MINUTES

 

Ordinary Council Meeting

 

25 June 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                         25 June 2019

Table of Contents

1          Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country. 5

2          Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence. 5

3          (A) Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements. 6

(B) Response to Previous Public Questions Taken On Notice. 7

4          Applications for Leave of Absence. 7

5          The Receiving of Petitions, Deputations and Presentations. 7

6          Confirmation of Minutes. 7

7          Announcements by the Presiding Member (Without Discussion) 8

7.1             Pop Up Play. 8

7.2             North Perth Common. 8

7.3             Kaya Wandoo Festival 8

7.3             Mick Quirk leaving the City of Vincent 8

8          Declarations of Interest 10

REPORTS. 11

Items Approved "En Bloc": 11

9.5             Nos. 77 & 79 (Lots: 3 & 4; D/P: 7680) Anzac Road, Mount Hawthorn - Amendment to Development Approval for Six Grouped Dwellings. 12

10.2           Minor Parking Restriction Improvements/Amendments. 13

11.1           Investment Report as at 31 May 2019. 14

11.2           Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 May 2019 to 31 May 2019. 15

11.3           Financial Statements as at 31 May 2019. 16

12.3           Monthly review of policies in accordance with the City's Policy Review Plan. 17

12.8           Information Bulletin. 18

9          Planning and Place. 19

9.2             Nos. 539 - 545 (Lots: 9, 10 and 30; D/P: 1477 and 49374) Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley - Eight Storey Mixed Use Development 19

11        Community and Business Services. 24

11.7           Floreat Athena Football Club Inc. - Litis Stadium Lease - Progress Report 24

9          Planning and Place. 25

9.3             No. 160-166 (Lot No's: 32, 33, 34, 201 and 202) Palmerston Street, Perth - Change of Use to Motel and Addition of 11 Motel Rooms and Restaurant/Cafe. 25

9.1             No. 14 (Lot: 1; SP: 12592) Orange Avenue, Perth - Second Storey Addition and Alterations to Single Dwelling. 29

9.4             No. 11 (Lot: 4; S/P: 7727) Douglas Street, Perth - SAT S.31 Reconsideration - Proposed Change of Use to Unlisted Use (Dog Day Care) 31

12        Chief Executive Officer 36

12.5           Annual review of Council delegations. 36

9          Planning and Place. 38

9.6             Mount Hawthorn Town Centre Place Plan. 38

9.7             Place Plan Minor Annual Review. 39

10        Infrastucture and Environment 42

10.1           Waste Strategy Project 2 - Bulk Hard Waste (Junk) Service Options Appraisal 42

10.3           North Perth Precinct Traffic Study. 46

11        Community and Business Services. 50

11.4           Adoption of 2019/20 Annual Budget [ABSOLUTE MAJORITY DECISION REQUIRED] 50

11.5           Amendments to the Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law 2007. 56

11.6           City Homelessness Framework Committee - Draft Action Plan. 59

12        Chief Executive Officer 60

12.1           Corporate Business Plan Progress Update. 60

12.2           Community Budget Submissions 2019/20. 61

12.4           Termination of Multicultural Services Centre of WA's sub lease of the wellness centre at Woodville Reserve, 10 Farmer Street, North Perth. 63

12.6           Appointment of an alternative member for the Mindarie Regional Council meeting - 4 July 2019  65

12.7           Report and minutes of Audit Committee meeting held on 11 June 2019. 66

13        Motions of Which Previous Notice Has Been Given. 67

13.1           Notice of Motion - Mayor Cole - Request to Modify Delegated Authority Register for Waiving Cash-in-Lieu of Car Parking for up to Five Bays. 67

14        Questions by Members of Which Due Notice Has Been Given (Without Discussion) 68

15        Representation on Committees and Public Bodies. 68

16        Urgent Business. 68

17        Confidential Items/Matters For Which the Meeting May be Closed. 68

18        Closure. 68

 

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                         25 June 2019

MINUTES OF City of Vincent
Ordinary Council Meeting
HELD AT THE
Administration and Civic Centre
244 Vincent Street, Leederville

ON
Tuesday, 25 June 2019 AT 6pm

 

PRESENT:                 Mayor Emma Cole                                 Presiding Member

                                 Cr Susan Gontaszewski                         South Ward

                                 Cr Alex Castle                                        North Ward

                                 Cr Joanne Fotakis                                 North Ward

                                 Cr Roslyn Harley                                   North Ward (from 6.20pm until 10.03pm)

                                 Cr Dan Loden                                        North Ward (from 6.06pm)

                                 Cr Jimmy Murphy                                  South Ward

                                 Cr Joshua Topelberg                             South Ward

IN ATTENDANCE:     David MacLennan                Chief Executive Officer

                                 John Corbellini                    A/Executive Director Planning and Place

                                 Andrew Murphy                   Executive Director Infrastructure and Environment

                                                    Michael Quirk                     A/Executive Director Community and

                                                                                                Business Services

                                 John Paton                          Executive Manager - Office of the CEO

                                 Stephanie Smith                  Manager Policy and Place

                                 Vanisha Govender               Manager Financial Services  

                                 Jay Naidoo                          Manager Development and Design

                                 Jordan Koroveshi                A/Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

                                 Natasha Brooks                   Governance and Council Support Officer

 

Media:                       Nil

Public:                      Approximately 20 members of the public.

 

1            Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country

The Presiding Member, Mayor Emma Cole declared the meeting open at 6.00pm and read the following Acknowledgement of Country statement:

 

“The City of Vincent would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging”.

2            Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

Council Decision

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Loden

That Cr Jonathan Hallett’s request for leave of absence from the 19 June 2019 to 3 July 2019 due to personal commitments be approved.

Carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 

3            (A)         Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements

The following is a summary of questions and submissions received and responses provided at the meeting. This is not a verbatim record of comments made at the meeting.

 

3.1     Barry Baltinis Architect of Northbridge - Item 9.2  

 

·           Spoke in support of the recommendation.

 

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Mr Baltinis for his comments.

 

 

3.2     Paul Kotsoglo of Perth – Item 11.7

 

·           Spoke in support of the recommendation.

 

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Mr Kotsoglo for his comments.

 

 

3.3     Aaron Sta Maria of Urbanista Town Planning, Perth – Item 9.3 

 

·           Spoke in support of the application.

 

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Mr Sta Maria for his comments.

 

 

3.4     Catherine Ash of Perth – Item 9.1  

 

·           Expressed appreciation to the Council.

·           Identified concern with the decisions of the City’s planning department.

 

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Ms Ash for her comments.

 

 

3.5     Peter Holts of Perth – Item 9.1

 

·           Expressed appreciation to the Council..

 

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Mr Holts for his comments.

 

 

3.6     Amanda Butterworth of Allerding and Associates, Subiaco – Item 9.1

 

·           Represents the property owner.

·           Spoke in support of the application.

 

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Ms Butterworth for her comments.

 

 

3.7     Rod Suric of Mount Hawthorn – Item 9.3

 

·           Spoke in support of the application.

·           Expressed concern about the opening hours and implications of noise to adjoining properties.

·           Expressed concern about the parking management plan.

 

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Mr Suric for his comments.


 

3.8     Amanda Deurloo of Innaloo – Item 9.4  

 

·           Owner of Doggy Day Care.

·           Spoke in support of the recommendation with exceptions to some conditions.

·           Spoke against the 12-month approval restriction, requesting instead a 3-5 year term.

 

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Ms Deurloo for her comments.

 

There being no further speakers, Public Question Time closed at approximately 6.25pm.

(B)         Response to Previous Public Questions Taken On Notice

Nil

4            Applications for Leave of Absence

Council Decision

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That Cr Susan Gontaszewski’s request for leave of absence from 8 July 2019 to 21 July 2019 due to personal commitments be approved.

Carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 

5            The Receiving of Petitions, Deputations and Presentations

Nil

 

6            Confirmation of Minutes

Council Decision

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Castle

That the minutes of the Ordinary Meeting held on 28 May 2019 be confirmed.

 

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 

7            Announcements by the Presiding Member (Without Discussion)

The Presiding Member Emma Cole made the following announcements:

7.1          Pop Up Play

This is a trial of play that is supposed to be very creative and free with a low cost to deliver so that we can test it out for our youth community in Vincent. It was an area that was identified in our Public Open Space Strategy as a gap in that we have play equipment for younger children but we do have a gap when it comes to our older kids and teenagers and we will need to provide more challenging play for those age groups.

The City has been rolling out a series of Pop Up Plays around our reserves. We’ve done some free play at Woodville Reserve where the kids are building things out of logs and pallets and the City has been providing those raw materials to the children who have been constructing, building and digging tracks. Most recently we rolled out a bike trail and pump track at Brittania Reserve. Despite the fact we have only done about half of the trail, kids, dads, mums are out there riding it and building jumps using logs that Main Roads have given us for free and it’s fantastic to see the community really embracing and being excited. We are also looking at parkour equipment which is bars which kids love to hang off and jump on. 

7.2          North Perth Common

On 15 June we opened North Perth Common which was a great turnout and good demonstration of how the space can be used. This new heart for North Perth is a flexible, iconic, people-friendly space. Designed to be closed to cars, it will bring economic activation to North Perth, promote renewal and investment in the town centre and more foot traffic for our small businesses.

 

7.3          Kaya Wandoo Festival

On Saturday 6 July we are holding the Kaya Wandoo Festival at the North Perth Town Hall. In partnership with Noongar Radio – Vincent Locals we will be celebrating NAIDOC Week, Noongar Radio’s 10th birthday and the launch of our new Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan.

 

7.3          Mick Quirk leaving the City of Vincent

Mick started with us on 2 May 2016, just over three years ago. He is moving on to an amazing career opportunity at our neighbours – City of Stirling as Director Community Development. Thank you for all you have achieved, sweated over, the late meetings, and the highs and lows of local government life.

 

Some things about Mick:

 

·         Lives and works community life - talks the talk and walks the walk

·         Fantastic community negotiation and re-builder of relationships

·         Personable and genuine, great compassion

·         Good sense of humour, very rarely bit hot under the collar

·         Understands community context, built great partnerships

·         On the ground – reaches out, takes down barriers, sees opportunities

·         Best emails I’ve ever seen, empathetic but firm

Mick has taught me everything I know about sport and is good at sport. Staff describe him as surprisingly sprinty ‘Sporty Spice’ at team cricket and netball events!

Mick has delivered some really great outcomes, the more memorable were:

 

·         Public Open Space Strategy;

·         Refocussing customer service;

·         Amazing reconciliation work;

·         New and deeper partnerships, with sports clubs, Noongar Outreach Services, ANZAC Cottage, LGBTQI+ partners, Perth Mosque, St Patricks Day Committee;

·         Work with Space to Co.; and

·         A fair and human approach to parking infringements.

 

Some tricky issues that Mick has worked with and achieved good outcomes:

 

·         Selling of the community bus;

·         Negotiating ultimate deal between ANZAC Cottage and Vietnam Vets; 

·         Building bridges with Subiaco and East Fremantle footy clubs; and

·         Turning a corner with Floreat Athena Football Club.

Mick has developed great working relationships with the community, surmised in the following quotes:

 

John Thompson – Oxford Foyer

“I always found Mick to be responsive, kind, and generous with his time. He listened to requests from me about gender diversity in the city’s forms to the temporary parking permits we desperately needed to help facilitate necessary construction works. I note that Mick’s departure comes just before a review of the parking permits in Leederville, but I’m sure that’s just a coincidence. Thanks for your support of Foyer Oxford, and for your contribution to the successful transition of over 500 young people from homelessness to independence.”

 

Peter Capes – Subiaco Football Club

“On more than one occasion I tried to convert him to the Lions, who as it happens, appear to be on a pretty good roll the last 20 or so years Mick!

Other than a bit of footy fun, I will no doubt miss you Mick. You have always made yourself available and even when the conversations were a bit tough you didn’t shirk the issue. Together we now have a great understanding with the COV and good working relationships across a wide range of people – and that is mostly thanks to you! Well done on your new position, a pity, but well done all the same. Next time we flog the Sharks you will be front of mind.”

