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Planning for Growth – Reports

Ordinary Meeting - 12 February 2014

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PUBLIC OPEN SPACE CONTRIBUTION Before a statement of compliance is issued for the subdivision the owner of the land must pay to the responsible authority a sum equivalent to 5% of the site value of all the land in the subdivision.

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LANDSCAPE PLAN Before a statement of compliance is issued for each stage of the subdivision a landscape plan to the satisfaction of the responsible authority must be submitted to and approved by the responsible authority for the relevant stage. When approved, the plan will be endorsed and then form part of the permit.

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COMPLETION OF LANDSCAPING Before a statement of compliance is issued for each stage of the subdivision the landscaping works shown on the endorsed landscape plan must be carried out and completed for that stage to the satisfaction of the responsible authority.

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LANDSCAPING MAINTENANCE The landscaping works shown on the endorsed plans must be maintained to the satisfaction of the responsible authority for 12 months after the works are completed, including that any dead, diseased or damaged plants are to be replaced.

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RACE RESERVE Before a plan is certified for the subdivision the race reserve that traverses the site must be acquired by the developer as freehold land.

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DETAILED DRAINAGE Prior to the certification of the plan of subdivision under the Subdivision Act 1988, plans to the satisfaction of the responsible authority must be submitted to and approved by the responsible authority. When approved, the plans will be endorsed and then will form part of the permit. The plans must be drawn to scale with dimensions. The plans must include: (a) Direction of stormwater runoff. (b) A point of discharge for each lot. (c) Independent drainage for each lot. (d) Approval from the relevant authority for the point of discharge.

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DRAINAGE EASEMENTS The subdivision must provide easements for drainage within and through the subject land for external outfall drainage to a point of lawful discharge to the satisfaction of the responsible authority.

10. STORMWATER DETENTION Before a statement of compliance is issued for the subdivision the developer must provide onsite surface and stormwater detention to pre-development levels in accordance with plans and specifications to the satisfaction of the responsible authority. Allowable discharge: Q5 = 13.2 l/s per hectare; Q100 = 33 l/s per hectare. 11. STORMWATER QUALITY Before the subdivision starts the developer must provide a stormwater treatment PAGE 53

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