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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council

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This is the current version of the Development Plan as at the consolidated date shown above. It must be read in conjunction with any subsequent amendments. These can be found on the list of Interim and Approved Plan Amendment Reports not consolidated into Development Plans.

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Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure


Roma Mitchell House 136 North Terrace Adelaide Postal Address GPO Box 1815 Adelaide SA 5001 Phone (08) 8303 0600 Fax (08) 8303 0782 Email dplgwebmaster@sa.gov.au Web www.dpti.sa.gov.au

Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council


4 Gleeson Street Clare Postal Address 4 Gleeson Street Clare SA 5453 Phone (08) 8842 6400 Fax (08) 8842 3624 Email admin@cgvc.sa.gov.au Internet www.claregilbertvalleys.sa.gov.au

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Introduction Section 1

Amendment Record Table....................................................................................................... 3 Introduction to the Development Plan ................................................................................... 5 Council Strategic Setting....................................................................................................... 10 Council Preface Map .............................................................................................................. 11

General Section

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Animal Keeping ...................................................................................................................... 15


Horse Keeping ..........................................................................................................................................15 Dairies.......................................................................................................................................................16 Intensive Animal Keeping .........................................................................................................................16

Bulk Handling and Storage Facilities ................................................................................... 18 Centres and Retail Development .......................................................................................... 19
Retail Development...................................................................................................................................20

Community Facilities ............................................................................................................. 21 Crime Prevention.................................................................................................................... 22 Design and Appearance ........................................................................................................ 23


Building Setbacks from Road Boundaries ................................................................................................24

Energy Efficiency ................................................................................................................... 26 Forestry ................................................................................................................................... 27 Hazards ................................................................................................................................... 29


Flooding ....................................................................................................................................................29 Bushfire.....................................................................................................................................................30 Salinity ......................................................................................................................................................31 Acid Sulfate Soils ......................................................................................................................................31 Site Contamination....................................................................................................................................32 Containment of Chemical and Hazardous Materials ................................................................................32 Landslip.....................................................................................................................................................32

Heritage Places....................................................................................................................... 33 Historic (Conservation) Policy Area ..................................................................................... 35 Industrial Development.......................................................................................................... 37


Small-scale agricultural industries, home-based industries, mineral water extraction and processing plants, and wineries in rural areas .........................................................................................38

Infrastructure .......................................................................................................................... 41

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Interface between Land Uses ................................................................................................ 43


Noise ........................................................................................................................................................ 43 Rural Interface.......................................................................................................................................... 44

Land Division .......................................................................................................................... 45


Design and Layout ................................................................................................................................... 46 Roads and Access ................................................................................................................................... 47 Land Division in Rural Areas.................................................................................................................... 48

Landscaping, Fences and Walls ........................................................................................... 49 Mineral Extraction................................................................................................................... 51


Separation Treatments, Buffers and Landscaping .................................................................................. 52

Natural Resources .................................................................................................................. 53


Water Sensitive Design............................................................................................................................ 54 Water Catchment Areas and Water Quality............................................................................................. 55 Stormwater............................................................................................................................................... 57 Biodiversity and Native Vegetation .......................................................................................................... 57 Soil Conservation ..................................................................................................................................... 59

Open Space and Recreation .................................................................................................. 60 Orderly and Sustainable Development................................................................................. 63 Outdoor Advertisements........................................................................................................ 64
Safety ....................................................................................................................................................... 65 Freestanding Advertisements .................................................................................................................. 65 Flags, Bunting and Streamers ................................................................................................................. 66 Advertising along Arterial Roads.............................................................................................................. 66

Renewable Energy Facilities ................................................................................................. 67 Residential Development ....................................................................................................... 68


Design and Appearance........................................................................................................................... 68 Overshadowing ........................................................................................................................................ 69 Garages, Carports and Outbuildings ....................................................................................................... 69 Street and Boundary Setbacks ................................................................................................................ 70 Site Coverage .......................................................................................................................................... 70 Private Open Space ................................................................................................................................. 70 Site Facilities and Storage ....................................................................................................................... 71 Visual Privacy........................................................................................................................................... 71 Noise ........................................................................................................................................................ 72 Car Parking and Access........................................................................................................................... 72 Undercroft Garaging of Vehicles.............................................................................................................. 73 Dependent Accommodation..................................................................................................................... 73 Swimming Pools and Outdoor Spas ........................................................................................................ 73

Short-Term Workers Accommodation.................................................................................. 74 Siting and Visibility................................................................................................................. 75

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Sloping Land........................................................................................................................... 77 Supported Accommodation .................................................................................................. 78 Telecommunications Facilities ............................................................................................. 80 Tourism Development............................................................................................................ 81
Tourism Development in Association with Dwelling(s) .............................................................................82 Tourism Development Outside Townships...............................................................................................82

Transportation and Access ................................................................................................... 84


Land Use...................................................................................................................................................84 Movement Systems ..................................................................................................................................84 Cycling and Walking .................................................................................................................................85 Access ......................................................................................................................................................86 Access for People with Disabilities ...........................................................................................................86 Vehicle Parking .........................................................................................................................................86

Waste....................................................................................................................................... 88
Wastewater ...............................................................................................................................................89 Waste Treatment Systems .......................................................................................................................89

Waste Management Facilities ............................................................................................... 91

Zone Section

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Bulk Handling Zone................................................................................................................ 97 Caravan and Tourist Park Zone .......................................................................................... 100 Commercial Zone ................................................................................................................. 104
East Terrace Policy Area 1 .....................................................................................................................106

Deferred Urban Zone............................................................................................................ 109 District Town Centre Zone................................................................................................... 112 Industry Zone........................................................................................................................ 115 Primary Production Zone .................................................................................................... 119
Horticulture Policy Area 2 .......................................................................................................................123

Recreation Zone ................................................................................................................... 129 Residential Zone................................................................................................................... 132


Affordable Housing .................................................................................................................................135 Clare Low Density Policy Area 3 ............................................................................................................136 Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 .........................................................................................138 Clare Square Mile Road Policy Area 10 .................................................................................................139

Rural Landscape Protection Zone ...................................................................................... 144 Rural Living Zone ................................................................................................................. 151
Town Approach Policy Area 5 ................................................................................................................153

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State Heritage Area (Mintaro) .............................................................................................. 157


Town Centre (Mintaro) Policy Area 6..................................................................................................... 163 Residential (Mintaro) Policy Area 7........................................................................................................ 165 Precinct 1 Core Residential............................................................................................................... 167 Precinct 2 Western Residential ......................................................................................................... 167 Precinct 3 Northern Residential......................................................................................................... 168 Precinct 4 Eastern Residential .......................................................................................................... 168 Rural Living (Mintaro) Policy Area 8 ...................................................................................................... 169 Township Fringe (Mintaro) Policy Area 9............................................................................................... 171

Town Centre Zone ................................................................................................................ 175 Township Zone ..................................................................................................................... 178

Table Section

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Table CGV/1 - Building Setbacks from Road Boundaries ................................................ 185 Table CGV/2 - Design Guidelines for Advertising Signs................................................... 187 Table CGV/3 - Off Street Vehicle Parking Requirements .................................................. 190 Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines ................................ 192 Table CGV/5 - Local Heritage Places .................................................................................. 199 Table CGV/6 - State Heritage Places................................................................................... 202

Mapping Section

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Map Reference Tables.......................................................................................................... 211 Spatial Extent Maps.............................................................................................................. 215 Bushfire Risk BPA Maps...................................................................................................... 333 Concept Plan Maps............................................................................................................... 371

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Introduction Section

Introduction Section

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Introduction Section Amendment Record Table

Amendment Record Table


The following table is a record of authorised amendments and their consolidation dates for the Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Development Plan since its inception on 2 March 2000. Further information on authorised amendments prior to this date may be researched through the relevant Council, the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure or by viewing Gazette records. Consolidated 2 March 2000 20 April 2000 25 May 2000 Not consolidated 1 March 2001 4 October 2001 14 February 2002 14 November 2002 30 January 2003 16 October 2003 1 March 2007 21 June 2007 19 March 2009 3 September 2009 25 February 2010 10 June 2010 23 September 2010 17 February 2011 9 February 2012 Amendment [Gazetted date] Consolidation of Clare (DC), Saddleworth and Auburn (DC) and Riverton PAR [2 March 2000] Section 27(5) Amendment - Waste Disposal (Landfill) PAR (Ministerial) [9 March 2000] Section 29(2)(b) Amendment [20 April 2000] Section 29(2)(a) [25 May 2000] Telecommunications Facilities State-wide Policy Framework PAR (Ministerial) (Interim) [31 August 2000] Industry PAR [8 February 2001] Heritage Conservation PAR [1 March 2001] Telecommunications Facilities State-wide Policy Framework PAR (Ministerial) [30 August 2001] Organic Waste Processing (Composting) PAR (Ministerial) (Interim) [20 December 2001] General PAR [14 November 2002] Organic Waste Processing (Composting) PAR [5 December 2002] Wind Farms PAR (Ministerial) [24 July 2003] Section 29(2)(b) and 29(3)(a) Amendments [16 October 2003] Bushfire Management (Part 2) PAR (Ministerial) [14 December 2006] Editorial Correction - Figures CGV/1 and CGV/2 [-] Mintaro DPA [19 March 2009] Better Development Plan (BDP) and General DPA [3 September 2009] Bushfire (Miscellaneous Amendments) DPA (Ministerial) (Interim) [10 December 2009] Section 29(2)(b)(ii) Amendment [25 February 2010] Statewide Bulky Goods DPA (Ministerial) (Interim) [1 June 2010] Square Mile Road Clare DPA (Ministerial) [23 September 2010] Bushfires (Miscellaneous Amendments) DPA (Ministerial) [9 December 2010] Statewide Bulky Goods DPA (Ministerial) [13 January 2011] Statewide Wind Farms DPA (Interim) (Ministerial) [19 October 2011]

Consolidated: The date of which an authorised amendment to a Development Plan was consolidated (incorporated into the published Development Plan) pursuant to section 31 of the Development Act 1993. Gazetted: The date of which an authorised amendment was authorised through the publication of a notice in the Government Gazette pursuant to Part 3 of the Development Act 1993.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Introduction Section Introduction to the Development Plan

Introduction to the Development Plan


Welcome to the Development Plan for the Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council. This introduction has been prepared by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure as a guide to assist you in understanding this Development Plan. For full details about your rights and responsibilities, you are advised to refer to the Development Act 1993 and the associated Development Regulations 2008 and/or consult your council. A number of guides and additional information regarding South Australias Planning and Development Assessment System are available via the website www.dpti.sa.gov.au or by contacting the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure at 136 North Terrace, Adelaide, SA 5000.

Overview of the Planning System


South Australia has an integrated planning and development system, with three distinct but interrelated parts, these being: Legislation The Planning Strategy Development Plans.

The legislative framework establishing the planning and development system and setting out its statutory procedures is provided by the Development Act 1993 and its associated Development Regulations 2008. The Development Act is the core legislation enacted by the South Australian Parliament to establish the planning and development system framework and many of the processes required to be followed within that framework (including processes for assessing development applications). The Regulations provide more details about the framework and are updated from time to time by the Governor (on the advice of the Minister for Planning). The State Government's broad vision for sustainable land use and the built development of the state is outlined in the Planning Strategy. The relevant volume of the Planning Strategy for this Development Plan is the Mid North Region Plan. The Planning Strategy, which covers a full range of social, economic and environmental issues, informs and guides policies both across Government and in local area Development Plans. The Planning Strategy is required under section 22 of the Development Act and is updated by the State Government every few years. Local councils also prepare strategic plans which guide the same matters but at a local level. These strategic plans are not, however, development assessment tools: that is the role of Development Plans. Development Plans are the key on-the-ground development assessment documents in South Australia. They contain the rules that set out what can be done on any piece of land across the state, and the detailed criteria against which development applications will be assessed. Development Plans cover distinct and separate geographic areas of the state. There is a separate Development Plan for each one of the 68 local council areas, plus a handful of other Development Plans covering areas not situated within local government boundaries. Development Plans outline what sort of developments and land use are and are not envisaged for particular zones (eg residential, commercial, industrial), and various objectives, principles and policies further controlling and affecting the design and other aspects of proposed developments.

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What is Development?
Development is defined in Section 4 of the Development Act 1993 as: a change in the use of land or buildings the creation of new allotments through land division (including Strata and Community Title division) building work (including construction, demolition, alteration and associated excavation/fill) cutting, damaging or felling of significant trees specific work in relation to State and Local heritage places prescribed mining operations other acts or activities in relation to land as declared by the Development Regulations.

No development can be undertaken without an appropriate Development Approval being obtained from the relevant authority after an application and assessment process.

How does the Development Plan relate to other legislation?


The Development Plan is a self-contained policy document prepared under and given statutory recognition pursuant to the Development Act 1993. It is generally independent of other legislation but is one of many mechanisms that control or manage the way that land and buildings are used. The Development Act and Regulations contain a number of provisions to ensure that development applications are referred to other government agencies when appropriate.

What doesnt a Development Plan do?


