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17 June 2020

 

NOTICE OF Ordinary Council Meeting

 

Your attendance is respectfully requested at the Ordinary Meeting of Cabonne Council convened for Tuesday 23 June, 2020 commencing at 2.00pm, at the Cabonne Council Chambers, Bank Street, Molong to consider the undermentioned business.

 

 

 

Yours faithfully

BJ Byrnes

GENERAL MANAGER

 

 

ORDER OF BUSINESS

 

1)       Open Ordinary Meeting

2)       Consideration of Mayoral Minute

3)       Consideration of General Manager’s Report

4)       Resolve into Committee of the Whole

a)    Consideration of Called Items

b)    Consideration of Closed Items

5)      Adoption of Committee of the Whole Report

 

Please be advised that this Council meeting is being recorded and live streamed. By speaking at this meeting, you agree to being recorded and live streamed. Please ensure that if and when you speak you are respectful to others and use appropriate language at all times. Cabonne Council accepts no liability for any defamatory or offensive remarks or gestures made during the course of this meeting. The recording of this meeting will be made publicly available on Council’s website.

 

 

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COUNCIL’S MISSION
“To be a progressive and innovative Council which maintains relevance through local governance to its community and diverse rural area by facilitating the provision of services to satisfy identified current and future needs.”
 

 

 


         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COUNCIL’S VISION
Cabonne Council is committed to providing sustainable local government to our rural communities through consultation and sound financial management which will ensure equitable resource allocation.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


GENERAL MANAGER’S REPORT ON MATTERS FOR DETERMINATION SUBMITTED TO THE Ordinary Council Meeting TO BE HELD ON Tuesday 23 June, 2020

Page 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

 

ITEM 1      APPLICATIONS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE.................................. 4

ITEM 2      DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST....................................................... 4

ITEM 3      DECLARATIONS FOR POLITICAL DONATIONS.......................... 5

ITEM 4      MAYORAL MINUTE - APPOINTMENTS........................................... 5

ITEM 5      COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE........................................................... 6

ITEM 6      GROUPING OF REPORT ADOPTION.............................................. 7

ITEM 7      CONFIRMATION OF THE MINUTES................................................. 7

ITEM 8      AUDIT, RISK AND IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE......................... 8

ITEM 9      JUNE 2020 LOCAL TRAFFIC COMMITTEE MEETING................ 8

ITEM 10    SPONSORSHIP POLICY................................................................... 11

ITEM 11    MOLONG RECREATION AREAS - DRAFT MASTERPLANS .. 13

ITEM 12    ADOPTION OF INTEGRATED PLANNING AND REPORTING DOCUMENTATION................................................................................................................. 14

ITEM 13    MAKING OF RATES AND CHARGES FOR 2020/2021............... 16

ITEM 14    EVENTS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM................................................ 17

ITEM 15    ORANGE REGIONAL BICYCLE TOURISM PROJECT PROPOSAL 19

ITEM 16    PEDESTRIAN ACCESS AND MOBILITY PLAN (PAMP) AND BIKE PLAN        25

ITEM 17    NAMING OF NEW BRIDGE ON EURIMBLA ROAD, CUMNOCK 26

ITEM 18    CABONNE LOCAL STRATEGIC PLANNING STATEMENT...... 27

ITEM 19    DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA2020/0147 DUAL OCCUPANCY AND BUILDING ENVELOPE VARIATION AT LOT 100 DP 1083822, 100 WOOLSHED LANE WINDERA.................................................................................. 29

ITEM 20    REQUEST FOR DONATION EQUIVELANT OF DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FEES DA2020/0110 CUMNOCK MENS SHED............................. 44

ITEM 21    QUESTIONS FOR NEXT MEETING................................................ 46

ITEM 22    BUSINESS PAPER ITEMS FOR NOTING...................................... 46

ITEM 23    MATTERS OF URGENCY................................................................. 47

ITEM 24    COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE SECTION OF THE MEETING... 48

Confidential Items

 

Clause 240(4) of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 requires Council to refer any business to be considered when the meeting is closed to the public in the Ordinary Business Paper prepared for the same meeting.  Council will discuss the following items under the terms of the Local Government Act 1993 Section 10A(2), as follows:

 

ITEM 1      CARRYING OF COMMITTEE RESOLUTION INTO CLOSED COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING

Procedural

ITEM 2      GENERAL MANAGER'S PERFORMANCE REVIEW

(a) personnel matters concerning particular individuals (other than councillors)

ITEM 3      NETWASTE REGIONAL WASTE CONTRACT - DEED OF VARIATION  - GATE FEE INCREASE FROM VISY RECYCLING

(c) information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business

ITEM 4      REQUEST FOR CONSIDERATION OF INTEREST CHARGES FOR A98525

(b) matters in relation to the personal hardship of a resident or ratepayer   

 

ANNEXURE ITEMS

 

ANNEXURE 7.1    May 26 2020 Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes    49

ANNEXURE 7.2    June 9 2020 Extraordinary Council Meeting Minutes 58

ANNEXURE 8.1    ARIC Meeting Minutes - 3 June 2020....................... 62

ANNEXURE 9.1    04 June 2020_ Minutes .................................................. 69

ANNEXURE 9.2    Orange Rally 2020......................................................... 78

ANNEXURE 10.1  DRAFT - Sponsorship Policy.................................... 79

ANNEXURE 11.1  Dr Ross Recreation Ground.................................. 84

ANNEXURE 11.2  Hunter Caldwell.......................................................... 85

ANNEXURE 11.3  Showground.................................................................... 86

ANNEXURE 12.1  Operational Plan 2020/21.......................................... 87

ANNEXURE 12.2  Budget 2020/21................................................................ 146

ANNEXURE 12.3  Long Term Financial Plan 2020/21 ..................... 207

ANNEXURE 12.4  Fees and Charges Report 2020/21...................... 253

ANNEXURE 13.1  Fees and Charges Report..................................... 317

ANNEXURE 13.2  Rating Summary 2020 2021....................................... 329

ANNEXURE 14.1  Canowindra Phoenix - Event Assistance Program Application - Christmas in July Canowindra 333

ANNEXURE 15.1  Orange 360 Report..................................................... 336

ANNEXURE 16.1  Active Transport Plan - PAMP ........................... 353

ANNEXURE 16.2  Active Transport Plan - Bike Plan ................. 505

ANNEXURE 17.1  Cumnock Progress Association request.. 644

ANNEXURE 17.2  Request for naming of Eurimbla Bridge ... 646

ANNEXURE 18.1  Cabonne Local Strategic Planning Statement 647

ANNEXURE 19.1  Draft Conditions of Consent DA2020 0147... 676

ANNEXURE 19.2  DA2020 0147 Site Plan ................................................ 684 

 


 

 

ITEM 1 - APPLICATIONS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To allow tendering of apologies for councillors not present.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.1.g - Code of Meeting Practice adopted and implemented.

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\COUNCIL - COUNCILLORS LEAVE OF ABSENCE - 1130299

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT any apologies tendered be accepted and the necessary leave of absence be granted.

 

General Manager REPORT

 

A call for apologies is to be made.

 

 

ITEM 2 - DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To allow an opportunity for councillors to declare an interest in any items to be determined at this meeting.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

 4.5.1.g - Code of Meeting Practice adopted and implemented.

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\COUNCIL - COUNCILLORS AND STAFF DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST - 2019 - 1130300

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT the Declarations of Interest be noted.

 

General Manager REPORT

 

A call for Declarations of Interest.

 

 

ITEM 3 - DECLARATIONS FOR POLITICAL DONATIONS

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To allow an opportunity for Councillors to declare any Political Donations received.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

 4.5.1.g - Code of Meeting Practice adopted and implemented.

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\COUNCIL - COUNCILLORS DECLARATION OF POLITICAL DONATIONS - 1130301

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT any Political Donations be noted.

 

General Manager REPORT

 

A call for declarations of any Political Donations.

 

 

 

ITEM 4 - MAYORAL MINUTE - APPOINTMENTS

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To allow noting of the Mayoral appointments plus other Councillors' activities Reports.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

 4.5.1.g - Code of Meeting Practice adopted and implemented.

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\MAYORAL MINUTES - 1130302

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT the information contained in the Mayoral Minute be noted.

 

General Manager REPORT

 

A call for the Mayoral appointments and attendances as well as other Councillors’ activities reports to be tabled/read out.

 

 

 

ITEM 5 - COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Enabling reports to be considered in Committee of the Whole to be called.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.1.g. Code of Meeting Practice adhered to

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\GROUPING OF REPORT ADOPTION and BUSINESS PAPER ITEMS FOR NOTING REPORTS - 1130303

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Councillors call any items that they wish to be debated in Committee of the Whole.

 

General Manager REPORT

 

Council’s Code of Meeting Practice allows for the Council to resolve itself into “committee of the whole” to avoid the necessity of limiting the number and duration of speeches as required by Clause 250 of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005.

 

This item enables councillors to call any item they wish to be debated in “committee of the whole” at the conclusion of normal business.

 

The debate process during a ‘normal’ Council meeting limits the number and duration of speeches as required by Clause 250 of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005. 

 

Items should only be called at this time if it is expected that discussion beyond the normal debate process is likely to be needed. 

 

 

 

ITEM 6 - GROUPING OF REPORT ADOPTION

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Enabling procedural reports to be adopted.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

 4.5.1.a - Provide quality administrative support and governance to councillors and residents.

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\GROUPING OF REPORT ADOPTION and BUSINESS PAPER ITEMS FOR NOTING REPORTS - 1130305

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT:

1.    Councillors call any items they wish to further consider

2.    Items 7 to 9 be moved and seconded.

 

 

General Manager REPORT

 

 

Items that are considered to be of a procedural nature can be moved and seconded as a group.

 

There were no items for grouping in this month’s business paper.

 

 

 

ITEM 7 - CONFIRMATION OF THE MINUTES

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Adoption of the Minutes

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

 4.5.1.g - Code of Meeting Practice adopted and implemented.

Annexures

1.  May 26 2020 Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes

2.  June 9 2020 Extraordinary Council Meeting Minutes    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\COUNCIL - MINUTES - 2019 - 1130291

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT the minutes of the Ordinary meeting held 26 May 2020 and Extraordinary meeting held 9 June 2020 be adopted.

 

General Manager's REPORT

 

The following minutes are attached for endorsement:

 

1.   Minutes of the Ordinary Council meeting held on 26 May 2020.

2.   Minutes of the Extraordinary Council meeting held on 9 June 2020.

 

ITEM 8 - AUDIT, RISK AND IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

For Council to review and adopt the minutes from the Audit, Risk and  Improvement Committee Meeting.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.5.c - Comply with internal audit requirements

Annexures

1.  ARIC Meeting Minutes - 3 June 2020    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT\AUDIT\AUDIT RISK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE (ARIC) - 1130637

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council adopt the minutes from the meeting of the Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee held 3 June 2020.

 

Department Leader - Governance & Corporate Performance's REPORT

 

The Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee met 3 June 2020, the minutes of the meeting are attached for adoption and for the information of Councillors.

 

ITEM 9 - JUNE 2020 LOCAL TRAFFIC COMMITTEE MEETING

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

For Council to ratify the recommendations of the committee

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.1.a - Provide quality administrative support and governance to councillors and residents

Annexures

1.  04 June 2020_ Minutes

2.  Orange Rally 2020    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\CORPORATE MANAGEMENT\MEETINGS\TRAFFIC COMMITTEES - 1130934

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council ratify the recommendations from the June 2020 Local Traffic Committee meeting.

 

 

Department Leader - Assets & Technical Support's REPORT

 

Item 1 - Classic Outback Trial 2020;  Road Closure Waterhole Creek Road between Reedy Creek Road and Mackeys Creek Road on 11August 2020 (8.00am-1.00pm)

 

THAT Council approve the request subject to:

·    Implementation of the Risk Management Plan and Traffic Management Plan, in accordance with the "Guide to Traffic and Transport Management for Special Events" (RTA, v3.5 August 2018) for a Class 3 event;

·    NSW Road Rules being observed by participants at all times;

·    Written Approval being obtained from NSW Police;

·    Written Approval being obtained from all affected Local Government Authorities;

·    Council being provided with an updated copy of the $20M Public Liability Insurance Policy indicating Cabonne Council's interests with the date and location of the event;

·    The event organiser notifying all emergency services of the event;

·    The event organiser notifying the residents by letterbox drop and publishing in the local newspaper including all relevant signage;- Optional for some events

·    The event organiser debriefing Council on the event. This includes notifying Council of all incidents or near misses that occur during the event.

·    The event organiser provides council with a Traffic Control Plan relating to the proposed road closures and that council agree to those plans’.

 

  Item 2 -Speeding of Heavy Vehicles on Edward Street Molong

 

·    Council to conduct traffic counts for Edward Street and Watson Street

·    Further investigation by Transport for NSW.

 

Item 3 - Concealed Driveway signs 3-5 Winderra Drive

 

·    Council to install concealed driveway signs on either side of the properties 3 & 5 Windera Drive.

·    TfNSW to provide advice on Installation of advisory speed sign of 45 Km/h and to assess curves to see if they warrant ‘Winding Road’ ahead signs on Windera Drive.

 

Item 4 - Molong CBD Traffic- Community Consultation

 

·    Council delaying Installation of 40km/h High Pedestrian Activity sign in Bank Street Molong whilst exploring tactile features and pursuing funding.

 

Item 5 -Vittoria Road – Speeding of Heavy Vehicles

 

·    Council to remove existing 10T load limit (through traffic only) sign and hold off on new signage until works complete.

·    TfNSW to assess load limit signs on highway and side streets.

·    Council to consult with Blayney Council to make sure higher loads can still be catered for in their area.

Item 6 - Signage update Miskell, Rosser, Gordon and Fenton Roads at Guyong

 

·    Council to notify TfNSW that development of road safety project on Mitchell Hwy between Bathurst and Orange at Guyong is acknowledged.

·    Accepted the change of existing Give Way signs at Miskell, Rosser and Gordon Roads to Stop signs as per the designs.

·    Accepted closing access for Fenton Road to the Highway and upgrade Rosser Road intersection.

