Development Proposals and Consents
As the consenting authority, Richmond Valley Council has received the following development applications for consideration. The development application and Statement of Environmental Effects may be inspected at Council’s Office, Cnr Walker Street & Graham Place, Casino, 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday or Council’s Evans Head Office from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and Saturday 9am to 12 noon.
Amendments to Local Government and Planning Legislation now require the public disclosure of donations or gifts when lodging or commenting on development proposals. Anyone lodging or commenting on a development proposal will be required to disclose any political donations or gifts they have made in the two years preceding the application. Disclosure statements are available from Council’s offices in Casino and Evans Head or on the website: www.richmondvalley.nsw.gov.au. For further information on the Disclosure of Political Donations or Gifts, view the Department of Planning website:
Written submissions in respect of any application, quoting DA number and location, will be accepted by Council until 4.30pm on the date specified in the column below. Any submissions received will be considered on their merits in conjunction with the assessment of the application.
|DA No.||Applicant||Location||Description||Exhibition Period|
|DA2017/0143||Daly International Pty Ltd||Lot 6 SP 66360 – 6/3-5 Canberra Road, Evans Head||Installation of telecommunications facility (30-metre monopole, antennas, equipment shelter & ancillary equipment).||8 February 2017 to 10 March 2017|
|DA2017/0146||Daly International Pty Ltd||Lot 1 Sec 28 DP 759110 – Wagner Street, Woodburn||Installation of telecommunications facility (25-metre monopole, antennas, radio communications dish & ancillary equipment).||8 February 2017 to 10 March 2017|
DA2017.0003 Evans Head Airpark
|DA No.||Applicant||Location||Description||Exhibition Period|
|DA2017.0003||Evans Head Airpark Pty Ltd||Lot 3 DP 1217074 – Memorial Airport Drive, Evans Head||
Staged development (Clause 83B of EPA Act) for integrated, residential, industrial and commercial aviation development. 113 Lot subdivision (Clause 5.10(10) RVLEP2012) and associated infrastructure and works. Integrated approvals NSW Rural Fire Service, Roads and Maritime Services, and Office of Environment and Heritage. Stage 1: 113 lot subdivision and associated roads and infrastructure.
|27 July 2016 to 29 August 2016|
- Clients Consent signed
- DA form Evans Head Airpark
- Evans Head Airpark Statement of Environmental Effects
- Figure 1 Concept Plan
- Figure 2 Concept Plan
- Figure 3 Concept Plan
- Figure 4 Concept Plan
- Figure 5 Concept Plan
In accordance with the provisions of Section 101, notice is given that the undermentioned developments have been granted consent, or a complying development certificate. Details of the application and a copy of the consent together with any conditions may be inspected without charge at Council's Customer Service Centres in Casino and Evans Head from 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Outback Camps Australia
Council’s Development Assessment Panel approved an application from Outback Camps Australia for the establishment of a caravan park on the Woodburn-Evans Head Road to provide temporary workers’ accommodation during the construction phase of the Pacific Highway upgrade. Council approval is for five years, and Outback Camps Australia is obligated to remediate the site at the end of the usage period. The Assessment Report and Recommendations is available for download at the bottom of this page.
Civeo Pty Ltd
Council’s Development Assessment Panel approved an application from Civeo Pty Ltd for the establishment of temporary workers' accommodation at 104-116 Richmond Street and 4-8 Duke Street Woodburn. The development is proposed to be temporary, with the estimated length of the highway construction works being five years. The Determination Report and site plans are available for download at the bottom of this page.
Consents as per Council's public notices advertisement, RREE 25 January 2017
|Application ID||Property Description||Property Address||Full Details||Determined||Determine Type|
|DA2017/0071||Lot 53 DP 884031||7 Rodeo Drive, NORTH CASINO NSW 2470||Granny flat (5.8x6.4), patio (existing slab), storage shed (6x6)||20/12/2016||Approved|
|DA2017/0077||Lot M DP 159838 & Lot D DP 89484||101 Walker Street, CASINO NSW 2470||Change of use and alteration to commercial premises & signage including digital sign||12/01/2017||Approved|
|DA2017/0094||Lot 1 DP 1145157||Centre Street, CASINO NSW 2470||As-built signage||20/12/2016||Approved|
|DA2017/0100||Lot 1 DP 876258||535 Benns Road, SHANNON BROOK NSW 2470||Alterations and additions to existing rural industry (bulk grain storage 40,000 tonnes per annum and grain processing facility 20,000 tonnes per annum), as-built grain storage silos (43 silos), and as-built weighbridge (Exception to Development Standard Clause 4.3 Height of Buildings)||22/12/2016||Approved|
|DA2017/0109||Lot 63 DP 884031||26 Rodeo Drive, NORTH CASINO NSW 2470||Shed||22/12/2016||Approved|
|DA2017/0110||Lot 4 SP 77944||4/82-94 Barker Street, CASINO NSW 2470||Replacement of existing floor||12/01/2017||Approved|
|DA2017/0111||Lot 2 DP 1225427||9 School Lane, EVANS HEAD NSW 2473||New single dwelling & detached garage||17/01/2017||Approved|
|DA2017/0114||Lot 2 DP 376666||89 Richmond Street, WOODBURN NSW 2472||Dwelling extensions||5/01/2017||Approved|
|DA2017/0116||Lot 6 DP 881780||9 Harvest View Place, FAIRY HILL NSW 2470||Demolition of existing shed & new shed||12/01/2017||Approved|
|DA2017/0122||Lot 5 DP 1167260||6 Marsh Place, CASINO NSW 2470||Shed||22/12/2016||Approved|
|DA2015/0141.02||Lot 1 DP 314353||169 Pacific Highway, BROADWATER NSW 2472||Secondary dwelling||11/01/2017||Approved|
Written submissions in respect of any application, quoting DA number and location will be accepted by Council until 4.30pm on the date specified in the right-hand column. Any submissions received will be considered on their merits in conjunction with the assessment of the application.