Development Plans are applicable only when new development is being designed or assessed. They do not affect existing development (see above for a description of what constitutes development). Once a Development Approval is issued, the details contained within the application and any conditions attached to that approval are binding. Development Plan policies guide the point in time assessment of a development application but do not generally seek to control the on-going management of land, which is the role of other legislation (eg the Environment Protection Act, Natural Resources Management Act, Liquor Licensing Act).

When do you use the Development Plan?


The Development Plan should be used during a development application process. This may include: when undertaking or proposing to undertake development (eg building a house or factory or converting an office into a shop) when assessing or determining a development proposal (eg by council staff, a Council or Regional Development Assessment Panel or the Development Assessment Commission) when you believe you could be affected by a proposed development and you are given an opportunity to comment on it as part of the assessment process.

How to read the Development Plan


Development Plans are comprised of several sections as described below. All sections and all relevant provisions within each section of the Development Plan must be considered in relation to a development proposal or application. Development Plans use three text font colours: (a) Black text is used to identify all standard policy that forms the basis of all council Development Plans.

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(b) Green text is used to identify additional council-specific policy or variables that have been included in the Development Plan to reflect local circumstances. (c) Blue text illustrates hyperlinks to maps, overlays and tables in the Development Plan. These hyperlinks are operational only when viewing electronic versions of the Development Plan.

Development Plan Structure Overview


Advisory Section Table of Contents Amendment Record Table Function Navigational aid to reference sections within the Development Plan by name and page number. Tabled information recording previously-authorised Development Plan amendments and their consolidation dates. A general overview of the context, purpose and way a Development Plan is set out (this section is advisory only and not used for development assessment purposes).

Introduction Overview of the Planning System What is Development? How does the Development Plan relate to other legislation? What doesnt a Development Plan do? When do you use the Development Plan? How to read the Development Plan? Strategic Setting State Strategic Setting (Metro/Outer Metro/Regional Planning Strategy) Council Strategic Setting (Council Strategy) Council Preface Map

To be developed, but intended to reflect the relevant Planning Strategy (as it relates to the council area) and councils own local strategic investigations.

Map of the entire Development Plan boundary and its spatial relationship to other Development Plans boundaries. Function These policies apply across the whole council area and relate to a range of social, environmental, and economic development issues such as: site and design criteria access and vehicle parking requirements heritage and conservation measures environmental issues hazards infrastructure requirements land use specific requirements. They establish the development standards that apply to all forms of development and provide a yardstick against which the suitability of development proposals is measured.

Assessment Section General Provisions Objectives Principles of Development Control

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Assessment Section Zone Provisions

Function These policies give greater certainty and direction about where certain forms of developments should be located. Maps are referenced within zones that show where land uses are suitable to be located. Generally, envisaged forms of development within a zone are identified and encouraged through carefully worded policies.

Desired Character Statements

These express a vision about how the zone should look and feel in the future. They may describe the valued elements of the neighbourhood or area to be retained and/or what level and nature of change is desired. These are the specific planning polices that determine what land uses are encouraged or discouraged in the zone. They often contain detailed provisions to further guide the scale and design of development. These also provide lists of complying and non-complying development and any public notification provisions that vary from those in the Development Regulations. Policy areas apply to a portion of a zone and contain additional objectives, desired character statements and principles of development control for that portion. Precincts are used to express policies for a small subarea of a zone or a policy area. Precincts are used if additional site-specific principles of development control are needed to reflect particular circumstances associated with those sub-areas. They do not contain additional objectives or desired character statements.

Objectives

Principles of Development Control

Policy Area

Precincts

Procedural Matters

All zones have a procedural matters section that identifies and lists complying, non-complying and public notification categories for various forms of development. Policy areas and/or precincts, which are a sub-set of the zone, share this procedural matters section. Their respective lists can be modified to accommodate policy area and precinct variations.

Tables

These tables provide detailed data for the assessment of certain elements of development, for example, numeric values for setbacks from road boundaries and car parking rates for certain types of development. Conditions for complying development are grouped into their respective tables.

Mapping Structure Plan Maps

Structure Plan maps will commonly show the general arrangement and broad distribution of land uses; key spatial elements; and movement patterns throughout the council area and major urban areas.

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Assessment Section Council Index Maps

Function This is the first point of reference when determining the appropriate map(s) applying to a specific property. An enlargement index map may be included where needed, eg for large townships.

Extent Map Series Location Maps Individual overlay and spatial-based maps (based on the Council Index Maps) originate from a single Location Map and drill down through relevant extent maps affecting that location. Note: the entire council area will always be represented as the first map in the extent map series and will commence as map 1. Overlay Maps Used to show issue areas or features that run across a number of zones, and are spatially defined to a cadastre, for example: Transport Development Constraints Heritage Natural Resources Note: issues that are not spatially defined to a cadastre can appear in this section; however they will be presented as illustrative maps only. Zone Maps Policy Area Maps Precinct Maps Bushfire Maps (where applicable) Bushfire Protection Area BPA Maps - Bushfire Risk Bushfire Protection Area - BPA Maps are used to determine the potential bushfire risk (high, medium or general), associated with an allotment located within an area prone to bushfires. Concept Plans are used to depict graphically key features and conceptual layouts of how specific areas should be developed. Concept Plans appear at the end of the extent map series as a separate section. Concept Plans are consecutively numbered, commencing with number 1. Used to determine which zone applies to which land. Used to depict the presence and location of any applicable policy area. Used to depict the presence and location of any applicable precincts.

Concept Plan Maps

Further info
Contact the Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council. Visit the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure website: www.dpti.sa.gov.au. Discuss your matter with your planning consultant

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Introduction Section Council Strategic Setting

Council Strategic Setting


Topographically, the Council district is characterised by north to south ranges and wide valleys, with the most significant being the Clare and Gilbert Valleys. The landscape of the Clare Valley contrasts greatly with the surrounding district. The steep sided valley with gently undulating floor is dominated by the River Hutt which meanders through the locality from south to north. The heavily vegetated ridges and hill tops provide an attractive rural setting for the town of Clare whilst the several small settlements located along the valley floor have historical significance in terms of the agricultural and viticultural development of the district. Of particular historic and heritage significance is the small settlement of Mintaro located about 15 kilometres south east of the town of Clare which has retained much of its nineteenth century character. Other historic landmarks include Bungaree and Hill River Stations, Martindale Hall, and the Sevenhill Winery complex. North of the town of Clare the valley opens out to broad fertile plains and undulating hillsides. The Skilly Hills west of the Clare Valley are of particular scenic importance, containing extensive stands of dense native vegetation, interspersed with vineyards and wineries. The Spring Gully Conservation Park contains extensive areas of native vegetation including a rare stand of Stringy Red Bark. In marked contrast the landscape to the east of the Clare Valley is open, sparsely vegetated grazing land. The southern approach to Clare is of considerable regional importance as a tourist attraction. The Clare Valley supports many forms of tourist accommodation and several caravan parks and it could be said to act as a resort to the Mid North of the State. The town of Clare is the major urban centre in the district and has shown a steady population growth rate, indicating the important role of the town as a retirement, regional service and tourist centre. The town which is situated on the River Hutt was for many years the northern limit of agricultural development from Adelaide until further agricultural lands were opened up in the 1870's. Some of this noticeable growth pressure is as a result of the development of the wine industry, which is reaching its full potential and the number of employees in the winery and vineyard operations is strong. Also, due to seasonal labour shortages in the district, vineyard workers are bussed in from outside of the area. Due to Clares strategic location and the quality of farming land in the immediate vicinity, it has developed a strong base for industrial and commercial activity associated with the viticulture industry. Clares role as a service centre is likely to continue and expand. There is modest demand for additional industrial and residential land within the township. The Riverton, Saddleworth and Auburn district makes an important contribution to the district serving the rich, mixed farming community of the valley of the River Gilbert. Riverton has a population of 800 people and is an administrative and business centre for the district. Riverton has experienced an increase in commuter accommodation and this may increase further due to the construction of the Northern Expressway. This critical transport corridor will provide easy access to employment opportunities for those wishing to experience a rural living environment. It is noted for its tourist attractions, grain growing, and agricultural production and provides an ideal base for visiting Burra, Clare Valley and the Barossa Valley. The town of Saddleworth is another urban centre in the district, with a population of approximately 400 people. It is a minor administrative and business centre and provides some of the local services and facilities required by the districts population and visitors to the area. Auburn, with a population of approximately 300 people and Tarlee with approximately 180 people are the next largest urban centres in the district and serve as country townships. Mineral exploration and the development of known mineral deposits in the Mid North may have an impact on employment and population growth in the region. Whilst the increase in mineral exploration may see further loses in the rural population, this loss may be offset by increases in population at Clare. There are other small rural settlements in the district which include Manoora, Marrabel, Penwortham, Rhynie, Sevenhill, Stockport, Tarlee, Waterloo and Watervale. These existing rural settlements play a useful role in accommodating such activities for their communities with limited urban facilities. Marrabel and Waterloo have a limited opportunity for expansion and employment, with approval being granted for the establishment of a windfarm in the nearby Tothill Ranges

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To identify the precise location of the Development Plan boundary refer to Council Index Map then select the relevant map number.

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Council Preface Map


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Mid Murray Council

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General Section

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Animal Keeping

Animal Keeping
OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 Animals not kept at a density beyond the carrying capacity of the land or water. Animal keeping development sited and designed to avoid adverse effects on surrounding development. Intensive animal keeping protected from encroachment by incompatible development.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 Animal keeping and associated activities should not create adverse impacts on the environment or the amenity of the locality. Storage facilities for manure, used litter and other wastes should be designed and sited: (a) to be vermin proof (b) with an impervious base (c) to ensure that all clean rainfall runoff is excluded from the storage area (d) outside the 1 in 100 year average return interval flood event area.

Horse Keeping
3 Stables, horse shelters or associated yards should be sited: (a) at least 50 metres from a watercourse (b) on land with a slope no greater than 1 in 10 metres. 4 A concrete drainage apron should be provided along the front of stables directing water from washdown areas onto a suitably vegetated area that can absorb all the water, or into a constructed drainage pit. Stables, horse shelters or associated yards should be sited at least 30 metres from any dwelling on the site and from the nearest allotment boundary to avoid adverse impacts from dust, erosion and odour. All areas accessible to horses should be separated from septic tank drainage areas. Horse keeping should not create any significant adverse impact on the amenity of the locality, including denudation, erosion, deterioration of soil quality, pollution of the environment, health risk, visual impairment, or from noise, dust, odour or other nuisances. Development involving horse keeping including associated water storage facilities and disposal sites, should be designed and managed in such a way as to ensure that: (a) the number of animals kept is in accordance with the capacity of the waste disposal system (b) any waste ponding system prevents overflow or seepage (c) any solid waste storage facilities prevent seepage or surface runoff

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(d) the rate of any waste water irrigation is such that no ponding or surface runoff of waste water occurs. 9 All buildings, pens, runs, holding yards and other ancillary structures should be sited as unobtrusively as possible, particularly when viewed from arterial roads and preferably be screened by other buildings on the site.

Dairies
10 Dairies and associated wastewater lagoons and liquid/solid waste storage and disposal areas should be located at a distance from nearby dwellings, public roads and outside the 1 in 100 year average return interval flood event area of any watercourse to avoid adverse impacts or nuisance by noise, smell or pollution on nearby sensitive receptors such as dwellings. Dairies should include a lagoon for the storage or treatment of milking shed effluent which should be located: (a) at least 20 metres from a public road (b) at least 200 metres from any dwelling not located on the land (c) outside any 1 in 100 year average return interval flood event area of any watercourse.

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Intensive Animal Keeping


12 Intensive animal keeping operations and their associated components, including holding yards, temporary feeding areas, movement lanes and similar, should not be located on land within any of the following areas: (a) 800 metres of a public water supply reservoir (b) the 1 in 100 year average return interval flood event area of any watercourse (c) 200 metres of a major watercourse (third order or higher stream) (d) 100 metres of any other watercourse, bore or well used for domestic or stock water supplies (e) 2000 metres of a defined and zoned township, settlement or urban area (except for land based aquaculture) (f) 13 14 500 metres of a dwelling (except for a dwelling directly associated with the intensive animal keeping facility).

Intensive animal keeping operations should include a drainage system to direct surface runoff from uncovered areas to appropriately designed wastewater lagoons. Intensive animal keeping facilities and associated wastewater lagoons and liquid/solid waste disposal areas should be designed, managed and sited to avoid adverse impacts on other land uses.

Kennels 15 16 The floor of kennels should be constructed of concrete or similar impervious material and be designed to allow for adequate drainage when kennels are cleaned. Kennels and exercise yards should be designed and sited to minimise noise nuisance to neighbours through: (a) orienting their openings away from sensitive land uses such as dwellings (b) siting them as far as practicable from allotment boundaries.

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Kennels should occur only where there is a permanently occupied dwelling on the land.

