Public Notices


 

SHIRE OF GINGIN
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROPERTY LOCAL LAW 2004

INTENTION TO MAKE A DETERMINATION

In accordance with cl. 2.2 of the Shire of Gingin Local Government Property Local Law 2004, notice is hereby given that Council intends to make a determination, the purpose and effect of which are as follows: 

Purpose:         To close that portion of Reserve 32037 which forms the Hopkins Street beach access track in Lancelin to vehicular traffic.

Effect:             To prevent vehicles accessing the beach and driving south through the Vehicle Prohibited Area to reach the Lancelin South Beach (Back Beach).

A copy of the proposed determination may be inspected and obtained from the Shire’s website (see below) or from the Shire’s Administration Centre (7 Brockman Street, Gingin) or the Shire’s Lancelin Office (Vins Way, Lancelin).

Written submissions with respect to the proposed determination will be received up until 4pm on 13 March 2020. Submissions should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer and clearly marked “Submission – Proposed Closure of Hopkins Street Beach Access to Vehicles”. Submissions may be emailed to mail@gingin.wa.gov.au or posted to the Shire of Gingin, PO Box 510, Gingin  WA  6503.

Attachment 1

Attachment 2

 


Proposed Road Closure - Unnamed and Unconstructed Road Reserves - Lot M2005 Bootine Road, Beermullah

Notice is hereby given pursuant to section 58 of the Land Administration Act 1997 that the Shire of Gingin has received a request to undertake the process to permanently close portions of unnamed and unconstructed road reserve(s) dissecting and bordering Lot M2005 Bootine Road, Beermullah.

The proponent is seeking the closure of the road reserves to establish a common boundary with their adjoining landowner(s) and legal management of the land that is currently unfenced and unmaintained.

Prior to Council determining whether to support the proposal and accordingly make a request to the Minister for Lands, submissions from the public are invited. Submissions in relation to the proposed road closure are to be provided within 35 days from the date of this notice (4 March 2020) and directed to the Chief Executive Officer via mail (7 Brockman Street, Gingin WA 6503) or email: mail@gingin.wa.gov.au.

Plans and documents setting out and explaining the proposal can be viewed below. Alternatively, the plans and documents can be viewed at the Shire’s Administration Centre (7 Brockman Street, Gingin) during normal office hours.

Copy of Plans

For any further information regarding this notice please contact the Shire’s Planning Department on (08) 9575 5100.

Aaron Cook
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


Amended Development Application: Proposed Animal Establishment (Poultry Hatchery and Associated Structures) at Lot 6 (No.1051) Coonabidgee Road, Muckenburra

An application has been received to amend the abovementioned development (DAP/19/01570) which was approved by the Midwest/Wheatbelt Joint Development Assessment Panel on 10 June 2019.

The relevant amendments include the following:

  • Increase building pad height of 400mm to ensure appropriate ground water clearances.
  • Container and tank structures added adjacent to incoming driveway.
  • Rearrangement of various minor structures on-site due to design development.
  • Overall building footprint has been reduced.
  • Maximum height of the building has remained unchanged, although the plant roof pitch has been amended.
  • Vehicle hardstand configuration has been modified to suit improved operational flows and reduce travel distances on site.
  • The Nutrient and Irrigation Management Plan (NIMP) has been revised to include:
  • Additional information on site specific groundwater monitoring;
  • Wastewater disposal irrigation area reduced due to lesser nutrient concentrations in the waste water;
  • Groundwater quality and level monitoring to be included in the annual monitoring programme.

Plans and documents setting out and explaining the proposal can be viewed at the links below or alternatively at the Shire of Gingin’s Administration Office, 7 Brockman Street, Gingin or Lancelin Office, Vins Way, Lancelin.

