What land is affected by Amendment C98?
The Amendment applies to approximately 4.48 ha of land located on the north western corner of the intersection of Bonds Road and Rosehill Road. The land was previously used for an electrical substation owned by Eastern Energy. This facility has been made redundant and therefore the zoning was no longer appropriate.
The Amendment was a combined planning permit application and planning scheme amendment under section 96A of the Act.
What was proposed?
The Amendment rezoned the land from Public Use Zone 1 ‘Service and Utility’ (PUZ1) to Low Density Residential Zone (LDRZ).
The Amendment changed the Banyule Planning Scheme as follows:
- Amended Planning Scheme Maps 12ZN and 13ZN.
The amendment did not propose any changes to the planning overlays affecting the site. A 2m wide drainage easement will be provided within the Special Building Overlay (SBO) following the existing gully. The SBO layer will not be changed.
The planning permit application sought approval for:
- The subdivision of the land into nine (9) low density residential lots with a minimum lot size of 0.4 hectare ranging to 0.63 hectare.
Public Exhibition, Adoption & Approval
Planning Scheme Amendment C98 was on public exhibition from Tuesday 15 November 2016 until Wednesday 21 December 2016.
It was adopted by Council at the 30 January 2017 meeting, approved by the Minister for Planning on 4 August 2017 and published in the Government Gazette on 17 August 2017.
Amendment C111 was approved, with changes, by the Minister for Planning and gazette on 3 August, 2017. The Amendment introduces a public open space contribution under the schedule to clause 52.01 of a flat rate of 5% for all commercial, residential and industrial subdivisions that create more than one additional separately disposable parcel of land. It also updates clause 21.09 to include the Banyule City Council Public Open Space Plan 2016-2031 as a Reference Document.
Amendment C111 can be viewed at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.
Planning Scheme Amendment C110 - Review of Precincts 2, 5 and 6 of the Greensborough Activity Centre
Amendment C110 to the Banyule Planning Scheme was approved, with changes, by the Minister for Planning and gazetted on Thursday, 1 June 2017.
The amendment implements the revised heights, setbacks and landscaping controls of the Greensborough Activity Centre - Urban and Landscape Design Guidelines for Precincts 2, 5 and 6 by amending Schedule 1 to the Activity Centre Zone and making associated changes to the Banyule Planning Scheme. The changes correct formatting and grammar in the ACZ1, update the explanatory report and generally increase clarity. The changes are administrative in nature and do not change the form of the amendment.
Amendment C110, including the Panel Report, can be viewed at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.
Amendment C73 to the Banyule Planning Scheme was approved by the Minister for Planning and gazetted on Thursday 19 November 2015.
The amendment introduces an Environmentally Sustainable Development local planning policy to the Banyule Planning Scheme. It exhibited concurrently with similar amendments to the planning schemes of the Cities of Yarra (C133), Moreland (C71), Port Phillip (C97), Stonnington (C177), and Whitehorse (C130).
On 13 July 2013 the Minister for Planning appointed a combined Panel and Advisory Committee (PAC), to consider all submissions and make recommendations on the suitability of environmental sustainability requirements in planning schemes. The ESD Panel Report was released in April 2014. The PAC strongly supported the proposed Local Policy. It also recognised the importance of having a State-wide approach in the future. Council resolved to adopt the Local Policy at its meeting on 19 May 2014 in line with the recommendations made by the PAC.
A full copy of Amendment C73 can be viewed at Council’s Service Centres in Rosanna, Ivanhoe and Greensborough.
The VPO5 assists in protecting Substantial Trees by requiring a planning permit for the removal or lopping of Substantial Trees. Substantial Trees are those trees which measure 12 metres and above in height and/or have a trunk diameter of 400mm or more when measured at 1.4 metres above the ground.
Amendment C80 for an improved permanent VPO5 was approved by the Minister for Planning on 8 May 2014, and made part of the Planning Scheme on 15 May 2014.