 

Item 7 - Road safety review on Ophir Crown Land Reserve

 

·    TfNSW has taken up speed zone review for next financial year for Ophir Road through Ophir Reserve. 10km/h shared zone traversing the Causeway is included in review process. Council to put traffic counters on Road.

 

Item 8 - Speed Review on Moorbel Dr, Moorbel

 

·    Signage on Moorbel Dr to lower the speed limit to 80km/h along Moorbel Drive from Belubula Way for 2km, then return to the default 100km/h speed limit to the intersection of Cargo Road was completed on 03-06-2020. Square Road, is now zoned at 80km/h.

 

Item 9- Burrendong Way Safety Audit

 

·    Council acknowledged the Safety Audit done on Burrendong Way.

 

Item 10 - Speeding of Heavy Vehicles on Castle Street Molong

 

·    Council to install traffic counters to assess the area to ensure speed signage is up to standard, or if additional repeater signs are warranted. 

·    To forward to future LTC when data obtained.

 

Item 11 - Truck parking at Morris Park Canowindra

 

·    Council to consider a non-standard advisory sign of ‘Heavy Vehicles Maximum 1hr Parking ‘at Morris Park, Canowindra.

 

 

General Discussion:

Orange Rally Event 2020: 

Council to issue a letter indicating an approval for the new date being Nov 7, 2020 to event organisers.

 

E-LTC items:

Orange Rally Event 2020 (Forest Rally)

Council acknowledged the approval for event on 23 May 2020 by E-LTC

 

Orange Cycling Club 2020 Road Racecourse

Council acknowledged the approval for event on 7 March 2020 - Woods Lane RR,

28 March 2020, 18 April 2020 and 15 August 2020 - Old Canobolas road Climb by E_LTC.

 

 

ITEM 10 - SPONSORSHIP POLICY

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

For Council to adopt the draft Sponsorship Policy

Policy Implications

Initial policy adoption.

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.4.1.c - Provide assistance to community groups

Annexures

1.  DRAFT - Sponsorship Policy    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT\REPORTING\COUNCIL REPORTS - 1130210

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council adopt the Sponsorship Policy

 

Acting Leader - Community & Economy's REPORT

 

At the 28 April 2020 Council meeting Council resolved:

 

“THAT Council endorse the draft Sponsorship Policy and place the draft policy on public exhibition.”

 

As advised at the April meeting the draft Sponsorship Policy establishes a framework under which Council may enter into a sponsorship agreement,  ensures that any agreements are assessed and managed through a sponsorship approval, reporting and acquittal process, ensures the level of commitment aligns with annual Budget allocations, and aligns with Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting framework, including the Long Term Financial Plan, Annual Budget, Delivery Program and Operational Plan.

 

This policy applies to sponsorship agreements entered into by Cabonne Council and applies to Councillors and employees of the Council, as well those organisations and businesses wishing to enter into sponsorship agreements with Council.

 

It is proposed that requests for sponsorship are to be assessed according to the following key principles:

 

·    Identified economic, social and cultural benefits to the Cabonne Local Government Area;

·    Alignment with Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting framework, including the Long Term Financial Plan, Annual Budget, Delivery Program and Operational Plan; and

·    Compatibility with Council’s objectives and values.

·    Risk Assessment, considering financial viability and guarantees, conflicts of interest, returns on investment, potential of adverse impact on the environment and potential of risk to Council’s reputation.

 

Requests for sponsorship are separate to Council’s Events Assistance Program and community donations program.

 

Types of Sponsorship

 

Council will consider three levels of sponsorship:

 

1.   Gold for large events with a significant demonstrated economic benefit for the Cabonne Local Government Area where Council has the naming rights or is one of the major sponsors.

 

2.   Silver for large events with a significant demonstrated economic benefit for the Cabonne Local Government Area; emerging events with the potential to deliver significant economic benefits; or large community events where Council has a high profile as a sponsor.

 

3.   Bronze for large events with a significant demonstrated economic benefit for the Cabonne Local Government Area; emerging events with the potential to deliver significant economic benefits; or large community events where Council has a lower profile as a sponsor.

 

Governance

In accordance with s.160 of the Local Government Act 1993 Council placed the draft policy on public exhibition, with no comments being received.

 

Given there has been no objection to the policy contents, it is recommended that Council now adopt the Sponsorship Policy.

 

ITEM 11 - MOLONG RECREATION AREAS - DRAFT MASTERPLANS

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To provide council of information relating to the Molong Recreation Areas Draft Masterplans

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

2.3.1.b - Continue to work with state, regional and local business groups to identify and implement assistance strategies and programs

Annexures

1.  Dr Ross Recreation Ground

2.  Hunter Caldwell

3.  Showground    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT\LIAISON\MOLONG ADVANCEMENT GROUP - MAG - 1131372

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council place the three draft Molong Recreational Ground Master Plans on 28 day exhibition seeking further public feedback.

 

General Manager's REPORT

 

Council has collaborated with the Molong Advancement Group in the development of three master plans for the key recreational areas in the Molong township being the Molong Showground – Golf Club Precinct, Hunter Caldwell Precinct and the Doctor Ross Memorial Precinct (known as the Molong Rec).

 

There has been a high level of interest and participation in this master planning process from key stakeholders throughout the project, facilitated by Sala4D consultants.  The initial workshops held for the precincts at the Molong RSL the 13 November, 2019 were very well attended, and it has been from these interactive sessions that the subject draft plans have been developed.

 

The draft plans have subsequently undergone additional consultation in their current forms with representatives from key user groups at workshops held on 9 June 2020 at the Council Chambers and 16 June 2020 at Molong RSL. Sala4D consultants also briefed Council on the draft plans at its last workshop held on 9 June 2020.

 

Council and the Molong Advancement Group will now seek feedback and submissions from the wider community with regard to the draft master plans and proposes to place them on public exhibition in line with Council’s Community Participation Plan.

 

 

 

ITEM 12 - ADOPTION OF INTEGRATED PLANNING AND REPORTING DOCUMENTATION

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To adopt council's 2020/2021 budget and Operational PLan

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Budget implications will be included in the Long Term Financial Plan, as part of the requirements for Integrated Planning and Reporting.

IPR Linkage

4.5.2.c - Engage with community to determine future needs & objectives

Annexures

1.  Operational Plan 2020/21

2.  Budget 2020/21

3.  Long Term Financial Plan 2020/21

4.  Fees and Charges Report 2020/21    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\CORPORATE MANAGEMENT\PLANNING\INTEGRATED PLANNING AND REPORTING 2020-2021 - 1130535

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT council adopt the Draft Operational Plan 2020/2021, including Part 1 – Activities, and Part 2 – Financials (including Fees and Charges), and the Long Term Financial Plan.

 

Deputy General Manager - Cabonne Services REPORT

 

The Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework was introduced by the NSW Office of Local Government in 2009.  The Framework consists of a Community Strategic Plan (CSP), Delivery Program (DP), an Operational Plan (OP) and associated financials (Budget) and a Resourcing Strategy which is comprised of a Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP), a Workforce Management Plan (WMP), and a suite of Asset Management Plans (AMPs). These are the guiding documents for the remainder of the term for the current council.

 

On this occasion council is only considering the 2020/21 Operational Plan, which includes part 1 - the activities, and part 2 - the financials.

 

The Operational Plan is a one year document which outlines and funds specific activities for 2020/2021. This includes a full list of council’s fees and charges which contains all of council’s Water, Sewer, Domestic Waste Management and Stormwater charges.

 

At its ordinary meeting on 28 April 2020 Council resolved to place the 2020/21 Operational Plan on public exhibition for 28 days concluding on 31 May 2020. Council received nil submissions by its extra-ordinary meeting held on 9 June 2020.

 

Overall the 2020/2021 Operational Plan:

 

·    Maintains services at existing levels. There are no new services or discontinued services.

 

·    Allows for a significant capital works and major projects program valued at $22 million. This program will be added to with re-votes and carry forwards from 2019/2020. Broadly the major areas of spending are:

 

§ Local Road Construction                     $5.5 million

§ Regional Road Construction               $1.4 million

§ Plant                                                        $2.9 million

§ Footpath, kerb and guttering               $390,000

§ IT Infrastructure                                     $450,000

§ Pool Upgrades                                       $ 74,000

§ Community centre development          $1.5 million

§ Water fund infrastructure & projects    $650,000

§ Sewer fund infrastructure & projects    $180,000

§ Community interest projects                  $4.5 million

           

·    Allows for an increase in rate levies and waste management charges of 2.6%, and CPI increases in water and sewer charges of 1.7%.

 

·    Is partially funded by nett transfers from reserves of $5.7 million.

 

Spending in this budget is in line with the LTFP, which has been re-calibrated to include this budget.

 

A copy of the amended Operational Plan, Budget and Fees and Charges are attached for the information of councillors.

 

 

 

ITEM 13 - MAKING OF RATES AND CHARGES FOR 2020/2021

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To formally make the Rates and Charges for 2020/2021

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Levy the 2020/2021 Rates and Charges

IPR Linkage

4.5.5.j Provide, maintain and develop financial services and systems to accepted standards - satisfying regulatory and customer requirements

Annexures

1.  Fees and Charges Report

2.  Rating Summary 2020 2021    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT\BUDGETING\CABONNE COUNCIL ANNUAL BUDGET - 1130266

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council:

 

1.  Approve the definitions relating the various Rating Categories in the Rating Summary attached to the report, and

2.  Make the Rates for 2020/2021, in accordance with Council resolution, of the rates included in the table listed below.

RATE

Rate in $

 Minimum

Farmland

0.00302158

 $             478.00

Residential

0.00342600

 $             478.00

Residential - Canowindra Town

0.01104000

 $             612.55

Mining

0.05419190

 $             478.00

Business

0.00342600

 $             478.00

Business - Molong Town

0.00342600

 $             478.00

Business- Canowindra Town

0.01104000

$             612.55

 

 

3.   Adopt the charges as per pages 10-21 of Council’s Fees and Charges for 2020/2021 as referenced in the report.

 

4.   In accordance with Section 566(3) of the Local Government Act 1993,       adopt the maximum rate of interest to apply to outstanding rates and charges for the 2020/2021 rating year, will be 0.0% for 1 July 2020 to 31 December 2020. The interest rate to apply for 1 January 2021 to 30 June 2021 will be 7.0%.

 

Senior Rates Officer's REPORT

 

This report is presented to Council to formally make the rates, and adopt fees for Water, Sewer, Domestic Waste Management and the Stormwater Levy, for 2020/2021, as required by the Local Government Act, 1993.

 

The definitions relating to the various Rating Categories are explained in the Rating Summary attached to this report.

 

Formal notification of the maximum interest rate allowable for overdue Rates and Charges, has been received from the Office of Local Government. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the interest rate will have two different percentages for 2020/2021. For the period 1 July 2020 to 31 December 2020 it will be 0.0%. The period 1 January 2021 to 30 June 2021 will be 7.0%.

 

ITEM 14 - EVENTS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

For Council to consider applications for funding under the 2019/2020 Events Assistance Program

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

$500 to to be funded from the 2019 - 2020 Events Assistance Program

IPR Linkage

4.4.1.c - Provide assistance to community groups

Annexures

1.  Canowindra Phoenix - Event Assistance Program Application - Christmas in July Canowindra    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES\PROGRAMS\EVENTS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 2019 - 2020 - 1131615

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council approve:

 

1.   Funding of $500 to the Canowindra Phoenix for the Christmas in July promotion 2020.

 

 

 

Leader - Community & Economy's REPORT

 

Council has received one application under the 2019/2020 Events Assistance Program (EAP).

 

Council’s Tourism and Community Development Coordinator has provided the following assessments.

 

 

Application 1

 

Organisation:                     The Canowindra Phoenix

Event:                                   Canowindra Christmas in July

Date:                                     1 - 31 July 2020

Requested Amount:          $500

Reason for Funding:        Contribution towards marketing and the purchase of Local award prizes

 

Event Description:

 

Canowindra Christmas in July is all about dressing up the main street with Christmas decoration window displays with the aim to attract visitation to Canowindra.

All shop owners and businesses are encouraged to participate and dress up their windows in a festive theme. This year again will include a Children’s Colouring-In competition.

 

The Christmas in July project has previously reported to attract many visitors to Canowindra by day and night to view the window displays and support local businesses who have experience an increase trade.

 

As COVID-19 restrictions are being eased the Christmas in July event will help to reinforce to visitors that Canowindra is now open for business and welcoming visitors. This initiative will help the town’s image as an exciting ‘must see tourist’ destination during the colder winter months.

 

The Canowindra Phoenix newspaper is a free community publication that takes pride in supporting local business and community.

 

Assessment

 

Canowindra’s Christmas in July meets the Events Assistance funding program objectives of a developing event that attracts visitation with an expected 1,500 to 2,000 visitors to the town over the month of July.

 

Council provided $500 under EAP funding to support the initiative in 2019. The level of funding for a developing event within this category is a maximum of up to $500.

 

It is recommended that $500 is an appropriate contribution.

 

 

 

Events Assistance Program Expenditure

 

2019-2020 Original  Funding Allocation                                    $53,803

 

 

23 July               Canowindra Baroquefest                                         $2,000

23 July               Melbourne Cup Visits Yeoval                                  $2,000

23 July               Canobolas Endurance Riders                                $1,000

23 July               The Canowindra Phoenix Christmas in July        $500

27 August          2019 Orange Wine Festival                                     $5,000

27 August          PINK UP Molong                                                       $2,000

27 August          NSW Disc Golf Championships                             $500

24 September   Australian National Field Days                               $2,500

24 September   Eugowra Murals Weekend                                      $2,000

24 September   Fanny Lumsden Country Halls Tour                      $500

24 September   Molong’s Banjo Paterson’s Dinner                        $1,000

22 October        Molong Bowling Club                                               $1,500

22 October        Manildra Christmas Party                                        $1,000

12 November    Roundhouse Entertainment Day on the Green    $20,000

26 November    Australian Stock horse Society Camp                            $2,400

26 November    Cumnock Long White Lunch                                  $1,000

26 November    Banjo Paterson Poetry Festival                              $1,000

26 November    Bite Riot Orange Apple Festival                             $1,000

26 November    Mullion Creek Christmas Party                               $400

26 November    CCTAC Christmas Lights Competition                  $500

17 December    FOOD WEEK                                                             $5,000

17 December    Rally till it Rains                                                         $1,000

25 February       Molong SMARTS Festival                                       $500

25 February       Australian 3 Day Orienteering Championship     $500

25 February       Garingal Orienteers in Eugowra                             $500

25 February       Canowindra International Balloon Challenge      $30,000

 

Total Expenditure                                                                                $85,300

 

Funds Remaining                                                                                $-26,497*

 

*A Quarterly Budget Review adjustment will be undertaken to reflect an increase in EAP allocations in 2019-2020, principally for Roundhouse Entertainment Day on the Green and Canowindra International Balloon Challenge.

