Council News Issue No: 132
CITY OF WAGGA WAGGA
FIRST PRINTED SATURDAY 18 FEBRUARY 2017
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TOUCHDOWN (main): A traditional water salute greets JETGO’s first flight into the Wagga Wagga Airport on Monday. WELCOME (right): Mayor Greg Conkey hands out a gift bag of Wagga goodies to the first passengers arriving from Brisbane. MAIDEN TRIP (far right): Marking the first JETGO flight into Wagga are (from left) City of Wagga Wagga General Manager Alan Eldridge, JETGO Managing Director Paul Bredereck, JETGO cabin crew member Kayla Hawkins and Mayor Greg Conkey.
Get on board WGA to BNE The sun and sand of Queensland is now less than two hours away for Wagga Wagga residents. Wagga Wagga Airport welcomed its newest airline JETGO on 13 February, with passengers on the maiden flight from Brisbane greeted by Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor Greg Conkey OAM and General Manager Alan Eldridge. “The City of Wagga Wagga is proud to welcome JETGO to our community,” Cr Conkey said. “Wagga Wagga is a regional capital and to attract an airline such as JETGO increases
the liveability of our city and creates opportunity for local industry. “It’s fantastic to hear so many people have taken advantage of this new service and I encourage everyone to continue to support it.” JETGO will initially offer three services a week from Wagga Wagga Airport to Brisbane Airport on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. It’s hoped these services will be increased to seven days a week as demand builds. The RAAF treated the 44-seat Embraer ERJ-140LR Regional Jet aircraft to a traditional “water salute”. JETGO Managing Director Paul Bredereck was on board the flight.
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“JETGO is thrilled to be able to offer direct jet services between Queensland and one of Australia’s most important inland cities,” he said. “This service will offer greater connectivity for families, businesses and other services. “Since opening up other regional NSW routes between Brisbane and Albury, Dubbo and Tamworth over the last 18 months we have seen a significant increase in visits between families and friends, as well as a significant growth in medical visits where access to medical professionals in Brisbane offered in many cases far more convenient alternatives for people in regional NSW”. With three carriers now at the airport, City
of Wagga Wagga General Manager Mr Eldridge said the facility’s future was bright. “JETGO’s maiden flight marks the next chapter for the airport’s development,” he said. “The City of Wagga Wagga has incentives in place to attract and help establish new routes and JETGO has been able to take advantage of those. “It’s encouraging to see the growth at the airport and we are working to ensure it can handle the increased traffic. “Coupled with planned upgrades to the airport terminal, the facility is set to be a major economic driver for Wagga’s future.” To buy tickets for the Wagga-Brisbane service, visit www.jetgo.com.
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STAFF ASSIST WITH EMERGENCY RESPONSE Staff from Council’s Commercial Operations Sector lent a helping hand to the Rural Fire Service during a bushfire at Pulletop on Monday. Staff assisted with the construction of a fire break and containment line and asset protection. Council plant including two graders, two water carts, the float and a four wheel drive were conveyed to the fire ground to assist with these tasks. This assistance continues this week with a grader crew working on additional fire breaks and containment lines around the fire ground. •••• City of Wagga Wagga staff have been involved in a clean up effort after a number of trees fell over in last weekend’s wild weather,
blocking roads and footpaths (pictured above). Commercial Operations staff worked until 2am on Sunday morning cleaning up rural roads and urban streets and a number of requests were lodged by residents in the city and surrounding rural area.
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Council’s education and engagement truck Charlie will be visiting the following areas. Village/Suburb
Tuesday 21 February 4pm-7pm
Thursday 2 March 4pm-7pm
Truck stop memorial
Monday 6 March 4pm-7pm
Wednesday 15 March 4pm-7pm
R E P O R T
During the City of Wagga Wagga’s seasonal mowing program, all parks, reserves and open space areas receive one grass cut every six weeks. These timeframes may be extended.
Mowing teams will be operating in the following areas: • North: CBD • East: Forest Hill followed by Lake Albert • West: Glenfield followed by Lloyd • Roadside: Northern region
LET THERE BE LIGHT: Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor Greg Conkey OAM, Committee 4 Wagga Chair Judy Galloway and City of Wagga Wagga General Manager Alan Eldridge look over the Lights 4 Lake installation map. The community project, which will install 104 poles fitted with solar lights around the 5.5km walking track at Lake Albert will start at the end of February.