Proposal

Updated Development Plans

Landscape Plan

Updated Nutrient and Irrigation Management Plan (NIMP)

Updated Visualisation Impact Views

Truck Swept Paths

Property Owner/Stakeholder Comment Form

Comments on the proposal may be submitted to the Chief Executive Officer in writing on or before 4.00pm on Wednesday, 12 February 2020. All enquiries regarding this proposal should be made to the Shire’s Manager Statutory Planning.

AARON COOK
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
T: 9575 5100
E: 
mail@gingin.wa.gov.au


Proposed Development Application: Agriculture Intensive (Annual and Perennial Horticulture) Retrospective Development Application: Agriculture Intensive (Annual Horticulture) and Associated Structures at Lot 1 (115) Rig Road, Red Gully

 The Shire of Gingin has received an application to use and/or develop land for the above purpose and public comments are invited:

The overall development consists of two components with relevant details outlined below.

Retrospective Development:

  • The property contains two (2) existing pivot irrigation systems which are rotated over three sites for the purposes of potato farming which falls under the land use Agriculture Intensive (annual). 
  • Each pivot uses 16.2 hectares of land and as such a total of 48.6 hectares is dedicated to the existing potato operation, albeit with only 32.4 hectares being used at any one time.
  • Existing structures associated with the development include eight sea containers, a transportable lunch (crib) room and a transportable dwelling.

Proposed Development:

  • The proposed development seeks to expand the area dedicated for potato farming from the existing 48.6 hectares to 145.8 hectares. The landowner advises that only two pivots will be operational at any one time (32.4 hectares).
  • In addition to the above, the development also seeks to use 23 hectares of land for an orchard which falls under the land use Agriculture Intensive (perennial).
  • The proposed orchard is intended to be setback ~50 metres from the side (western) boundary.

 Plans and documents setting out and explaining the proposal can be viewed at the links below, or alternatively at the Shire of Gingin’s Administration Office, 7 Brockman Street, Gingin or Lancelin Office, Vins Way, Lancelin.

Location plans

Stakeholder Comment Form

Proposal

Hydrological Report

Farm Management Plan

Comments on the proposal may be submitted to the Chief Executive Officer in writing on or before 4.00pm on Thursday, 30 January 2020. All enquiries regarding this proposal should be made to the Shire’s Manager Statutory Planning.

AARON COOK
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
T: 9575 5100
E: 
mail@gingin.wa.gov.au


Mid-West/Wheatbelt Joint Development Assessment Panel (MWWJDAP/46) - Minutes

PROPOSAL: PROPOSED CLASS II LANDFILL SITE COMPRISING OF 10 CELLS AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE
ADDRESS: LOT 98 WANNAMAL ROAD SOUTH, CULLALLA

The Mid-West/Wheatbelt Joint Development Assessment Panel Minutes for the above meeting are now available in the link below.

Mid-West/Wheatbelt Joint Development Assessment Panel Minutes 

Should you have any queries or wish to discuss the application, please contact the Shire's Planning Department on (08) 9575 5100 or email mail@gingin.wa.gov.au

AARON COOK
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
T: 9575 5100
E: 
mail@gingin.wa.gov.au


Ministerial Approval - Shire of Gingin Local Planning Scheme No.9: Amendment No.19

It is hereby notified for public information, in accordance with section 87 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 that the Minister for Planning approved the Shire of Gingin Local Planning Scheme amendment on 30 July 2019 for the purpose of—

  1. Modify Table 1—Zoning Table by—
  2. Deleting the land use and associated permissibility for ‘storage’ and ‘warehouse’; and  b. Inserting the land use ‘warehouse/storage’ with the following permissibility—
  • P in the Mixed Business and General Industry zones.
  • D in the Town Centre zone. 
  • A in the Rural Industry zone. 
  • X in the Residential, Rural Living, General Rural, Tourism, Conservation and Landscape Protection zones.
  1. In Schedule 1—Dictionary, delete the land use definitions for ‘Warehouse’ and ‘Storage. 
  2. In Schedule 1—Dictionary, insert the following land use definitions—

Warehouse/storage: means premises including indoor or outdoor facilities used for— 

(a) The storage of goods, equipment, plant or materials; or 

(b) The display or sale by wholesale of goods. 

