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 97 09 3RD SEPTEMBER, 1997-



05:01 Ward Councillors Reports
05:02 Development Applications - Hurstville Ward
05:03 Development Applications - Penshurst Ward
05:04 Development Applications - Peakhurst Ward
05:05 Miscellaneous And Other Matters
05:05.01 Annual Royal Australian Planning Institute (Rapi) Conference - Nsw Division -
17-20 September, 1997 (File No. C/00073)

05:05.02 To Conduct Sunday Markets On A Weekly Basis In Forest Road Between
Queens Road And Treacy Street

05:05.03 Development Applications Received Between 1 July, 1997 And 31 July, 1997
05:05.04 Development Applications Determined Under Delegated Authority Between 1
July, 1997 And 31 July, 1997

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH
DIVISIONAL MANAGER - DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH - SECTION ONE
REPORT NO 01TO THE DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH AND PLANNING COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON 97 09 3RD SEPTEMBER, 1997-


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


05.02 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS - HURSTVILLE WARD



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.03 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS - PENSHURST WARD



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.04 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS - PEAKHURST WARD



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.05 MISCELLANEOUS AND OTHER MATTERS



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.05.01 ANNUAL ROYAL AUSTRALIAN PLANNING INSTITUTE (RAPI) CONFERENCE - NSW DIVISION - 17-20 SEPTEMBER, 1997
(File No. C/00073)
(Report by Manager, Development Services, Ms. G. Vereker)




The annual conference of the NSW Division of RAPI is to be held from 17 to 20 September, 1997. The conference this year is being held in Armidale and hosted by the University of New England.

The theme of the conference is the "Changing Agenda for Planning" and issues such as Competition Policy and Privatisation, Local Government and Legislative Reform and Urban Design and Environmental Management are scheduled for discussion.

Registration fees are $375.00 for the full conference for RAPI members or $395.00 for non-members. The conference forms part of RAPI's Continuing Professional Development Programme.

Copies of the conference programme have been forwarded to Councillors prior to the finalisation of this report. Attendance at the conference presents opportunities for both Councillors and planning staff to share information and experience in respect to a wide range of planning issues and encourages the development of professional networks. It is usual for the Divisional Manager, Development and Health and/or the Manager, Development Services and the Divisional Manager, Policy, Planning and Environment or an officer of that department to attend the RAPI conference. In addition an invitation is extended to Councillors to attend where possible. Further details regarding the conference venue and accommodation were included in the conference programme.

The Divisional Manager, Business and Financial Services has advised that amounts of $8,307.00 and $6,971.80 have been expended to date from the 1997/98 Delegates' Expenses allocation of $60,000 and $40,000 for Councillors and Senior Officers respectively.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .05.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation ANNUAL ROYAL AUSTRALIAN PLANNING INSTITUTE (RAPI) CONFERENCE - NSW DIVISION - 17-20 SEPTEMBER, 1997

. Recommendation ANNUAL ROYAL AUSTRALIAN PLANNING INSTITUTE (RAPI) CONFERENCE - NSW DIVISION - 17-20 SEPTEMBER, 1997


RECOMMENDATION


THAT

1. Council authorise the attendance of its Manager, Development Services and Strategic Planner at the annual conference of the NSW Division of RAPI, with registration, travel and accommodation expenses being funded from the Training Allocation of the 1997/98 Programme Budget.

2. Attendance by nominated/available Councillors be endorsed and funded from Delegates' Expenses.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.05.02 TO CONDUCT SUNDAY MARKETS ON A WEEKLY BASIS IN FOREST ROAD BETWEEN QUEENS ROAD AND TREACY STREET
(Report by Manager, Development Services, Ms. G. Vereker)




Applicant : Mr. S. Nasser (BARSHA PROMOTIONS)
Proposal : TO CONDUCT SUNDAY MARKETS
ON A WEEKLY BASIS IN FOREST
ROAD BETWEEN QUEENS ROAD AND
TREACY STREET
Zoning : Zone No. 3(b) City Centre Business
Existing Development : Retail and Commercial Uses



PRECIS OF REPORT

1. The proposal is to conduct Sunday markets on a weekly basis in Forest Road, Hurstville (Hurstville Boulevard) between Queens Road and Treacy Street.