Land Based Aquaculture 18 19 Land-based aquaculture and associated components should not be located on land within 500 metres of a defined and zoned township, settlement or urban area. Land-based aquaculture ponds should be sited and designed to: (a) prevent surface flows from entering the ponds in a 1 in 100 year average return interval flood event (b) prevent pond leakage that would pollute groundwater (c) prevent any overflow that would enable the species being farmed to enter any watercourse or drainage line (d) minimise the need for intake and discharge pipes to traverse sensitive environments.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Bulk Handling and Storage Facilities

Bulk Handling and Storage Facilities


OBJECTIVES
1 Facilities for the bulk handling and storage of agricultural and other commodities sited and designed to minimise adverse impacts on the landscape and on and from surrounding land uses.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Facilities for the handling, storage and dispatch of commodities in bulk should be: (a) located in bulk handling, industry or primary production type zones (b) sited, designed and operated to minimise risks of contamination to the environment and adverse impacts on nearby sensitive land uses and from surrounding land uses. 2 Development of facilities for the handling, transportation and storage of bulk commodities should have: (a) areas set aside on the site of the development for the marshalling and manoeuvring of vehicles attending the site (b) roadways and parking areas surfaced in a manner sufficient to control dust emissions from the site (c) vehicle circulation between activity areas contained within the site and without the need to use public roads (d) landscaping, using locally indigenous plant species wherever practical, established within the site for the purpose of providing shade and shelter, and to assist with screening and dust filtration (e) a buffer area for the establishment of dense landscaping adjacent road frontages (f) 3 4 security fencing around the perimeter of the site.

Temporary bunkers for storage should not compromise the efficient circulation and parking of vehicles within the site. Access to and from the site should be designed to allow simultaneous movement of vehicles entering and exiting in a forward direction to minimise interference to other traffic using adjacent public roads.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Centres and Retail Development

Centres and Retail Development


OBJECTIVES
1 2 Shopping, administrative, cultural, community, entertainment, educational, religious and recreational facilities located in integrated centres. Centres that ensure rational, economic and convenient provision of goods and services and provide: (a) a focus for community life (b) safe, permeable, pleasant and accessible walking and cycling networks. 3 4 5 6 The provision of a safe pedestrian environment within centres which gives high priority to pedestrians and public transport. Increased vitality and activity in centres through the introduction and integration of housing. Centres developed in accordance with a hierarchy based on function, so that each type of centre provides a proportion of the total requirement of goods and services commensurate with its role. The hierarchy of centres outside metropolitan Adelaide is as follows: Regional Town Centre District Town Centre Town Centre (for smaller towns with a single centre zone) Local Town Centre (subsidiary centres for towns with a regional or district centres).

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Development within centres should: (a) integrate facilities within the zone (b) allow for the multiple use of facilities and the sharing of utility spaces (c) allow for the staging of development within the centre (d) be integrated with public and community transport. 2 Development within centres should be designed to be compatible with adjoining areas. This should be promoted through landscaping, screen walls, centre orientation, location of access ways, buffer strips and transitional use areas. Development within centres should provide: (a) public spaces such as malls, plazas and courtyards (b) street furniture, including lighting, signs, litter bins, seats and bollards, that is sited and designed to complement the desired character (c) unobtrusive facilities for the storage and removal of waste materials (d) public facilities including toilets, infant changing facilities for parents, seating, litter bins, telephones and community information boards

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(e) access for public and community transport and sheltered waiting areas for passengers (f) lighting for pedestrian paths, buildings and associated areas

(g) a single landscaping theme (h) safe and secure bicycle parking. 4 A single architectural theme should be established within centres through: (a) constructing additions or other buildings in a style complementary to the existing shopping complex (b) renovating the existing shopping complex to complement new additions and other buildings within the centre (c) employing a signage theme. 5 6 The design of undercroft or semi-basement car parking areas should not detract from the visual quality and amenity of adjacent pedestrian paths, streets or public spaces. Undercroft or semi-basement car parking areas should not project above natural or finished ground level by more than one metre.

Retail Development
7 8 9 A shop or group of shops with a gross leaseable area of greater than 250 square metres should be located within a centre zone. A shop or group of shops with a gross leaseable area of less than 250 square metres should not be located on arterial roads unless within a centre zone. A shop or group of shops located outside of zones that allow for retail development should: (a) be of a size and type that will not hinder the development, function or viability of any centre zone (b) not demonstrably lead to the physical deterioration of any designated centre (c) be developed taking into consideration its effect on adjacent development. 10 Bulky goods outlets located within centre zones should: (a) complement the overall provision of facilities (b) be sited towards the periphery of those zones where the bulky goods outlet has a gross leasable area of 500 square metres or more.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Community Facilities

Community Facilities
OBJECTIVES
1 2 Location of community facilities including social, health, welfare, education and recreation facilities where they are conveniently accessible to the population they serve. The proper provision of public and community facilities including the reservation of suitable land in advance of need.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 3 Community facilities should be sited and developed to be accessible by pedestrians, cyclists and public and community transport. Community facilities should be integrated in their design to promote efficient land use. Design of community facilities should encourage flexible and adaptable use of open space and facilities to meet the needs of a range of users over time.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention
OBJECTIVES
1 A safe, secure, crime resistant environment where land uses are integrated and designed to facilitate community surveillance.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 3 4 Development should be designed to maximise surveillance of public spaces through the incorporation of clear lines of sight, appropriate lighting and the use of visible permeable barriers wherever practicable. Buildings should be designed to overlook public and communal streets and public open space to allow casual surveillance. Development should provide a robust environment that is resistant to vandalism and graffiti. Development should provide lighting in frequently used public spaces including those: (a) along dedicated cyclist and pedestrian pathways, laneways and access routes (b) around public facilities such as toilets, telephones, bus stops, seating, litter bins, automatic teller machines, taxi ranks and car parks. 5 6 Development, including car park facilities should incorporate signage and lighting that indicate the entrances and pathways to, from and within sites. Landscaping should be used to assist in discouraging crime by: (a) screen planting areas susceptible to vandalism (b) planting trees or ground covers, rather than shrubs, alongside footpaths (c) planting vegetation other than ground covers a minimum distance of two metres from footpaths to reduce concealment opportunities. 7 8 9 Site planning, buildings, fences, landscaping and other features should clearly differentiate public, communal and private areas. Buildings should be designed to minimise and discourage access between roofs, balconies and windows of adjoining dwellings. Public toilets should be located, sited and designed: (a) to promote the visibility of people entering and exiting the facility (eg by avoiding recessed entrances and dense shrubbery that obstructs passive surveillance) (b) near public and community transport links and pedestrian and cyclist networks to maximise visibility. 10 Development should avoid pedestrian entrapment spots and movement predictors (eg routes or paths that are predictable or unchangeable and offer no choice to pedestrians).

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Design and Appearance

Design and Appearance


OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 Development of a high architectural standard that responds to and reinforces positive aspects of the local environment and built form. Roads, open spaces, buildings and land uses laid out and linked so that they are easy to understand and navigate. Accepting that wind farms and ancillary development may need to be sited in visually prominent locations, then the visual impact of the development needs to be managed.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 The design of a building may be of a contemporary nature and exhibit an innovative style provided the overall form is sympathetic to the scale of development in the locality and with the context of its setting with regard to shape, size, materials and colour. Bright colours, including white and light shades of cream, should not be used. The visual impact of wind farms and ancillary development should be managed in accordance with the policies contained within the General Section headed Renewable Energy Facilities. Buildings should be designed and sited to avoid creating extensive areas of uninterrupted walling facing areas exposed to public view. Buildings should be designed to reduce their visual bulk and provide visual interest through design elements such as: (a) articulation (b) colour and detailing (c) small vertical and horizontal components (d) design and placing of windows (e) variations to facades. 6 Where a building is sited on or close to a side boundary, the side boundary wall should be sited and limited in length and height to minimise: (a) the visual impact of the building as viewed from adjoining properties (b) overshadowing of adjoining properties and allow adequate sun light to neighbouring buildings. 7 Transportable buildings and buildings which are elevated on stumps, posts, piers, columns or the like, should have their suspended footings enclosed around the perimeter of the building with brickwork or timber, and the use of verandas, pergolas and other suitable architectural detailing to give the appearance of a permanent structure. The external walls and roofs of buildings should not incorporate highly reflective materials which will result in glare.

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Structures located on the roofs of buildings to house plant and equipment should form an integral part of the building design in relation to external finishes, shaping and colours. Building design should emphasise pedestrian entry points to provide perceptible and direct access from public street frontages and vehicle parking areas. Development should provide clearly recognisable links to adjoining areas and facilities. Buildings, landscaping, paving and signage should have a coordinated appearance that maintains and enhances the visual attractiveness of the locality. Buildings (other than ancillary buildings or group dwellings) should be designed so that their main faade faces the primary street frontage of the land on which they are situated. Where applicable, development should incorporate verandas over footpaths to enhance the quality of the pedestrian environment. Development should be designed and sited so that outdoor storage, loading and service areas are screened from public view by an appropriate combination of built form, solid fencing and/or landscaping. Outdoor lighting should not result in light spillage on adjacent land. Balconies should: (a) be integrated with the overall architectural form and detail of the building (b) be sited to face predominantly north, east or west to provide solar access (c) have a minimum area of 2 square metres.

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Buildings and structures, including transportable or removable dwellings, should not be developed unless the external cladding, wall materials and roof sheeting are not damaged in any way, punctured, rusted, stained or weathered. Development should not exceed 2 storeys in height, other than where required to facilitate wind farms and ancillary development.

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Building Setbacks from Road Boundaries


20 The setback of buildings from public roads should: (a) be similar to, or compatible with, setbacks of buildings on adjoining land and other buildings in the locality (b) contribute positively to the streetscape character of the locality (c) not result in or contribute to a detrimental impact upon the function, appearance or character of the locality, accepting that wind farms and ancillary development may need to be located close to road boundaries and that the visual impact of the development will need to be managed. 21 Except where specified in a particular zone or policy area, development fronting the primary street (excluding verandas, porches and similar) should be set back by either of the following distances: (a) not less than the average of the setbacks of the adjoining buildings, if the difference between the setbacks of the adjoining buildings is greater than 2 metres (b) the same distance as one or the other of the adjoining buildings, provided the difference between the setbacks of the two adjoining buildings is less than or equal to 2 metres (as shown in figure below).

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Except where otherwise specified in a particular zone or policy area, buildings and structures should be set back from road boundaries having regard to the requirements set out in Table CGV/1 - Building Setbacks from Road Boundaries. Lesser setback distances may be considered where the proposed building will be substantially screened by existing vegetation, natural form and features of the land or adjacent existing buildings. Except where otherwise specified in a zone or policy area, the setback of development from a secondary street frontage should reflect the setbacks of the adjoining buildings and other buildings in the locality.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency
OBJECTIVES
1 Development designed and sited to conserve energy and minimise waste.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 3 4 5 6 Development should provide for efficient solar access to buildings and open space all year around. Buildings should be sited and designed so that the open spaces associated with the main activity areas face north for exposure to winter sun. Buildings should be sited and designed to ensure adequate natural light and winter sunlight is available to the main activity areas of adjacent buildings. Roof pitches should facilitate the efficient use of solar hot water services and photovoltaic cells. Development should be designed to minimise consumption of non-renewable energy through designing the roof of buildings with a north facing slope to accommodate solar collectors. Public infrastructure, including lighting and telephones, should be designed to generate and use renewable energy.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Forestry

Forestry
OBJECTIVES
1 Forestry development that is designed and sited to maximise environmental and economic benefits whilst managing potential negative impacts on the environment, transport networks and surrounding land uses and landscapes.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Forestry plantations should not be undertaken if they will cause or require the clearance of valued trees or substantially intact strata of vegetation, or detrimentally affect the physical environment or scenic quality of the rural landscape. Forestry plantations should not occur: (a) on land with a slope exceeding 20 degrees (b) within a separation distance (which may include forestry firebreaks and vehicle access tracks) of 50 metres of either of the following: (i) (ii) 3 any dwelling including those on an adjoining allotment a reserve gazetted under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972 or Wilderness Protection Act 1992.

Forestry plantations should: (a) not involve cultivation (excluding spot cultivation) in drainage lines or within 20 metres of a major watercourse (a third order or higher watercourse) (b) incorporate artificial drainage lines (ie culverts, runoffs and constructed drains) integrated with natural drainage lines to minimise concentrated water flows onto or from plantation areas (a) retain a minimum 5 metre width separation distance immediately to either side of a watercourse (a first or second order watercourse). This separation distance should contain native vegetation (including grasses) and unmodified topography to ensure water flow.

Forestry plantations should incorporate: (a) 7 metre wide external boundary firebreaks for plantations of 40 hectares or less (b) 10 metre wide external boundary firebreaks for plantations of between 40 and 100 hectares (c) 20 metre wide external boundary firebreaks, or 10 metres with an additional 10 metres of fuelreduced plantation, for plantations of 100 hectares or greater.