 

 

ITEM 15 - ORANGE REGIONAL BICYCLE TOURISM PROJECT PROPOSAL

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Seek Council's endorsement of the Orange 360 Growing Local Economies Funding Proposal to establish a Regional Bicycle Tourism Route

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

The program continues over five succesive financial years, committing Council to $3,600,000 in co-contribution work.

IPR Linkage

2.3.1.b - Continue to work with state, regional and local business groups to identify and implement assistance strategies and programs

Annexures

1.  Orange 360 Report    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORT\PLANNING\BIKE PLAN - 1130913

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council endorse the Orange 360 Regional Bicycle Tourism Project proposal and agree to the submission of a grant application by Orange 360 for funding the delivery of the project.

 

Deputy General Manager - Cabonne Infrastructure's REPORT

 

BACKGROUND

Council has received from Orange 360, a draft project management plan for the delivery of the Orange Regional Bicycle Project. Orange 360 intends to apply for funding from the New South Wales State Government under the Growing Local Economies fund.

 

The proposal seeks to take advantage of current trends in cycle tourism, and seeks to construct new cycle linkages to places of interest in the Blayney, Cabonne and Orange local government areas.

 

Originally, the intent of the project was to connect Orange to the outer most townships of the Orange 360 area, encouraging cycling enthusiasts to the area, presenting a series of challenging rides, or recreational experiences. The project has evolved from this original intent with particular concern raised with widening state roads, and the risk of interactions with inexperienced cyclists.

 

As a result, the scope of works has been modified to connect places of interest in the vicinity of Orange City, with further plans to be developed to a state of shovel readiness, to achieve the original scope.

 

PROPOSAL SUMMARY

The proposal within the project plan is to construct a combination of off-road cycle paths, shoulder improvements for cycle safety, active transport works and supporting activities.

 

Under the program, there are three components proposed to be delivered:

 

Regional tourism bicycle network - linking communities and places of interest, as well as food and wine establishments across the three local government areas.

 

Active Transport local connections – Delivering the priority actions within the Active Transport Bike Plan to deliver local connections and encourage cycling and walking locally.

 

Activities to support success – Includes regional signage, bike racks, maps and apps for guidance, strategic marketing project management and planning for growth of the network.

 

The total value of the program is $27,836,000. Of this program, it is proposed to seek $20,798,000 in funding under NSW Growing Local Economies, and a contribution of $7,038,000 from the three Councils combined.

 

As it relates to Cabonne, projects costs and funding is as follows:

Total Project Cost               $8,370,600

Contribution by Council     $3,600,000

Funding Sought                   $4,770,600

 

The contribution by Council is proposed to be subsidised by Council’s application of funding under the NSW Active Transport Funding. The program contributes 50% of project funds to those projects that are successful, but is on a competitive application basis.

 

Regional tourism bicycle network

The proposed project management plan, cites that the first project component:

 

Seeks to grow the existing cycle path routes that provide connectivity and increase access to wine, food and tourism venues and facilities. The network will add to the opportunities for racing cyclists to mountain bikers to leisure riders, from family friendly rides to those wanting to experience the many natural features of the area.

 

The three Councils have routes that exist within their own Local Government Areas, but provide connectivity to support this description.

 

Orange

Phillip Street – Kinross SF Connection

400m gravel path

$260,000

Agrestic Grocer Link

Concrete path

$414,000

Huntly Road Safety Improvements

Safety upgrades to on-road route including road shoulder construction sealing at selected locations and culvert extensions

$940,000

Lucknow Link

Safety upgrades to on-road route including road shoulder construction sealing at selected locations and culvert extensions

 

$623,000

Pinnacle Loop – Safety Upgrades

Safety upgrades to on-road route including road shoulder construction sealing at selected locations and culvert extensions

$1,175,000

Ken Rawle Park Under Rail Linkage

1.3km of 2.5m wide concrete shared path and boardwalks

$693,000

Lake Canobolas Gravel Path Link to MTB (OCC asset within Cabonne LGA)

Gravel path upgrade and widening to 2.5m

$60,000

 

Cabonne

Spring Hill Road – Forest Road Safety Improvement

Safety upgrades to on-road route including road shoulder construction, sealing and culvert extensions

$1,248,000

Pinnacle Road to Mt Canobolas Safety Improvements

Safety upgrades to on-road route including road shoulder construction, sealing and culvert extensions

$326,400

Lake Canobolas Road – Nashdale Lane – Heifer Station Lane road Safety Improvements and new footpath

Safety upgrades to on-road route including road shoulder construction sealing at selected locations and culvert extensions, establish new footpath and new footbridge

$1,431,600

 

Blayney

Spring Hill Road Safety Improvements

Safety upgrades to on-road route including road shoulder construction, sealing and culvert extensions

$235,000

Village Link – Safety Improvements

Safety upgrades to on-road route including road shoulder construction, sealing and culvert extensions

$2,217,000

 

Cabonne Council will be responsible for maintaining the new path infrastructure that is within the Local Government Area. This is estimated to require an increase in footpath funding of $8,000 per annum, including depreciation and maintenance expenditure.

 

Active Transport Local Connections

The proposed project management plan, cites that the second project component:

 

Each council has prepared an Active Transport Plan – Bike Plan… The cycling network provides defined routes to travel around the local government area in a safe manner. The cycling network is comprised of off-road footpaths, at times with shared facilities for both cyclists and pedestrians, as well as some on road paths.

 

Council has a draft Active Transport Plan – Bike Plan, which has been subject to consultation with the community. This draft plan will be brought to Council’s June 2020 meeting for acceptance prior to undertaking public exhibition.

 

The Bike Plan includes a quantum of works, totaling approximately $16,541,000. This value of work has doubled from the first draft, however, there is a higher degree of comfort in this draft that major routes of significance to the community are included and accounted for in the future plans.

 

In developing a program for construction, a basis of equity has been used, whereby funding of programs in Canowindra and Molong have been suggested to be larger than those of the other townships. Given this principle, the following allocations are suggested per township:

 

Township

Program Cost

Canowindra

$ 1,163,700

Cargo

$    500,900

Cudal

$    491,000

Cumnock

$    349,500

Eugowra

$    477,900

Manildra

$    469,900

Molong

$ 1,016,100

Mullion Creek

$    383,700

Yeoval

$    507,300

Total Program Active Transport Connections

$ 5,360,000

 

The programs for each town have been attached to this report and have been based on the top priorities as indicated in the Bike Plan. The rationale for this is that it provides the best probability for gaining contributions from the State Government under the Active Transport Funding Program.

 

Cabonne Council will be responsible for funding the whole of life costs for the new footpaths it constructs under the proposal. It is estimated that $32,000 per annum will be required to fund the bike path extensions, which includes depreciation and maintenance expense.

 

Activities to support success

The proposed project management plan, cites that the third project component consists of:

 

·    A trail network that is consistent

This will include designing for the future further reaching bicycle paths to other areas

·    Clear and reliable signage and interpretation

Provision of consistent signage along the regional routes

·    Cyclist friendly villages and cities through which cyclist pass

Installation of water stations, bike racks and rest areas

·    Information

Creation of collateral to promote the bicycle routes and attract visitors

The project plan discusses in overarching detail these programs, but is not specific with on the ground deliverables. The budget for this program is $2,500,000.

 

Project Management and Contingency

The project plan includes items for project management and contingency to the value of 10% each item ($2,783,600 each item). Given the level of engineering planning that has gone into these projects, particularly the regional cycle routes, this should remain unchanged as it does pose a risk to the project should unidentified issues arise during design and construction.

 

CONSIDERATION OF FUNDING RISK

Council’s current program for footpath construction is $320,000 per annum, which can be considered affordable under Council’s long term financial plan. The proposed project plan for the Active Transport component, will require Council to contribute approximately $400,000 per annum more than it is currently afforded, with a total program of $720,000 per annum ($3,600,000 over the five years of the program).

 

Whilst Council can subsidise this contribution through application of funding under the Active Transport program (through Transport for New South Wales), this funding is made available through a competitive application process, and cannot be guaranteed of success.

 

Were both the Growing Local Economies and Active Transport Funding program to be successful (best case scenario), the following funding arrangements would result:

 

Funding Source

Amount

Proportion of Funding

Growing Local Economies

1,764,600

32%

Active Transport

1,800,000

34%

Council Contribution

1,800,000

34%

Total

5,360,000

100%

 

In the best case scenario of this funding being successful, Council would only need to bridge a $40,000 difference as the co-contribution under the program. This would provide the benefit of saving the Council approximately $882,000 in capital investment and accelerate the delivery of the Bike Plan by approximately 9 years.

 

In the worst case, were Council to commit to the Regional Bicycle Tourism Project, but not be able to access Active Transport Funding, Council would need to fund $1,800,000 from its own sources to satisfy the funding deed. This would require an additional $400,000 per annum above what is currently already allocated to funding of footpaths, and would need to be funded through other Council programs.

 

Mitigation of the risk of not achieving funding under the Active Transport Plan can be mitigated by ensuring top priority projects under the draft Bike Plan are included (which has been completed) and, co-founding from another source (in this case the Growing Local Economies) that will provide more ‘bang for buck’.

 

ITEM 16 - PEDESTRIAN ACCESS AND MOBILITY PLAN (PAMP) AND BIKE PLAN

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

For Council to place the draft PAMP and Bike Plan on public exhibition.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

1.1.6.e - Undertake Footpath Program

Annexures

1.  Active Transport Plan - PAMP

2.  Active Transport Plan - Bike Plan    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORT\PLANNING\PEDESTRIAN ACCESS AND MOBILITY PLAN - PAMP - 1130766

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council

1.  Receive the draft Active Transport Plan - Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) and place on public exhibition for a minimum of 28 days.

2.  Receive the draft Active Transport Plan - Bike Plan and place on public exhibition for a minimum of 28 days.

3.  That a further report be provided to council following the conclusion of the public exhibition period.

 

Department Leader - Assets & Technical Support's REPORT

 

Council has engaged Constructive Solutions to review and update Cabonne’s Active Transport Plans - Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) and Bike Plan. Constructive Solutions has finalised draft versions of both plans. The consultant has undertaken consultation with the community and identified the needs of the community with regards to issues for cyclists, pedestrians and accessibility.

 

Regarding community consultation, Constructive Solutions conducted a public survey from 30 August until 29 September 2019. The aim of the survey was to ascertain the needs and concerns of each community. A round of community meetings also took place over 10 March 2020 to 13 March 2020 in the townships of Molong, Eugowra and Canowindra and the feedback received have been incorporated into the draft plans.

 

It is recommended that these plans, included in the Annexures, be placed on public exhibition to enable feedback from the community and stakeholders before adopting the finalised plans incorporating this feedback.

 

 

 

ITEM 17 - NAMING OF NEW BRIDGE ON EURIMBLA ROAD, CUMNOCK

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To seek Council approval to proceed with naming process.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

1.1.4.c - Local road bridge construction undertaken

Annexures

1.  Cumnock Progress Association request

2.  Request for naming of Eurimbla Bridge    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\ROADS and BRIDGES\NAMING\BRIDGES - 1130767

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council

1.  Commence the public exhibition process to name the newly constructed bridge on Eurimbla Road, Cumnock as “Montgomery Bridge” in accordance with Geographical Names Board of NSW Policy on Place Naming as described in this report.

2.  Notify the relevant NSW agencies and seek concurrency with the proposed naming of the bridge.

3.  Proceed with the naming of the bridge if no submissions are received within 28 days of exhibition.

 

Department Leader - Assets & Technical Support's REPORT

Council has received requests from Cumnock and District Progress Association as well as from Ms Carol Kerr (daughter of the late Tom Montgomery) to name the newly constructed bridge on Eurimbla Road Cumnock as “Montgomery Bridge” honoring Tom Montgomery’s involvement in constructing many bridges and culverts within the shire of Cabonne during his long term employment with the Council. This newly constructed bridge is about 1.1km from Obley Street Cumnock on Eurimbla Road.

The request letters to name the bridge have been included in the Annexures.

Tom Montgomery started employment with Molong Council in the early 1950s as Bridge Ganger and then continued with Cabonne Council. Mr Montgomery built and maintained many bridges and culverts within the shire during his long-term employment with the Council. Mr Montgomery died on the day he retired from Cabonne Council in 1981.

After checking with the Geographical Names Board, the proposed name “Montgomery Bridge” is available. It is recommended that council approve this proposed bridge name for further processing in accordance with Geographical Names Board of NSW Policy on Place Naming.

 

 

ITEM 18 - CABONNE LOCAL STRATEGIC PLANNING STATEMENT

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To advise council of details of the Cabonne Local Strategic Planning Statement for adoption.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.3.a - Assess and determine planning and development applications to foster community growth within the shire

Annexures

1.  Cabonne Local Strategic Planning Statement    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\LAND USE AND PLANNING\POLICY\LOCAL STRATEGIC PLANNING STATEMENT - 1127860

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council adopt the Cabonne Local Strategic Planning Statement and post it on the NSW Planning Portal and Council Website                   

 

DEPARTMENT LEADER OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES REPORT

 

The NSW Government made changes to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 in 2018 that required NSW Councils to prepare and adopt a Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS). A LSPS must include or identify the following—

(a)  the basis for strategic planning in the area, having regard to economic, social and environmental matters,

(b)  the planning priorities for the area that are consistent with any strategic plan applying to the area and (subject to any such strategic plan) any applicable community strategic plan under section 402 of the Local Government Act 1993,

(c)   the actions required for achieving those planning priorities,

(d)  the basis on which the council is to monitor and report on the implementation of those actions.