Amendment C80 made the following changes to the scheme:
- Made the temporary Schedule 5 to the Vegetation Protection Overlay (VPO5) a permanent control in Banyule Planning Scheme, and update the background statements, objectives, and decision guidelines.
- Updated the Municipal Strategic Statement to reflect the work done in Clause 21.06 - Built Environment, and Clause 21.09 - Reference Documents,
- Correct mapping anomalies
- List two new Reference Documents, including the:
The updated VPO5 will continue to protect Substantial Trees on residentially zoned land in the suburbs of Bundoora, Greensborough, Watsonia, Watsonia North, Macleod, Yallambie, Viewbank, Rosanna, Heidelberg, Heidelberg Heights, Heidelberg West, Bellfield and Ivanhoe.
The map below demonstrates where the VPO5 will continue to apply as part of Amendment C80.
A full copy of Amendment C80 can be viewed at Council’s Service Centres in Rosanna, Ivanhoe and Greensborough or, at the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure (DTPLI) website.
Some commonly asked questions about Amendment C80, and their answers, can be viewed below:
If you have any questions about Amendment C80, please contact Strategic Planning by phone on 9457 9830 or email at email@example.com
The planning scheme amendment and the planning permit application affects land at 250 Waterdale Road, Ivanhoe.
Amendment C86 proposed to:
- Change Schedule 10 of the Design and Development Overlay (DDO10) in the Banyule Planning Scheme by updating the Decision Guidelines to include relevant information from revised urban design guidelines for the site.
- Include reference to new guidelines that will form a reference document titled “250 Waterdale Road, Ivanhoe – Urban Design Guidelines” (October 2012) and will replace “Urban Design for 250 Waterdale Road, Ivanhoe” adopted by Banyule City Council on November 2004.
The planning permit application (ref: P484/11) was for the redevelopment of the land for a residential aged care facility, comprising 178 beds, an adult day care centre and associated car parking, and vegetation removal.
Public exhibition of Amendment C86 and P484/11 occurred between 15 November 2012 and 24 December 2012.
An independent Planning Panel was appointed to consider the unresolved submissions. The Panel Report was issued on 26 June 2013. A full copy of the Planning Panel’s report can also be viewed below:
C86 Planning panel report
The proposal was adopted by Council at the meeting on 12 August 2013. It was then approved by the Minister for Planning and the new DDO10 was included in the Banyule Planning Scheme on 12 December 2013.
Amendment C77 proposed the following changes to the planning scheme:
- Improvements to the Municipal Strategic Statement (MSS).
- A new local planning policy for Cultural Heritage Conservation at Clause 22.
Updated Municipal Strategic Statement (MSS)
Updates to the MSS were guided by the Banyule Heritage Strategy 2013, so that the planning scheme reflects Council's strategic direction for heritage conservation.
To view the updates to the MSS go to Clause 21.03 and Clause 21.09.
To view the Banyule Heritage Strategy please download it from the list of Reference Documents.
A New Cultural Heritage Conservation Policy
A Cultural Heritage Conservation Policy has been put in the Banyule Planning Scheme. This local planning policy gives guidance to owners and applicants who are considering developing land covered by a Heritage Overlay. It will also assist decision makers when considering applications for a planning permit on land covered by a Heritage Overlay.The updated MSS and new Local Policy were gazetted on 30 May 2013 and have been put into the Banyule Planning Scheme so that assessments of planning applications for places affected by HOs are supported with locally prepared guidelines and reference documents. You can view the new Cultural Heritage Conservation Policy.
The approved amendment can also be viewed on the Victorian Government's website.
An Updated List of Important Heritage Places
This amendment introduced 65 new heritage places and extend one heritage precinct, in an updated schedule to the Heritage Overlay (HO) in the Banyule Planning Scheme. It also made some minor changes to the existing schedule to the HO by correcting some place names, addresses or associated planning scheme maps for 26 heritage places.
Amendment C64, which was gazetted on 6 September 2012. Go to Clause 43.01 to view the approved Schedule to the Heritage Overlay.
