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Banyule City Council Agenda 23 June 2014 (pt 2)

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Text of Banyule City Council Agenda 23 June 2014 (pt 2)

  • ATTACHMENTS

    ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL ON 23 JUNE 2014 Page 151

    1.1 Proposed development (19 units) at No. 59 Cape Street, Heidelberg

    Attachment 1 59 Cape Street, Heidelberg - Petition Front Pages ......................... 152

    4.2 Return of the 2014 General Revaluation

    Attachment 1 Statutory Declaration ....................................................................... 154

    4.3 112-120 Burgundy Street, Heidelberg - Consideration of additional level above preferred Heidelberg Structure Plan height.

    Attachment 1 Planning controls and assessment .................................................. 155 Attachment 2 Plans ................................................................................................ 171 Attachment 3 Shadow Diagrams ........................................................................... 186

    4.6 Ending of Section 173 Agreement - 27 Parklands Avenue, Briar Hill

    Attachment 1 Background / History ....................................................................... 195 Attachment 2 Planning Controls ............................................................................ 197

    5.3 Adoption of Banyule's City Plan 2013 - 2017 (Year 2)

    Attachment 1 Draft City Plan 2013-2017 (Year 2) ................................................. 199

    6.1 Adoption of Budget for period 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015

    Attachment 1 Draft Banyule City Council Budget 2014-2015 ................................ 313

    8.6 Banyule becoming a Refugee Welcome Zone

    Attachment 1 Refugee Welcome Zone - Infomation Sheet.................................... 550

    8.7 Council becoming a signatory to the Joint Statement by Victorian Local Governments on Asylum Seekers

    Attachment 1 Joint Statement by Victorian Local Governments on Asylum Seekers ........................................................................................... 554

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    ATTACHMENT A SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGES The following table describes the features of the existing approved building at each level and compares this with the proposed amended design. Level Approved Proposed

    Lower Basement

    30 car parking spaces - 9 car stackers (18 spaces), 12 conventional car parking spaces (1 disabled). Access via ramp

    18 conventional car parking spaces. Access via carlift

    Upper Basement

    18 conventional car parking spaces. Bicycle parking facilities.

    32 car parking spaces provided in car stackers.

    Ground floor

    Shop 1, Shop 2 and Post Office. Civic space forward of retail tenancies.

    Decrease in Civic Space by approximately 10m2. Decrease of retail area from 473m2 to 464m2 with a slight increase to the floor area of shop 1, slight decrease in area to shop 2 and increase in floor area to shop 3. Introduction of a substation and services area.

    First Floor 8 car parking spaces for retail use, 4 1 bedroom apartments.

    6 car parking spaces for retail use (including 1 disabled space), Substation, gas room, car lift entry, stairway and lifts, residential storage space for dwellings, two 2 bedroom apartments with balconies to Burgundy Street.

    Second Floor

    7 apartments. Setback approved outside DDO5 setback limits

    7 apartments. Compliant with DDO5 setback limits.

    Third Floor

    7 apartments. Setback approved outside DDO5 setback limits

    9 apartments. Setback proposed to encroach outside DDO5 setback limits (1m x 0.5m strip across frontage of site)

    Fourth Floor

    7 apartments. Setback approved outside DDO5 setback limits

    9 apartments. Compliant with DDO5 setback limits.

    Fifth Floor 7 apartments. Setback approved outside DDO5 setback limits

    9 apartments. Setback proposed to encroach outside DDO5 setback limits. Generally consistent with original approval but includes additional 5m2

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    balcony area.

    Sixth Floor

    7 apartments. Setback approved outside DDO5 setback limits

    9 apartments. Setback proposed to encroach outside DDO5 setback limits. Generally consistent with original approval but includes additional 5m2 balcony area.

    Seventh Floor

    7 apartments. Setback approved outside DDO5 setback limits

    9 apartments. Setback proposed to encroach outside DDO5 setback limits. Generally consistent with original approval but includes additional 5m2 balcony area.

    Eighth Floor

    4 apartments. Setback approved outside DDO5 setback limits. Height approved above DDO5 limit.

    4 apartments. Setback proposed to encroach outside DDO5 setback limits. Includes additional 33.5m2 terrace area for south facing apartment and additional roof parapet area (0.5m x 0.75m) above what was previously approved.

    Height proposed to encroach above DDO5 height limit. Height generally consistent with previous approval with the inclusion of a roof top terrace and consequent increase in height of lift and stairs to gain access to this terrace.

    SUMMARY OF CAR PARKING ALLOCATION Level Approved spaces Proposed

    spaces

    Lower Basement (for residential)

    30 18

    Upper Basement (for residential)

    18 32

    Ground floor (for retail)

    8 6

    BACKGROUND/HISTORY Planning application P262/01 for an eight (8) storey building to be utilised for shops and 20 dwellings was refused by Council on 20 May 2002. Following a review of the decision at the

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    Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, the Tribunal affirmed Councils refusal on 20 February 2003.

    Planning Permit P305/04 was issued by the Tribunal (following an appeal against conditions) on 27 September 2005. The permit allows for buildings and works for the purpose of constructing a multi-level building to be utilised for shops and dwellings, a reduction in the associated parking requirement and waiving of the requirement for a loading bay. Details of the approved development are summarised as follows:

    The building would be a maximum height of approximately 19 metres measured from the highest ridge line of the building to the ground floor level.

    The building would also present to Sheffields Lane as approximately 15.5 metres. The ground floor of the development would comprise three retail shops, small

    forecourt and apartment foyer. Shops 1 and 3 at either end would be constructed to Burgundy Street, whilst shop 2 will contain a 1.2m setback. The apartment foyer would be setback 6.2m from Burgundy Street creating a small forecourt. The retail component including amenities would occupy 623.5m2 (Shop 1 228.2m2, Shop 2 204.4m2 and Shop 3 190.9m2).

    The second level would contain a 29 space car park, including two visitor spaces, whilst a garbage collection area, residential store and lift would also be located at this level. This level would also contain bicycle parking in the south western corner and individual spaces at the end of each car space (envisaged in a cage format).

    The third, fourth, fifth and sixth levels incorporate residential apartments (16 in total). Planning permit P705/09 was granted by Council on 17 June 2011 for buildings and works associated with a mixed use development, use of the land for dwellings and variation to the standard requirements in relation to car parking and vehicle loading/unloading. Plans were endorsed on 11 January 2013 and the permit extended on 9 August 2013 allowing the development to commence by 17 June 2015 and be completed by 17 June 2017.

    It is noted that this approval allowed for a height and street setbacks beyond those specified within the DDO5 (Heidelberg Specialised and Major activity centre) control. This included height that would allow for overshadowing above the first floor of buildings on the southern side of Burgundy Street.

    SUBJECT SITE AND SURROUNDING AREA The subject site is located on the northern side of Burgundy Street between

    Cape Street and Hawdon Street. The site is currently occupied by a number of commercial premises including a tailoring business. The site has also previously accommodated a Post Office and Manchester store which occupied the buildings surrounding an open arcade.

    Buildings on the site are two storey at the east and the rear of the site. The building along the west boundary is single storey. Due to the level differences between Sheffields Lane and Burgundy Street, there is a fall of between approximately 3 and 3.5 metres (one storey) from the north (rear) to the south (front). The site is located within the core retail section of the Heidelberg Central Shopping Centre, which extends along Burgundy Street from Rosanna Road to the railway overpass directly west of Mount Street.

    Sheffield Lane

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