 

Council approved the exhibition of a draft LSPS at the March 2020 meeting. During the exhibition period, Council received a total of twelve (12) submissions including six (8) from government agencies and five (5) from community groups or members. The issues raised in the submissions are summarised below: 

 

Submission From

Issues raised

How addressed

Department of Planning Industry and Environment – Western Region Planning Office

Setting of timelines for each action. Realignment of proposed actions to reflect the issues raised.

All issues addressed in the revised LSPS.

Department of Industry – Agriculture

Supportive of the proposed document especially in relation to highlighting

the importance of agriculture to the area.

No further action needed

Department of Industry – Fisheries

Outlined the information available from DPI- Fisheries in regard to Council to highlight the highlight the sensitivity of waterways and riparian zones for aquatic biodiversity.  

No further action deemed necessary.

Department of Health – Cancer Institute

Advocated for the increase in shade protection to improve skin cancer protection

The LSPS supports Councils tree planting program that will improve the shade protection for urban areas across the shire

Cancer Council

Advocated for the increase in shade protection to improve skin cancer protection

The  LSPS supports Councils tree planting program that will improve the shade protection for urban areas across the shire

Department of Premier and Cabinet- Heritage

Supported the proposed actions surrounding protection of heritage. Outlined the importance of engaging with the aboriginal community and encourage Council to do so if it hadn’t done already.

Council invited input from all the relevant Local Aboriginal Land Councils during the initial scoping of the report. Minor adjustments made to actions surrounding heritage.

Transport for NSW

Protection of key transport routes (including agricultural transport). Management of industry and sensitive land uses. Collaboration surrounding the Parkes SAP. Supports actions surrounding the provision of housing for older people in key urban areas close to existing infrastructure.

The recent Sub-Regional Rural and Industrial Strategy highlighted the importance of managing sensitive land uses around agricultural and industry. The LSPS proposes to enact the recommendations of the Strategy. A specific action was added to see how Council could capitalise on the Parkes SAP.

Environmental Protection Authority

Generally supportive of the LSPS.

No further action deemed necessary.

Climate Resilience and Net Zero Emissions Branch

Outlined minor adjustments to bring the LSPS into line with other strategic documents in the area.

Minor amendments made to the document to reflect CRANZE advice.

Molong Advancement Group

Generally supportive of the LSPS. Minor amendments/additions recommended.

Some amendments made to reflect the comments of MAG

Eugowra Steering Committee

Generally supportive of the LSPS. Recommended future studies to focus of individual towns rather than a shire wide approach.

Comments are noted and future studies will focus on individual villages rather than a shire wide approach.

Eugowra Promotion and Progress Association

Provided a list of considerations including residential land,  industrial land, improvements in access across the creek and Voluntary Flood Buy back scheme

The LSPS identified Eugowra as an area for potential growth on the back of the Parkes SAP. The provision of industrial land in Cabonne was addressed under the Sub-Regional Rural and Industrial Strategy. 

Mullion Creek and Districts Progress Association

Identified that Mullion Creek or Ophir was not identified on the map or in the list of localities.

Mullion Creek has been added to the document and Map.

M. Ogilvy

Outlined concerns around the provision of services in Mullion Creek and other concerns regarding consideration of Mullion creek as a village

Comments are noted. Priority 6 outlines improvements in infrastructure across the shire.

 

Once the LSPS is adopted, it will be posted to Council’s website as well as the NSW Planning Portal.

 

ITEM 19 - DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA2020/0147 DUAL OCCUPANCY AND BUILDING ENVELOPE VARIATION AT LOT 100 DP 1083822, 100 WOOLSHED LANE WINDERA

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To provide information to council on the development application DA2020/0147

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.3.a - Assess and determine planning and development applications to foster community growth within the shire

Annexures

1.  Draft Conditions of Consent DA2020 0147

2.  DA2020 0147 Site Plan    

File Number

\Development Applications\DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION\2020\03-2020-0147 - 1129455

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Development Application 2020/0147 for a Dual Occupancy at Lot 100 DP 1083822, 1 Woolshed Lane Windera be granted consent subject to the conditions attached.

 

 

Department Leader Development Services  REPORT

 

ADVISORY NOTES

Record of voting

In accordance with s375A of the Local Government Act 1993, a division is required to be called when a motion for a planning decision is put at a meeting of Council or a Council Committee.  A division under s375A of the Act is required when determining this planning application.

 

Political Disclosures

In accordance with s10(4) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, a person making a planning application to Council is required to disclose political donations and gifts made within 2 years prior to the submission of  the application and concluding when the application is determined.

 

In accordance with s10(4) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, a person making a public submission to Council in relation to a planning application made to Council is required to disclose political donations and gifts made within 2 years prior to the submission being made and concluding when the application is determined.

 

Political donations and gifts (if any) to be disclosed include:

·    All reportable political donations made to any local councillor or Council,

·    All gifts made to any local councillor or employee of the Council.

 

Nil planning application disclosures have been received.

 

Nil public submission disclosures have been received.

 

 

SUMMARY

 

The following report provides an assessment of the development application submitted for a Dual Occupancy at Lot 100 DP 1083822, 1 Woolshed Lane, Windera.  

 

The application is required to be determined by Council as the proposal involves the amendment to a building envelope that was in a subdivision initially approved by Council (DA2005/0071).

 

It is recommended that the application be approved subject to the attached conditions of consent.

 

Applicant: R, J & N Campbell

Owner:       J & C Campbell

Proposal:  Dual Occupancy (Detached)

Location:   Lot 100 DP 1083822, 1 Woolshed Lane, Windera

Zone:         R5 Large Lot Residential

 

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT

The applicant is seeking consent to construct a second dwelling on the subject lot (to make a Dual Occupancy being two dwellings on one lot). The dwelling is proposed to be on the western side of the existing shed on the subject lot. The dwelling is proposed to be 17.5m from the southern (side) boundary and approx. 50m from the eastern (primary) boundary.

The dwelling will comprise:

·    2 Bedrooms

·    Open Plan Kitchen, Living and Dining Room

·    Bathroom

·    Laundry

·    Alfresco

·    Attached Carport

·    2 x 5,000L water tanks.

The dwelling is proposed to be constructed on a concrete slab with metal sheet clad walls and a metal sheet roof.

The development proposes to place the dwelling outside of the current registered building envelope. The applicant has sought Council approval to adjust the building envelope to include the proposed dwelling. The amendment is minor including a 2.5m to the south and 8.8m to the west. A map of the revised site plan has been included as an attachment.

SITE

The subject site, Lot 100 DP 1083822, is a residential allotment on the western side of Woolshed Lane within the Windera Estate. The lot is 2Ha in area and contains and existing dwelling, outbuilding and water tanks.

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION

Section 1.7 - Application of Part 7 of the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 and Part 7A of the Fisheries Management Act 1994

Section 1.7 of the EP&A Act identifies that Part 7 of the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 (BC Act) and Part 7A of the Fisheries Management Act 1994 have effect in connection with terrestrial and aquatic environments.

There are four triggers known to insert a development into the Biodiversity Offset Scheme (i.e. the need for a BDAR to be submitted with a DA):

·    Trigger 1: development occurs in land mapped on the Biodiversity Values Map (OEH) (clause 7.1 of BC Regulation 2017);

·    Trigger 2: development involves clearing/disturbance of native vegetation above a certain area threshold (clauses 7.1 and 7.2 of BC Regulation 2017); or

·    Trigger 3: development is otherwise likely to significantly affect threatened species (clauses 7.2 and 7.3 of BC Act 2016).

The fourth trigger (development proposed to occur in an Area of Outstanding Biodiversity Value (clause 7.2 of BC Act 2016) is generally not applicable to the Cabonne LGA; as no such areas are known to occur in the LGA. No further comments will be made against the fourth trigger.

Trigger 1

The site is not mapped on the Biodiversity Values Map.

Trigger 2

The application does not seek to remove any vegetation, therefore the trigger for the clearing is not met.

Trigger 3

With regard to the third trigger, the test for determining whether proposed development is otherwise likely to significantly affect threatened species is listed in the BC Act 2016, under s7.3:

(a)     in the case of a threatened species, whether the proposed development or activity is likely to have an adverse effect on the life cycle of the species such that a viable local population of the species is likely to be placed at risk of extinction,

(b)     in the case of an endangered ecological community or critically endangered ecological community, whether the proposed development or activity:

(i)      is likely to have an adverse effect on the extent of the ecological community such that its local occurrence is likely to be placed at risk of extinction, or

(ii)     is likely to substantially and adversely modify the composition of the ecological community such that its local occurrence is likely to be placed at risk of extinction,

(c)     in relation to the habitat of a threatened species or ecological community:

(i)      the extent to which habitat is likely to be removed or modified as a result of the proposed development or activity, and

(ii)     whether an area of habitat is likely to become fragmented or isolated from other areas of habitat as a result of the proposed development or activity, and

(iii)    the importance of the habitat to be removed, modified, fragmented or isolated to the long-term survival of the species or ecological community in the locality,

(d)     whether the proposed development or activity is likely to have an adverse effect on any declared area of outstanding biodiversity value (either directly or indirectly),

(e)     whether the proposed development or activity is or is part of a key threatening process or is likely to increase the impact of a key threatening process.

Having regard to the above provisions, the development is unlikely to significantly affect threatened species or their habitats, nor is it likely to adversely impact upon any endangered or ecological communities. The land is not identified, nor declared as an area of outstanding biodiversity value. There are no observable habitat links/vegetation corridors to or from the land. The land is more or less surrounded by highly disturbed rural/urban environments with limited habitat potential. Given the characteristics of the site and the minimal level of habitat provided on the land, the proposed development does not involve key threatening processes that could threaten the survival or evolutionary development of a species.

In this regard, the development is considered to be satisfactory with respect to Section 7.3 of the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016.

Section 4.15

Section 4.15 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 requires Council to consider various matters, of which those pertaining to the application are listed below.

PROVISIONS OF ANY ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING INSTRUMENT s4.15(1)(a)(i)

Cabonne Local Environmental Plan 2012

Part 1 - Preliminary

Clause 1.2 - Aims of Plan

The broad aims of the LEP are set out under subclause 2.

(a)  to encourage development that complements and enhances the unique character and amenity of Cabonne, including its settlements, localities, and rural areas,

(b)   to provide for a range of development opportunities that contribute to the social, economic and environmental resources of Cabonne in a manner that allows present and future generations to meet their needs by implementing the principles of ecologically sustainable development,

(c)  to facilitate and encourage sustainable growth and development that achieves the following—

(i)   contributes to continued economic productivity, including agriculture, business, tourism, industry and other employment opportunities,

(ii)  allows for the orderly growth of land uses while minimising conflict between land uses within the relevant zone and land uses within adjoining zones,

(iii) encourages a range of housing choices and densities in planned urban and rural locations that is compatible with the residential and rural environment and meets the diverse needs of the community,

(iv) promotes the integration of land uses and transport to improve access and reduce dependence on private vehicles and travel demand,

(v)  protects, enhances and conserves agricultural land and the contributions that agriculture makes to the regional economy,

(vi) avoids or minimises adverse impacts on drinking water catchments to protect and enhance water availability and safety for human consumption,

(vii) protects and enhances places and buildings of environmental, archaeological, cultural or heritage significance, including Aboriginal relics and places,

(viii)         protects and enhances environmentally sensitive areas, ecological systems, and areas that have the potential to contribute to improved environmental, scenic or landscape outcomes.

The application is considered to be consistent with the aims of the Plan as discussed in the body of this report.

Clause 1.6 - Consent Authority

This clause establishes that, subject to the Act, Council is the consent authority for applications made under the LEP.

Clause 1.7 - Mapping

The subject site is identified on the LEP maps in the following manner:

Land zoning map

Land zoned R5 Large Lot Residential

Lot size map

Minimum lot size 2Ha

Heritage map

Not a heritage item or conservation area

Terrestrial Biodiversity Map

No biodiversity sensitivity on the subject land

Flood planning map

Not within a flood zone

Natural resource – karst map

Not within a karst area

Drinking water catchment map

Not within a drinking water catchment area

Riparian land and watercourse map, groundwater vulnerability map

Groundwater vulnerable

Contains identified riparian land/ watercourse

Land reservation acquisition map

Not Applicable

Those matters that are of relevance are addressed in detail in the body of this report.

Clause 1.9A - Suspension of Covenants, Agreements and Instruments

This clause provides that covenants, agreements and other instruments which seek to restrict the carrying out of development do not apply with the following exceptions.

·    covenants imposed or required by Council

·    prescribed instruments under Section 183A of the Crown Lands Act 1989

·    any conservation agreement under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974

·    any trust agreement under the Nature Conservation Trust Act 2001

·    any property vegetation plan under the Native Vegetation Act 2003

·    any biobanking agreement under Part 7A of the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995

·    any planning agreement under Division 6 of Part 4 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.

The subject lot is subject to a number of covenants pursuant to an 88B instrument under the Conveyancing Act 1919. Most notably, a building envelope is identified on the subject lot with the following restriction:

‘No building shall be erected on the subject land unless such building is erected within the dwelling envelope marked on the plan’

The restriction was required by Council to be placed upon the lot at the time of subdivision, with Council the person empowered to release, vary or modify restriction.

As part of the proposal, the applicant seeks approval to vary the restriction by extending the envelope 2.5m to the south and a maximum 8.8m to the west. In this instance it is recommended that Council agrees to the variation of the envelope to facilitate the development given the minor variation will have minimal impact on the amenity or surrounding environment. Should development consent be granted, it is recommended that it be granted as a ‘Deferred Commencement’ pursuant to 4.16(3) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 with registration of the amended building envelope being required prior to the enactment of the   

Part 2 - Permitted or Prohibited Development

Clause 2.1 - Land Use Zones and Clause 2.3 - Zone Objectives and Land Use Table

The subject site is located within the R5 Large Lot Residential zone. The proposed development is defined as a Dual Occupancy (Detached) under CLEP 2012 and is permitted with consent for this zone. This application is seeking consent.

 

Dual occupancy (detached) means 2 detached dwellings on one lot of land, but does not include a secondary dwelling.

 

Dwelling means a room or suite of rooms occupied or used or so constructed or adapted as to be capable of being occupied or used as a separate domicile.