The approved amendment can also be viewed on the Victorian Government's website.
Should you have any questions about Amendment C64 please contact Strategic Planning by phone on 9457 9830 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rezoning Council owned land in Turnham Avenue Rosanna
Amendment C76 to the Banyule Planning Scheme proposes to rezone the land at 44-56 Turnham Avenue, 47-51 Douglas Street and part of 34 Station Road, Rosanna, from Public Use Zone 6 (Local Government) and Residential 1 Zone to Business 1 Zone.
The Amendment was on public exhibition from 9 May to 14 June.
A full copy of the exhibited planning scheme amendment can be viewed at Council’s Rosanna, Ivanhoe and Greensborough Service Centres. The amendment can also be viewed on the Victorian Government’s website.
Following its consideration of submissions, Council resolved on 29 August 2011 to change the proposal so that the land at Douglas Street be put in a Residential 1 Zone. Council also resolved to request the Minister for Planning’s appointment of a Planning Panel to consider submissions.
A Panel hearing was held on 27 September 2011. A copy of the Panel report is now available, including the Panel’s recommendations.
At its meeting on 5 December 2011, Council resolved to:
- Adopt the amendment to rezone the Turnham Avenue portion to the Business 1 Zone and the Douglas Street portion to the Mixed Use Zone, as per the Planning Panel’s recommendation.
- Continue investigations for:
a. Public car parking for the Library and Theatre
b. Public access along the drainage area
c. Further subdivision work to define boundaries and any agreements for land affected by the rezoning.
d. Council’s future customer service function in Rosanna after Council relocates from its current Service Centre at Turnham Avenue.
- Receive a further report once investigations are completed.
The Minister for Planning has now approved Amendment C76 to the Banyule Planning Scheme to rezone the land, effective from 16 February 2012.
Should you have any questions about Amendment C76, please contact Strategic Planning on 9457 9830 or email at email@example.com.
As part of the Ivanhoe structure planning process Council commissioned a heritage assessment of additional key residential areas and individual places in the Activity Area to find out whether they warranted the application of a Heritage Overlay (HO). The study found that one place and two precincts were worthy of inclusion in the Heritage Overlay:
- Inter-war shop, former post office, at 1041-1041a Heidelberg Road
- Kenilworth Parade Precinct
- Toora Street Precinct
A planning scheme amendment was prepared to implement and give statutory effect to the recommendations of the Ivanhoe Activity Centre Heritage Items and Precincts by including the properties recommended for heritage control in the Schedule to the Heritage Overlay at Clause 43.01 and the related Heritage Overlay Maps, Kenilworth Parade Precinct, Toora Street Precinct, 1041 Heidelberg Road and Saxam Homestead.
The amendment is required to ensure that the heritage places are protected from inappropriate demolition, alterations or additions that may threaten the significance of the identified heritage precincts or buildings.
One additional property located outside of Ivanhoe has also been included in the request for permanent heritage controls. Saxam Homestead is located at 108-130 Diamond Creek Road (St Helena), Greensborough and was nominated by a member of the community for heritage review. A heritage assessment found that the property does not have architectural significance but does have historical significance that warrants the application of a heritage overlay. Saxam Homestead has been included in this amendment as it was not identified in Banyule’s previous heritage review and subsequent planning scheme amendment.
Amendment C94 was placed on public exhibition between 5 December 2013 and 13 February 2014. A number of submissions were received during the exhibition period.
At its meeting on 3 March 2014, Council resolved to split the Amendment into two parts:
- Part 1 comprised places in respect of which no submissions were received, and was adopted by Council; and
- Part 2 comprised one precinct (Kenilworth Parade Precinct HO195) and one site (Saxam Homestead HO197) that were the subject of submissions, and were referred to a Panel.
Planning Scheme Amendment C94 (Part 1)
Amendment C94 (Part 1) was referred to the Minister for Planning for approval on Monday 17 March 2014.
The Minister for Planning approved Amendment C94 (Part 1) to the Banyule Planning Scheme without any changes. The Amendment came into operation on Thursday 17 July 2014.
