MINUTES

 

Ordinary Council Meeting

 

20 August 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                    20 August 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. 5

(B) Response to Previous Public Questions Taken On Notice. 6

4          Applications for Leave of Absence. 6

5          The Receiving of Petitions, Deputations and Presentations. 7

6          Confirmation of Minutes. 8

7          Announcements by the Presiding Member (Without Disussion) 8

7.1             Native Plant Sale – North Perth Common. 8

7.2             EOI for Free Events in the North Perth Common. 8

7.3             FOGO 3 Bin System.. 8

7.4             Sunday – Community Business Pitch. 9

8          Declarations of Interest 9

REPORTS. 9

Items Approved "En Bloc": 11

9.1             No. 161 (Lot: 890; D/P: 413584) Loftus Street, Leederville - Ten Multiple Dwellings (Amendment to Approval) 12

9.2             No. 12 (Lot: 4, S/P: 78266) Nova Lane, North Perth - Single Dwelling. 14

9.3             Nos. 17-39 (Lot: 38-44; D/P: 613) Robinson Avenue, Perth - Alterations and Additions to Hotel (Amendment to Approved - Unauthorised Existing Development) 16

10.1           Minor Parking Restriction Improvements/Amendments. 17

11.1           Investment Report as at 31 July 2019. 18

11.3           Financial Statements as at 31 July 2019. 19

12.1           Information Bulletin. 20

12.2           Adoption of Council Election Period Policy. 21

11        Community and Business. 22

11.5           Pop-Up Play Consultation Results [ABSOLUTE MAJORITY DECISION REQUIRED] 22

9          Planning and Place. 24

9.6             No. 48 (Lot: 202; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn - Proposed Single House. 24

9.7             No. 48A (Lot: 201; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn - Proposed Single House. 27

9.5             No. 11 (Lot: 1; D/P: 12979) Buxton Street, Mount Hawthorn - Proposed Single House. 32

9.4             No. 377 (Lot: 162; D/P: 2630) Walcott Street, Coolbinia - Proposed Four Multiple Dwellings (Amendment to Approved) 35

9.8             Food Stallholder Fees - Minor Review [ABSOLUTE MAJORITY DECISION REQUIRED] 36

11        Community and Business. 38

11.2           Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 July 2019 to 31 July 2019. 38

11.4           Draft Safer Vincent Plan 2019-2022. 39


 

12        Chief Executive Officer 40

12.3           Annual Corporate Business Plan Review and Update [ABSOLUTE MAJORITY DECISION REQUIRED] 40

12.4           2019 Organisational Review. 41

13        Motions of Which Previous Notice Has Been Given. 42

13.1           Notice of Motion - Cr Dan Loden - Asbestos Awareness. 42

14        Questions by Members of Which Due Notice Has Been Given (Without Discussion) 43

15        Representation on Committees and Public Bodies. 43

16        Urgent Business. 43

17        Confidential Items/Matters For Which the Meeting May be Closed. 43

17.1           Chief Executive Officer's Performance and Remuneration Review 2018-2019 and Draft CEO Key Performance Indicators 2019-2020. 44

18        Closure. 45

 

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                    20 August 2019

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

ON
Tuesday, 20 August 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 Jonathan Hallett               South Ward

                                 Cr Roslyn Harley                   North Ward

                                 Cr Dan Loden                        North Ward

                                 Cr Jimmy Murphy                 South Ward

                                 Cr Joshua Topelberg            South Ward

IN ATTENDANCE:     David MacLennan                 Chief Executive Officer

                                 Andrew Murphy                    Executive Director Infrastructure & Environment

                                 John Corbellini                     A/Executive Director Community & Business Services

Stephanie Smith                   A/Executive Director Planning & Place

                                 Meluka Bancroft                    Manager Governance, Property & Contracts

                                 Jay Naidoo                            Manager Development & Design

                                 Joslin Colli                           Coordinator Planning Services

                                 Sharron Kent                        Council Support Officer

Media:                       Nil.

Public:                      Approximately 11 members of the public.

1       Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country

The Presiding Member, Mayor Emma Cole declared the meeting open at 6.06pm 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

Nil.

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       Norelle O’Neill of Mount Hawthorn - Item 11.5

·         Supports the underlying principles of pop-up play;

·         Raised concerns on the following components of the report: consultation, workshop, impacts on the environment, ongoing monitoring, conflicts with users, safety; and

·         Requested a full cost breakdown of the Brittania Reserve pop-up play infrastructure.

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Ms O’Neill for her comments.

 

3.2  David Wilson of Mount Hawthorn – Items 9.6 and 9.7

·                Referred to 5 February 2019 Council resolution refusing the application and reasons for refusal; and

·                Spoke against the application for reasons of: adverse impact, solar restrictions, does not meet provisions set by Council, not keeping to streetscape, non-compliant landscaping and canopy maturity.

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

 

3.3  Paul Black of Mount Hawthorn – Item 9.5

·                Spoke in support of the application; and

·                Concerned about possible reasons for refusal: character retention, setback and sub-division.

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

 

3.4  Aaron Sta Maria of Urbanista Town Planning of Perth – Items 9.6 and 9.7

·                Spoke in support of the application; and

·                Stated that the application was consistent with planning requirements.

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

 

3.5  Corey Freeman of Mount Hawthorn – Items 9.6 and 9.7

·                Spoke against the application for reasons of: minimal change between this and the last submission in 2018, community objections remain unchanged, disagreement with streetscape characteristics; and

·                Concerned about the validity of the request to compromise on bulk and scale of the landscaping and canopy which in itself is not in keeping with the supposed characteristic of streetscape.

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

 

There being no further speakers, Public Question Time closed at approximately 6.22pm.

(B)    Response to Previous Public Questions Taken On Notice

Nil.

4            Applications for Leave of Absence

Council Decision

Moved: Cr Harley, Seconded: Cr Castle

That Cr Jonathan Hallett’s request for a leave of absence for the period 20-25 October 2019 to travel interstate be approved.

Carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil


 

5            The Receiving of Petitions, Deputations and Presentations

The Council received the following Deputations:

 

5.1     Katharina Popp of Kindling Creative, Leederville – Item 11.5

Speaking to slides Katharina stated that:

·                She has gotten to know ‘play’ and Pop-Up Play over the past 3 years;

·                Pop-Up Play addresses importantly issues with ‘play’: ‘independent mobility’, ‘risky play’, ‘variablity in play’, ‘intergenerational and expansive play’ and ‘activating public spaces’;

·                The street is the “starting point for all journeys” – quote from Tim Gill 2007, play expert and consultant, www.rethinkingchildhood.com who links the health of the City directly to the ability to see the children who are playing out - “Children are an indicator species for cities”;

·                The lack of independent play and independent mobility has recently been linked to increases in anxiety and depression on young people – Pop-Up Play allows them to make decisions as there is no predetermined way to use the space;

·                Brittania Park has been constantly activated and full with people of all ages using the space which means it is now opened up and it feels safer, lighter and brighter;

·                Caters to a broad range of ages and abilities by design – for example, bigger jumps and smaller jumps – encourages intergenerational play which is rare today;

·                Rae Street Play Street has completed training and become members of boards including Play Australia WA which is underpinned by Article 31: children’s right to play, accessed and chosen freely;

·                The barriers to free play in Australia today is general lack of open spaces, and spaces that offer choice of how to play;

·                We hear a lot about ‘risk’ in play but that’s changing and being addressed by a number of oganisations including Kid-Safe – making an area ‘safe enough’ – the ability to access risk and to learn to judge a risk and deal with the consequences is a part of growing up (ie. ‘as safe as necessary’);

·                Pop-Up Play invites creativity and participation and a great way to activate public spaces and increase feeling of safe, liveable neighbourhoods – roaming ranges are increasing beyond the front gate.

