Tuesday, 28 January 2020
Council will consider an
officer’s report at the 28 January 2020 meeting and will decide whether the
amendment should be adopted.
The Council meeting
agenda will be published here on the Friday before the meeting.
The Panel has provided
its report to Council and a copy is provided below under “Panel Hearing
Council officers are
reviewing the Panel’s recommendations and will prepare a report to be
considered at a future Council meeting.
An Independent Panel has
been appointed to review submissions. It will conduct a Panel Hearing on 22 - 27 August 2019.
After the hearing, the
Panel usually takes 4-8 weeks to provide its report back to Council.
A copy of the timetable
for the Panel Hearing and copies of Expert Witness Statements will be posted
below under “Panel Hearing Documents”.
Council considered a report on the submissions to this Amendment on 25 June 2019 meeting and resolved to refer them to an Independent Panel.
A copy of the Council
Meeting Minutes are provided below under "Supporting Documents".
Anyone who made a
submission will be notified about the Panel Hearing (the first step is a
Directions Hearing) and given an opportunity to present to the Panel.
The proponent's have provided a statement in response to submissions and a revised masterplan, these are below under "Supporting Documents".
Council has prepared Amendment C372 to the planning scheme and two associated planning permits.
The land affected by the amendment and permit is 35 & 69-93 Hams Road, Waurn Ponds and Barwon Water reserve located north of the railway line between Ghazeepore Road and Anglesea Road, Waurn Ponds.
The amendment proposes to rezone land at 35 and 69-73 Hams Road, Waurn Ponds from the Farming Zone to the General Residential Zone with a Design and Development Overlay and rezones an adjoining Barwon Water reserve to the Public Use Zone.
The permit applications are for multi-lot subdivision, removal of native vegetation and variation to restrictions and easements.
A draft voluntary Section 173 Agreement is also being exhibited with the amendment and permit. This requires the landowner/developer to deliver infrastructure and make payments towards community facilities in the area.
The decision to prepare and exhibit the Amendment was made by Council at it’s meeting on 11 December 2018. The minutes from the meeting can be viewed under supporting documents.