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Planning Committee Meeting

 

Supplementary BUSINESS PAPER

 

 

 

Tuesday 13 September 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Administrative Centre 30 Frances Street Randwick 2031

Telephone: 1300 722 542

Fax: 02 9319 1510

 council@randwick.nsw.gov.au

www.randwick.nsw.gov.au


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Planning Committee                                                                                                 13 September 2016

 

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Planning Committee Meeting

 

Notice is hereby given that a Planning Committee Meeting of the Council of the City of Randwick will be held in the Council Chamber, First Floor, 90 Avoca Street Randwick on Tuesday, 13 September 2016 at 6:00 p.m.

 

 

 

Late General Manager’s Reports

 

M9/16       Interim Heritage Order on 48 Dudley Street, Coogee................................. 1

M10/16     Randwick Council's nominated delegates for Sydney East JRPP.................. 3     

 

 

 

 

 

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Ray Brownlee

General Manager

 


Planning Committee                                                                                                 13 September 2016

 

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Miscellaneous Report No. M9/16

 

Subject:              Interim Heritage Order on 48 Dudley Street, Coogee

Folder No:                DA/455/2016

Author:                     David Ongkili, Coordinator Strategic Planning     

 

Introduction

 

An Interim Heritage Order (IHO) has been placed on the building and site at 48 Dudley Street, Coogee, effective from 8 September 2016, as Council’s Heritage Planner has formed the view that the subject building at 48 Dudley St, Coogee, warrants further investigation to determine whether it is of heritage significance. The building is under threat of demolition based on a current Complying Development Certificate for its proposed demolition (that is, the proposed demolition is a complying development meeting all the standards for such works under the State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Code) 2008). Accordingly, if an Order had not been placed on the building, the certifier may have proceeded to issue a certificate allowing for the demolition of the building. The subject site is also the subject of a development application for the demolition of existing structures, construction of a 4 storey residential flat building containing 11 dwellings, basement car parking for 16 vehicles, landscaping and associated works, which is also the subject of an appeal in the Land and Environment Court.

The IHO was published in the Government Gazette on 8 September 2016 and is consistent with the provisions of the Heritage Act 1977 and the Heritage Council Guidelines. In particular, Section 25 of the Heritage Act 1977 authorises a Council to make an Interim Heritage Order for a building and/or place that Council considers may, on further inquiry or investigation, be found to be of local heritage significance, and that the council considers is being or is likely to be harmed.

 

Implications / process following IHO

 

After the IHO is made, Council is required within 7 days of making the order to:

 

·     notify the affected owner or occupier of the IHO and the notice is to include a statement as to the effect of the order and the reasons for making the order.

 

·     publish in a newspaper circulating in the area in which the building item is situated a notice of the making of the order.

 

·     Inform the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) of the IHO so it can be included in the Office’s IHO inventory

 

Council has prepared a letter to the owner and the NSW OEH, as well as a notice in the newspaper to notify of the IHO.

Council is also required to make a decision about whether to take further action to  list the building/place as a heritage item on a Local Environmental Plan (LEP). This decision must be based on a heritage assessment prepared by a person with appropriate heritage knowledge, skills and experience who can be an employee of, or a consultant expert engaged by, Council. Council has engaged a heritage expert to undertake the investigation and assessment of the heritage significance of the property with a view to listing the property in the Randwick LEP schedule should the expert assessment indicate that this is warranted. In this regard, an IHO lasts for 6 months unless Council resolves to add the item to its LEP schedule, in which case, 12 months applies. Council can revoke an IHO at any time.

 

 

Relationship to City Plan

 

The relationship with the City Plan is as follows:

 

Outcome 4: Excellence in urban design and development.

Direction 4a: Improved design and sustainability across all development.

 

Financial impact statement

 

There is no direct financial impact for this matter.

 

Conclusion

 

The outcomes of the heritage expert investigation and assessment of the property, and whether to proceed with LEP listing, will be reported back to Council as soon as these outcomes are available.

 

 

Recommendation

 

That this report be received and noted.

 

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

Nil

 

 


Planning Committee                                                                                                 13 September 2016

 

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Miscellaneous Report No. M10/16

 

Subject:              Randwick Council's nominated delegates for Sydney East JRPP 

Folder No:                F2009/00256

Author:                     David Ongkili, Coordinator Strategic Planning      

 

Introduction

 

Council is required to nominate delegates and alternates to the Sydney East the Joint Regional Planning Panels  JRPP for the period  up to November 2016.  On 21 November 2016, the JRPP will be replaced by Sydney Planning Panels.

 

Randwick Council’s current nominated membership from September 2015 to September 2016 comprises:

 

Cr Scott Nash and Cr Kiel Smith (as Delegates)

Cr Murray Mason, Cr Greg Moore, Cr Anthony Andrews and Cr Tony Bowen (as alternates)

 

Reason for Nominations

 

On 7 September 2016, the JRPP Secretariat contacted Council to advise that the membership dates for Randwick Council’s current nominated alternates are due to expire on 30 September 2016. Accordingly, the Secretariat has sought advice if Council would like to nominate new alternates or, if Council wishes to extend the membership duration of the current JRPP alternates.

 

Relationship to City Plan

 

The relationship with the City Plan is as follows:

 

Outcome 4: Excellence in Urban Design and development.

Direction 4a: Improved design and sustainability across all development.

 

Financial impact statement

 

There is no direct financial impact for this matter.

 

 

 

Recommendation

 

That Councillors be nominated to be delegates and alternates to the Sydney East JRPP to the period up to 20 November 2016.

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

Nil