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Agenda

Ordinary Council Meeting

18 May 2009

The meeting commences at 6.30pm. If members of the public are

not interested in any business recommended to be considered in

Closed Session or there is no such business, Council will ordinarily

  commence consideration of all other business at 7pm.

 


 

Notice of Meeting

 

Dear Councillors

 

Notice is given of the Ordinary Council Meeting, to be held in the Council Chambers, Lower Ground Floor, 48 Longueville Road, Lane Cove on Monday 18 May 2009 commencing at 7:00pm. The business to be transacted at the meeting is included in this business paper.

 

Yours faithfully



Peter Brown

General Manager

 

Council Meeting Procedures

 

The Council meeting is chaired by the Mayor, Councillor Ian Longbottom. Councillors are entitled to one vote on a matter. If votes are equal, the Chairperson has a second or casting vote. When a majority of Councillors vote in favour of a Motion it becomes a decision of the Council. Minutes of Council and Committee meetings are published on Council’s website www.lanecove.nsw.gov.au by 5pm of the Thursday following the meeting.

 

The Meeting is conducted in accordance with Council's Code of Meeting Practice. The order of business is listed in the Agenda on the next page. That order will be followed unless Council resolves to modify the order at the meeting. This may occur for example where the members of the public in attendance are interested in specific items of the agenda.

 

Members of the public may address the Council Meeting on any issue for a maximum of 3 minutes during the public forum which is held at the beginning of the meeting. All persons addressing the Meeting must speak to the Chair. Speakers and Councillors will not enter into general debate or ask questions.

 

If you do not understand any part of the information given above; require assistance to participate in the meeting due to a disability; or wish to obtain information in relation to Council, please contact Council’s Manager Governance on 99113525.

 

Please note meetings held in the Council Chambers are recorded on tape for the purposes of verifying the accuracy of minutes and the tapes are not disclosed to any third party under section 12(6) of the Local Government Act, except as allowed under section 18(1) or section 19(1) of the PPIP Act, or where Council is compelled to do so by court order, warrant or subpoena or by any other legislation.

 

 

 


DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

 

APOLOGIES

 

OPENING OF MEETING WITH PRAYER

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO COUNTRY

 

public forum

 

Members of the public may address the Council Meeting on any issue for 3 minutes.

 

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

 

1.      ORDINARY COUNCIL MEETING - 4 MAY 2009

 

Orders Of The Day

 

2.       Order Of The Day No. 8

SUBJECT: Citizenship Ceremony 10 June 2009

 

3.       Order Of The Day No. 9

SUBJECT: Council and Committee Meeting Schedule - June 2009  

 

Corporate Services Division Reports

 

4.       Corporate Services Division Report No. 28

SUBJECT: 3rd Quarter Review of the 2008 - 2009 Budget

 

5.       Corporate Services Division Report No. 29

SUBJECT: 3rd Quarter Review of the 2008 - 2011 Management Plan

 

Open Space and Urban Services Division Reports

 

6.       Open Space and Urban Services Division Report No. 14

SUBJECT: Local Government Filming Protocol  - Revised Protocol

 

7.       Open Space and Urban Services Division Report No. 15

SUBJECT:  Lane Cove Town Centre - Proposed 40 km Hour Speed Limit

 

8.       Open Space and Urban Services Division Report No. 21

SUBJECT: Lane Cove Town Centre - Parking Review

 

9.       Open Space and Urban Services Division Report No. 23

SUBJECT: Draft Plan of Management for Blackman Park

 

Environmental Services Division Reports

 

10.     Environmental Services Division Report No. 137

SUBJECT: 24-26 Lane Cove Plaza - Section 96   

 

QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE

 

 

              


Reference:    Order Of The Day No. 8

Subject:          Citizenship Ceremony 10 June 2009    

Record No:    su28 - 14624/09

Author(s):       Anita Holesgrove 

 

 

Executive Summary

 

The Mayor will conduct a Citizenship Ceremony in the Council Chamber on Wednesday 10 June 2009 commencing at 7:00pm.

 

A Councillor is required to attend the ceremony and speak to the new citizens about local government.

 

 

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

That a Councillor nominate to attend the Citizenship Ceremony on 9 June 2009 and speak to the new citizens about local government.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Brown

General Manager

General Managers Unit

 

 

ATTACHMENTS:

There are no supporting documents for this report.

 


Reference:    Order Of The Day No. 9

Subject:          Council and Committee Meeting Schedule - June 2009     

Record No:    SU1915 - 15284/09

Author(s):       Ian Naylor 

 

 

The Council and Committee Meeting Schedule for June 2009 is proposed as follows:-

 

June    1                      Ordinary Council

                                    Planning and Building Committee

                                    Services and Resources Committee

 

June    6                      Inspection Committee

 

June    15                    Ordinary Council

                                    Planning and Building Committee

                                    Services and Resources Committee

 

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

That the Council and Committee Meeting Schedule for June 2009 be adopted.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Craig Wrightson

Executive Manager

Corporate Services Division

 

 

ATTACHMENTS:

There are no supporting documents for this report.

    


Reference:    Corporate Services Division Report No. 28

Subject:          3rd Quarter Review of the 2008 - 2009 Budget    

Record No:    SU757 - 15141/09

Author(s):       Craig Wrightson 

 

 

 

Executive Summary

 

The Third Quarter Budget Review maintains a balanced budget, but involves a variety of variations in both income and expenditure. It is recommended that the Budget be varied in terms of the report.

 

Background

 

Council is required to prepare a Budget Review Statement each quarter, in accordance with Clause 7 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulation 1999. This report is prepared in accordance with the clause for the period ended 31 March 2009.  The purpose of these reviews is to ensure that the impact of financial variation is reflected in the forecast of Council’s global budgetary position to 30 June 2009, and the adopted Budget adjusted accordingly.

