Proposed Integrated Development - 30 Greenacre Drive, Tahmoor
Closes: 13/08/2018 5:00pm
A Development Application has been received by Wollondilly Shire Council for the use of the following land:
Property: 30 Greenacre Drive Tahmoor
For the purposes of: Demolish Existing Structure and 33 Lot Subdivision & Associated Works.
Applicant: Precise Planning
Consent Authority: Wollondilly Shire Council
The Development Application is an Integrated Development under Section 4.46 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979. Approval for the proposed development is required under the Coal Mine Subsidence Compensation Act 2017.
The application and plans relating to the proposal may be inspected at Council’s Offices, 62-64 Menangle Street, Picton, between 8.30am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday (public holidays excepted) for 31 days commencing 12th July 2018.
Any person may make a written submission in relation to the Development Application.
Submissions will be received until 5.00pm on 13th August 2018. Any written submission may become a public document. Please quote Council’s file number 010.2018.00000352.001 on any submission. Enquiries may be directed to Christopher Morris on telephone (02) 4677 9727 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(Under S10.4 of the EP& A Act, any person making a submission is required to disclose reportable political donations and gifts ($1000 or more) made to any local councillor or staff member within 2 years of making of the submission. If the application or gift is made after the submission, a disclosure must be made within 7 days of that donation or gift having been made. Details of information required in the disclosure can be found on our website under Important Notice - Development Proposals and Donations or Gifts.
Any submission you make is open to public scrutiny. Council is required to release written comments or submissions under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 [GIPAA]. The Act imposes obligations on us to place submissions on Council’s website and submissions may be used in Council reports or court proceedings. In this regard, your comments should be restricted to the proposed development.