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  • CITY OF JOONDALUP - AGENDA FOR MEETING OF COUNCIL – 20.03.2012

    TUESDAY, 24 JULY 2012

  • CITY OF JOONDALUP – MINUTES OF MEETING OF COUNCIL – 24.07.2012 i

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    ITEM NO TITLE PAGE NO

    DECLARATION OF OPENING/ANNOUNCEMENT OF VISITORS 1

    PUBLIC QUESTION TIME 2

    PUBLIC STATEMENT TIME 6

    APOLOGIES AND LEAVE OF ABSENCE 6

    CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES 6

    C46-07/12 MINUTES OF COUNCIL MEETING HELD 26 JUNE 2012 6

    C47-07/12 MINUTES OF SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING HELD 10 JULY 2012

    6

    ANNOUNCEMENTS BY THE PRESIDING PERSON WITHOUT DISCUSSION

    7

    DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST 8

    IDENTIFICATION OF MATTERS FOR WHICH THE MEETING MAY SIT BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

    8

    PETITIONS 8

    REPORTS 9

    CJ123-07/12 DEVELOPMENT, CODE VARIATION AND SUBDIVISION APPLICATIONS - MAY 2012 [07032, 101515]

    9

    CJ124-07/12 PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO 61 TO DISTRICT PLANNING SCHEME NO 2 - LOT 23 (77) GIBSON AVENUE, PADBURY - CONSIDERATION FOLLOWING ADVERTISING - [101669]

    13

    CJ125-07/12 TAMALA PARK REGIONAL COUNCIL - POWER OF ATTORNEY AND AMENDMENT OF ESTABLISHMENT AGREEMENT - [41196]

    18

    CJ126-07/12 ICLEI WATER CAMPAIGN MILESTONE 5 ACHIEVEMENT - [78616]

    22

    CJ127-07/12 PROPOSED PEST PLANT LOCAL LAW 2012 - APPROVAL TO ADVERTISE - [102572, 33409]

    26

    CJ128-07/12 MINUTES OF EXTERNAL COMMITTEES - [41196, 60514, 00033] 31

    CJ129-07/12 EXECUTION OF DOCUMENTS - [15876] 36

    CJ130-07/12 CAPITAL WORKS COMMITTEE - MEMBERSHIP - [102234] 38

  • CITY OF JOONDALUP – MINUTES OF MEETING OF COUNCIL – 24.07.2012 ii

    ITEM NO TITLE PAGE NO

    CJ131-07/12 LIST OF PAYMENTS MADE DURING THE MONTH OF MAY 2012 - [09882]

    42

    CJ132-07/12 FINANCIAL ACTIVITY STATEMENT FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31 MAY 2012 – [07882]

    45

    CJ133-07/12 TENDER 008/12 - PROVISION OF LANDSCAPE SERVICES - HARBOUR RISE ESTATE, HILLARYS - [102306]

    48

    CJ134-07/12 TENDER 012/12 - FLOODLIGHT POLE REPLACEMENT AT VARIOUS PARKS - [102316]

    54

    CJ135-07/12 TENDER 013/12 - PROVISION OF IRRIGATION ELECTRICAL SERVICES - [102324]

    60

    CJ136-07/12 PERCY DOYLE RESERVE MASTER PLAN - [02056] 66

    CJ137-07/12 BRAMSTON PARK PROPOSED CLUBROOM/COMMUNITY FACILITY - [87611]

    84

    STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE REPORTS

    91

    CJ138-07/12 20 YEAR STRATEGIC FINANCIAL PLAN - [52582] 91

    CJ139-07/12 PROPOSED DISPOSAL OF LOT 202 (20) KANANGRA CRESCENT, GREENWOOD - PUBLIC ADVERTISING OF BUSINESS PLAN - [63627]

    112

    CJ140-07/12 PROPOSED DISPOSAL OF LOT 200 (18) QUILTER DRIVE, DUNCRAIG - PUBLIC ADVERTISING OF BUSINESS PLAN - [63627]

    118

    CJ141-07/12 PROPOSED DISPOSAL OF LOT 766 (167) DAMPIER AVENUE, KALLAROO - PUBLIC ADVERTISING OF BUSINESS PLAN - [63627]

    124

    CJ142-07/12 PROPOSED DISPOSAL OF LOT 147 (25) MILLPORT DRIVE, WARWICK - PUBLIC ADVERTISING OF BUSINESS PLAN - [63627]

    130

    C48-07/12 CONSIDERATION OF CHANGE TO ORDER OF BUSINESS 140

    C49-07/12 COUNCIL DECISION – EN BLOC RESOLUTION - [02154, 08122] 140

    CJ145-07/12 MINDARIE REGIONAL COUNCIL - VARIATION TO CONSTITUTION - [03149]

    141/149

    C50-07/12 MOTION TO GO BEHIND CLOSED DOORS – [02154, 08122] 144

  • CITY OF JOONDALUP – MINUTES OF MEETING OF COUNCIL – 24.07.2012 iii

    ITEM NO TITLE PAGE NO

    REPORT OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER 141

    CJ143-07/12 CONFIDENTIAL - PROPOSED DISPOSAL OF CITY FREEHOLD PROPERTIES - STATUS REPORT - [63627]

    145

    CJ144-07/12 CONFIDENTIAL - RATIONALISATION OF CHILD HEALTH CENTRES IN THE CITY OF JOONDALUP - [03398, 27459, 20122, 06769, 19107]

