HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
CIVIC CENTRE, MACMAHON STREET, HURSTVILLE.
__________________________________


SUMMARY OF ITEMS CONTAINED IN THE
DIVISIONAL MANAGER - DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH'S - SECTION ONE' REPORT TO THE MEETING OF THE DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH AND PLANNING COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON 95 09 27TH SEPTEMBER, 1995-



05:02 Development Applications - Hurstville Ward

05:02.01 297 Dora Street, Hurstville (Lot 111 & 112 Dp 3406) (141/95)
(Report By Town Planner, Mr Chris King)

05:02.02 2-8 Bridge Street, Hurstville (249/95)
(Report By Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)

05:03 Development Applications - Penshurst Ward

05:04 Development Applications - Peakhurst Ward

05:04.01 705 Forest Road, Peakhurst (143/91)
(Report By Manager - Town Planning, Mr Michael Buckley)

05:04.02 27 Old Forest Road, Lugarno (206/95)
(Report By Town Planner - Ms Tina Christy)

05:04.03 66 Waratah Street, Oatley, (184/95)
(Report By Town Planner, Ms Tina Christy)

05:04.04 10 Hardwick Street, Riverwood (213/95)
(Report By Town Planner - Ms Tina Christy)

05:04.05 5 Llewellyn Street, Oatley (76/95)
(Report By Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH
DIVISIONAL MANAGER - DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH - SECTION ONE
REPORT NO 01TO THE DEVELOPMENT HEALTH & PLANNING COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON 95 09 27TH SEPTEMBER, 1995-


The General Manager
Hustville City Council
The Civic Centre
HURSTVILLE

Dear Sir,

Hereunder is my report No.01 to be submitted to the DEVELOPMENT HEALTH & PLANNING Committee:-


05.02 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS - HURSTVILLE WARD



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.02.01 297 DORA STREET, HURSTVILLE (LOT 111 & 112 DP 3406) (141/95)
(Report by Town Planner, Mr Chris King)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .02.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 297 DORA STREET, HURSTVILLE (LOT 111 & 112 DP 3406) (141/95)
(Report by Town Planner, Mr Chris King)


. Recommendation 297 DORA STREET, HURSTVILLE (LOT 111 & 112 DP 3406) (141/95)
(Report by Town Planner, Mr Chris King)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.02.02 2-8 BRIDGE STREET, HURSTVILLE (249/95)
(Report by Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)




Applicant : Benchmark Developments Pty. Ltd.
Proposal : MIXED DEVELOPMENT
Zoning : Zone No. 3(b) - City Centre Business
Owners : Italo Aust. Club Ltd., Mr. E. Bown, Cecil Bown, Eva Dora Barnes and Mr. A. Matthews
Existing Development : Dwellings
Cost of Development : $3 million


PRECIS OF REPORT

1. Commercial/Residential consisting of 26 x 2 and 26 x 3 bedroom units.

2. Complies with the current DCP No. 4 - Hurstville Town Centre.

3. DCP No. 4 to be amended regarding residential content.

4. Seven (7) written submissions received.

5. Recommendation - approval.


The application before Council seeks favourable consideration of the establishment of a Commercial/Residential development on 2, 4, 6 and 8 Bridge Street, Hurstville.

Existing and Surrounding Development

The subject site will be a consolidation of Lots 1 and 2 DP 501239, Lot 1 DP 88105, Lot 21, DP 974987 and Lot 20 DP 81017. The land is located on the northern side of the Illawarra Railway Line and south of Forest Road, directly opposite the Hurstville Telephone Exchange and the Otis building.

The site is rectangular and flat with an area of 2,617.8 square metres with a street boundary of 81.91 metres and a southern boundary that abuts the railway line of 42.8 metres. Currently standing on the property are three weatherboard and fibro cottages of no architectural significance and past their economic life.

