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


SUMMARY OF ITEMS CONTAINED IN THE
DIVISIONAL MANAGER - DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH - SECTION ONE' REPORT
TO THE MEETING OF THE DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH AND PLANNING COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON 96 03 13TH MARCH, 1996-


05:01 Ward Councillors Reports
05:01.01 8 Eldon Street, Riverwood (244/95)
Detached Dual Dwelling
(Report By Town Planner, Ms. I. Yap)

05:02 Development Applications - Hurstville Ward
05:02.01 21-25 Wright Street, Hurstville (329/95)
Residential Flat Building
(Report By Town Planner, Ms T. Christy)
05:02.02 37-39 Dora Street, Hurstville (531/95, 533/95)
Alterations And Extensions To Two Heritage Buildings
(Report By Town Planner, Ms I. Yap)

05:03 Development Applications - Penshurst Ward
05:03.01 8 Flora Street, Narwee (69/95)
Residential Office
(Report By Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)
05:03.02 80-84 Mercury Street, Narwee (456/95)
Housing For The Aged And Disabled
(Report By Town Planner, Ms. I. Yap)
05:03.03 39 Queensbury Road, Penshurst (311/95)
Multiple Dwellings (Amended)
(Report By Manager - Planning Services, Mr. Michael Buckley)

05:04 Development Applications - Peakhurst Ward
05:04.01 29 William Road, Riverwood (22/96)
Long Day Child Care Centre (Modified Application)
(Report By Town Planner, Ms. T. Christy)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH
DIVISIONAL MANAGER - DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH - SECTION ONE
REPORT NO 01 TO THE DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH AND PLANNING COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON 96 03 13TH MARCH, 1996-


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 AND PLANNING Committee:-


05.01 WARD COUNCILLORS REPORTS



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.01.01 8 ELDON STREET, RIVERWOOD (244/95)
DETACHED DUAL DWELLING
(Report by Town Planner, Ms. I. Yap)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .01.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 8 ELDON STREET, RIVERWOOD (244/95)
DETACHED DUAL DWELLING
(Report by Town Planner, Ms. I. Yap)


. Recommendation 8 ELDON STREET, RIVERWOOD (244/95)
DETACHED DUAL DWELLING
(Report by Town Planner, Ms. I. Yap)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.02 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS - HURSTVILLE WARD



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.02.01 21-25 WRIGHT STREET, HURSTVILLE (329/95)
RESIDENTIAL FLAT BUILDING
(Report by Town Planner, Ms T. Christy)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .02.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 21-25 WRIGHT STREET, HURSTVILLE (329/95)
RESIDENTIAL FLAT BUILDING
(Report by Town Planner, Ms T. Christy)


. Recommendation 21-25 WRIGHT STREET, HURSTVILLE (329/95)
RESIDENTIAL FLAT BUILDING
(Report by Town Planner, Ms T. Christy)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.02.02 37-39 DORA STREET, HURSTVILLE (531/95, 533/95)
ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIONS TO TWO HERITAGE BUILDINGS
(Report by Town Planner, Ms I. Yap)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .02.02
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 37-39 DORA STREET, HURSTVILLE (531/95, 533/95)
ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIONS TO TWO HERITAGE BUILDINGS
(Report by Town Planner, Ms I. Yap)


. Recommendation 37-39 DORA STREET, HURSTVILLE (531/95, 533/95)
ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIONS TO TWO HERITAGE BUILDINGS
(Report by Town Planner, Ms I. Yap)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.03 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS - PENSHURST WARD



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.03.01 8 FLORA STREET, NARWEE (69/95)
RESIDENTIAL OFFICE
(Report by Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .03.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 8 FLORA STREET, NARWEE (69/95)
RESIDENTIAL OFFICE
(Report by Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)