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(d) that partition the plantation into units not exceeding 40 hectares in area. 6 Forestry plantations should ensure the clearances from power lines listed in the Table following are maintained when planting trees with an expected mature height of more than 6 metres: Voltage of transmission line Tower or Pole Minimum horizontal clearance distance between plantings and transmission lines (in metres) 38 25 20 20 20 20

500 kV 275 kV 132 kV 132 kV 66 kV Less than 66 kV

Tower Tower Tower Pole Pole Pole

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Hazards

Hazards
OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Maintenance of the natural environment and systems by limiting development in areas susceptible to natural hazard risk. Development located away from areas that are vulnerable to, and cannot be adequately and effectively protected from the risk of natural hazards. Critical community facilities such as hospitals, emergency control centres, major service infrastructure facilities, and emergency service facilities located where they are not exposed to natural hazard risks. Development located and designed to minimise the risks to safety and property from flooding. Development located to minimise the threat and impact of bushfires on life and property. Expansion of existing non-rural uses directed away from areas of high bushfire risk. The environmental values and ecological health of receiving waterways and marine environments protected from the release of acid water resulting from the disturbance of acid sulphate soils. Protection of human health and the environment wherever site contamination has been identified or suspected to have occurred. Appropriate assessment and remediation of site contamination to ensure land is suitable for the proposed use and provides a safe and healthy living and working environment. Minimisation of harm to life, property and the environment through appropriate location of development and appropriate storage, containment and handling of hazardous materials.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 Development should be excluded from areas that are vulnerable to, and cannot be adequately and effectively protected from, the risk of hazards. Development located on land subject to hazards as shown on the Overlay Maps - Hazards should not occur unless it is sited, designed and undertaken with appropriate precautions being taken against the relevant hazards. There should not be any significant interference with natural processes in order to reduce the exposure of development to the risk of natural hazards.

Flooding
4 5 Development should not occur on land where the risk of flooding is likely to be harmful to safety or damage property. Development should not be undertaken in areas liable to inundation by tidal, drainage or flood waters unless the development can achieve all of the following: (a) it is developed with a public stormwater system capable of catering for a 1 in 100 year average return interval flood event (b) buildings are designed and constructed to prevent the entry of floodwaters in a 1 in 100 year average return interval flood event. 29
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Development, including earthworks associated with development, should not do any of the following: (a) impede the flow of floodwaters through the land or other surrounding land (b) increase the potential hazard risk to public safety of persons during a flood event (c) aggravate the potential for erosion or siltation or lead to the destruction of vegetation during a flood (d) cause any adverse effect on the floodway function (e) increase the risk of flooding of other land (f) obstruct a watercourse.

Bushfire
7 The following bushfire protection principles of development control apply to development of land identified as General, Medium and High bushfire risk areas as shown on the Bushfire Protection Area BPA Maps - Bushfire Risk. Buildings and structures should be located away from areas that pose an unacceptable bushfire risk as a result of one or more of the following: (a) vegetation cover comprising trees and/or shrubs (b) poor access (c) rugged terrain (d) inability to provide an adequate building protection zone (e) inability to provide an adequate supply of water for fire-fighting purposes. 9 Residential, tourist accommodation and other habitable buildings should: (a) be sited on the flatter portion of allotments and avoid steep slopes, especially upper slopes, narrow ridge crests and the tops of narrow gullies, and slopes with a northerly or westerly aspect (b) be sited in areas with low bushfire hazard vegetation and set back at least 20 metres from existing hazardous vegetation (c) have a dedicated water supply available at all times for fire fighting which: (i) (ii) is sited adjacent to the building or in another convenient location on the allotment accessible to fire fighting vehicles comprises a minimum of 5,000 litres in areas shown as General or Medium Bushfire Risk on the Bushfire Protection Area BPA Maps - Bushfire Risk

(iii) comprises a minimum of 22,000 litres in areas shown as High Bushfire Risk on Bushfire Protection Area BPA Maps - Bushfire Risk. 10 Extensions to existing buildings, outbuildings and other ancillary structures should be sited and constructed using materials to minimise the threat of fire spread to residential, tourist accommodation and other habitable buildings in the event of bushfire. Buildings and structures should be designed and configured to reduce the impact of bushfire through using simple designs that reduce the potential for trapping burning debris against the building or structure, or between the ground and building floor level in the case of transportable buildings.

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Land division for residential or tourist accommodation purposes within areas of high bushfire risk should be limited to those areas specifically set aside for these uses. Where land division does occur it should be designed to: (a) minimise the danger to residents, other occupants of buildings and fire fighting personnel (b) minimise the extent of damage to buildings and other property during a bushfire (c) ensure each allotment contains a suitable building site that is located away from vegetation that would pose an unacceptable risk in the event of bushfire (d) ensure provision of a fire hazard separation zone isolating residential allotments from areas that pose an unacceptable bushfire risk by containing the allotments within a perimeter road or through other means that achieve an adequate separation.

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Vehicle access and driveways to properties and public roads created by land division should be designed and constructed to: (a) facilitate safe and effective operational use for fire-fighting and other emergency vehicles and residents (b) provide for two-way vehicular access between areas of fire risk and the nearest public road.

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Olive orchards should be located and developed in a manner that minimises their potential to fuel bushfires. Development in a Bushfire Protection Area should be in accordance with those provisions of the Ministers Code: Undertaking development in Bushfire Protection Areas that are designated as mandatory for Development Plan Consent purposes.

Salinity
17 18 19 Development should not increase the potential for, or result in an increase in, soil and water salinity. Preservation, maintenance and restoration of locally indigenous plant species should be encouraged in areas affected by dry land salinity. Irrigated horticulture and pasture should not increase groundwater-induced salinity.

Acid Sulfate Soils


20 Development and activities, including excavation and filling of land, that may lead to the disturbance of potential or actual acid sulfate soils (including land identified on the Overlay Maps - Hazards should be avoided unless such disturbances are managed in a way that effectively avoids the potential for harm or damage to any of the following: (a) natural water bodies and wetlands (b) agricultural or aquaculture activities (c) buildings, structures and infrastructure (d) public health. 21 Development, including primary production, aquaculture activities and infrastructure, should not proceed unless it can be demonstrated that the risk of releasing acid water resulting from the disturbance of acid sulfate soils is minimal.

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Site Contamination
22 Development, including land division, should not occur where site contamination has occurred unless the site has been assessed and remediated as necessary to ensure that it is suitable and safe for the proposed use.

Containment of Chemical and Hazardous Materials


23 24 Hazardous materials should be stored and contained in a manner that minimises the risk to public health and safety and the potential for water, land or air contamination. Development that involves the storage and handling of hazardous materials should ensure that these are contained in designated areas that are secure, readily accessible to emergency vehicles, impervious, protected from rain and stormwater intrusion and other measures necessary to prevent: (a) discharge of polluted water from the site (b) contamination of land (c) airborne migration of pollutants (d) potential interface impacts with sensitive land uses.

Landslip
25 26 27 28 Land identified as being at risk from landslip as shown on the Overlay Maps - Hazards should not be developed. Development, including associated cut and fill activities, should not lead to an increased danger from land surface instability or to the potential of landslip occurring on the site or on surrounding land. Development on steep slopes should promote the retention and replanting of vegetation as a means of stabilising and reducing the possibility of surface movement or disturbance. Development in areas susceptible to landslip should: (a) incorporate split level designs to minimise cutting into the slope (b) ensure that cut and fill and heights of faces are minimised (c) ensure cut and fill is supported with engineered retaining walls or are battered to appropriate grades (d) control any erosion that will increase the gradient of the slope and decrease stability (e) ensure the siting and operation of an effluent drainage field does not contribute to landslip (f) provide drainage measures to ensure surface stability is not compromised

(g) ensure natural drainage lines are not obstructed.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Heritage Places

Heritage Places
OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 The conservation of State and local heritage places. The continued use, or adaptive re-use of State and local heritage places that supports the conservation of their cultural significance. Conservation of the setting of State and local heritage places.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 A heritage place spatially located on Overlay Maps - Heritage and more specifically identified in Table CGV/6 - State Heritage Places or in Table CGV/5 - Local Heritage Places should not be demolished, destroyed or removed, in total or in part, unless either of the following apply: (a) that portion of the place to be demolished, destroyed or removed is excluded from the extent of the places identified in the Tables (b) the structural condition of the place represents an unacceptable risk to public or private safety. 2 Development of a State or local heritage place should retain those elements contributing to its heritage value, which may include (but not be limited to): (a) principal elevations (b) important vistas and views to and from the place (c) setting and setbacks (d) building materials (e) outbuildings and walls (f) trees and other landscaping elements

(g) access conditions (driveway form/width/material) (h) architectural treatments (i) 3 4 5 6 the use of the place.

Development of a State or local heritage place should be compatible with the heritage value of the place. Original unpainted plaster, brickwork, stonework, or other masonry of existing State or local heritage places should be preserved, unpainted. New buildings should not be placed or erected between the front street boundary and the faade of existing State or local heritage places. Development that materially affects the context within which the heritage place is situated should be compatible with the heritage place. It is not necessary to replicate historic detailing, however design elements that should be compatible include, but are not limited to:

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(a) scale and bulk (b) width of frontage (c) boundary setback patterns (d) proportion and composition of design elements such as rooflines, openings, fencing and landscaping (e) colour and texture of external materials. 7 The introduction of advertisements and signage to a State or local heritage place should: (a) be placed on discrete elements of its architecture such as parapets and wall panels, below the canopy, or within fascias and infill end panels and windows (b) not conceal or obstruct historical detailing of the heritage place (c) not project beyond the silhouette or skyline of the heritage place (d) not form a dominant element of the place. 8 The division of land adjacent to or containing a State or local heritage place should occur only where it will: (a) create an allotment pattern that maintains or reinforces the integrity of the heritage place and the character of the surrounding area (b) create an allotment or allotments of a size and dimension that can accommodate new development that will reinforce and complement the heritage place and the zone or policy area generally (c) be of a size and dimension that will enable the siting and setback of new buildings from allotment boundaries so that they do not overshadow, dominate, encroach on or otherwise impact on the setting of the heritage place (d) provide an area for landscaping of a size and dimension that complements the landscape setting of the heritage place and the landscape character of the locality (e) enable the State or local heritage place to have a curtilage of a size sufficient to protect its setting.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Historic (Conservation) Policy Area

Historic (Conservation) Policy Area


Refer to Overlay Maps CGV/26 and 27 - Heritage to identify the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 5 The conservation of areas of historical significance. Development that promotes, conserves and enhances the cultural significance and historic character of identified places and areas. Development that complements the historic significance of the area. The retention and conservation of places such as land, buildings, structures and landscape elements that contribute positively to the historic character of the area. Development that contributes to desired character.

DESIRED CHARACTER
The Historic (Conservation) Policy Area applies to the town centre at Auburn whose heritage character is significant, taken as a whole, and warrants protection. This significance is derived from such elements as buildings and structures, land divisions and street patterns, topography and natural features, kerbing, planting, setback patterns and other distinctive elements.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area. Buildings and structures should not be demolished in whole or in part, unless they are: (a) structurally unsafe and/or unsound and cannot reasonably be rehabilitated (b) inconsistent with the desired character for the policy area (c) associated with a proposed development that supports the desired character for the policy area 3 Development should take design cues from the existing historic built forms. In doing this, it is not necessary to replicate historic detailing; however design elements for consideration should be compatible with building and streetscape character and should include but not be limited to: (a) scale and bulk (b) width of frontage (c) boundary setback patterns (d) proportion and composition of design elements such as roof lines, pitches, openings, fencing and landscaping (e) colour and texture of external materials

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visual interest.

New residential development should include landscaped front garden areas that complement the desired character. The conversion of an existing dwelling into two or more dwellings may be undertaken provided that the building and front yard retain the original external appearance to the public road. Single storey dwellings may include any of the following elements in their design: (a) a sympathetic two-storey addition that uses existing roof space or incorporates minor extensions to the roof space at the rear of the dwelling (b) a second storey within the roof space, where the overall building height, scale and form is compatible with existing single-storey development in the policy area (c) second storey windows having a total length less than 30 per cent of the total roof length along each elevation.

Front fences and gates should: (a) reflect and conserve the traditional period, style and form of the associated building (b) generally be of low timber pickets, low pier and plinth masonry, wrought iron, brush or masonry (c) be no more than 1.2 metres in height.

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Rear and side boundary fences located behind the front dwelling alignment should be no more than 1.8 metres in height. Advertisements and/or advertising hoardings associated with places and areas of heritage significance should: (a) be of a size, colour, shape and materials that enhances the character of the locality (b) not dominate or detract from the prominence of any place and/or area of historic significance.

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Development should respect the existing topography and the relationship of sites to street levels and to adjoining land and not involve substantial cut and/or fill or sites. The division of land should occur only where it will maintain the traditional pattern and scale of allotments and will not be detrimental to the integrity of a Local or State heritage place.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Industrial Development

Industrial Development
OBJECTIVES
1 Industrial, warehouse, storage, commercial and transport distribution development on appropriately located land, integrated with transport networks and designed to minimise potential impact on these networks. The development of small scale agricultural industries, wineries, mineral water extraction and processing plants, and home based industries in rural areas. Industrially zoned allotments and uses protected from encroachment by adjoining uses that would reduce industrial development or expansion. Industrial development occurring without adverse effects on the health and amenity of occupiers of land in adjoining zones. Compatibility between industrial uses within industrial zones. The improved amenity of industrial areas.