Freeway Service Centre: means premises that has direct access to a freeway and which provides all the following services or facilities and may provide other associated facilities or services, but does not provide bulk fuel services— 

(a) Service station facilities; 

(b) Emergency breakdown for repair of vehicles 

(c) Charging points for electric vehicles; 

(d) Facilities for cyclists; 

(e) Restaurant, café or fast food services, excluding the sale or consumption of alcohol under the Liquor Licensing Act 1988

(f) Take-away food retailing, without a drive-through facility; 

(g) Public ablution facilities, including provision for truckers, disabled access and infant changing rooms; 

(h) Parking for passenger and freight vehicles; 

(i) Outdoor rest stop facilities such as picnic tables and shade areas; and 

(j) Dump points for the disposal of black and/or grey water from recreational vehicles. 

Roadhouse: means premises that has direct access to a State road other than a freeway and which provides the services or facilities provided by a freeway service centre and may provide any of the following facilities or services— 

(a) Full range of automotive repair services; 

(b) Wrecking, panel beating and spray painting services; 

(c) Transport depot facilities; 

(d) Short term accommodation for guests; 

(e) Facilities for being a muster point in response to accidents, natural disasters and other emergencies; and 

(f) Dump points for the disposal of black and/or grey water from recreational vehicles.

  1. Delete Additional Use site A17 from Schedule 2 and the Scheme Maps.  5. In Schedule 2—Additional Uses, insert Lot 1021 Gingin Brook Road, Woodridge as AU25 and Lot 1022 Indian Ocean Drive as AU26 with the following additional land use(s) and site-specific conditions—

No.

Description of Land

Additional Use

Conditions

25

Portion of Lot 1021 Gingin Brook Road, Woodridge, as identified on the Scheme Map

Roadhouse

1. Development is not permitted unless the local government has exercised its discretion by granting development approval after giving notice in accordance with clause 64 of the deemed provisions.  2. The site area for the Additional Use is to be limited to 3ha, in the location identified on the Scheme Map.  3. Buildings associated within the Additional Use are to be under one roof and the floor area is to be limited to 300sqm.  4. The restaurant facilities eating area is to be no greater than 80sqm (equivalent to approximately 50 sit-down customers) with limited take-away food retailing.  5. Convenience shop aggregate retail floor space is to be no greater than 65sqm.  6. Vehicle servicing shall be limited to emergency breakdown repair and one bay for carrying out greasing, tyre repairs and minor mechanical repairs.  7. The following uses are prohibited—

i. A drive through fast-food facility;  ii. The sale or consumption of alcohol under the Liquor Licensing Act 1988.  iii. Short term accommodation;  iv. Transport depot facilities; and  v. Panel beating, spray painting and major repairs or wrecking.

8. Access and egress for the Additional Use shall be limited to Gingin Brook Road.  9. Future development for the Additional Use is to take into consideration the outcomes of road network planning, including future road upgrades, such as any requirement(s) for widening of Gingin Brook Road and/or Indian Ocean Drive and/or modification to the intersection of Gingin Brook Road and Indian Ocean Drive, to the satisfaction of Main Roads WA and the Shire of Gingin.  10. Any development application is to be accompanied by a Landscaping Plan, demonstrating how the development will have minimal impact on views from Indian Ocean Drive, and the plan is to be implemented through a condition of development approval.  11. All development and use shall be in accordance with any plans, conditions and management requirements approved by the local government.