. Recommendation 8 FLORA STREET, NARWEE (69/95)
RESIDENTIAL OFFICE
(Report by Manager, Planning Services, Mr. M. Buckley)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.03.02 80-84 MERCURY STREET, NARWEE (456/95)
HOUSING FOR THE AGED AND DISABLED
(Report by Town Planner, Ms. I. Yap)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .03.02
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 80-84 MERCURY STREET, NARWEE (456/95)
HOUSING FOR THE AGED AND DISABLED
(Report by Town Planner, Ms. I. Yap)


. Recommendation 80-84 MERCURY STREET, NARWEE (456/95)
HOUSING FOR THE AGED AND DISABLED
(Report by Town Planner, Ms. I. Yap)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.03.03 39 QUEENSBURY ROAD, PENSHURST (311/95)
MULTIPLE DWELLINGS (AMENDED)
(Report by Manager - Planning Services, Mr. Michael Buckley)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .03.03
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 39 QUEENSBURY ROAD, PENSHURST (311/95)
MULTIPLE DWELLINGS (AMENDED)
(Report by Manager - Planning Services, Mr. Michael Buckley)


. Recommendation 39 QUEENSBURY ROAD, PENSHURST (311/95)
MULTIPLE DWELLINGS (AMENDED)
(Report by Manager - Planning Services, Mr. Michael Buckley)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH
SECTION 1

ADDENDUM


05.03.04A 25 MACQUARIE PLACE, MORTDALE (579/94)
VARY CAR PARKING REQUIREMENT



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .03.04A
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 25 MACQUARIE PLACE, MORTDALE (579/94)
VARY CAR PARKING REQUIREMENT


. Recommendation 25 MACQUARIE PLACE, MORTDALE (579/94)
VARY CAR PARKING REQUIREMENT



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 29 WILLIAM ROAD, RIVERWOOD (22/96)
LONG DAY CHILD CARE CENTRE (MODIFIED APPLICATION)
(Report by Town Planner, Ms. T. Christy)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 29 WILLIAM ROAD, RIVERWOOD (22/96)

. Recommendation 29 WILLIAM ROAD, RIVERWOOD (22/96)


RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.04.02A 10B LLEWELLYN STREET, OATLEY (146/95)
DETACHED DUAL DWELLINGS
(Report by Ms T. Christy)




Applicant: Paul Blizzard
Proposal: DETACHED DUAL DWELLINGS
Zoning: Zone No. 2 - Residential
Residential Development
Control Plan 1994: Development Area "A"
Owner: Neil Olney
Existing Development: Vacant Site
Cost of Development: $240,000


PRECIS OF REPORT

1. Application previously went to Council Meeting dated 17/1/96, in which it was resolved it be referred for redesign to address certain issues.

2. Extensive negotiations have occurred between the applicant, Ward Councillors, Council Staff and adjoining neighbours.

3. Four (4) letters of objection received in relation to the amendments (two from one occupier).

4. Encroachments to the building envelope and landscaping requirements of Council's repealed Residential Development Control Plan.

5. Recommendation - Approval.

The original application was referred to Council Meeting dated 17/1/96 in which the proposal was referred for a redesign taking into account seven (7) issues.

A copy of that report and resolution has been reproduced below for your convenience.

History

Jan & Feb 1996 Applicant has negotiated with adjoining residents and Ward Councillors.

Feb 96 Amended plans submitted to Council.

16/2/96 - 1/3/96 Adjoining owners notified

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. 2, Residential 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 repealed Residential Development Control Plan 1994 and Council's Interim Residential Code 1995, with its various amendments.

Proposed Development

The proposal has been amended largely to overcome the concerns of ingress and egress into the garages of both dwellings. This is particularly due to the steep nature of the existing driveway.

The design and internal layout of the dwellings have not been altered in any way. However turning bays have been provided to both.

The eastern-most dwelling has now been provided with a turning bay which enables the cars to fully leave the site in a forward motion. The orientation of the garages has been moved, so that the cars will now sit parallel to the side boundaries. The driveway from the access-handle to the turning bay has been banked and now achieves a slope ranging from 20% maximum to approximately 13% or l:7.7. The length of the garages has been increased by 1.5 metres and also the width of the garage doors. The northern-most side of the return bay is now located 0.6 metre from the side boundary.

