Public Notices


Ministerial Approval – Shire of Gingin Local Planning Scheme No.9 – Amendment No.21

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 7 September 2020 for the purpose of:

1. Insert the proposed text in schedule 2 — Additional Uses as follows:

No.

Description of land

Additional use

Conditions

A27

Portion of Lot 201 Brand        Highway, Ginginup, as identified     on    the Scheme Map.

Workforce      Accommodation

(D)

The purpose of this additional use is to provide workforce accommodation directly related to the Boonanarring mineral sands mine

 

Workforce accommodation means  premises, which may include modular or relocatable buildings, used —

1. Development is not permitted unless the local government has exercised its discretion by granting development approval.

 

 

(a) primarily for      the accommodation of workers engaged in construction, resource, agricultural or other industries on a temporary basis; and

(b) for any associated catering, sporting and recreation facilities for the occupants and authorised visitors.

2. Development is to be generally in accordance with the development approval issued by the local government on 30 November 2018.

3. Access and egress to Brand Highway is to be consistent with the design standards of Main Roads WA.

4.The workforce accommodation shall only accommodate workers     and/or contractors  directly   associated with the mining and processing of mineral sands at the Boonanarring mine site, for the extraction of mineral sands in the time frame and spatial extent set out in amended licence extent set out in amended     licence  L9177/2018/1 issued by the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation on 26 September 2019. 

 

 

 

5. The development is limited to accommodating a maximum of 40 persons at any one time.

 

 

 

6. Within 6 months of the cessation of the mining and processing of mineral sands at the Boonanarring mine site, the workforce accommodation shall be decommissioned and the site rehabilitated to pre-development  condition, to the satisfaction of the Shire of Gingin, with approval of the workforce accommodation to be revoked.

 2. Amend the Scheme Map by applying Additional Use Site No. 27 to a portion of Lot 201 Brand Highway, Ginginup.

W FEWSTER

SHIRE PRESIDENT

A COOK

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

 

AARON COOK

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER        
T:  (08) 9575 5100

E:  mail@gingin.wa.gov.au


PUBLIC NOTICE OF PLANNING PROPOSAL

Proposed Extractive Industry (Limesand) at Lot 1 & 2 Indian Ocean Drive, Breton Bay 

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

LOT NO: LOT 1 & 2 INDIAN OCEAN DRIVE, BRETON BAY 

PROPOSAL: PROPOSED EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY (LIMESAND) 

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

Proposal 

Location Map

Stakeholder Comment Form

Comments on the proposal may be submitted to the Chief Executive Officer in writing on or before 4.00pm on ­­Wednesday, 23 September 2020. Comments may be submitted either by post (Attn: Chief Executive Officer, Shire of Gingin, PO Box 510, Gingin WA 6503) or email (mail@gingin.wa.gov.au).

All enquiries regarding this proposal should be made to the Shire’s Manager Statutory Planning on (08) 9575 5100 or mail@gingin.wa.gov.au.

AARON COOK
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER  


CALL FOR PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS

Creation of Additional Vehicle Prohibited Area between Hopkins St & Back Beach, Lancelin

The Shire of Gingin is inviting submissions from the public in relation to the proposed creation of a new vehicle prohibited area between Hopkins St and the Back Beach, Lancelin.

The area in question is affected by coastal erosion and this action is seen as being appropriate to increase protection to Lancelin. As has been stated in the Shire’s Coastal Inundation Study (the Study) the density of the sand dunes is a critical measurement of protection for Lancelin. It has been proven that 4x4 vehicle access to beaches dramatically affects the protection of the dunes and, as such, positive dune regrowth (also aided by Council) will increase the level of protection for Lancelin.

A copy of the item presented to Council at its August Council Meeting (which details the comprehensive background of this issue) can be found below in addition to a map showing the proposed area to be prohibited. This issue was also presented to and discussed by the Coastal Erosion Advisory Committee in Lancelin on 10 August 2020.

Written submissions can be submitted up until 4pm on Monday, 14 September 2020.

Submissions should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer and clearly marked “Submission – Proposed creation of new Vehicle Prohibited Area, Lancelin”. Submissions may be emailed to mail@gingin.wa.gov.au or posted to the Shire of Gingin, PO Box 510, Gingin WA 6503.

ITEM 11.1.2 - Creation of Additional Vehicle Prohibited Area between Hopkins St and Back Beach, Lancelin 

Map of proposed new Prohibited Vehicle Area

For further enquiries on this matter please contact the Shire on (08) 9575 5100.

Aaron Cook
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


PUBLIC NOTICE OF PLANNING PROPOSAL 

Proposed Incidental Use - Tripe & Beef Hock Processing at Lot 195 (326) Cockram Road, Lennard Brook

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

LOT NO: LOT 195 (326) COCKRAM ROAD, LENNARD BROOK

PROPOSAL: PROPOSED INCIDENTAL USE –TRIPE & BEEF HOCK PROCESSING


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

Description of Proposal

Location plan

Proposal Document

Stakeholder Comment Form

Comments on the proposal may be submitted to the Chief Executive Officer in writing on or before 4.00pm on ­­Tuesday, 29 September 2020.

Comments may be submitted either by post (Attn: Chief Executive Officer, Shire of Gingin, PO Box 510, Gingin WA 6503) or email (mail@gingin.wa.gov.au).

All enquiries regarding this proposal should be made to the Shire’s Manager Statutory Planning on (08) 9575 5100 or mail@gingin.wa.gov.au.

AARON COOK
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER 

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 Extractive Industry (Limesand) at Lot 1 &2 Indian Ocean Drive, Breton Bay.
Proposed Extractive Industry (Sand and Limestone) at Lot 1332 (551) Caraban Road, Caraban.
Proposed Incidental Use - Tripe and Beef Hock Processing at Lot 195 (326) Cockram Road, Lennard Brook. 


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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