The surrounding area is a mixture of commercial and retail. The southern boundary abuts City Rail land used for works and storage. The northern boundary is common with a used car sales yard. There are residential and commercial uses in Forest Road.

History

Council, at its meeting held on 26 April, 1995 considered a proposal from the applicant requesting the development have a floor space ratio of 2.5:1 in lieu of the 2:1 under Council's Development Control Plan No. 4 - Hurstville Town Centre, in order to make the project economically viable. Council resolved that ".....the applicant be advised that Council is not prepared to agree to an increased floor space ratio for the site at 2-8 Bridge Street, Hurstville and that the development standards contained in the Hurstville Development Control Plan No. 4 are to be adhered to."

Section 90

The site has been inspected and the proposal examined in accordance with the provisions of Section 90 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, and the following comments are submitted for consideration.

Statutory Requirements

The subject site is zoned No. 3(b) - City Centre Business under the Hurstville Local Environmental Plan, 1994, and the proposal is permissible within the zoning with Council consent. The proposal has been assessed against the provisions of Council's Development Control Plan No. 4 - Hurstville Town Centre.

For the purpose of this application the applicant has submitted a State Environmental Planning Policy No. 1 objection to the increase in floor space of some 494.41 square metres (fsr 2.188:1) above Council's maximum requirement. The applicant states that ....."the excess in floor space ratio in this instance to be marginal and insignificant given the contextual impact of surrounding buildings within its vicinity (particularly the Otis building) and the added fact that impact to local amenity will not be further affected by this increase in floor space ratio."

Comment : The request for an increase in floor space ratio is considered unwarranted as the amount equates to approximately 5 or 6 units. The SEPP No. 1 fails to indicate to Council that strict compliance with the floor space ratio would be unreasonable or unnecessary or hinder the attainment of the objects specified in 5(a)(i) and (ii) of the EPA Act 1979. Furthermore the restriction of floor space ratio is not a development standard and is addressed only in DCP No. 4 - Hurstville Town Centre. It is therefore recommended that any approval would be conditioned to reflect a floor space ratio of 2:1.

Development Control Plan No. 4 - Hurstville Town Centre

Council at its Meeting held on 17 July, 1995, resolved to amend the Controls relating to the Land Use Strategy as follows :

RESOLVED THAT Council restrict residential development within the peripheral commercial areas defined in Development Control Plan No. 4 - Hurstville Town Centre to 25% of the total permissible floor space ratio and that this residential component be permitted only above ground floor level.

This application was formally lodged with Council on 14 July, 1995 resulting from earlier discussions with the applicant regarding the concept and compliance with the DCP.

Proposed Development

The proposal involves the establishment of a part eight and part seven level residential and commercial building consisting of 26 x 2 and 26 x 3 bedroom residential units serviced by two lifts, two ground floor offices, a pool, on-ground visitor parking and one level of residential basement parking.

The building is a symmetrical tower, kinked at two points with two central circulation wells for the first seven (7) levels. This alignment of the building is to reduce direct impact from railway noise and give visual relief from bulk. The maximum height of the building is RL 95.35 AHD (25 metres) compared to a RL 104.96 for the ten storey Otis building.

Each residential unit has a balcony area of 18.5 square metres for three bedrooms and 15.8 square metres for two bedrooms by either an open balcony or closed treated with different brickwork and balustrades. Roofs have been added to the top floor and balconies at the street frontage to detract from the horizontal aspect of the main roof area.

Tabled Information:

Proposed
Required
Compliance
Site Area
2,617.8m2
-
-
Floor Space Ratio
2.188:1
2:1 max
see "Statutory Reqs"
Total Floor Space
5,730m2
5,234m2
as above
Building Height
RL 95.35
25m
RL 104
Yes
Residential Parking
59
59
Yes
Visitor Parking
13
13
Yes
Commercial Parking
4
4
Yes

Vehicular Entrance and Parking

The proposal is served by two entry/exit points to Bridge Street. The driveway closest to Forest Road serves for access to the basement resident parking and ground level visitor parking. The remaining driveway will service both the commercial occupancies and visitor parking.