The western-most dwelling's driveway has been widened and banked, now achieving a grade similar to the eastern-most dwelling. A manoeuvring bay has been added towards the western (rear) boundary enabling the cars to reverse into that and then drive out to the access-handle in a forward motion. The basement level itself is raked and ranges from RL 12.6 in the lowest end (being the northern end) to RL 12.9 at the highest end (being the southern end). This results in less of a gradient between the garage entry and the access-handle.

To allow for sufficient passing of vehicles along the access-handle, the applicant has agreed to pave/concrete the southern boundary from the driveway of the eastern-most dwelling on No. 10B Llewellyn Street to the eastern-most part of the garage of the dwelling located at No. 10 Llewellyn Street. This is for a length of approximately 30 metres. (It has not been extended to the street, as a rock outcrop and substantial trees and shrubs exist there, which would have to be demolished to achieve a 6 metre width. Instead, a width of 4.9 metres will exist east of the dwelling at No. 10 Llewellyn, and this will continue to Llewellyn Street. This is considered appropriate, due to the 30 metre length of which the access-handle will be 6 metre wide.)

Tabled Information

Proposed
Repealed
DCP
Compl
iance
Draft
DCP
Rep
Dft
Site Area 673.55m2
(excl. battle-axe handle)
-
yes
yes
630.0m2
Density 2 dwgs
-
yes
yes
2.1 dwgs
Development Area " A "
Building Height
8.6m
9.5m
yes
no
6m
Private Open Space: 70m2-117m2
70.m2(each)
yes
no
100m2(each)
Landscaped Area 305.1m2
(45%)
370.5m2
(55%)
no
no
370.5m2
(55%)
Building Setbacks: Front 1.1m
0.9m
yes
yes
0.9m
Side/
rear
0.6m-7m/
3.3m
- / -
yes/
yes
no/
yes
2.m/
0.9m
Residential Parking
4.00
4.00
yes
yes
4.00
Visitor Parking
0.00
n/a
yes
yes
n/a
Building Envelope - Front 3.5m/45o
3.5m/45o
yes/no
no
1.5m/45o
Frontage 1.84m/21.6m
-
yes
yes
15m


Comment

Height

The proposed height has not altered from the previous application in any way. It was stated in the previous report:
Landscaped Area

In Development Area "A", the applicant is to provide 55% of the site as landscaped area, this equates to 370.5 square metres. After much negotiation with Council Officers, Ward Councillors and the adjoining neighbours in relation to the driveway ingress and egress, the result of providing turning bays on-site is that the total landscaping for the site is now deficient. The total amount provided is 45% of 305.1 square metres. In lieu of the very much improved access conditions, the deficiency of 10% landscaping will be negligible.

Private Open Space

Under the requirements of the repealed Residential Development Control Plan, the applicant was to provide 70 square metres per dwelling with a principal area of 4 metres x 6 metres. Under the requirements of the Interim Code and Council's resolution on 17/1/96, the applicant was to provide a minimum of 100 square metres with a principal area of 5 metres x 6 metres.

Due to the restrictions on the landscaping caused from the turning bays, manoeuvring areas and widening of the access-handle, both dwellings can achieve the 5 metres x 6 metres, however the eastern-most dwelling has provided a total of 70 square metres (on the eastern side of the dwelling) in lieu of the 100 square metres required. This could be increased to approximately 90 square metres if the retaining wall on the southern side of the dwelling was extended around the driveway, however it would result in the loss of the angophora which is not considered appropriate.

The western-most dwelling has provided a total of 117 square metres made up of 42.5 square metres on the eastern side (being the principal private open space) and a further 75 square metres on the western side which will be left in its natural state.

It should also be noted that the extensive amount of paved areas for the vehicle manoeuvring areas can be used for private recreation as well. However, as instructed by Council's Traffic Engineer, they are to remain unobstructed at all times.