2. The proposal involves the closure of Hurstville Boulevard between Queens Road and Treacy Street.

3. Council's Traffic Committee raised no objection to the road closure subject to the applicant negotiating with all affected public transport companies and approval being limited initially to a trial period.

4. Council as property owner of the subject land resolved to agree in principle to the proposal subject to the applicant obtaining Development Consent.

5. The Manager, Building Services has raised concerns regarding the lack of specific information provided in respect to the proposal.

6. In response to the public notification of the proposal, thirty (33) letters and one (1) petition objecting to the development and one (1) letter of support were received.

7. It is recommended that the application be approved for an initial trial period of three (3) months and that the operation be reviewed at the end of this time.


Existing and Surrounding Development

The proposal by the applicant is to conduct Sunday markets within Forest Road from Queens Road to Treacy Street and along MacMahon Street from Barrett Street to Forest Road. All of these streets are within the Hurstville Town Centre and comprise a range of existing retail, commercial, office and entertainment uses. At present the traffic movement within Forest Road is one-way. All of the abovementioned roads would be closed during the markets operating hours.

Section 90 Heads of Consideration

The site has been inspected and the proposal examined in accordance with the Heads of Consideration in Section 90 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and the following comments are made :

Statutory Requirements

The subject land is zoned 3(b) City Centre Business under the provisions of Hurstville LEP 1994. As such the proposed development is permissible with Council consent.

Proposed Development

The proposal has been considered by Council's Traffic Committee and by Council, as property owner, at its meeting held on 23 July, 1997. The applicant has provided a detailed submission outlining the way it is envisaged the markets would operate. This information has been summarised for Council's information as follows :

* Time of Operation

The markets would operate each Sunday, with the required road closure extending from 4.00 am Sunday morning to 12.00 midnight. The markets themselves would operate from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm. The hours prior to 9.00 am and between 4.00 pm and 6.00 pm would be required for the setting up and packing up of stalls. From 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm the applicant intends to provide entertainment. The final two hours from 10.00 pm to 12.00 midnight are required for dismantling of the stage and equipment used in conjunction with the entertainment, and cleaning up of the area.

The applicant proposes a time frame of commencing during September, 1997.

* Physical Extent

The applicant has proposed that the market operation be accompanied by the following road closures :

- Hurstville Boulevard from the entry via Queens Road to the exit in Treacy Street.

- MacMahon Street from the intersection of Barrett and Dora Streets to the intersection with Hurstville Boulevard.

In addition, the applicant's submission states:-

"The roads will be blocked at two points using barricades. The first barricade will be placed at the entry to Hurstville Boulevard from Queens Road and the second at the entry to MacMahon Street.

It is requested that these streets be closed from 4.00 am till 12.00 am. A security guard will be present at both intersections for those hours. All stall holders and delivery drivers will be able to unload and pack up (entering through MacMahon Street) between certain hours and emergency vehicles will have access all day."

* Impact on Existing Public Transport

With respect to the impact on bus and taxi services, the applicant has advised as follows :

"The buses that stop at Hurstville Boulevard on Sundays are; Routes 34, 108, 112, 113, 244, 455, 948 and 499. We intend to relocate these bus routes to stop at Woodville Road on Sundays. All bus companies will be notified as soon as a date is set. Notices with maps will be sent to bus companies to display the changes in their buses two weeks prior to the date. On the Sunday we will also have the changes displayed on the existing bus stops using maps to tell people of the new bus location. The only buses that will be allowed access into Hurstville Boulevard are the early morning Nightrider Buses."

These buses only run until 6.00 am so they will not cause any disruption. Security personnel will be informed of the Nightrider service and will allow them access.

The taxi rank will be relocated to Barrett Street. Cab companies will be notified as soon as a date is set. We will be placing a notice at the taxi rank one week prior to the set date, and on the Sunday we will also have the changes displayed on the taxi ranks with a map to tell people of the new location."