 

Discussion

 

The following is a summary of Council’s adopted Budget for 2008 - 2009 and proposed following the adjustments included in this report:

 

 

Original Budget

1st Quarter Adjustments

2nd Quarter Adjustments

3rd Quarter Adjustments

Revised Budget

Expense from Ordinary Activity

$29,081,583

$594,109

$136,183

$66,821

$29,878,696

Revenue from Ordinary Activity

$29,155,683

$594,109

$62,083

$66,821

$29,878,696

Surplus/- Deficit

$74,100

$0

$74,100

$0

$0

Capital Grants & Contributions

$474,700

$0

$0

$0

$474,700

Surplus/- Deficit

$474,700

$0

$0

$0

$474,700

 

The review includes an increase in revenue from the operation of the Golf Course of $30,000. The original estimate was conservative having regard to the new arrangements. A decrease of $40,000 in the cost of public litter bins due to a delay in the new levy on waste disposal. An increase in income from parking meters of $157,000 and Residential Rates. A reduction in the NSW Fire Brigades Levy of $29,000, this expense is estimated prior to adoption of the budget and a reduction of $30,000 in consultants in development control due to the delay in introducing the new Fire Safety program.

 

The review also includes a reduction in income from Construction Zone Charges and Hoarding Fees of $85,000 and $46,000 in Building and Construction Inspection fees, all arising from a decrease in building activity. A net increase in legal expenses of $84,000, major increases include prosecutions for dog infringements and the Aquatic Centre Building dispute. An increase in election expenses of $26,000 to provide for the total costs billed by the Electoral Commission (Council is in dispute on this matter). An increase of $40,000 arising from bank charges reflecting increased costs in this area and an original conservative estimate. An increase in the maintenance of Greenwich Baths ($19,000 for shark net repairs) and the Lane Cove Swimming Pool ($47,000 due to structural defects and leaks).

 

This net effect of these changes is a balanced result.

The following table outlines the proposed aggregate changes to program areas in the budget which contributes to the above, it combines changes to the Operating and Capital budgets.

 

Prog No.

Program

Variation

01.10

Administration - Corporate Services

$68,000

02.10

Planning Services

($5,250)

5.7.6

Sporting Grounds

($30,000)

5.60

Swimming Pools

 $121,317

06.20

Development Control

($44,000)

06.30

Environmental Health

$40,000

07.10

Public Order & Safety

($29,246)

08.10

Engineering Support

$2,000

08.30

Ancillary Roads

$86,006

09.40

Other Garbage Expenses

($40,000)

10.10

General Purpose Revenue

($168,827)

 

Net Budget Variation - Deficit

$0

                                                                                                                       

A Balance Sheet and Profit Loss as at 31 March 2009 are attached as AT2 and AT3 for information. They do not include the amendments proposed as part of this review.

 

Statutory Report

 

In accordance with Clause 7(2) of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulation 1999, I Craig Wrightson, Responsible Accounting Officer hereby certify that the Council’s financial position is satisfactory having regard to the original estimates of income and expenditure.

 

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

That the 2008 - 2009 Budget be varied in terms of this report.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Craig Wrightson

Executive Manager

Corporate Services Division

 

 

ATTACHMENTS:

AT‑1 View

Detailed Account Changes March 2009 Budget Review

1 Page

 

AT‑2 View

Balance Sheet as at 31 March 2009

1 Page

 

AT‑3 View

Profit and Loss as at 31 March 2009

1 Page

 

 

 


Reference:    Corporate Services Division Report No. 29

Subject:          3rd Quarter Review of the 2008 - 2011 Management Plan    

Record No:    SU238 - 15158/09

Author(s):       Crystal Cudilla   

 

 

Executive Summary

 

The Local Government Act 1993 (NSW) requires Council to report on quarterly progress of the activities and projects listed in the Management Plan.  It is recommended that the report be received and noted.

 

Discussion

 

This report discusses the highlights of the Third Quarter in 2008-2009 and provides a detailed analysis of the Third Quarter progress against the performance measurements adopted by Council in the 2008-2011 Management Plan, shown attached as AT 1.  A continuing feature of the review is, where applicable, a cumulative year-to-date figure is provided for performance measures. 

 

Some of the highlights for the quarter include:-

 

·     Lane Cove’s First Autumn Harmony Festival launched (March 2009)

·     Synergy Band Night held at Synergy Youth Centre (March 2009)

·     Lane Cove Earth Hour community event held (March 2009)

·     'Year of the Ox' Lunar New Year celebrated in Lane Cove (February 2009)

·     Council took part in Clean up Australia Day (February 2009)

·     Community consultation on the Draft Bicycle Plan undertaken (January 2009)

·     Sunset Movie ‘Surf's Up’ shown at the Lane Cove Aquatic Centre (January 2009)

·     ‘Caring for Trees’ Backyard Habitat workshop held (March 2009)

·     Harmony Week marked with a Community Forum 'Living Our Shared Values' (March 2009)

·     Senior Pedestrian Workshop held at Council (March 2009)

·     Possum Prowl Spotlight Walk provided as part of school holiday activities (January 2009)

 

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

That the Third Quarter Review of the 2008-2011 Management Plan be received and noted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Craig Wrightson

Executive Manager

Corporate Services Division

 

 

ATTACHMENTS:

AT‑1 View

3rd Quarter Review of 2008 - 2011 Management Plan

 

 

 

  


Reference:    Open Space and Urban Services Division Report No. 14

Subject:          Local Government Filming Protocol  - Revised Protocol     

Record No:    SU1474 - 9482/09

Author(s):       Nick Karahlis 

 

 

Executive Summary

 

Information from the Department of Local Government (DLG) indicates that the film and television industry contributes approximately $1.3 billion to the NSW economy, representing almost 50 percent of all national film production expenditure over the past five years. The NSW Government passed the Film Related Legislation Amendment Bill on 18 June 2008 to maintain its competitive advantage in relation to commercial filming in NSW. Amendments to the Local Government Act 1993 provided that the Director General may issue a filming protocol which will be binding on local Councils for the approvals and services provided for the filming production

 

As a result of consultation with the Local Government and Shires Association, Councils and the industry sector, a revised Local Government Filming Protocol has been developed by the DLG. The Protocol was released on Monday 23 March 2009 as a tool developed to apply the legislation. This Protocol replaces the Local Government Filming Protocol 2000.

 

It is recommended that Council receive and note the report and the attached Local Government Filming Protocol and Council reviews the Fees and Bonds charges associated with the recovery costs for associated filming activities.

 

 

Background

 

The purpose of this report is to inform Council of the revised Local Government Filming Protocol and the supporting legislation Film Related Legislation Amendment Bill 2008. The Local Government Filming Protocol is provided as Attachment 1.