 

Clause 2.3 of LEP 2012 references the Land Use Table and Objectives for each zone in LEP 2012. These objectives for land zoned R5 Large Lot Residential are as follows:

1 - Objectives of the R5 Large Lot Residential Zone

·   To provide residential housing in a rural setting while preserving, and minimising impacts on, environmentally sensitive locations and scenic quality.

·   To ensure that large residential lots do not hinder the proper and orderly development of urban areas in the future.

·   To ensure that development in the area does not unreasonably increase the demand for public services or public facilities.

·   To minimise conflict between land uses within this zone and land uses within adjoining zones.

Comment: The proposal is consistent with the R5 Large Lot Residential Zone

Part 3 - Exempt and Complying Development

The application is not exempt or complying development.

Part 4 - Principal Development Standards

No Principal Development Standards are applicable to the proposed development. 

Part 5 - Miscellaneous Provisions

 

5.16  - Subdivision of, or dwellings on, land in certain rural, residential or environment protection zones

A consent authority must take into account the matters specified below in determining whether to grant development consent to development on land to which this clause applies for either of the following purposes—

a)   subdivision of land proposed to be used for the purposes of a dwelling,

b)   erection of a dwelling.

The following matters are to be taken into account—

(a)  the existing uses and approved uses of land in the vicinity of the development,

(b)  whether or not the development is likely to have a significant impact on land uses that, in the opinion of the consent authority, are likely to be preferred and the predominant land uses in the vicinity of the development,

(c)  whether or not the development is likely to be incompatible with a use referred to in paragraph (a) or (b),

(d)  any measures proposed by the applicant to avoid or minimise any incompatibility referred to in paragraph (c).

Part 6 - Additional Local Provisions

6.2 - Stormwater Management

This clause applies to all industrial, commercial and residential zones and requires that Council be satisfied that the proposal:

(a)    is designed to maximise the use of water permeable surfaces on the land having regard to the soil characteristics affecting onsite infiltration of water

(b)    includes, where practical, onsite stormwater retention for use as an alternative supply to mains water, groundwater or river water; and

(c)     avoids any significant impacts of stormwater runoff on adjoining downstream properties, native bushland and receiving waters, or if that impact cannot be reasonably avoided, minimises and mitigates the impact.

The proposal has been designed to include permeable surfaces and includes onsite retention of stormwater through the use of rainwater tanks. It is therefore considered that the post development runoff levels will not exceed the predevelopment levels.

6.4 - Groundwater Vulnerability

This clause seeks to protect hydrological functions of groundwater systems and protect resources from both depletion and contamination. Large areas of the LGA, including the subject site, are identified with “Groundwater Vulnerability” on the Groundwater Vulnerability Map. This requires that Council consider:

(a)    whether or not the development (including any onsite storage or disposal of solid or liquid waste and chemicals) is likely to cause any groundwater contamination or have any adverse effect on groundwater dependent ecosystems, and

(b)    the cumulative impact (including the impact on nearby groundwater extraction for potable water supply or stock water supply) of the development and any other existing development on groundwater.

Furthermore, consent may not be granted unless Council is satisfied that:

(a)    the development is designed, sited and will be managed to avoid any significant adverse environmental impact, or

(b)    if that impact cannot be reasonably avoided - the development is designed, sited and will be managed to minimise that impact,

(c)     if that impact cannot be minimised - the development will be managed to mitigate that impact.

The proposal is not anticipated to involve the discharge of toxic or noxious substances and is therefore unlikely to contaminate the groundwater or related ecosystems. The proposal does not involve extraction of groundwater and will therefore not contribute to groundwater depletion. The design and siting of the proposal avoids impacts on groundwater and is therefore considered acceptable.

 

6.6 - Riparian Land and Watercourses

This clause seeks to preserve both water quality and riparian ecological health. The clause applies to land identified as a “Sensitive Waterway” on the Watercourse Map. The subject land contains such a waterway and therefore Council must consider whether or not the proposal:

(a)    is likely to have any adverse impact on the following:

(i)      the water quality and flows within a watercourse

(ii)     aquatic and riparian species, habitats and ecosystems of the watercourse

(iii)    the stability of the bed and banks of the watercourse

(iv)    the free passage of fish and other aquatic organisms within or along the watercourse

(v)     any future rehabilitation of the watercourse and its riparian areas, and

(b)     is likely to increase water extraction from the watercourse.

Additionally, consent may not be granted until Council is satisfied that:

(a)    the development is designed, sited and will be managed to avoid any significant adverse environmental impact, or

(b)    if that impact cannot be reasonably avoided - the development is designed, sited and will be managed to minimise that impact, or

(c)     if that impact cannot be minimised - the development will be managed to mitigate that impact.

The subject site does contain a sensitive waterway, with the proposal having a 20m setback to the intermittent waterway. A referral was sent to the Natural Resource Access Regulator as part of the Integrated Development approval. The NRAR raised no objection to the location of the building, however provided a number of conditions that are required to be satisfied to ensure that the development does not have an adverse impact on the riparian functions of the waterway or the quality of water.,

Overall, while there will always remain a risk to the waterway under extreme circumstances such as record storms and the like, it is considered that the risk of adverse impact can be appropriately managed to an acceptable level of risk.

Clause 6.8 - Essential Services

Clause 6.8 applies and states:

Development consent must not be granted to development unless the consent authority is satisfied that any of the following services that are essential for the proposed development are available or that adequate arrangements have been made to make them available when required:

(a)     the supply of water,

(b)     the supply of electricity,

(c)     the disposal and management of sewage,

(d)     storm water drainage or on-site conservation,

(e)     suitable road access.

In consideration of this clause, all utility services are available to the land and adequate for the proposal.

STATE ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING POLICIES

State Environmental Planning Policy 55  Remediation of Land

State Environmental Planning Policy 55 - Remediation of Land (SEPP 55) is applicable. Pursuant to Clause 7 Contamination and remediation to be considered in determining development application:

(1)     A consent authority must not consent to the carrying out of any development on land unless:

(a)     it has considered whether the land is contaminated, and

(b)     if the land is contaminated, it is satisfied that the land is suitable in its contaminated state (or will be suitable, after remediation) for the purpose for which the development is proposed to be carried out, and

(c)     if the land requires remediation to be made suitable for the purpose for which the development is proposed to be carried out, it is satisfied that the land will be remediated before the land is used for that purpose.

Comment: The subject site has historically been used for residential or agricultural land uses with no known contaminating land uses being undertaken on the subject site. Therefore, Council considers that the subject site is suitable for the proposed development in its current state without the need for further investigations.

State Environmental Planning Policy (Koala Habitat Protection) 2019

Cabonne Council is identified within the SEPP Koala Habitat Protect schedule as having koala habitat.  The applicant has not addressed the SEPP; however, the subject land is generally cleared and the proposed development will not impact upon any existing vegetation.  There are no known sightings of koalas in the locality, or sources of koala habitat. Further to this the location of the proposed development is not mapped on the Koala Habitat Protection mapping.

PROVISIONS OF ANY DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING INSTRUMENT THAT HAS BEEN PLACED ON EXHIBITION 4.15(1)(a)(ii)

From 31 January to 13 April 2018 the Department of Planning and Environment publically exhibited an Explanation of Intended Effect (EIE) and Draft Planning Guidelines for the proposed Remediation of Land SEPP, which will repeal and replace State Environmental Planning Policy 55 – Remediation of Land (SEPP 55). Of particular note, the Draft Planning Guidelines state:

“In undertaking an initial evaluation, a planning authority should consider whether there is any known or potential contamination on nearby or neighbouring properties, or in nearby groundwater, and whether that contamination needs to be considered in the assessment and decision making process.”

“If the planning authority knows that contamination of nearby land is present but has not yet been investigated, it may require further information from the applicant to demonstrate that the contamination on nearby land will not adversely affect the subject land having regard to the proposed use.” (Proposed Remediation of Lands SEPP - Draft Planning Guidelines, Page 10).

The Draft SEPP requires in part that consideration be given to potential contamination on nearby or neighbouring properties and groundwater. Land adjoining the site is not identified or considered to be contaminated. The contamination status of neighbouring business lands will not impact on the modified development.

DESIGNATED DEVELOPMENT

The proposed development is not designated development.

INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT

The proposed development is identified as Integrated Development pursuant to clause 91 of the Water Management Act 2000. The application was referred to the Natural Resource Access Regulator seeking General Terms of Approval for the Development Application. GTA’s were issued by NRAR on 1 June 2020. The GTA’s are included in the draft conditions of consent for the development application. 

PROVISIONS OF ANY DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN s4.15(1)(a)(iii)

Development Control Plan

Development Control Plan No. 6: Small Rural Holdings (“the DCP”) applies to the subject land. An assessment of the proposed development against the relevant Planning Outcomes will be undertaken below.

4.0 Guidelines for Residential Use and Erection of Buildings

4.1 Development Consent

Development consent is sought for the relocation of the Dwelling house.

4.2 Siting of Dwelling and Associated Buildings

Given the unique circumstances of this lot, being divided by the creek line, the slightly reduced side setback (17.5m rather than the required 20m) is supported in this instance.

4.3 Access and Roading

Suitable vehicular access is available to the subject site. No upgrades are deemed necessary.

4.4 Water Supply

The application proposes to install a 60,000L water tank to cater for the 2 bedroom dwelling.

4.5 Disposal of Wastes

Wastes will be collected by the Council weekly waste collection.

4.6 Building Design

No concerns raised in regard to the design of the dwelling.

4.7 Ribbon Development

No concerns raised in regard to ribbon development.

4.8 Checklist of information

Noted.

4.9 Requirements for Transportable Dwellings

The dwelling is not defined as a transportable dwelling.

4.10 Disposal of Household and Farm Garage

Wastes will be collected by the Council weekly waste collection.

4.11 Privacy Considerations and Impact on Neighbours of New Buildings

No impacts identified given the proposed setbacks and distances to adjoining dwellings.

4.12 Electricity

Electricity is available and connected to the subject site. Extension of these services will not have an adverse impact on the subject site or surrounding area.

4.13 Protection of Buildings from Bushfire

The lot is not identified as bushfire prone, therefore no construction standards for bushfire protection are required.

PROVISIONS PRESCRIBED BY THE REGULATIONS s4.15(1)(a)(iv)

Demolition of a Building (clause 92)

The proposal does not involve the demolition of a building.

Fire Safety Considerations (clause 93)

The proposal does not involve a change of building use for an existing building.

Buildings to be Upgraded (clause 94)

The proposal does not involve the rebuilding, alteration, enlargement or extension of an existing building.

BASIX Commitments (clause 97A)

A BASIX Certificate has been submitted in support of the proposed development which demonstrates compliance with the relevant requirements for residential development.

THE LIKELY IMPACTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT s4.15(1)(b)

Context and Setting

The development is consistent with the rural residential character of the surrounding area. The development will not have an adverse impact on the context or setting of the subject site or surrounding area.

Traffic and Access

Only minor increases in traffic are expected as a result of this development. Increases in traffic will easily be accommodated by the local road network. Suitable access is available to the subject site. No upgrades are deemed necessary.

Flora and Fauna

The application does not seek to remove any vegetation (aside from a small amount of surface grasses). Given the small amount of vegetation to be removed, no adverse impacts are identified.

Utilities

All required utilities are connected to the subject site. The existing OSSMS is sufficient to cater for the additional dwelling without adversely impacting the subject site or surrounding area. 

THE SUITABILITY OF THE SITE s4.15(1)(c)

The proposed development is located in the R5 zone and is permissible with the consent of council. The suitability of the site has been addressed in the above sections of the report. The development of the site will not create significant adverse impacts on the context and setting of the area. Additionally, the development of the site will not detrimentally affect the adjoining land and is unlikely to lead to land use conflict.

ANY SUBMISSIONS MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ACT s4.15(1)(d)

The proposed development was exhibited to adjoining land owners for a period of 14 days in accordance with the requirements of the Cabonne Community Participation Plan. The exhibition period closed on the 29 May 2020, with no submission being received within this period.

PUBLIC INTEREST s4.15(1)(e)

The proposed development is considered to be of minor interest to the wider public due to the relatively localised nature of potential impacts. The proposal is not inconsistent with any relevant policy statements, planning studies, guidelines etc that have not been considered in this assessment.

SUMMARY

The proposed development is permissible with the consent of Council. The proposed development complies with the relevant aims, objectives and provisions of Cabonne Local Environmental Plan 2012 (as amended) and the relevant Development Control Plan. A section 4.15 assessment of the development indicates that the development is acceptable in this instance. Attached is a draft Notice of Approval outlining a range of conditions considered appropriate to ensure that the development proceeds in an acceptable manner.

 

ITEM 20 - REQUEST FOR DONATION EQUIVELANT OF DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FEES DA2020/0110 CUMNOCK MENS SHED

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To request a donation equivelant of Development Application Fees.

Policy Implications

Nil  

Budget Implications

Nil  

IPR Linkage

4.5.3.a - Assess and determine planning and development applications to foster community growth within the shire

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\Development Applications\DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION\2020\03-2020-0110 - 1129686

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council donate from its s356 budget to the Cumnock Men’s Shed the sum of $818.85, being the construction certificate fee (excluding GST) paid to council in relation to DA 2020/0110 for the construction of additions to the Cumnock Men’s Shed

 

Department Leader Development Services  REPORT

 

Council has received a request from the president of the Cumnock Men’s Shed seeking council’s consideration of a donation equivalent to fees paid in association with the construction certificate for DA 2020/0110 for construction of additions to the Cumnock Men’s Shed.

 

The construction certificate fee paid totalled $818.85.

 

The construction certificate was approved 9 March, 2020.

 

The fees paid for this Construction Certificate (including GST) totalled consisted of the following:-

 

Construction Certificate                                 $   136.15

Inspections                                                       $   300.00

Plumbing & drainage                                      $     82.70

Occupation Certificate                                    $   300.00

Total                                                                   $   818.85 (includes GST $74.44)

 

Under Council’s policy, fees for inspections and occupation certificates are not eligible for donation under delegation and requires approval from Council.

 

Council’s Donations policy (dated 17 December 2012) includes the following procedural statements:

 

1.      Development Application (DA) fees

Council will donate an amount equal to refunding the actual amounts paid as Council DA fees and charges, as defined, in instances relating to Council owned / controlled or Crown Land where the improvement would become a Council Asset.