 

Anne Chapel & Pete Ramsay, Friends of ANZAC Cottage

“Your help and understanding with all things ANZAC Cottage will always be appreciated by the Friends of ANZAC Cottage. It was you and the MOU that inspired us and gave us the confidence we needed to ‘stick out necks out’ and undertake projects such as the bus stop project. You are now officially a part of the ANZAC Cottage story, Thank you”.

 

Andrew Rigg – YMCA HQ

“I have worked with Mick via my role as Youth Services Manager at YMCA HQ for the past 3 years. Mick has always been very supportive of the work we do at HQ and has always been available to help sort out issues and to provide support when required. I have enjoyed working with Mick and on behalf of the whole team at HQ wish him all the very best for the future. I am sure he will be greatly missed at the City of Vincent.”

 

Thankful for your time with us and we wish you every success on your amazing career journey in local government. Great that you’re staying in the sector, as we need people like Mick in local government.

 


 

8            Declarations of Interest

8.1               Mayor Emma Cole disclosed an impartiality interest in Item 9.5 - Nos. 77 & 79 (Lots: 3 & 4; D/P: 7680) Anzac Road, Mount Hawthorn. The extent of her interest is that Mayor Cole is an owner/occupier located on the right of way on which the proposed group dwelling will be located. The property is not a neighbouring or adjoining property and is not in the area that the revised application was advertised.

 

8.2               Cr Dan Loden declared an impartiality interest in Item 11.7 - Floreat Athena Football Club Inc. - Litis Stadium Lease - Progress Report. The extent of his interest in the matter is that Cr Loden plays indoor soccer with people who are members of the club and executive.

 

8.3               Mayor Emma Cole disclosed an impartiality interest in Item 12.2 - Community Budget Submissions 2019/20. The extent of her interest is that a number of submitters are known to me, through our children’s school connections and a friend through a playgroup association.

 

8.4               Cr Alex Castle disclosed a financial interest in Item 12.2 - Community Budget Submissions 2019/20. The extent of her interest is that one of the budget submitters, Anne Chapple, is a committee member of the Friends of Anzac Cottage, which is a client of my business.

 

8.5               Cr Dan Loden declared an impartiality interest in Item 12.2 - Community Budget Submissions 2019/20. The extent of his interest in the matter is that Irma Lachman supported Cr Loden’s campaign in 2015 as a volunteer.


 

REPORTS

The Presiding Member, Mayor Emma Cole, advised the meeting of:

(a)           Items which are the subject of a question, comment or deputation from Members of the Public, being:

Items 9.2, 11.7, 9.3, 9.1 and 9.4.

(b)          Items which require an Absolute Majority decision which have not already been the subject of a public question/comment, being:

Items 11.4, 12.5, 12.6 and 13.1.

(c)           Items which Council Members/Officers have declared a financial or proximity interest, being:

Items 8.4 and 11.4.

The Presiding Member, Mayor Emma Cole, requested Council Members to indicate:

(d)          Items which Council Members wish to discuss which have not already been the subject of a public question/comment or require an absolute majority decision and the following was advised:


COUNCIL MEMBER

ITEMS TO BE DISCUSSED

Cr Gontaszewski

12.1

Cr Castle

9.6, 10.3

Cr Harley

9.4

Cr Loden

9.7, 11.6

Cr Topelberg

10.1, 11.5, 12.4

 

The Presiding Member, Mayor Emma Cole therefore requested the Chief Executive Officer, David MacLennan, to advise the meeting of:

(e)           Unopposed items which will be moved “En Bloc”, being:

Items 9.5, 10.2, 11.1, 11.2, 11.3, 12.3 and 12.8

(f)           Confidential Reports which will be considered behind closed doors, being:

Nil

Items Approved "En Bloc":

The following Items were adopted unopposed and without discussion “En Bloc”, as recommended:

Council Decision

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the following unopposed items be adopted “En Bloc”, as recommended:

 

Items 9.5, 10.2, 11.1, 11.2, 11.3, 12.3 and 12.8

 

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


 

9.5          Nos. 77 & 79 (Lots: 3 & 4; D/P: 7680) Anzac Road, Mount Hawthorn - Amendment to Development Approval for Six Grouped Dwellings

TRIM Ref:                  D19/76650

Author:                     Karsen Reynolds, Urban Planner

Authoriser:                Jay Naidoo, Manager Development & Design

Ward:                        North

Attachments:             1.       Consultation and Location Map  

2.       Previously Approved Development Plans and Perspectives  

3.       Minutes of 6 February 2018 Council Meeting  

4.       Proposed Development Application Plans  

5.       Proposed Development Application Perspectives  

6.       Subdivision Approval  

7.       Determination Advice Notes   

Recommendation:

That Council, in accordance with the provisions of the City of Vincent Local Planning Scheme No. 2 and the Metropolitan Region Scheme, APPROVES the development application to amend development approval for Six Grouped Dwellings at Nos. 77 and 79 (Lots: 3 and 4; D/P: 7680) Anzac Road, Mount Hawthorn in accordance with the plans shown in Attachment 4, subject to the following condition, with the associated determination advice notes in Attachment 7:

1.       All conditions, requirements and advice notes detailed on development approval 5.2017.239.1 granted on 6 February 2018 continue to apply to this approval.

Council Decision Item 9.5

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously En Bloc” (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


 

10.2        Minor Parking Restriction Improvements/Amendments

TRIM Ref:                  D19/67757

Author:                     Craig Wilson, Manager Asset & Engineering

Authoriser:                Andrew Murphy, Executive Director Infrastructure and Environment

Attachments:             1.       Plan No. 3524-PP-01  

2.       Plan No. 3508-PP-01   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       APPROVES the following minor parking restriction improvements and amendments:

1.1     Install a 1/4 P bay outside No. 555 Newcastle Street, West Perth, as shown on Plan No. 3524-PP-01 (Attachment 1); and

1.2     Install two ‘yellow’ No Stopping zones in Pennant Street, North Perth, Plan No. 3508-PP-01 (Attachment 2).

 

Council Decision Item 10.2

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously En Bloc” (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


 

11.1        Investment Report as at 31 May 2019

TRIM Ref:                  D19/83592

Author:                     Nirav Shah, Coordinator Financial Services

Authoriser:                Michael Quirk, Executive Director Community and Business Services

Attachments:             1.       Investment Report 31 May 2019   

Recommendation:

That Council NOTES the Investment Report for the month ended 31 May 2019 as detailed in Attachment 1.

 

Council Decision Item 11.1

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously En Bloc” (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


 

11.2        Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 May 2019 to 31 May 2019

TRIM Ref:                  D19/80024

Author:                     Nikki Hirrill, Accounts Payable Officer

Authoriser:                Michael Quirk, Executive Director Community and Business Services

Attachments:             1.       Payments by EFT, BPAY and Payroll May 19  

2.       Payments by Cheque May 19  

3.       Payments by Direct Debit May 19   

Recommendation:

That Council RECEIVES the list of accounts paid under delegated authority for the period 1 May 2019 to 31 May 2019 as detailed in Attachments 1, 2 and 3 as summarised below:

 

EFT and BPAY payments, including payroll

 

$5,696,313.85

 

 

 

Cheques

 

$27,453.34

 

 

 

Direct debits, including credit cards

 

$209,023.79

 

 

 

Total payments for May 2019

 

$5,932,790.98

 

 

Council Decision Item 11.2

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously En Bloc” (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 

11.3        Financial Statements as at 31 May 2019

TRIM Ref:                  D19/86582

Author:                     Nirav Shah, Coordinator Financial Services

Authoriser:                Michael Quirk, Executive Director Community and Business Services

Attachments:             1.       Financial Statements as at 31 May 2019   

Recommendation:

That Council RECEIVES the financial statements for the month ended 31 May 2019 as shown in Attachment 1.

Council Decision Item 11.3

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously En Bloc” (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


 

12.3        Monthly review of policies in accordance with the City's Policy Review Plan

TRIM Ref:                  D19/76206

Author:                     Emma Simmons, Governance and Council Support Officer

Authoriser:                Meluka Bancroft, Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

Attachments:             1.       Policies for repeal   

Recommendation:

That Council REPEALS the following policies as shown in Attachment 1:

POLICY NUMBER

POLICY

2.2.1

Directional Signs

2.2.2

Undergrounding of Power

2.2.3

Electricity Supply - Installation of Substations

2.2.5

Kerbside House Numbering

2.2.7

Street Parties

2.2.9

Street Lighting

Council Decision Item 12.3

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously En Bloc” (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


 

12.8        Information Bulletin

TRIM Ref:                  D19/66827

Author:                     Emma Simmons, Governance and Council Support Officer

Authoriser:                David MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer

Attachments:             1.       Minutes of the Design Review Panel Meeting held on 8 May 2019  

2.       Minutes of the Design Review Panel Meeting held on 22 May 2019  

3.       Street Tree Removal Information  

4.       Statistics for Development Applications as at May 2019  

5.       Register of Legal Action and Prosecutions Monthly - Confidential  

6.       Register of Legal Action - Orders and Notices Quarterly - Confidential  

7.       Register of State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) Appeals – Progress Report as at 6 June 2019  

8.       Register of Applications Referred to the MetroWest Development Assessment Panel – Current  

9.       Register of Applications Referred to the Design Review Panel – Current  

10.     Register of Petitions - Progress Report - June 2019  

11.     Register of Notices of Motion - Progress Report - June 2019  

12.     Register of Reports to be Actioned - Progress Report - June 2019   

Recommendation:

That Council RECEIVES the Information Bulletin dated May 2019.

 

Council Decision Item 12.8

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously En Bloc” (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                         25 June 2019

9            Planning and Place

9.2          Nos. 539 - 545 (Lots: 9, 10 and 30; D/P: 1477 and 49374) Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley - Eight Storey Mixed Use Development

TRIM Ref:                  D19/40344

Author:                     Mitchell Hoad, Senior Urban Planner

Authoriser:                John Corbellini, A/Executive Director Planning and Place

Ward:                        South

Attachments:             1.       Consultation and Location Map  

2.       Development Plans  

3.       Supporting Technical Reports  

4.       Administration's Response to Summary of Submissions  

5.       Applicant's Response to Summary of Submissions  

6.       Design Review Panel Minutes and Applicant's Response  

7.       Determination Advice Notes   

 

Recommendation:

That Council in accordance with the provisions of the City of Vincent Local Planning Scheme No. 2 and the Metropolitan Region Scheme, APPROVES the application for development approval for an Eight Storey Mixed Use Development at Nos. 539-545 (Lots: 9, 10 and 30 D/P: 1477 and 49374) Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley, in accordance with the plans shown in Attachment 2 subject to the following conditions, with the associated advice notes in Attachment 7:

1.       Use of Premises

The use of the tenancies on the ground floor indicated as ‘Retail’ and the ‘Office’ indicated on the second storey of the approved plans shall only be used in accordance with the definitions of Shop and Office within the City of Vincent Local Planning Scheme No. 2 respectively as follows:

Office means premises used for administration, clerical, technical, professional or similar business activities.

