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I N F O R M AT I O N MEMORANDUM

A2.1, 63 - 85 TURNER STREET,

PORT MELBOURNE

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A2.1, 63 - 85 Turner Street, Port Melbourne

CONTENTS INTRODUCTION1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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IMPROVEMENTS3 LOCATION4 DEMOGRAPHICS5 PROPERTY PARTICULARS

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CONTACT DETAILS

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APPENDICES

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Title Plan

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Zoning & Planning Overlays

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INTRODUCTION CVA have great pleasure in offering this self contained office suite for Private Sale or Lease. Situated within the Port IT Business Park in the Fisherman’s Bend Precinct, this well presented commercial property can be summarised by the following key attributes: - 112.6m2* total floor area - 3 on-site car spaces - Open plan & partitioned work spaces - Kitchenette and toilet amenities - Excellent natural light - Commercial 2 Zone CVA strongly recommend your serious consideration of A2.1, 63 - 85 Turner Street, Port Melbourne

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A2.1, 63 - 85 Turner Street, Port Melbourne

E X E C U T I V E S U M M A RY PROPERTY:

A2.1, 63 - 85 Turner Street, Port Melbourne

DESCRIPTION: Self contained suite in a tightly held commercial precinct of Port Melbourne BUILDING AREA:

112.6m2*

ZONING:

Commercial 2 Zoning (C2Z)

METHOD OF SALE:

Private Sale or Lease

SALE TERMS:

10% deposit, balance 60/90 days

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A2.1, 63 - 85 Turner Street, Port Melbourne

IMPROVEMENTS This impressive 112.6m2* office suite comprises a large open working area, board room, partitioned office, kitchen and bathroom. The property is serviced by ducted, reverse cycle airconditioning as well as data and power points throughout.

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A2.1, 63 - 85 Turner Street, Port Melbourne

L O C AT I O N This ever-evolving city fringe suburb is situated on the doorstep of Melbourne’s CBD 2.5km* from the Melbourne CBD, and within close proximity to major arterial roads including CityLink, Westgate Freeway and Tullamarine Freeway, offering unparalleled accessibility and functionality. The area was originally developed as the city’s second port, providing further shipping capacity and linking Melbourne CBD with the port infrastructure already in place. Fisherman’s Bend is set to undergo substantial changes as part of the Fisherman’s Bend urban renewal program, but will maintain it’s industrial and commercial identity with the Employment Precinct, where A2.1 63-85 Turner Street is located, becoming a hub for technology and enterprise.

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Public transport is available via bus services running along Salmon Street and Lorimer Street. The addition of a new world-class engineering campus for Melbourne University and proposed train and tram routes is set to breathe new life into the commercial district.

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A2.1, 63 - 85 Turner Street, Port Melbourne

DEMOGRAPHICS Port Melbourne Suburb Profile Port Melbourne is located 2.5km* south-west of the CBD. Bordered by the Yarra River and Hobson’s Bay Port Melbourne is diverse inner suburb. It features Melbourne’s dock terminals and the industrial area of Fishermans Bend which includes employers such as General Motors, Holden, Toyota, Kraft and a number of aeronautical companies. The residential population is located in the southern parts of the suburb and includes the new Beacon Cove development. The suburb also features Westgate Park and RMIT University - Fishermans Bend Campus.

Dwelling Type

Median

House

$1,300,000

Unit

$750,000

14,521

Age

<15

15-65

65>

Population

13.7%

72.1%

14.3%

Weekly

Weekly

Weekly

Individual Income

Family Income

Household Income

$1,223.00

$2,851.00

$2,190.00

Sources: propertydata.com.au & Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census 2016

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A2.1, 63 - 85 Turner Street, Port Melbourne

P R O P E R T Y PA R T I C U L A R S Principle Outgoings Council Rates: Water Rate: Owners Corporation:

$1,552.53 p.a approx $717.60 p.a approx $2,953.92 p.a approx

Title Particulars Certificate of Title - Volume 09757 Folio 810 Lot 7 on Plan of Title Plan 442966N Zoning Commercial 2 Zone (C2Z) Planning Overlays Environmental Significance Overlayâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; Schedule 1 (ESO1)

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A2.1, 63 - 85 Turner Street, Port Melbourne

C O N TA C T D E TA I L S Ryan Milivojac

Daniel Philip

Property Executive - CBD/ Inner Region E: ryan.milivojac@cva.melbourne M: 0409 481 471

Property Executive - Southern Region E: daniel.philip@cva.melbourne M: 0439 977 121

Disclaimer This report has been compiled on the basis of information available. Though efforts have been made to verify or establish the accuracy of the material, it is not possible to warrant that it is accurate. Some predictions are estimates only and necessarily based on assumptions which may not occur. All parties should make their own independent enquiries with regard to all the information contained in this report. The report is intended to be general information only and will not form part of any contract nor is it to be taken as any form of any representation, warranty or inducement. The Agents and Representatives do not accept any responsibility for and will not be liable in respect of any of the contents of this report. *All areas listed are approximate

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APPENDICES

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Title Plan

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Copyright State of Victoria. This publication is copyright. No part may be reproduced by any process except in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and for the purposes of Section 32 of the Sale of Land Act 1962 (Vic) or pursuant to a written agreement. The information is only valid at the time and in the form obtained from the LANDATA REGD TM System. The State of Victoria accepts no responsibility for any subsequent release, publication or reproduction of the information.

REGISTER SEARCH STATEMENT (Title Search) Transfer of Land Act 1958 VOLUME 10621 FOLIO 185

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Security no : 124077284841R Produced 03/05/2019 10:31 AM

LAND DESCRIPTION Lot 7 on Plan of Subdivision 442966N. PARENT TITLES : Volume 09757 Folio 809 to Volume 09757 Folio 810 Created by instrument PS442966N

REGISTERED PROPRIETOR Estate Fee Simple Sole Proprietor CAPC GALVIN PTY LTD of UNIT 7 85 TURNER STREET PORT MELBOURNE VIC 3207 AM246758N 13/10/2015

ENCUMBRANCES, CAVEATS AND NOTICES Any encumbrances created by Section 98 Transfer of Land Act 1958 or Section 24 Subdivision Act 1988 and any other encumbrances shown or entered on the plan set out under DIAGRAM LOCATION below.

DIAGRAM LOCATION SEE PS442966N FOR FURTHER DETAILS AND BOUNDARIES

ACTIVITY IN THE LAST 125 DAYS NIL ------------------------END OF REGISTER SEARCH STATEMENT-----------------------Additional information: (not part of the Register Search Statement) Street Address: SUITE 7 85 TURNER STREET PORT MELBOURNE VIC 3207

OWNERS CORPORATIONS The land in this folio is affected by OWNERS CORPORATION 1 PLAN NO. PS442966N DOCUMENT END

Title 10621/185

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Zoning & Planning Overlays

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VICTORIA PLANNING PROVISIONS

34.02 31/07/2018 VC148

COMMERCIAL 2 ZONE Shown on the planning scheme map as B3Z, B4Z or C2Z. Purpose

To implement the Municipal Planning Strategy and the Planning Policy Framework. To encourage commercial areas for offices, appropriate manufacturing and industries, bulky goods retailing, other retail uses, and associated business and commercial services. To ensure that uses do not affect the safety and amenity of adjacent, more sensitive uses. 34.02-1 08/08/2019 VC159

Table of uses Section 1 - Permit not required Use

Condition

Art and craft centre Art gallery Cinema

The site must adjoin, or have access to, a road in a Road Zone.

Cinema based entertainment facility Food and drink premises

The leasable floor area must not exceed 100 square metres.