* Organisation of Stalls

The applicant has advised that it is intended to divide the market area into four divisions with differing rates for stalls. In addition each area will have a different theme, i.e., food / novelties / general market merchandise. The applicant also intends to charge different rates for stalls operated by local businesses, as follows :

"A three tiered system will be used in pricing the Market stalls so as to protect local business interest. Local businesses will have the opportunity to take out a stall at the lowest rate, simply because of their interests in the area. The stall prices will be broken into 3 categories :

1. Local Business
2. Local Residents
3. Non-Local

In using this type of system, we are hoping to encourage local business and local residents to join in the markets. If local Businesses do not intend to take out a stall, they can simply enjoy the extra trade within their own premises, brought on by the market patrons."

* Entertainment

The development proposes the construction of a stage, situated on the corner of Hurstville Boulevard and MacMahon Street in the Ritz Hotel beer garden. The applicant proposes to provide entertainment during the day from this stage and theatre performances at night, i.e. between 6pm and 10pm.

Divisional Referrals and Comment

Manager - Building Services

The Manager - Building Services raised no objections to the principle of the markets application, but listed several issues for Council's consideration. These will be discussed in detail in a later section of this report.

Council's Traffic Committee

Council's Works Committee meeting of 11th June, 1997 received a report from the Local Traffic Committee regarding the road closures requested to enable operation of the markets. The report discussed not only the road closures but also the associated issues of relocation of bus and taxi stops and routes. The Traffic Committee's recommendation, which was subsequently adopted by Council, stated as follows:-
Public Notification and Comment

The Development Application was placed on public notification for a period of fourteen (14) days from 25th July to 8th August, 1997. Notification involved forwarding letters to all property owners in the vicinity of the proposed extent of the markets and the delivering of a letter to each occupier of each building within the area of the proposed road closure.

The notification resulted in the receipt of a total of thirty two (33) letters and one (1) petition with forty one (41) signatures objecting to the proposal and one (1) letter of support from the Chamber of Commerce. Reasons given for objecting have been summarised as follows:-

* Adverse impact of the proposed road closures - parking and traffic impacts

- previous road closures due to single day celebrations/festivals resulted in a substantial reduction in trading,

- road closures will mean there will be no access to Hurstville Shopping Centre from the east (i.e. from Kogarah),

- loss of street parking is clearly detrimental to trading levels

- road closures will impact on safety as access for emergency vehicles will be restricted,

- vehicular access and parking for delivery vehicles servicing existing Sunday traders will be restricted or prohibited,

- markets should be located to a site which does not require any road closures,

- applicant should have provided a full traffic study carried out by a professional traffic consultant prior to the proposal being considered,

- existing level of street parking is insufficient. Road closures will exacerbate this situation. No parking will be available for customers of existing Sunday traders.

- available parking will be taken by stall holders, not customers,

- adverse impact of the relocation of bus and taxi routes and stops,

- applicant should have consulted with and obtained the agreement of all bus and taxi operators prior to the markets application being considered,

- adverse impact on elderly and disabled due to greater distance to access bus and taxi stops and potential for confusion regarding relocation of bus and taxi stops and routes.

* Adverse economic impact

- situation for traders in Hurstville is already difficult. The presence of the markets will reduce rather than increase customers.

- markets will detract from the attractiveness of the retail precinct and, in fact, keep customers away,

- stallholders present unfair competition and will undercut permanent businesses because they have no overheads,

- stallholders are generally itinerant traders who have no loyalty to the local community. They will profit while local traders will lose.

- stallholders will compete directly against existing businesses,

- stallholders return nothing to the local community because they do not pay rates or rent at the same level as local businesses,

- markets will not attract the type of customers which will become regular customers of the existing permanent businesses.

* Other adverse impacts

- markets will be unsightly,

- markets will lead to increased vandalism, crime, shoplifting and anti-social behaviour,

- markets will create additional rubbish,

- toilet facilities will be inadequate, existing traders will be expected to permit access to their own facilities.

Consideration of Issues

* Proposed Road Closures

It is clear from the level of objection received that existing retail operators within the Hurstville CBD are extremely concerned that the proposed road closures will have a detrimental impact on trading. Whether or not these fears will become reality should the markets proceed is difficult to assess and Council may therefore be faced with making a value judgement. Existing markets within other Local Government areas, such as those operating in Glebe, Paddington and in Wollongong (where at least four (4) markets operate on a regular basis), do not involve the closure of any roads (Paddington markets does involve the closing of an existing dead-end lane). On this basis it is difficult to provide any comparative information on the impact which may result from the closure of the requested roads.