 

Amendments to the Local Government Act 1993 provided that Director General may issue a filming protocol which will bind local councils for the approvals and services provided for filming production

 

The Filming revised protocol states that: it is binding on local councils and spells out the dynamic of the relationship between the screen industry in NSW and local government under these arrangements. It seeks to generate a shared intelligence between the filmmakers and councils. The protocol also states that; the protocol is intended to simplify procedures and build a good working relationship for NSW as a whole.

 

The Protocol outlines the requirements of all Councils and State agencies in relation to managing commercial filming applications. Councils are authorized to provide these approvals either directly or through other state agencies as the RTA, the Department of Lands, or DECC (Department of Environment and Climate Change).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discussion

 

Key elements of the legislation relate to:

 

·        Approval processes

·        Fees and charges

·        Parking

·        Temporary structures

·        Community lands

·        Public lands

 

The Film Related Legislation Amendment Bill 2008 now requires that Councils must set their fees and charges in accordance with the Protocol. A report on the Fees and Charges Schedule is dealt in Attachment 2 in this report.

 

The Protocol provides requirements on Application fees that Council’s should apply, administration requirements for Council’s, such as the appointment of a primary Film Contact Officer, the expectancy that Council grant approvals, Bond requirements for Council’s, Traffic and Parking requirements associated with the filming and other requirements, such as issues related to venue hire.

 

A contentious point for Councils related to the Fees and Charges is the requirement under the legislation that Councils are not permitted to charge any additional fees related to filming, except fees that are direct expenses related to filming approvals and services provided (for example traffic controllers, additional Rangers).  

 

The Local Government Filming Protocol provides the requirements for parking and temporary road closures associated with filming. Some of the stated requirements associated with the limited provision of cost recovery have been met with strong opposition from Sydney Metropolitan Councils. Other requirements related to the revised Local Government Filming Protocol are included in the attached Local Government Filming Protocol produced by the Department of Local Government in 2009.

 

The Film Related Legislation Amendment Bill 2008 now requires that Councils must set their fees and charges in accordance with the Protocol. A report on the Fees and Charges Schedule is dealt in another topic in this report.

 

The Filming Protocol states that the act of filming does not itself require an approval by Councils nor is it subject to fees. The activities associated with filming when approval is required under legislated or regulatory authority attracts fees. Councils are authorized to provide these approvals either directly or through other state agencies as the RTA, the Department of Lands, or DECC (Department of Environment and Climate Change).

 

It should be note that the Protocol does not cover Still photography. The Filming Related Legislation Amendment Act 2008 and the Local Government Act 1993 specifically exclude still photography and it does not require council approval or attract Council fees unless it involves other related activities, such as closing streets, additional parking requirements etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Access to use of Land for the purpose of Filming comes under various forms of control.

 

·     Public Land: Owned by State Agencies, Council owned land. Road are public land controlled by the RTA, or Councils or Crown lands.

 

·     Private lane; where approval by Council is not required.

 

·     Filming is excluded in some areas, such as wilderness areas.

 

·     News and current affairs filming does not require approval

 

·     Approval from councils is not required for filming or associated activities in private land.

 

The Filming Related Legislation Amendment Act 2008 was passed by the NSW Parliament in June 2008 to make NSW more Film Friendly in order to attract and maintain domestic and international film. The Legislation and Protocol are binding on councils.

 

The Key Elements of the Legislation are:

 

·     The local councils and government agencies are required to approve screen projects unless they are compelling reasons not to do so

 

·     There is now presumption that filming activities are allowed on community land

 

·     Government and local council fees and charges associated with the location filming must be reasonable and cost reflective.

 

·     The new packages of change makes it easier for filming vehicles to park for an extended period.

 

The key points of the Protocol, filming and traffic requirements and the associated fees and changes are included in Attachment 2. 

 

 

Conclusion

 

The NSW Government passed the Film Related Legislation Amendment Bill on 18 June 2008. The amendments to the Local Government Act 1993 provided the Director General to issue a filming protocol which is binding to local councils for the approvals and services provided for the filming production

 

The Filming Protocol states that the act of filming does not itself require an approval by Councils nor is it subject to fees. The activities associated with filming when approval is required under legislated or regulatory authority attracts fees.

 

The Film Related Legislation Amendment Bill 2008 now requires that Councils must set their fees and charges in accordance with the Protocol. The Filming Protocol provides requirements for parking related to vehicles associated with the vehicles associated with filming. case, there are difficulties associated with securing parking spaces in short notice by installing temporary signs and barricades for short term filming projects.

 

The RTA has advised Council that filming parking permits may be introduced via Legislation, similar to resident parking permits, subject to amending the Parking Legislation. This will make it easier to deal with parking matters for filming related vehicles.

 

As the Revised Local Government Protocol is a result of the Film Related Legislation Amendment Bill it is recommended that Lane Cove Council introduce a new Filming Policy which reflects the revised Local Government Protocol. 

 

As part of this Policy Council reviews the fees and Bonds charges associated with the recovery costs for associated filming activities and the General Manager appoints a Filming Contact Officer for Lane Cove Council.

 

It is recommended that Council receive and note the report and the attached Local Government Filming Protocol.

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

That Council:-

 

1.   Receive and note the report and the Local Government Filming Protocol attached as AT-1;

 

2.   A further report be submitted on a new Filming Policy which reflects the revised Local Government Protocol; and

 

3.   Review the fees and Bonds charges associated with the recovery costs for associated       filming activities and include these fees and charges as part of the 2009-2010 Budget.

 

 

 

 

 

Wayne Rylands

Executive Manager

Open Space and Urban Services Division

 

 

ATTACHMENTS:

AT‑1 View

Film Protocol - New Filming Protocol

45 Pages

 

AT‑2 View

Filming Traffic and Parking requirements

3 Pages

 

 

 


Reference:    Open Space and Urban Services Division Report No. 15

Subject:          Lane Cove Town Centre - Proposed 40 km Hour Speed Limit    

Record No:    SU1361 - 9484/09

Author(s):       Nick Karahlis 

 

 

Executive Summary

 

As part of Councils Road Safety Strategy the RTA was approached by Council to support our participation in the 40 km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area program for the Lane Cove Town Centre.