    147

    C51-07/12 MOTION TO GO TO OPEN DOORS – [02154, 08122] 148

    CJ145-07/12 MINDARIE REGIONAL COUNCIL - VARIATION TO CONSTITUTION - [03149]

    149/141

    MOTIONS OF WHICH PREVIOUS NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN 150

    ANNOUNCEMENTS OF NOTICES OF MOTION FOR THE NEXT MEETING

    150

    CLOSURE 150

  • CITY OF JOONDALUP – MINUTES OF MEETING OF COUNCIL – 24.07.2012 1

    CITY OF JOONDALUP COUNCIL MEETING HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, JOONDALUP CIVIC CENTRE, BOAS AVENUE, JOONDALUP ON TUESDAY, 24 JULY 2012 DECLARATION OF OPENING The Mayor declared the meeting open at 7.00pm. ANNOUNCEMENT OF VISITORS Mayor: TROY PICKARD Councillors: CR TOM McLEAN, JP North Ward CR PHILIPPA TAYLOR North-Central Ward CR SAM THOMAS North-Central Ward CR GEOFF AMPHLETT, JP Central Ward CR CHRISTINE HAMILTON-PRIME South-West Ward CR MIKE NORMAN South-West Ward CR JOHN CHESTER South-East Ward - Deputy Mayor CR BRIAN CORR South-East Ward CR TERESA RITCHIE South Ward Officers: MR GARRY HUNT Chief Executive Officer MR MIKE TIDY Director Corporate Services MR JAMIE PARRY Director Governance and Strategy MS DALE PAGE Director Planning and Community Development MR CHARLIE REYNOLDS Acting Director Infrastructure Services MR BRAD SILLENCE Manager Governance and Marketing MR JOHN HUMPHREYS Manager Planning Services Absent from 8.13pm until 8.26pm MR JOHN BYRNE Governance Coordinator MRS DEBORAH GOUGES Governance Officer MRS LESLEY TAYLOR Governance Officer There were nine members of the public and one member of the press in attendance.

  • CITY OF JOONDALUP - MINUTES OF MEETING OF COUNCIL – 24.07.2012 2

    PUBLIC QUESTION TIME The following questions were submitted prior to the Council meeting: Mr D Blackburn, Kingsley: Re: CJ142-07/12 – Proposed Disposal of Lot 147 (25) Millport Drive, Warwick –

    Public Advertising of Business Plan Q1 At page 127 of the Agenda for the Meeting of Council 24/7/12 it is stated that

    seven aged persons dwellings could be developed on the site at R20 density code and also that there is potential for eight at R30.

    (a) Please explain how the development yield of eight at R30 is calculated, as

    intuitively if the density code is increased from R20 to R30 in the Housing Opportunity Area 1, the potential number of dwellings should be more than eight for R30?

    A1 (a) There are higher minimum and average lot size requirements for single and

    grouped dwellings compared to the lot size requirements for aged person’s dwellings.

    The average lot size requirements at the density code of R20 is 500m² and at R30 is 300m². However, for aged persons’ dwellings the lot size requirement is reduced by one third of the minimum and average lot size.

    Therefore, on the subject site it is estimated that a total of five normal single or grouped dwelling lots could be developed at a density of R20. At a density of R30, a total of eight lots for single or grouped dwellings could be achieved.

    Due to the reduction in average lot size for aged person’s dwellings, a total of seven lots could be achieved for aged person’s dwellings at the R20 density and a total of 12 lots could be achieved for aged person’s dwellings at a density of R30, subject to compliance with the Residential Design Codes, City Policies and any other relevant legislation.

    Q1 (b) What is the maximum number of Aged Persons Dwellings that could be

    developed on the site at an R30 density code if Multiple Dwellings are proposed under Part 7 of the Residential Design Codes?

    A1 (b) It is not possible to accurately predict the number of multiple dwellings that

    may be accommodated on the site at the density of R30 as the multiple dwelling requirements are different from the single, group and aged persons dwelling requirements.

    For multiple dwellings there is no minimum or average lot size, however, a plot ratio of 0.5 is prescribed. There is also a requirement under the Residential Design Codes to provide a mix of one bedroom and two bedroom dwellings with applicable car parking requirements. All of these elements plus the building setback requirements and the requirements of the City’s Building Height Policy combined result in the maximum number of dwellings.

  • CITY OF JOONDALUP - MINUTES OF MEETING OF COUNCIL – 24.07.2012 3

    Q2 The proposed disposal lots listed for sale do not all have the same recommended

    use designation.

    Is there a difference in the potential development outcome when a lot for sale is designated as either:

    ‘Aged or Dependent Persons’ Dwellings’; or

    ‘Aged Persons' Dwellings’ (Lot 23 Gibson Avenue, Padbury)

    Does the first designation allow a development that does not include aged persons but dependent persons of another category?

    A2 The use class of ‘aged or dependent persons’ dwellings has the same permissibility

    under the City’s District Planning Scheme No 2 and the development requirements under the Residential Design Codes.

    The purpose of these dwellings is to accommodate aged or dependent persons as defined in the Residential Design Codes as follows:

     Aged person: A person who is aged 55 years or over.

     Dependent person: A person with a recognised form of disability requiring special accommodation for independent living or special care.

    Where a site is designated for the purpose of ‘aged or dependent persons’ dwellings, then both can be accommodated. Where the site is designated for only ‘aged persons’ dwelling