As a response to the objections received regarding the road closure, the applicant has lodged a further submission which suggests the phasing in of the road closures in three (3) stages as follows:-

"Stage One - 21/9/97

* Stalls made available on footpath (general stalls)
* Road to remain open
* All technical and legal matters with Council completed
* Barrett Street toilets open on Sunday
* Forest Road/face sign erected by Council at Council's expense
* Forest Road/face sign to show:
a. Forest Road
b. Sunday Markets
c. Community Notices
At Barsha Promotions expense
* No stall visual conformity applicable in this period

Stage Two - 12/10/97

* Forest Road closed from Queens Road to MacMahon
Street/after discussions with Chamber
* Main strip of Forest Road still open from MacMahon Street
* Security staff patrolling
* Theatre opens with amateur entertainment
* Memorial stage in full operation
* Buses diverted
* Extra bins provided
* Public notices in place

Stage 3 (including 1 and 2) - 8th & 9th Nov, 1997 - Fully Operational

* Road closure discussed with Chamber
* Local business survey
* Full road closure as per traffic report
* Memorial stage in full operation
* Theatre in full operation with drama, etc.
* Novelties area commences
* Hurstville express train takes off
* Taxis diverted
* Community groups invited to participate
* Tourist initiative begins
* Stalls are moved onto road"


Taking into account the objections received and the applicant's revised submission, it is considered that Council has the following options open to it with respect to the proposed road closures:-

1. Adopt the closures as originally proposed.

2. Reduce the extent of the proposed road closures, possibly to eliminate the section of Forest Road and MacMahon Street from Queens Road to Barratt Street.

3. Stage the road closures as proposed in the applicant's latest submission.

4. Defer consideration of the Development Application pending submission of a full traffic study prepared by a professional traffic consultant.

5. Defer consideration of the Development Application pending assessment of alternative locations which do not involve major road closures.

* Economic Impact
Outstanding Issues

Should Council resolve to support the Development Application, Council must determine whether certain outstanding matters need to be determined prior to the issue of Development Consent, or whether they can be satisfied as conditions of consent:-

* Final approval/support of the Chamber of Commerce.
* Approval/attitude of relevant bus and taxi operators.
* Detailed plans of the layout and location of individual stalls.
* Detailed plans of the design of the stalls and the stage.
* Location and/or means of storage of the stage and associated equipment.
* Accurate assessment of anticipated patronage.
* Provision of toilet facilities.
* Provision of parking facilities.

Several of these issues were raised by objectors and by the Manager, Building Services in his referral. Part of the difficulty in assessing this Development Application lies in the fact that not all of the issues related to the market operation can be resolved at this point in time. It appears that the applicant does not know the final number of stalls or the types of merchandise to be sold by each stall. Nor can the applicant provide a final estimate of the potential patronage. Council therefore must form an opinion in respect to the development with several questions left unanswered.

In planning terms, the issue of the provision of adequate parking also remains a concern. For the markets to be a success, adequate parking must be available not only to attract additional customers, but also not to deter existing patrons of the shopping centre, particularly those wishing to gain access to existing Sunday trading establishments. The applicant has stated that existing parking provision will suffice for the markets on the basis that proprietors of parking areas, such as Westfield Car Park will be asked to open their carparks from 8.00 am. However, both Westfield management and that of the Supercentre have lodged objections to the markets development stating that neither has agreed to the principle of their parking areas being used for market patrons or stallholders.

