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The Mornington Peninsula Shire Council has prepared Amendment C267 to the Mornington Peninsula Planning Scheme. The Amendment seeks to correct various ordinance and zoning anomalies, remove redundant provisions in the Mornington Peninsula Planning Scheme and apply the Heritage Overlay to 39 Graydens Road, Hastings on a permanent basis and 112 Stuart Road, Tyabb including the introduction of the 39 Graydens Road, Hastings Statement of Signiﬁcance, December 2020 and 112 Stuart Road, Tyabb Statement of Signiﬁcance, July 2020 as an Incorporated Document at the Schedule to Clause 43.01 Heritage Overlay and Clause 72.04 – Documents Incorporated in this Planning Scheme.
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Name and contact details of submitters are required for council to consider submissions and to notify such persons of the opportunity to attend council meetings and any public hearing held to consider submissions. The closing date for submissions is 27 August 2021 at 5pm. A submission must be sent to Mornington Peninsula Shire Council by: • Email (preferred) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use Amendment C267morn – submission in the email subject line. • Mail – Manager Strategic Planning, Mornington Peninsula Shire Council, Private Bag 1000, Rosebud 3939.
You may inspect the amendment, any documents that support the amendment and the explanatory report about the amendment, free of charge, at: • the Mornington Peninsula Shire website at https://www.mornpen.vic.gov.au/Building-Planning/StrategicPlanning/Planning-Scheme-Amendments; • during ofﬁce hours, at the ofﬁce of the planning authority: o 90 Besgrove Street, Rosebud VIC 3939 (Rosebud Ofﬁce) o 2 Queen Street, Mornington VIC 3931 (Mornington Ofﬁce) o 21 Marine Parade, Hastings VIC 3915 (Hastings Ofﬁce); or
Any person who may be affected by the amendment may make a submission to the planning authority about the amendment. Submissions must be made in writing giving the submitter’s name and contact address, clearly stating the grounds on which the amendment is supported or opposed and indicating what changes (if any) the submitter wishes to make.
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THROUGHOUT the last tourist season complaints regarding the inadequacy of the steamer service to Sorrento were rife – on special occasions the Hygeia and the Wyreema were unable to cope with the rush. It is now stated that the Loongena, for so long the principal Tasmanian boat, will most likely make trips to Mornington and Sorrento in the summer months. *** THE last monthly meeting of the Tyabb Progress Society, held on the 23rd June, was very well attended and proved a very interesting gathering. After several important items of correspondence, including railway matters, cool storage of pears, and nomination of officers had been dealt with, the debate, Practice v. Theory, and their relation to each other, was opened. Mr Jas. Young was the first speaker and he kept the meeting very much interested for about 20 minutes. Mr Young contended that man would be no good without theory. Mr Fred Stockton placed them in reverse order, and, speaking for about half an hour, related instances relating to his own life from babyhood, and also quoted largely from history to prove his side of the question. Mr Stockton contended that practice came before theory. The debate will be continued next meeting, when Mr P. Val Kerr and others will voice their opinions on the subject. *** From the pages of the Frankston and Somerville Standard, 8 July 1921
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“c,” the possibilities in ratable values to the municipality – of a considerable portion of the district—will be seriously affected; while, if the subject of our protest is allowed to continue, the lowering of property values will require that a revision of assessments be made. (e) The power employed in connection with the works (an oil engine) is of the highly objectionable, intermittent explosion type. Its incessant din while working (which, through day and night, continues on some occasions for as long as nine hours) is a menace to nerves and to health, and to those residents most acutely affected would constitute a direful affliction in the event of sickness. *** AUSTRALIA’S favorite actress, Miss Dorothy Brunton, was amongst the visitors to “The Fernery” on Sunday last.
WE the undersigned property owners of Frankston South, being vitally interested in the district adjacent to the establishment known as the “Fernery”, (owned and occupied by Mr James Bradbury) desires respectfully, to lodge an emphatic protest against the permit granted by the Shire of Frankston and Hastings, to the aforesaid proprietor of the “Fernery,” to conduct an ice and cool storage and grain-grinding works, on the property mentioned. And, further, we request that such steps as are necessary be forthwith taken to remove the necessity for further action on our part. We wish to draw particular attention to the following:
(a) The district affected is essentially a residential area, situated on a particularly beautiful portion of the shore of Port Phillip, and with an assured future if developed under the favorable conditions which obtained prior to the starting of the ice-works complained of. It can in no way be regarded as a factory area. (b) On residences already erected in the locality a considerable sum of money has been expended, on the assumption that the interests of the property owners would be duly protected by the municipal authorities. (c) Through the granting of the permit complained of the prospective development of the locality has received a severe check, and the values of vacant residential allotments have been materially reduced. (d) For the reasons mentioned in
*** MRS Maloney has secured a renewal of the lease of the Pier Hotel, Frankston. *** IN response to the Melbourne Hospitals’ appeal for winter blankets the pupils of the Frankston State School clubbed their pennies and sent a blanket in on the second day. Miss Fulton’s little people in the Infant Room are now busy “getting 270 pennies for a blanket from us.” *** INADVERTENTLY, both the Caledonian Society’s concert and Miss Dorathea Macmaster’s recital in aid of the blind were paragraphed as for the one date in our last issue. The Scotch concert is on the 15th and the recital on the 22nd inst. Messrs Geo Patterson, Will Elder, Fred Champion, Piper McLeod, and Misses F. M. Vines, Jean Grey and Agnes McConnell (the last two being pupils of Miss Mavis Walters, of Mordialloc) will appear at the Scotch concert next Friday night. *** ON June 15th, at the Mornington Presbyterian Church, Miss Elsa Bieri, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. Bieri, was united in holy matrimony with Mr F. C. Flood, son of Cr and Mrs Flood. The Rev J.F. Sims, of Mordialloc, officiated. The bride was simply but daintily attired in white Crepe de chine, trimmed with honiton lace, and carried a posy of white roses. The honeymoon was spent in the Healesville district. ***
Compiled by Cameron McCullough DEAR Sir, On behalf of property owners interested in the district adjacent to “The Fernery,” I am presenting at the forthcoming meeting of the Frankston and Hastings Shire Council a petition signed by practically the whole of those immediately concerned in the welfare of the locality. For your information, copies of the petition and the covering letter accompanying same are appended hereto. I am further directed to say that in the event of our petition being unsuccessful with the council, we shall institute legal proceedings. This, however, we trust will be unnecessary. Yours faithfully Bruce T Mellor
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The planning authority must make a copy of every submission available at its ofﬁce and/or on its website for any person to inspect free of charge for two months after the amendment comes into operation or lapses. Katanya Barlow MANAGER STRATEGIC PLANNING MORNINGTON PENINSULA SHIRE
13 July 2021
Mornington News 13 July 2021