A LL GOO D TO G LOW: WO R K TO S TA R T O N LI G H T S FO R L A K E PROJ EC T Strolling around Lake Albert at dusk or early morning will soon be safer and easier. Work on Wagga Wagga’s Lights for Lake project will start on Monday 27 February and is expected to be complete by the end of March. A total of 104 poles, fitted with solar lights, will be installed around Lake Albert’s popular 5.5km walking track. Each pole has been sponsored by community members or groups – which has helped fund the project. Lights for Lake is being delivered by Committee 4 Wagga, with assistance provided by the City of Wagga Wagga. Committee 4 Wagga Chair Judy Galloway said it was great to see the project progressing. “We’re excited about the reality
of the project, the impending installation and the benefits the lights will bring to our community through lifestyle and health opportunities,” she said. The works will be completed in stages, with some track closures and detours required. “If you are venturing out to walk the lake during the construction period, please be mindful that you may be required to detour off the track on to grass, some sections may even be closed entirely,” City of Wagga Wagga General Manager Alan Eldridge said. “These closures or detours are important for the safety of recreational users of the lake and for the workers carrying out the project. “There will be plenty of signage and temporary fencing around
the lake during construction and temporary blackboards in key, visible areas will be set up to display daily messages on what sections of the track are impacted.” The new lights will light up the lake at dusk and early morning and are fitted with motion sensors. No trees will be removed for the project, however, some pruning will be undertaken during the cooler months. Lights for Lake has been funded through community donations totalling $230,000, Committee 4 Wagga in-kind donations of $100,000, City of Wagga Wagga contributions totalling $75,000 and $25,000 in in-kind project support and NSW Government funding of $40,000.
Bow down to Elsa Elsa is our little princess - she’s the cat who knows who’s in charge and knows what she wants. Elsa won’t put up with anything she doesn’t like and expects you to treat her like royalty. If you think you can handle this girl with plenty of cattitude, then visit the Glenfield Road Animal Shelter and adopt her. Elsa can be adopted for $196.20, which includes desexing, microchipping, lifetime registration, vaccination and worming. To request an audience with Her Royal Catness or any of her subjects, visit the shelter from Monday to Saturday between 1pm and 4.15pm. For more information, visit wagga.nsw.gov.au/animals or call 6971 4651 during business hours.
G E T I N VO LV E D : J O I N A C O M M I T T E E Are you interested in getting more involved with your community? Expressions of interest are currently being sought for two Council Advisory Committees – the Australia Day Committee and the Floodplain Risk Management Committee. The Australia Day Committee is focused on planning and delivering the city’s Australia Day celebrations, including the awards ceremony. This year’s Australia Day event at Wagga Beach attracted thousands of people, with markets, free activities and entertainment proving popular. The Floodplain Risk Management Committee
provides advice on the development, implementation and delivery of actions of the Floodplain Risk Management Plan across the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area. Applications for both committees close 5pm, Friday 24 February. Further information and application forms are available at wagga.nsw.gov.au under “Meetings – Advisory Committee”. Application forms are also available from the Civic Centre during business hours. For further details, contact Nicole Johnson on 1300 292 442.
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Premier confident in Bomen Enabling Roads investment Sustainable jobs growth has the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian excited about what the Bomen Enabling Roads project is going to achieve for Wagga Wagga and surrounding areas. On a tour of the site last weekend the Premier saw first hand the project’s progress with bulk earthworks and road base stabilisation for the new road network underway. After receiving a briefing from project managers the Premier
confirmed her confidence in the state’s $13M investment towards the $40M project. “Wagga is a city that is growing, and what will make it even greater and more sustainable in the future is having jobs here that are permanent,” she said. “What this construction means is the infrastructure is being built to attract businesses to really make this area a key driving force for jobs and growth.”