Shop means premises other than a bulky goods showroom, a liquor store – large or a liquor store – small used to sell goods by retail, to hire goods, or to provide services of a personal nature, including hairdressing or beauty therapy services;

2.       Amalgamation

Prior to the occupation of the development, the subject land shall be amalgamated into one lot on the Certificate of Title;

3.       Car Parking, Access and Bicycle Facilities

3.1     A minimum of 41 parking bays for the residents of the Multiple Dwellings, 4 visitor bays for visitors of the Multiple Dwellings, 4 bays for the Office tenancies and 4 bays for the Shop tenancies shall be provided on the site;

3.2     The visitor bays shall be marked and clearly signposted as dedicated for visitor use only, to the satisfaction of the City;

3.3     The 1.4 metre setback to the adjoining right of way shall be ceded free of costs to the Crown for the purpose of widening at the time of subdivision or amalgamation of the land, including Built Strata subdivision;

3.4     A 3 metre by 3 metre truncation shall be provided at the junction of Harold Street and Beaufort Street;

3.5     A 2 metre by 2 metre truncation shall be provided at the junction of Harold Street and the 1.4 metre setback to the right of way detailed in Condition 3.3 above;

3.6     Vehicle and pedestrian access points shall match into existing footpath levels to the satisfaction of the City;

3.7     Redundant vehicle crossover(s) shall be removed and the kerbing, verge and footpath reinstated to the satisfaction and specification of the City;

3.8     The 1.4 metre right of way setback area referred to in Condition 3.3 above, as well as all car parking and access areas shall be sealed, drained, paved and line marked in accordance with the approved plans and are to comply with the requirements of AS2890.1 to the satisfaction of the City prior to the occupation or use of the development;

3.9     The car park shall be used only by owners, visitors and tenants directly associated with the development; and

3.10   A minimum of 26 bike racks shall be provided for within the development. Bicycle racks shall be designed in accordance with AS2890.3 and installed prior to occupation to the satisfaction of the City. 8 of these bike racks shall be located to be accessible for visitors of the Multiple Dwellings and customers of the Shop and Office uses;

4.       Parking Management Plan

4.1     Prior to the occupation of the development, a Parking Management Plan to the satisfaction of the City shall be submitted to and approved by the City. The Parking Management Plan shall include, but not be limited to, addressing the following:

·       Detailed management measures for the operation of the vehicular entry gate, to ensure access is readily available for owners/visitors/tenants to the residential and non-residential units at all times; and

·       Reciprocal car parking arrangements for the eight non-residential bays for use by visitors of the Multiple Dwellings outside of business hours; and

4.2     The Parking Management Plan as identified in Condition 4.1 above shall be implemented, and the development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved Parking Management Plan and approved plans, to the satisfaction of the City at the expense of the owners/occupiers;

5.       Stormwater

All stormwater produced on the subject land shall be retained on site, by suitable means to the full satisfaction of the City;

6.       Verge Infrastructure

No verge tree shall be removed without the prior written approval of the City. The verge tree shall be retained and protected from damage including unauthorised pruning to the satisfaction of the City;

7.       Building Design

7.1     The development shall maintain an active and interactive relationship and uninterrupted views between the ‘Office’ and ‘Shop’ areas of the development and Beaufort Street and Harold Street during the hours of these uses operation to the satisfaction of the City. Darkened, obscured, mirrored or tinted glass, roller shutters or the like are prohibited. Curtains, blinds and other internal treatments that obscure the view of the internal area from Beaufort Street and/or Harold Street are not permitted to be used during the hours of the development’s operation;

7.2     Ground floor glazing and/or tinting shall be a minimum of 70 percent visually permeable to provide unobscured visibility. Darkened, obscured, mirrored or tinted glass or other similar materials as considered by the City is prohibited;

7.3     All external fixtures and building plant, including air conditioning units, piping, ducting and water tanks, shall be located so as to minimise any visual and noise impact on surrounding landowners, and screened from view from the street, and surrounding properties to the satisfaction of the City; and

7.4     The awning within the Beaufort Street and Harold Street road reservation, attached to the façade of the building shall be designed to be removable, to the satisfaction of the City;

8.       Acoustic Report and Noise Management

8.1     An Acoustic Report to the satisfaction of the City, which accords with the City’s Policy No. 7.5.21 – Sound Attenuation, shall be lodged with and approved by the City prior to the commencement of the development. This revised acoustic report shall address, but be not limited to, the emission of noise from car stackers. All of the recommended measures included in the approved Acoustic Report shall be implemented to the satisfaction of the City prior to the occupation or use of the development and shall be maintained thereafter to the satisfaction of the City at the expense of the owners/occupiers; and

8.2     A notification pursuant to Section 70A of the Transfer of Land Act 1893 shall be placed on the certificate(s) of title on the proposed lot(s) at the time of subdivision or amalgamation of the land, including Built Strata subdivision. Notice of this notification is to be included on the diagram or plan of survey (deposited plan) at the landowners expense. The notification shall state as follows:

“The lot is situated in the vicinity of a transport corridor and in close proximity to commercial and non-residential activities. The Lot is currently affected, or may be in the future affected by transport noise, entertainment noise, traffic and car parking associated with these uses and the transport corridor.”;

9.       Landscape and Reticulation Plan

9.1     A detailed landscape and reticulation plan for the development site and adjoining road verge, to the satisfaction of the City, shall be lodged with and approved by the City prior to commencement of the development. The plan shall be drawn to a scale of 1:100 and show the following:

·       The location and type of proposed trees and plants;

·       Areas to be irrigated or reticulated;

·       The installation of mature planting along the western balconies with a minimum height of 1.6 metres and be of a sufficient amenity to provide screening to the adjacent properties. Planters shall have a minimum width of 0.5 metres and shall be provided around the perimeter of Apartments 4 to 6 and 10 to 12; and

·       The appropriate selection of tree species (consistent with the City’s Tree Selection Tool) to be located within the deep soil areas to maximise the provision of canopy coverage; and

9.2     All works shown in the plans as identified in Condition 9.1 above shall be undertaken in accordance with the approved plans to the City’s satisfaction, prior to occupancy or use of the development and maintained thereafter to the satisfaction of the City at the expense of the owners/occupiers;

10.     Schedule of External Finishes

Prior to the commencement of development, a detailed schedule of external finishes (including materials, colour schemes and details) shall be submitted to and approved by the City. The development shall be finished in accordance with the approved schedule prior to the use or occupation of the development;

11.     Clothes Drying Facilities

Each multiple dwelling shall be provided with a clothes drying area screened from the public realm to the satisfaction of the City, prior to occupation or use of the development;

12.     Construction Management Plan

A Construction Management Plan that details how the construction of the development will be managed to minimise the impact on the surrounding area, to the satisfaction of the City, shall be lodged with and approved by the City prior to the commencement of the development. The Construction Management Plan shall address the following concerns that relate to any works to take place on the site:

·       Public safety, amenity and site security;

·       Contact details of essential site personnel;

·       Construction operating hours;

·       Noise control and vibration management;

·       Dilapidation Reports of the adjoining properties;

·       Air, sand and dust management;

·       Stormwater and sediment control;

·       Waste management and materials re-use;

·       Traffic and access management;

·       Parking arrangements for contractors and subcontractors; and

·       Consultation plan with nearby properties.

13.     Public Art

13.1   In accordance with City of Vincent Policy 7.5.13 Percent for Art the application is required to make a public art contribution of $99,800 being one percent of the $9.98 million estimated cost of development.  In order to comply with the Policy, the owner(s) or applicant, on behalf of the owner(s) shall submit a statutory declaration prior to the lodgement of a Building permit stipulating the choice of:

Option 1: Owner/Applicant chooses to co-ordinate the Public Art project themselves or by engaging an art consultant;

OR

Option 2: Owner/Applicant chooses to pay cash-in-lieu. Owner/Applicants who choose Option 2 will receive a 15 percent discount on the Percent for Art contribution;

13.2   The owner(s), or the applicant on behalf of the owner(s), shall comply with the City of Vincent Percent for Public Art Policy No. 7.5.13 in conjunction with the above chosen option:

Option 1: Prior to the issue of a Building Permit for the development, obtain approval for the Public Art Project and associated Artist; and

Prior to the first occupation of the development, install the approved public art project, and thereafter maintain the art work;

OR

Option 2: Prior to the issue of an Occupancy Permit pay the above cash-in-lieu contribution amount; and

14.     Waste Management

14.1   A Waste Management Plan prepared to the satisfaction of the City shall be submitted and approved by the City; and

14.2   Waste management for the development shall thereafter comply with the approved Waste Management Plan.

Council Decision Item 9.2

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)


 

11          Community and Business Services

11.7        Floreat Athena Football Club Inc. - Litis Stadium Lease - Progress Report

TRIM Ref:                  D19/85010

Author:                     Michael Quirk, Executive Director Community and Business Services

Authoriser:                Michael Quirk, Executive Director Community and Business Services

Attachments:             Nil

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       NOTES the following progress by Floreat Athena Football Club Inc. towards the specific initiatives as determined by Council in November 2017:

Facility Management Plan

Submitted

Community Benefit Statement

Submitted

Financial Plan

In Progress

Investigate Facility Options

In Progress

Implement Club Development Plan

In Progress

 

2.       REQUESTS that the Chief Executive Officer form a Working Group comprising City of Vincent, Football West and Floreat Athena Football Club Inc. representatives to determine alternative tenure arrangements for Litis Stadium that better align with the Club’s organisational and financial capabilities while maximising community accessibility;

3.       REQUESTS that the Chief Executive Officer works collaboratively with Floreat Athena Football Club Inc. and the Australian Government to secure $3 million through the Community Development Grants Program towards shared Club and community priority capital works at Litis Stadium and Brittania Reserve; and

4.       NOTES that a further Floreat Athena Football Club Inc. – Litis Stadium Lease – Progress Report will be presented to Council no later than November 2019 to enable consideration prior to expiry of the initial two year lease term on 31 December 2019.

Council Decision Item 12.8

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 

9            Planning and Place

9.3          No. 160-166 (Lot No's: 32, 33, 34, 201 and 202) Palmerston Street, Perth - Change of Use to Motel and Addition of 11 Motel Rooms and Restaurant/Cafe

TRIM Ref:                  D19/73159

Author:                     Mitchell Hoad, Senior Urban Planner

Authoriser:                Jay Naidoo, Manager Development and Design

Ward:                        South

Attachments:             1.       Consultation and Location Map  

2.       Development Plans  

3.       Written Justification and Supporting Technical Reports  

4.       Administration's Response to Summary of Submissions  

5.       Applicant's Response to Summary of Submissions  

6.       Design Review Panel Minutes  

7.       Determination Advice Notes   

Recommendation:

That Council, in accordance with the provisions of the City of Vincent Local Planning Scheme No. 2 and the Metropolitan Region Scheme, APPROVES the application for a Change of Use to Motel and Addition of 11 Motel Rooms and Restaurant/Cafe at No. 160-166 (Lot: 32, 33, 34, 201 and 202; D/P: 690, 302209 and 39093) Palmerston Street, Perth, in accordance with the plans shown in Attachment 2 and the determination advice notes at Attachment 7:

1.       Use of Premises

1.1     This approval relates to a Change of Use to Motel and Restaurant/Cafe as shown on the plans dated 6 May 2019 and 15 May 2019. It does not relate to any other development on the site;

1.2     The use of the Motel and Restaurant shall only be used in accordance with the definition in the City of Vincent’s Local Planning Scheme No. 2 as follows:

Motel means premises, which may be licensed under the Liquor Control Act 1988 –

(a)     used to accommodate guests in a manner similar to a hotel; and

(b)     with specific provision for the accommodation of guests with motor vehicles;

Restaurant/Café means premises primarily used for the preparation, sale and serving of food and drinks for consumption on the premises by customers for whom seating is provided, including premises that are licensed under the Liquor Control Act 1988;

1.3     A maximum of 56 patrons shall be permitted within the Restaurant/Café at any one time; and

1.4     The hours of operation of the Restaurant/Cafe shall be restricted to 11:00am to 2:00pm and 5:00pm to 10:00pm Monday to Sunday, including public holidays, when open to the public. There is no restriction on operating hours when the Restaurant/Café is open to the guests of the Motel only;

2.       Parking and Access

2.1     A minimum of 21 off-street parking bays shall be provided. The parking bays are not to be used for storage purposes or the like. Of these bays:

·       4 shall be provided for staff of the Motel and Restaurant/Café use; and

·       17 for the guests of the Motel and customers of the Restaurant/Café.