Loading/Unloading

This is divided with the two driveways, where courier and bin storage is provided at either end of the site.

Traffic Implications:

The Traffic Authority Guidelines provide for example daily trips for residential units. These range from 5.0-6.5 vehicles per unit and peak hour vehicular trips at 0.29 trips per unit. The proposal with its projected traffic generation per unit and commercial content will not impact on Bridge Street which is controlled by traffic signals on Forest and King Georges Road. This is confirmed by Council's Manager Traffic and Transport.

Parking

The parking levels have been designed as a two-way circulation system serviced by a combined entry/exit on Bridge Street for basement resident parking via a 1:6 ramp at the rear of the site. Aisle widths and bay dimensions are in accordance with Council's requirements providing for a total of 76 spaces.

Landscaping

The proposal includes a footpath and a mature landscape forecourt of variable width along the Bridge Street frontage that will enhance the building and existing streetscape. A secondary eastern garden at the rear and addressing the pool area will consist of harder shrubs. A condition of any consent will require the applicant to provide a detailed landscaping plan accompanying the formal Building Application.

Overshadowing

Submitted diagrams indicate that most of the winter shadows fall upon the development itself, the Hurstville Telephone Exchange, the Bridge Street carriage way and onto the railway line.

Waste Disposal

Waste will be compacted and stored in bins. Two compactus and storage areas are provided on site and garbage trucks are allowed to enter, collect and leave in a convenient manner. However, this method is not totally accepted and appropriate conditions will reflect Council's requirements.

Drainage

It is required of the applicant to have all drainage directed to the existing street system and such details will be provided by a Hydraulics Engineer with the formal Building Application.

Likely Impact on Television Reception

A report was submitted with the Development Application prepared by Consulting Engineers who have assessed the possible impact of the proposed building to television reception. Their conclusions are reiterated below:

"(a) That there will be minor shadowing of the television signals transmitted by all stations.

The existing topography is such that reception to the South and West of the site is a known area of poor reception and is affected by existing buildings, trains and aircraft interfering with an already attenuated signal.

(b) The affect of the shadowing will vary from household to household for different stations because of the slightly different angles of the transmitters to the building.

(c) In this circumstance the use of a translator is not practical due to the lack of available frequencies.

(d) There is likely to be little or only minor increase in ghosting effect from reflected signal because of its attitude to the local antenna alignments and the effects of the existing buildings.

(e) In summary the alignment of the proposed development, proximity of the existing Otis and Meriton towers, and general landform lead us to the opinion that the development is unlikely to materially degrade reception in the area."

Manager Building Services (North)

The application was referred to the building surveyor regarding compliance with the Building Code of Australia and other pertinent matters.

No objections are raised, however the proposed garage management is not acceptable and requires alteration. Furthermore, noise levels within the building will be required to be addressed and a maximum noise level of 45 dB(A) be achieved.

All these matters will form part of any consent as conditions.

Manager Development Advice

The matter was referred to the Manager Development Advice who raises no objection subject to appropriate drainage requirements and new crossings.

Manager Traffic & Transport

The application was referred to the Manager of Traffic & Transport regarding on-site vehicular movement and traffic management. No objection is made regarding these two points however, has requested that the driveway ramp to the basement be redesigned to decrease the 1:6 grade and make it circular. This will be a condition of consent.

Traffic generation is within an acceptable level and will have little impact on Bridge Street and the surrounding system.

Public Notification and Comment

The proposal was advertised in the Leader and adjoining residents were notified by letter, inviting them to view the plans and submit comments on the proposal within twenty (21) days. Seven (7) submissions were registered, their concerns are outlined below.

(i) City Rail has raised a number of points regarding disposal of drainage across their land, boundary setbacks and noise exposure to future occupants.