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Ms Popp for her Deputation.

 

5.2     Damien Caraher of Matthews & Scavalli Architects, Applecross – Item 9.6 and Item 9.7

Speaking to slides Damien stated that:

·                He requested that that point 1(b) from the 5 February 2019 Ordinary Council Meeting related to the compatability of the garages be expanded with some quantitative data as judging compatability is somewhat objective as seen in the latest planning assessment and disagrees with the officers conclusions;

·                The main issue is garage dominance:  doesn’t meet design principles and deemed to comply requirements - height, bulk, scale, orientation and appearance of the development;

·                Disagrees with the following key points raised in the report:

o    Egina Street is characterised by single and two-storey single houses that present double garages to the street;

o    There are no examples of double garages that occupy greater than 50 percent of the lot width;

o    The cumulative effect of the street setback, proposed canopy coverage and inclusion of an open-faced balcony to the street façade assists with mitigating the overall impact of building bulk and scale;

o    There is potential for the creation of lots through subdivison that comply with the planning framework that have a side-to-side lot configuration, including along Egina Street.  This is relevant when considering the future streetscape character of Egina Street.

 

The Presiding Member Mayor Emma Cole thanked Mr Caraher for his Deputation.

6            Confirmation of Minutes

COUNCIL DECISION

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Fotakis

That the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Council held 23 July 2019 be confirmed as a true and correct record.

Carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

7            Announcements by the Presiding Member (Without Disussion)

The Presiding Member Emma Cole made the following announcements:

7.1          Native Plant Sale – North Perth Common

The City tried something new on the weekend - we moved our native plant sale away from the library where it has been for an incredibly long time to our new North Perth Common, which is our new square in the heart of North Perth.  It is about trying to really get some activation and a good variety of events happening in that space and it was fantastic to see that it resulted in a record attendance and record plant sales - also aided by the fact that we finally got an EFTPOS machine happening and our plant sales have increased, we have entered the 21st century!  Lots of positive feedback from people who attended, who hadn’t actually experienced the Common in its closed form, closed to cars and lots of room to move – people found it a great space and a lot of people commented they were off for breakfast/coffee and they were making the most of being in the town centre, so that was a great result.

7.2          EOI for Free Events in the North Perth Common

The City is about to release an EOI for free events in the North Perth Common.  Currently we are working with North Perth Local, our local town team.  We have 34 events scheduled already for the coming year.  The EOI is going out to say to people who want to host an event we are going to waive hire fees, potentially be able to support events with in-kind support and our grants and it’s about trying to get as much activity happening in that North Perth town centre.  Equally, we have offered to Beaufort Street Network, the Mary Street Piazza for free use and to Leederville Connect, the Leederville Village Square for free use.  Leederville Connect is already making full use of that and they are holding a series of events coming up, including ‘Eaterville’.  So that’s a great result.

7.3          FOGO 3 Bin System

The City is taking its first step in consultation with the community over the introduction of the FOGO 3 bin system.  We will be doing a lot of consultation over the new system as we do recognise it’s a significant change at the doorstop for our residents.  This is really kick starting the process – it’s a relatively simple survey trying to raise awareness that we are embarking on this engagement process to ask people their circumstances in terms of their dwelling, and to ask them whether they have any comments or concerns so that we can identify where people have questions, the sorts of issues they may have concerns about and we can directly work with residents to have a smoother rollout as soon as possible and to talk to community about any issues before we roll out in October 2020.  We typically find about 55% of our green lid bin is food and garden organics and we stand to not only divert a lot of waste from landfill but over time save money in our landfilling costs because of the landfill levy growing more and more.  This meets our target of trying to achieve zero waste landfill by 2028 so this is a significant step forward for us.  Submissions close
6 September 2019.

 


 

7.4          Sunday – Community Business Pitch

On Sunday 18 August 2019 I attended the Pirate Bar in Mount Hawthorn for Transition Town Vincents Vincent Soup event which is a micro granting program where people who want to start a new community group or event or something to add to the community, pitch to the audience – everybody pays $10 and they get soup and a vote.  It’s a very simple idea but it results in some really great outcomes.  Last year this resulted in the Vincent Community Kitchen idea getting off the ground and Teresa, who has been running that out of the North Perth Town Hall, came back to report that over the last year the initiative - which brings people together to cook with food that’s been donated that would otherwise go in the bin – has saved 1,000kg of food and they see 50-60 people per month come together at the North Perth Town Hall to cook together and spend time together, so it’s really a lovely initiative bringing people together.  Phil won the day with his idea of a tool library in Vincent and great to see that he was thinking beyond tools to cake tins and sharing of camping equipment – so that really caused quite a lot of excitement in the audience!  So I just wanted to raise that some of these events really do bring people together and the Transition Town Vincent has done a great idea with bringing sustainable ideas to life with really good community benefit so well done to them.

8            Declarations of Interest

8.1          Cr. Dan Loden disclosed a conflict of impartiality interest in Item 9.5 No. 11 (Lot: 1; D/P: 12979) Buxton Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House.  The extent of his interest in this matter is that he knows one of the people located within the consultation area through his son’s school.

 

8.2          Mayor Emma Cole disclosed a conflict of impartiality interest in Item 9.5 No. 11 (Lot: 1; D/P: 12979) Buxton Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House.  The extent of her interest in this matter is that she is a friend of one of the submitters, through her children formerly being in the same playgroup.

 

8.3          Cr Dan Loden disclosed a conflict of impartiality interest in Item 9.6 No. 48 (Lot: 202; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House.  The extent of his interest in this matter is that he has a personal association with one of the affected residents through his involvement in the Fathering project.

 

8.4          Cr Dan Loden disclosed a conflict of impartiality interest in Item 9.7 No. 48A (Lot: 201; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House.  The extent of his interest in this matter is that he has a personal association with one of the affected residents through his involvement in the Fathering project.

 

8.5          Chief Executive Officer, David MacLennan, disclosed a conflict of financial interest in Item 17.1 Chief Executive Officer’s Annual Performance Review October 2018 – June 2019.  The extent of his interest in this matter is that it relates to his performance in the role of Chief Executive Officer, his remuneration and his contract of employment with the City.