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PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Offices and showrooms associated with industrial, warehouse, storage, commercial and transport development should be sited at the front of the building with direct and convenient pedestrian access from the main visitor parking area. Any building or structure on, or abutting the boundary of, a non-industrial zone should be restricted to a height of 3 metres above ground level at the boundary and a plane projected at 31 degrees above the horizontal into the development site from that 3 metre height, as shown in the following diagram:

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Industrial building or structure to be contained within this envelope

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Non-industrial Zone Zone Boundary

Ground level

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Industrial development should enable all vehicles to enter and exit the site in a forward direction, where practical. Industrial development abutting an arterial road, a non-industrial zone boundary, or significant open space should be developed in a manner that does not create adverse visual impacts on the locality.

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Building facades facing a non-industrial zone, public road, or public open space should: (c) use a variety of building finishes (d) not consist solely of metal cladding (e) contain materials of low reflectivity (f) incorporate design elements to add visual interest

(g) avoid large expanses of blank walls. 6 Industrial development should occur in a manner that minimises significant adverse impact on adjoining uses due to hours of operation, traffic, noise, fumes, smell, dust, paint or other chemical over-spray, vibration, glare or light spill, electronic interference, ash or other harmful or nuisance-creating impacts. Landscaping should be incorporated as an integral element of industrial development along nonindustrial zone boundaries. Fencing (including colour-coated wire mesh fencing) adjacent to public roads should be set back in one of the following ways: (a) in line with the building faade (b) behind the building line (c) behind a landscaped area that softens its visual impact.

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Small-scale agricultural industries, home-based industries, mineral water extraction and processing plants, and wineries in rural areas
9 Agricultural industries, home based industries, mineral water extraction and processing plants, and wineries in rural areas should: (a) use existing buildings and, in particular, buildings of heritage value, in preference to constructing new buildings (b) be set back at least 50 metres from: (i) (ii) any bore, well or watercourse, where a watercourse is identified as a blue line on a current series 1:50 000 government standard topographic map a dam or reservoir that collects water flowing in a watercourse

(iiii) a lake or wetland through which water flows (iv) a channel into which water has been diverted (v) a known spring (vi) sink hole (c) be located within the boundary of a single allotment, including any ancillary uses (d) not result in more than one industry located on an allotment (e) include a sign that facilitates access to the site that is sited and designed to complement the features of the surrounding area and which: (i) does not exceed 2 square metres in area 38
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is limited to one sign per establishment (for agricultural and home-based industries)

(iii) is not internally illuminated. 10 Agricultural industries, home-based industries, mineral water extraction and processing plants, and wineries in rural areas should not: (a) necessitate significant upgrading of public infrastructure including roads and other utilities (b) generate traffic beyond the capacity of roads necessary to service the development (c) result in traffic and/or traffic volumes that would be likely to adversely alter the character and amenity of the locality (d) be located on land with a slope greater than 20 per cent (1in 5). 11 Agricultural industries (except for wineries) in rural areas should be small scale, and: (a) should include at least one of the following activities normally associated with the processing of primary produce: (i) (ii) washing grading

(iii) processing (including bottling) (iv) packing or storage (b) may include an associated ancillary area for the sale and/or promotion of produce (including display areas) (c) should have a total combined area for one or any combination of these activities (including ancillary sales area) not exceeding 250 square metres per allotment, with a maximum building area of 150 square metres, including a maximum area of 50 square metres for ancillary sale and display of goods manufactured in the industry (d) should process primary produce that is grown locally (e) should occur only on an allotment where a habitable dwelling exists. 12 Agricultural Industries, wineries and mineral water extraction and processing plants should not be located: (a) on land that is classified as being poorly drained or very poorly drained (b) within 800 metres of a high water level of a public water supply reservoir (c) closer than 300 metres (other than a home based industry) to a dwelling or tourist accommodation that is not in the ownership of the applicant. 13 Home-based industries in rural areas: (a) should include at least one of the following activities: (i) (ii) arts crafts

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(iv) heritage related activities (b) may include an ancillary area for the sale or promotion of goods manufactured in the industry (including display areas) (c) should have a total combined area for one or any combination of these activities (including ancillary sales/promotion area) not exceeding 80 square metres per allotment with a maximum building area of 80 square metres, including a maximum area of 30 square metres for sale of goods made on the allotment by the industry (d) should not be located further than 50 metres from a habitable dwelling occupied by the proprietor of the industry on the allotment. 14 Mineral water extraction and processing plants in rural areas: (a) should include at least one of the following activities normally associated with the extraction and processing of mineral water: (i) (ii) extraction bottling

(iii) packaging (iv) storage (v) distribution (b) may include ancillary activities of administration and sale and/or promotion of mineral water product (c) should have a total combined area for one or any combination of these activities (including ancillary sale and/or promotion areas) not exceeding 350 square metres per allotment with a maximum building area of 250 square metres, including a maximum area of 50 square metres for ancillary sale and/or promotion of mineral water product. 15 Wineries in rural areas should: (a) include at least one of the following activities normally associated with the making of wine: (i) (ii) crushing fermenting

(iii) bottling (iv) maturation/cellaring of wine (v) ancillary activities of administration, sale and/or promotion of wine product and restaurant (b) be located within the boundary of a single allotment which adjoins or is on the same allotment as a vineyard (c) process primary produce that is primarily sourced locally (d) only include a restaurant as an ancillary use to the winery (e) be located not closer than 300 metres to a dwelling or tourist accommodation (that is not in the ownership of the winery applicant) where the crush capacity is equal to or greater than 500 tonnes per annum. 40
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Infrastructure
OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 5 Infrastructure provided in an economical and environmentally sensitive manner. Infrastructure, including social infrastructure, provided in advance of need. Suitable land for infrastructure identified and set aside in advance of need. The visual impact of infrastructure facilities managed. The efficient and cost-effective use of existing infrastructure.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Development should not occur without the provision of adequate utilities and services, including: (a) electricity supply (b) water supply (c) drainage and stormwater systems (d) waste disposal (e) effluent disposal systems (f) formed all-weather public roads

(g) telecommunications services (h) social infrastructure, community services and facilities. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Utilities and services should be of a sufficient standard, design and capacity to accommodate the proposed development and not compromise the level of service to other existing users. Development should only occur only where it provides, or has access to, relevant easements for the supply of infrastructure. Development should incorporate provision for the supply of infrastructure services to be located within common service trenches where practicable. Development should not take place until adequate and coordinated drainage of the land is assured. Development in urban areas should not occur without provision of an adequate reticulated domestic quality mains water supply and an appropriate waste treatment system. In areas where no reticulated water supply is available, buildings whose usage is reliant on a water supply should be equipped with an adequate and reliable on-site water storage system. Urban development should not be dependent on an indirect water supply. Electricity infrastructure should be designed and located to minimise its visual and environmental impacts.

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The visual impact of wind farms and ancillary development should be managed in accordance with the policies contained within the General Section headed Renewable Energy Facilities. In urban areas, electricity supply serving new development should be installed underground. Utilities and services, including access roads and tracks, should be sited on areas already cleared of native vegetation. If this is not possible, their siting should cause minimal interference or disturbance to existing native vegetation and biodiversity. Utility buildings and structures should be grouped with non-residential development where possible. Development in proximity to infrastructure facilities should be sited and be of a scale to ensure adequate separation to protect people and property.

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Interface between Land Uses


OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 Development located and designed to prevent adverse impact and conflict between land uses. Protect community health and amenity and support the operation of all desired land uses. Accepting that wind farms and ancillary development may need to be sited in visually prominent locations, then the visual impact of the development needs to be managed.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Development should not detrimentally affect the amenity of the locality or cause unreasonable interference through any of the following: (a) the emission of effluent, odour, smoke, fumes, dust or other airborne pollutants (b) noise (c) vibration (d) electrical interference (e) light spill (f) glare

(g) hours of operation (h) traffic impacts. 2 3 4 5 6 Development should be designed and sited to minimise negative impact on existing and potential future land uses considered appropriate in the locality. The visual impact of wind farms and ancillary development should be managed in accordance with the policies contained within the General Section headed Renewable Energy Facilities. Development adjacent to a Residential Zone or residential area within a Township Zone should be designed to minimise overlooking and overshadowing of nearby residential properties. Residential development adjacent to non-residential zones and land uses should be located, designed and/or sited to protect residents from potential adverse impacts from non-residential activities. Sensitive uses likely to conflict with the continuation of lawfully existing developments and land uses considered appropriate for the zone should not be developed or should be designed to minimise negative impacts.

Noise
7 8 Development should be designed, constructed and sited to minimise negative impacts of noise and to avoid unreasonable interference. Development should be consistent with the relevant provisions in the current Environment Protection (Noise) Policy.

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Rural Interface
9 The potential for adverse impacts resulting from rural development should be minimised by: (a) not locating horticulture or intensive animal keeping on land adjacent to townships (b) maintaining an adequate separation between horticulture or intensive animal keeping and townships, other sensitive uses and, where desirable, other forms of primary production. 10 11 12 Traffic movement, spray drift, dust, noise, odour, and the use of frost fans and gas guns associated with primary production activities should not lead to unreasonable impact on adjacent land users. Existing primary production uses and mineral extraction should not be prejudiced by the inappropriate encroachment of sensitive uses such as urban development. Development within 300 metres of facilities for the handling, transportation and storage of bulk commodities should: (a) not prejudice the continued operation of those facilities (b) be located, designed, and developed having regard to the potential environmental impact arising from the operation of such facilities and the potential extended operation of activities.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Land Division

Land Division
OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 Land division that occurs in an orderly sequence allowing efficient provision of new infrastructure and facilities and making optimum use of existing under utilised infrastructure and facilities. Land division that creates allotments appropriate for the intended use. Land division that is integrated with site features, including landscape and environmental features, adjacent land uses, the existing transport network and the availability of infrastructure. Land division restricted in rural areas to ensure the efficient use of rural land for primary production and avoidance of uneconomic infrastructure provision.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 When land is divided: (a) stormwater should be capable of being drained safely and efficiently from each proposed allotment and disposed of from the land in an environmentally sensitive manner (b) a sufficient water supply should be made available for each allotment (c) provision should be made for the disposal of wastewater, sewage and other effluent from each allotment without risk to health (d) proposed roads should be graded, or be capable of being graded to connect safely and conveniently with an existing road or thoroughfare. 2 Land should not be divided if any of the following apply: (a) the size, shape, location, slope or nature of the land makes any of the allotments unsuitable for the intended use (b) any allotment will not have a frontage to one of the following: (i) (ii) an existing road a proposed public road

(iii) access to a public road via an internal roadway in a plan of community division (c) the intended use of the land is likely to require excessive cut and/or fill (d) it is likely to lead to undue erosion of the subject land or land within the locality (e) the area is unsewered and cannot accommodate an appropriate onsite wastewater disposal system within the allotment that complies with (or can comply with) the relevant public and environmental health legislation applying to the intended use(s) (f) the intended use of the land would be contrary to the zone objectives

(g) any allotments will straddle more than one zone or policy area.

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Design and Layout


3 Land divisions should be designed to ensure that areas of native vegetation and wetlands: (a) are not fragmented or reduced in size (b) do not need to be cleared as a consequence of subsequent development. 4 The design of a land division should incorporate: (a) roads, thoroughfares and open space that result in safe and convenient linkages with the surrounding environment, including public and community transport facilities, and which, where necessary, facilitate the satisfactory future division of land and the inter-communication with neighbouring localities (b) safe and convenient access from each allotment to an existing or proposed public road or thoroughfare (c) areas to provide appropriate separation distances between potentially conflicting land uses and/or zones (d) suitable land set aside for useable local open space (e) public utility services within road reserves and where necessary within dedicated easements (f) the preservation of significant natural, cultural or landscape features including State and local heritage places

(g) protection for existing vegetation and drainage lines (h) where appropriate, the amalgamation of smaller allotments to ensure coordinated and efficient site development. 5 Land division within an area identified as being an Excluded Area from Bushfire Protection Planning Provisions as shown on Bushfire Protection Area BPA Maps - Bushfire Riskshould be designed to make provisions for: (a) emergency vehicle access through to the Bushfire Protection Area and other areas of open space connected to it (b) a mainly continuous street pattern serving new allotments that eliminates the use of cul-de-sacs or dead end roads (c) a fire hazard separation zone isolating residential allotments from areas that pose an unacceptable bushfire risk by containing the allotments within a perimeter road or through other means that achieve an adequate separation. 6 Allotments in the form of a battleaxe configuration should: (a) have an area consistent with the requirements set out in the Residential Zone (excluding the area of the handle of such an allotment) (b) provide for an access onto a public road, with the driveway handle being not less than 5 metres in width nor more than 50 metres in length (c) contain sufficient area on the allotment for a vehicle to turn around to enable it to egress the allotment in a forward direction (d) not be created where it would lead to multiple access points onto a road which would dominate or adversely affect the amenity of the streetscape 46
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(e) be avoided where their creation would be incompatible with the prevailing pattern of development. 7 Allotments should have an orientation, size and configuration to encourage development that: (a) minimises the need for earthworks and retaining walls (b) maintains natural drainage systems (c) faces abutting streets and open spaces (d) does not require the removal of existing native vegetation to facilitate that development (e) will not overshadow, dominate, encroach on or otherwise detrimentally affect the setting of the surrounding locality. 8 9 The layout of a land division should provide for efficient solar access. Within defined townships and settlements where the land to be divided borders a river, lake, wetland or creek, the land adjoining the bank should become public open space and linked with an existing or proposed pedestrian or transport network. Within defined townships and settlements land division should make provision for a reserve or an area of open space that is at least 25 metres wide from the top of the bank of a watercourse and that incorporates land within the 1 in 100 year average return interval flood event area. The layout of a land division should keep flood-prone land free from development. The arrangement of roads, allotments, reserves and open space should enable the provision of a storm drainage system that: (a) contains and retains all watercourses, drainage lines and native vegetation (b) enhances amenity (c) integrates with the open space system and surrounding area.