Industry (other than Materials recycling and Transfer station)

Must not be a purpose shown with a Note 1 or Note 2 in the table to Clause 53.10. The land must be at least the following distances from land (not a road) which is in a residential zone, Commercial 1 Zone, Capital City Zone, Docklands Zone, land used for a hospital or an education centre or land in a Public Acquisition Overlay to be acquired for a hospital or an education centre: The threshold distance, for a purpose listed in the table to Clause 53.10. 30 metres, for a purpose not listed in the table to Clause 53.10.

Informal outdoor recreation Mail centre Museum Office Postal agency Railway Restricted retail premises Shop (other than Adult sex product shop, Restricted retail premises and Supermarket)

Must adjoin, or be on the same land as, a supermarket when the use commences. The combined leasable floor area for all shops adjoining or on the same land as the supermarket must not exceed 500 square metres. The site must adjoin, or have access to, a road in a Road Zone.

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Use

Condition

Supermarket

The leasable floor area must not exceed 1800 square metres. The site must adjoin, or have access to, a road in a Road Zone. Must be on land within the City of Greater Geelong or within an urban growth boundary in metropolitan Melbourne.

Trade supplies Tramway Warehouse (other than Mail centre)

Must not be a purpose shown with a Note 1 or Note 2 in the table to Clause 53.10. The land must be at least the following distances from land (not a road) which is in a residential zone, Commercial 1 Zone, Capital City Zone, Docklands Zone, land used for a hospital or an education centre or land in a Public Acquisition Overlay to be acquired for a hospital or an education centre: The threshold distance, for a purpose listed in the table to Clause 53.10. 30 metres, for a purpose not listed in the table to Clause 53.10.

Any use listed in Clause 62.01

Must meet the requirements of Clause 62.01.

Section 2 - Permit required Use

Condition

Adult sex product shop

Must be at least 200 metres (measured by the shortest route reasonably accessible on foot) from a residential zone, land used for a hospital, primary school or secondary school or land in a Public Acquisition Overlay to be acquired for a hospital, primary school or secondary school.

Agriculture (other than Animal production and Apiculture) Caretaker's house Education centre Grazing animal production Leisure and recreation (other than Informal outdoor recreation, Major sports and recreation facility and Motor racing track) Materials recycling Place of assembly (other than Art gallery, Carnival, Cinema, Cinema based entertainment facility, Circus and Museum) Residential hotel Retail premises (other than Food and drink premises, Postal agency, Restricted retail premises, Supermarket and Trade supplies)

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VICTORIA PLANNING PROVISIONS

Use

Condition

Supermarket â&#x20AC;&#x201C; if the Section 1 conditions are not The leasable floor area must not exceed 1800 square metres unless on land within the City of met Greater Geelong or within an urban growth boundary in metropolitan Melbourne. The site must adjoin, or have access to, a road in a Road Zone. Transfer station

The land must be at least 30 metres from land (not a road) which is in a residential zone, land used for a hospital or an education centre or land in a Public Acquisition Overlay to be acquired for a hospital or an education centre.

Utility installation (other than Minor utility installation and Telecommunications facility) Any other use not in Section 1 or 3

Section 3 - Prohibited Use Accommodation (other than Caretaker's house and Residential hotel) Animal production (other than Grazing animal production) Hospital Major sports and recreation facility Motor racing track

34.02-2 15/07/2013 VC100

Use of land A use must not detrimentally affect the amenity of the neighbourhood, including through the: Transport of materials, goods or commodities to or from the land. Appearance of any building, works or materials. Emission of noise, artificial light, vibration, smell, fumes, smoke, vapour, steam, soot, ash, dust, waste water, waste products, grit or oil.