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:

Item 9.5     No. 11 (Lot: 1; D/P: 12979) Buxton Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House

Item 9.6     No. 48 (Lot: 202; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House

Item 9.7     No. 48A (Lot: 201; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House

Item 11.5   Pop Up Play Consultation Results

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

Item 9.8     Food Stallholder Fees – Minor Review

Item 12.3   Annual Corporate Business Plan Review and Update


 

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

Item 9.5     No. 11 (Lot: 1; D/P: 12979) Buxton Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House

Item 9.6     No. 48 (Lot: 202; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House

Item 9.7     No. 48A (Lot: 201; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House

Item 17.1   Chief Executive Officer’s Performance and Remuneration Review 2018-2019 and Draft CEO Key Performance Indicators 2019-2020

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 Harley

11.2 Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 July 2019 – 31 July 2019

Cr Fotakis

11.4 Draft Safer Vincent Plan 2019-2022

Cr Hallett

13.1 Notice of Motion – Cr Dan Loden – Asbestos Awareness

Cr Murphy

12.4 2019 Organisational Review

Cr Topelberg

9.4   No. 377 (Lot: 162; D/P: 2630) Walcott Street, Coolbinia – proposed Four Multiple Dwellings (Amendment to Approval)

 

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:

Item 9.1       No. 161 (Lot: 890; D/P: 413584) Loftus Street, Leederville – Ten Multiple Dwellings (Amendment to Approval)

Item 9.2       No. 12 (Lot: 4, S/P: 78266) Nova Lane, North Perth – Single Dwelling

Item 9.3       Nos. 17-39 9lot: 38-44; D/P: 613) Robinson Avenue, Perth – Alterations and Additions to Hotel (Amendment to Approved – Unauthorised Existing Development)

Item 10.1     Minor Parking Restriction Improvements/Amendments

Item 11.1     Investment Report as at 31 July 2019

Item 11.3     Financial Statements as at 31 July 2019

Item 12.1     Information Bulletin

Item 12.2     Adoption of Council Election Period Policy

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

Item 17.1     Chief Executive Officer’s Performance and Remuneration Review 2018-2019 and Draft CEO Key Performance Indicators 2019-2020

 


 

Items Approved "En Bloc":

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

Council Decision

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

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

 

Item 9.1       No. 161 (Lot: 890; D/P: 413584) Loftus Street, Leederville – Ten Multiple Dwellings (Amendment to Approval)

Item 9.2       No. 12 (Lot: 4, S/P: 78266) Nova Lane, North Perth – Single Dwelling

Item 9.3       Nos. 17-39 (Lot: 38-44; D/P: 613) Robinson Avenue, Perth – Alterations and Additions to Hotel (Amendment to Approved – Unauthorised Existing Development)

Item 10.1     Minor Parking Restriction Improvements/Amendments

Item 11.1     Investment Report as at 31 July 2019

Item 11.3     Financial Statements as at 31 July 2019

Item 12.1     Information Bulletin

Item 12.2     Adoption of Council Election Period Policy

carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil


 

9.1          No. 161 (Lot: 890; D/P: 413584) Loftus Street, Leederville - Ten Multiple Dwellings (Amendment to Approval)

TRIM Ref:                  D19/105970

Author:                     Karsen Reynolds, Urban Planner

Authoriser:                Joslin Colli, Coordinator Planning Services

Ward:                        North

Attachments:             1.       Location Map  

2.       Minutes of the 9 September 2014 Council Meeting  

3.       Minutes of the 18 December 2016 Council Meeting  

4.       Previously Approved Development Plans   

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 Ten Multiple Dwellings (amendment to approval) at No. 161 (Lot: 890; D/P: 413584) Loftus Street, subject to the following conditions:

1.       All conditions, requirements and advice notes detailed on development approval 5.2014.311.1 and 5.2016.296.1 granted on 9 September 2014 and 13 December 2016 respectively continue to apply to this approval, except as follows:

1.1     Condition 7 of the development approval is deleted and replaced with the following condition:

7.       Public Art

 

7.1     In accordance with City of Vincent Policy 7.5.13 Percent for Art the application is required to make a public art contribution of $25,000 being one percent of the $2,500,000 through one of the following options:

         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 would receive a 15 percent discount on the Percent for Art contribution.

 

7.2     The owner(s), or the applicant on behalf of the owner(s), shall comply with the City of Vincent Percent for Policy No. 7.5.13 – Public Art:

 

(1)      Option 1 –

         Within 30 days of development approval, obtain approval for the Public Art Project and associated Artist; and

 

         Within 90 days of development approval, install the approved public art project, and thereafter maintain the art work;

 

OR

 

(2)      Option 2 –

         Within 30 days of development approval pay the above cash-in-lieu contribution amount.

Council Decision Item 9.1

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

Carried Unanimously “En Bloc” (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


 

9.2          No. 12 (Lot: 4, S/P: 78266) Nova Lane, North Perth - Single Dwelling

TRIM Ref:                  D19/94233

Author:                     Natasha Trefry, Urban Planning Advisor

Authoriser:                Joslin Colli, Coordinator Planning Services

Ward:                        North

Attachments:             1.       Consultation and Location Plan  

2.       Development Plans  

3.       Streetscape Analysis  

4.       Applicant Justification  

5.       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 Single Dwelling at No. 12 (Lot: 4; S/P: 78266) Nova Lane, North Perth in accordance with the plans in Attachment 2, subject to the following conditions, with the associated advice notes in Attachment 5:

1.       Boundary Walls

The owners of the subject land shall finish and maintain the surface of the boundary walls facing No. 12A Nova Lane and No. 10A Nova Lane in a good and clean condition prior to the practical completion of the development and thereafter maintained to the satisfaction of the City. The finish of the walls are to be fully rendered or facebrick to the satisfaction of the City;

2.       Landscaping Plan

2.1     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 lodgement of a Building Permit. 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 provision of 15 percent of the site area as deep soil zone and 30 percent canopy cover at maturity; 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 occupancy or use of the development and maintained thereafter to the satisfaction of the City at the expense of the owners/occupiers;

3.       Sight Lines

No walls, letterboxes or fences above 0.75 metres in height to be constructed within the 1.5 metre of where:

3.1     walls, letterboxes or fences adjoin vehicular access points to the site; or

3.2     a driveway meets a public street; or

3.3     two streets intersect; unless otherwise approved by the City of Vincent;

4.       Stormwater

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

5.       Car Parking and Access

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

5.2     Vehicle access points are required to match into existing right of way levels; and

5.3     All new crossovers shall be constructed in accordance with the City’s Standard Crossover Specifications;

6.       Visual Privacy

Prior to occupancy or use of the development, all windows from the Master Suite, Kitchen and Family/Dining area shall be glazed in an obscure material and permanently fixed to comply in all respects with the requirements of Clause 5.4.1 of the Residential Design Codes (Visual Privacy) deemed-to-comply provisions, to the satisfaction of the City;

7.       External Fixtures

All external fixtures, such as television antennas (of a non-standard type), radio and other antennaes, satellite dishes, solar panels, external hot water heaters, air conditioners, and the like, shall not be visible from the street(s), are designed integrally with the building, and be located so as not to be visually obtrusive; and

8.       Detailed Schedule of External Finishes

Prior to the commencement of development a detailed schedule of external finishes (including materials and 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.