The Amendment makes the existing interim overlays HO194 (Toora Street Precinct) and HO196 (former Darebin Post Office) permanent controls in the Banyule Planning Scheme, implementing the recommendations of the ‘Ivanhoe Activity Centre Heritage Review – Additional Precincts and Places 2013’.
Planning Scheme Amendment C94 (Part 2)
An independent Planning Panel was appointed to hear submissions in relation to Banyule Planning Scheme Amendment C94 (Part 2).
Council has received the Panel Report for Amendment C94. The Planning Panel has supported Council’s C94 proposal for a permanent Heritage Overlay Schedule 195 and 197. This overlay will recognise the importance of these heritage places in the Banyule Planning Scheme.
At its meeting on Monday 7 July 2014 Council resolved to adopt Planning Scheme Amendment C94 (Part 2) so that a permanent HO 195 and 197 is introduced into the Banyule Planning Scheme. Council then wrote to the Minister for Planning seeking approval of Amendment C94 (Part 2) and requesting a timely outcome before 31 October 2014, which is when the temporary HO195 is due to expire. The Minister for Planning approved Amendment C94 (Part 2) without any changes. The Amendment was Gazetted on 23 October 2014.
If you have any questions about Amendment C94 please contact Anne North on 9457 9887 (on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Banyule Planning Scheme Amendment C100 for the new residential zones has been approved. This means, if your property used to be in the Residential 1 Zone it will now have a new residential zoning.
In 2013 the Victorian Government released three new residential zones for all Victorian council’s to help simplify planning requirements and better manage growth. Council’s had until July 2014 to introduce these zones into their Planning Schemes. For Banyule City Council this meant replacing the previous Residential 1 Zone with the Neighbourhood Residential Zone (NRZ), General Residential Zone (GRZ), and Residential Growth Zone (RGZ).
Banyule introduced these new zones to the Banyule Planning Scheme through Amendment C100, which was approved by the Minister for Planning in July 2014.
Amendment C100 included:
- The application of the RGZ, GRZ and NRZ.
- The application of Schedule 1 to the RGZ and Schedules 1 and 2 to the GRZ. These Schedules give local variations to some of the State’s requirements in the new zones. The two different schedules have been applied in the GRZ as they are tailored to suit the characteristics of different areas within a zone.
- Updates to the Local Planning Policy Framework and the Special Use Zone to reflect the introduction of the new zones.
- The permanent application of the Schedule to the Low Density Residential Zone (LDRZ) to retain the minimum lot size of 0.4ha.
- Updates to the Banyule Planning Scheme maps to show the new RGZ, GRZ and NRZ, and update the reference to the new Commercial Zones that were recently introduced by the Victorian Government.
The previous Minister for Planning also made the following changes to the approved C100:
- Schedule 1 and 2 to the NRZ were referred to the Residential Zones Standing Advisory Committee (RZSAC) for review. The review was done in November last year. The new Minister for Planning did not approve these schedules, in accordance with the RZSAC recommendations.
- One neutral Schedule 3 to the NRZ (NRZ3) was applied to the entire NRZ, which included a permit trigger for single dwellings and additions for lots between 300 and 500 sqm.
These changes mean that the State’s default:
- limit of 2 dwellings per lot, applies to every lot in the NRZ in Banyule, regardless of its size.
- maximum building height of 8m also applies to every lot in the NRZ in Banyule.
Transitional provisions for these aspects of the NRZ apply to planning permit applications that were lodged before the new zones were introduced.
The details of the C100 approval were reported to Council at the Public Meeting on Monday 21 July 2014. The agenda and minutes for this meeting, including the report on the new zones are available on the Minutes and Agendas page.
Copies of the amendment documentation including the approved zones and schedules, are available from the DELWP Website.
Amendment C103 to the Banyule Planning Scheme has been approved and was published in the Victoria Government Gazette on 7 May 2015.