34.02-3 31/07/2018 VC148

Subdivision A permit is required to subdivide land. VicSmart applications

Subject to Clause 71.06, an application under this clause for a development specified in Column 1 is a class of VicSmart application and must be assessed against the provision specified in Column 2. Class of application

Information requirements and decision guidelines

Subdivide land to realign the common boundary between 2 lots where:

Clause 59.01

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Information requirements and decision guidelines

Class of application

The area of either lot is reduced by less than 15 percent. The general direction of the common boundary does not change. Subdivide land into lots each containing an existing building or car parking space Clause 59.02 where: The buildings or car parking spaces have been constructed in accordance with the provisions of this scheme or a permit issued under this scheme. An occupancy permit or a certificate of final inspection has been issued under the Building Regulations in relation to the buildings within 5 years prior to the application for a permit for subdivision. Subdivide land into 2 lots if:

Clause 59.02

The construction of a building or the construction or carrying out of works on the land: –

Has been approved under this scheme or by a permit issued under this scheme and the permit has not expired.

Has started lawfully.

The subdivision does not create a vacant lot.

34.02-4 31/07/2018 VC148

Buildings and works A permit is required to construct a building or construct or carry out works. This does not apply to: The installation of an automatic teller machine. An alteration to an existing building façade provided: – –

The alteration does not include the installation of an external roller shutter. At least 80 per cent of the building facade at ground floor level is maintained as an entry or window with clear glazing.

An awning that projects over a road if it is authorised by the relevant public land manager. VicSmart applications

Subject to Clause 71.06, an application under this clause for a development specified in Column 1 is a class of VicSmart application and must be assessed against the provision specified in Column 2. Class of application

Information requirements and decision guidelines

Construct a building or construct or carry out works with an estimated cost of up to $500,000 where the land is not:

Clause 59.04

Within 30 metres of land (not a road) which is in a residential zone. Used for a purpose listed in the table to Clause 53.10.

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Class of application

Information requirements and decision guidelines

Used for a Brothel or Adult sex product shop.

Maintenance

All buildings and works must be maintained in good order and appearance to the satisfaction of the responsible authority. 34.02-5 31/07/2018 VC148

Application requirements Use

An application to use land must be accompanied by the following information, as appropriate: The purpose of the use and the types of activities which will be carried out. The likely effects, if any, on adjoining land, including noise levels, traffic, the hours of delivery and despatch of goods or materials, hours of operation and light spill, solar access and glare. The means of maintaining areas not required for immediate use. If an industry or warehouse: – –

The type and quantity of goods to be stored, processed or produced. Whether a Works Approval, or Waste Discharge Licence is required from the Environment Protection Authority. Whether a notification under the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2017 is required, a licence under the Dangerous Goods Act 1995 is required, or a fire protection quantity under the Dangerous Goods (Storage and Handling) Regulations 2012 is exceeded. The likely effects on adjoining land, including air-borne emissions and emissions to land and water.

Building and works

An application to construct a building or construct or carry out works must be accompanied by the following information, as appropriate: A plan drawn to scale which shows: –

The boundaries and dimensions of the site.

Adjoining roads.

The location, height and purpose of buildings and works on adjoining land.

Relevant ground levels.

The layout of existing and proposed buildings and works.

All driveway, car parking and loading areas.

Proposed landscape areas.

All external storage and waste treatment areas.

Areas not required for immediate use.

Elevation drawings to scale showing the colour and materials of all buildings and works. Construction details of all drainage works, driveways, vehicle parking and loading areas.

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A landscape layout which includes the description of vegetation to be planted, the surfaces to be constructed, site works specification and method of preparing, draining, watering and maintaining the landscape area. 34.02-6 31/07/2018 VC148

34.02-7 31/07/2018 VC148

Exemption from notice and review An application to subdivide land or construct a building or construct or carry out works is exempt from the notice requirements of section 52(1)(a), (b) and (d), the decision requirements of section 64(1), (2) and (3) and the review rights of section 82(1) of the Act. This exemption does not apply to land within 30 metres of land (not a road) which is in a residential zone, land used for a hospital or an education centre or land in a Public Acquisition Overlay to be acquired for a hospital or an education centre. Decision guidelines General