Council Decision Item 9.2

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

Carried Unanimously “En Bloc” (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


 

9.3          Nos. 17-39 (Lot: 38-44; D/P: 613) Robinson Avenue, Perth - Alterations and Additions to Hotel (Amendment to Approved - Unauthorised Existing Development)

TRIM Ref:                  D19/104296

Author:                     Mitchell Hoad, Senior Urban Planner

Authoriser:                Joslin Colli, Coordinator Planning Services

Ward:                        South

Attachments:             1.       Location Map  

2.       Development Plans  

3.       Minutes of the 28 June 2016 Council Meeting  

4.       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 Alterations and Additions to Hotel (Amendment to Approved - Unauthorised Existing Development) at Nos. 17-39 (Lot: 38-44; D/P: 613) Robinson Avenue, Perth, in accordance with the plans shown in Attachment 2 dated 22 July 2019, subject to the following conditions and Advice Notes contained in Attachment 4:

Conditions

1.       This approval is for Alterations and Additions to Hotel (Amendment to ApprovedUnauthorised Existing Development) as shown on the plans dated 22 July 2019. No other development forms part of this approval; and

2.       All conditions and advice notes detailed on development approval 5.2016.86.1 granted on 28 June 2016 continue to apply to this approval.

Council Decision Item 9.3

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

Carried Unanimously “En Bloc” (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


 

10.1        Minor Parking Restriction Improvements/Amendments

TRIM Ref:                  D19/98072

Author:                     Craig Wilson, Manager Asset & Engineering

Authoriser:                Andrew Murphy, Executive Director Infrastructure and Environment

Attachments:             1.       Plan No. 3529-PP-01  

2.       Plan No. 3530-PP-01  

3.       Plan No. 3531-PP-01   

Recommendation:

That Council:

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

1.1     install a ‘yellow’ No Stopping zone in Shakespeare Street, Leederville, opposite Aranmore Catholic College, Plan No. 3529-PP-01 (Attachment 1);

1.2     remove an on-road parking space in Scott Street, Leederville, corner Bourke Street, Plan No. 3530-PP-01 (Attachment 2); and

1.3     convert the exclusive Taxi Zone in Grosvenor Road, adjacent the Flying Scotsman Tavern, to a Loading Zone during the day, 6.00am to 6.00pm, and Taxi Zone at night 6.00pm to 6.00am, Monday to Sunday, Plan No. 3531-PP-01 (Attachment 3).

Council Decision Item 10.1

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

Carried Unanimously “En Bloc” (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


 

11.1        Investment Report as at 31 July 2019

TRIM Ref:                D19/115413

Author:                     Nirav Shah, Coordinator Financial Services

Authoriser:             John Corbellini, A/Executive Director Community and Business Services

Attachments:          1.       Investment report July 2019   

Recommendation:

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

Council Decision Item 11.1

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

Carried Unanimously “En Bloc” (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


 

11.3        Financial Statements as at 31 July 2019

TRIM Ref:                  D19/116809

Author:                     Nirav Shah, Coordinator Financial Services

Authoriser:                John Corbellini, A/Executive Director Community and Business Services

Attachments:             1.       Monthly financial statements as at 31 July 2019   

Recommendation:

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

Council Decision Item 11.3

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

Carried Unanimously “En Bloc” (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


 

12.1        Information Bulletin

TRIM Ref:                  D19/77507

Author:                     Emma Simmons, Governance and Council Support Officer

Authoriser:                David MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer

Attachments:             1.       Unconfirmed Minutes of the Urban Mobility Advisory Group meeting held on 11 March 2019  

2.       Unconfirmed Minutes of the Urban Mobility Advisory Group meeting held on 15 April 2019  

3.       Unconfirmed Minutes of the Urban Mobility Advisory Group meeting held on 27 May 2019  

4.       Confirmed Minutes of the Design Review Panel Meeting held on 5 June 2019  

5.       Confirmed Minutes of the Design Review Panel Meeting held on 3 July 2019  

6.       Confirmed Minutes of the Design Review Panel Meeting held on 10 July 2019  

7.       Unconfirmed Minutes of the Children and Young People Advisory Group Meeting held on 1 July 2019  

8.       Unconfirmed Minutes of the Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group Meeting held on 1 July 2019  

9.       Minutes of Mindarie Regional Council Meeting held on 4 July 2019  

10.     Street Tree Removal Information  

11.     Statistics for Development Applications as at July 2019  

12.     Ranger Statistics for 1 January 2019 to 30 June 2019  

13.     Parking Infringement Write-Offs - 1 January 2019 to 30 June 2019  

14.     Register of Legal Action and Prosecutions Monthly - Confidential  

15.     Register of State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) Appeals – Progress Report as at 1 August 2019  

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

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

18.     Register of Petitions - Progress Report - August 2019  

19.     Register of Notices of Motion - Progress Report - August 2019  

20.     Register of Reports to be Actioned - Progress Report - August 2019   

Recommendation:

That Council RECEIVES the Information Bulletin dated July 2019.

Council Decision Item 12.1

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

Carried Unanimously “En Bloc” (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


 

12.2        Adoption of Council Election Period Policy

TRIM Ref:                  D19/110065

Author:                     Emma Simmons, Governance and Council Support Officer

Authoriser:                Meluka Bancroft, Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

Attachments:             1.       Council Election Period Policy   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       NOTES that at the conclusion of the local public notice period, no public submissions were received; and

2.       ADOPTS the Council Election Period Policy as detailed in Attachment 1.

Council Decision Item 12.2

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

Carried Unanimously “En Bloc” (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


 

11          COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS

11.5        Pop-Up Play Consultation Results

TRIM Ref:                  D19/120805

Author:                     Philippa Baker, Community Projects Officer

Authoriser:                John Corbellini, A/Executive Director Community and Business Services

Attachments:             1.       Location Pop-Up Play Trial - Woodville Reserve  

2.       Location Pop-Up Play Trial - Britannia Reserve  

3.       Location Pop-Up Play Trial - Beatty Park Reserve  

4.       Summary Graphs and Consultation Responses   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       NOTE the results of the community consultation received to date on the City’s Pop-Up Play initiative included in Attachment 4;

2.       APPROVES the ongoing use and improvements of the Woodville Reserve creative play space and Britannia Reserve pump track and bike trail;

3.       AUTHORISES BY AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY the reallocating of $40,000 within the 2019/20 Budget toward the overall Public Open Space Strategy 2018 Implementation budget; and

4.       Notes the following budget adjustments to facilitate 3. above:

Existing Budget Item

From

To

Playgrounds for under 4 year olds

$40,000

 

Public open space strategy implementation

 

$40,000

 

5.       NOTES that the following projects have been prioritised for implementation during this financial year in accordance with the Public Open Space Strategy Implementation budget included in the 2019/20 Budget:

·      Potential road to park and road reserve conversion in the vicinity of Brady, Powis, Jugan and Bonnievale streets, Mount Hawthorn (subject to further planning);

·      Active play and sports zone at Birdwood Square (subject to further planning);

·      Netball/basketball ring at Charles Veryard Reserve;

·      BBQ installation at Britannia Reserve;

·      Lighting installation at Leake/Alma Street Reserve; and

·    Amenity upgrades and replacements to meet minimum levels of service, including pop up play program initiatives.