Conclusion

Council is faced with a difficult decision in determining whether the operation of markets within the Hurstville Town Centre and the related road closures will be beneficial or otherwise to the viability of the retail centre. However, it is considered that approving the operation for a trial period of three (3) months, in accordance with the stages suggested by the applicant is Council's best option. A three (3) month trial will permit Council, existing traders and the community to undertake a more factual assessment of the impacts of the markets and of the associated road closures. Should Council not permit the trial period, Council will never be certain whether or not the markets may have boosted the viability and vitality of the Hurstville shopping centre. It is therefore recommended that Council endorse the staged market operation as suggested by the applicant for a trial period of three (3) months.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
BUSINESS PAPER
COMMENT

DATE: 97 09 03rd September, 1997-
TITLE: Development and Health - Section One
ITEM NUMBER: 0505.02
HEADING: Comment - TO CONDUCT SUNDAY MARKETS ON A WEEKLY BASIS IN FOREST ROAD BETWEEN QUEENS ROAD AND TREACY STREET
(Report by Manager, Development Services, Ms. G. Vereker)


10/09/1997 08:55:52 PM

Comment: Recission motion moved on 3/9/97 and dealt with at the Council meeting
held on 10/9/97. At this meeting Council approved the recommendation
subject to Forest Road between Queens Road and Barratt Street remaining
open.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .05.02
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation TO CONDUCT SUNDAY MARKETS ON A WEEKLY BASIS IN FOREST ROAD BETWEEN QUEENS ROAD AND TREACY STREET
(Report by Manager, Development Services, Ms. G. Vereker)


. Recommendation TO CONDUCT SUNDAY MARKETS ON A WEEKLY BASIS IN FOREST ROAD BETWEEN QUEENS ROAD AND TREACY STREET
(Report by Manager, Development Services, Ms. G. Vereker)



RECOMMENDATION


THAT Council as the consent authority approve Development Application DA 161/97 for the operation of a weekly Sunday market in Forest Road between Queens Road and Treacy Street, subject to the following conditions :

LIMITATION ON CONSENT

1. This consent is valid only for a trial period of three (3) months from the date of operation of the first market.

Should the applicant wish to pursue the operation beyond the initial period the applicant must apply to Council for an extension of the consent period, prior to the expiry of the initial three (3) month period. Should Council receive no request for extension within this time, the Development Consent will lapse.

2. This consent permits the markets and associated road closures to operate only in accordance with the staged proposal as outlined in the letter from Barsha Promotions received by Council on 22 August, 1997, and attached to this consent.

RESTRICTIONS ON MARKET OPERATION

3. All buildings and areas within the shopping centre subject to the proposed road closure must remain accessible to emergency vehicles at all times.

4. Location of individual market stalls must not prohibit or adversely affect pedestrian access to existing retail premises or to facilities such as automatic teller machines (ATM's).

COMPLIANCE WITH POLICIES AND STATUTORY AUTHORITIES

5. The operation of the markets and related road closures must comply with Council's Policy Regarding Street Closures for Festivities.

6. All food stalls must comply with Council's Code for Temporary Food Premises.

7. The Alcohol Free Zone proclaimed for Hurstville Boulevard and MacMahon Street must be strictly observed and all signs defining the extent of the zone shall remain visible to market patrons and stall holders.

8. Any noise generated by promotional or other activities associated with the markets including power generators must comply with the Noise Pollution Guidelines as set out in the Environmental Noise Control Manual prepared by the Environmental Protection Authority.

9. Prior to commencement of the market operation the applicant must obtain and submit to Council the written approval of the Police Service to the proposed arrangements and the Police Service must be satisfied, with the proposed arrangements for crowd control, safety of members of the public and protection of public and private property, with provision at the applicant's cost of adequate foot patrols by security personnel for the period from the time the street is closed until it is re-opened to traffic.

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SUBMISSION OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

10. An "F.7" activity application pursuant to Section 68 of the Local Government Act, 1993 including the following information must be submitted to Council a minimum of fourteen (14) days prior to the first market day :

a) final written support/approval of the Hurstville Chamber of Commerce,

b) letters of agreement from all affected bus and taxi operators regarding changes to transport routes and stops,

c) detailed plans of the location of all stalls, the stage, catwalk and any other promotional fixtures,

d) plans and elevations (possibly photographs) of the standard stall,

e) details of the location/means of storage of the stage and associated equipment,

f) an accurate assessment of anticipated patronage,

g) details of all directional signs relating to the relocation of bus and taxi routes and stops.

11. The applicant must submit a Building Application to Council in accordance with the requirements of the Local Government (Approvals) Regulation 1993, for the construction of the stage seating and any associated structures.