Comments

The above concerns have been taken into account and such issues raised ie: acoustic mounding, double brickwork or use of other similar construction materials and double glazing will be added to advisory notes attached to any comment. Furthermore, a condition of consent will require the applicant to submit working plans to City Rail for their comments prior to Building Application approval.

(ii) NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service and the Attorney General's Department have raised concerns to street parking and traffic congestion.

Comments:

The majority of their staff park in the street as a result of leasing agreements. However, this residential development with a commercial content will have little impact on the provision for on-street parking as all residents and, to a degree, visitors and office employees should park on-site. Bridge Street is controlled at both ends by Traffic signals thereby controlling the integration of vehicles into King Georges and Forest Road.

(iii) The density is too high.

Comments:

It is acknowledged that the residential density is greater than that in Residential zoned land, however, commercial/retail uses demand more parking and have a higher occupancy rate per square metre.

(iv) TV Reception.

Comment:

The report prepared and submitted with the Development Application suggested that only minor increase in ghosting effect from reflected signals due to the local antenna alignments and the effects of the existing buildings. However, the report states "The signal shadow cast by the building will be approximately 35 metres wide and accordingly may affect reception in a tapering band in the order of 400 metres away from the building."

(v) Traffic Generation

Comment

As mentioned earlier traffic generation for the proposed development is at an acceptable level so as not to impact on the current traffic signals. The existing Otis building demonstrates the difficulties with commercial floor spaces where staff are not generally permitted to park on-site or tenants are not willing to lease car spaces. In contrast the proposal will have tenant parking on-site as the commercial tenancies are at a size to cater for the needs of staff, as for residential occupants and visitors wanting safe areas for vehicles parking.

(vi) Reduction in property values

Comment

The objector resides on the Penshurst side of Bridge Street and therefore this development will have little impact on property values. It should be mentioned that the site is zoned for commercial uses.

In Summary

Although Council has taken steps to restrict residential development to 25%, the proposal still meets with Council's objectives for Land Use Strategy which promotes residential uses. However, the location of the building and its residential component will have minimal impact on traffic generation and traffic congestion in the local system as opposed to a pure commercial or retail development.

The applicant has agreed to alter the design of the building by reducing the amount of built form to a number of balconies which will improve the external aesthetics of each building face.

Therefore, it is recommended that the development application be approved subject to conditions.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .02.02
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 2-8 BRIDGE STREET, HURSTVILLE (249/95)
(Report by Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)


. Recommendation 2-8 BRIDGE STREET, HURSTVILLE (249/95)
(Report by Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.03 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS - PENSHURST WARD



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH
ADDENDUM


05.03.01A 57-59 OCEAN STREET PENSHURST 62/95
(Report By Manager - Planning Services, Mr Michael Buckley)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .03.01A
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 57-59 OCEAN STREET PENSHURST 62/95
(Report By Manager - Planning Services, Mr Michael Buckley)


. Recommendation 57-59 OCEAN STREET PENSHURST 62/95
(Report By Manager - Planning Services, Mr Michael Buckley)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.04 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS - PEAKHURST WARD



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.04.01 705 FOREST ROAD, PEAKHURST (143/91)
(Report by Manager - Town Planning, Mr Michael Buckley)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 705 FOREST ROAD, PEAKHURST (143/91)
(Report by Manager - Town Planning, Mr Michael Buckley)


. Recommendation 705 FOREST ROAD, PEAKHURST (143/91)
(Report by Manager - Town Planning, Mr Michael Buckley)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.04.02 27 OLD FOREST ROAD, LUGARNO (206/95)
(Report by Town Planner - Ms Tina Christy)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.02
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 27 OLD FOREST ROAD, LUGARNO (206/95)
(Report by Town Planner - Ms Tina Christy)


