

June 2015 - Monthly Financial Activity Report

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 


Item 10.1 - BUSH FIRE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES 17 JUNE 2015

Bush Fire Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes 17 June 2015

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Item 10.1 - BUSH FIRE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES 17 JUNE 2015

Bush Fire Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes 17 June 2015