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DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT

Pursuant to Section 38 (5) of the Development Act 1993

Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a category 3 development has been lodged with the Copper Coast Council for a development assessment.

Details of the application are as follows:

DEVELOPMENT NUMBER:      340/219/20

APPLICANT:             John & Norma Moss

ADDRESS:                PO Box 355, Wallaroo SA 5556

NATURE OF THE DEVELOPMENT: Change of Use from Residential to Residential and Bed and Breakfast

SUBJECT LAND:     62 Rucioch Road, Wallaroo

CERTIFICATE OF TITLE:   Vol.:  6163   Folio: 413

ZONING:                    Residential

The application may be examined on Council’s website or at the Office of the Council located at 51 Taylor Street, Kadina or 5 John Terrace, Wallaroo,during normal business hours and any person or body affected may make relevant representations in writing concerning this application to reach the Chief Executive Officer at 51 Taylor Street, Kadina, not later than 14th July 2020.

Each person making a submission should indicate whether that person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council Assessment Panel in support of that submission.

Please note that, pursuant to Section 38(8) of the Development Act, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the applicant for a written response.

Russell Peate

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

this is the first and only publication of this notice

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DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT

Pursuant to Section 38 (5) of the Development Act 1993

Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a category 3 development has been lodged with the Copper Coast Council for a development assessment.

Details of the application are as follows:

DEVELOPMENT NUMBER:      340/180/20

APPLICANT:             Golden Invest Pty Ltd, C/- Planning Chambers

ADDRESS:                PO Box 6196, Adelaide   SA 5000

NATURE OF THE DEVELOPMENT:

4.911 MW Solar Farm & Associated Equipment and Fencing

SUBJECT LAND:     Sec 378 & 379 Martinga Rd, Kadina

Sec 383 Martinga Rd, Kadina

Sec 388 Martinga Rd, Kadina

CERTIFICATE OF TITLE:   Vol.:  5890   Folio: 185

Vol.:  5890   Folio: 183

Vol.:  5890   Folio: 184

ZONING:                    Primary Production

The application may be examined on Council’s website or at the Office of the Council located at 51 Taylor Street, Kadina or 5 John Terrace, Wallaroo,during normal business hours and any person or body affected may make relevant representations in writing concerning this application to reach the Chief Executive Officer at 51 Taylor Street, Kadina, not later than 14 July 2020.

Each person making a submission should indicate whether that person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council Assessment Panel in support of that submission.

Please note that, pursuant to Section 38(8) of the Development Act, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the applicant for a written response.

Russell Peate

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

this is the first and only publication of this notice

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What is Category 2 and 3 Notification?

Certain development applications require public notification to ensure that adjoining residents and the community at large are notified of developments that may impact upon them, and allow them an opportunity to object to the proposed development.

The Development Act 1993 and associated Development Regulations 2008 are quite prescriptive in terms of which applications require public notification and the level of public notification that is required for each development across the State. Therefore Council has minimal discretion in terms of choosing which level of public notification is required for each development as it is required to adhere to the Development Act.

The Development Act and Regulations assign Public Notification Categories to various types of development and these are summarised as follows:

Category 1 - No public notification is required. No adjoining property owner or other third party has the opportunity to object to the application. This is assigned to most minor developments.

Category 2 - Adjoining owners are notified of the development. Letters are sent to adjoining property owners. Only those who have received letters directly from Council have the opportunity to object to the application. This is generally assigned to developments that may have local impacts.

Category 3 - Adjoining owners and the general public are notified of the development. Letters are sent to adjoining property owners and a public notice is placed in the Bunyip newspaper. Everyone has the opportunity to object to the application. This is generally assigned to developments that may have wider impacts, and/or are inconsistent with the relevant zone provisions.

How does Category 2 and 3 notification work?

Anyone who has been notified has the opportunity to lodge a written submission either objecting to the application or suggesting changes that would lessen the impact of the development on them or others. This can be done by completing the representation form attached to the notice, and/or you may include any letters, photographs etc. which would support your argument if you wish.

To submit your representation you may:

  • email it to info@coppercoast.sa.gov.au
  • post it to PO Box 396, KADINA S.A.  5554
  • submit it in person at Copper Coast Council, 51 Taylor Street, KADINA  S.A.  5554(opening hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm).

To be effective it is encouraged that any submissions:

  • Address only relevant planning issues as expressed in policies contained in Council's Development Plan - available here
  • Be objective, succinct, and to the point
  • Offer solutions on how concerns may be overcome
  • Be submitted on or before the due date

If a representation is received, it is then forwarded to the applicant who has two weeks to respond in writing to any concerns raised. It should be noted that all representations become a public document.

If the issues raised are not resolved to everyone’s satisfaction, the application is assessed by the Council Assessment Panel. Anyone who lodged a representation will be advised in writing of the Panel meeting, and will have the opportunity to attend the meeting and address the Panel in support of their submission.

Can I obain a copy of the plans/drawings for an application on notification?

Anyone can view the plans for an application during the notification period by clicking the links at the top of this page. Please note that you can only view them during the notification period.

While relevant adjoining owners and/or the public are given the opportunity to view the plans, they are protected under the Copyright Act 1968 which prevents Council from freely giving out copies to the public. However Regulation 34(2) of the Development Regulations, does allow for members of the public to apply to Council for a copy of the plans during the public consultation period.