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Public notices – week beginning 17 December 2018

Publish on 17 Dec 2018 All suburbs Airds, Ambarvale, Bardia, Blair Athol, Blairmount, Bow Bowing, Bradbury, Campbelltown, Claymore, Denham Court, Eagle Vale, Englorie Park, Eschol Park, Gilead, Glen Alpine, Glenfield, Gregory Hills, Holsworthy, Ingleburn, Kearns, Kentlyn, Leumeah, Long Point, Macquarie Fields, Macquarie Links, Menangle Park, Minto, Minto Heights, Mount Annan, Raby, Rosemeadow, Ruse, St Andrews, St Helens Park, Varroville, Wedderburn, Woodbine, Woronora Dam,

Council publishes a range of information in local papers each week to advise the community of key projects, items on exhibition, tender/quotation opportunities and more.

From Cr George Brticevic, Mayor of Campbelltown

2018 was a great year for Campbelltown City during which we worked towards our plan of transforming our city into a prosperous and sustainable one, while respecting our important environmental, cultural and heritage assets. We are excited to continue with this important work in 2019. 

It is fast approaching a very special time of the year and I encourage you to share in the Christmas spirit by considering ways to help others such as giving to the annual Mayor’s Christmas Appeal which supports community members who cannot afford presents under the tree, or a special Christmas dinner.

Please be careful on our roads this holiday season. If you are travelling a long distance this year, be sure to plan ahead, check your vehicle before you leave, watch out for wildlife and of course don’t drink and drive.

I hope that you may spend this festive season with the people close to your heart and on behalf of Campbelltown City Council, I wish you all a very merry Christmas, a safe holiday season and a happy New Year.

Operating hours over the Christmas and New Year period

Council’s Civic Centre, Campbelltown Arts Centre and some services will be closed after Friday 21 December 2018 for the Christmas / New Year period, and will reopen on Wednesday 2 January 2019.

Non-urgent neighbourhood or property issues can be reported online. Emergency calls relating to Council's buildings, obscene graffiti, drains, footpaths, parks, reserves, roads and animal control should be directed to Council's 24 hour telephone services on 02 4645 4000.

Your bins will still be collected on your usual collection day. Due to high demand the number of kerbside clean up services are capped during this period so please book early online or by calling 02 4645 4000. Don't forget about our Free Recyclables Drop Off Day on Saturday 5 January from 8am-3pm at Leumeah Station Car Park to help you dispose of your extra festive season recyclables!

A full listing of Council's facilities festive season operating hours can be found online.

Campbelltown Mobile Blood Donor Centre

Bunnings Campbelltown (1 Kellicar Rd, Campbelltown)
Monday 24 December: 8.30am - 2pm
Thursday 27 December: 12.30pm - 6pm
Friday 28 December: 8.30am - 2pm
Monday 31 December: 8.30am - 2pm

Drink up and eat! Have 3 or 4 glasses of water or juice in the hours before you donate and have a good sized breakfast or lunch. Please bring photo I.D. with you.

Appointments (optional): 13 14 95

Have your say

Public Exhibition – Draft Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA) – Claymore Renewal Project

The Claymore Renewal Project (the Project) involves the redevelopment of the existing Claymore public housing estate which comprises approximately 1,151 dwellings, 98% of which are in public ownership. The Project seeks to improve the quality of the social and urban environment by creating conditions conducive to the establishment of a sustainable place to live.

The Project comprises a new urban structure within the renewal area reflecting a new street pattern and subdivision layout based around a series of existing and new infrastructure and dwellings. Stages 1 and 2 of the project are complete, with commencement of Stage 3 works to occur in early 2009.

The Concept Plan for the Project was approved under Part 3A of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act (EP&A Act) on 24 May 2013 and will provide in the order of 1,490 dwellings upon completion.

The NSW Land and Housing Corporation as landowner has made an offer under S7.4 of the EP&A Act to enter into a VPA with Council for the delivery of infrastructure, facilities and services associated with the Project.

The works to be carried out are detailed within the Infrastructure Services Delivery Plan. The total contribution value to be delivered, excluding land, is $21,330,290.

The Draft VPA, Explanatory Note and Infrastructure Services Delivery Plan are on public exhibition and available to view until Friday 15 February 2019 at the ground floor of Council’s Civic Centre during Council’s ordinary office hours, at the HJ Daley Library and Eagle Vale Library, Eagle Vale and via Council's website

If you would like to comment on the Draft Voluntary Planning Agreement - Claymore Renewal Project, please visit our website, email us at council@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au, or forward your submission in writing addressed to the General Manager, Campbelltown City Council, PO Box 57, Campbelltown NSW 2560, by 4pm, Friday 15 February 2019, quoting reference to Draft Voluntary Planning Agreement - Claymore Renewal Project.