 

Council Decision Item 11.5

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried by Absolute Majority (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


 

9            Planning and Place

9.6          No. 48 (Lot: 202; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn - Proposed Single House

TRIM Ref:                  D19/101127

Author:                     Clair Morrison, Urban Planner

Authoriser:                Jay Naidoo, Manager Development & Design

Ward:                        North

Attachments:             1.       Consultation and Location Map  

2.       Development Plans  

3.       Summary of Submissions - Administration's Response  

4.       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 the proposed Single House at No. 48 (Lot: 202; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn, in accordance with the plans in Attachment 2, subject to the following conditions, with the associated determination advice notes in Attachment 4:

1.       Simultaneous Construction

1.1     The owners must enter into a legal agreement with the City of Vincent drafted by the City’s solicitors at the expense of the owners which is to:

1.1.1  Require the owners to construct and complete the Single House simultaneously with the Single House approved on 20 August 2019 for the adjoining lot at No. 48A Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn;

1.1.2  Provide that the Single House must not be occupied until the Single House at No. 48A Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn is completed; and

1.1.3  Entitle the City to lodge an absolute caveat against the certificate of title for No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn preventing its disposal until the person to whom it is disposed enters into an agreement with the City to abide by the agreement with the owners;

1.2     Works relating to the single house must not be commenced until the agreement in condition 1.1 has been executed by the owners and the City; and

1.3     The owners must abide by the terms of the agreement referred to in condition 1.1;

2.       Boundary Walls

The owners of the subject land shall finish and maintain the surface of the boundary (parapet) walls facing No. 46 Egina Street in a good and clean condition prior to occupation or use of the development. The finish of the walls is to be fully rendered or face brickwork to the satisfaction of the City;

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;

4.       Stormwater

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

5.       Landscaping

5.1     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;

·       Areas to be irrigated or reticulated; and

·       A canopy cover of at least 21.8 percent;

5.2     All works shown in the plans as 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; and

6.       Schedule of External Finishes

Prior to commencement of development a detailed schedule of external finishes (including materials and 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.

Council Decision Item 9.6

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Fotakis

That the recommendation be adopted.

lost (0-9)

For:             Nil

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

Alternative Recommendation

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Fotakis

That Council, in accordance with the provisions of the City of Vincent Local Planning Scheme No. 2 and the Metropolitan Region Scheme, REFUSES the application for the proposed Single House at No. 48 (Lot: 202; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn, and accompanying plans in Attachment 2 for the following reasons:

 

1.       As a consequence of the bulk, scale and dominating appearance of the proposed single house and garage, the proposed development:

 

1.1     Is not an appropriate design for the context of the place and is inconsistent with Objective 1.3.1(a) of State Planning Policy 7.3: Residential Design Codes – Volume 1;

 

1.2     Is not compatible with the established residential area in which it is located and is inconsistent with an objective of the Residential zone under the Scheme;

 

1.3     Is not compatible with its setting (Clause 67(m) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015); and

 

 

1.4     Would have an adverse amenity impact on the amenity and detrimental impact on the character of the locality (Clause 67(n) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015;

 

2.       Contrary to an objective of the Residential zone under the Scheme, the design of the proposed development is contrary to sustainability principles because the landscaping design would restrict solar access and ventilation to private open space areas of the single house; and

 

3.       Adequate landscaping on-site has not been provided to reduce the impact of the proposed development on adjoining properties and the streetscape (Clause 67(p) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015).

 

REASON

The proposed development is not appropriate and not compatible in this locality in considering the matters to which Council must have due regard in making its decision with respect to a development application and in considering community submissions. The proposed single house and garage does not result in an acceptable level of bulk and scale, and the proposed built form outcome is not consistent with the established Egina Street streetscape.

carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                    20 August 2019

 

9.7          No. 48A (Lot: 201; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn - Proposed Single House

TRIM Ref:                  D19/101126

Author:                     Clair Morrison, Urban Planner

Authoriser:                Jay Naidoo, Manager Development & Design

Ward:                        North

Attachments:             1.       Consultation and Location Map  

2.       Development Plans  

3.       Summary of Submissions - Administration Response  

4.       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 the proposed Single House at No. 48A (Lot: 201; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn, in accordance with the plans in Attachment 2, subject to the following conditions, with the associated determination advice notes in Attachment 4:

1.       Simultaneous Construction

1.1     The owners must enter into a legal agreement with the City of Vincent drafted by the City’s solicitors at the expense of the owners which is to:

1.1.1  Require the owners to construct and complete the single house simultaneously with the Single House approved on 20 August 2019 for the adjoining lot at No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn;

1.1.2  Provide that the Single House must not be occupied until the Single House at No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn is completed; and

1.1.3  Entitle the City to lodge an absolute caveat against the certificate of title for No. 48A Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn preventing its disposal until the person to whom it is disposed enters into an agreement with the City to abide by the agreement with the owners;

1.2     Works relating to the Single House must not be commenced until the agreement in condition 1.1 has been executed by the owners and the City; and

1.3     The owners must abide by the terms of the agreement referred to in condition 1.1;

2.       Boundary Walls

The owners of the subject land shall finish and maintain the surface of the boundary (parapet) walls facing Nos. 48 and 50 Egina Street in a good and clean condition prior to occupation or use of the development. The finish of the walls is to be fully rendered or face brickwork to the satisfaction of the City;

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;

 

 

4.       Stormwater

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

5.       Landscaping

5.1     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;

·       Areas to be irrigated or reticulated;

·       A canopy cover of at least 23.2 percent; and

·       A minimum of one Weeping Peppermint tree of a 45 litre capacity shall be planted within the road verge as shown in the development approval plans.

5.2     All works shown in the plans as 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; and

6.       Schedule of External Finishes

Prior to commencement of development a detailed schedule of external finishes (including materials and 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.

Council Decision Item 9.7

 

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That the recommendation be adopted.

lost (0-9)

 

For:             Nil

 

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

 

Alternative Recommendation

 

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

 

That Council, in accordance with the provisions of the City of Vincent Local Planning Scheme No. 2 and the Metropolitan Region Scheme, REFUSES the application for the proposed Single House at No. 48A (Lot: 201; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn, and accompanying plans in Attachment 2 for the following reasons:

 

1.       As a consequence of the bulk, scale and dominating appearance of the proposed single house and garage, the proposed development:

 

1.1       Is not an appropriate design for the context of the place and is inconsistent with Objective 1.3.1(a) of State Planning Policy 7.3: Residential Design Codes – Volume 1;

 

1.2     Is not compatible with the established residential area in which it is located and is inconsistent with an objective of the Residential zone under the Scheme;

 

1.3     Is not compatible with its setting (Clause 67(m) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015); and

 

 

1.4     Would have an adverse amenity impact on the amenity and detrimental impact on the character of the locality (Clause 67(n) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015;

 

2.       Contrary to an objective of the Residential zone under the Scheme, the design of the proposed development is contrary to sustainability principles because the:

 

2.1     landscaping design would restrict solar access and ventilation to private open space areas of the single house; and

 

2.2     building design, including a two storey boundary wall, would restrict solar access and ventilation to No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn;

 

3.       The matters referred to in paragraphs 2.1 and 2.2 would have an adverse impact on the amenity of the occupants of the proposed development; and

 

4.       Adequate landscaping on-site has not been provided to reduce the impact of the proposed development on adjoining properties and the streetscape (Clause 67(p) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015).