 

Any requests for a refund/donation of DA fees by Not-For-Profit/Community Organisations will be submitted for consideration by Council with the amount to be refunded / donated to be determined on a case by case basis.

 

For clarity it is noted the following fees are not eligible for donation: statutory fees such as long service levy, advertising, planning reform (plan first levy) and other fees which may be charged including inspections, occupation certificate, subdivision, subdivision certificates, integrated development and principal certifying authority.

 

All fees associated with development applications, construction certificate applications and complying development applications are to be paid with the application.   Requests for a refund of DA fees are to be made in writing on the prescribed form, stating the grounds or reasons justifying why Council should donate an amount equal to the relevant fees.

 

Fees to be donated back to the applicant will only be donated after determination of the relevant application.

 

Council staff may process any such requests within the limits of the policy.   Any requests exceeding the policy are to be reported to Council for consideration.

 

 

ITEM 21 - QUESTIONS FOR NEXT MEETING

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To provide Councillors with an opportunity to ask questions/raise matters which can be provided/addressed at the next Council meeting.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.1.g. Code of Meeting Practice adhered to

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\NOTICES - MEETINGS - 1130306

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council receive a report at the next Council meeting in relation to questions asked/matters raised where necessary.

 

General Manager REPORT

 

A call for questions for which an answer is to be provided if possible or a report submitted to the next Council meeting.

 

 

ITEM 22 - BUSINESS PAPER ITEMS FOR NOTING

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Provides an opportunity for Councillors to call items for noting for discussion and recommends remainder to be noted.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

 4.5.1.g - Code of Meeting Practice adopted and implemented.

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\PROCEDURES - 1130309

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT:

1.   Councillors call any items they wish to further consider.

2.   The balance of the items be noted.

 

General Manager REPORT

 

In the second part of Council’s Business Paper are items included for Council’s information.

 

In accordance with Council’s format for its Business Paper, Councillors wishing to discuss any item are requested to call that item.

 

 

ITEM 23 - MATTERS OF URGENCY

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Enabling matters of urgency to be called.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.1.a. Provide quality administrative support and governance to councillors and residents

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\NOTICES - MEETINGS - 1130310

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Councillors call any matters of urgency.

 

General Manager REPORT

 

Council’s Code of Meeting Practice allows for the Council to consider matters of urgency which are defined as any matter which requires a decision prior to the next meeting or a matter which has arisen which needs to be brought to Council’s attention without delay such as natural disasters, states of emergency, or urgent deadlines that must be met”.

 

This item enables councillors to raise any item that meets this definition.

 

 

 

ITEM 24 - COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE SECTION OF THE MEETING

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Enabling reports to be considered in Committee of the Whole.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.1.g. Code of Meeting Practice adhered to

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\PROCEDURES - 1130312

 

 

Recommendation

 

THAT Council hereby resolve itself into Committee of the Whole to discuss matters called earlier in the meeting.

 

General Manager REPORT

 

Council’s Code of Meeting Practice allows for the Council to resolve itself into “committee of the whole” to avoid the necessity of limiting the number and duration of speeches as required by Clause 250 of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005.

 

This item enables councillors to go into “committee of the whole” to discuss items called earlier in the meeting.

   


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Cabonne Council Strategic Policy

Sponsorship Policy

 


1.     Document Information

Version Date

(Draft or Council meeting date)

12/06/2020

Author

Leader – Community & Economy

Owner

(Relevant Executive)

General Manager

Status

(Draft, Approved, Adopted by Council, Superseded, or Withdrawn)

Draft

Next Review Date

Within 12 months of new council election

Minute Number

(once adopted by Council)

 

 

2.     Summary

Details Council’s policy and framework for entering into Sponsorship agreements

3.     Approvals

Job Title

Date Approved

Signature

General Manager

 

 

 

4.     History

Unless otherwise indicated, printed or downloaded versions of this document are uncontrolled. Before using this document, check it is the latest version by referring to Council’s Policy Register at www.cabonne.nsw.gov.au

Minute Number

Summary of Changes

New Version Date

20/04/13

Policy endorsed by council for public exhibition

28/04/2020

 

 

 

 

5.     Reason

The purpose of this policy is to:

·    Provide a framework under which Council may enter into a sponsorship agreement;

·    Ensure that any agreements are assessed and managed through a sponsorship approval, reporting and acquittal process;

·    Ensure the level of commitment aligns with annual Budget allocations; and

Aligns with Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting framework, including the Long Term Financial Plan, Annual Budget, Delivery Program and Operational Plan.

6.     Scope

This policy applies to sponsorship agreements entered into by Cabonne Council and applies to Councillors and employees of the Council, as well those organisations and businesses wishing to enter into sponsorship agreements with Council.

7.     Associated Legislation

Local Government Act 1993

8.     Definitions

NIL

9.     Responsibilities

 

9.1                   General Manager

The General Manager is responsible for the overall control and implementation of the policy.

9.2                   Deputy General Managers

The Deputy General Managers are responsible for the control of the policy and procedures within their area of responsibility.

9.3                   Leaders

The Department Leaders are also responsible for the control of the policy and procedures within their area of responsibility.

10.   Related Documents

Document Name

Document Location

 

 

 

11.   Policy Statement

Council may enter into sponsorship agreements which deliver identified and measurable benefits to the Cabonne community and economy and align with budgetary allocations, Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting framework, including the Long-Term Financial Plan, Delivery Program and Operational Plan.

Requests for sponsorship are to be assessed according to the following key principles:

•           Identified economic, social and cultural benefits to the Cabonne Local Government Area;

•           Alignment with Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting framework, including the Long-Term Financial Plan, Annual Budget, Delivery Program and Operational Plan; and

•           Compatibility with Council’s objectives and values.

•           Risk Assessment, considering financial viability and guarantees, conflicts of interest, returns on investment, potential of adverse impact on the environment and potential of risk to Council’s reputation.

Requests for sponsorship are separate to Council’s Events Assistance Program and community donations program.

Sponsorship requests and associated documents must be submitted to Council for review and approval by a resolution of Council at least eight weeks prior to the event.

 

Types of Sponsorship

Council will consider three levels of sponsorship:

•           Gold for large events with a significant demonstrated economic benefit for the Cabonne Local Government Area where Council has the naming rights or is one of the major sponsors.

•           Silver for large events with a significant demonstrated economic benefit for the Cabonne Local Government Area; emerging events with the potential to deliver significant economic benefits; or large community events where Council has a high profile as a sponsor.

•           Bronze for large events with a significant demonstrated economic benefit for the Cabonne Local Government Area; emerging events with the potential to deliver significant economic benefits; or large community events where Council has a lower profile as a sponsor.

Events or Activities Ineligible for Sponsorship

Council will not consider sponsor agreements for events or activities that:

•           Do not demonstrate significant economic, social and cultural benefits to the Cabonne Local Government Area or the Cabonne, Orange and Blayney region;

•           Do not align with Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting framework, vision and values;

•           Are held outside the Cabonne, Orange and Blayney region and cannot demonstrate that they deliver economic benefits to the Cabonne Local Government Area;

•           Are considered to be a conflict of interest;

•           Could present a hazard to the community or environment;

•           Exclude or offend some sections of the community, particularly minority groups; and

•           Promote gambling or smoking, or are associated with the use of illicit substances or anti-social behaviour.

•           Are proposed by an organisation or company that has outstanding debts to Cabonne Council;

•           Are proposed by an organisation or company that has not acquitted any previous sponsorship or grant funding to the satisfaction of Council;

•           Are proposed by an organisation or company that has not previously complied with Development Consent, permits or other conditions of Council or failed to apply for the required Development Consent or permits of Council; and

•           Are proposed by a political organisation or are to be organised for political purposes.

Sponsorship Agreements

Sponsorship recipients must enter into a written contract with Council that stipulates:

•           The mutual benefits of the agreement;

•           Terms and conditions for both parties;

•           Financial accountability and acquittal requirements;

•           Performance measures for the post event assessment;

•           The public acknowledgement of Council as a sponsor;

•           A sponsorship recipient is to provide a tax invoice for Council to pay the agreed amount;

•           Provisions for any change of circumstances for the recipient or Council; and

•           Provisions for the termination or suspension of the sponsorship agreement.

 

Acknowledgement of Council’s Sponsorship

Sponsorship recipients must:

•           Prominently feature recognition of Cabonne Shire Council’s support in all materials, publications and programs related to the sponsorship;

•           Include Council’s logos and other acknowledgement as required in all advertising and promotional material, media releases and in other promotional contexts;

•           Prominently display Council’s promotional banners, signs and material at events or associated functions;

•           Provide opportunities for Council to undertake on-site promotions during events or activities; and

•           Provide opportunities for the Mayor, Councillors or Council staff to participate in promotional activities for the event and any formal presentations, ceremonies or media briefings.

 

Acquittal Process

•           Sponsorship recipients must fully acquit the expenditure of Council’s sponsorship funds as required by Council.

•           The acquittal will require, but is not limited to:

•           Provide Council with a completed acquittal form within three months of the completion of the event or activity;

•           Provide invoices for agreed budget items;

•           Provide receipts or bank statements confirming expenditure of sponsorship funds;

•           Provide a detailed report that meets the performance measures required by the sponsorship agreement; and

•           Provide evidence of acknowledgement of Council’s sponsorship as required by the sponsorship agreement. This can be in the form of photographs, videos and copies of printed media coverage.

 


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CUMNOCK & DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION INC

P O Box 22

Cumnock NSW 2867

 

ABN: 57411378523

 

Regional Achievement and Community Awards Winner

Community of the Year under 15,000 population for “2010”

 

Vice President:  Don Bruce

Secretary:   Rhonda Watt

Treasurer:  Barbara O’Brien

Email Rhonda Watt : weaniewatt4@bigpond.com
Telephone:  63661638   Fax : 63661648

              

Cabonne Council

Bank Street

MOLONG NSW 2866

 

2.5.2020

 

Dear Brad and Council

 

I write on behalf of the Cumnock and District Progress Association with regard to a letter written in 2017.

 

The request at the time was to name the Eurimbla Bridge after Carol Kerr’s late Father Tom Montgomery (Tom was the bridge builder for the then Council of Molong and the later Council of Cabonne)

 

Tom Montgomery was such an instrumental person in the Council- taking on the building of many of the bridges in the Shire - many of which are still in use today.

 

This original request is a way to recognise what her father did for the Molong /Cabonne Councils and for his contribution to building the structures and leading teams of men.

 

The family originally requested the Eurimbla Bridge, but would be open to 2 other options as well if this so suited the Council better.

 

Either:

 

(1)Eurimbla Bridge “Hillans Creek”

(2) Doughboy Creek” Bridge within the Cumnock limits (Yeoval Side)

(3) Bridge near the Cumnock Tip

 

Can I please ask for a reply to this long standing request as we were promised in 2017 that the application request would be followed through.

 

Sincerely

 

 

 

 

Rhonda J Watt
Hon Sec

 

 


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GENERAL MANAGER’S REPORT ON MATTERS FOR NOTATION SUBMITTED TO THE Ordinary Council Meeting TO BE HELD ON Tuesday 23 June, 2020

Page 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

 

ITEM 1      RESOLUTIONS REGISTER - INFOCOUNCIL - ACTIONS REPORTING    1

ITEM 2      INVESTMENTS SUMMARY................................................................. 1

ITEM 3      RATES SUMMARY................................................................................ 2

ITEM 4      COMMUNITY FACILITATION FUND................................................. 2

ITEM 5      CENTROC BOARD AND CENTRAL NSW JOINT ORGANISATION  3

ITEM 6      ORGANISATION RESTRUCTURE.................................................... 4

ITEM 7      CANOWINDRA MAIN STREET PRECINCT ISSUES PAPER...... 5

ITEM 8      HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE COVID-19 FUNDING................ 6

ITEM 9      BULIDING BETTER REGIONS FUND - ROUND 4......................... 7

ITEM 10    TOURISM ACTIVITIES REPORT....................................................... 8

ITEM 11    ENGINEERING & TECHNICAL SERVICES REPORT................. 10

ITEM 12    DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED DURING MAY 2020   11

ITEM 13    DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS APPROVED DURING MAY 2020 15

ITEM 14    MEDIAN PROCESSING TIMES 2020.............................................. 19

ITEM 15    BURIAL STATISTICS......................................................................... 20  

 

ANNEXURE ITEMS

 

ANNEXURE 1.1    Council................................................................................ 22

ANNEXURE 1.2    Traffic Light Report Summary............................. 42

ANNEXURE 2.1    Investments Summary May 2020............................ 43

ANNEXURE 3.1    Rates graph May............................................................ 45

ANNEXURE 5.1    Minutes of the Central NSW Joint Organisation meeting 4 June 2020 held via zoom_final............................... 46

ANNEXURE 5.2    Minutes of the Centroc Board meeting 4 June 2020 held via zoom_final......................................................................... 52

ANNEXURE 5.3    200604_Mayoral report Zoom_Final.................. 53

ANNEXURE 6.1    Divisional org charts-with names-1 June 2020 68

ANNEXURE 7.1    Draft Canowindra Mainstreet Issues Paper 16062020        71

ANNEXURE 11.1  Council Engineering Report June 2020......... 107 

 


 

 

ITEM 1 - RESOLUTIONS REGISTER - INFOCOUNCIL - ACTIONS REPORTING

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To provide Council with a report on progress made in actioning its resolutions up to last month's Council meeting and any committee meetings held.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

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4.5.1.a. Provide quality administrative support and governance to councillors and residents

Annexures

1.  Council

2.  Traffic Light Report Summary    

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\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\COUNCIL MEETINGS\RESOLUTION REGISTER - 1130314

 

General Manager’S REPORT

 

InfoCouncil generated reports are annexed including actions up to the previous month’s meetings resolutions.

 

Progress comments are provided until the final action comment which will also show “COMPLETE”: that item will then be removed from the register once resolved by the council.

 

Attached also is the “traffic light” indicator system that enables the council to identify potential areas of concern at a glance.

 

Councillors should raise any issues directly with the directors as per the mayor’s request.