 

The proposal also includes the implementation of traffic devices at the intersection of Longueville Road and Birdwood Ave and linemarking along Birdwood Road. Council Officers have prepared a concept plan for the intersection of Birdwood Ave and Longueville Road which has been considered at the Lane Cove Traffic Committee Meeting.

 

The RTA advised Council that funding will be available in the 2009 / 2010 financial year.

A Stage 3 Road Safety Audit, all signage and pavement markers and a grant for the communications package is funded separately by the RTA promoting the 40 km/hour speed limit in the Town Centre.

 

The RTA will develop the 40 km / hour speed zone signs and the RTA and Council will also develop a communication strategy for the 40 km/hour High Pedestrian Activity Area. Following implementation the scheme will be reviewed in relation to whether further safety improvements are required and possible extension of the 40 km/hour scheme.

 

 

Background

 

Council is promoting road safety in Lane Cove and is targeting the high pedestrian activity area in the centre of Lane Cove. Through the Lane Cove Traffic Committee Meeting issues related to conflict between traffic and pedestrians have been discussed in detail and the intersection of Birdwood Ave and Longueville Road has been identified as a location that requires upgrade and treatment.

 

Discussions with the RTA regarding road safety improvements in the Town Centre resulted in and agreement by the RTA to support a 40 km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area for the Town Centre.

 

The RTA has written to Council (Attachment 1) supporting the proposal subject to the implementation of traffic calming devices at the intersection of Birdwood Ave and Longueville Road.

 

The RTA has produced a guide which has been circulated separately to Councillors, which provides requirements and the steps to implement a 40 km/h speed limit around high pedestrian activity areas. The procedure to implement the 40 km / hour speed limit will be in accordance with RTA’s guide.

 

 

Discussion

 

The RTA approved the proposal by Council for a 40 km/hour speed limit based on the speed survey results which were undertaken in the Town Centre and Council’s concept plan to improve the intersection of Birdwood Ave and Longueville Road. The RTA funding will cover 50% costs of any devices and will also cover all of the signposting and the costs of road safety auditing for all the roads within the proposed 40 km/h scheme. Council has allowed for $65,000 as half of the costs for this project in the draft Budget 2009/10.

 

Council is required to provide detail designs of the proposed devices and cost estimates for the installation prior to final funding approval. Provided in attachment 3 is a copy of the preliminary plan detailing the proposed pedestrian facility improvements at Longueville Road and Birdwood Ave. Upon the completion of the works the RTA will install the High Pedestrian Activity Area signage and will fund a local public awareness campaign to inform the community about the proposed changes to the road environment upon completion of the works.

 

A Road Safety audit of the LATM plans and concept designs will be undertaken prior to construction funded by the RTA. The responsibility of maintenance of all LATM devices, pavement numerals and signage will revert to Lane Cove Council.

 

A basic outline of the process from this point is as follows:

 

·     Council provides detailed design and detailed cost estimates to the RTA

·     RTA reviews design and cost estimates and advises Council if (1) further review is required or (2) funding is approved.

·     Council arrange for Stage 3 Road Safety Audit of detailed design to be undertaken

·     Report to Council for approval of the Scheme

·     Timeline for construction is provided to the RTA

·     Construction commences and 50% of agreed funding amount is paid at commencement of work, the second 50% on completion.

·     RTA (in consultation with Council) develop the speed signage plan

·     Council and the RTA prepare a communications strategy

·     Upon completion of construction, the RTA reviews the scheme for compliance and arranges for speed signage to be installed.

 

Community Consultation

 

Statement of Intent

 

The consultation is designed to make the residents, business operators and road users aware of the proposed 40 km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area for the Lane Cove Town Centre. Council will also develop a communication strategy with the RTA for the 40 km/hour High Pedestrian Activity Area.

 

Method

Draft Policy

Level of Participation

Inform

Involve

Form of Participation

Open

Targeted

Target Audience

Road Users, Lane Cove Community including businesses

local resident & interest associations, including businesses

Proposed Medium

Public exhibition; E-newsletter

(discussions with the RTA regarding advertisement)

Media (discussions with the RTA regarding advertisement)

Indicative Timing

September 2009

September 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conclusion

 

The RTA are supporting Council’s initiative for 40 km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area program for

The Lane Cove Town Centre, which includes upgrading of the crossing at Birdwood Avenue and

Longueville Road, improving road safety in the streets surrounding the Town Centre.

 

The RTA is providing funding for the Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) scheme in Lane Cove Town Centre as part of a 40 km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area.

 

Upon completion of construction of the LATM devices, lines and signposting, the RTA will review the scheme for compliance and any further improvements will be considered.

 

The proposed 40 km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area aims to improve pedestrian safety and make drivers more aware that they are travelling within a high pedestrian environment, making it safer for all road users in Lane Cove Town Centre. 

 

With the introduction of a 40 km/h speed limit and associated traffic calming scheme, the Lane Cove Town Centre will become much more pedestrian friendly area.

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

That:-

 

1.         The Report regarding the introduction of a 40 km/hour speed limit in the Lane Cove Town Centre be received and noted; and

 

2.         A further report be referred to Council with the detailed proposal for traffic calming measures following the Stage 3 Road Safety Audit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wayne Rylands

Executive Manager

Open Space and Urban Services Division

 

 

ATTACHMENTS:

AT‑1 View

40 km hour speed limit for Lane Cove Town Centre - Letter from the RTA

3 Pages

 

AT‑2 View

Longueville Rd -Birdwood Ave proposed intersection preliminary design

1 Page

 

 

 


Reference:    Open Space and Urban Services Division Report No. 21

Subject:          Lane Cove Town Centre - Parking Review    

Record No:    SU1362 - 13609/09

Author(s):       Wayne Rylands 

 

 

Executive Summary

 

The Lane Cove Chamber of Commerce has approached Council to extend the parking period time restrictions permitted within the Town Centre, based on a business survey they undertook in March.

 

To undertake excessive changes to the current parking restrictions in the Town Centre for a six (6) month period is not considered prudent. However, based on the survey responses and Council’s monitoring of parking conditions, it is proposed that the 90 minute parking restrictions within the Rosenthal Avenue Car Park be changed, on an interim arrangement, to a 3 hour time limit until November 2009, when it is anticipated that the Market Square Car Park will open. The other car parking restrictions within the Town Centre are to remain unchanged.

