Application Details


Application Details
Application ID080/0807/18
DescriptionDemolish Existing Structures
Development Cost$10,000.00
GroupDevelopment Act Applications
Lodgement Date27/06/2018
Received by Council18/06/2018
Stage/DecisionApproved
Decision Date3/07/2018
Appeal Result 


Additional Information
CategorySchedule 1A
Planning Authority 
Planning Private Certifier 
Planning Certifier Doc Received 
Building AuthorityDelegated Decision - Council
Building Private Certifier 
Building Certifier Doc Received 


Name Details
NameLares Homes Pty Ltd
AssociationApplicant

NameTBA
AssociationBuilder


Properties
AddressLand DescriptionAssociation Type
17 Eynesbury Avenue KINGSWOOD SA 5062LOT 30 TYP DP SEC 245 PLN 2542 C/T 5178/746Primary Property


Application Status
DescriptionEvent DecisionDate Finalised
PRE-LODGEMENT ACCEPTEDYes27/06/2018
LODGEMENT ACCEPTED?Yes27/06/2018
Confirm Assessment Process for TimeframesDelegated - Sch1A27/06/2018
PLANNING ASSESSMENTNot Applicable27/06/2018
BUILDING RULES PROCESSCouncil (Sch 1A - Building Only)27/06/2018
Building Rules CommencedCommenced3/07/2018
Referral to Consultant Engineer?Not Required3/07/2018
External Building Referrals Required?Not Required3/07/2018
Further building information required?Not Required3/07/2018
Update Building Conditions/Custom FieldsYes3/07/2018
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Related Applications
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Conditions
Condition
~~~ DEVELOPMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH DETAILS SUBMITTED The proposal must be developed in accordance with the details submitted to the Council and approved plans relating to this Development Application. Reason: To ensure the proposal is established in accordance with the plans and details submitted.
~~~ DEMOLITION The building/structure approved herein for demolition shall be demolished in accordance with Australian Standard 2601-2001 “Demolition of Structures” and SafeWork SA, ensuring the following: (a) a water supply shall be provided and used for the lessening of the diffusion of dust. (b) all services not required are disconnected. (c) any asbestos encountered shall be removed in accordance with the provisions of the Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act 1986 and Australian Standard 2601 and the requirements of SafeWork SA including ensuring persons undertaking demolition work have the appropriate licence and permits in place in accordance with the requirements of SafeWork SA prior to commencing any demolition work on site. (e) where demolition by explosives is proposed, it shall be carried out in accordance with SafeWork SA. A copy of the licence agreement shall be forwarded to Council prior to any explosives being used on the site. Further information regarding demolition of buildings that contain asbestos can be obtained by contacting SafeWork SA on telephone (08) 8303 0400 and for emergency situations 1800 777 209, or by searching their internet web page on www.safework.sa.gov.au. Reason: To ensure that all demolition works are carried out in a satisfactory manner.
+++ PROTECTION OF PUBLIC FOOTWAY, NATURE STRIP ETC Any public footway, nature strip or roadway is not to be obstructed by vehicles and machinery or rendered inconvenient or dangerous to the public. Suitable measures are to be taken to protect any public footway, nature strip, street tree or roadway from damage. Any person responsible for such damage will be required to pay costs incurred by Council in reinstating all damage.
+++ NOTICE TO NEIGHBOURS Your attention is drawn to your obligation to notify your adjoining owner as required by the provisions of Section 60 of the Development Act 1993 and Regulation 75 of the Development Regulations 1993.
+++ DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993 - SECTION 60 Your attention is drawn to the provisions of Section 60 of the Development Act 1993 which provide that: Pursuant to Section 60 of the Development Act 1993, work that affects stability: 1. Where a building owner proposes to carry out building work of a prescribed nature that is, in accordance with the regulations to be treated for the purposes of this section as building work that affects the stability of other land or premises (‘the affected land or premises”) the following provisions apply: (a) the building owner must, at least 28 days before the building work is commence, cause to be served on the owner of the affected land or premises a notice of intention to perform the building work and the nature of that work; and (b) the building owner must (in addition to complying with any condition imposed by a relevant authority at the time of approval) take such precautions as may be prescribed to protect the affected land or premises, carry out such other building work in relation to that land or premises as that adjoining owner is authorised by the regulations to require; and (c) nothing in this section relieves the building owner from liability for injury resulting from the performance of any building work. 2. A building owner who fails to comply with a provision under subsection (1) is guilty of an offence. Maximum Penalty: $10,000 fine A building owner may apply to the Court for a determination of what proportion (if any) of the expense incurred by the building owner in the performance of the building work requested by the owner of affected land or premises under subsection (1) should be borne by the owner of that and or premises, and the building owner may recover an amount determined by the Court from the owner of the affected land or premises as a debt.
+++ DEVELOPMENT REGULATION 1993 - REGULATION 75 Your attention is drawn to the provisions of Regulation 75 of the Development Regulations 1993 which provides that in respect of building work affecting other land 1. It must be assumed in designing, and assessing the design of a building that it is possible that an excavation which intersects (but does not extend beyond) a notional plane extending downwards from the boundary at the site at a slope of 1 vertical to 2 horizontal from a point 600 millimetres below natural ground level at the boundary could be undertaken on an adjoining site. 2. Regulation 75(2) provides that, work of the following nature is prescribed as building work which is to be treated for the purposes of that section as building work that affects the stability of other land or premises, namely: (a) an excavation which intersects a notional plane extending downwards at a slope of 1 vertical to 2 horizontal from a point 600 millimetres below natural ground level at a boundary with an adjoining site (as depicted by the example shown as figure 1 in schedule 15); or (b) an excavation which intersects any notional plane extending downwards at a slope of 1 vertical to 2 horizontal from a point at natural ground level at any boundary between two sites (not being a boundary with the site of the excavation) where the boundary is within a distance equal to twice the depth of the excavation (as depicted by the example shown as figure 2 in schedule 15); or (c) any fill which is within 600 millimetres of an adjoining site, other that where the fill is not greater than 200 millimetres in depth (or height) and is for landscaping, gardening or other similar purposes. 3. For the purposes of section 60(1) (b) of the Act, the owner of the affected land or premises may require the building owner to shore up any excavation or to underpin, stabilise or other wise strengthen the foundations of any building to the extent specified by a professional engineer engaged by the owner of the affected land or premises. 4. The building owner must pay the reasonable costs of obtaining a report and plans and specifications from a professional engineer for the purposes of sub-regulation (3). 5. In sub-regulations (3) and (4): “professional engineer” means a person who is a corporate member of the Institution of Engineers, Australia who has appropriate experience and competence in the field of civil and geotechnical engineering; or a person who is registered on the National Professional Engineers Register administered by the institution of Engineers, Australia and who has appropriate experience and competence in the field of civil and geotechnical engineering.


Charges
Charge DescriptionDate of IssueAmount
Lodgement Fee20/06/2018$133.00
Schedule 1 A other than clause 220/06/2018$52.00
Demolition (Minimum fee)20/06/2018$119.09
Sum $304.09


Private Certifier
No information is available.





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