 

Amendment to Alternative Recommendation

 

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

 

That points 1., 2. and 3. of Item 5.7 No. 48A (Lot: 201; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn – Proposed Single House of the Council Agenda Briefing held 13 August 2019, and as set out below, be added to this proposed Alternative Recommendation as points 5., 6. and 7.:

 

5.       The proposed lot boundary wall along the southern lot boundary does not satisfy the Design Principles of Clause 5.1.3 Lot Boundary Setbacks of State Planning Policy 7.3 Residential Design Codes – Volume 1 as the design and materials of the lot boundary wall presents an unacceptable level of building bulk and scale which;

5.1     Has not been designed to reduce the impact of building bulk to No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn;

5.2     Results in a detrimental amenity impact to the use and enjoyment of No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn; and

5.3     The lot boundary wall does not preserve the visual character of Egina Street, and negatively impacts on the streetscape and character of the street;

6.       As a result of the bulk impact of the proposed two-storey boundary wall, the development:

6.1     Is not compatible with the established residential area in which it is located and is inconsistent with an objective of the Residential zone under the Scheme;

6.2     Is not compatible with its setting (Clause 67(m) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015); and

6.3     Would have an adverse impact on the amenity and a detrimental impact on the character of the locality (Clause 67(n) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015); and

7.       The proposed development does not satisfy the Design Principles of Clause 5.4.2 Solar Access for Adjoining Sites of State Planning Policy 7.3 Residential Design Codes – Volume 1 and is contrary to sustainability principles that is an objective of the Residential Zone under the Scheme because:

7.1     The extent of overshadowing falls onto a significant portion of the southern adjoining site behind the street setback line, which restricts solar access to No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn; and

7.2     The development does not provide protection of solar access to No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn.

 

REASON

 

Council is not able to make decisions based upon taste or otherwise and seeks to enforce the planning rules.  Council is looking at the planning framework as it exists and through a series of meetings and process we have attempted to give as much feedback as possible to the applicant to explain the issues.  Whether it be a renewed application or a mediated outcome we would like to see something that is more sensitive to the area and with the ability to provide adequate landscaping on the southern lot in particular.

 

 

carried Unanimously (9-0)

 

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

 

Against:      Nil

 

 

Alternative Recommendation AS AMENDED

 

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

 

That Council, in accordance with the provisions of the City of Vincent Local Planning Scheme No. 2 and the Metropolitan Region Scheme, REFUSES the application for the proposed Single House at No. 48A (Lot: 201; D/P: 413236) Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn, and accompanying plans in Attachment 2 for the following reasons:

 

1.       As a consequence of the bulk, scale and dominating appearance of the proposed single house and garage, the proposed development:

 

1.1       Is not an appropriate design for the context of the place and is inconsistent with Objective 1.3.1(a) of State Planning Policy 7.3: Residential Design Codes – Volume 1;

 

1.2     Is not compatible with the established residential area in which it is located and is inconsistent with an objective of the Residential zone under the Scheme;

 

1.3     Is not compatible with its setting (Clause 67(m) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015); and

 

1.4     Would have an adverse amenity impact on the amenity and detrimental impact on the character of the locality (Clause 67(n) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015;

 

2.       Contrary to an objective of the Residential zone under the Scheme, the design of the proposed development is contrary to sustainability principles because the:

 

2.1     landscaping design would restrict solar access and ventilation to private open space areas of the single house; and

 

2.2     building design, including a two storey boundary wall, would restrict solar access and ventilation to No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn;

 

3.       The matters referred to in paragraphs 2.1 and 2.2 would have an adverse impact on the amenity of the occupants of the proposed development; and

 

4.       Adequate landscaping on-site has not been provided to reduce the impact of the proposed development on adjoining properties and the streetscape (Clause 67(p) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015).

 

5.       The proposed lot boundary wall along the southern lot boundary does not satisfy the Design Principles of Clause 5.1.3 Lot Boundary Setbacks of State Planning Policy 7.3 Residential Design Codes – Volume 1 as the design and materials of the lot boundary wall presents an unacceptable level of building bulk and scale which;

 

5.1     Has not been designed to reduce the impact of building bulk to No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn;

 

5.2     Results in a detrimental amenity impact to the use and enjoyment of No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn; and

 

5.3     The lot boundary wall does not preserve the visual character of Egina Street, and negatively impacts on the streetscape and character of the street;

 

6.       As a result of the bulk impact of the proposed two-storey boundary wall, the development:

 

6.1     Is not compatible with the established residential area in which it is located and is inconsistent with an objective of the Residential zone under the Scheme;

 

 

6.2     Is not compatible with its setting (Clause 67(m) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015); and

 

6.3     Would have an adverse impact on the amenity and a detrimental impact on the character of the locality (Clause 67(n) of the Deemed Provisions in Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015); and

 

7.       The proposed development does not satisfy the Design Principles of Clause 5.4.2 Solar Access for Adjoining Sites of State Planning Policy 7.3 Residential Design Codes – Volume 1 and is contrary to sustainability principles that is an objective of the Residential Zone under the Scheme because:

 

7.1     The extent of overshadowing falls onto a significant portion of the southern adjoining site behind the street setback line, which restricts solar access to No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn; and

 

7.2     The development does not provide protection of solar access to No. 48 Egina Street, Mount Hawthorn.

 

REASON

 

The proposed development is not appropriate and not compatible in this locality in considering the matters to which Council must have due regard in making its decision with respect to a development application and in considering community submissions. The proposed single house and garage does not result in an acceptable level of bulk and scale, and the proposed built form outcome is not consistent with the established Egina Street streetscape.

carried Unanimously (9-0)

 

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

 

Against:      Nil


 

9.5          No. 11 (Lot: 1; D/P: 12979) Buxton Street, Mount Hawthorn - Proposed Single House

TRIM Ref:                  D19/83695

Author:                     Natasha Trefry, Urban Planning Advisor

Authoriser:                Jay Naidoo, Manager Development & Design

Ward:                        North

Attachments:             1.       Consultation and Location Map  

2.       Development Plans (received 19 March 2019)  

3.       Development Plans (received 10 July 2019)  

4.       Development Plans (received 31 July 2019)  

5.       Summary of Submissions - Administration's Response (Consultation 1)  

6.       Justification from Applicant  

7.       Summary of Submissions - Administrations Response (Consultation 2)  

8.       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 Single Dwelling at No. 11 (Lot: 1: D/P: 12979) Buxton Street, Mount Hawthorn in accordance with the plans in Attachment 4, subject to the following conditions, with the associated advice noted in Attachment 8:

1.       External Fixtures

All external fixtures, such as television antennas (of a non-standard type), radio and other antennaes, satellite dishes, solar panels, external hot water heaters, air conditioners, and the like, shall not be visible from the street(s), are designed integrally with the building, and be located so as not to be visually obtrusive;