 

With the Market Square development proceeding to schedule, the car park associated with this project will add some 300 car spaces to the Town Centre parking supply in about November.

 

It is anticipated that sometime in the next 2-3 months, a further report will be tabled by Open Space & Urban Services on proposed parking controls for the Market Square Car Park, and the other Lane Cove Town Centre parking areas.

 

 

Background

 

At the Ordinary Council meeting of 16 June 2008, the Open Space and Urban Services report on Lane Cove Town Centre – Temporary Parking was considered. Primarily, Council had been requested to investigate the shortage of short-term car parking in the Town centre because of the construction of the Market Square development. Upon considering the Open Space and Urban Services report, Council resolved:

 

That Council:-

 

1.       Receive and note the Lane Cove Town Centre – Temporary Parking Arrangements report.

 

2.       Alter the parking restrictions in the Rosenthal Avenue Car Park; from 38 x 1 hour, 86 x 2 hour, and 37 x 3 hour; to 76 x 1 hour and 85 x 90min; until such time that the Market Square Car Park is open to the public.

 

3.       Change the Birdwood Avenue Car Park from 10P Metered Parking to 3P unmetered parking until such time that the Market Square Car Park is open to the public.

 

4.       Install appropriate sign posting in the subject carparks, and on their approaches, detailing the proposed new time restrictions.

 

The parking restriction changes in resolutions 2 and 3 were implemented in August 2008 and have been in operation until now.

 

The Lane Cove Chamber of Commerce has now approached Council requesting that some of the short-term (60 or 90 minute) parking restrictions be altered to 2 or 3 hour parking restrictions. This request was based on a business survey undertaken by the Chamber, where over 100 businesses from the Town Centre responded. The survey questions and responses are included as Attachment 1 to the report.

 

Discussion

 

The Lane Cove Market Square development is proceeding on schedule, with a proposed opening date expected in late November 2009. The Market Square car park will provide approximately 300 additional under cover, off-street car spaces. The management of this car park and the overall Town Centre parking arrangements will form a separate Council report in June or July.

 

The survey undertaken by the Lane Cove Chamber of Commerce identified that businesses perceive that the current parking arrangements has had a negative impact on their custom and has affected their business. Although the survey is considered to have short-comings (i.e. no account taken of current financial climate, construction impacts, etc), it does highlight that the Town Centre businesses feel that they are suffering with the current parking arrangements. Over 80% of the surveyed businesses believe their customers require in excess of 2 hours, and nearly 50% require 3 hours or more.

 

Data from Council’s POD (Parking Overstay Detection) system that is located in Rosenthal Avenue Car Park, for the March/April 2009 period indicates:

·     the majority of people using the car park comply with the current parking restrictions,

·     the occupancy rate predominantly exceeds 70%, and

·     turn over of vehicles is high, particularly in the 1 Hour zone.

 

Parking surveys have also been undertaken by Council staff for Birdwood Avenue Car Park in the same period (March/April). These surveys have identified that the occupancy rate for this car park is rarely over 50% and that 30% of vehicles in the car park that do utilise it, overstay the 3 Hour parking limit.

 

 

Conclusion

 

Based on the Chamber of Commerce business survey, the POD system data for Rosenthal Avenue Car Park, and Council’s parking surveys for Birdwood Avenue Car Park, it is proposed that a number of interim changes be made to the parking restrictions in the Town Centre. The interim changes will apply up until the opening of the Lane Cove Market Square car park. Prior to the opening of the Market Square development, Open Space and Urban Services will prepare a further report for Council’s consideration that details the proposed parking management strategy for the entire Town Centre.

 

For the next six (6) or so months, it is proposed that the 90 Minute parking restrictions in the Rosenthal Avenue Car Park be converted to 3 Hour Parking. Rosenthal Avenue Car Park will then consist of 76 x 1 Hour car spaces and 85 x 3 Hour car spaces, providing a good mix of short and medium term parking restrictions. With the reallocation of 85 car spaces for 3 Hour parking in the Rosenthal Avenue Car Park, and based on the Council’s survey results of parking utilisation in Birdwood Avenue Car Park, it is also proposed that the Birdwood Avenue Car Park be restored to a 10 Hour Metered parking area. This will allow the Town Centre business employees that were previously utilising this car park, and had been forced to park on-street through the current interim process to again utilise the car park.

 

 

 

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

That:-

 

1.         The 90 Minute parking restrictions for the 85 car spaces in the Rosenthal Avenue Car Park be converted to 3 Hour parking on an interim arrangement;

 

2.         The 3P Birdwood Avenue Car Park be converted back to a 10P Meter Parking Area;

 

3.         A further report be prepared on the management of the Lane Cove Town Centre Parking, prior to the Lane Cove Market Square Car Park opening;

 

4.         Council notify all Town Centre businesses of the new interim parking arrangements; and

 

5.         The Lane Cove Chamber of Commerce, Lane Cove Commercial Property Owners Association (CPOWA), and Lane Cove Alive also be advised of Council’s decision.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wayne Rylands

Executive Manager

Open Space and Urban Services Division

 

 

ATTACHMENTS:

AT‑1 View

Lane Cove Chamber of Commerce - Business Survey

2 Pages

 

 

 


Reference:    Open Space and Urban Services Division Report No. 23

Subject:          Draft Plan of Management for Blackman Park    

Record No:    SU1270-02 - 14698/09

Author(s):       Susan Butler 

 

 

Executive Summary

 

A Draft Plan of Management for Blackman Park has been prepared, which has been developed following a detailed review of the existing condition of the park and the current users.

 

The Draft Plan of Management sets out strategies and targets for the current and future management of Blackman Park.

 

Background

 

The preparation of a Plan of Management for Blackman Park was one of the key actions in Council’s Open Space Plan, adopted 5 November 2007. In November 2007 Council engaged Guy Sturt and Associates to prepare a Plan of Management for Blackman Park, consistent with Council’s Open Space Plan and Recreation Action Plan that was being developed at the same time.

 

Discussion

 

Attached is the draft Plan of Management for Blackman Park dated April 2009, which has been prepared by Guy Sturt and Associates. The draft plan includes a description of the park, outlines the basis for its management and sets out management strategies/targets and an action plan.