 

2.2     The car parking and access areas shall be sealed, drained, paved and line marked in accordance with the approved plans and are to comply with the requirements of AS2890.1 prior to the occupation or use of the development;

2.3     A minimum of 12 bicycle facilities shall be provided and designed in accordance with AS2890.3 prior to the occupation of the premises;

3.       Acoustic Report

3.1     A revised Acoustic Report shall be lodged with and approved by the City, in accordance with the City’s Policy No. 7.5.21 – Sound Attenuation prior to the commencement of the development.  This revised Acoustic Report shall address, but is not limited to, the following:

·       The emission of noise from the Restaurant/Café, including music, commercial kitchen exhausts and air conditioner and other servicing units; and

 

3.2     All of the recommended measures included in approved Acoustic Report referred to in 3.1 shall be implemented prior to the occupation or use of the development and maintained thereafter to the satisfaction of the City at the expense of the owners/occupiers;

4.       Parking Management Plan

4.1     Prior to occupation of the development, a revised Parking Management Plan shall be submitted to and approved by the City. The revised Parking Management Plan is to include, but not limited to, the following:

·       Details regarding the reciprocal use of the 17 bays allocated to Motel guest and Restaurant/Café customer parking; and

·       Detailed management measures to ensure that access to these bays is readily available at all times and that guests of the Motel are made aware of the availability of on-site parking at the time of booking; and

 

4.2     The Parking Management Plan as identified in Condition 4.1 shall be implemented and the development carried out in accordance with the approved Parking Management Plan and approved plans to the satisfaction of the City;

5.       Landscaping Plan

5.1     A detailed landscape and reticulation plan for the development site and adjoining road verge, to the satisfaction of the City, shall be lodged with and approved by the City prior to commencement of the development. The plan shall be drawn to a scale of 1:100 and show the following:

·       The location and type of existing and proposed trees and plants;

·       Areas to be irrigated or reticulated;

·       The provision of two trees within the verge of Palmerston Street adjoining the development. The tree species shall be Red Flowering Paperbark with a minimum size of 45 litres;

·       The provision of 8.7 percent of the site area as deep soil zones; and

·       The appropriate selection of tree species (consistent with the City’s Tree Selection Tool) to be located within the deep soil areas to maximise the provision of canopy coverage; and

 

5.2     All works shown in the plans identified in Condition 5.1 above shall be undertaken in accordance with the approved plans to the City’s satisfaction, prior to occupancy or use of the development and maintained thereafter to the satisfaction of the City at the expense of the owners/occupiers;

6.       Verge Infrastructure

No verge tree shall be removed without the prior written approval of the City. The verge tree shall be retained and protected from damage including unauthorised pruning to the satisfaction of the City;

7.       Building Design

7.1     Windows and doors of the ground floor tenancies fronting Bulwer, Palmerston and Earl Streets shall provide an active and interactive relationship to the street to the satisfaction of the City and shall be maintained thereafter to the satisfaction of the City. Blinds, roller shutters and other screening and shielding devise shall remain open during the operating hours;

7.2     Ground floor glazing and/or tinting shall be a minimum of 70 percent visually permeable to provide unobscured visibility. Darkened, obscured, mirrored or tinted glass or other similar materials as considered by the City is prohibited;

7.3     All external fixtures and building plant, including air conditioning units, piping, ducting and water tanks, shall be located so as to minimise any visual and noise impact on surrounding landowners, and screened from view from the street, and surrounding properties to the satisfaction of the City; and

7.4     The awning within the Palmerston Street and Bulwer Street road reservation, attached to the façade of the building shall be designed to be removable, to the satisfaction of the City. This is to be demonstrated as part of the building permit;

8.       Amalgamation

Prior to the occupation of the development, the subject land shall be amalgamated into one lot on the Certificate of Title;

9.       Construction Management Plan

A Construction Management Plan that details how the construction of the development will be managed to minimise the impact on the surrounding area shall be lodged with and approved by the City prior to the commencement of the development. The Construction Management Plan is required to address the following concerns that relate to any works to take place on the site:

·       Public safety, amenity and site security;

·       Contact details of essential site personnel;

·       Construction operating hours;

·       Noise control and vibration management;

·       Dilapidation Reports of nearby properties;

·       Air, sand and dust management;

·       Stormwater and sediment control;

·       Soil excavation method;

·       Waste management and materials re-use;

·       Traffic and access management;

·       Parking arrangements for contractors and subcontractors; and

·       Consultation plan with nearby properties;

 

10.     Waste Management

10.1   A Waste Management Plan prepared to the satisfaction of the City shall be submitted approved by the City prior to the commencement of the use; and

10.2   Waste management for the development shall thereafter comply with the approved Waste Management Plan; and

11.     Schedule of External Finishes

Prior to the commencement of development, a detailed schedule of external finishes (including materials, colour schemes and details) shall be submitted to and approved by the City. The development shall be finished in accordance with the approved schedule prior to the use or occupation of the development.

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Castle

That the recommendation be adopted.

proposed Amendment

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

1.4 The hours of operation of the Restaurant/Cafe shall be restricted to 6:00am 11:00am to 2:00pm and 5:00pm to 10:00pm Monday to Sunday, including public holidays, when open to the public. There is no restriction on operating hours when the Restaurant/Café is open to the guests of the Motel only;

Amendment lost (1-7)

For:             Cr Loden

Against:      Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Council Decision Item 9.3

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Castle

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)


 

9.1          No. 14 (Lot: 1; SP: 12592) Orange Avenue, Perth - Second Storey Addition and Alterations to Single Dwelling

TRIM Ref:                  D19/40441

Author:                     Clair Morrison, Urban Planner

Authoriser:                John Corbellini, Executive Director Development Services

Ward:                        South

Attachments:             1.       Consultation and Location Map  

2.       Development Application Plans  

3.       Applicant's Justification  

4.       Administration's Response to Summary of Submissions  

5.       Applicant's Response to Summary of Submissions  

6.       Determination Advice Notes   

 

Recommendation:

That Council, in accordance with the provisions of the City of Vincent Local Planning Scheme No. 2 and the Metropolitan Region Scheme, APPROVES the development application for a Second Storey Addition to a Single Dwelling at No. 14 (Lot: 1; SP: 12592) Orange Avenue, Perth in accordance with the plans shown in Attachment 2, subject to the following conditions, with the associated determination advice notes in Attachment 6:

1.       Extent of Approval

This approval only relates to the ‘PROPOSED ADDITION’ and ‘PROPOSED UPPER FLOOR’ to Single Dwelling shown on the approved plans dated 13 May 2019 and does not relate to the ‘PROPOSED SPA’, ‘TIMBER DECK’, ‘EXISTING STUDIO/SHED’ or any other development on the lot, and does not relate to the use of the site for anything other than a Single Dwelling;

2.       Landscaping

2.1     A detailed landscape and reticulation plan for the development site and adjoining road verge to the City’s satisfaction is be lodged with and approved by the City prior to commencement of the development. The plan shall be drawn to a scale of 1:100 and show the following:

·       The location and type of existing and proposed trees and plants, with the proposed tree in the front setback area to be based on the City’s tree selection tool;

·       Areas to be irrigated or reticulated; and

·       The provision of a minimum 30 percent Canopy Coverage and the inclusion of an additional tree, within the front setback area, as defined by the City’s Policy No. 7.1.1 – Built Form; and

2.2     All works shown in the plans as identified in Condition 2.1 above shall be undertaken in accordance with the approved plans to the City’s satisfaction, prior to occupation or use of the development and shall be maintained thereafter to the satisfaction of the City at the expense of the owners/occupiers;

3.       External Fixtures

All external fixtures and building plant, including air conditioning units, piping, ducting and water tanks, shall be located so as to minimise any visual and noise impact on surrounding landowners, and shall be screened from view from the street, and surrounding properties to the satisfaction of the City; and

4.       Stormwater

All stormwater produced on the subject land shall be retained on site, by suitable means to the full satisfaction of the City.

Council Decision Item 9.1

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                         25 June 2019

 

9.4          No. 11 (Lot: 4; S/P: 7727) Douglas Street, Perth - SAT S.31 Reconsideration - Proposed Change of Use to Unlisted Use (Dog Day Care)

TRIM Ref:                  D19/78781

Author:                     Fiona Atkins, Urban Planner

Authoriser:                Jay Naidoo, Manager Development & Design

Ward:                        South

Attachments:             1.       Consultation and Location Map  

2.       Daily Operations and Procedures  

3.       Waste Management Plan  

4.       Site Plan  

5.       Traffic Impact Report  

6.       Strata Plan  

7.       Signage Plans  

8.       Acoustic Report  

9.       Administration Response to Summary of Submissions  

10.     Applicant's Response to Summary of Submissions  

11.     Determination Advice Notes   

Recommendation:

That Council, in accordance with Section 31 of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004, the provisions of the City of Vincent Local Planning Scheme No. 2 and the Metropolitan Region Scheme, SETS ASIDE the City’s decision of 18 March 2019 and APPROVES the application for the Change of Use to an Unlisted Use (Dog Day Care) at No. 11 (Lot: 4; S/P:7727) Douglas Street, Perth, in accordance with plans provided in Attachment 4, subject to the following conditions, with the associated determination advice notes in Attachment 11:

1.       Use of Premises

1.1     The premises shall be used for the purposes of the care of dogs as detailed in the Daily Operations and Procedures date stamped 28 April 2019;

1.2     A maximum of 35 dogs per day shall be cared for at any one time;

1.3     The hours of operation shall be limited to between 6:30am and 5:30pm Monday to Friday;

1.4     The overnight boarding of dogs shall not permitted on the premises;

1.5     Dogs shall not be permitted in common areas on the site other than for access to and from the premises, and must be on a leash; and

1.6     The pick up and drop off of dogs shall be scheduled, being no less than 10 minutes apart, and for no more than four dogs being scheduled to be picked up or dropped off at any time;

2.       Time Limited Approval

This approval is granted for a term of 12 months from the date the use commences, after which time the use shall cease to operate unless a further approval is sought;

3.       Operational Management

Use of the premises shall be carried out in accordance with the Daily Operations and Procedures date stamped 28 April 2019 or any revised Procedure approved by the City. The Procedure shall be reviewed in within the first six months of the use commencing, with any changes identified during this review or by the City, being incorporated into an updated Procedure approved by the City as part of the review;

4.       Waste Management

4.1     Waste shall be managed in accordance with the Waste Management Plan date stamped 3 December 2018; and

4.2     A plan indicating the location of a bin store of sufficient size and suitably accessible to accommodate the City’s bin requirement shall be lodged with and approved by the City prior to the commencement of the use. The bin store shall be provided in accordance with the plan approved by the City prior to the occupation or use of the development and to the satisfaction of the City; and

5.       Bicycle Parking

A minimum of four bicycle bays are to be provided onsite. Bicycle bays must be provided at a location convenient for staff to access. The bicycle facility shall be designed in accordance with AS2890.3.

Moved: Cr Harley, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

proposed Amendment 1

Moved: Cr Harley, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That Condition 2 be deleted and replaced with the following:

 

2.       Time Limited Approval

 

This approval is granted for a term of three years from the date the use commences, after which time the use shall cease to operate unless further approval is sought;

 

Amendment 1 carried (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

proposed Amendment 2

Moved: Cr Harley 

That Condition 2 be deleted and replaced with the following:

 

2.       Time Limited Approval

 

This approval is granted for a term of three five years from the date the use commences, after which time the use shall cease to operate unless further approval is sought;

 

AMENDMENT LAPSED FOR WANT OF A SECONDER

proposed Amendment 3

Moved: Cr Harley, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That Condition 1.3 be deleted and replaced with the following:

 

1.3     The hours of operation shall be limited to between 6:30am and 6:00pm Monday to Friday;

 

Amendment 3 carried unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

proposed Amendment 4

Moved: Cr Harley, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

That Condition 1.6 be deleted.

amendment 4 carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

propsoed Amendment 5

Moved: Cr Harley

That Condition 2 be deleted and replaced with the following:

 

2.       Time Limited Approval

 

This approval is granted for a term of three four years from the date the use commences, after which time the use shall cease to operate unless further approval is sought;

 

AMENDMENT LAPSED FOR WANT OF A SECONDER

 

proposed Amendment 6

Moved: Cr Harley

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

That Condition 2 be deleted.