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Roads and Access


13 Road reserves should be of a width and alignment that can: (a) provide for safe and convenient movement and parking of projected volumes of vehicles and other users (b) provide for footpaths, cycle lanes and shared-use paths for the safety and convenience of residents and visitors (c) allow vehicles to enter or reverse from an allotment or site in a single movement allowing for a car parked on the opposite side of the street (d) accommodate street tree planting, landscaping and street furniture (e) accommodate the location, construction and maintenance of stormwater drainage and public utilities (f) provide unobstructed, safe and efficient vehicular access to individual allotments and sites

(g) allow for the efficient movement of service and emergency vehicles.

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The design of the land division should facilitate the most direct route to local facilities for pedestrians and cyclists and enable footpaths, cycle lanes and shared-use paths to be provided of a safe and suitable width and reasonable longitudinal gradient. The layout of land divisions should result in roads designed and constructed to ensure: (a) that traffic speeds and volumes are restricted where appropriate by limiting street length and/or the distance between bends and slow points (b) there are adequate sight distances for motorists at intersections, junctions, pedestrian and cyclist crossings, and crossovers to allotments to ensure the safety of all road users and pedestrians (c) that existing dedicated cycling and walking routes are not compromised.

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The design of the land division should provide space sufficient for on-street visitor car parking for the number and size of allotments, taking account of: (a) the size of proposed allotments and sites and opportunities for on-site parking (b) the availability and frequency of public and community transport (c) on-street parking demand likely to be generated by nearby uses.

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Land Division in Rural Areas


18 Rural land should not be divided if the resulting allotments would be of a size and configuration likely to impede the efficient use of rural land for any of the following: (a) primary production (b) value adding industries related to primary production (c) protection of natural resources. 19 Rural land should not be divided where new allotments would result in any of the following: (a) fragmentation of productive primary production land (b) strip development along roads or water mains (c) prejudice against the proper and orderly development of townships (d) removal of native vegetation for allotment boundaries, access roads, infrastructure, dwellings and other buildings or firebreaks.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Landscaping, Fences and Walls

Landscaping, Fences and Walls


OBJECTIVES
1 2 The amenity of land and development enhanced with appropriate planting and other landscaping works, using locally indigenous plant species where possible. Functional fences and walls that enhance the attractiveness of development.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Development should incorporate open space and landscaping in order to: (a) complement built form and reduce the visual impact of larger buildings (eg taller and broader plantings against taller and bulkier building components) (b) enhance the appearance of road frontages (c) screen service yards, loading areas and outdoor storage areas (d) minimise maintenance and watering requirements (e) enhance and define outdoor spaces, including car parking areas (f) provide shade and shelter

(g) assist in climate control within buildings (h) maintain privacy (i) (j) maximise stormwater re-use complement existing native vegetation

(k) contribute to the viability of ecosystems and species (l) 2 promote water and biodiversity conservation.

Landscaping should: (a) include the planting of locally indigenous species where appropriate (b) be oriented towards the street frontage (c) result in the appropriate clearance from powerlines and other infrastructure being maintained.

Landscaping should not: (a) unreasonably restrict solar access to adjoining development (b) cause damage to buildings, paths and other landscaping from root invasion, soil disturbance or plant overcrowding (c) introduce pest plants

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(d) increase the risk of bushfire (e) remove opportunities for passive surveillance (f) increase autumnal leave fall in waterways

(g) increase the risk of weed invasion. 4 Fences and walls, including retaining walls, should: (a) not result in damage to neighbouring trees (b) be compatible with the associated development and with existing predominant, attractive fences and walls in the locality (c) enable some visibility of buildings from and to the street to enhance safety and allow casual surveillance (d) incorporate articulation or other detailing where there is a large expanse of wall facing the street (e) assist in highlighting building entrances (f) be sited and limited in height, to ensure adequate sight lines for motorists and pedestrians especially on corner sites

(g) in the case of side and rear boundaries, be of sufficient height to maintain privacy and/or security without adversely affecting the visual amenity or access to sunlight of adjoining land (h) be constructed of non-flammable materials.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Mineral Extraction

Mineral Extraction
OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 5 6 Development of mining activities in a way that contributes to the sustainable growth of the industry. Protection of mineral deposits against intrusion by inappropriate forms of development. Areas with scenic or conservation significance protected from undue damage arising from mining operations. Mining operations undertaken with minimal adverse impacts on the environment and on the health and amenity of adjacent land uses. Minimisation of the impacts from mining activities upon the existing groundwater level and the quality of groundwater resources. Mining operations that make adequate provision for site rehabilitation.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 3 Known reserves of economically-viable mineral deposits should be kept free of development that may inhibit their future exploitation. Development in proximity to mining operations should not be allowed where it may be exposed to adverse impacts resulting from mining activities. Mining in scenic and native vegetation areas should only be undertaken if: (a) the proposed location is the best site in regard to minimising loss of amenity, degradation of the landscape and loss of native vegetation (b) there are a limited number of known reserves of the minerals in the area or elsewhere in the State (c) the extraction and transportation of materials from alternative sites to principal centres of consumption carry significantly higher costs (d) the site is capable of restoration with locally indigenous plant species to counter the long-term impact on the landscape and biodiversity. 4 Stormwater and/or wastewater from land used for mining should be diverted into a silt retention structure so that it can be reused on-site for purposes such as truck wash-down, dust control, washing of equipment and landscape irrigation or for disposal off-site in an environmentally responsible manner. Access to land used for mining should be sited and designed to accommodate heavy-vehicle traffic and ensure the safety of all road users. Mining operations should: (a) ensure that minimal damage is caused to the landscape (b) minimise the area required for operations, and provide for the progressive reclamation of disturbed areas (c) minimise disturbance to natural hydrological systems.

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Separation Treatments, Buffers and Landscaping


7 8 Mining development should be sited, designed and sequenced to protect the amenity of surrounding land uses from environmental nuisance such as dust or vibration emanating from mining operations. Mining operations that are likely to impact upon the amenity of the locality should incorporate a separation distance and/or mounding/vegetation between the mining operations (including stockpiles) and adjoining allotments to help minimise exposure to those potential impacts. Quarry faces should be orientated away from public view. Screening of mining areas should occur in advance of extraction commencing. An area of densely vegetated and/or mounded land should be established around the perimeter of mining sites in order to screen excavated land and mineral processing facilities from all of the following: (a) residential areas (b) tourist areas (c) tourist routes (d) scenic routes. 12 Screen planting around mining operations should incorporate a mixture of trees and shrubs that: (a) contribute to an attractive landscape (b) suit local soil and climatic conditions (c) are fast growing and/or have a long life expectancy (d) are locally indigenous species. 13 Borrow pits for road making materials should: (a) be sited so as to cause the minimum effect on their surroundings (b) not be located on land visible from arterial as shown on Overlay Maps - Transport or scenic routes listed in Table CGV/1 - Building Setbacks from Road Boundaries.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Natural Resources

Natural Resources
OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 5 Retention, protection and restoration of the natural resources and environment. Protection of the quality and quantity of South Australias surface waters, including inland and underground waters. The ecologically sustainable use of natural resources including water resources, including ground water, surface water and watercourses. Natural hydrological systems and environmental flows reinstated, and maintained and enhanced. Development sited and designed to: (a) maximise the use of stormwater (b) protect stormwater from pollution sources (c) protect or enhance the environmental values of receiving waters (d) prevent the risk of downstream flooding (e) minimise the loss and disturbance of native vegetation. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Storage and use of stormwater which avoids adverse impact on public health and safety. Native flora, fauna and ecosystems protected, retained, conserved and restored. Restoration, expansion and linking of existing native vegetation to facilitate habitat corridors for ease of movement of fauna. Minimal disturbance and modification of the natural landform. Protection of the physical, chemical and biological quality of soil resources. Protection of areas prone to erosion or other land degradation processes from inappropriate development. Protection of the scenic qualities of natural and rural landscapes.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 3 4 Development should be undertaken with minimum impact on the natural environment, including air and water quality, land, soil, biodiversity, and scenically attractive areas. The visual impact of wind farms and ancillary development should be managed in accordance with the policies contained within the General Section headed Renewable Energy Facilities. Development should ensure that South Australias natural assets, such as biodiversity, water and soil, are protected and enhanced. Development should not significantly obstruct or adversely affect sensitive ecological areas such as creeks and wetlands.

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Development should not have an adverse impact on the natural, physical, chemical or biological quantity and characteristics of soil resources. Development should be appropriate to land capability and the protection and conservation of water resources and biodiversity.

Water Sensitive Design


7 8 9 Development should be designed to maximise conservation, minimise consumption and encourage reuse of water resources. Development should not take place if it results in unsustainable use of surface or underground water resources. Development should be sited and designed to: (a) capture and re-use stormwater, where practical (b) minimise surface water runoff (c) prevent soil erosion and water pollution (d) protect and enhance natural water flows (e) protect water quality by providing adequate separation distances from watercourses and other water bodies (f) not contribute to an increase in salinity levels

(g) avoid the water logging of soil or the release of toxic elements (h) maintain natural hydrological systems and not adversely affect: (i) (ii) the quantity and quality of groundwater the depth and directional flow of groundwater

(iii) the quality and function of natural springs. 10 Water discharged from a development site should: (a) be of a physical, chemical and biological condition equivalent to or better than its pre-developed state (b) not exceed the rate of discharge from the site as it existed in pre-development conditions. 11 12 Development should include stormwater management systems to protect it from damage during a minimum of a 1 in 100 year average return interval flood. Development should have adequate provision to control any stormwater over-flow runoff from the site and should be sited and designed to improve the quality of stormwater and minimise pollutant transfer to receiving waters. Development should include stormwater management systems to mitigate peak flows and manage the rate and duration of stormwater discharges from the site to ensure the carrying capacities of downstream systems are not overloaded. Development should include stormwater management systems to minimise the discharge of sediment, suspended solids, organic matter, nutrients, bacteria, litter and other contaminants to the stormwater system. 54
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Stormwater management systems should preserve natural drainage systems, including the associated environmental flows. Stormwater management systems should: (a) maximise the potential for stormwater harvesting and re-use, either on-site or as close as practicable to the source (b) utilise, but not be limited to, one or more of the following harvesting methods: (i) (ii) the collection of roof water in tanks the discharge to open space, landscaping or garden areas, including strips adjacent to car parks

(iii) the incorporation of detention and retention facilities (iv) aquifer recharge. 17 18 Where it is not practicable to detain or dispose of stormwater on site, only clean stormwater runoff should enter the public stormwater drainage system. Artificial wetland systems, including detention and retention basins, should be sited and designed to: (a) ensure public health and safety is protected (b) minimise potential public health risks arising from the breeding of mosquitoes.