 

Guy Sturt and Associates undertook an assessment of the current condition of the park and the current users and the identification of user expectations and environmental concerns. Interested members of the community were invited to have their say, through letters and questionnaires sent to local sporting clubs and association and residents associations, as well as an advertisement in the North Shore Times and a web-based survey.

 

The draft plan includes an action plan under the key values: Natural and Cultural Heritage; Environmental Quality; Recreation Opportunities – active & sporting; Recreation Opportunities – passive; Education & Social Development; Access & Accessibility; and Management & Safety. 

 

Community Consultation

 

Statement of Intent

 

The consultation is designed to communicate the process and outcomes of the Draft Plan of Management for Blackman Park are appropriate.  Any comments received will be reviewed and evaluated to determine whether or not to proceed with or amend any of the draft strategies/targets and the action plans.


Method

 

Draft Policy

Level of Participation

Inform

 

Involve

Consult

Form of Participation

Open

Targeted

Open

Target Audience

Lane Cove Community

 

Key message givers eg; committees of local sporting clubs and associations; presidents of local residents associations

Lane Cove Community; Local Sporting Clubs and Associations who use Blackman Park

Proposed Medium

Community newsletter; Public exhibition; signs at Blackman Park

Email

Website survey;

Indicative Timing

Public exhibition from 20 May 2009 until 30 June 2009

Starting 20 May 2009

Starting 20 May 2009

 

Conclusion

 

The Plan aims to provide Council with a direction for the current and future management of Blackman Park. The community now has the opportunity to comment on this draft Plan.

 

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

That:-

 

1. Council adopt the Draft Plan of Management for Blackman Park dated April 2009 for the purposes of public exhibition;

 

            2. The Draft Plan of Management for Blackman Park be placed on public exhibition for 60 days and community consultation take place in accordance with the Consultation Strategy outlined in the report; and

 

3. A further report is submitted to Council following the exhibition period to consider the final Plan of Management for Blackman Park for adoption.

 

 

 

 

 

Wayne Rylands

Executive Manager

Open Space and Urban Services Division

 

 

ATTACHMENTS:

AT‑1 View

Blackman Park DRAFT POM April 2009

66 Pages

 

 

  


Reference:    Environmental Services Division Report No. 137

Subject:          24-26 Lane Cove Plaza - Section 96     

Record No:    DA04/246 - 14974/09

Author(s):       Michael Mason 

 

 

Property:                     24-28 Lane Cove Plaza, Lane Cove.

 

DA Nos:                       D246/04 and D272/07

 

Date Lodged:              23 January 2009. Amended 8 May 2009

 

Cost of Work:              $150, 000 (DA 246/04E)

                                    $150,000  (DA 272/07A)

 

Owner             :                       Fabcot Pty Ltd and Lane Cove Council

 

Author:                         LandPartners Limited (Brad Roeleven, Senior Planner)

 

DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSAL TO APPEAR ON DETERMINATION

Modifications to the external design and appearance of the Lane Cove Market Square complex, including the upper level gymnasium. 

ZONE

Under Lane Cove Local Environmental Plan 1987 the subject land is zoned Part 3(a) Business General, Part 5(a) Special Uses and Part unzoned road.

IS THE PROPOSAL PERMISSIBLE WITHIN THE ZONE?

Yes

IS THE PROPERTY A HERITAGE ITEM?

Yes

IS THE PROPERTY WITHIN A CONSERVATION AREA?

No

DOES DCP 1- BUSHLAND APPLY TO THE PROPERTY?

No

BCA CLASSIFICATION

Class 5, 7b and 8

STOP THE CLOCK USED

No

NOTIFICATION

Neighbours                  34-46 Burns Bay Road; 121-153 Longueville Road; 156-162 Longueville Road; 6-32 Lane Cove Plaza; 15-29 Lane Cove Plaza; 9 Austin Street and previous objectors

Ward Councillors        All Councillors

Progress Association RASAD, Lane Cove Alive

 

REASON FOR REFERRAL:

 

Council previously resolved to defer these applications at its meeting on 20 April 2009 to allow the applicant the opportunity to submit revised plans. Those plans have been received and the matter is therefore returned to Council for determination.

 

1.       EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

 

This report considers two separate applications which seek approval for various modifications to the Lane Cove Market Square complex (LCMS). Consistent with prior applications relating to the LCMS, an independent assessment of these applications, including the preparation of this report, has been completed by LandPartners Limited.

 

The initial decision by Council to approve these applications, at its meeting on 6 April 2009, was subsequently rescinded by a decision on 20 April 2009 to defer the application pending the submission of revised plans. A further submission was then received from the applicant on 8 May 2009.

 

The changes outlined in this latest set of plans are considered to have addressed the matters underpinning Council’s resolution of 20 April 2009. Consequently it is concluded that these applications now properly respond to all relevant matters for consideration contained within section 79C of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, and the accompanying Regulation. Accordingly this report recommends that each application be approved.

 

2.       SITE:

 

The legal description of land the subject of this application is Lots 2 and 3, DP 1087674.

 

The site is located within the Lane Cove CBD, which is a discreet and contained local centre extending in a linear format along both the Longueville and Burns Bay Road ridgelines. Within this context, the development site is positioned to the southern boundary of the Centre in the transition zone between the village’s core commercial strip and the surrounding residential and institutional precinct. Development around the intersection of Longueville Road and Austin Street marks the southern edge of the Lane Cove CBD

 

The LCMS complex originally comprised 27 allotments in private and public ownership, as well as an unzoned road. Now consolidated, the LCMS land forms an irregular development site with frontages to Lane Cove Plaza, Longueville Road and Austin Street. In general terms, the LCMS is described as comprising Council’s Austin Street car park, the former Clancy’s supermarket and an adjacent commercial site, Lane Cove Library and a residential property at 7 Austin Street, Lane Cove.

 

The relationship of the site with its neighbours is summarised below:

 

·        North of the site is the core of the Lane Cove CBD.

·        East of the site across Longueville Road is a mix of commercial and community facilities.

·        West of the site is the balance of the LCMS site, which abuts residential development.  

·        Austin Street is located immediately to the south of the Library. Opposite the Library, across Austin Street, is Lane Cove Public School which also has frontage to Longueville Road.