 

AMENDMENT LAPSED FOR WANT OF A SECONDER

 

proposed Amendment 7

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

3.       Operational Management

Use of the premises shall be carried out in accordance with the Daily Operations and Procedures date stamped 28 April 2019 or any revised Procedure approved by the City. The Procedure shall be reviewed in within the first six months of the use commencing, and every 12 months thereafter. with aAny changes identified during this review or by the City, shall be being incorporated into an updated Procedure approved by the City as part of the review;

 

At 7:39 pm, Cr Dan Loden left the meeting.

At 7:41 pm, Cr Dan Loden returned to the meeting.

 

amendment 7 carried Unanimously (6-2)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Cr Fotakis and Cr Harley

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Council Decision Item 9.4

Moved: Cr Harley, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That Council, in accordance with Section 31 of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004, the provisions of the City of Vincent Local Planning Scheme No. 2 and the Metropolitan Region Scheme, SETS ASIDE the City’s decision of 18 March 2019 and APPROVES the application for the Change of Use to an Unlisted Use (Dog Day Care) at No. 11 (Lot: 4; S/P:7727) Douglas Street, Perth, in accordance with plans provided in Attachment 4, subject to the following conditions, with the associated determination advice notes in Attachment 11:

 

1.       Use of Premises

1.1     The premises shall be used for the purposes of the care of dogs as detailed in the Daily Operations and Procedures date stamped 28 April 2019;

1.2     A maximum of 35 dogs per day shall be cared for at any one time;

1.3     The hours of operation shall be limited to between 6:30am and 6:00pm Monday to Friday;

1.4     The overnight boarding of dogs shall not permitted on the premises; and

1.5     Dogs shall not be permitted in common areas on the site other than for access to and from the premises, and must be on a leash;

2.       Time Limited Approval

 

This approval is granted for a term of three years from the date the use commences, after which time the use shall cease to operate unless further approval is sought;

 

3.       Operational Management

Use of the premises shall be carried out in accordance with the Daily Operations and Procedures date stamped 28 April 2019 or any revised Procedure approved by the City. The Procedure shall be reviewed within the first six months of the use commencing, and every 12 months thereafter. Any changes identified during this review or by the City, shall be incorporated into an updated Procedure approved by the City as part of the review;

4.       Waste Management

4.1     Waste shall be managed in accordance with the Waste Management Plan date stamped 3 December 2018; and

4.2     A plan indicating the location of a bin store of sufficient size and suitably accessible to accommodate the City’s bin requirement shall be lodged with and approved by the City prior to the commencement of the use. The bin store shall be provided in accordance with the plan approved by the City prior to the occupation or use of the development and to the satisfaction of the City; and

 

5.       Bicycle Parking

A minimum of four bicycle bays are to be provided onsite. Bicycle bays must be provided at a location convenient for staff to access. The bicycle facility shall be designed in accordance with AS2890.3.

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


 

12          Chief Executive Officer

12.5        Annual review of Council delegations

TRIM Ref:                  D19/82167

Authors:                   Meluka Bancroft, Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

Jay Naidoo, Manager Development & Design

Authoriser:                David MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer

Attachments:             1.       Council Delegations Register 2019/20 (in mark up)   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       RECEIVES the annual review of the delegations made by Council to the Chief Executive Officer in accordance with section 5.46(2) of the Local Government Act 1995; and

2.       DELEGATES BY ABSOLUTE MAJORITY the local government functions listed in the City’s Council Delegations Register 2019/20 included as Attachment 1.

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

proposed Amendment

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

1.1          An additional condition on this delegation being included in Delegation 17.1    Determination of Various Applications for Development Approval under the City’s Local Planning Scheme as follows:

 

This delegation does not extend to applications for development approval that propose more than three (3) ‘Dwellings (Grouped)’ or ‘Dwellings (Multiple)’ and do not meet the deemed-to-comply standards or acceptable outcomes in relation to car parking of State Planning Policy 3.1: Residential Design Codes.”

 

Amendment carried (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Council Decision Item 9.4

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

1.         RECEIVES the annual review of the delegations made by Council to the Chief Executive Officer in accordance with section 5.46(2) of the Local Government Act 1995.

 

1.1      An additional condition on this delegation being included in Delegation 17.1    Determination of Various Applications for Development Approval under the City’s Local Planning Scheme as follows:

This delegation does not extend to applications for development approval that propose more than three (3) ‘Dwellings (Grouped)’ or ‘Dwellings (Multiple)’ and do not meet the deemed-to-comply standards or acceptable outcomes in relation to car parking of State Planning Policy 3.1: Residential Design Codes; and

 

2.       DELEGATES BY ABSOLUTE MAJORITY the local government functions listed in the City’s Council Delegations Register 2019/20 included as Attachment 1.

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


 

9            Planning and Place

9.6          Mount Hawthorn Town Centre Place Plan

TRIM Ref:                  D19/78544

Author:                     Georgia Lawrence, Place Manager

Authoriser:                Stephanie Smith, Manager Policy and Place

Attachments:             1.       Draft Volume 3 - Mount Hawthorn Town Centre Place Plan   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       ENDORSES the Draft Volume 3: Mount Hawthorn Town Centre Place Plan included as Attachment 1 for the purpose of advertising; and

2.       INVITES submissions from the community on the Draft Volume 3: Mount Hawthorn Town Centre Place Plan for a period of 28 days by way of local public notice, postcard delivery to Mount Hawthorn Town Centre businesses, display at the Administration and Civic Centre and Library and publication on the City’s website and social media platforms.

Council Decision Item 9.6

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

At 8:17 pm, Cr Joanne Fotakis left the meeting.

 

At 8:17 pm, Cr Joanne Fotakis returned to the meeting.

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                         25 June 2019

 

9.7          Place Plan Minor Annual Review

TRIM Ref:                  D19/50605

Author:                     Tahnee Bunting, Place Manager

Authoriser:                Stephanie Smith, Manager Policy and Place

Attachments:             1.       Volume 1 - Vincent Town Centre Place Plan  

2.       Volume 2 - North Perth Town Centre Place Plan  

3.       Implementation Framework Progress Update VTCPP  

4.       Implementation Framework Progress Update NPTCPP  

5.       Volume 1 - Vincent Town Centre Place Plan - Highlighted Amendments  

6.       Volume 2 - North Perth Town Centre Place Plan - Highlighted Amendments  

7.       Volume 1 - Vincent Town Centre Place Plan - Draft Update  

8.       Volume 2 - North Perth Town Centre Place Plan - Draft Update   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       ADOPTS the revised Volume 1: Vincent Town Centre Place Plans and Volume 2: North Perth Town Centre Place Plan included as Attachment 5 and Attachment 6; and

2.       NOTES:

2.1     the annual review of the Place Plans for 2019; and

2.2     that Administration will update Volume 1: Vincent Town Centre Place Plans and Volume 2: North Perth Town Centre Place Plan, included as Attachment 4 and Attachment 5, on the City’s website and will notify all town teams.

 

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That the recommendation be adopted.

Amendment 1

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

 That recommendation 1 be amended as follows:

 

1.       ADOPTS the revised Volume 1: Vincent Town Centre Place Plans and Volume 2: North Perth Town Centre Place Plan included as Attachment 5 and Attachment 6, subject to the following: ; and

 

1.1     Amending Item 1.12 of the Vincent Town Centre Place Plan included as Attachment 5 as follows:

 

The City should plan for the future of its current and future landholdings. A strategy could be developed to explore the strategic acquisition of land for a variety of purposes which could include affordable housing, parking improvements, and enhanced town centre connections, opportunities for office sites to support day trade activities and consideration of renewable energy opportunities;

Amendment 1 lost (0-8)

For:             Nil

Against:      Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Amendment 2

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That recommendation 1 be amended as follows:

 

1.       ADOPTS the revised Volume 1: Vincent Town Centre Place Plans and Volume 2: North Perth Town Centre Place Plan included as Attachment 5 and Attachment 6, subject to the following: ; and

 

1.1     Amending Item 1.12 of the Vincent Town Centre Place Plan included as Attachment 5 as follows:

 

The City should plan for the future of its current and future landholdings. A strategy could be developed to explore the strategic acquisition of land or City owned land for a variety of purposes which could include affordable housing, parking improvements, and enhanced town centre connections and opportunities for office sites to support day trade activities and consideration of renewable energy opportunities;

 

amendment 2 carried Unanimously (7-1)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Cr Harley

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Amendment 3

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Castle

That recommendation 1 be amended as follows:

1.       ADOPTS the revised Volume 1: Vincent Town Centre Place Plans and Volume 2: North Perth Town Centre Place Plan included as Attachment 5 and Attachment 6, subject to the following:

 

1.1       Amending Item 1.12 of the Vincent Town Centre Place Plan included as Attachment 5 as follows:

The City should plan for the future of its current and future landholdings. A strategy could be developed to explore the strategic acquisition of land or use of City owned land for a variety of purposes which could include affordable housing, parking improvements, enhanced town centre connections and opportunities for office sites to support day trade activities and consideration of renewable energy opportunities;

 

Amendment 3 carried unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Council Decision Item 9.7

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That Council:

1.       ADOPTS the revised Volume 1: Vincent Town Centre Place Plans and Volume 2: North Perth Town Centre Place Plan included as Attachment 5 and Attachment 6, subject to the following:

 

1.1       Amending Item 1.12 of the Vincent Town Centre Place Plan included as Attachment 5 as follows:

The City should plan for the future of its current and future landholdings. A strategy could be developed to explore the strategic acquisition of land or use of City owned land for a variety of purposes which could include affordable housing, parking improvements, enhanced town centre connections and opportunities for office sites to support day trade activities and consideration of renewable energy opportunities;

 

2.       NOTES:

2.1     the annual review of the Place Plans for 2019; and

2.2     that Administration will update Volume 1: Vincent Town Centre Place Plans and Volume 2: North Perth Town Centre Place Plan, included as Attachment 4 and Attachment 5, on the City’s website and will notify all town teams.

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                         25 June 2019

10          Infrastucture and Environment

10.1        Waste Strategy Project 2 - Bulk Hard Waste (Junk) Service Options Appraisal

TRIM Ref:                  D19/55866

Author:                     Yvette Plimbley, Manager Waste and Recycling

Authoriser:                Andrew Murphy, Executive Director Infrastructure & Environment

Attachments:             1.       Waste Strategy 2018 - 2023 Excerpt   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       NOTES options presented for future hard waste (junk) services, resulting from a service review undertaken as part of Waste Strategy Project 2; and

2.       REQUESTS Administration presents the results of the consultation back to Council by December 2019. 

Council Decision Item 10.1

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

lost (0-8)

For:             Nil

Against:      Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Alternative Recommendation

Moved: Cr Harley, Seconded: Cr Castle                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

That Council:

 

1.         NOTES options presented for future hard waste (junk) services, resulting from a service review undertaken as part of Waste Strategy Project 2; and

2.       DOES NOT support Option One - Cease to Provide the Service;

 

3.         REQUESTS further investigation of options that may be more tailored to suit the City of Vincent community, including but not limited to:

3.1       maintenance of current annual service with consideration of ways to achieve higher diversion from landfill and reduce amenity and verge obstruction issues;

3.2       more detailed free on demand services options, including consideration of neighbourhood or street based collection services; and

3.3       opportunities for recyclable and reusable goods to be offered for free on verges and/or timed to coincide with events linked to recycling, such as the Garage Sale Trail weekend;

 

4.         REQUESTS:

4.1       that further refined options are presented to the Community Engagement Panel for feedback prior to community consultation and to inform development of the Public Engagement and Communications Strategy;

4.2       that the proposed detailed Public Engagement and Communications Strategy includes objectives and rationale for any change in service and is presented to Council with the refined options for bulk hard waste collection prior to community consultation; and

4.3       that procurement for the continuation for the existing service in February 2020 be undertaken, with a shorter bulk waste presentation period to minimise dumping, visual amenity and verge access issues.