2.       Boundary Walls

The owners of the subject land shall finish and maintain the surface of the boundary wall facing 9 Buxton Street in a good and clean condition prior to the practical completion of the development and thereafter maintained to the satisfaction of the City. The finish of the walls are to be fully rendered or facebrick to the satisfaction of the City;

3.       Landscaping Plan

3.1     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 lodgement of a Building Permit. 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 a minimum of 15 percent deep soil area and 30 percent canopy, as defined by the City’s Policy No. 7.1.1 – Built Form; and

·       The provision of trees contributing towards canopy coverage within deep soil areas provided and within the front setback area. The tree species are to be in accordance with the City’s recommended tree species list;

3.2     All works shown in the plans as identified in Condition 3.1 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;

 

4.       Visual Privacy

Prior to occupancy or use of the development, all privacy screening to the balcony shall be visually impermeable and is to comply in all respects with the requirements of Clause 5.4.1 of the Residential Design Codes (Visual Privacy) deemed-to-comply provisions, to the satisfaction of the City;

5.       Sight Lines

No walls, letterboxes or fences above 0.75 metres in height to be constructed within the 1.5 metre of where:

5.1     walls, letterboxes or fences adjoin vehicular access points to the site; or

5.2     a driveway meets a public street; or

5.3     two streets intersect; unless otherwise approved by the City of Vincent;

6.       Stormwater

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

7.       Right of Way (ROW) Widening

7.1     The landowner shall remove any landscaping, development or other works and shall seal, drain and grade to match the existing right of way the area within 0.5 metres of the northern boundary of the lot, within 0.5 metres of the western boundary of the lot and the 2.0 metre by 2.0 metre truncation area between the northern and western areas at the time these portions of land are ceded to the City. Any costs associated with the above are the responsibility of the owner/applicant; and

7.2     The 0.5 metre setback to the northern ROW, 0.5 metre setback to the western ROW and 2.0 metre by 2.0 metre truncation setback between the northern and western ROW setback areas referred to in condition 7.1 above, shall be ceded free of cost to the City on subdivision or amalgamation of the land, including Built Strata subdivision;

8.       Outbuildings

The retained outbuilding shall only be used for domestic purposes, associated with the property and not for human habitation;

9.       Crossovers

Prior to the first occupation of the development, redundant or “blind” crossovers shall be removed and the verge and kerb made good to the satisfaction of the City’s Engineering Directorate, at the applicant/owner(s) full expense; and

10.     Colours and Materials Schedule

Prior to the commencement of development a detailed schedule of external finishes (including materials and 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.

 

Council Decision Item 9.5

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried (8-1)

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

Against:      Cr Topelberg

 

 

 


 

9.4          No. 377 (Lot: 162; D/P: 2630) Walcott Street, Coolbinia - Proposed Four Multiple Dwellings (Amendment to Approved)

TRIM Ref:                  D19/100058

Author:                     Dan McCluggage, Urban Planner

Authoriser:                Joslin Colli, Coordinator Planning Services

Ward:                        North

Attachments:             1.       Location and Consultation Plan  

2.       Previously Approved Development Plans  

3.       Minutes of 30 April 2019 Council Meeting  

4.       Proposed Development Plans  

5.       Summary of Submissions - Administration's Comments  

6.       Summary of Submissions - 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 to amend a development approval for Four Multiple Dwellings at No. 377 (Lot: 162; D/P: 2630) Walcott Street, Coolbinia, in accordance with the plans shown in Attachment 4 dated 30 May 2019, subject to the following condition and Advice Notes contained in Attachment 7:

1.       All conditions and advice notes detailed on the development approval 5.2018.423.1 granted on 30 April 2019 continue to apply to this approval, except as follows:

A new Condition 14 is inserted to read as follows:

14.     Prior to occupancy or use of the development, privacy screening with a minimum height of 1.6 metres above the finished floor level of the terrace shall be installed around the perimeter of the roof terrace, in accordance with the plans dated 30 May 2019.

Council Decision Item 9.4

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


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9.8          Food Stallholder Fees - Minor Review

TRIM Ref:                  D19/107639

Author:                     Mark Fallows, Manager Regulatory Services

Authoriser:                Stephanie Smith, A/Executive Director Planning and Place

Attachments:             Nil

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       APPROVES BY AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY the amendment to the Schedule of Fees and Charges 2019/20, pursuant to section 6.16 of the Local Government Act 1995, to:

1.1     Reduce the ‘Food Stallholders: Annual Permit – Medium or High Risk’ fee from $390.00 to $130.00; and

1.2     Amend the heading of the ‘Food Stallholders Annual (venue specific including markets)’ fee to read ‘Food Stallholders Annual (applies to all markets/venues)’;

2.       APPROVES BY AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY the reallocation of $6,205.00 within the 2019/20 Budget;

3.       NOTES the following budget adjustments to facilitate 2. above:

 

From

To

Existing Budget Item: Programmes: Events

$6,205.00

 

Existing Budget Item: Temporary Food Fees

 

$6,205.00

 

4.       NOTES that local public notice of the amendment to the Fees and Charges 2019/20 will be advertised in accordance with section 6.19 of the Local Government Act 1995.

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That the recommendation be adopted.

Amendment TO RECOMMENDATION

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Loden

That a new Recommendation 1.3 be inserted as follows:

 

“1.3   In the fee category ‘Food Stallholders – Event Based (e.g. festivals, miscellaneous)’, amend the title of the ‘Nil’ fee from ‘Not-for-profit/Charitable Organisations (i.e. fundraising events)’ to read ‘Not-for-profit/Charitable Organisations (i.e. fundraising events) and City of Vincent registered fixed premises food businesses’.”

 

Amendment carried (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 

 

 

Substantive Motion AS AMENDED

Moved: Cr Gontaszewski, Seconded: Cr Topelberg

That Council:

1.       APPROVES BY AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY the amendment to the Schedule of Fees and Charges 2019/20, pursuant to section 6.16 of the Local Government Act 1995, to:

1.1     Reduce the ‘Food Stallholders: Annual Permit – Medium or High Risk’ fee from $390.00 to $130.00; and

1.2     Amend the heading of the ‘Food Stallholders Annual (venue specific including markets)’ fee to read ‘Food Stallholders Annual (applies to all markets/venues)’;

1.3     In the fee category ‘Food Stallholders – Event Based (e.g. festivals, miscellaneous)’, amend the title of the ‘Nil’ fee from ‘Not-for-profit/Charitable Organisations (i.e. fundraising events)’ to read ‘Not-for-profit/Charitable Organisations (i.e. fundraising events) and City of Vincent registered fixed premises food businesses’.

2.       APPROVES BY AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY the reallocation of $6,205.00 within the 2019/20 Budget;

3.       NOTES the following budget adjustments to facilitate 2. above:

 

From

To

Existing Budget Item: Programmes: Events

$6,205.00

 

Existing Budget Item: Temporary Food Fees

 

$6,205.00

 

4.       NOTES that local public notice of the amendment to the Fees and Charges 2019/20 will be advertised in accordance with section 6.19 of the Local Government Act 1995.