Before deciding on an application, in addition to the decision guidelines in Clause 65, the responsible authority must consider, as appropriate: The Municipal Planning Strategy and the Planning Policy Framework. The interface with adjoining zones, especially the relationship with residential areas. Use

The effect that existing uses may have on the proposed use. The drainage of the land. The availability of and connection to services. The effect of traffic to be generated on roads. The interim use of those parts of the land not required for the proposed use. If an industry or warehouse, the effect that the use may have on nearby existing or proposed residential areas or other uses which are sensitive to industrial off-site effects, having regard to any comments or directions of the referral authorities. Subdivision

The effect the subdivision will have on the potential of the area to accommodate the uses which will maintain or enhance its competitive strengths. Any natural or cultural values on or near the land. Streetscape character. Landscape treatment. Building and works

The movement of pedestrians and cyclists, and vehicles providing for supplies, waste removal, emergency services and public transport. The provision of car parking. The streetscape, including the conservation of buildings, the design of verandahs, access from the street front, protecting active frontages to pedestrian areas, the treatment of the fronts and backs of buildings and their appurtenances, illumination of buildings or their immediate spaces and landscaping of land adjoining a road. Defining the responsibility for the maintenance of buildings, landscaping and paved areas. The availability of and connection to services. Page 6 of 7


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Any natural or cultural values on or nearby the land. Outdoor storage, lighting, and stormwater discharge. The design of buildings to provide for solar access. 34.02-8 31/07/2018 VC148

Signs Sign requirements are at Clause 52.05. This zone is in Category 1.

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42.01 31/07/2018 VC148

ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OVERLAY Shown on the planning scheme map as ESO with a number. Purpose

To implement the Municipal Planning Strategy and the Planning Policy Framework. To identify areas where the development of land may be affected by environmental constraints. To ensure that development is compatible with identified environmental values. 42.01-1 31/07/2018 VC148

Environmental significance and objectives A schedule to this overlay must contain: A statement of environmental significance. The environmental objectives to be achieved.

42.01-2 31/07/2018 VC148

Permit requirement A permit is required to: Construct a building or construct or carry out works. This does not apply if a schedule to this overlay specifically states that a permit is not required. Construct a fence if specified in a schedule to this overlay. Construct bicycle pathways and trails. Subdivide land. This does not apply if a schedule to this overlay specifically states that a permit is not required. Remove, destroy or lop any vegetation, including dead vegetation. This does not apply: –

If a schedule to this overlay specifically states that a permit is not required.

If the table to Clause 42.01-3 specifically states that a permit is not required.

To the removal, destruction or lopping of native vegetation in accordance with a native vegetation precinct plan specified in the schedule to Clause 52.16.

VicSmart applications

Subject to Clause 71.06, an application under this clause for a development specified in Column 1 is a class of VicSmart application and must be assessed against the provision specified in Column 2. Class of application

Information requirements and decision guidelines

Subdivide land to realign the common boundary between 2 lots where:

Clause 59.01

The area of either lot is reduced by less than 15 percent. The general direction of the common boundary does not change. Subdivide land into lots each containing an existing building or car parking space where:

Clause 59.02

The buildings or car parking spaces have been constructed in accordance with the provisions of this scheme or a permit issued under this scheme.

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Information requirements and decision guidelines

Class of application

An occupancy permit or a certificate of final inspection has been issued under the Building Regulations in relation to the buildings within 5 years prior to the application for a permit for subdivision. Subdivide land into 2 lots if:

Clause 59.02

The construction of a building or the construction or carrying out of works on the land: –

Has been approved under this scheme or by a permit issued under this scheme and the permit has not expired.

Has started lawfully.

The subdivision does not create a vacant lot. Construct a fence.

Clause 59.05

Remove, destroy or lop one tree.