Amendment 1

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

That Council:

 

1.         NOTES options presented for future hard waste (junk) services, resulting from a service review undertaken as part of Waste Strategy Project 2; and

2.         DOES NOT support Option One - Cease to Provide the Service;

3.         REQUESTS further investigation of options that may be more tailored to suit the City of Vincent community, including but not limited to:

3.1       maintenance of current  an annual service with consideration inclusion of meaningful ways to achieve higher diversion from landfill and reduce amenity and verge obstruction issues;

3.2       more detailed free on demand services options, including consideration of neighbourhood or street based collection services; and

3.3       opportunities for recyclable and reusable goods to be offered for free on verges and/or timed to coincide with events linked to recycling, such as the Garage Sale Trail weekend;

4.         REQUESTS:

4.1       that further refined options are presented to the Community Engagement Panel for feedback prior to community consultation and to inform development of the Public Engagement and Communications Strategy;

that the proposed detailed Public Engagement and Communications Strategy includes objectives and rationale for any change in service and is presented to Council with the refined options for bulk hard waste collection prior to community consultation; and

 

4.2       that procurement for the continuation for the existing service in February 2020 be undertaken, with a shorter bulk waste presentation period to minimise dumping, visual amenity and verge access issues.

Amendment 1 carried unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Amendment 2

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

That Council:

 

1.         NOTES options presented for future hard waste (junk) services, resulting from a service review undertaken as part of Waste Strategy Project 2; and

2.         DOES NOT support Option One - Cease to Provide the Service;

3.         REQUESTS further investigation of options that may be more tailored to suit the City of Vincent community, including but not limited to:

3.1       maintenance of an annual service with inclusion of meaningful ways to achieve higher diversion from landfill and reduce amenity and verge obstruction issues;

3.2       more detailed free on demand services options, including consideration of neighbourhood or street based collection services; and

3.3       opportunities for recyclable and reusable goods to be offered for free on verges and/or timed to coincide with events linked to recycling, such as the Garage Sale Trail weekend;

4.         REQUESTS:

4.1       that further refined options are presented to the Community Engagement Panel for feedback prior to community consultation and to inform development of the Public Engagement and Communications Strategy;

4.2       that the proposed detailed Public Engagement and Communications Strategy includes objectives and rationale for any change in service and is presented to Council with the refined options for bulk hard waste collection prior to community consultation; and

4.3       that procurement for the continuation for the existing  of a bulk hard waste service in February 2020 be undertaken, with a shorter bulk waste presentation period to minimise dumping, visual amenity and verge access issues.

Amendment 2 carried unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Council Decision Item 10.1

Moved: Cr Harley, Seconded: Cr Castle

That Council:

 

1.         NOTES options presented for future hard waste (junk) services, resulting from a service review undertaken as part of Waste Strategy Project 2; and

2.         DOES NOT support Option One - Cease to Provide the Service;

3.         REQUESTS further investigation of options that may be more tailored to suit the City of Vincent community, including but not limited to:

3.1       maintenance of an annual service with inclusion of meaningful ways to achieve higher diversion from landfill and reduce amenity and verge obstruction issues;

3.2       more detailed free on demand services options, including consideration of neighbourhood or street based collection services; and

3.3       opportunities for recyclable and reusable goods to be offered for free on verges and/or timed to coincide with events linked to recycling, such as the Garage Sale Trail weekend;

4.         REQUESTS:

4.1       that further refined options are presented to the Community Engagement Panel for feedback prior to community consultation and to inform development of the Public Engagement and Communications Strategy;

4.2       that the proposed detailed Public Engagement and Communications Strategy includes objectives and rationale for any change in service and is presented to Council with the refined options for bulk hard waste collection prior to community consultation; and

4.3       that procurement of a bulk hard waste service in February 2020 be undertaken, with a shorter bulk waste presentation period to minimise dumping, visual amenity and verge access issues.

alternative motion carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

REASON:  

 

Development of a comprehensive, upfront Public Engagement and Communications Strategy, including use of the Community Panel, will allow us to test some of the concerns and issues expressed in the community following the Notice of Motion adopted by Council on 2 April 2019. It will also allow for consideration of a broader range of options in response to the issues raised, and for those to inform consultation with the community.

 

Given the current hard waste (junk) service is an annual free and unlimited service, I do not believe that it would meet community expectation or be reasonable to cease to provide a service. Therefore, I do not see merit in advertising ‘cease to provide the service’ as an option.

 

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                         25 June 2019

 

10.3        North Perth Precinct Traffic Study

TRIM Ref:                  D19/81713

Author:                     Craig Wilson, Manager Asset & Engineering

Authoriser:                Andrew Murphy, Executive Director Infrastructure and Environment

Attachments:             1.       Transport Study Presentation North Perth  

2.       Plan No. 3525-CP-01   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       NOTES the discussion of the Urban Mobility Advisory Group (UMAG) at its meeting of 27 May 2019;

2.       APPROVES the installation of mid-block slow points, as shown in Attachment 1, in:

Alma Road, between Camelia and Persimmon Streets;

Camelia Street, between Vincent and Claverton Streets;

Claverton Street, between Camelia and Alfonso Streets;

Alfonso Street, between Calverton and Vincent Streets; and

Leake Street, between Grosvenor and Chelmsford Roads;

3.       APPROVES a pedestrian refuge island in Alfonso Street, corner Claverton Street, as shown in Attachment 2;

4.       AUTHORISES the Executive Director Infrastructure and Environment to determine the exact location and extent of the works described in recommendations 2 and 3 above, in consultation with affected adjacent landowners; and

5.       DEFERS any further works within the precinct until the outcome of the 40kph Speed Trial for the area south of Vincent Street is published and the findings considered;

6.       INFORMS the petitioners of the Council’s decision.

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Castle

That the recommendation be adopted.

Amendment 1

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Castle

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

 

That Council:

 

1.       NOTES the discussion of the Urban Mobility Advisory Group (UMAG) at its meeting of 27 May 2019;

2.       APPROVES the installation of mid-block slow points, as shown in Attachment 1, in:

Alma Road, between Camelia and Persimmon Streets;

Camelia Street, between Vincent and Claverton Streets;

Claverton Street, between Camelia and Alfonso Streets;

Alfonso Street, between Calverton and Vincent Streets; and

Leake Street, between Grosvenor and Chelmsford Roads;

3.       APPROVES a pedestrian refuge island in Alfonso Street, corner Claverton Street, as shown in Attachment 2;

4.       AUTHORISES the Executive Director Infrastructure and Environment to determine the exact location and extent of the works described in recommendations 2 and 3 above, in consultation with affected adjacent landowners; and

5.       DEFERS any further works within the precinct until the outcome of the 40kph Speed Zone Trial for the area south of Vincent Street is published and the findings considered;

6.       INFORMS the petitioners of the Council’s decision; and

 

7.       REQUESTS that Administration, as part of the Integrated Transport Plan, gives consideration to creating precincts that restricts through traffic and support traffic flow along main roads to create more pedestrian and bike friendly environments.

amendment 1 lost (3-5)

For:             Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle and Cr Loden

Against:      Mayor Cole, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Castle

That Council:

1.       NOTES the discussion of the Urban Mobility Advisory Group (UMAG) at its meeting of 27 May 2019;

2.       APPROVES the installation of mid-block slow points, as shown in Attachment 1, in:

Alma Road, between Camelia and Persimmon Streets;

Camelia Street, between Vincent and Claverton Streets;

Claverton Street, between Camelia and Alfonso Streets;

Alfonso Street, between Calverton and Vincent Streets; and

Leake Street, between Grosvenor and Chelmsford Roads;

3.       APPROVES a pedestrian refuge island in Alfonso Street, corner Claverton Street, as shown in Attachment 2;

4.       AUTHORISES the Executive Director Infrastructure and Environment to determine the exact location and extent of the works described in recommendations 2 and 3 above, in consultation with affected adjacent landowners; and

5.       DEFERS any further works within the precinct until the outcome of the 40kph Speed Trial for the area south of Vincent Street is published and the findings considered;

 

 

6.       INFORMS the petitioners of the Council’s decision.

lost (0-8)

For:             Nil

Against:      Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Alternative Recommendation

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Castle

That Council:

 

1.       NOTES the discussion of the Urban Mobility Advisory Group (UMAG) at its meeting of 27 May 2019;

2.       APPROVES a pedestrian refuge island in Alfonso Street, corner Claverton Street, as shown in Attachment 2;

3.       INVITES lead petitioner/community representatives to attend the next Urban Mobility Advisory Group (UMAG) meeting to discuss the North Perth Precinct Traffic Study and their vision to make the streets safer and more liveable;

 

4.       ADVERTISES the traffic calming proposal arising from the North Perth Precinct Traffic Study, and any recommendations of UMAG, within budget allocation to affected streets in the precinct and seek community comment;

 

5.       Provide outcomes of the consultation and recommended course of action to Council by September 2019; and

 

6.       INFORMS the petitioners of the Council’s decision.

 

 

Amendment 2

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Castle

That the recommendation be added to as follows:

7.         REQUESTS that Administration, as part of the Integrated Transport Plan, examine the pros and cons to creating precincts that restricts through traffic and support traffic flow along main roads to create more pedestrian and bike friendly environments.

 

Amendment 2 LOST (4-4)

(Casting vote - Mayor Cole)

For:             Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Loden and Cr Murphy

Against:      Mayor Cole, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley and Cr Topelberg

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Amendment 3

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be added to as follows:

7.         REQUESTS that Administration undertake an audit of the precinct in the 2019/20 financial year to identify the footpath condition, opportunities for street tree planting, and whether the street lighting meets current standards.

Amendment 3 carried unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Council Decision Item 10.3

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Castle

That Council:

 

1.         NOTES the discussion of the Urban Mobility Advisory Group (UMAG) at its meeting of 27 May 2019;

2.       APPROVES a pedestrian refuge island in Alfonso Street, corner Claverton Street, as shown in Attachment 2;

3.       INVITES lead petitioner/community representatives to attend the next Urban Mobility Advisory Group (UMAG) meeting to discuss the North Perth Precinct Traffic Study and their vision to make the streets safer and more liveable;

 

4.      ADVERTISES the traffic calming proposal arising from the North Perth Precinct Traffic Study, and any recommendations of UMAG, within budget allocation to affected streets in the precinct and seek community comment;

 

5.         Provide outcomes of the consultation and recommended course of action to Council by September 2019; and

 

6.         INFORMS the petitioners of the Council’s decision; and

 

7.         REQUESTS that Administration undertake an audit of the precinct in the 2019/20 financial year to identify the footpath condition, opportunities for street tree planting, and whether the street lighting meets current standards.

alternative motion carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

REASON:

 

Council addresses volume and speed on Alfonso, Alma (west of Leake), Camelia, Claverton, Persimmon, Sekem Place and Vine Streets and engages with residents to develop acceptable measures to make these streets safe and more liveable; and the measures developed are included in the next Council Budget round.

 

11          Community and Business Services

11.4        Adoption of 2019/20 Annual Budget

TRIM Ref:                  D19/86827

Author:                     John Paton, Executive Manager - Office of the CEO

Authoriser:                David MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer

Attachments:             1.       Draft Budget 2019/20 - Commentary  

2.       Financial Statements 2019/20 Budget  

3.       Draft Capital Budget 2019/20  

4.       Summary of Draft Income and Expenditure by Directorate  

5.       Fees and Charges Schedule 2019/20   


Recommendation:

That Council BY ABSOLUTE MAJORITY:

1.       BUDGET:

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.2(1) of the Local Government Act 1995 and Part 3 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996, ADOPTS the City of Vincent Annual Budget as detailed in Attachments 2 and 3 for the 2019/20 financial year, which includes:

1.1        Statement of Comprehensive Income by Nature or Type showing a net result for that year of ($2,177,557) as detailed on Attachment 2 page 2;

1.2        Statement of Comprehensive Income by Program showing a net result for that year of ($2,177,557) as detailed on Attachment 2 page 4;

1.3        Statement of Cash Flows showing a net cash provided by operations of $7,136,927 and net decrease in cash held of $10,372,597 as detailed on Attachment 2 page 6;

1.4        Rate Setting Statement by Program showing an amount required to be raised from rates of $35,586,543 as detailed on Attachment 2 page 7;

1.5        Transfers to/from Reserves as detailed on the Cash Backed Reserves Statement showing a 30 June 2020 Closing Balance of $8,139,442 as detailed on Attachment 2 page 20;

1.6        Notes to and forming part of the Budget as included in Attachment 2; and

1.7        Capital Works Program showing a total of $14,775,377 (including 2018/19 carry forward projects) as detailed on Attachment 3 pages 1 - 4.