The Amendment rezones 22 and 24 Peters Street, Watsonia, from Public Park and Recreation Zone to General Residential Zone Schedule 1.
The Amendment was required to facilitate the possible sale of the land and reallocation of resources to purchase or improve land for public recreation within Banyule.
For details of the Amendment please follow the links below:
Amendment C103 is now part of the Banyule Planning Scheme.
If you have any questions about Amendment C103 please contact Nicola Rooks, Project Support Officer, by phone on 9457 9835 (Mon, Wed, Thurs) or email at email@example.com.
Amendment C93 to the Banyule Planning Scheme has been approved and was published in the Victorian Government Gazette on 28 May 2015.
The amendment enables the implementation of the Ivanhoe Structure Plan which was adopted by Council on 17 December 2012 with a revised version adopted on 1 December 2014. The structure plan outlines design and land use objectives and strategies for the Ivanhoe Major Activity Area and its seven precincts. The precincts are:
- Precinct 1 - Darebin Station
- Precinct 2 - Ivanhoe Plaza
- Precinct 3 - Lower Ivanhoe
- Precinct 4 - Ivanhoe Station
- Precinct 5 – Upper Heidelberg Road
- Precinct 6 - Civic Precinct
- Precinct 7 - Accessible Residential
This amendment introduces a new schedule 11 and 12 to the Design and Development Overlay (DDO) makes updates to the Municipal Strategic Statement (MSS) and changes the zoning of some land within the Activity Centre as described below and in the C93 Explanatory Report.
Municipal Strategic Statement
Amendment C93 amends the Banyule MSS by:
- Updating Clause 21.08, Local Places, to include the Heidelberg Specialised and Major Activity Centre (21.08-2) and the Ivanhoe Major Activity Area (21.08-3) as places that have strategic policy developed and implemented into the scheme.
- Updating Clause 21.08 to include the Ivanhoe Major Activity Area (21.08-3) which includes Visions, Objectives and Strategies relating to the future direction of the Ivanhoe Major Activity Area.
- Updating Clause 21.09 (References) to include the following Reference Documents: Ivanhoe Structure Plan, 2012 and Ivanhoe Activity Centre Heritage Items & Precincts, Context, 2013
The MSS will also be updated to include a number of objectives and strategies relating to the future direction of the Ivanhoe Activity Area based around the five main themes outlined in the Structure Plan:
- Cultural heritage and identity
- Land use
- Built environment
- Natural environment
- Transport and infrastructure
The proposed MSS changes mirror the Ivanhoe Structure Plan in terms of providing an overall vision and policy position for the Ivanhoe Activity Area. The structure plan was developed in close consultation with the community through a series of community meetings and workshops that discussed the content and direction of the Plan.
Design and Development Overlays
- Deletes Schedule 7 (Urban Design Guidelines for Ivanhoe Shopping Centre).
- Introduces a new Schedule 11 to the Design and Development Overlay (DDO11) at Clause 43.02 to control the design and built form outcomes in the Diversity Areas (Precincts 1-5) as identified in the Ivanhoe Structure Plan.
- Introduces a new schedule 12 to the Design and Development Overlay (DDO12) at Clause 43.02 to guide housing growth and development in the Accessible Residential areas identified in the Ivanhoe Structure Plan.