Enquires: 02 4645 4812

Temporary changes to the notification of Development Applications and Certificates

Temporary changes to the above is required during the festive season to ensure there is sufficient time for interested public to review and comment on development applications, while not causing unnecessary delays in the process for applicants.

Applications received on or after 3 December 2018 will be notified through to 28 January 2019. Applications received from 14 January 2019 will be notified in accordance with Council’s standard notification policy.

No public exhibitions will be commenced until 14 January 2019 except as determined by resolution of Council or directed by the General Manager. This may lead to an increase in the processing time of some applications by 2-6 weeks and proponents are being advised of this at the time of lodgement.

Development Proposal

Appin Road, Gilead

Council has received a development application from Lendlease Communities (Mount Gilead) Pty Ltd for the Subdivision into 139 Residential and 3 Residue Allotments with associated civil and road works at Lot 1 DP 1240836, Lot 61 DP 752042 known as property No’s Lot 1 Appin Road and 913 Appin Road, Gilead, NSW.

Campbelltown City Council is the consent authority for this development application.

The proposal is identified as Nominated Integrated Development as it requires a controlled activity approval from the Office of Water under the Water Management Act 2000 and Bushfire Safety Authority from the Rural Fire Service under the Rural Fires Act 1997.

The application and accompanying Statement of Environmental Effects are on exhibition and available for review at the ground floor of Council’s Civic Centre during Council’s ordinary office hours; and at HJ Daley Library, Hurley St, Campbelltown.

If you would like to comment on the proposal, please make a submission to Council by close of business on Tuesday 29 January 2019, quoting file number 2687/2018/DA-SW.

Any submission made should be addressed to the General Manager and include your name, address, your daytime telephone number, the name of the application and a statement outlining the points you wish to make in your submission. You are advised that any submission made to Council regarding the proposal can be made accessible to the public under the provisions of the Government Information Public Access Act 2009.

Submissions should be faxed, posted, delivered in person at Campbelltown Civic Centre, or emailed to council@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au

Enquiries: 02 4645 4608

Farrow Rd, Campbelltown

Council has received a development application from Bunnings Group Limited for the Construction of a commercial building for use as a hardware and building supplies outlet with associated signage, earthworks and landscaping at Lot 242 DP 1222763, Lot 241 DP 1222763, Lot 242 Farrow Rd, Campbelltown, Lot 241 Farrow Rd, Campbelltown.

Sydney Western City Planning Panel is the determination authority for this development application.

The proposal is identified as Nominated Integrated Development as it requires a controlled activity approval from the Office of Water under the Water Management Act 2000.

The application and accompanying Statement of Environmental Effects are on exhibition and available for review at the ground floor of Council’s Civic Centre during Council’s ordinary office hours; and at HJ Daley Library, Hurley St, Campbelltown.

If you would like to comment on the proposal, please make a submission to Council by close of business on 29 January 2019, quoting file number 3511/2018/DA-C.

Any submission made should be addressed to the General Manager and include your name, address, your daytime telephone number, the name of the application and a statement outlining the points you wish to make in your submission. You are advised that any submission made to Council regarding the proposal can be made accessible to the public under the provisions of the Government Information Public Access Act 2009.

Submissions should be faxed, posted, delivered in person at Campbelltown Civic Centre, or emailed to council@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au

Enquiries: 02 4645 4608

Notification of Approval and Commencement of the Campbelltown Local Infrastructure Contributions Plan 2018

Clause 31(2) Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000

Council, at its Ordinary Meeting on 11 December 2018 resolved to adopt the Campbelltown Local Infrastructure Contributions Plan 2018. 

The Contributions Plan aims to provide essential local infrastructure throughout the Campbelltown Local Government Area. Development contributions are levied on certain development to help fund essential local public infrastructure, such as open space and recreational facilities, community facilities, key road and transport facilities. 

In accordance with the Ministerial Direction (Section 94E) dated 21 August 2012, the maximum amount that can be levied on residential development is capped at $20,000 per lot/dwelling.

The Campbelltown Local Infrastructure Contributions Plan 2018 will come into force on Wednesday 19 December 2018 and apply to all new development applications submitted (or Complying Development Certificates issued) on or after this date.

Enquiries: 02 4645 4812

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