2.         RATES:

NOTES consideration of the submission received in response to the Notice published in accordance with section 6.36(1) of the Local Government Act 1995 and for the purpose of yielding up the deficiency disclosed by the Budget adopted in 1 above, Council pursuant to Sections 6.32, 6.33 and 6.35 of the Local Government Act 1995, IMPOSES the following differential general rates and minimum payments on Gross Rental Values:

2.1        General Rates

·       Residential                                     6.663  cents in the dollar

·       Commercial Vacant                        12.817 cents in the dollar

·       Other                                              6.718  cents in the dollar

 

 

2.2        Minimum Payments

·       Residential                                     $1,214.30

·       Commercial Vacant                        $1,537.40

·       Other                                              $1,214.30

2.3        RATE PAYMENT OPTIONS:

Pursuant to Section 6.45 of the Local Government Act 1995 and Regulation 64(2) of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996, ADOPTS the following due dates for payment in full by instalments:

 

INSTALMENT

DATE

(a)

Due Date/First instalment

26 August 2019

(b)

Second instalment

29 October 2019

(c)

Third instalment

7 January 2020

(d)

Fourth instalment

10 March 2020

 

2.4        INSTALMENT AND ARRANGEMENTS, ADMINISTRATION FEES AND INTEREST CHARGES:

2.4.1     Pursuant to Section 6.45(3) of the Local Government Act 1995 and Regulation 67 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996, ADOPTS an instalment administration charge of $13.00 per instalment for payment of rates by instalments, to apply to the second, third and fourth instalment; and

2.4.2     Pursuant to Section 6.45(3) of the Local Government Act 1995 and Regulation 68 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996, ADOPTS an interest rate of 5.5% where the owner has elected to pay rates through an instalment option;

2.5        LATE PAYMENT INTEREST ON OVERDUE RATES AND AMOUNTS:

ADOPTS an interest rate of 11% per annum, calculated daily from the due date and continuing until the date of payment on overdue:

2.5.1     rates in accordance with Section 6.51(1) of the Local Government Act 1995 and Regulation 70 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996, subject to Section 6.51(4) of the Local Government Act 1995; and

2.5.2     amounts due to the City in accordance with Section 6.13 of the Local Government Act 1995;

Subject to the following exclusions - deferred rates, current instalment amounts not yet due under instalment payment options, registered pensioner portions and current government pensioner rebate amounts;

3.         RUBBISH CHARGE:

Pursuant to Section 67 of the Waste Avoidance and Resources Recovery Act 2007, ADOPTS the following annual charges for the removal of domestic waste and recycling for all non-rateable properties receiving the service:

·        660L weekly waste collection                    $1,064

·        240L weekly waste collection                    $386

·        140L weekly waste collection                    $243

·        240L fortnightly recycling collection         $101

·        360L fortnightly recycling collection         $133

4.         REPORTING OF BUDGET VARIANCES:

Pursuant to Regulation 34(5) of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996, ADOPTS the monthly reporting variance for the 2019/20 financial year of 10% or more, where that variance is also more than $20,000;

 

5.         FEES AND CHARGES:

 

Pursuant to Section 6.16 of the Local Government Act 1995, ADOPTS the Schedule of Fees and Charges included in Attachment 5;

 

6.         RATES WAIVER:

          

Pursuant to Section 6.47 of the Local Government Act 1995, WAIVES the 2019/20 local government rates for the following groups:

 

·        Floreat Athena Soccer Club             Litis Stadium                                  $24,367.53

·        Leederville Cricket Club Inc             Britannia Reserve                             $2,384.89

·        Earlybirds Playgroup Inc                 87 The Boulevarde                           $1,214.30

·        Highgate Forrest Park Playgroup     Forrest Park                                     $2,072.50

·        Volleyball WA                                   Royal Park                                        $3,749.99

·        North Perth Community Garden       Woodville Reserve                           $1,214.30

·        Vincent Men’s Shed                         Woodville Reserve                           $1,356.36

·        North Perth Bowling Club                Woodville Reserve                           $3,559.87

·        North Perth Tennis Club                  Woodville Reserve                           $2,583.07

·        Tennis Seniors WA                           Robertson Park                                $6,220.87

·        Forrest Park Croquet Club               Forrest Park                                     $5,072.09

·        Perth Soccer Club                            Forrest Park                                     $1,615.68

·        Perth Soccer Club                            Dorrien Gardens                             $18,612.89

·        Azzurri Bocce Club                          Dorrien Gardens                               $4,804.04

·        Loftus Community Centre                Loftus Centre                                   $6,368.33

·        Gymnastics WA Inc.                         Loftus centre                                  $13,730.58

·        Loton Park Tennis Club                   Loton Park                                       $2,855.15

·        Leederville Tennis Club                   Richmond St Leederville                  $3,352.28

·        East Perth Football Club Inc            Leederville Oval                              $10,837.45

·        Subiaco Football Club Inc                Leederville Oval                              $12,794.61

·        North Perth Playgroup Inc               15 Haynes Street, North Perth          $1,214.30

·        Mount Hawthorn Toy Library Inc      Mt Hawthorn Community Centre      $1,214.30

·        Mount Hawthorn Playgroup Inc       Mt Hawthorn Community Centre      $1,214.30

·        Floreat Athena Soccer Club Inc       Britannia Reserve                             $2,384.89

·        Swimming WA Inc                            Beatty Park                                       $3,775.52

 

                                                                TOTAL                                          $138,570.09

 

7.         REFINANCE OF LOAN FOR 246 VINCENT STREET

 

Pursuant to Section 6.20 of the Local Government Act 1995, APPROVES the establishment of a loan facility for $1,000,000, to refinance the loan for the building at 246 Vincent Street, Leederville.

 

 

 

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

Amendment

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

 

That Council by ABSOLUTE MAJORITY:

1.         BUDGET:

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.2(1) of the Local Government Act 1995 and Part 3 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996, ADOPTS the City of Vincent Annual Budget as detailed in Attachments 2 and 3 for the 2019/20 financial year, which includes:

1.1        Statement of Comprehensive Income by Nature or Type showing a net result for that year of ($2,177,557) as detailed on Attachment 2 page 2;

1.2        Statement of Comprehensive Income by Program showing a net result for that year of ($2,177,557) as detailed on Attachment 2 page 4;

1.3        Statement of Cash Flows showing a net cash provided by operations of $7,136,927 and net decrease in cash held of $10,372,597 as detailed on Attachment 2 page 6;

1.4        Rate Setting Statement by Program showing an amount required to be raised from rates of $35,586,543 as detailed on Attachment 2 page 7;

1.5        Transfers to/from Reserves as detailed on the Cash Backed Reserves Statement showing a 30 June 2020 Closing Balance of $8,139,442 as detailed on Attachment 2 page 20;

1.6        Notes to and forming part of the Budget as included in Attachment 2; and

1.7        Capital Works Program showing a total of $14,775,377 (including 2018/19 carry forward projects) as detailed on Attachment 3 pages 1 – 4.

Subject to the following budget amendment being reflected in the appropriate Statutory Statements above:

·         Decrease Rate Revenue by $60,045.

2.       RATES:

NOTES consideration of the submission received in response to the Notice published in accordance with section 6.36(1) of the Local Government Act 1995 and for the purpose of yielding up the deficiency disclosed by the Budget adopted in 1 above, Council pursuant to Sections 6.32, 6.33 and 6.35 of the Local Government Act 1995, IMPOSES the following differential general rates and minimum payments on Gross Rental Values:

2.1        General Rates

·           Residential                                     6.663 6.650  cents in the dollar

·           Commercial Vacant                        12.817 cents in the dollar

·           Other                                              6.718  cents in the dollar

 


 

2.2        Minimum Payments

·           Residential                                     $1,214.30 $1,211.90

·           Commercial Vacant                        $1,537.40 $1,516.40

·           Other                                              $1,214.30 $1,197.70

 

Amendment carried unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Council Decision Item 11.4

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That Council by ABSOLUTE MAJORITY:

1.         BUDGET:

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.2(1) of the Local Government Act 1995 and Part 3 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996, ADOPTS the City of Vincent Annual Budget as detailed in Attachments 2 and 3 for the 2019/20 financial year, which includes:

1.1        Statement of Comprehensive Income by Nature or Type showing a net result for that year of ($2,177,557) as detailed on Attachment 2 page 2;

1.2        Statement of Comprehensive Income by Program showing a net result for that year of ($2,177,557) as detailed on Attachment 2 page 4;

1.3        Statement of Cash Flows showing a net cash provided by operations of $7,136,927 and net decrease in cash held of $10,372,597 as detailed on Attachment 2 page 6;

1.4        Rate Setting Statement by Program showing an amount required to be raised from rates of $35,586,543 as detailed on Attachment 2 page 7;

1.5        Transfers to/from Reserves as detailed on the Cash Backed Reserves Statement showing a 30 June 2020 Closing Balance of $8,139,442 as detailed on Attachment 2 page 20;

1.6        Notes to and forming part of the Budget as included in Attachment 2; and

1.7        Capital Works Program showing a total of $14,775,377 (including 2018/19 carry forward projects) as detailed on Attachment 3 pages 1 – 4.

Subject to the following budget amendment being reflected in the appropriate Statutory Statements above:

·         Decrease Rate Revenue by $60,045.

2.       RATES:

NOTES consideration of the submission received in response to the Notice published in accordance with section 6.36(1) of the Local Government Act 1995 and for the purpose of yielding up the deficiency disclosed by the Budget adopted in 1 above, Council pursuant to Sections 6.32, 6.33 and 6.35 of the Local Government Act 1995, IMPOSES the following differential general rates and minimum payments on Gross Rental Values:

2.1        General Rates

·           Residential                                     6.650  cents in the dollar

·           Commercial Vacant                        12.817 cents in the dollar

·           Other                                              6.718  cents in the dollar

 


2.2        Minimum Payments

·           Residential                                     $1,211.90

·           Commercial Vacant                        $1,516.40

·           Other                                              $1,197.70

·            

carried by Absolute Majority (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


 

11.5        Amendments to the Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law 2007

TRIM Ref:                  D19/47582

Authors:                   Chris Dixon, Projects and Strategy Officer

Meluka Bancroft, Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

Authoriser:                Michael Quirk, Executive Director Community Engagement

Attachments:             1.       Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2019 draft  

2.       Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law 2007 marked up draft   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       GIVES statewide and local public notice, in accordance with section 3.12 of the Local Government Act 1995 stating that:

1.1     It is proposed to make the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2019 at Attachment 1;

1.2     The purpose of the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2019 is to amend the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law 2007 to:

1.2.1     Introduce alternative methods of payment for parking;

1.2.2     Create new definitions and offences; and

1.2.3     To make administrative modifications so that the local law aligns with the City’s current objectives and processes;

1.3     The effect of the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2019 is to:

1.3.1     allow alternative methods of payment for parking; 

1.3.2     update the definition of tickets to allow tickets to be issued via mobile devices; and

1.3.3     provide administrative modifications to ensure the local law aligns with the City’s current objectives and processes;

1.4     Copies of the proposed local law are available for inspection at the City’s Administration & Civic Centre, Library and Local History Centre and on its website; and

1.5     Submissions on the proposed local law may be made to the City within a period of not less than six weeks after public notice is given;

2.       NOTES that in accordance with Section 3.12(3)(b) of the Local Government Act 1995 a copy of the proposed local laws and public notice will be provided to the Minister for Local Government; and

3.       NOTES that any submissions received as a result of the public notice provided as set out in 1. above will be presented to Council for consideration.