 

3.       BACKGROUND TO LANE COVE MARKET SQUARE:

 

Approvals for the Lane Cove Market Square complex sit within two primary applications, being:

 

·        Development Application 246/04 (DA 246/04) approved by Council on 20 December 2004. The scope of works approved under that application comprised the demolition of all structures over the site, excepting the original 1924 Lane Cove Library building, and the construction of the LCMS, a mixed use development containing:

 

o        A 3 level car park.

o        A supermarket and associated administration area.

o        Specialty retail and mall linking the Lane Cove Plaza with Longueville Road. 

o        A 2,549m2 extension to the existing Lane Cove Public Library.

o        10 residential apartments over 2 levels set above the retail ground level.

o        A new Link Road along the western boundary of the site, between Austin and Sera Streets   providing access to the new multi level car park.

o        Signage and landscaping.

 

Various modifications to that consent were subsequently granted by Council at meetings on 18 April 2005, 17 October 2005 and 3 December 2007.

 

An appeal to the Land and Environment Court challenging the validity of Council’s approval of DA 246/04 was dismissed in August 2005. A subsequent appeal of that Judgment, to the Supreme Court, lead to the original consent being suspended while Council considered a separate development application for the construction of a new drop-off lane in Austin Street for Lane Cove Public School. That application was approved by Council at its meeting of 17 July 2006, following which the Land and Environment Court re-granted consent to DA 246/04.

 

·        Development Application 272/07 (DA 272/07) approved by Council on 17 December 2007. The application replaced the upper level residential apartments of the LCMS with a two storey building to be used for the purpose of a club (gymnasium).

 

4.       BACKGROUND TO THESE PROPOSALS:

In January this year the proponent lodged applications seeking to amend various aspects of the design and presentation of the LCMS building, including the façade at the boundary to Lane Cove Plaza. Various other less significant amendments were also nominated.

As this façade was common to both applications it was necessary that the proposed changes were the subject of two separate, but concurrent, applications to amend DA 246/04 and DA 272/07. A report on these matters, presented to Council’s meeting of 6 April 2009, provided the following conclusion: 

A comprehensive assessment of the development has been made against all of the applicable environmental planning provisions and the following aspects of the proposed amendments have been found to be unsatisfactory, specifically:

 

·        Signage to the Plaza and Austin Street.

·        The revised façade treatment to the Plaza.

·        Various revised external materials, particularly metal cladding to the upper sections of the gymnasium.

 

Notwithstanding the above, it is acknowledged that many other minor, aspects of these applications are essentially reasonable, such as those amendments necessary to improve the function or utility of the building, particularly adjustments to meet structural requirements or otherwise achieve compliance with the Building Code of Australia. 

 

The proponent was advised of the issues of concern and chose to neither amend nor delete those aspects of their application. To attempt to construct an approval which allows those elements that are acceptable, but excludes those which are not, is challenging. A lack of certainty in the terms of the approval attached to a matter such as this, with an extended and complex history, must be avoided. It was therefore rightly considered that these proposals must be determined. 

 

Consequently it was concluded that these applications did not properly responded to all relevant matters for consideration contained within section 79C of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, and the accompanying Regulation. Accordingly this report recommended that each application be refused.

 

Council’s decision at that time was to approve the applications subject to conditions which sought to address concerns raised in the report. However this was subsequently rescinded at a meeting on 20 April 2009, when the applications were formally deferred as follows:

 

“That Council defer and allow the applicant to submit amended plans which address the following concerns, any amended plans to then form the basis of further assessment, including assessment by an access consultant if required:-

 

a)      The Lane Cove Market Square sign is not positioned to clearly and unambiguously identify the location and the entry to the pedestrian walkway which connects the Plaza with Longueville Road. This walkway is a key link through the Lane Cove CBD.

b)      The signage generally along the Plaza elevation is oversized and would be visually dominant within the essentially confined pedestrian spaces of the Plaza and adjacent public spaces.

 

c)      The external materials of construction for the northern façade of the building, and the use of metal cladding on the upper levels of the gymnasium, are incongruous with the setting context of the locality.

d)      The proposed northern elevation of the Lane Cove Market Square complex for which consent is now sought, would provide an unsatisfactory heritage outcome.

e)      The façade is still emphasizing horizontal continuity, rather than the verticality (horizontal  segmentation) characteristic to the historic context.

f)       There is a weak relationship between the elevation above and below the awning. There should be a stronger link between pillars and vertical elements above and below.

g)      The façade design be further improved based on the following principles:

·        break down the façade, possibly into three sections and provide further vertical articulation to correspond with the fine grain rhythm of the historic context (illustrated below);

·        the selection of materials to make reference to the historic context, for instance by the use of brick;

·        improve the legibility of the entry to the passage leading to the Library; for instance through provision of a clear or translucent panel in the awning adjacent to the building to improve day lighting in the entry zone;

·        horizontal elements in the proposal should look for opportunities to key into existing horizontal elements in the neighbouring building, this may include massing, parapet elements, panelling or fenestration.

h)      The metal cladding to the Link Road Façade is incongruous within the built form presentation of the Lane Cove CBD. The south west corner of the gym is likely to be very prominent given topography, and the metal cladding will likely be highly reflective. An alternative material is therefore required.

i)        Previous heritage assessments of the Austin Street Façade were accepting of the upper levels of the Austin Street façade (rear of gymnasium) as the architectural expression of the building was considered neutral. This will be lost through the introduction of the metal cladding, as outlined above with regards to the Link Road elevation.  An alternative material is therefore required.

j)        The lift signage (Drawing s08) should indicate Plaza/Shops and Library rather than simply “Ground” level.

k)      The library logo include more reference to the original possum logo, rather than just the leaves of the original logo.

l)        The Library Walk gate (Drawing s24) include further measures to improve security by ensuring the steel panels minimize the ability to climb over the gate.

m)     That signage be included which directs cyclists and scooter users to allotted parking areas.”

 

 

 

 

5.       CURRENT STATUS:

 

In response to the above resolution the applicant lodged further information, dated 8 May 2009, which in summary:

 

·        Removes the proposed new facade treatment to Lane Cove Plaza from the applications.

·        Removes all proposed additional/revised signage from the applications.

