(1) A person must not subdivide land to which this plan applies without the consent of the council.(2) A person must not open a road on land to which this plan applies without the consent of the council.
(1) This clause applies to all land to which this plan applies with the exception of land within Zone No 2 (f).(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of this plan, development for the purpose of an advertisement, described in the Table to this clause, but not being an advertisement of a form, type or size listed in Schedule 2, may be carried out without development consent, but only in accordance with the conditions (if any) specified in the Table.(3) Development for the purpose of an advertisement of a form, type or size listed in Schedule 2 is prohibited.
Table Advertisements allowed without consent
Description of advertisement
Conditions to be met
Advertisement within a site being an advertisement which is not visible from outside the site on which it is displayed.
Advertisement must not be displayed on a heritage item or on a site within a heritage conservation area.
Business identification sign being an advertisement that displays any or all of the following information relating to the place or premises to which it is fixed:• the identity or a description of the place or premises,• the identity or a description of any person residing or carrying on an occupation at the place or premises,• particulars of any occupation carried on at the place or premises,• such directions or cautions as are usual or necessary relating to the place or premises or any occupation carried on there,• particulars or notifications required or permitted to be displayed by or under any State or Commonwealth Act,• particulars relating to the goods, commodities or services dealt with or provided at the place or premises,• particulars of any activities held or to be held at the place or premises,• a reference to an affiliation with a trade, professional or other association relevant to the business conducted at the place or premises.
For each place or premises, one of each of the following type of advertisements may be displayed on the outside of the place or premises:• under awning• top hamper• fascia (painted on a conventional awning).
Advertisement displaying a message changed from that displayed by a previously lawful advertisement.
Public notice being a notice for public information displayed by a public authority giving information or directions about services provided.
Real estate sign being an advertisement that contains only a notice that the place or premises to which it is fixed is or are for sale or letting (together with the particulars of the sale or letting) and that is not displayed for more than 14 days after the letting or completion of the sale.
Maximum of 2 signs per property.
Signs must not exceed 4.5m2 in area.
Temporary sign being an advertisement of a temporary nature that:(a) announces any local event of a religious, educational, cultural, political, social, or recreational character or relates to any temporary matter in connection with such an event, and(b) does not include advertising of a commercial nature.
Temporary signs may consist of advertisements in the form of banners, bunting, posters, inflatable structures and the like.
Signs must not be displayed earlier than 28 days before the event to which it relates is to take place.
Signs must be removed within 14 days after that event.
(1) A person is prohibited from ringbarking, cutting down, digging up, topping, lopping, removing or injuring by mechanical or chemical means any tree, and from taking any other action which could cause the death of any tree, except with the consent of the council.(2) Notwithstanding subclause (1), the consent of the council is not required for:(a) the pruning of a tree for the purpose of its regeneration or shaping, or(b) necessary action in relation to a tree to prevent imminent personal injury or imminent damage to property, or(c) the taking of appropriate action where the tree has otherwise become dangerous, but only if 7 days’ notice of the action proposed has been given to the council, or(d) the removal of noxious plants, being plants listed as noxious plants in a pamphlet published by the Hawkesbury River County Council and available to the public in the office of the council.(3) This clause does not apply to tree trimming, tree removal or other similar measures carried out by an electricity supply authority, which is in accordance with any tree management agreement approved by the council.