Clause 59.06

Construct a building or construct or carry out works for:

Clause 59.05

A carport, garage, pergola, verandah, deck, shed or similar structure. A rainwater tank. The buildings and works must be associated with a dwelling.

42.01-3

Table of exemptions

31/07/2018 VC148

The requirement to obtain a permit does not apply to: Emergency works

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped: in an emergency by, or on behalf of, a public authority or municipal council to create an emergency access or to enable emergency works; or where it presents an immediate risk of personal injury or damage to property. Only that part of the vegetation that presents the immediate risk may be removed, destroyed or lopped under this exemption.

Fire protection

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary to enable the carrying out of any of the following fire protection activities: fire fighting; planned burning; making or maintenance of a fuelbreak or fire fighting access track (or any combination thereof) that does not exceed a combined width of 6 metres; making of a strategic fuelbreak up to 40 metres wide by, or on behalf of, a public authority in accordance with a strategic fuelbreak plan approved by the Secretary to the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (as constituted under Part 2 of the Conservation, Forests and Lands Act 1987); is ground fuel within 30 metres of a building and is vegetation other than native vegetation; in accordance with a fire prevention notice issued under either: –

Section 65 of the Forests Act 1958; or

Section 41 of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958.

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The requirement to obtain a permit does not apply to: keeping vegetation clear of, or minimising the risk of bushfire ignition from, an electric line in accordance with a code of practice prepared under Part 8 of the Electricity Safety Act 1998; minimising the risk to life and property from bushfire on a roadside of a public road managed by the relevant responsible road authority, and carried out by, or on behalf of that authority in accordance with the written agreement of the Secretary to the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (as constituted under Part 2 of the Conservation, Forests and Lands Act 1987). In this exemption, roadside, public road and responsible road authority have the same meanings as in section 3 of the Road Management Act 2004. Note: Additional permit exemptions for bushfire protection are provided at Clause 52.12. Geothermal energy exploration and extraction

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary in accordance with an operation plan approved under the Geothermal Energy Resources Act 2005.

Greenhouse gas sequestration and exploration

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary in accordance with an operation plan approved under the Greenhouse Gas Geological Sequestration Act 2008.

Land management or directions notice

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary to comply with a land management notice or directions notice served under the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994.

Land use conditions

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary to comply with a land use condition served under the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994.

Mineral exploration and extraction

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary by the holder of an exploration, mining, prospecting, or retention licence issued under the Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990: that is low impact exploration within the meaning of Schedule 4A of the Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990; or in accordance with a work plan approved under Part 3 of the Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990. Note: Schedule 4A of the Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990 specifies limits on the extent of native vegetation that may be removed as part of low impact exploration.

Noxious weeds

Vegetation that is a noxious weed subject of a declaration under section 58 or section 58A of the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994. This exemption does not apply to Australian Dodder (Cuscuta australis).

Pest animal burrows

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary to enable the removal of pest animal burrows. In the case of native vegetation the written agreement of an officer of the department responsible for administering the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 is required before the vegetation can be removed, destroyed or lopped.

Planted vegetation

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped that was either planted or grown as a result of direct seeding for Crop raising or Extensive animal husbandry.

Railways

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary to maintain the safe and efficient function of an existing railway, or railway access road, in accordance with the written agreement of the Secretary to the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (as constituted under Part 2 of the Conservation, Forests and Lands Act 1987).

Regrowth

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped that has naturally established or regenerated on land lawfully cleared of naturally established vegetation, and is: bracken (Pteridium esculentum); or within the boundary of a timber production plantation, as indicated on a Plantation Development Notice or other documented record, and has established after the plantation.

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The requirement to obtain a permit does not apply to: This exemption does not apply to land on which vegetation has been destroyed or otherwise damaged as a result of flood, fire or other natural disaster. Road safety

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary by or on behalf of a public authority or municipal council to maintain the safe and efficient function of an existing public road in accordance with the written agreement of the Secretary to the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (as constituted under Part 2 of the Conservation, Forests and Lands Act 1987).