12. A separate application must be made to Council for the installation and conduct of any amusement devices/rides.

13. A listing of types of articles for sale by stalls must be submitted to Council for approval. In this respect, should any stall intend to sell living plants, the stallholder must be registered or have obtained an exemption from registration as a reseller of plants, from the Director General, Department of Agriculture NSW.

14. A separate Development Application must be submitted detailing all proposed promotional signage, including size, materials, location, colours and wording.

HEALTH AND BUILDING REQUIREMENTS

15. Temporary toilet accommodation at the rate of one (1) WC per 1200 males and one (1) WC per 600 females in attendance at the markets must be provided should permanent WC facilities not be available in the vicinity of the markets.

16. Provision must be made for adequate litter bins for use by the public to supplement the litter bin fixtures provided by Council and arrangements shall be made by the karket organiser for the cleaning of the markets area.

17. Waste packaging and other general waste must be removed by the market organiser and shall not be placed in Council litter bins or in the footpath adjacent thereto.

18. All liquid waste and/or food waste must be removed by market organiser and under no circumstances shall such wastes be disposed via the street drainage system.

19. Access to public utility service inspection lids or panels including water hydrants, shall not be obstructed by the set up of stalls or equipment.



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.05.03 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BETWEEN 1 JULY, 1997 AND 31 JULY, 1997



The Development Applications as set out in the attached schedules have been received between 1 July and 31 July, 1997.

D.A. NO.
PROPERTY
APPLICANT
DESCRIPTIONS
VALUE
152/97
22 Woodville Street
Hurstville
B NestorovskiCommercial Sign
Use
153/97
3 Cross Street
Hurstville
Trollope Silverwood & BeckBank Fitout
Use
154/97
6/802-820 Forest Road
Peakhurst
Graham WarnChange of Use
Use
155/97
76 Roberts Avenue
Mortdale
CM & O De SousaPanel Beaters
$20,000
156/97
39 Morts Road
Mortdale
M. FinnConveyancing Business
Use
157/97
18 Flora Street
Narwee
Mr H R SteadDetached Single Storey Dual Occupancy
$120,000
158/97
46 Gloucester Road
Hurstville
Pacific AlliedThree Storey Unit Block - 11x3 & 1x2 Bedrooms
$1.2 million
159/97
2/52 Stanley Street
Peakhurst
P A PomfretChange of Use
Use
160/97
43 Norman Street
Peakhurst
S&H Maintenance Warehouse and Office for Property Maintenance Business
Use
161/97
(Road) Forest Road
Hurstville
S NasserSunday Markets
Use
162/97
469 King Georges Road
Beverly Hills
KNT ManagementShop Fitout - Restaurant
$76,000
163/97
17/802-820 Forest Road
Peakhurst
A DayChange of Use
Use
164/97
3 Cross Street
Hurstville
Otto DesignShop Fitout
$20,000
165/97
77 Mulga Road
Oatley
K Tangchange of Use
Use
166/97
3 Cross Street
Hurstville
Westfield DesignCommercial Sign
Use
167/97
19 Woodlands Avenue
Lugarno
F G GarthDetached Dual Occupancy - Existing Single Storey Dwelling Below Foreshore Line
Us
Existing on site
168/97
703 Forest Road
Peakhurst
Macolino Drafting ServicesShop Fitout
$85,000
169/97
265 Kingsgrove Road
Kingsgrove
Commercial Glass & ShopfittingCommercial Sign
Use
170/97
13 MacMahon Street
Hurstville
Caporale DesignsCommercial Occupation
Use
171/97
66 Lorraine Street
Peakhurst
B MorrisTwo Storey Development - Ground Floor Commercial - First Floor Residential - 3 Home Units
$160,000
172/97
27 Southern Street
Oatley
P GrahamBelow Mean High Water Mark - Jetty & Pontoon
$7,500
173/97
29 William Road
Riverwood
J WardChild Care Centre - Extend from 36-45 Children Including 3-5 year olds & Additional Hours
Use
174/97
28 Pitt Street
Mortdale
PAM Relaxation ServicesBrothel in Two First Floor Residential Units
Use
175/97
61 Henry Lawson Drive
Peakhurst
M. LeeShop Fitout
$5,000
176/97
51 Moutview Avenue
Beverly Hills
Ultra Design & EngineeringAttached Two Storey Dual Occupancy - 2x4 Bedroom/4 Parking
$180,000
177/97
64A Cambridge Street
Penshurst
Z KassisTwo Townhouses and Four Villas - 6x3 Bedroom/ 10 Parking
$565,000
178/97
5 Pearce Avenue
Peakhurst
Department of HousingHousing for Aged & Disabled
$905,000
179/97
80 Oatley Park Avenue
Oatley
Public Works & Services DepartmentAdditions to Two Existing Single Storey Classroom Blocks - Oatley West Public School
$80,000
180/97
3 Cross Street
Hurstville
V TradShop Fitout
Use
181/97
2 Rose Street
Hurstville
K MumtazShop Fitout
Use
182/97
35 Edith Street
Hurstville
S JonovskiHome Activity - Office for Wholesale Importing of Liquor
Use
183/97
127 Forest Road
Hurstville
X WangChange of Use
Use
184/97
4/15 Norman Street
Peakhurst
S KoulisFactory Fitout
Use
185/97
38 The Avenue
Hurstville
Randles Hill ArchitectsFive Storey Mixed Development - 12x2 & 4x3 Bedroom Units - 1 Commercial
$2.3 million