 

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

 

At 9:49 pm, Cr Jimmy Murphy left the meeting.

 

At 9:52 pm, Cr Jimmy Murphy returned to the meeting.

Amendment

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

 

1.2     The purpose of the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2019 is to amend the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law 2007 to:

 

1.2.1  introduce alternative methods of payment for parking;

 

1.2.2  create new definitions and offence; and

 

1.2.3  to make administrative modifications so that the local law aligns with the City’s current objectives and processes; and

 

1.2.4  introduce a method for an authorised person to determine whether a vehicle presents a hazard or restricts lawful use of a public place. 

 

1.3     The effect of the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2019 is to:

 

1.3.1  allow alternative methods of payment for parking;

 

1.3.2  update the definition of tickets to allow tickets to be issued via mobile devices; and

 

1.3.3  provide administrative modifications to ensure the local law aligns with the City’s current objectives and processes; and

 

1.3.4  allow an authorised person to determine whether a vehicle presents a hazard or restricts lawful use of a public place.

 

Amendment carried unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Council Decision Item 11.5

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That Council:

1.       GIVES statewide and local public notice, in accordance with section 3.12 of the Local Government Act 1995 stating that:

1.1     It is proposed to make the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2019 at Attachment 1;

1.2     The purpose of the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2019 is to amend the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law 2007 to:

 

1.2.1            introduce alternative methods of payment for parking;

 

1.2.2            create new definitions and offence;

 

1.2.3            to make administrative modifications so that the local law aligns with the City’s current objectives and processes; and

 

1.2.4            introduce a method for an authorised person to determine whether a vehicle presents a hazard or restricts lawful use of a public place. 

 

1.3       The effect of the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Amendment Local Law 2019 is to:

 

1.3.1            allow alternative methods of payment for parking;

 

1.3.2            update the definition of tickets to allow tickets to be issued via mobile devices;

 

1.3.3            provide administrative modifications to ensure the local law aligns with the City’s current objectives and processes; and

 

1.3.4            allow an authorised person to determine whether a vehicle presents a hazard or restricts lawful use of a public place.

1.4     Copies of the proposed local law are available for inspection at the City’s Administration & Civic Centre, Library and Local History Centre and on its website; and

1.5     Submissions on the proposed local law may be made to the City within a period of not less than six weeks after public notice is given;

2.       NOTES that in accordance with Section 3.12(3)(b) of the Local Government Act 1995 a copy of the proposed local laws and public notice will be provided to the Minister for Local Government; and

3.       NOTES that any submissions received as a result of the public notice provided as set out in 1. above will be presented to Council for consideration

 

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

 


 

11.6        City Homelessness Framework Committee - Draft Action Plan

TRIM Ref:                  D19/82838

Author:                     Sandra Watson, Manager Community Partnerships

Authoriser:                Michael Quirk, Executive Director Community and Business Services

Attachments:             1.       City Homelessness Framework Committee Action Plan   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       NOTES the City Homelessness Framework Committee Action Plan (Attachment 1); and

2.       ENDORSES the trial of the accreditation process for service providers working in the homelessness sector in the City of Vincent commencing August 2019.

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Fotakis

That the recommendation be adopted.

Amendment

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Fotakis

That the recommendation be added to as follows:

 

3.         REQUESTS that Administration provide an update on implementation of the City Homelessness Framework Committee Action Plan and the broader Western Australian 10 Year Strategy on Homelessness by December 2019.

 

Amendment carried (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Council Decision Item 11.6

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Fotakis

That Council:

1.       NOTES the City Homelessness Framework Committee Action Plan (Attachment 1);

2.       ENDORSES the trial of the accreditation process for service providers working in the homelessness sector in the City of Vincent commencing August 2019; and

3.       REQUESTS that Administration provide an update on implementation of the City Homelessness Framework Committee Action Plan and the broader Western Australian 10 Year Strategy on Homelessness by December 2019.

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

12          Chief Executive Officer

12.1        Corporate Business Plan Progress Update

TRIM Ref:                  D19/81838

Author:                     Tracy Spadanuda, Special Project Officer

Authoriser:                John Paton, Executive Manager - Office of the CEO

Attachments:             1.       Corporate Business Plan 2018/19 - 2021/22 Progress Update   

Recommendation:

That Council RECEIVES the Progress Report for the City of Vincent Corporate Business Plan 2018/19 – 2021/22 included as Attachment 1.

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

proposed Amendment

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be amended as follows:

That Council:

1.     RECEIVES the Progress Report for the City of Vincent Corporate Business Plan 2018/19 – 2021/22 included as Attachment 1.; and

 

2.     That an updated corporate business plan will be presented to Council by August 2019.

 

amendment carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

Council Decision Item 12.1

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Loden

That Council:

1.     RECEIVES the Progress Report for the City of Vincent Corporate Business Plan 2018/19 – 2021/22 included as Attachment 1; and

 

2.     That an updated corporate business plan will be presented to Council by August 2019.

carried Unanimously (8-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

At 9:59 pm, Cr Alex Castle left the meeting.

 


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12.2        Community Budget Submissions 2019/20

TRIM Ref:                  D19/78187

Author:                     John Paton, Executive Manager - Office of the CEO

Authoriser:                David MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer

Attachments:             1.       Community Budget Submissions 2019/20   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       RECEIVES the 2019/20 Community Budget Submissions and ENDORSES Administration’s responses to those submissions as detailed in Attachment 1; and

2.       Subject to adoption of the 2019/20 Annual Budget, NOTIFIES the persons and groups who made a Community Budget Submission of the outcome of their proposal.

Council Decision Item 12.2

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (7-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Fotakis, Cr Harley, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

(Cr Castle was absent from the Council Chamber and did not vote.)

At 9:59 pm, Cr Alex Castle returned to the meeting.

 


 

Council Decision

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That Council PERMIT the meeting to continue beyond the maximum duration period as prescribed in Council Policy 4.2.3.

Carried Unanimously (6-0)

(Cr Castle was absent from the Council Chamber and did not vote.)

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

(Cr Harley was absent from the Council Chamber and did not vote.)

 


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12.4        Termination of Multicultural Services Centre of WA's sub lease of the wellness centre at Woodville Reserve, 10 Farmer Street, North Perth

TRIM Ref:                  D19/60434

Authors:                   Caroline Ngunjiri, Property Officer

Meluka Bancroft, Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

Authoriser:                David MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer

Attachments:             1.       Plan of the Premises, 10 Farmer Street, North Perth   

Recommendation:

That Council:

 

1.       APPROVES by mutual agreement the termination of the Multicultural Services Centre of WA Inc.’s sub lease of a portion of the building located at Woodville Reserve, 10 Farmer Street, North Perth, effective 25 June 2019; and

 

2.       NOTES that the Chief Executive Officer will invite expressions of interest for the short term sub lease (2 – 3 years) of the building from community organisations and report back to Council. 

 

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That the recommendation be adopted.

At 10:03 pm, Cr Roslyn Harley left the meeting.

proposed Amendment

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That the recommendation be added to as follows:

2.       NOTES that the Chief Executive Officer will invite expressions of interest for the short term sub lease (2 – 3 years) of the building from community organisations and report back to Council by December 2019.

Amendment carried unanimously (7-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

(Cr Harley was absent from the Council Chamber and did not vote.)

Council Decision Item 12.4

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That Council:

 

1.       APPROVES by mutual agreement the termination of the Multicultural Services Centre of WA Inc.’s sub lease of a portion of the building located at Woodville Reserve, 10 Farmer Street, North Perth, effective 25 June 2019; and

 

2.       NOTES that the Chief Executive Officer will invite expressions of interest for the short term sub lease (2 – 3 years) of the building from community organisations and report back to Council by December 2019. 

 

carried Unanimously (7-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

(Cr Harley was absent from the Council Chamber and did not vote.)

 

 


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12.6        Appointment of an alternative member for the Mindarie Regional Council meeting - 4 July 2019

TRIM Ref:                  D19/85655

Author:                     Meluka Bancroft, Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

Authoriser:                David MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer

Attachments:             Nil

Recommendation:

That Council APPROVES BY ABSOLUTE MAJORITY the appointment of Councillor …………………… as its Alternate Member (Deputy) for the Mindarie Regional Council meeting to be held on 4 July 2019, due to Council's appointed Member, Mayor Emma Cole, attending civic duties on this date.

Council Decision Item 12.6

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That Council APPROVES BY ABSOLUTE MAJORITY the appointment of Councillor Gontaszewski as its Alternate Member (Deputy) for the Mindarie Regional Council meeting to be held on 4 July 2019, due to Council's appointed Member, Mayor Emma Cole, attending civic duties on this date.

carried Unanimously (7-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

(Cr Harley was absent from the Council Chamber and did not vote.)

 


 

12.7        Report and minutes of Audit Committee meeting held on 11 June 2019

TRIM Ref:                  D19/82092

Author:                     Natasha Brooks, Governance and Council Support Officer

Authoriser:                Meluka Bancroft, Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

Attachments:             1.       Minutes from the Audit Committee meeting of 11 June 2019   

Recommendation:

That Council RECEIVES this report from the Audit Committee meeting of 11 June 2019 and the minutes of that meeting at Attachment 1.

Council Decision Item 12.7

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (7-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

(Cr Harley was absent from the Council Chamber and did not vote.)


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13          Motions of Which Previous Notice Has Been Given

13.1        Notice of Motion - Mayor Cole - Request to Modify Delegated Authority Register for Waiving Cash-in-Lieu of Car Parking for up to Five Bays

That Council:

1.       DELEGATES BY ABSOLUTE MAJORITY to the Chief Executive Officer the authority to not require cash-in-lieu of car parking or reciprocal parking arrangements on development approvals where the application proposes a parking shortfall of five bays or less, in accordance with Policy No. 7.7.1 – Non-Residential Development Parking Requirements; and

2.       REQUESTS Administration prepare an Information Package for businesses seeking to change the approved use of a building, including how to address car parking requirements, and promote this with the local business community.

 

Council Decision Item 13.1

Moved: Mayor Cole, Seconded: Cr Murphy

That the recommendation be adopted.

                                                          carried Unanimously (7-0)

For:             Mayor Cole, Cr Gontaszewski, Cr Castle, Cr Fotakis, Cr Loden, Cr Murphy and Cr Topelberg

Against:      Nil

(Cr Hallett was on approved leave of absence for the Meeting.)

(Cr Harley was absent from the Council Chamber and did not vote.)

 


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14          Questions by Members of Which Due Notice Has Been Given (Without Discussion)

Nil

15          Representation on Committees and Public Bodies

Nil

16          Urgent Business

Nil

17          Confidential Items/Matters For Which the Meeting May be Closed   

Nil

18          Closure

There being no further business, the Presiding Member, Mayor Emma Cole, declared the meeting closed at 10.08pm with the following persons present:

 

PRESENT:                 Mayor Emma Cole                                 Presiding Member

                                 Cr Susan Gontaszewski                         South Ward

                                 Cr Alex Castle                                        North Ward

                                 Cr Joanne Fotakis                                 North Ward

                                 Cr Dan Loden                                        North Ward

                                 Cr Jimmy Murphy                                  South Ward

                                 Cr Joshua Topelberg                             South Ward

IN ATTENDANCE:     David MacLennan                Chief Executive Officer

                                 John Corbellini                    A/Executive Director Planning and Place

                                 Andrew Murphy                   Executive Director Infrastructure and Environment

                                                    Michael Quirk                     A/Executive Director Community and

                                                                                                Business Services

                                 Jordan Koroveshi                A/Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

                                 Natasha Brooks                   Governance and Council Support Officer

 

Media:                       Nil

Public:                      Nil

 

These Minutes were confirmed by the Council as a true and accurate record of the Ordinary Meeting of the Council held on 25 June 2019.

 

 

 

Signed: ............................................................................ Mayor Emma Cole

 

 

 

Dated this ………………………………… day of …………………………………………………2019