Meanwhile, the City of Wagga Wagga and Genesee & Wyoming Australia (GWA) are both actively pursuing the Riverina Intermodal Freight & Logistics (RIFL) Hub at Bomen Business Park. “GWA continues to invest in developing the business case for the proposed Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics (RiFL) Hub,” GWA Managing Director David Brown said. “To date we have developed concept designs, detailed costings
and are currently focusing on putting in place the appropriate commercial and legal structures to facilitate the development.” City of Wagga Wagga General Manager Alan Eldridge said staff and GWA met in Sydney earlier this month. “Representatives from GWA and the City of Wagga Wagga spent the day negotiating key terms,” Mr Eldridge said. “GWA and the City of Wagga
continue to work closely together on developing agreements and commercial structures for the proposed freight terminal in Wagga Wagga. “Both parties are satisfied with the progress including the work completed on design and the commercial/legal structures for the intermodal terminal. “We look forward to making further announcements in the coming weeks.”
AP OL OGY DAY DEL IVERS ME S S AGE OF HOPE AND HE AL ING School students and community members came together on Monday to mark the 9th anniversary of the national Apology to the Stolen Generations. Aunty Faye Moseley shared with those gathered at the Marrambidya Wetland Healing Place her account of when she, and her siblings, were removed from their family. She also spoke of the importance of healing and hope for future generations. “We need to pull together and work as one community to help right the wrongs … we need to support each other and guide our youth and teach them to follow proudly in our footsteps,” she said. The community ceremony was also a chance to showcase the latest cultural additions to the Healing Place – Gunyahs (Ganyas) which are traditional Wiradjuri huts, and a new scar tree created by the removal of a Coolamon (Gulaman) by local Wiradjuri man Peter Ingram. Special guests at the ceremony included Aunty Faye, Aunty Cheryl Penrith, Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor Greg Conkey OAM and City of Wagga Wagga General Manager Alan Eldridge. The Federal Government Apology was delivered by the then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and also represented the completion of one of the five key measures of reparation recommended in the 1997 Bringing Them Home Report, with 2017 being the 20th anniversary of the report.
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KO KO M O V I A WAG G A A heatwave and a freak storm couldn’t stop The Beach Boys for performing for their Wagga fans at McDonald’s Park. While the iconic Californian band weren’t able to take to the stage on Saturday 11 February after wild weather lashed the stage and equipment, they returned on the Monday night to play for thousands of people from across the Riverina. Speaking ahead of the second show, lead singer Mike Love thanked the audience for their understanding. “It’s Wagga Wagga so we want to visit twice! I was so happy and pleased to see families and kids at Saturday night’s concert and we just couldn’t disappoint them so we have to come back,” he said. The Surf & Soul concert, which also featured The Temptations of My Girl fame, was proudly presented by the City of Wagga Wagga, which provided $20,000 and use of McDonald’s Park to bring the event to town.
REFLECTION: Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor Greg Conkey OAM and Aunty Faye Moseley shared stories of their time in Cootamundra as children at the Apology Day ceremony on Monday.
R E S E A L P R E PA R AT I O N W O R K S TO C O N T I N U E A number of high-traffic roads in Wagga Wagga will have changed traffic conditions applied from next week as part of the city’s annual reseal program. At the end of 2016 and early in 2017 Council crews and contractors completed reseals on nine roads in Wagga, including popular roads such as Lake Albert and Fernleigh roads. Preparation works for the second stage of the reseal program are now in full swing. Popular roads undergoing preparation works include Best and Tarcutta streets, as well as O’Reilly, Tompson, Kincaid and Docker streets. Manager Operations Stephen Jewell said these works were necessary to ensure the best road surface was in place for the reseal. “The preparation works range from fixing potholes and road
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failures to kerb and gutter repairs,” he said. “These defects must be fixed first to ensure the new asphalt is laid on the best possible surface.” “Some delays and detours, in place for up to five days, will be required during the works. “Motorists might have already experienced or noticed some detours and closures as a result of the reseal program,” Mr Jewell said. “When possible, work is scheduled to ensure minimal disruptions, such as outside of peak traffic periods. “However, sometimes this is not possible, or jobs require longer to complete. “We thank motorists for their patience as we deliver the reseal program.” Resealing involves laying a new coat of bitumen and blue metal
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aggregate over the existing surface. The reseal program extends the life of local roads by increasing surface texture for better tyre friction, seals cracks to prevent moisture seeping through and maintains a good surface condition. Stage two of the 2016/17 reseal program starts Saturday 4 March and runs until Sunday 18 March.
