Sold House 26 Hazel Avenue, Quinns Rocks WA – Aug 25, – Homely
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The Water and Rivers Commission WRC has advised that it will not support any residential development within a 50m buffer of wetland dependent vegetation, and has recommended that on-site effluent disposal should have a horizontal separation of m from Lake Joondalup.
The applicants engaged ATA Environmental to further consider the extent of Karstic formations within the application area. ATA in consultation with Coffey Geosciences observed only small scale karstic features within the application area. In an archaeological survey was commissioned by Alan Tingay and Associates, the survey was carried out by Mr Gary Quartermain. As the application area involves freehold land, it is our understanding that Native Title has been extinguished.
This organisation has also suggested that further consultation be carried out with the Aboriginal people including representatives of any Native Title claims that currently exist presumably meaning claims which may affect Crown lands in the general area where Native Title has not been extinguished , in accordance with the requirements of the proposed management plan, prior to subdivision.
Mrs Thomas stated that most of her questions had already been addressed in a prior deputation. She stated however that she was not convinced that CALM was involved except in the case of the Stygofauna.
Ms Thomas confirmed that she had received the letter but that it had not addressed the issue of vegetation, which she was not happy about. Ms Thomas also made reference to a bird nesting in the area and asked that this be given consideration. Mr Carstairs circulated material referring to the activities of the Catchment Group and stated that the actions mentioned in the material was started in January of and depicted the work of the new committee since its formation.
Mr Carstairs stated that the group were worried about funding for Yellagonga over the next 12 months and referred to an environmental study considered by Council on 30 April , which indicated that the City actively supported the Yellagonga Catchment Group through joint funding with the City of Joondalup.
In the long term, to achieve the outcome of making Yellagonga the Kings Park of the North, the group needed joint funding from both Cities to employ a Coordinator.
At this stage the City of Joondalup have said that they would support this funding in their budget and the group were now waiting to receive a commitment from the City of Wanneroo. Funding was needed for one more year under the current structure so as to continue with the review and to review their position after the 12 months.
Mayor Kelly stated that it was difficult to commit to an answer, as the City had not as yet handed down its budget, which remained confidential at this stage. All Elected Members were committed to the Yellagonga Catchment issues and if anything, wanted to take more of a role than it had in the last few years.
Council were looking at ways of improving its service to the group and to that area of the City. When the City handed down its budget, it would be looking to take a positive step forward on this issue. Mr Pearson forwarded his thanks to Council for finally progressing Hepburn Avenue.
Mr Burnham asked Council who would be managing the caravan park? He stated that if residents were required to maintain their sites, could it be expected that the management of the park would also be required to keep the park in good repair? The Director stated that the current management of the park would rest with the City, however the City would employ a contract manager who would take instructions from the City on the management of the park.
Mr Burnham drew the meetings attention to the report in the agenda papers and referred to charges for electricity. It stated that permanent resident sites were sub metered and charged for electricity consumption. He wanted to know what rate of electricity would the residents have to pay?
There appeared to be no reason for any change in the way Western Power would charge and therefore, to his knowledge, residents would continue to incur charges similar to those they now incur. Mr Bruning expressed his thanks to Council for their support in this issue and stated that he was speaking on behalf of his next-door neighbour, Henry Scallen who was concerned about the cut off date proposed.
Mr Brewer stated that the Structure Plan did not conform to the liveable neighbourhood concepts. No commercial premises had been made available which would result in problems for small businesses and job creation.
No recreational facilities were being provided, e. Mr Brewer stated that by the time the development was complete it would be similar to another Mindarie. It would be a sea of rooves and up to 6m high lime stone retaining walls, the bush, the beauty and the serenity would be gone forever.
He further stated that there was no provision for aged care units or group housing and felt that Tokyu were only concerned in making money and had total disregard for the residents of Two Rocks. Mayor Kelly thanked Mr Brewer and stated that his points were well made and would be taken into consideration when debating the item later in the meeting.
He informed Mr Brewer that there was an amendment relating to Damepattie Drive that would be put forward at that time. He further stated that Council had done its best in this issue under the current legislation. Mrs Hine then asked Mrs Hine wanted to know from Council whether this was the autocratic way the City of Wanneroo was to operate in the future. The extra work and money involved was very unfair to ratepayers who had sent in their submissions to Council and further stated that the amendment was no better than the first as it still restricted the openness between Councillors, the press and the public.
How could Council then accept his advice? Mayor Kelly reiterated that the proposed amendment to the Local Law came about through an independent review, which was chaired by the Department of Local Government.
The suggestion that Councillor Question Time be removed from the Standing Orders was through a specific recommendation of this review. The City was obligated to put the matter out for comment and resolution. Should the proposed alternative motion succeed, it would still need to go out for public advertising.