Building Envelope

Since the height has not altered from the previous report, the building envelope has not altered.

The buildings encroach the building envelope under the interim code from the northern side due to the setback being closer than 2 metres and the height greater than 6 metres as required under Council's Interim Residential Code. However, this application was submitted under the repealed Code which has a higher building envelope. The proposal generally complies with that building envelope, with minor encroachment on the northern side particularly due to the slope of the land. Since there is a 2 metre wide easement between the northern boundary and the next adjoining property, this minor encroachment has no effect whatsoever.

Manager Building Services (North)

The amended proposal was referred to the appropriate building inspector who said the previous conditions are still applicable, seeing the changes relate to the provision of suitable ingress and egress which should be addressed by Council's engineers.

Manager Traffic And Transport

Council's Manager of Traffic and Transport still has some concerns regarding the steepness of the vehicular driveway from Llewellyn Street to all properties being serviced by it. However, "if the driveway can be widened to a minimum of 5.2 metres at either some points or continuously, this will enable passing of vehicles, which should alleviate much of the concern related to the steepness of the driveway".

(The applicant has achieved this by widening a 30 metre stretch of the access driveway to 6 metre wide.)

Further, in relation to the provision of on-site reversing areas, it was believed that "... this arrangement will alleviate much of the concern about the use of the garages on such a steep driveway ... it will enable vehicles to enter and leave the driveway in a forward direction". It was stated, however, that these areas are to remain unobstructed by any materials at all times to ensure that the manoeuvring areas can continue to work.

Manager Development Advice

These comments remain the same as in the previous report.

Public Notification and Comment

Adjoining residents were notified by letter and invited to view the amended plans and submit comments on the proposal within fourteen (14) days.

Four (4) letters of objections were registered, their concerns are outlined below:

Please note that two of those were from the same person. Also, a number of the original objections raised have been alleviated through the negotiation period over late December, January and February.

1) Access and Safety: with reference to the number of vehicles using the shared driveway and the problems for pedestrians and vehicles entering and exiting the driveway which is located close to the crest of the hill.

Comment:

The applicant has dedicated some of his site to widen the access-handle to ensure that cars can pass each other safely and improve lines of sight. Therefore, if this application is approved, the site could be better than the current site whereby cars cannot pass each other so one car needs to reverse to the street or to No. 10A Llewellyn Street to enable another to pass. Also, due to the slope, the residents will tend to drive carefully and slowly when entering and leaving the access-handle site.

2) Position of Driveway: vehicular traffic at night from the access driveway creates significant illumination and noise for occupant bedroom which is directly opposite. An additional driveway should be provided to No. 10B Llewellyn Street alongside the existing driveway for No. 10A.

Comment:

The applicant has widened a 30 metre portion of the existing driveway to allow sufficient passing room. If a full-length driveway was built for No. 10B Llewellyn Street, it would have no other real effect except to increase paved areas amongst the three sites and result in the loss of significant vegetation and rock outcrops which are part of the character of this area. It would not alleviate the illumination of headlights as they drive up the access drive towards Llewellyn Street.

3) Loss of privacy, particularly from the eastern-most dwelling.

Comment:

The orientation of the rooms has been designed to ensure internal privacy on the site between the two proposed dwellings. It is proposed to plant shrubs and trees ranging in height along the northern side boundary to decrease any overlooking. Also, the private open space areas have largely been limited to the eastern and south-eastern sides which cannot overview into northern adjoining neighbours. The application will also take into consideration that the northern side of the paved driveway is to be suitably screened.

4) The application does not comply with the height and storey requirements allowed under the interim residential code.

Comment:

The proposal was lodged prior to the introduction of the interim code and, therefore it is morally unfair to enforce these restrictions now.

5) The reverse bay of the western-most dwelling should be enclosed in a brick wall for privacy and to stop cars reversing into the adjoining No. 10A's land. Also, this bay should be built on piles to protect the roots of a nearby tree and should be enclosed with lattice work similar to that beneath the swimming pool at No. 12A Llewellyn Street.