·        Replaces the proposed zinaclume exterior cladding to the upper levels of the gymnasium with a ceramic tile, of a dark earth tone and low reflective quality.

 

Copy of additional plans attached (AT1).

 

6.       ASSESSMENT:

The revised submission dated 8 May 2009 resolves all of the concerns which were the basis of the recommendation for refusal outlined in the LandPartners report to Council’s meeting of 6 April 2009 by:

·        Deleting the proposed new façade to Lane Cove Plaza. The proponent will now rely upon the previously approved façade treatment. 

·        Deleting the proposed signage package. The proponent will now rely upon signage as previously approved.

·        Replacing a section of the exterior cladding of the gymnasium building with a more appropriate material. 

 

As a consequence of these changes this current submission similarly resolves most of the issues identified in Council’s decision of 20 April 2009. Nevertheless, several matters arising from the resolution of 20 April 2009 relate to other matters, and these are addressed below:

 

k)      The library logo include more reference to the original possum logo, rather than just the leaves of the original logo.

 

          The applicant is relying upon signage already approved with DA 246/04. This includes a wall sign for the Library. That sign has a space for the Library logo. The final form and presentation of the logo that is provided within that space is considered to be matter for Council to decide. The logo itself is not a matter which requires a specific town planning assessment.

 

          The approved signage does include a freestanding blade sign, at the boundary to Longueville Road, which displays the opening hours of the Library. This sign includes a ‘leaf’ pattern however it is understood, given the above, that this is a decorative element only and is separate to the Library logo.

 

l)        The Library Walk gate (Drawing s24) include further measures to improve security by ensuring the steel panels minimize the ability to climb over the gate.

         

          Conditions 15 and 91 of the consent granted to DA 246/04 require the installation of security measures to prevent access through the site, including an effective security barrier in the pedestrian link between The Plaza and Longueville Road. These conditions do not require the final design of the gate to be the subject of further consideration by Council as the purpose of the condition is considered sufficient to ensure the appropriate outcome is achieved.

 

          In addition, Condition 91 requires certification to be issued to confirm that various security measures, including this gate, are in place and are in accordance with terms of the approval. It is anticipated that this Certificate would not be issued if the design of the gate was not fit for its intended purpose. 

 

m)     That signage be included which directs cyclists and scooter users to allotted parking areas.

 

         Condition 23 of the consent granted to DA 246/04 requires the implementation of a Car Park          Management Plan, which includes a requirement for the installation of signage in accordance         with relevant Australian Standards.

 

In view of the above it is concluded that all matters raised in Councils’ resolution of 20 April 2009 have therefore been addressed by the submission dated 8 May 2009.

 

The various elements which now comprise the applications to amend DA 246/04 and DA 272/07 have already been the subject of an assessment against relevant statutory and merit considerations, as set out in the LandPartners report to Council’s meeting of 6 April 2009. That report noted that these remaining, minor, design amendments, which are essentially necessary to improve the function or utility of the building particularly adjustments needed to meet structural requirements or otherwise achieve compliance with the Building Code of Australia, were satisfactory. 

 

7.       CONCLUSION

 

This report considers two separate applications which seek approval for various modifications to the approved Lane Cove Market Square complex.

 

By submission dated 8 May 2009 the applicant has revised to the content of these applications by:

 

·        Deleting the proposed new façade to Lane Cove Plaza and relying upon the previously approved façade treatment. 

·        Deleting proposed signage package and relying upon signage as previously approved.

·        Replacing a section of the exterior cladding of the gymnasium building with a more appropriate material. 

 

These changes overcome the issues which underpinned LandPartners earlier recommendation that these applications be refused, which was presented to Council’s meeting of 6 April 2009. In consequence it is also concluded that the matters identified in Council’s decision of 20 April 2009, to defer the applications, have now also been resolved. 

 

Consequently it is concluded that these applications now properly respond to all relevant matters for consideration contained within section 79C of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, and the accompanying Regulation. Accordingly this report recommends that each application be approved.

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATION  FOR DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION 246/04E:

 

That the application made under Section 96(2) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, lodged with Council on 23 January 2009, to amend Development Application 246/04 for the Lane Cove Market Square redevelopment be approved as follows:

 

A.      That condition 3 be amended in the following manner:

 

1.       Deletion of reference to Plan No. A450 dated 17.8.2007 Revision F and A451 dated 27.7.2007 Revision F and insertion of the following plan numbers.

 

  

 

Drawing No

Title

Date

Issue

 

 

A450

External Elevations

7.5.2009

H

 

 

A451

Elevation

7.5.2009

H

 

 

RECOMMENDATION FOR DEVLEOPMENT APPLICATION 272/07A

 

That the application made under Section 96(2) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, lodged with Council on 23 January 2009, to amend Development Application 272/07 for  alterations and additions to an approved building to provide a gymnasium be approved as follows:

 

A.      Condition 1 is amended and is now to read:

 

1.       The proposal is to be completed strictly in accordance with the following drawings and supporting information received with the application, except as otherwise amended by this Notice:

 

          Architectural Plans prepared by BN Group Pty Ltd:-

 

Drawing No.

Title

Date

Revision

GA 108

Library/Plaza level

22.8.2007

B

GA 109

Gym level 1

24.8.2007

B

GA 110

Gym level 2

10.12.2007

C

GA 111

Roof plan

24.8.2007

A

GA 302

Section No.2

10.12.2007

C

GA 401

Plaza Montage

September 2007

-

GA 451

Elevations

24.8.2007

A

GA 010

Site Plan

27.8.07

A

 

The approved plans are modified by the amendments shown in the following drawings prepared by BN Group Pty Ltd:-

 

Drawing No.

Title

Date

Revision

GSK-01

Link Road/western elevation

-

-

A460

External elevations

5 May 2009

B

 

         The approved plans are further modified by the amendments described on the following plans, prepared by BN Architectural Group, and lodged with Council on 8 May 2009: 

 

Drawing No

Title

Date

Issue

S96-A410

S96 Plaza Facade – Upper Level

7.5.2009

D

A460

External Elevations

5.5.2009

B

 

 

Michael Mason

Executive Manager

Environmental Services Division

 

ATTACHMENTS:

AT‑1 View

Additional detail plans

4 Pages