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .05.03
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BETWEEN 1 JULY, 1997 AND 31 JULY, 1997

. Recommendation DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BETWEEN 1 JULY, 1997 AND 31 JULY, 1997


RECOMMENDATION


THAT the information be noted.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


05.05.04 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS DETERMINED UNDER DELEGATED AUTHORITY BETWEEN 1 JULY, 1997 AND 31 JULY, 1997



The Development Applications as set out in the attached schedules have been Approved (Part A) or Refused (Part B) under delegated authority between 1 July and 31 July, 1997.

Part A

D.A. NO.
PROPERTY
APPLICANT
DESCRIPTIONS
RESULT DATE
578/95
76 Woronora Parade
Oatley
P A NoppenDetached Three Bedroom Dual Dwellings
31/7/97
139/96
20 Thurlow Street
Riverwood
R Chan3x3 Bedroom Single Storey Villas
9/7/97
252/96
13 Bryant Street
Narwee
P Paradisis9 Units
1/7/97
429/96
23 Baumans Road
Riverwood
Cassdon Engineering Pty LtdDetached Single Storey Dual Occupancy - 3 Bedrooms
21/7/97
443/96
1 Forest Road
Hurstville
V Pisaturo4x2 & 2x3 Bedroom Dual Occupancies
1/7/97
32/97
185C Forest Road
Hurstville
Adeco - M Mioduszeliski3x1 & 3x2 Bedroom plus Shop
31/7/97
42/97
69 Woodlands Avenue
Lugarno
C & H KovolosRetaining Wall on Side Boundary
18/7/97
56/97
41 Junction Road
Beverly Hills
Mrs S Mijovski1x3 Two Storey T/house
1x2 Single Storey Villa
7/7/97
74/97
45 Jersey Avenue
Mortdale
G C PayneDetached Two Storey Five Bedroom Dwelling
1/7/97
77/97
68 Gungah Bay Road
Oatley
Graphic AdvertisingHome Occupation
1/7/97
78/97
2-8 Bridge Street
Hurstville
Jahl Pty LtdLong Day Child Care Centre 46 Places
9/7/97
81/97
21 Ogilvy Street
Peakhurst
J & J BaresicAttached Two Storey 4 Bedroom Dual Occupancy
3/7/97
84/97
61 Forest Road
Hurstville
Designcraft Pty LtdSigns
1/7/97
96/97
95 Forest Road
Hurstville
Containers PackagingInstallation of Reconditioned 20m Exhaust Stack
21/7/97
98/97
380 Forest Road
Hurstville
AdherettesCommercial Sign
1/7/97
103/97
27 Southern Street
Oatley
P & C GrahamRetaining Wall & Levelling of Rear Terrace
7/7/97
112/97
54/2-8 Bridge Street
Hurstville
Intech Software Pty LtdOffice Fitout
1/7/97
115/97
21/47 Lorraine Street
Peakhurst
Nix Electrical ServicesElectrical & Refrigeration Technicians
2/7/97
123/97
11 Lorraine Street
Peakhurst
S ShortAutomotive Mechanical Repairs & Service
18/7/97
124/97
465 King Georges Road
Beverly Hills
W KongCommercial Sign
22/7/97
125/97
22 Woodville Street
Hurstville
B NestorovskiShop Fitout
2/7/97
127/97
160 Forest Road
Hurstville
W LauShop Fitout
18/7/97
135/97
5/176-184 Belmore Road
Riverwood
Century 21Commercial Sign
21/7/97
136/97
5/176-184 Belmore Road
Riverwood
Century 21Change of Use
1/7/97
138/97
324 Forest Road
Hurstville
Paddock RestaurantShop Fitout
18/7/97
139/97
9/8 Crofts Avenue
Hurstville
L JohnsonCommercial Sign
22/7/97
140/97