Roads with upcoming changed traffic conditions: • Morrow Street • O’Reilly Street • Tompson Street • Beckwith Street • Best Street • Docker Street • Kincaid Street • Tarcutta Street
Change in speed limit for Dunns Road A temporary speed limit of 40km/h has been applied to Dunns Road. The City of Wagga Wagga has implemented the reduced speed limit due to the deteriorated state of the road. A grader crew will be on site next week, starting Monday 20 February, for seven to eight days, to level and improve the road surface. The road will be closed during the day, from 6.30am to 4pm, while the works are carried out. The road will reopen outside of these hours, with the temporary reduced speed limit in place. City of Wagga Wagga General Manager Alan Eldridge said future
options for Dunns Road were being investigated. “It is likely the 40km/h speed limit will stand after the works are completed next week and until a further solution for the road is determined,” Mr Eldridge said.
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Fri 24 February Apex Park. Finding Dory (G). Ph: 0407 100 892
Every Sun 2.30pm and Wed 5.30pm until 30 April Wagga Wagga Sailing Club, Lake Albert. Ph: 0481 103 351
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RADIO CONTROLLED CORK & FORK MODEL YACHT Fri 24 February 5.30pm RACING
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Public Notices RFT 2017/22 CLEANING OF COUNCIL BUILDINGS
Suitably endorsed Tenders marked “RFT 2017/22 Cleaning of Council Buildings” are invited and will be received by the undersigned until 2pm Wednesday 15 March 2017. This contract is for the cleaning of Council buildings, offices and amenities blocks. Enquiries should be directed to Mr Luke Fitzgerald on 6926 9491. A mandatory site meeting will be held on Tuesday 21 February 2017. Council will provide transport and will depart from the Civic Centre, Cnr Baylis & Morrow Streets Wagga Wagga at 10am returning at 3.30pm. Prospective tenderers are limited to one (1) representative only for this site inspection. Please register your attendance at this meeting via email to barclay. firstname.lastname@example.org. au. Tenders will be assessed on a number of criteria. Tenderers are advised that the lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. A non-refundable fee of $110.00 will be charged for each hard copy of the Specification or specifications at nil cost can be accessed from www.tenderlink.com/ wagga
RFT 2017-25 WAGGA WAGGA LEVEE BANK CONSTRUCTION (STG1)
Suitably endorsed Tenders marked “RFT 2017-25 – Wagga Wagga Levee Bank Construction (stg1)” are invited and will be received by the undersigned until 2pm Wednesday 5 April 2017. This Contract is for the construction of stage 1 of Wagga Wagga Main City Levee Bank to a one in one hundred year flood level. A mandatory pre-tender
meeting will be held on Wednesday 15 March 2017 commencing at 9am onsite at Chainage 0 of the levee (being the rest stop at the intersection of Edward Street West and Sturt Highway) Registration to attend the site meeting can be made via email Hewson. email@example.com. Tenders will be assessed on a number of criteria. Tenderers are advised that the lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. Enquiries should be directed to Darryl Woods on 1300 292 442 or firstname.lastname@example.org. gov.au. A non-refundable fee of $110.00 will be charged for each hard copy of the Specification or specifications at nil cost can be accessed from www.tenderlink.com/ wagga
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CITY OF WAGGA WAGGA ADVISORY COMMITTEES
Expressions of Interest are sought from interested persons to serve on the following Council Advisory Committees: • Australia Day Committee • Floodplain Risk Management Committee Applications are invited, and will be received up to 5pm on Friday, 24 February 2017 from interested residents of the Wagga Wagga Local Government area to serve on the above Advisory Committees. Further information regarding the role(s) of these Committees and the Application Forms are available on Council’s website under Meetings – Advisory Committee. Application Forms are also available from the Customer Service Centre, cnr Baylis and Morrow Streets, Wagga Wagga during business hours. Application forms can be completed online; posted to PO Box 20, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 or emailed to council@ wagga.nsw.gov.au Further details are available by contacting Nicole Johnson on 1300 292 442.
NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL
Wagga Wagga City Council has received the following application to carry out “Development” under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979. DA17/0049, Change of use to licensed food & drink premises (use approval only - no fit out), 87 Baylis St WAGGA WAGGA NSW 2650, Lot 1 DP 1222224, Applicant: Checkpoint Building Surveyors - Coomera Name of Consent Authority: Wagga Wagga City Council The subject application and accompanying documentation, may be inspected at the following address until the closure of exhibition. Submission Period: 20/02/2017 to 06/03/2017 Where: Wagga Wagga City Council, cnr Baylis and Morrow Streets, Wagga Wagga (Customer Service Counter). When: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (except Public Holidays). Any person seeking to make a submission in relation to the abovementioned development should address all correspondence to the Consent Authority to be received prior to 5pm on the final day of the exhibition period. If any submission is made by way of objection, the grounds of objection must be specified in the submission. Persons lodging submissions are required to declare political donations (including donations of more than $1000) made in the previous two years. For more details, including disclosure form, go to www.planning.nsw.gov.au/ donations. Persons making written submissions regarding the above development are advised that any submission received within the submission period will be subject to the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy
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and Personal Information Protection Act (PIPPA) and may be attached to the final report, in its entirety or in part, to Council unless explicitly requested by the person making the submission that they do not wish this to occur. Enquiries: Further details relating to the matter can be obtained by contacting the Council’s City Development. If you have any enquiries regarding the application, or about making submission, please call City Development on 1300 292 442.
DEVELOPMENT CONSENTS ISSUED - DECEMBER 2016 Pursuant to the provisions of Section 101 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979 notice is hereby given that Council has determined the following development applications for the month of December 2016.
CDC16/0265 Alterations to Existing Workshop 19 Bomen Rd BOMEN 2650 Lot 15 DP 1130343 CDC16/0267 Swimming pool 21 Atherton Cres TATTON 2650 Lot 27 DP 1014703 CDC16/0273 Swimming pool 38 Deakin Ave LLOYD 2650 Lot 414 DP 1123443 CDC16/0281 Dwelling 16 Cunjegong Loop GOBBAGOMBALIN 2650 Lot 103 DP 1200506 CDC16/0284 Inground swimming pool 10 Eureka St ESTELLA 2650 Lot 108 DP 1198415 CDC16/0288 Shed 1 Ki Pl GOBBAGOMBALIN 2650 Lot 166 DP 1213052 DA03/1089.01 Proposed 4 x 3 bedroom, 3 storey unit Development & Amendment to DCP Delete Condition 12 18 Railway St TURVEY PARK 2650 Lot 2 DP 19243 DA09/0910.07 Proposed 101 Lot Subdivision - Delete Condition 49 Residue Lot Strickland Dr BOOROOMA NSW 2650 Lot 76 DP 1204554 DA11/0066.01 Health consulting rooms & dwelling amendment surrender the use as health consulting rooms, replacement of double carport & replacement of fence & removal of disabled access amend plans to include pool alterations & remove 1 tree 109 Fox St WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 10 DP 759031 DA11/0293.01 Residential Subdivision - Amend Subdivision Plan to reduce number of lots and amend Conditions 14 & 50 29 Gregadoo Rd LAKE ALBERT NSW 2650 Lot 1 DP 242453, Lot 2 DP 242453, Lot 3 DP 242453, Lot 4 DP 242453, Lot 3 DP 546284, Lot 6 DP 785468, Lot 2 DP 1082090 DA12/0300.08 375 Lot Residential Subdivision Modification to Amend the Open Space Staging Plan referenced in Condition 24A and 65A 59 Harris Rd GOBBAGOMBALIN 2650 Lot 52 DP 751422 & Lot 217 DP 1213052 DA12/0332.02 108 lot staged subdivision continuation of Lingiari Drive to the North & South Modification Inclusion of lot 51 (public reserve) and WIK option for S94 Contributions Red Hill Rd LLOYD 2650 Lot 2 DP 1116883 DA14/0204.01 Two (2) doublestorey units at rear of existing dwelling Modification to section 94