. Recommendation 27 OLD FOREST ROAD, LUGARNO (206/95)
(Report by Town Planner - Ms Tina Christy)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.04.03 66 WARATAH STREET, OATLEY, (184/95)
(Report by Town Planner, Ms Tina Christy)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.03
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 66 WARATAH STREET, OATLEY, (184/95)
(Report by Town Planner, Ms Tina Christy)


. Recommendation 66 WARATAH STREET, OATLEY, (184/95)
(Report by Town Planner, Ms Tina Christy)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.04.04 10 HARDWICK STREET, RIVERWOOD (213/95)
(Report by Town Planner - Ms Tina Christy)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.04
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 10 HARDWICK STREET, RIVERWOOD (213/95)
(Report by Town Planner - Ms Tina Christy)


. Recommendation 10 HARDWICK STREET, RIVERWOOD (213/95)
(Report by Town Planner - Ms Tina Christy)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.04.05 5 LLEWELLYN STREET, OATLEY (76/95)
(Report by Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.05A
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 5 LLEWELLYN STREET, OATLEY (76/95)
(Report by Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)


. Recommendation 5 LLEWELLYN STREET, OATLEY (76/95)
(Report by Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)



RECOMMENDATION


THAT Council grant development consent for the establishment of an attached dual dwelling at 5 Llewellyn Street, Oatley, subject to the following conditions :

1. Compliance in all respects with amended Drawing Nos 1A (received by Council 14 August, 1995) and 2 tables and documentation prepared by NGM Design and Construction dated 21 May, 1995 and submitted with DA 76/95, except where amended by the conditions of consent.

2. A Building Application being submitted to and approved by the Council in accordance with the requirements of the Local Government (Approvals) Regulation 1993, accompanied by detailed building plans, specifications, and the payment of relevant building application fees.

3. The hours of work on the site during demolition of the existing building or excavation of the site and construction of the proposed building shall be limited to the hours of 7 am to 5 pm Monday to Saturday inclusive with no work on Sundays, Good Friday, Christmas Day or Public Holidays.
PLEASE NOTE : A separate application for demolition work is required to be lodged with Council for approval prior to the commencement of the work.

4. Payment to Council of a contribution pursuant to Section 94(1) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979. The purpose of the contribution is for open space/ community recreation facilities.

The contribution is based on the criteria of any development that results in a nett increase in the City's population which will create extra demand on open space and community recreation facilities. Therefore the requirement for additional open space and embellishment of existing open space is a direct measurable consequence of the approved development.

The contribution is $4,662 and payable prior to the release of the approved building plans.

5. Payment to Council of a contribution pursuant to Section 94(1) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979. The purpose of the contribution is for community services and facilities.

The contribution is based on the criteria of any development that results in a nett gain of people living in the City or a change in the population structure which will create extra demand on community services and facilities.

The contribution is $520 and payable prior to the release of the approved building plans.

6. Payment to Council of a contribution pursuant to Section 94 (1) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979. The purpose of the contribution is for the provision of drainage services.

The contribution is based on the criteria of any development that results in a nett gain of people living in the City or a change in the population structure which will create extra demand on drainage services.

The contribution rate for Georges River catchment is $1.77 per square metre of gross land area of the subject site. The amount is $965 and payable prior to the release of the approved building plans.

7. Stormwater drainage plans prepared by a qualified practising hydraulics engineer being submitted to Council with the Building Application. The layout of the proposed drainage system including pipe sizes, type, grade, length, invert levels, etc., dimensions and types of drainage pits are to be shown.

8. All stormwater to drain by gravity to the kerb and gutter in Llewellyn Street.

9. In accordance with the survey plan and levels submitted by NGM Design and Construction, the proposed dual dwellings shall not exceed RL 43.8 at the main ridge line as measured vertically from any nominated point from natural ground level to the roof line directly above that point.

10. The ground levels of the site shall not be raised/lowered or retaining walls constructed on the boundaries unless specific details are submitted to and approved by Council at Building Application stage.