Water Catchment Areas and Water Quality


19 20 21 Development should not take place if it may result in over exploitation of surface or underground water resources. Development should be designed to minimise consumption, maximise conservation and encourage reuse of water resources. Development should ensure watercourses and their beds, banks, wetlands and floodplains are not damaged or modified and are retained in their natural state, except where modification is required for essential access or maintenance purposes. No development should occur where its proximity to a swamp or wetland will damage or interfere with the hydrology or water regime of the swamp or wetland. A wetland or low-lying area providing habitat for native flora and fauna should not be drained, except temporarily for essential management purposes to enhance environmental values. Development should be sited and designed to: (a) minimise surface water runoff (b) not obstruct a watercourse (c) prevent soil erosion and water pollution (d) protect stormwater from pollution sources (e) protect and enhance natural water flows required to meet the needs of the natural environment (f) protect water quality by providing adequate separation distances from watercourses and other water bodies 55
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(g) not contribute to an increase in salinity levels (h) avoid the water logging of soil or the release of toxic elements (i) maintain natural hydrological systems and not adversely affect: (i) (ii) the quantity and quality of groundwater the depth and directional flow of groundwater

(iii) the quality and function of natural springs. 25 The quality of water leaving the site of a development should be of a physical, chemical and biological condition equivalent to or better than pre-development conditions, and the rate of water discharged from the site should not exceed the rate of discharge from the site in pre-development conditions. Along watercourses, areas of remnant native vegetation, or areas prone to erosion, that are capable of natural regeneration should be fenced off to limit stock access. Development such as cropping, intensive animal keeping, residential, tourism, industry and horticulture, that increases the amount of surface run-off should include a strip of land at least 20 metres wide measured from the top of existing banks on each side of a watercourse that is: (a) fenced to exclude livestock (b) kept free of development, including structures, formal roadways or access ways for machinery or any other activity causing soil compaction or significant modification of the natural surface of the land (c) revegetated with indigenous vegetation comprising trees, shrubs and other groundcover plants to filter run-off so as to reduce the impacts on native aquatic ecosystems and to minimise soil loss eroding into the watercourse. 28 Development resulting in the depositing of an object or solid material in a watercourse or floodplain or the removal of bank and bed material should not: (a) adversely affect the migration of aquatic biota (b) adversely affect the natural flow regime (c) cause or contribute to water pollution (d) result in watercourse or bank erosion (e) adversely affect native vegetation upstream or downstream that is growing in or adjacent to a watercourse. 29 The location and construction of dams, water tanks and diversion drains should: (a) occur off watercourse (b) not take place in ecologically sensitive areas or on erosion-prone sites (c) provide for low flow by-pass mechanisms to allow for migration of aquatic biota (d) protect the needs of downstream users (e) minimise in-stream or riparian vegetation loss (f) incorporate features to improve water quality (eg wetlands and floodplain ecological communities 56
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(g) protect ecosystems dependent on water resources. 30 31 Irrigated horticulture and pasture should not increase groundwater-induced salinity. Development should comply with the current Environment Protection (Water Quality) Policy.

Stormwater
32 33 34 Development should include stormwater management systems to protect it from damage during a minimum of a 1 in 100 year average return interval flood. Development should, where practical, capture and re-use stormwater. Development should have adequate provision to control any stormwater over-flow run-off from the site and should be sited and designed to improve the quality of stormwater and minimise pollutant transfer to receiving waters. Development should include stormwater management systems to mitigate peak flows and manage the rate and duration of stormwater discharges from the site to ensure downstream systems are not overloaded. Development should include stormwater management systems to minimise the discharge of sediment, suspended solids, organic matter, nutrients, bacteria, litter and other contaminants to the stormwater system. Stormwater management systems should preserve natural drainage systems, including the associated environmental flows. Stormwater management systems should maximise the potential for stormwater harvesting and reuse, including aquifer recharge, either on-site or as close as practicable to the source. Where not detained or disposed on site, stormwater should be drained to a public stormwater disposal system. Detention and retention basins should be sited and designed to: (a) ensure public health and safety is protected, particularly in regard to high velocity drainage points and access to water bodies (b) minimise potential health risks from exposure to mosquitoes.

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Biodiversity and Native Vegetation


41 42 43 44 Development should retain existing areas of native vegetation and where possible contribute to revegetation using locally indigenous plant species. Development should be designed and sited to minimise the loss and disturbance of native flora and fauna. The provision of services, including power, water, effluent and waste disposal, access roads and tracks should be sited on areas already cleared of native vegetation. Native vegetation should be conserved and its conservation value and function not compromised by development if the native vegetation does any of the following: (a) provides an important habitat for wildlife or shade and shelter for livestock (b) has a high plant species diversity or includes rare, vulnerable or endangered plant species or plant associations and communities

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(c) provides an important seed bank for indigenous vegetation (d) has high amenity value and/or significantly contributes to the landscape quality of an area, including the screening of buildings and unsightly views (e) has high value as a remnant of vegetation associations characteristic of a district or region prior to extensive clearance for agriculture (f) 45 is growing in, or is characteristically associated with a wetland environment.

Native vegetation should not be cleared if such clearing is likely to lead to, cause or exacerbate any of the following: (a) erosion or sediment within water catchments (b) decreased soil stability (c) soil or land slip (d) deterioration in the quality of water in a watercourse or surface water runoff (e) a local or regional salinity problem (f) the occurrence or intensity of local or regional flooding.

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Development that proposes the clearance of native vegetation should address or consider the implications that removing the native vegetation will have on the following: (a) provision for linkages and wildlife corridors between significant areas of native vegetation (b) erosion along watercourses and the filtering of suspended solids and nutrients from run-off (c) the amenity of the locality (d) bushfire safety (e) the net loss of native vegetation and other biodiversity.

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Where native vegetation is to be removed, it should be replaced in a suitable location on the site with vegetation indigenous to the local area to ensure that there is not a net loss of native vegetation and biodiversity. Development should be located and occur in a manner which: (a) does not increase the potential for, or result in, the spread of pest plants, or the spread of any nonindigenous plants into areas of native vegetation or a conservation zone (b) avoids the degradation of remnant native vegetation by any other means including as a result of spray drift, compaction of soil, modification of surface water flows, pollution to groundwater or surface water or change to groundwater levels (c) incorporates a separation distance and/or buffer area to protect wildlife habitats and other features of nature conservation significance.

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(c) taking other effective and reasonable precautions to protect both vegetation and the integrity of structures and essential services. 50 Horticulture involving the growing of olives should be located at least: (a) 500 metres from: (i) (ii) a national park a conservation park

(iii) a wilderness protection area (iv) the edge of a substantially intact stratum of native vegetation greater than 5 hectares in area (b) 50 metres from the edge of stands of native vegetation 5 hectares or less in area. 51 Horticulture involving the growing of olives should have at least one locally indigenous tree that will grow to a height of at least 7 metres sited at least every 100 metres around the perimeter of the orchard.

Soil Conservation
52 53 54 55 Development should not have an adverse impact on the natural, physical, chemical or biological quality and characteristics of soil resources. Development should be designed and sited to prevent erosion. Development should take place in a manner that will minimise alteration to the existing landform. Development should minimise the loss of soil from a site through soil erosion or siltation during the construction phase of any development and following the commencement of an activity.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Open Space and Recreation

Open Space and Recreation


OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 The creation of a network of linked parks, reserves and recreation areas at regional and local levels. Pleasant, functional and accessible open spaces providing a range of physical environments. A wide range of settings for active and passive recreational opportunities. The provision of open space in the following hierarchy: 5 6 State Regional District Neighbourhood Local.

The conservation and preservation of flora, fauna and scenery, and the creation of recreation areas by establishing parks and reserves. Linkage of parks with the Heysen/Riesling Trail and walking and riding tracks to provide a connection between Cape Jervis, south of Adelaide, and the northern Flinders.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 Urban development should include public open space and recreation areas. Public open space and recreation areas should be of a size, dimension and location that: (a) facilitate a range of formal and informal recreation activities to meet the needs of the community (b) provide for the movement of pedestrians and cyclists (c) incorporate existing vegetation and natural features, watercourses, wildlife habitat and other sites of natural or cultural value (d) link habitats, wildlife corridors, public open spaces and existing recreation facilities (e) enable effective stormwater management (f) 3 provides for the planting and retention of large trees and vegetation.

Open space should be designed to incorporate: (a) pedestrian, cycle linkages to other open spaces, centres, schools and public transport nodes (b) park furniture, shaded areas and resting places to enhance pedestrian comfort (c) safe crossing points where pedestrian routes intersect the road network (d) easily identified access points (e) frontage to abutting public roads to optimise pedestrian access and visibility

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(f) 4 5 6 7

re-use of stormwater for irrigation purposes.

Where practical, access points to regional parks should be located close to public transport. District level parks should be at least 3 hectares in size, and provided within 2 kilometres of all households that they serve. Neighbourhood parks should be at least 0.5 hectares and generally closer to 1 hectare in size, and provided within 500 metres of households that they serve. Local parks should generally be a minimum of 0.2 hectares in size, and should be centrally located within a residential area, close to schools, shops and generally within 300 metres of households that they serve. No more than 20 per cent of land allocated as public open space should: (a) have a slope in excess of 1 in 4 (b) comprise creeks or other drainage areas.

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Signage should be provided at entrances to and within public open space to provide clear orientation to major points of interest such as the location of public toilets, telephones, safe routes and park activities. Buildings in open space, including structures and associated car parking areas, should be designed, located and of a scale that is unobtrusive and does not detract from the desired open space character. Development in open space should: (a) be clustered where practical to ensure that the majority of the site remains open (b) where practical, be developed for multi-purpose use (c) be constructed to minimise the extent of hard paved areas.

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Open spaces and recreation areas should be located and designed to maximise safety and security by: (a) ensuring that within urban areas, their edges are overlooked by housing, commercial or other development that can provide effective informal surveillance (b) ensuring fenced parks and playgrounds have more than one entrance or exit when fenced (c) locating play equipment where it can be informally observed by nearby residents and users during times of use (d) clearly defining the perimeters of play areas (e) providing lighting around facilities such as toilets, telephones, seating, litter bins, bike storage and car parks (f) focusing pedestrian and bicycle movement after dark along clearly defined, adequately lit routes with observable entries and exits.

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(d) enhance the visual amenity of the area and complement existing buildings (e) be designed and selected to minimise maintenance costs (f) 14 15 provide habitat for local fauna.

Development of recreational activities in areas not zoned for that purpose should be compatible with surrounding activities. Recreation facilities development should be sited and designed to minimise negative impacts on the amenity of the locality.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Orderly and Sustainable Development

Orderly and Sustainable Development


OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Orderly and economical development that creates a safe, convenient and pleasant environment in which to live. Development occurring in an orderly sequence and in a compact form to enable the efficient provision of public services and facilities. Development that does not jeopardise the continuance of adjoining authorised land uses. Development that does not prejudice the achievement of the provisions of the Development Plan. Development abutting adjoining Council areas having regard to the policies of that Councils Development Plan. Urban development located only in zones designated for such development. Urban development contained within existing townships and settlements and located only in zones designated for such development.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Development should not prejudice the development of a zone for its intended purpose. Land outside of townships and settlements should primarily be used for primary production, conservation purposes, and the provision of wind farms and ancillary development. The economic base of the region should be expanded in a sustainable manner. Urban development should form a compact extension to an existing built-up area. Ribbon development should not occur along the arterial roads shown in Overlay Maps - Transport. Development should be located and staged to achieve the economical provision of public services and infrastructure, and to maximise the use of existing services and infrastructure. Where development is expected to impact upon the existing infrastructure network (including the transport network), development should demonstrate how the undue effect will be addressed. Vacant or underutilised land should be developed in an efficient and co-ordinated manner to not prejudice the orderly development of adjacent land.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Outdoor Advertisements

Outdoor Advertisements
OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 Urban and rural landscapes that are not disfigured by advertisements and/or advertising hoardings. Advertisements and/or advertising hoardings that do not create a hazard. Advertisements and/or advertising hoardings designed to enhance the appearance of the building and locality.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 Advertising and/or advertising hoardings should have regard to the design guidelines contained in Table CGV/2 - Design Guidelines for Advertising Signs. The location, siting, design, materials, size, and shape of advertisements and/or advertising hoardings should be: (a) consistent with the predominant character of the urban or rural landscape (b) in harmony with any buildings or sites of historic significance or heritage value in the area (c) coordinated with and complement the architectural form and design of the building they are to be located on. 3 The number of advertisements and/or advertising hoardings associated with a development should be minimised to avoid: (a) clutter (b) disorder (c) untidiness of buildings and their surrounds. 4 5 6 Buildings occupied by a number of tenants should exhibit coordinated and complementary advertisements and/or advertising hoardings to identify the tenants and their type of business. The content of advertisements should be limited to information relating to the legitimate use of the associated land. Advertisements and/or advertising hoardings should: (a) be completely contained within the boundaries of the subject allotment (b) be sited to avoid damage to, or pruning or lopping of, on-site landscaping or street trees (c) not obscure views to vistas or objects of high amenity value. 7 Advertisements and/or advertising hoardings should not be erected on: (a) a public footpath or veranda post (b) a road, median strip or traffic island

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(c) a vehicle adapted and exhibited primarily as an advertisement (d) residential land, unless erected to fulfil a statutory requirement or as a complying type of advertisement or advertising hoarding associated with the residential use of the land. 8 Advertisements and/or advertising hoardings attached to buildings should not be sited on the roof or higher than the walls of a building, unless the advertisement or advertising hoarding is appropriately designed to form an integrated and complementary extension of the existing building. Advertisements and/or advertising hoardings erected on a veranda or that project from a building wall should: (a) have a clearance over a footway to allow for safe and convenient pedestrian access (b) where erected on the side of a veranda, not exceed the width of the veranda or project from the veranda (c) where erected on the front of a veranda, not exceed the length of the veranda or project from the veranda (d) where projecting from a wall, have the edge of the advertisement or advertising hoarding abutting the surface of the wall. 10 11 Advertisements should be designed to conceal their supporting advertising hoarding from view. Advertisements should convey the owner/occupier and/or generic type of business, merchandise or services using simple, clear and concise language, symbols, print style and layout and a small number of colours. Advertisements which perform a secondary role in identifying the business, goods or services should only be readable in the immediate vicinity of the site. Outside of townships and country settlements advertisements other than traffic signs, tourist signs or advertisements on an existing tourist information bay display board, should not be erected in road reserves.