Amendment C93 rezones a number of sites in precincts 1, 3, 4 and 5 as follows:
Precinct 1 (Darebin Station)
- 1011-1091 Heidelberg Road (west side) rezoned from R1Z to MUZ
- 1052-1082 Heidelberg Road (east side) rezoned from R1Z to MUZ
- 32-38 Merton Street (north side) rezoned from R1Z to MUZ
Precinct 3 (Lower Ivanhoe)
- 55-71 Lower Heidelberg Road (north side) rezoned from R1Z to MUZ
- 92 Lower Heidelberg Road (south side) rezoned from R1Z to MUZ
Precinct 4 (Ivanhoe Station)
- 1-5 Westley Avenue (south west side) rezoned from R1Z to B1Z
- 2 Ivanhoe Parade (corner Westley Avenue) rezoned from R1Z to B1Z
- Westley Avenue (road reserve) rezoned from R1Z to B1Z
Precinct 5 (Upper Heidelberg Road)
- 9-61 Upper Heidelberg Road (east side) rezoned from R1Z to B1Z
- 10-14 Ivanhoe Parade (west side) rezoned from PUZ to R1Z
- Bryant Reserve rezoned from PUZ to PPRZ
- 111-115 Waterdale Road (east side) rezoned from R1Z to MUZ
- 7-21 Ivanhoe Parade (east side) rezoned from R1Z to MUZ
- 14-18 Ivanhoe Parade (west side) rezoned from PUZ to R1Z
If you have any questions about Amendment C93 please contact Anne North on 9457 9887 (on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Council has prepared Planning Scheme Amendment C101 which proposes to apply Schedule 2 to the Special Building Overlay (SBO2) to land which has been identified as being more likely to experience overland stormwater flows during a severe storm (also called a 1-in-100 year storm) and where Council is the responsible authority for local drains.
Specifically Amendment C101 proposes to:
- Introduce a new schedule, Schedule 2, to the Special Building Overlay at Clause 44.05.
- Update the existing Schedule to the Special Building Overlay so that the Schedule title and map label convention references the number 1.
- Update planning scheme maps 1SBO, 2SBO, 3SBO, 4SBO, 5SBO, 6SBO, 7SBO, 8SBO, 9SBO, 10SBO, 11SBO, 12SBO, 13SBO, 14SBO, 15SBO, 16SBO and 19SBO to define the extent of the Special Building Overlay Schedules 1 and 2.
- Insert a new planning scheme map 20SBO to define the extent of the Special Building Overlay Schedule 2.
- Add an additional planning scheme map, 20SBO, to the Schedule of Clause 61.03.
If you would like to view these documents and the Explanatory Report for Amendment C101 please visit Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.
Areas which have been included in the new SBO2 were identified by our expert drainage consultants. Details about the methodology and the development of the SBO2 can be found within the associated report.
The index map below shows the extent of the proposed SBO2.
Using the numbering system on the index map above, please click on the relevant grid reference on the map for more detail of the SBO2 in your local area.
You can also a request a property level map by emailing your name and address to email@example.com
Why is Amendment C101 being proposed and what does it mean
Council has decided to pursue this amendment to ensure that land subject to overland stormwater flows is developed in a way that minimises the risk of damage to properties and harm to people. Being included in the SBO2 means that future development on the land may require a planning permit. A discussion should be had with Council’s development planning department for advice on this. If a planning permit is applied for and granted, conditions on it will apply to ensure that living and sleeping areas are protected from the impacts of severe storms and that works do not increase the overland flow risk to neighbouring properties.
The Existing SBO in the Banyule Planning Scheme
Please note that all of the areas included within Schedule 2 are under the jurisdiction of Council as the responsible authority for drainage. There is an existing Schedule to the SBO already in the planning scheme and this relates to 1 in 100 year inundation areas where Melbourne Water manages the drainage system in its role as the regional drainage and floodplain management authority for the Port Phillip and Westernport region. Contact Melbourne Water for more information on their role. This Schedule will be renamed to Schedule 1 as part of Amendment C101.
Amendment C101 Progress
The following information will be periodically updated for C101’s progress through the planning scheme amendment process. Amendment documents and progress are also available from the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.
Update 1: 11 May 2015
Public exhibition happened for 5 weeks between Thursday 26 February 2015 and Thursday 2 April 2015. The amendment documents were available for public inspection at:
- Rosanna Service Centre - 44 Turnham Avenue, ROSANNA
- Greensborough Service Centre - 9 – 13 Flintoff Street, GREENSBOROUGH
- Ivanhoe Service Centre - 275 Upper Heidelberg Road, IVANHOE
Following exhibition, Council considered the received submissions at its 11 May 2015 meeting. Some submissions supported the proposal and others wanted changes. Council resolved to write to the Minister for Planning, so a Planning Panel could be appointed to consider all unresolved submissions. Council also resolved to contact all submitters to give them an update on C101’s progress. This included informing those submitters with unresolved issues that their submission was being referred to a Planning Panel.