11. All building materials shall be compatible in colour and texture throughout the whole project. Details and colour of building materials shall be submitted with the Building Application.

12. The building and or work being the subject of the development consent shall not be occupied until a final inspection has been carried out by Council and a Building Certificate issued.

13. The side and rear boundaries of the site shall be fenced with either 1.8 metre high lapped and capped paling fences (suitably stained) or 1.8 metre high colour bond metal fencing, to Council's satisfaction. This work is to be completed prior to the issue of Certificate of Classification. It is to be the responsibility of the developer to ascertain which type of fence is preferred by the adjoining property owners.

14. The vehicular driveway and visitor car parking spaces shall be suitably constructed and sealed in material other than natural coloured concrete or bitumen and drained to Council's specifications. Footpath and crossing levels are to be obtained from the Engineering Division at a fee set by Council.

15. All car spaces shall have minimum dimensions of 2.5m X 5.5m.

16. Applicant to pay Council to
a) Replace existing crossing with kerb and gutter
b) Construct two 100mm thick concrete crossings unreinforced. Quote given on request.
OR
Construction of such vehicular crossing by the applicant subject to:
a) This work being carried out in accordance with Council's conditions and specifications.
b) Payment of Council's administration fee.

17. The submission of a detailed landscape plan to the satisfaction of the Manager, Planning Services, with the building application. This plan is to be prepared by an approved landscape consultant. The plan is to include details of the species, size and number of all plant material, together with the surface treatment of all areas. Landscaping shall be completed to the satisfaction of the Manager, Planning Services in accordance with the approved plan prior to occupation of the building. All landscaping shall be maintained to the satisfaction of the Manager, Planning Services.

Note: In addition the Landscape Plan is to identify all existing trees by Botanical and Common names, having a height which exceeds 3 metres or a girth greater than 300mm at 450 mm above ground level, and their relationship, by scale to the proposed development. NO trees are to be removed or lopped without written Council approval. This plan shall pay particular regard to the retention of any existing trees on the site and to protect adjoining property trees.

18. The developer and his agents shall take all measures to prevent damage to trees and root systems during site works and construction.

19. Should the applicant wish to subdivide the subject dual dwelling at a later date, the relevant authorities are to be contacted regarding their requirements prior to laying any cables or services; Australian Gas Light Company, Telecom and the Sydney Water Board.

20. Payment to Council for an additional garbage service on occupation of the new dwelling. For relief from the second garbage service the landowner shall signify, in writing, that one service is sufficient for the approved dual dwelling developments on the site and that there is no intention to seek approval for a subdivision of the lands by way of a strata subdivision or the like.

21. Provision is to be made for separate electricity and drainage services if a future subdivision application is to be made to Council.

22. No burning of demolition or waste materials shall be carried out on the subject site.

23. Permanent power poles are to be either painted or stained with a suitable colour to the satisfaction of Council, prior to the issue of Certificate of Classification/Building Certificate.

24. The proposed double garages are to be widened to have a 5.5m door jamb width. Details are to be submitted with the Building Application.


ADVISORY NOTES REGARDING THE SUBMISSION OF A BUILDING APPLICATION

A) Indicate the method of subsoil drainage to the eastern facing wall of the attached garage.

B) The fall of the site is to be accurately indicated on the architectural plans to be submitted with the building application.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
CIVIC CENTRE, MACMAHON STREET, HURSTVILLE.
__________________________________


SUMMARY OF ITEMS CONTAINED IN THE
DIVISIONAL MANAGER - DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH - SECTION TWO' REPORT
TO THE MEETING OF THE DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH AND PLANNING COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON 95 09 27TH SEPTEMBER, 1995-


06:01 Ward Councillors' Reports

06:02 Building Applications - Hurstville Ward

06:02.01 38 Cahill Street, Beverly Hills (Hv Ward) (Report By Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)