32 Villiers Avenue
Mortdale
S Sekulovski2 Storey Detached Dual Occupancy
25/7/97
142/97
5/52 Stanley Street
Peakhurst
G GuFactory Fitout
18/7/97
143/97
30/47 Lorraine Street
Peakhurst
Buckley BrosWarehouse
18/7/97
144/97
245 Belmore Road
Riverwood
I KhouryCommercial Sign
22/7/97
145/97
4 The Crescent
Kingsgrove
Goodman Fielder MillsInstallation of Bulk Liquid Carbon Dioxide Storage Vessel
22/7/97
146/97
200 Forest Road
Hurstville
H TseOffice Fitout
22/7/97
148/97
12/802-820 Forest Road
Peakhurst
C PowditchBirthday Party Facility for Children
18/7/97
151/97
1/47 Lorraine Street
Peakhurst
Regent ConstructionsExtend Mezzanine Floor for Office and Storage / Workshop
22/7/97
152/97
22 Woodville Street
Hurstville
B NestorovskiCommercial Sign
9/7/97
153/97
3 Cross Street
Hurstville
Trollope Silverwood & BeckShop Fitout
22/7/97
154/97
6/802-820 Forest Road
Peakhurst
G WarnChange of Use
21/7/97
156/97
39 Morts Road
Mortdale
M FinnConveyancing Business
22/7/97
160/97
43 Norman Street]
Peakhurst
S & H Maintenance GroupWarehouse & Office
22/7/97
163/97
17/802-820 Forest Road
Peakhurst
A DayChange of Use
31/7/97

Part B

D.A. NO.
PROPERTY
APPLICANT
DESCRIPTION
RESULT DATE
29/97
29 Argyle Street
Penshurst
City Growth Service2x3 Bedroom Dual Occupancy
18/7/97


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .05.04
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS DETERMINED UNDER DELEGATED AUTHORITY BETWEEN 1 JULY, 1997 AND 31 JULY, 1997

. Recommendation DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS DETERMINED UNDER DELEGATED AUTHORITY BETWEEN 1 JULY, 1997 AND 31 JULY, 1997


RECOMMENDATION


THAT the information be noted.

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 97 09 3RD SEPTEMBER, 1997-





06:01 Ward Councillors' Reports

06:02 Building Applications - Hurstville Ward

06:03 Building Applications - Penshurst Ward

06:04 Building Applications - Peakhurst Ward

06:05 Miscellaneous And Other Matters

06:05.01 Southern Sydney Waste Planning & Management Board (Report By Manager - Environmental Services, Mr P Chrystal) (File W/00028)

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

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

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO:
.

DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.05 MISCELLANEOUS AND OTHER MATTERS



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH


06.05.01 SOUTHERN SYDNEY WASTE PLANNING & MANAGEMENT BOARD (Report by Manager - Environmental Services, Mr P Chrystal) (File W/00028)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .05.01
DEVELOPMENT & HEALTH

HEADING: Recommendation SOUTHERN SYDNEY WASTE PLANNING & MANAGEMENT BOARD (Report by Manager - Environmental Services, Mr P Chrystal) (File W/00028)

. Recommendation SOUTHERN SYDNEY WASTE PLANNING & MANAGEMENT BOARD (Report by Manager - Environmental Services, Mr P Chrystal) (File W/00028)


RECOMMENDATION