Comment:

It is believed that, yes, the underside of the reverse-bay should be enclosed with lattice work and also that the structure should be built on piles. These details will be provided with the Building Application if the application is approved.

However, rather than enclose the bay with a brick wall, suitable timber screening such as lattice or trellis would be more suitable, especially for the area that the proposal is within.

6) The western-most reverse bay is not to affect the rights, use and enjoyment of the water drainage easement which benefits No. 10A Llewellyn Street.

Comment:

This is a correct statement which will be ensured at the building stage.

In Summary

Extensive negotiations have occurred regarding this proposal especially between the applicant, Ward Councillors and adjoining neighbours.

It appears that this final product has reached an amicable agreement between most parties concerned, without deviating too far from the original requirements of the repealed Residential Development Control Plan under which the application was lodged.

Council should be aware that, should this application be refused, the applicant still has proceedings before the Land and Environment Court and is set down for a call-over on 20 March 1996.

Therefore, in lieu of the history of this application and the amount of negotiations that have occurred, it is believed this final application is a vast improvement on the original proposal; it will improve existing conditions for the access-handle and provide suitable design for a dual occupancy development. Hence, recommendation is for approval.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.02A
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 10B LLEWELLYN STREET, OATLEY (146/95)
DETACHED DUAL DWELLINGS
(Report by Ms T. Christy)


. Recommendation 10B LLEWELLYN STREET, OATLEY (146/95)
DETACHED DUAL DWELLINGS
(Report by Ms T. Christy)



RECOMMENDATION


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 96 03 13TH MARCH, 1996-


06:01 Ward Councillors' Reports

06:02 Building Applications - Hurstville Ward

06:03 Building Applications - Penshurst Ward

06:04 Building Applications - Peakhurst Ward
06:04.01 21 Beaumaris Crescent, Mortdale Dwelling Extension (Report By Environmental Building Surveyor, Mr M Yeung)

06:05 Miscellaneous And Other Matters

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

THERE ARE NO BUILDING APPLICATIONS IN RESPECT OF HURSTVILLE WARD FOR THIS
MEETING.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.03 BUILDING APPLICATIONS - PENSHURST WARD

THERE ARE NO BUILDING APPLICATIONS IN RESPECT OF PENSHURST WARD FOR THIS
MEETING.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.04 BUILDING APPLICATIONS - PEAKHURST WARD



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.04.01 21 BEAUMARIS CRESCENT, MORTDALE Dwelling Extension (Report by Environmental Building Surveyor, Mr M Yeung)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation 21 BEAUMARIS CRESCENT, MORTDALE Dwelling Extension (Report by Environmental Building Surveyor, Mr M Yeung)

. Recommendation 21 BEAUMARIS CRESCENT, MORTDALE Dwelling Extension (Report by Environmental Building Surveyor, Mr M Yeung)


RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.05 MISCELLANEOUS AND OTHER MATTERS

THERE ARE NO REPORTS IN RESPECT OF MISCELLANEOUS AND OTHER MATTERS
FOR THIS MEETING.


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

ADDENDUM


06.05.01A CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA - SUNDAY, 3RD MARCH 1996 (E/00029) (Report by Manager - Health Services, Mr. P. Logue)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .05.01A
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA - SUNDAY, 3RD MARCH 1996 (E/00029) (Report by Manager - Health Services, Mr. P. Logue)

. Recommendation CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA - SUNDAY, 3RD MARCH 1996 (E/00029) (Report by Manager - Health Services, Mr. P. Logue)


RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.05.02A WASTE REGIONS AND REGIONAL WASTE BOARDS (W/00026)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .05.02A
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation WASTE REGIONS AND REGIONAL WASTE BOARDS (W/00026)

. Recommendation WASTE REGIONS AND REGIONAL WASTE BOARDS (W/00026)


RECOMMENDATION