06:02.02 33 Somerset Street, Hurstville (Hv Ward) (Report By Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)

06:02.03 23 Weston Road, Hurstville (Hv Ward) Report By Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)

06:03 Building Applications - Penshurst Ward

06:04 Building Applications - Peakhurst Ward

06:04.01 134 Woronora Parade, Oatley (Pk Ward) Pole Home Residence With Garage (Report By Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. G Champion)

06:04.02 37A Clarke Street South, Peakhurst (Pk Ward) Report By Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)

06:04.03 11 Macken Street, Oatley (Pk Ward) Report By Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. L. Josifov)

06:05 Miscellaneous And Other Matters

06:05.01 Waste Minimisation Education Officer - Proposed Extension Of Appointment (Report By Manager - Environmental Services, Mr. G Young)

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH
SECTION 2


06.01 WARD COUNCILLORS' REPORTS

THERE ARE NO WARD COUNCILLORS' REPORTS IN RESPECT OF BUILDING APPLICATIONS
FOR THIS MEETING

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.02 BUILDING APPLICATIONS - HURSTVILLE WARD



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.02.01 38 CAHILL STREET, BEVERLY HILLS (HV WARD) (Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .02.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 38 CAHILL STREET, BEVERLY HILLS (HV WARD) (Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)

. Recommendation 38 CAHILL STREET, BEVERLY HILLS (HV WARD) (Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)


RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.02.02 33 SOMERSET STREET, HURSTVILLE (HV WARD) (Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .02.02
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 33 SOMERSET STREET, HURSTVILLE (HV WARD) (Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)

. Recommendation 33 SOMERSET STREET, HURSTVILLE (HV WARD) (Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)


RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.02.03 23 WESTON ROAD, HURSTVILLE (HV WARD) Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .02.03
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 23 WESTON ROAD, HURSTVILLE (HV WARD) Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)

. Recommendation 23 WESTON ROAD, HURSTVILLE (HV WARD) Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)


RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.03 BUILDING APPLICATIONS - PENSHURST WARD

THERE ARE NO BUILDING APPLICATIONS FOR PENSHURST WARD FOR THIS MEETING

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.04 BUILDING APPLICATIONS - PEAKHURST WARD



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06.04.01 134 WORONORA PARADE, OATLEY (PK WARD) Pole Home Residence with Garage (Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. G Champion)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 134 WORONORA PARADE, OATLEY (PK WARD) Pole Home Residence with Garage (Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. G Champion)

. Recommendation 134 WORONORA PARADE, OATLEY (PK WARD) Pole Home Residence with Garage (Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. G Champion)


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06.04.02 37A CLARKE STREET SOUTH, PEAKHURST (PK WARD) Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.02
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 37A CLARKE STREET SOUTH, PEAKHURST (PK WARD) Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)

. Recommendation 37A CLARKE STREET SOUTH, PEAKHURST (PK WARD) Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. R Larter)


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06.04.03 11 MACKEN STREET, OATLEY (PK WARD) Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. L. Josifov)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.03
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 11 MACKEN STREET, OATLEY (PK WARD) Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. L. Josifov)

. Recommendation 11 MACKEN STREET, OATLEY (PK WARD) Report by Environmental Health & Building Surveyor, Mr. L. Josifov)


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06.05 MISCELLANEOUS AND OTHER MATTERS



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06.05.01 WASTE MINIMISATION EDUCATION OFFICER - PROPOSED EXTENSION OF APPOINTMENT (Report by Manager - Environmental Services, Mr. G Young)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .05.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation WASTE MINIMISATION EDUCATION OFFICER - PROPOSED EXTENSION OF APPOINTMENT (Report by Manager - Environmental Services, Mr. G Young)

. Recommendation WASTE MINIMISATION EDUCATION OFFICER - PROPOSED EXTENSION OF APPOINTMENT (Report by Manager - Environmental Services, Mr. G Young)


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