 

 

ITEM 2 - INVESTMENTS SUMMARY

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Information provided in relation to Council's Investment Schedule.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

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4.5.4.b. Maximise secure income through investments

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1.  Investments Summary May 2020    

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\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT\FINANCIAL REPORTING\FINANCIAL REPORTS TO COUNCIL - 1130232

 

Senior Accounting Officer's REPORT

 

Council’s investments as 30 May 2020 stand at a total of $44,117,222.76

 

Council’s average interest rate for the month of May 2020 was 1.20%.  The effect of the low cash rate is having a negative impact on term deposit rates offered by financial institutions. The Reserve Bank’s official cash rate remained at 0.25% during the month of May. However, Council’s average rate is higher than Council’s benchmark rate of the 30 Day Bank Bill Swap Rate of 0.090%. 

 

Council’s investments are held with multiple Australian financial Institutions with varying credit ratings according to Council’s Investment Policy. The annexure to this report shows a break up of each individual institution that Council invests with and its “Standard and Poor’s” Credit Rating.

 

The Schedule of Investments for May 2020 is attached for Council’s information.

 

ITEM 3 - RATES SUMMARY

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Information provided in relation to Council's Rates collections.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

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1.  Rates graph May    

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\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT\FINANCIAL REPORTING\FINANCIAL REPORTS TO COUNCIL - 1130317

 

Senior Rates Officer's REPORT

 

The Rate Collection Summary to 31 May 2020 is attached for Council’s information.  The percentage collected is 93.9% which is slightly higher to previous years.

 

The fourth rate instalment fell due 31 May 2020.

 

ITEM 4 - COMMUNITY FACILITATION FUND

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To report on approved expenditure under the Community Facilitation Fund (CFF).

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Within existing budget allocation

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3.3.5.a. Review community need for new and upgraded facilities

Annexures

Nil   

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\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES\PROGRAMS\COMMUNITY FACILITATION FUND - 1130522

 

General Manager’S REPORT

 

Council adopted guidelines for the Community Facilitation Fund (CFF) in March 2015. The CFF was created for smaller community projects not originally included in the council’s budget, to be allocated at the discretion of the Mayor and Deputy Mayor.

 

As a reminder, the guidelines for the CFF are as follows:

 

1.   Projects where no existing vote for the works has been allocated or the vote is insufficient to complete the project.

 

2.   Recipients must be community based not-for-profit groups.

 

3.   Mayor and Deputy Mayor to jointly approve funds (with the General Manager as proxy if one is not available).

 

4.   Allocation of funds to be reported to the next available Council meeting.

 

5.   Limit of $3,000 per allocation unless other approved by Council.

 

There was no allocation of funds was processed in the past month

 

 

 

ITEM 5 - CENTROC BOARD AND CENTRAL NSW JOINT ORGANISATION

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Council to note the minutes of the meetings.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.1.d Maintain effective membership of Centroc, Strategic Alliance, Hawkesbury City Council, Weddin Shire Council and Cabonne Council Country-City Alliance, LGNSW and other forums

Annexures

1.  Minutes of the Central NSW Joint Organisation meeting 4 June 2020 held via zoom_final

2.  Minutes of the Centroc Board meeting 4 June 2020 held via zoom_final

3.  200604_Mayoral report Zoom_Final    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNMENT RELATIONS\LOCAL AND REGIONAL LIAISON\CENTRAL NSW JOINT ORGANISATION (CENTROC) - 1130524

 

General Manager REPORT

 

The Mayor and General Manager attended the Centroc Board and Central NSW Joint Organisation meetings held via Zoom on 4 June 2020. 

 

Matters discussed at the Board meeting included:

 

·    Wind up of Centroc

·    Financial Report

 

Matters discussed by the Central West Joint Organisation included:

 

·    Reports to Statement of Regional Strategic Priority

·    Inter-council cooperation

·    Regional prosperity

·    Regional transport and infrastructure

·    Regional water

·    COVID-19 Response in the region

 

 

The Mayoral report and minutes of the meetings are attached for Councillors’ information.

 

 

ITEM 6 - ORGANISATION RESTRUCTURE

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Advising Council that the new organisation structure is now in place.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.1.a - Provide quality administrative support and governance to councillors and residents

Annexures

1.  Divisional org charts-with names-1 June 2020    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\CORPORATE MANAGEMENT\PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT\STRUCTURE - 1131635

 

General Manager's REPORT

 

Council adopted the proposed restructure of the organisation creating a two area structure – Cabonne Services and Cabonne Infrastructure headed by two Deputy General Manager positions being senior staff under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1993.  A competitive recruitment process has since been conducted with Heather Nicholls being appointed the Deputy General Manager Cabonne Services and Matthew Christensen being appointed the Deputy General Manager Cabonne Infrastructure taking effect 1 June 2020.

 

The intent of the new structure is to support the following key objectives:

 

·    Support the delivery of Council’s Integrated Planning & Reporting requirements

·    Improve service delivery and responsiveness

·    Strengthen ability to deliver on Council’s strategic priorities

·    Reinforce continuous improvement and innovation

The need for Council to be adaptive to change through business efficiency, service reviews, innovation and continuous improvement remains the key to success. It is important that the organisation is better integrated, skilled and resourced to be effective and efficient, minimise risk and deliver on the things that the Council has planned to do within its means.

 

The new Executive Team and role and reporting lines are reflected in the attached organisation structure.  Councillors should familiarise themselves with the new departments, their leaders and the functions they are responsible for.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 7 - CANOWINDRA MAIN STREET PRECINCT ISSUES PAPER

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Advising of commencement of community consultation.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.2.c - Engage with community to determine future needs & objectives

Annexures

1.  Draft Canowindra Mainstreet Issues Paper 16062020    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT\PROJECTS\CANOWINDRA TOWN CENTRE ISSUES PAPER - 1130871

 

General Manager's REPORT

 

Councillors were provided with the draft Canowindra Mainstreet Precinct Issues paper at the June workshop.  The issues paper, and feedback from community consultation, will help inform future master planning and design of the Canowindra town centre.

 

Community consultation has commenced as part of the Canowindra Business Chamber and Council Town Planning workshops held on Wednesday 17 June, and the draft issues paper will be placed on wider public exhibition for a 28 day period.

 

A further report will be presented to council on the conclusion of the public exhibition period.

 

 

ITEM 8 - HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE COVID-19 FUNDING

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To update Council on additional funding received

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

3.2.2.a - Implement the HACC program

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\COMMUNITY SERVICES\GRANTS AND FUNDING\HACC - HEALTH - 1130480

 

Department Leader - Community Services' REPORT

 

The Department of Health has provided Home and Community Care (HACC) with additional grant funding under the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) Emergency Support for COVID-19 – Meals Activity. This funding has been provided to meet the costs associates with COVID-19 restrictions, and to increase the capacity to supply more meals for new and existing clients.

 

The total amount of the grant is $56,813.83, being $34,088.30 for 2019-2020 and $22,275.53 for 2020-2021. The performance indicator is 6,750 meals delivered for 2019-2021.

 

HACC has utilised this grant to trial a new meal program to provide HACC’s 295 clients with meal vouchers (to the value of $100) to use at local food businesses. Across Cabonne Shire there are 25 local business that have come on board to offer this service, including businesses based at Canowindra, Cargo, Cudal, Cumnock, Eugowra, Molong, Manildra, Spring Hill, and Yeoval.

 

There are current HACC clients, that for personal reasons, do not purchase HACC’s meals on wheels, and this incentive will ensure that all elderly clients can access a cooked meal or incidental grocery purchases. The initiative will be reviewed 28 June 2020, with potential to extend the program if it has been well received.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 9 - BULIDING BETTER REGIONS FUND - ROUND 4

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

For Council to note the successful funding applications

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

$1,069,568 required from reserves

IPR Linkage

3.3.3.b - Maintain sporting facilities to safe operational standards

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES\PROGRAMS\BUILDING BETTER REGIONS FUND - 1130824

 

Acting Leader - Community & Economy's REPORT

 

BACKGROUND

 

At its December 2019 Ordinary meeting, Council resolved to submit eight applications for 50/50 funding under round four of the Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF).

 

The successful application outcomes are as follows:

 

1.   Molong Recreation Ground Lighting Upgrade – grant amount $200,000;

2.   Tom Clyburn Oval, Canowindra Lighting Upgrade – grant amount $200,000;

3.   Cudal Showground Power & Water Upgrades – grant amount $95,091;

4.    Eugowra Medical Centre Redevelopment – grant amount $124,000;

5.   Construction of New Molong Showground Amenities Block – grant amount $170,000

6.   Construction of Eugowra Multi-purpose Community Centre – grant amount $492,410

 

The unsuccessful application outcomes are as follows:

 

7.   Cabonne Council Playground Upgrades – grant request $302,152;

8.   Cabonne Council Refurbishment of Public Toilet Amenities - grant request $189,354.

 

OTHER FUNDING

 

The contribution required for the Molong Recreation Ground Lighting upgrade has been reduced due to the successful funding for the project through the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund. $169,433 in funding was received through SCCF making the required Council contribution for this project reduce to only $30,567.

 

It is to be noted that projects 3 and 4 have also been submitted for 50% funding to the 2020/21 NSW Showground Stimulus Package. Should these applications be successful, Council’s financial contribution will be further reduced.

 

ITEM 10 - TOURISM ACTIVITIES REPORT

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To update councillors on Tourism and Community Development activities undertaken.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

2.2.1.a - Promote strategies listed in the Tourism Plan

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT\REPORTING\COUNCIL REPORTS - 1130670

 

Leader - Community & Economy's REPORT

 

Council’s Tourism and Community Development Coordinator has provided the following report.

 

Activities Undertaken during COVID19 

 

‘We Want You Back’ Campaign

 

The Central NSW Joint Organisation Tourism Managers which consists of a partnership of 10 LGAs along with Orange360 have worked together to deliver a $30,000 tourism marketing campaign to welcome visiting friends and relatives back to the area as restrictions ease.

 

Each Tourism Manager identified two ambassadors for filming of videos and still photographs to be used in a marketing campaign involving social media and YouTube. These local tourism personalities endorse their area by discussing what they love about their town and the top things to do and see in their area.

 

The ambassadors for Cabonne are Tommy Jeffs of Canowindra, manager/owner of Montrose House accommodation and event business, and Tom Ward from Swinging Bridge winery.

 

The promotion covers food and wine, where to stay, boutique shops, art, culture, nature and historic villages and was launched on the 5 June 2020. 

 

Accompanying media releases have been distributed to Cabonne media outlets and the Mayor has endorsed the ‘We Want You Back’ in both the Canowindra and Molong newspapers.

 

 

Staycation Giveaway

 

Newcrest Mining through their Community Support Fund have made available $120,000 to assist with the challenges associated with the COVID19 pandemic. Orange360 is coordinating the Staycation Giveaway campaign which the aim to boost the local economy and support our regional tourism operators.

 

Cabonne’s Tourism Coordinator has worked closely with Orange360 to identify Cabonne operators who are keen to participate in the campaign. A pre-requisite of Orange360 is that the operators are required to be paid members of Orange360 to be considered for inclusion. 

 

The campaign was launched in June 2020 through the local MMM radio station and social media channels. Numerous Cabonne tourism businesses have participated and will benefit from this campaign.

 

Arts Out West

 

A survey has been completed and a list compiled of up to date Cabonne arts and culture assets for development of a Central West arts and culture trail journey and a supporting website.

 

The information gathered from all LGAs aims to provide an up to date easy to maintain resource around arts and cultural attractions for internal and external visitors. This information has been identified as a vital gap for our area.

 

This will be a great arts and cultural resource for Cabonne and region to market and promote in the future.

 

Destination NSW

 

Destination NSW, Jenna Campbell, contacted Cabonne Tourism Coordinator on 3 June 2020 and advised of a pending journalist familiarisation (famil) as part of the #LoveNSW campaign that was to take place over the upcoming long weekend in Cowra and Canowindra. 

 

Several Canowindra operators were identified and organised to participate in the famil. The journalist, Michael Turtle writes for the Canberra Times and ACM Media. The famil visit took place from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 June 2020. 

 

Cabonne businesses who participated in this helped introduce the journalist to a number of our Canowindra operators involved the Blue Jacket Motel, Wallington Wines, Rosnay Organic Wines, Pioneer Brewery, Timber Tales, Montrose House, Canowindra Historic Museum, Age of Fishes Museum, Finns Store, Canowindra Trading Post, Coco Harvest, Balloon Joy Flights and Delice Café for meals.

 

Feedback from Tommy Jeffs at Montrose House was very supportive, and he stated that the information posted on Facebook on 10 June had already attracted 10,000 hits which is a tremendous outcome. 

 

Cabonne Tourism Data

 

Cabonne has participated in a regional project to obtain and purchase data research from the Tourism Strategy Development Services, Peter Vererio for the next twelve-month period.

 

Cabonne’s Tourism Monitor data will include data that covers domestic visitor overview, overnight stays, and average stay and a breakdown of international visitors. This data will be an asset to Cabonne for future grant funding applications and tourism planning and development. 

 

Previously statistical data gathering has been difficult to ascertain in the past due to Cabonne’s small footprint and normally this data included in Orange LGA’s information.

 

General Liaison

 

During the COVID9 restriction period regular communication and liaison with key tourism stakeholders has been mantained, Orange360, LGA Tourism Managers, Central NSW JO, Regional Development representatives, Arts Out West, CCTAC members, Caravanning Association, Orange Wine Festival, National Public Toilet Map, VICs contacts and various other Councils contacts.

 

Relevant material and information to has been distributed to Cabonne’s database and surveys have been shared with operators and businesses. Telephone liaison has been maintained with numerous Cabonne tourism operators to ensure communication was open and support offered during this difficult period. The coordinator has participated in various projects to support and promote Cabonne throughout this time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 11 - ENGINEERING & TECHNICAL SERVICES REPORT

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To update Council on the works in progress for the Engineering & Technical Services Dept.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.1.a - Provide quality administrative support and governance to councillors and residents

Annexures

1.  Council Engineering Report June 2020    

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\GOVERNANCE\REPORTING\ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES REPORTING - 1130876

 

Deputy General Manager - Cabonne Infrastructure's REPORT

 

Please find attached to this report the information on the 2019/20 works in progress for the Dept of Engineering & Technical Services.

