Lake Macquarie Local Environmental Plan 2004
Schedule 9 Consent to development subject to special requirements
(Clauses 42 (2))
Land at Warners Bay, being Lot 1, DP 204920, Myles Avenue, Warners Bay.
Provision for future vehicle and pedestrian access through Hillsborough Road, Warners Bay in a manner that is satisfactory to the Council.
Land at Cameron Park, being Lots 105–109 and 112–113 and 118, DP 1016351, Lots 202–206 and 210–216, DP 1070348, Lots 1151–1152, DP 1070457, Lot 789, DP 1071617, Lots 304, 308–312, 317–320, 326–329 and 336, DP 1089554, Lot 100, DP 1102166, Lot 1, DP 1113107, SP 79436, Lots 103–104, DP 1049681, SP 79911, Lot 3, DP 1128456, Lot 3300, DP 1134814, Lots 2000 and 2001, DP 1144842, Lot 3000, DP 1141675 and Lots 3001 and 3002, DP 1156454, Stenhouse Drive, Kalinya Close, Farragher Way, Billbrooke Close, Cameron Park Drive, Cameron Park, being land in Zone 4 (1).
All stormwater must be detained and treated within the site boundaries.
There must be no direct vehicular access to or egress from the site from or to the F3 Freeway, George Booth Drive or the Newcastle Link Road.
There must be no direct vehicular or pedestrian access to Cameron Park Drive from lots fronting Cameron Park Drive.
A vegetation buffer is to be established along the adjoining F3 Freeway, the Newcastle Link Road and Cameron Park Drive to the satisfaction of the Council.
Land at Wangi Wangi, being Lot 101, DP 880089, known as Wangi power station, as shown edged heavy black on Sheets 1 and 2 of the map marked “Lake Macquarie Local Environmental Plan 2004 (Amendment No 33)” deposited in the office of the Council.
Any proposed residential development—
(a) will not, or is unlikely to, be adversely affected by noise, visual or odour impacts from the adjoining mining and petroleum production operation, and
(b) incorporates all practical mitigation measures for the management of noise, visual and odour impacts from the adjoining mining and petroleum production operation.
The gross floor area of all buildings that will be used for retail development (that is, retail premises, shops and shop top housing) will not exceed 5,000 square metres.
The remaining gross floor area (that is, the floor area other than the area used for retail development) is to be used for a combination of other uses permitted on the land, other than retail development.
Land at the former Pasminco Cockle Creek Smelter site and the former Incitec Pivot Fertilizer site at Boolaroo, being—
(a) Lot 2, DP 1127713 and Lot 21, DP 251322, as shown edged heavy black and lettered “2 (2)” and “3 (2)” on the map marked “Lake Macquarie Local Environmental Plan 2004 (Amendment No 21)”, and
(b) Part Lot 1, DP 523781, Lot 2, DP 1127713 and Part Lot 1, DP 225720, lettered “2 (1)”, “2 (2)”, “B4”, “4 (2)” and “7 (2)” on the map marked “Lake Macquarie Local Environmental Plan 2004 (Amendment No 57)”, and
(c) Part of Lot 1, DP 225720, 1A First Street, Boolaroo, as shown edged heavy black and lettered “2 (1)” on the map marked “Lake Macquarie Local Environmental Plan 2004 (Amendment No 83)”.
Provision for future vehicle access from Munibung Road, Cardiff, through to TC Frith Avenue, Boolaroo.
There must be no significant land use conflicts between the proposed development and the ongoing remediation of the remainder of the site.
Land at Cardiff, being Lot 11, Section 12, DP 2472, 13 Henry Street.
Provision for future vehicular access to the site.
Land at Ada Street, Cardiff, being Lots 1 and 2, DP 788892, as shown edged heavy black and lettered “2 (1)” and “2 (2)” on the map marked “Lake Macquarie Local Environmental Plan 2004 (Amendment No 46)”.
The existing on-site stormwater detention volume plus any additional storage volume required by the development must be detained within the site boundaries, unless an alternative location is approved by Council.