Stone exploration

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary to enable the carrying out of Stone exploration. The maximum extent of vegetation removed, destroyed or lopped under this exemption on contiguous land in the same ownership in a five year period must not exceed any of the following: 1 hectare of vegetation which does not include a tree. 15 trees with a trunk diameter of less than 40 centimetres at a height of 1.3 metres above ground level. 5 trees with a trunk diameter of 40 centimetres or more at a height of 1.3 metres above ground level. This exemption does not apply to costeaning and bulk sampling activities.

Stone extraction

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary to enable the carrying out of Stone extraction in accordance with a work plan approved under the Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990 and authorised by a work authority granted under that Act.

Surveying

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped to the minimum extent necessary by, or on behalf of, a licenced surveyor (within the meaning of section 3 of the Surveying Act 2004) using hand-held tools to establish a sightline for the measurement of land.

Traditional owners

Vegetation that is to be removed, destroyed or lopped by a person acting under, and in accordance with: a natural resources agreement under Part 6 of the Traditional Owners Settlement Act 2010; or an authorisation order made under sections 82 or 84 of the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010 as those sections were in force immediately before the commencement of section 24 of the Traditional owners Settlement Amendment Act in 2016 (1 May 2017).

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42.01-5 31/07/2018 VC148

Application requirements An application must be accompanied by any information specified in a schedule to this overlay. Decision guidelines Before deciding on an application, in addition to the decision guidelines in Clause 65, the responsible authority must consider, as appropriate: The Municipal Planning Strategy and Planning Policy Framework. The statement of environmental significance and the environmental objective contained in a schedule to this overlay. The need to remove, destroy or lop vegetation to create a defendable space to reduce the risk of bushfire to life and property. Any other matters specified in a schedule to this overlay.

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MELBOURNE PLANNING SCHEME

24/05/2012 C185

SCHEDULE 1 TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OVERLAY Shown on the planning scheme map as ESO1. PORT OF MELBOURNE ENVIRONS

1.0 24/05/2012 C185

2.0 24/05/2012 C185

Statement of environmental significance The overlay manages potential conflicts between land in the port environs and the adjoining Port of Melbourne. Land within this overlay should not be developed for any purpose that might compromise the long term protection and expansion of port operations, infrastructure and associated storage facilities. Environmental objective to be achieved  Minimise the potential for future land use conflicts between the port and port environs.  Ensure that any use and intensity of development in the overlay area does not constrain the ongoing operation and development of the commercial port.

3.0 24/05/2012 C185

Permit requirement A permit is not required to:  Construct a building or construct or carry out works, unless the building or works is associated with the following uses: 

Accommodation

Child care centre

Education centre

Place of Assembly

Office

 Subdivide land.  Remove, destroy or lop any vegetation, including dead vegetation. 4.0 24/05/2012 C185

Decision guidelines Before deciding on an application, the responsible authority must consider:  Whether the proposed use or development is appropriate to the site by virtue of the proximity to the port.  Whether the proposed use or development might impede the long term development and operation of the port.  Whether the proposed use or development has the potential to expose people unnecessarily to any off-site impacts associated with the 24-hour, 7 day a week operation of the port.  Whether the siting and design of the proposed use or development includes appropriate measures to ensure that the amenity of the proposed use will not be impacted by off-site impacts associated with the 24-hour, 7 day a week operation of the port.  Whether the proposal is compatible with the present and future operation of the commercial trading port as detailed in a port development strategy approved under the Port Services Act 1995.

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 Whether the proposal will result in an increase in the number of people affected by noise or road or rail traffic arising from port operations.  Whether the proposal will result in an increase in the number of people affected by exposure to risk to health or life arising from port operations. 5.0 24/05/2012 C185

Reference Port Development Strategy 2035 Vision (Port of Melbourne Corporation 2009).

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