 

 

ITEM 12 - DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED DURING MAY 2020

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Details of development applications received during the preceding month.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.3.a. Provide efficient and effective development assessment

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\DEVELOPMENT AND BUILDING CONTROLS\BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS\REPORTING - DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS TO COUNCIL - 1129466

 

Department Leader - Development Services' REPORT

 

Development Applications have been received during the period 01/05/2020 to 31/05/2020 as detailed below.

 

SUMMARY OF DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED

 

APPLICATION NUMBER

DETAILS

ESTIMATED VALUE

DA2016/0128/4

Modification to existing limestone mine (Westlime). Seeking to increase depth of mine by approx. 15m to facilitate easier extraction. No increase to overall extraction of 250,000T p.a.

Applicant: Westlime Quarries Pty Ltd

Owner: P. Wythes

Zone: RU1 Primary Production

Address: Lot 201 DP 1232203, Canomodine Lane, Canowindra

$----

DA2018/0197/3

Alterations and Additions to Existing Motel. Minor adjustment to external doorway.

Applicant: M. Hazelton 

Owner:  Bluejacket Motel Pty Ltd

Zone: R1 General Residential

Address: Lot 5 DP 658660, Lot 1 DP 758221, Lot 3 & 4 DP 836346, 2 Bridge Street Canowindra

$----

 

DA2019/0081/1

Transportable Dwelling. Amendment to dwelling plans.

Applicant: Futuristics Optics Pty Ltd

Owner: Krisneil Super Pty Ltd

Zone: B2 Local Centre

Address: Lot 1 DP 843135, 44 Tilga Street, Canowindra

$----

DA2020/0143

Minor addition to Farm Stay Accommodation.

Applicant: Andrew Napier

Owner: A & H Napier

Zone: RU2 Rural Landscape

Address: Lot 44 DP 1112402, 91 Heifer Station Lane, Borenore

$25,000

DA2020/0144

Construction of a Retail Premises and Light Industry building being a saddlery.

Applicant: SSF Investments Pty Ltd

Owner: SSF Investments Pty Ltd

Zone: RU5 Village

Address: Lot 6 Section 8 DP 758311, Lot 72 DP 519152, Main Street Cudal

$600,000

DA2020/0145

Construction of Garage and Carport.

Applicant:  P. Charles & D. Cooper

Owner: P. Charles & D. Cooper

Zone: RU5 Village

Address: Lot 101 DP 1262589, 58 Toogong Street Cudal

$27,731

DA2020/0146

Home Business (Tattoo Studio) within existing dwelling

Applicant: K. Perry  

Owner: K & M Perry

Zone:  R5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 114 DP 750170 114 King Street Molong

$----

DA2020/0147

Construction of second dwelling on property (Being a dual occupancy)

Applicant:  J, C & N. Campbell

Owner: J & C Campbell

Zone: R5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 100 DP 1083822, 1 Woolshed Lane

$120,000

DA2020/0148

Construction of Dwelling.

Applicant:  D & M Lawrence

Owner: D & M Lawrence

Zone: R5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 3 DP 1230694, 132 Speedy Street, Molong

$470,000

DA2020/0149

Demolition and reconstruction of Amenities Building at Lake Canobolas Scout Camp

Applicant: Orange City Council 

Owner: Orange City Council

Zone: RE2 Private Recreation

Address: Lot 15 DP 859359 166 Lake Canobolas Road, Nashdale

$96,000

DA2020/0150

Construction of shed.

Applicant:  K. Warner

Owner: K & L Warner

Zone: R1 General Residential

Address: Lot 12 Sec 13 DP 758693, 174 King Street, Molong

$23,800

DA2020/0151

Construction of shed which includes a 1 bedroom dwelling.

Applicant:  S. & D Maere

Owner: S. & D Maere

Zone: R5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 1 DP 1193583 25 Sharp Street Cudal

$45,000

DA2020/0152

Construction of a Farm Building

Applicant:  T & A Sheridan

Owner: T & A Sheridan

Zone: RU1 Primary Production

Address:  Lot 6 DP 1010730 – Cargo Road, Cargo

$31,000

DA2020/0153

Boundary adjustment and construction of new fence.

Applicant:  W & C Whiting

Owner: W & C Whiting

Zone: R1 General Residential

Address:  Lots 11 and 13 DP 513676 – 46 Thistle Street and 125 King Street, Molong

$----

DA2020/0154

Construction of corrugated iron fence.

Applicant: S. Taylor-Wood

Owner: S. Taylor-Wood

Zone: R5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 23 DP 848546, 82 Marsden Street Molong

$4,000

DA2020/0155

Retrospective consent for verandah and ensuite.

Applicant:  S. & D Maere

Owner: S. & D Maere

Zone: RU5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 6 DP 758226, 30 Sharp Street, Cargo

$22,000

DA2020/0156

Change of use to recreational facility (Gym)

Applicant:  G & E Wiltshire

Owner: The Platypus Group Pty Ltd

Zone: RU5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 1 DP 667641, 3 Main Street, Cudal

$----

DA2020/0157

Alterations and Additions to a Dwelling House

Applicant:  I & T Martin 

Owner: I & T Martin 

Zone: R5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 30 DP 1014699, 54 Lakes Avenue, Clifton Grove

$55,300

 

DA2020/0158

Construction of Shed

Applicant: T. O’Neil

Owner: T & C O’Neil

Zone: R5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 11 DP 7016, 26 Eurimbla Road, Cumnock

$18,600

DA2020/0159

Alterations and Additions to Dwelling House

Applicant:  S. Simpson

Owner: S. Simpson

Zone: RU1 Primary Production

Address: Lot 3 DP 851078, 367 Belgravia Road, Belgravia

$120,000

DA2020/0160

Alterations and Additions to Dwelling House

Applicant:  T. Beath

Owner: S. Cook

Zone: R1 General Residential

Address: Lot 17 DP 32548, 43 Clyburn Street, Canowindra

$250,000

DA2020/0161

Demolition of Dwelling as part of Council’s voluntary flood by-back scheme

Applicant:  Cabonne Council

Owner: Cabonne Council

Zone: R1 General Residential

Address: Lot 13 DP 1049525, 7 Betts Street Molong

$----

DA2020/0162

Construction of Dwelling House and Shed

Applicant: K. McGuire 

Owner: K & C McGuire

Zone: RU5 Village

Address: Lot A DP 389551, 16 Loftus Street Eugowra.

$160,000

DA2020/0163

Additions to a Dwelling House (Enclosing of Patio)

Applicant:   Hitech VPS

Owner: M & D Samimi

Zone: RU1 Primary Production

Address: Lot 40 DP 750387, 44 Davis Road, Spring Hill

$54,000

 

TOTAL: 24

$2,122,431

 

 

SUMMARY OF COMPLYING DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED

 

TYPE

ESTIMATED VALUE

CDC2020/1023

Inground Swimming Pool

Applicant: J. Park

Owner: J. Park

Zone: RU5

Address: Lot 6 DP 821819 Marrara Street, Eugowra

$25,000

 

CDC2020/1024

Construction of a Patio

Applicant: P & J Nipperess

Owner: P & J Nipperess

Zone: RU1 Primary Production

Address: Lot DP1089115, 5875 Canowindra Road, Toogong

$55,000

TOTAL: 1

$80,000

 

GRAND TOTAL: 25

$2,202,431

 

 

ITEM 13 - DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS APPROVED DURING MAY 2020

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

Details of development applications approved during the preceding month.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.3.a. Provide efficient and effective development assessment

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\DEVELOPMENT AND BUILDING CONTROLS\BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS\REPORTING - DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS TO COUNCIL - 1129469

 

Department Leader - Development Services' REPORT

 

Development Applications have been approved during the period 01/05/2020 to 31/05/2020 as detailed below.

 

SUMMARY OF DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS APPROVED

 

APPLICATION NUMBER

TYPE

ESTIMATED VALUE

DA2020/0128

Construction of Garage

Applicant: L. Mulvey

Owner: L. Mulvey

Zone: RU1 Primary Production

Address: Lot 100 DP 1142641, 115 Boulton Road, March

$35,000

DA2012/0178/1

Modification to Dwelling House location and floorplan

Applicant: Future Build

Owner: A & S Seckold

Zone: RU1 Primary Production

Address: Lot 175 DP 756890, 19 Griffith Lane, March

$---

DA2020/0143

Minor addition to Farm Stay Accommodation.

Applicant: Andrew Napier

Owner: A & H Napier

Zone: RU2 Rural Landscape

Address: Lot 44 DP 1112402, 91 Heifer Station Lane, Borenore

$25,000

 

DA2020/0141

Construction of Swimming Pool

Applicant: L. Knight

Owner:  L & M Knight

Zone: RU1 Primary Production

Address: Lot 3 DP 816370, 142 Greening Lane Lidster

$19,500

DA2020/0106

Construction of Shed

Applicant: J. Greenhill

Owner: J & D Greenhill

Zone: R5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 3 DP1135607, 83 Davys Plains Road, Cudal

$15,000

DA2020/0061/1

Modification to Alterations and Additions to a Dwelling House

Applicant: Dave Townsend Building Services

Owner: K & R Hazelton

Zone: RU5 Village

Address: Lot 5 DP 758311, 8 Main Street Cudal

$---

DA2020/0145

Construction of Garage and Carport.

Applicant:  P. Charles & D. Cooper

Owner: P. Charles & D. Cooper

Zone: RU5 Village

Address: Lot 101 DP 1262589, 58 Toogong Street Cudal

$27,731

DA2020/0136

Construction of Storage Shed

Applicant: J. Fazzari

Owner: J. Fazzari

Zone: RU5 Village

Address: Lot 122 DP 661228, Loftus Street Eugowra

$40,000

DA2020/0139

Demolition of Existing Shed and Construction of new Shed

Applicant: Crown Lands

Owner: Crown Lands

Zone:

Address: Lot 701 DP 93128, Orange Street, Manildra

$57,600

 

DA2020/0137

Two Lot subdivision and relocation of Dwelling House

Applicant: J. Fazzari

Owner: J. Fazzari

Zone: R5 Large Lot Residential

Address:

$30,000

DA2020/0149

Demolition and reconstruction of Amenities Building at Lake Canobolas Scout Camp

Applicant: Orange City Council 

Owner: Orange City Council

Zone: RE2 Private Recreation

Address: Lot 15 DP 859359 166 Lake Canobolas Road, Nashdale

$96,000

DA2020/0153

Boundary adjustment and construction of new fence.

Applicant:  W & C Whiting

Owner: W & C Whiting

Zone: R1 General Residential

Address:  Lots 11 and 13 DP 513676 – 46 Thistle Street and 125 King Street, Molong

$---

DA2020/0039/1

Modification to the additions to the Cudal Mens Shed

Applicant:  Cudal and Districts Men’s Shed

Owner: Crown Lands

Zone: RU5 Village

Address: Lot 10 DP 1208608 1 Boree Street Cudal

$---

DA2020/0150

Construction of shed.

Applicant:  K. Warner

Owner: K & L Warner

Zone: R1 General Residential

Address: Lot 12 Sec 13 DP 758693, 174 King Street, Molong

$23,800

DA2020/0152

Construction of a Farm Building

Applicant:  T & A Sheridan

Owner: T & A Sheridan

Zone: RU1 Primary Production

Address:  Lot 6 DP 1010730 – Cargo Road, Cargo

$31,000

DA2020/0129

Construction of a shed

Applicant:  B & A Szeniak

Owner: B & A Szeniak

Zone: R5 Large Lot Residential

Address: Lot 10 DP 253307, 30 Ostini Lane, Mullion Creek

$5,000

DA2019/0169

Applicant:  T & A Sheridan

Owner: T & A Sheridan

Zone: RU1 Primary Production

Address:  Lot 6 DP 1010730 –

$1,500,000

TOTAL: 17

$1,905,631

 

SUMMARY OF COMPLYING DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS APPROVED

 

APPLICATION NUMBER

TYPE

ESTIMATED VALUE

CDC2020/1023

Inground Swimming Pool

Applicant: J.Park

Owner: J. Park

Zone: RU5

Address: Lot 6 DP 821819 Marrara Street, Eugowra

$25,000

TOTAL: 3

$25,000

 

GRAND TOTAL: 21

$1,930,631

Previous Month: 20

$4,369,935

 

 

ITEM 14 - MEDIAN PROCESSING TIMES 2020

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To provide information on median processing times.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

4.5.3.a. Assess and determine development applications,construction certificate applications and Onsite Sewerage Management Systems (OSMS) to meet agreed service levels

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\DEVELOPMENT AND BUILDING CONTROLS\BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS\REPORTING - DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS TO COUNCIL - 1130257

 

Director of Environmental Services' REPORT

 

Summary of median Application Processing Times over the last five years for the month of May:

 

YEAR

MEDIAN ACTUAL DAYS

2015

45

2016

41

2017

48

2018

31.5

2019

14

 

Summary of median Application Processing Times for 2019:

 

MONTH

MEDIAN ACTUAL DAYS

January

22

February

12

March

22

April

28

May

20.5

June

 

July

 

August

 

September

 

October

 

November

 

December

 

 

 

ITEM 15 - BURIAL STATISTICS

REPORT IN BRIEF

 

Reason For Report

To provide information on burial statistics.

Policy Implications

Nil

Budget Implications

Nil

IPR Linkage

3.3.1.a - Maintain cemeteries in accordance with community requirements

Annexures

Nil   

File Number

\OFFICIAL RECORDS LIBRARY\PUBLIC HEALTH\CEMETERIES\REPORTING -  BURIAL STATISTICS - 1130251

 

Director of Environmental Services' REPORT

 

YEAR

NO OF BURIALS

2006/07

59

2007/08

62

2008/09

57

2009/10

65

2010/11

40

2011/12

54

2012/13

54

2013/14

80

2014/15

66

2015/16

64

2016/17

41

2017/18

67

2018/19

77

2019/20

 

July

5

August

6

September

8

October

7

November

8

December

2

January

7

February

2

March

5

April

5

May

3

June

 

Total

58

  


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Item 1 Ordinary Meeting 23 June 2020

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Item 3 Ordinary Meeting 23 June 2020

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Item 5 Ordinary Meeting 23 June 2020

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Item 5 Ordinary Meeting 23 June 2020

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Item 6 Ordinary Meeting 23 June 2020

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Item 7 Ordinary Meeting 23 June 2020

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