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Contribution & Essential energy condition. 60 Crampton St WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 171 DP 996986 DA15/0405.01 Dual occupancy: second dwelling on rural property addition of windows, sliding door & deck 1426 Keajura Rd LADYSMITH 2652 Lot 225 DP 704917 DA15/0541.01 Dwelling with sub floor level & attached double garage modification to subfloor area 55 Clifton St BOURKELANDS 2650 Lot 46 DP 1193626 DA15/0669.01 Separate brick garage including WC amend location of shed by 1m to rear 30 Plunkett Dr LAKE ALBERT 2650 Lot 32 DP 1142732 DA15/0716.01 Dwelling, garage, retaining wall modification of materials & retaining wall height 8 Goldstein Cres LLOYD 2650 Lot 548 DP 1196872 DA16/0185 2 x 4 bedroom houses with torrens title subdivision 83 Brooklyn Dr BOURKELANDS 2650 Lot 1 DP 1165096 DA16/0193 Alterations and additions to existing motel – construction of new 4-storey building containing 40 motel units, manager and duty manager’s residence and additional off site parking. 2 Lake Albert Rd EAST WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 7 DP 1190149 DA16/0234 10 lot residential subdivision 62A Plumpton Rd SPRINGVALE 2650 Lot 12 DP 1223817 DA16/0398.01 Dwelling with double garage amend floor plan and front elevation, & addition of skylights, solar tubes & gas fireplace 3 Colombo Ave GOBBAGOMBALIN 2650 Lot 48 DP 1181446 DA16/0420.01 Extension to industry/warehouse Modification New Firewall 55 Dobney Ave ASHMONT 2650 Lot 1 DP 270681 DA16/0426 Use of Botanic Gardens and Music Bowl for community uses, entertainment facilities, function centres, kiosks, markets, outdoor recreation facilities, and temporary events (ongoing approval), including music festivals and concerts (including Christmas Spectacular). Lord Baden Powell Dr TURVEY PARK 2650 Lot 4 DP 1119783 DA16/0523.01 Dwelling with attached garage Modification 1.8m boundary fence 2 Hollows Cres LLOYD 2650 Lot 33 DP 1206883 DA16/0542 Alterations & additions to dwelling 15 Wagga Wagga St OURA 2650 Lot 8 DP 758819 DA16/0543 Community facility 3 Johnston St WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 13 DP 759031 DA16/0554 Rear addition 112 Tompson St WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot DP 17008 DA16/0558 Crematorium (Animals) 18 Wentworth St EAST WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 8 DP 607904 DA16/0559 Alterations & additions including extension to restaurant & massage rooms at 1st Floor 83 Baylis St WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 4 DP 20273 DA16/0584 Rural dwelling 1666 Sturt Hwy BORAMBOLA 2650 Lot 118 DP 45408 DA16/0594 Alterations &
additions to the existing dwelling 32 Mair St TURVEY PARK 2650 Lot 1 DP 24492 DA16/0598 Change of use of former church to dwelling & associated alterations & additions 48 O’Connor St URANQUINTY 2652 Lot 2 DP 529500 DA16/0609 Education building 15 Plunkett Dr LAKE ALBERT 2650 Lot 48 DP 1142732 DA16/0618 Dual occupancy with attached garages & community title subdivision 4 Exford Loop BOURKELANDS 2650 Lot 11 DP 1216724 DA16/0623 Tourist & visitor accommodation 199 Baylis St WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 2 DP 739599 DA16/0628 Dual occupancy to be subdivided 20 Watson Blvd LLOYD 2650 Lot 34 DP 1177765 DA16/0629 Shed to rear of lot 16m x 10m 22 Indigo Dr SPRINGVALE 2650 Lot 28 DP 1061795 DA16/0639 Installation of ancillary office, lunch rooms buildings & construction of patio 19 Bomen Rd BOMEN 2650 Lot 15 DP 1130343 DA16/0641 Pergola 83 Mitchelmore St TURVEY PARK 2650 Lot 1 DP 362232 DA16/0642 Alterations & additions 56 Macleay St TURVEY PARK 2650 Lot A DP 324627 DA16/0643 Shed & deck 75 Leavenworth Dr MOUNT AUSTIN 2650 Lot 2 DP 243021 DA16/0649 Dwelling with attached garage and fencing 25 Muttama Pde GOBBAGOMBALIN 2650 Lot 187 DP 1213052 DA16/0651 2 Lot rural boundary adjustment 75 Mona Vale Rd LADYSMITH 2652 Lot 1 DP 557043 DA16/0653 Dwelling with attached garage and retaining walls 58 Brindabella Dr TATTON 2650 Lot 201 DP 1155271 DA16/0654 Dwelling 15 Beetson St BOOROOMA 2650 Lot 447 DP 1216112 DA16/0656 Front fence & driveway 21 Inverary St TURVEY PARK 2650 Lot 1 DP 11975 DA16/0657 Detached studio 53 Brookong Ave WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 15 DP 13345 DA16/0658 9m x 7m Shed 33 Kirrang Ave GLENFIELD PARK 2650 Lot 17 DP 829997 DA16/0659 Shed 75 Brunskill Rd LAKE ALBERT 2650 Lot 1 DP 614105 DA16/0661 Boundary fence return 76 Mitchelmore St TURVEY PARK 2650 Lot 5 DP 22311 DA16/0662 Shed & awning 24 Indigo Dr SPRINGVALE 2650 Lot 6 DP 1100372 DA16/0665 Pool in conservation area 52 Brookong Ave WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 21 DP 13345 DA16/0667 Dwelling & associated retaining walls 10 Park Pl LLOYD 2650 Lot 41 DP 1177765 DA16/0668 Existing use of carport & extended front verandah 566 Kooringal Rd KOORINGAL 2650 Lot 169 DP 38519 DA16/0669.01 Use of existing front retaining
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wall removal of building certificate condition 93 Barmedman Ave GOBBAGOMBALIN 2650 Lot 182 DP 1213052 DA16/0670 Shed 2 Angela Rd LAKE ALBERT 2650 Lot 26 DP 775377 DA16/0672 Shed & use of existing retaining wall 60 Clifton St BOURKELANDS 2650 Lot 41 DP 1193626 DA16/0673 Shed 7 Cunjegong Loop GOBBAGOMBALIN 2650 Lot 91 DP 1200506 DA16/0675 Carport 55 Barmedman Ave GOBBAGOMBALIN 2650 Lot 164 DP 1213052 DA16/0676 Dwelling, garage & fence 72 Barmedman Ave GOBBAGOMBALIN 2650 Lot 209 DP 1213052 DA16/0679 Attached garage, storage area & front fence 45 Crampton St WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 2 DP 5260 DA16/0681 Farm shed Oura Rd OURA 2650 Lot 9 DP 751423 DA16/0682 Shed with attached awning 58 Mimosa Dr MOUNT AUSTIN 2650 Lot 29 DP 237659 DA16/0684 Shed 23 Featherwood Rd SPRINGVALE 2650 Lot 11 DP 1051018 DA16/0689 Use of existing reconfiguration of internal layout of dwelling 10 Gardenia Ave LAKE ALBERT 2650 Lot 44 DP 714105 DA16/0690 Alterations & additions in heritage conservation area 52 Gurwood St WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 3 DP 547006 DA16/0691 Dwelling & Pool 59 Barmedman Ave GOBBAGOMBALIN 2650 Lot 188 DP 1213052 DA16/0694 Alterations & additions including demolition 43 Wollundry Ave WAGGA WAGGA 2650 Lot 15 DP 12605 DA16/0695 Dwelling 2 Darcy Dr BOOROOMA 2650 Lot 75 DP 1203859 DA16/0696 Replacement of covered patio 54 Dalkeith Ave LAKE ALBERT 2650 Lot 256 DP 775924 DA16/0703 Dwelling with attached double garage 2 Sunvale Cres ESTELLA 2650 Lot 110 DP 1198415 DA16/0708 Dwelling and associated retaining walls 13 Park Pl LLOYD 2650 Lot 45 DP 1177765 DA16/0710 Internal alterations to dwelling 15 Gregadoo Rd LAKE ALBERT 2650 Lot 3 DP 561049 DA16/0715 Dwelling & shed to rear 41 Pimelea Pl SPRINGVALE 2650 Lot 16 DP 1218487 DA94/0211.01 Child care centre amend hours of operation to 6:30am 6:30pm 20 Avocet Dr ESTELLA 2650 Lot 51 DP 818881
Viewing of the development consents for the abovementioned development applications are available without charge, at Council customer service, cnr Baylis and Morrow Streets, Wagga Wagga, at any time between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday (public Holidays excepted). If copies are required, they are available at a cost.
Alan Eldridge, General Manager