Application Site: 10 MAXWELL ROAD, 1A & 1B THE CRESCENT, 72-74 ROSS STREET, FOREST LODGE (HAROLD PARK)
Proposal: Remediation, infrastructure and services diversion
works to the former Harold Park Paceway site.
Background: On 14 July 2011, development consent was granted for the demolition of all structures at Harold Park Paceway except items of heritage significance including the tramsheds and removal of trees. The City is currently assessing applications for Harold Park, including a Stage 1 DA and two detailed Stage 2 DAs for Precinct 1 and Precinct 2....http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/Development/DAsOnExhibition/DASearch/Download.aspx?uri=3508395 (viewed 7 July 2012)
Issued under Section 80(1)(a) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979
Development Application No. D/2011/1299
Consent is to operate from 29 June 2012
Consent will lapse on 29 June 2017
The requirements of the NSW Office of Water are to be complied with prior to works commencing or as required by the General Terms of Approval included at Schedule 3 of this consent.
(11) SYDNEY WATER REQUIREMENTS
(17) FOOTPATH DAMAGE BANK GUARANTEE
(18) CLIFF PROTECTION
(20) DILAPIDATION REPORT – JOHNSTON’S CREEK BRIDGE, APPROACHES AND ADJACENT STORMWATER CHANNEL
(22) STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF BRIDGE OVER JOHNSTON’S CREEK
(23) RETAINING WALLS WITHIN THE FUTURE OPEN SPACE
(24) FLOOD IMPACTS
(a) No adverse flooding outside the development site is permitted. Up to an including 0.01m flood level increase is considered as "No adverse impact."
(b) The flood assessment report submitted (Figure A41 and Section 4.2.5 of the Harold Park Redevelopment Flood Study report dated 14 June 2012, prepared Cardno) indicates there is adverse flooding outside the development site (Minogue Crescent, in the order of 0.02m). The adverse flooding (increases in flood levels) must be removed.
(c) If drainage or flood mitigations works are to be carried out to remove the adverse flooding, these proposed works must first be approved by the Director City Planning, Development and Transport and a revised Flood Study is to be lodged with Council to demonstrate compliance prior to completion of works.
(d) Prior to the submission of a Site Audit Statement, a flood assessment report prepared by a qualified hydraulic and hydrologic engineer and must be submitted to the Director City Planning, Development and Transport certifying that there will be no adverse flood impacts outside the development site due to the development.
(25) WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR FLOOD WATERS
Prior to commencement of excavation, an Excavation Work Method Statement prepared by a qualified person outlining how flood waters that run through the site be managed must be submitted to and approved by the Director City Planning, Development and Transport. This must identify all water courses and piped drainage that convey stormwater from upper catchment areas to Johnstons Creek.
(26) DRAINAGE SYSTEMS DESIGN
(27) STORMWATER AND DRAINAGE MANAGEMENT
(28) LILLIE BRIDGE CULVERT REALIGNMENT – AMENDMENTS REQUIRED
(29) TREE SURVEY REPORT
(30) TREES THAT MUST BE RETAINED...http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/Development/DAsOnExhibition/DASearch/Download.aspx?uri=3506285 (viewed 7 July 2012)
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