You should be aware that any written submission received by Council will be kept on the relevant application file which might be inspected by third parties at any time. Council will accept no responsibility for defamatory or other similar matter included in submissions. Any such matter is included in the submission at the risk of the person making it. Objectors have a right to remain anonymous if they so choose. However, should an objector need to substantiate their objections, anonymous objections may be given less weight in the overall consideration of the application. Alternatively, objectors may include their name and/or address in their submission but request the General Manager under Section 739 of the Local Government Act to ensure that any such material to be made available for public inspection, be prepared so as to omit the person’s place of living. Please note this is only available if the person considers the disclosure would place that person or a member of the person’s family at risk and must be supported by a Statutory Declaration to that effect. In the great majority of cases, Council is obliged by the requirements of the Government Information (Public Access) Act of 2009 to allow access to its files in respect of development applications/construction certificates even when the matter is the subject of litigation.
Disclosure of political donations and gifts when lodging or commenting on development proposals
As of 1 October 2008, NSW Government legislation now requires the public disclosure of donations or gifts when lodging or commenting on development proposals. This regulation is designed to improve the transparency of the planning system. The law introduces disclosure requirements for individuals or entities with a relevant financial interest as part of the lodgement of:
- various types of development proposals; or
- requests to initiate environmental planning instruments or development control plans.
These disclosure requirements apply at the time of lodgement and during assessment of any planning applications to council or the NSW Government. Disclosure requirements also apply to individuals or entities lodging submissions in objection or support to the above types of proposals. A person is required to disclose any reportable political donations and gifts (if any) made by any person with a financial interest in the application within the period commencing two years before the application is lodged and ending when the application is determined. This includes:
- all reportable political donations made to any local councillor of the council;
- all gifts made to any local councillor or employee of that council;
- a reportable political donation made to a local councillor or any local council includes any donation made at the time the person was a candidate for election to the council; and
- a relevant public submission means a written submission made by a person objecting to or supporting a planning application or and any development that would be authorised by the granting of the application.
How and when to make a disclosure
If you are required to make a disclosure of a reportable political donation or gift under the EP&A Act, the disclosure is to be made:
- In, or in a statement accompanying, the relevant planning application or submission if the donation or gift is made before the application or submission is made; or
- If the donation or gift is made afterwards, in a statement of the person to whom the relevant planning application or submission was made within seven days after the donation or gift is made.
Note: reportable political donations include those of or above $1000. A gift includes a gift of money or the provision of any other valuable thing or service for no consideration or inadequate consideration.
A person is guilty of an offence under section 125 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 in connection with the obligations under section 147 only if the person fails to make a disclosure of a political donation or gift in accordance with section 147 that the person knows, or ought reasonably to know, was made and is required to be disclosed under section 147. The maximum penalty for any such offence is the maximum penalty under Part 6 of the Election Funding and Disclosures Act 1981 for making a false statement in a declaration of disclosures lodged under that Part. Note: The maximum penalty is currently 200 penalty units (currently $22,000) or imprisonment for 12 months, or both. For further information, refer to the Department of Planning Circular PS 08_009, which is accessible at http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/Policy-and-Legislation/Planning-System-Circulars
How to view the register of disclosures
Council maintains a register of reportable political donations and gifts when lodging or commenting on development proposals. Arrangements to view the register can be made by calling Council's Governance Officer on 6660 0300. Register of declarations for disclosure of political donations by Councillors is lodged with the Election Funding Authority and is available at http://www.elections.nsw.gov.au/fd.
Should you have any further enquiries in this matter, please contact Council’s Development Assessment Group on 6660 0300.