 

carried by Absolute Majority (9-0)

 

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

Against:      Nil

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                    20 August 2019

 

11          Community and Business

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

TRIM Ref:                D19/114646

Author:                     Nikki Hirrill, Accounts Payable Officer

Authoriser:             John Corbellini, A/Executive Director Community and Business Services

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

2.       Payments by Cheque July 19  

3.       Payments by Direct Debit July 19   

Recommendation:

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

 

EFT and BPAY payments, including payroll

 

$5,393,240.50

Cheques

 

$38,900.72

Direct debits, including credit cards

 

$321,296.50

 

 

 

Total payments for July 2019

 

$5,753,437.72

Council Decision Item 11.2

Moved: Cr Harley, Seconded: Cr Hallett

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


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11.4        Draft Safer Vincent Plan 2019-2022

TRIM Ref:                  D19/101175

Authors:                   Karen Balm, Senior Community Partner

Cara Finch, Community Partner – Community Safety

Authoriser:                Sandra Watson, Manager Community Partnerships

Attachments:             1.       Draft Safer Vincent Plan 2019-2022 - Community Consultation Comments  

2.       Draft Safer Vincent Plan 2019-2022   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       NOTES the responses received during the draft Safer Vincent Plan 2019-2022 public comment period; and

2.       ADOPTS the Safer Vincent Plan 2019-2022 (Attachment 2) and NOTES that the Plan will be subject to further formatting, styling and graphic design as determined by the Chief Executive Officer prior to publication.

Council Decision Item 11.4

Moved: Cr Fotakis, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                    20 August 2019

12          Chief Executive Officer

12.3        Annual Corporate Business Plan Review and Update

TRIM Ref:                  D19/111818

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

Authoriser:                David MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer

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

2.       Modified City of Vincent Corporate Business Plan 2018/19-2021/22   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       NOTES the annual review of the City of Vincent Corporate Business Plan 2018/19-2021/22 as detailed in Attachment 1; and

2.       ADOPTS BY ABSOLUTE MAJORITY the modified City of Vincent Corporate Business Plan 2018/19-2021/22 as detailed in Attachment 2 and NOTES that final editorial, design and formatting of the document will be determined by the Chief Executive Officer.

Council Decision Item 12.3

Moved: Cr Hallett, Seconded: Cr Murphy

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried by Absolute Majority (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                    20 August 2019

 

12.4        2019 Organisational Review

TRIM Ref:                  D19/116119

Author:                     David MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer

Authoriser:                David MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer

Attachments:             1.       Organisational Structure  

2.       Current Policy 4.1.7 - Organisational Structure and Designation of "Senior Employees"  

3.       Amended Policy 4.1.7 - Organisational Structure and Designation of "Senior Employees"  

4.       Organisational Review Survey Results   

Recommendation:

That Council:

1.       APPROVES the revised organisational/directorate structure contained in Attachment 1 in accordance with Section 5.2 of the Local Government Act 1995; and

2.       APPROVES the amendment to Policy 4.1.7 Organisational Structure and Designation of “Senior Employees” as detailed in Attachment 3.

Council Decision Item 12.4

Moved: Cr Murphy, Seconded: Cr Loden

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                                    20 August 2019

13          Motions of Which Previous Notice Has Been Given

13.1        Notice of Motion - Cr Dan Loden - Asbestos Awareness

That Council REQUESTS Administration consider, as part of the development of the Public Health Plan in 2019/20:

1.       The development of an education campaign for City of Vincent residents including the identification, safety and management of Asbestos; and

2.       Investigate potential evidence-based programs and procedures that would contribute to improved safety and management of Asbestos.

Council Decision Item 13.1

Moved: Cr Loden, Seconded: Cr Hallett

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 


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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  

 

Council Decision

Moved: Cr Castle, Seconded: Cr Hallett

Pursuant to Section 5.23(2) of the Local Government Act 1995 and clause 2.14 of the City of Vincent Local Law Relating to Standing Orders, proceeds “behind closed doors” at the conclusion of the items, to consider the confidential reports.

carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:      Nil

 

At 8.22pm the meeting went behind closed doors and live streaming was stopped.

 

PRESENT:                 Mayor Emma Cole                Presiding Member

                                 Cr Susan Gontaszewski        South Ward

                                 Cr Alex Castle                       North Ward

                                 Cr Joanne Fotakis                 North Ward

                                 Cr Jonathan Hallett               South Ward

                                 Cr Roslyn Harley                   North Ward

                                 Cr Dan Loden                        North Ward

                                 Cr Jimmy Murphy                 South Ward

                                 Cr Joshua Topelberg            South Ward

IN ATTENDANCE:     David MacLennan                 Chief Executive Officer

                                 Meluka Bancroft                    Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

                                 Sharron Kent                        Council Support Officer

 

Media:                       Nil

Public:                      Nil

 

At 8.22pm Cr Fotakis vacated the Chamber.

 

At 8.24pm Cr Fotakis returned to the Chamber.

 

 

  


 

17.1        Chief Executive Officer's Performance and Remuneration Review 2018-2019 and Draft CEO Key Performance Indicators 2019-2020

TRIM Ref:                 D19/115252

Authors:                Emma Cole, Mayor

Natalie Lincolne, Senior Consultant, Price Consulting Group P/L

Authoriser:           Emma Cole, Mayor

Attachments:        1.       Confidential CEO Performance Review (2018-2019) Summary Report  

2.       Confidential CEO Professional Development Plan 2019 - 2020  

3.       Confidential Proposed CEO Performance Indicators 2019 - 2020   

Recommendation:

That Council:

 

1.       RECEIVES the Chief Executive Officer’s Annual Performance Review (October 2018 – June 2019) Summary Report to Council included as Confidential Attachment 1;

 

2.       ENDORSES the outcome of the review that the Chief Executive Officer has met the performance expectations of the position for the October 2018 - June 2019 review period;

 

3.       NOTES the CEO professional development plan for 2019 to 2020 in Attachment 2;

 

4.       APPROVES an increase of 2% to the CEO’s salary component, effective 18 October 2019; and

 

5.       APPROVES the proposed CEO Performance Indicators for 2019 – 2020 in Attachment 3.

 

Council Decision Item 17.1

Moved: Cr Topelberg, Seconded: Cr Gontaszewski

That the recommendation be adopted.

carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:    Nil

Council Decision

Moved: Cr Hallett, Seconded: Cr Loden

PROCEDURAL MOTION

 

That the Council resume an “open meeting”.

 

carried Unanimously (9-0)

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

Against:    Nil

Mayor Cole read aloud the Confidential Resolution at Item 17.1 Chief Executive Officer's Performance and Remuneration Review 2018-2019 and Draft CEO Key Performance Indicators 2019-2020.


 

18          Closure

There being no further business, the Presiding Member, Mayor Emma Cole, declared the meeting closed at 8.37pm 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 Jonathan Hallett               South Ward

                                 Cr Roslyn Harley                   North Ward

                                 Cr Dan Loden                        North Ward

                                 Cr Jimmy Murphy                 South Ward

                                 Cr Joshua Topelberg            South Ward

IN ATTENDANCE:     David MacLennan                 Chief Executive Officer

                                 Meluka Bancroft                    Manager Governance, Property and Contracts

                                 Sharron Kent                        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 24 September 2019.

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

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