Mayor Kelly stated that it was not a conspiracy on behalf of Council, the City was acting in accordance with the Local Government Act advertising requirements. Mr Bell stated that he and his neighbours had some concerns regarding the Structure Plan although some of these had been addressed in the proposed amendment, should this be passed. The Director stated that the recommendation 1. Mr Bell referred to the deletion of the eastern primary school where it abuts the previously proposed cul de sac treatment of Damepattie Drive and asked that in lieu of point 1 a i and the deleting of the primary school, what was likely to happen to the adjacent public open space which was proposed to abut Damepattie Drive in the vicinity of that eastern primary school site?
The primary school referred to in the recommendation was the school site that was identified on the eastern part of that development area and not the school site that is adjacent to Damepattie Dirve. Mr Bell asked for clarification that there was a north eastern school site?
The Director referred to an attachment on Page 48 of the agenda papers which identified two government school primary sites in the southern and northern reaches of that area, these were proposed to remain. The plan no longer showed the site that was proposed to be deleted. Mr Pawluk stated that he had only had a very short time to peruse the proposed amendment. He wanted to clarify that Tokyu and already done most of what was stipulated in the amendment and those parts that were not done, would be done shortly.
Tokyu were promoting R20 through to R40 inside the sub division and on this section it would be appreciated if Council could negotiate to perhaps an R Tokyu are unaware of what this means but would be happy to enter into discussions and to gain more advice on what it actually means.
Mayor Kelly asked that if the Councillor were to revise point 5 of the amendment to say something along the lines of advising Tokyu Corporation that Council sought to enter into an appropriate arrangement, would this satisfy Tokyu? Mr Pawluk stated that he would still rather have it state that the respective parties enter into discussions with a view to agreeing on an arrangement.
That the minutes of the Ordinary Council Meeting held on 11 June be confirmed. Please note that an error in the Council Agenda of the 2 nd July stated the Ordinary Council Meeting date as 27 June which has been corrected in the resolution. Mayor Kelly informed the meeting that the Cabinet would be visiting Wanneroo next week and Ministers would be making themselves available to speak to Council on important issues affecting the City of Wanneroo.
Cr Grierson presented a petition signed by residents requesting that the shelter, which was removed by the City of Wanneroo on the corner of Deal Street and Marangaroo Drive without consultation be reinstated. The petition to be forwarded to the Technical Service Directorate for action. Cr Treby presented a petition signed by 64 residents in respect to the provision of a BMX Skatepark facility to be located within Marangaroo or Alexander Heights.
The petition to be forwarded to the Community Development Directorate for action. Cr Steffens presented a petition signed by residents requesting Council to consider restricted access to businesses off Pensacola Terrace, Clarkson.
The petition to be forwarded to the Technical Services Directorate for action. Cr Monks presented a petition signed by staff, residents, visitors and community requesting more parking bays for 9 Amos Road, Wanneroo which is the Wanneroo Community Nursing Home. That the petitions be accepted and referred to the relevant Directorates for action. A letter has been sent to the Quilters Club agreeing to hang the quilt subject to them providing a suitable display case to protect it from insects and incidental damage.
Town Planning Schemes and Structure Plans. File Ref: Responsible Officer: Director, Planning and Development. There are also over 10 large parks and reserves scattered throughout Quinns Rocks. Local facilities includes the Quinns Village Shopping Centre, a small shopping centre with an IGA supermarket, post office and newsagent, a pharmacy, a bottleshop and a petrol station. View suburb profile. The major attraction of the suburb is Quinns Beach which spans the entire western boundary of the suburb along Ocean Drive.
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Sold House 13a Hazel Avenue, Quinns Rocks WA – May 9, – Homely.
Beautifully presented, modern and extremely spacious 4 x 2 home with study. renovated throughout, is situated just across the road from Dog. PQ/02 Mr G Bruning, Quinns Rock Caravan Park, Quinns Road, to the City of Wanneroo free of cost, in lieu of public open space. 14 LUISINI ROAD WANGARA 4. All service information shown of this plan should be verified with the 29 Hazel Avenue, QUINNS ROCKS.
Leased House 33 Greygum Crescent, Quinns Rocks WA – Sep 17, – Homely.
4 Agave Road Landsdale. WA $, Quinns Rocks WA $6, 4/05/ Ltd 29 Hazel Avenue Quinns. Rocks WA $14, This property is as good as it gets, light and bright street frontage villa in small group renovated with north facing private courtyard. 4 bedroom house at 33 Greygum Crescent, Quinns Rocks WA leased. View 20 photos, schools and neighbourhood info on Homely.