26

Portion of Lot 1022 Indian Ocean Drive, Woodridge as identified on the Scheme Map

Warehouse/Storage Office

1. Development is not permitted unless the local government has exercised its discretion by granting development approval.  2. The site area for the Additional Use is to be limited to 11ha, in the location identified on the Scheme Map.  3. The Office use is permitted if incidental to the warehouse/storage use on the site.  4. Access and egress for the Additional Use shall be limited to Gingin Brook Road. Access and egress from Indian Ocean Drive is to be approved by Main Roads WA.  5. Future development for the Additional Use is to take into consideration the outcomes of road network planning, including future road upgrades, such as any requirement(s) for widening of Indian Ocean Drive and/or modification to the intersection of Gingin Brook Road and Indian Ocean Drive, to the satisfaction of Main Roads WA and the Shire of Gingin.  6. Any development application is to be accompanied by a Landscaping Plan, demonstrating how the development will have minimal visual impact on views from Indian Ocean Drive, and the plan is to be implemented through a condition of development approval.  7. All development and use shall be in accordance with any plans, conditions and management requirements approved by the local government.

  1. Amending the Scheme Map accordingly.

Should you have any queries or wish to discuss this notice, please contact the Shire's Planning Department on (08) 9575 5100 or email mail@gingin.wa.gov.au

AARON COOK
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
T: 9575 5100
E: mail@gingin.wa.gov.au


Gingin Brook Water Catchment Community Engagement Project

Please see link below for full details: 

Landholder Water Information Package


Adoption of Local Laws

The Shire of Gingin hereby confirms that it has resolved to make the following local laws:

  1. Activities in Thoroughfares and Public Places and Trading Amendment Local Law 2018

The purpose of this local law is to amend the Shire of Gingin Activities in Thoroughfares and Public Places and Trading Local Law 2004.

The effect of this local law is to ensure that the Shire of Gingin Activities in Thoroughfares and Public Places and Trading Local Law 2004 continues to fulfil its purpose of regulating activities in thoroughfares and in public places (including trading).

  1. Local Government Property Amendment Local Law 2018

The purpose of this local law is to amend the Shire of Gingin Local Government Property Local Law 2004.

The effect of this local law is to ensure that the Shire of Gingin Local Government Property Local Law 2004 continues to fulfil its purpose of regulating the care, control and management of all Shire of Gingin properties.

  1. Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2018

The purpose of this local law is to amend the Shire of Gingin Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law 2004

The effect of this local law is to ensure that the Shire of Gingin Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law 2004 continues to fulfil its purpose of constituting a parking region, enabling the Shire of Gingin to regulate the parking of vehicles within that region and providing for the management and operation of any parking facilities occupied by the Shire of Gingin.

  1. Repeal Local Law 2018

The purpose of this local law is to repeal superfluous, defunct and obsolete by-laws.

The effect of this local law is to remove outdated by-laws from the public record.

The local laws will come into effect as from 26 December 2018.

Copies

Copies of the local laws may be viewed at the links below:

Activities in Thoroughfares and Public Places and Trading Amendment Local Law 2018

Local Government Property Amendment Local Law 2018

Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2018

Repeal Local Law 2018

AARON COOK
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


Public Notice of Planning Proposals

Click below to view the Public Notice of Planning Proposals:

Item/s

Proposed Agriculture Intensive (Annual and Perennial Horticulture) & Retrospective Development Application - Agriculture Intensive (Annual Horticulture) and Associated Structures at Lot 1 (115) Rig Road, Red Gully

 


Local Planning Scheme Amendments

Local Planning Scheme No. 9 Scheme Amendment No. 8

Please see link below to full report:

Harley Dykstra - Rezoning of Pt Lot 5450 Wannamal Road West, Boonanarring from "General Rural" to "Special Use (Landfill and Composting Facility)"


Boat Launching Facility Planning Study

Click here to view the Boat Launching Facility Planning Study


 

Shire of Gingin Offices

Gingin

7 Brockman Street
Gingin WA 6503

T: (08) 9575 5100

F: (08) 9575 2121

E: mail@gingin.wa.gov.au

Lancelin

255 Vins Way
Lancelin WA 6044

T: (08) 9575 5155

F: (08) 9575 2121

E: mail@gingin.wa.gov.au

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