A summary of issues in submissions, along with more detail about C101’s background, is available in the 11 May 2015 Council Agenda (see item 4.2).
Update 2: 22 May 2015
After Council’s 11 May 2015 meeting, written contact was made with all submitters to give them an update on C101’s progress after Council completed public exhibition. On 19 May 2015 a letter was sent to the Minister for Planning, requesting the appointment of a Planning Panel so unresolved submissions could be further considered. Any unresolved submissions with queries about:
- SBO2 maps, were referred to Council’s expert consultants who prepared the maps;
- Drainage maintenance in specific locations, were also referred to Council’s Cleansing and Maintenance Department, for any outstanding maintenance requests.
Planning Panels Victoria administer Planning Panels and will contact submitters, to see how they would like to participate in the Planning Panel’s process. We have engaged expert consultants as Expert Witnesses, to prepare and present a statement at a planning panel hearing. This will include their advice on submissions that queried the SBO2 maps.
Update 3: 30 June 2015
Arising from the 29 June 2015 Directions Hearing for the C101 proposal, Council is providing the:
1. 2013/14 flood modelling study that is described in the Development of the Special Building Overlay Technical Report (February 2015). This technical report was made available during public exhibition of the C101 proposal. Details of the study are given in the Stormwater Management – Catchment Analysis (September 2013) report that is shown below, in various parts.
Part 1 gives the body of the report, see below:
Parts 2, 3 and 4 of the report are the appendices, which gives maps for the entire municipality 5 year Average Recurrence Interval (ARI) and 100 year ARI storm events.
2. Revised version of the proposed SBO2 Schedule provisions that has emerged from Council’s consideration of submissions. This revised version will be tabled by Council at the upcoming Panel Hearing. The revised version is shown below in two formats. The first shows a ‘track-changes’ version, to help illustrate the changes in comparison to the exhibited version, and the second shows a ‘clean’ version.
Update 4: 10 July 2015
Arising from the 29 June 2015 Directions Hearing for the C101 proposal, Council is providing its Expert Witness Report from the link below:
Banyule City Council C101 - Expert Witness Report
A hard copy of the Expert Witness Report is also at each of Council’s Customer Service Centres:
275 Upper Heidelberg Road. Open: Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5.00pm.
9 - 13 Flintoff Street. Open: Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm and Saturday 9.00am to 12.00pm.
44 Turnham Avenue. Open: Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm and open until 7.00pm on Wednesday.
Update 5: 7 October 2015
The Planning Panel has considered submissions for the C101 proposal and has released the Panel Report.
The Panel has recommended some changes to Council’s C101 proposal. These changes and others considered by the Panel, are described in the report. Council’s consideration of the Panel report will happen at a future Council meeting. This is tentatively scheduled for 9 November 2015. Please monitor Council’s meeting minutes and agenda page for final scheduling and direct any queries about the Panel’s report to David Cox, Council’s Strategic Planning Coordinator on telephone (03) 9457 9827 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Update 6: 9 November 2015
At the Council meeting on 9 November 2015, Council received and considered a report about the C101 proposal. At this meeting, Council accepted the Planning Panel’s recommendations in the Panel Report and adopted an updated version of C101 that includes the Panel’s recommendations. Council also resolved to send the adopted C101 to the Government, so it can be approved and put into the Banyule Planning Scheme. Council’s resolution and the report can be accessed from the meeting minutes and agenda page.
Update 7:14 April 2016
Amendment C101 to the Banyule Planning Scheme was approved by the Minister for Planning and gazetted on 3 March 2016. The amendment introduces Schedule 2 of the Special Building Overlay to land identified for overland stormwater flows during a 1 in 100 year storm event and where Banyule City Council is the responsible local authority for drainage.