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Safety
14 Advertisements and/or advertising hoardings should not create a hazard by: (a) being so highly illuminated as to cause discomfort to an approaching driver, or to create difficulty in the drivers perception of the road or persons or objects on the road (b) being liable to interpretation by drivers as an official traffic sign, or convey to drivers information that might be confused with instructions given by traffic signals or other control devices, or impair the conspicuous nature of traffic signs or signals (c) distracting drivers from the primary driving task at a location where the demands on driver concentration are high (d) obscuring a driver's view of other road or rail vehicles at/or approaching level crossings, or of pedestrians or of features of the road that are potentially hazardous (eg junctions, bends, changes in width, traffic control devices).

Freestanding Advertisements
15 Freestanding advertisements and/or advertising hoardings should be: (a) limited to only one primary advertisement per site or complex (including a complex comprising individual community titles)

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(b) of a scale and size in keeping with the desired character of the locality and compatible with the development on the site. 16 Freestanding advertisements and/or advertising hoardings for multiple-business tenancy complexes should: (a) incorporate the name or nature of each business or activity within the site or complex in a single advertisement (b) be integrally designed and mounted below the more predominant main complex or site identity advertisement. 17 Portable, easel or A-frame advertisements should be displayed only where: (a) no other appropriate opportunity exists for an adequate coordinated and permanently erected advertisement and/or advertising hoarding (b) they do not obstruct or compromise the safety of pedestrians or vehicle movement (c) there is no unnecessary duplication or proliferation of advertising information (d) there is no damage to, or removal of, any landscaping on the site. 18 Portable, easel or A-frame advertisements associated with a development should be displayed only during the hours the development is open for trading.

Flags, Bunting and Streamers


19 Advertisements and/or advertising hoardings incorporating any flags, bunting, streamers, or suspended objects should: (a) be placed or arranged to complement and accord with the scale of the associated development (b) other than flags, not be positioned higher than the building they are attached or related to (c) not be displayed in residential areas.

Advertising along Arterial Roads


20 Advertising and/or advertising hoardings should not be placed along arterial roads that have a speed limit of 80 km/h or more.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Renewable Energy Facilities

Renewable Energy Facilities


OBJECTIVES
1 2 Location, siting, design and operation of renewable energy facilities as essential infrastructure that benefits the environment, the local community and the State. The development of renewable energy facilities, such as wind farms and ancillary development, in areas that provide the opportunity to harvest natural resources for the efficient generation of electricity, accepting that such facilities will often need to be sited in visually prominent locations. Location, siting, design and operation of renewable energy facilities to avoid or minimise adverse impacts on the natural environment.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 Renewable energy facilities, including wind farms and ancillary developments, should be located in areas that maximise efficient generation and supply of electricity. Wind farms and ancillary development such as substations, maintenance sheds, access roads, wind monitoring masts and connecting power-lines (including to the National Electricity Grid), should be sited, designed and operated to: (a) manage the visual impact of the development by achieving the following: (i) (ii) a setback of at least 1 kilometre of a wind turbine from a dwelling that is not associated with the development vegetated buffers to mitigate short to medium range visual impacts

(iii) regular spacing of wind turbines in open/flat landscapes where vegetation is orderly (iv) irregular spacing in hilly/rugged landscapes where vegetation is varied (v) ensure that blades on wind turbines rotate in the same direction (vi) ensure that all wind turbines have uniformity in terms of colour, size and shape (b) avoid or minimise the potential for adverse impact on areas of native vegetation, conservation, the natural environment, geological, tourism or built or natural heritage significance (c) avoid or minimise the following impacts on nearby property owners and/or occupiers, road users and wildlife: (i) (ii) shadowing, flickering, reflection or blade glint impacts excessive noise

(iii) interference with television and radio signals (iv) modification of vegetation, soils and habitats (v) striking of birds or bats. 3 Renewable energy facilities, including wind farms and ancillary development, should be designed and sited so as not to impact on the safety of water or air transport and the operation of ports, airfields and designated landing strips. 67
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Residential Development
OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 5 Safe, convenient, pleasant and healthy-living environments that meet the needs and preferences of the community. An increased mix in the range and number of dwelling types available within urban boundaries to cater for changing demographics, particularly smaller household sizes and supported accommodation. Higher dwelling densities in areas close to centres, public and community transport and public open spaces. The regeneration of selected areas identified at zone and/or policy area levels. Affordable housing provided in appropriate locations.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Residential allotments and sites should have the appropriate orientation, area, configuration and dimensions to accommodate: (a) the siting and construction of a dwelling and associated ancillary outbuildings (b) the provision of landscaping and private open space (c) convenient and safe vehicle access and off street parking (d) passive energy design. 2 3 4 Buildings on battleaxe allotments or the like should be single storey and be designed to maintain the privacy of adjoining properties. Residential allotments should be of varying sizes to encourage housing diversity. Dwellings constituting affordable housing should be located to optimise access to shops, social services and facilities, or public transport.

Design and Appearance


5 6 7 Where a dwelling has direct frontage to a street the dwelling should be designed to provide surveillance and address the street. Entries to dwellings should be clearly visible from the streets that they front to enable visitors to identify a specific dwelling easily. The design of residential flat buildings should: (a) define individual dwellings in the external appearance of the building (b) provide transitional space around the entry (c) ensure building entrances provide shelter, are visible and easily identifiable from the street.

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Overshadowing
8 The design and location of buildings should ensure that direct winter sunlight is available to adjacent dwellings, with particular consideration given to: (a) windows of habitable rooms, particularly living areas (b) ground-level private open space (c) upper-level private balconies that provide the primary open space area for any dwelling (d) access to solar energy. 9 Development should ensure that north-facing windows to habitable rooms of existing dwelling(s) on the same allotment, and on adjacent allotments, receive at least 3 hours of direct sunlight over a portion of their surface between 9am and 5pm on the 21 June. Development should ensure that ground-level open space of existing buildings receives direct sunlight for a minimum of two hours between 9.00am and 3.00pm on 21 June to at least the smaller of the following: (a) half of this space (b) 35 square metres of this space (with at least one of the areas dimensions measuring 2.5 metres). In cases where overshadowing already exceeds these requirements, development must not increase the overshadowed area by more than 20 per cent.

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Garages, Carports and Outbuildings


11 12 13 14 Garages, carports and outbuildings should have a roof form and pitch, building materials and detailing that complement the associated dwelling. Garages and carports facing the street should not dominate the streetscape. Residential outbuildings, including garages and sheds, should not be constructed unless in association with an existing dwelling. Caravans or tents should not be used for residential purposes (except in public caravan parks or public camping grounds) although the use of a caravan for residential purposes may take place in either of the following circumstances, where a dwelling: (a) exists on the allotment and where the caravan: (i) (ii) is under occupation directly associated with that dwelling is in good repair and condition

(iii) is connected to a lawfully approved septic system (or a soakage system in the case of sullage disposal only) (b) does not exist on the allotment and where: (i) (ii) construction of an approved permanent dwelling on the land is proceeding the residential use will be for a period not exceeding six months.

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Street and Boundary Setbacks


15 Dwellings should be set back from allotment or site boundaries to: (a) contribute to the desired character of the area (b) provide adequate visual privacy by separating habitable rooms from pedestrian and vehicle movement. 16 Dwelling setbacks from side and rear boundaries should be progressively increased as the height of the building increases to: (a) minimise the visual impact of buildings from adjoining properties (b) minimise the overshadowing of adjoining properties. 17 Side boundary walls in residential areas should be limited in length and height to: (a) minimise their visual impact on adjoining properties (b) minimise the overshadowing of adjoining properties. 18 Carports and garages should be set back from road and building frontages so as to: (a) contribute to the desired character of the area (b) not adversely impact on the safety of road users (c) provide safe entry and exit (d) not dominate the appearance of dwellings from the street.

Site Coverage
19 Site coverage should be limited to ensure sufficient space is provided for: (a) pedestrian and vehicle access and vehicle parking (b) domestic storage (c) outdoor clothes drying (d) a rainwater tank (e) private open space and landscaping (f) front, side and rear boundary setbacks that contribute to the desired character of the area

(g) convenient storage of household waste and recycling receptacles.

Private Open Space


20 Private open space (land available for exclusive use by residents of each dwelling) should be provided for each dwelling and should be sited and designed: (a) to be accessed directly from the internal living areas of the dwelling (b) generally at ground level to the side or rear of a dwelling and screened for privacy (c) to take advantage of but not adversely affect natural features of the site

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(d) to minimise overlooking from adjacent buildings (e) to achieve separation from bedroom windows on adjoining sites (f) to have a northerly aspect to provide for comfortable year-round use

(g) to not be significantly shaded during winter by the associated dwelling or adjacent development (h) to be shaded in summer. 21 Dwellings should have associated private open space of sufficient area and shape to be functional, taking into consideration the likely needs of the occupant(s), the location of the dwelling, and the dimension and gradient of the site. Private open space should not include driveways, effluent drainage areas, rubbish bin storage, sites for rainwater tanks and other utility areas, and common areas such as parking areas and communal open space in residential flat buildings and group dwellings, and should have a minimum dimension of: (a) 2.5 metres for ground level or roof-top private open space (b) 2.0 metres for upper level balconies or terraces. 23 Balconies should make a positive contribution to the internal and external amenity of residential buildings and should be sited adjacent to the main living areas, such as the living room, dining room or kitchen, to extend the dwellings living space.

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Site Facilities and Storage


24 Site facilities for group dwellings and residential flat buildings should include: (a) mail box facilities sited close to the major pedestrian entrance to the site (b) bicycle parking for residents and visitors (c) household waste and recyclable material storage areas away from dwellings (d) external clothes drying areas, which are readily accessible to each dwelling and complement the development and streetscape character for dwellings which do not incorporate ground level private open space.

Visual Privacy
25 Direct overlooking into habitable room windows and onto the useable private open spaces of other dwellings from windows, especially from upper-level habitable rooms and external balconies, terraces and decks, should be minimised through the adoption of one or more of the following: (a) building layout (b) location and design of windows and balconies (c) screening devices (d) landscaping (e) adequate separation. 26 Permanently fixed external screening devices should be designed and coloured to blend with the associated buildings external material and finishes.

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Noise
27 Residential development close to high noise sources (eg major roads, railway lines, tram lines, industry, and airports) should be designed to locate bedrooms, living rooms and private open spaces away from those noise sources, or protect these areas with appropriate noise attenuation measures. The number of dwellings sharing a common internal pedestrian entry within a residential flat building should be minimised to limit noise generation in internal access ways. External noise and light intrusion to bedrooms should be minimised by separating or shielding these rooms from: (a) active communal recreation areas, parking areas and vehicle access ways (b) service equipment areas and fixed noise sources on the same or adjacent sites.

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Car Parking and Access


30 31 Driveway crossovers should be single width and appropriately separated, and the number should be minimised to optimise the provision of on-street visitor parking. On-site parking should be provided having regard to: (a) the number, nature and size of proposed dwellings (b) proximity to centre facilities, public and community transport within walking distance of the dwellings (c) the anticipated mobility and transport needs of the likely occupants, particularly groups such as aged persons (d) availability of on-street car parking (e) any loss of on-street parking arising from the development (eg an increase in number of driveway crossovers). 32 Parking areas servicing more than one dwelling should be of a size and location to: (a) serve users, including pedestrians, cyclists and motorists, efficiently, conveniently and safely (b) provide adequate space for vehicles to manoeuvre between the street and the parking area (c) reinforce or contribute to attractive streetscapes. 33 On-site visitor parking spaces for group and multiple dwellings and residential flat buildings should be sited and designed to: (a) serve users efficiently and safely (b) not dominate internal site layout (c) be clearly defined as visitor spaces not specifically associated with any particular dwelling (d) ensure they are not sited behind locked garages and are accessible to visitors at all times. 34 35 Driveways on arterial roads that serve more than one dwelling should be designed to cater for the simultaneous two-way movements of the largest vehicles expected to enter and exit the site. On-site parking and manoeuvring areas servicing development abutting arterial roads should be designed to enable all vehicles to enter and exit the site in a forward direction.

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Undercroft Garaging of Vehicles


36 Undercroft garaging of vehicles should occur only where: (a) the overall height and bulk of the development does not adversely impact on streetscape character or the amenity of adjacent properties (b) vehicles can safely exit from the site without compromising pedestrian safety or causing conflict with other vehicles (c) driveway gradients provide for safe and functional entry and exit (d) driveways and adjacent walls, fencing and landscaping are designed to provide adequate sightlines from vehicles to pedestrians using the adjacent footpath (e) openings into undercroft garage areas are designed to integrate with the main building so as to minimise visual impact (f) landscaping, mounding and/or fencing is incorporated to improve its presentation to the street and to adjacent properties

(g) the overall streetscape character of the locality is not adversely impaired (eg visual impact, building bulk, front setbacks relative to adjacent development). 37 38 Semi-basement or undercroft car parking should be suitably integrated with building form. In the case of semi-basement car parks where cars are visible, adequate screening and landscaping should be provided.

Dependent Accommodation
39 Dependent accommodation (ie accommodation where the living unit is connected to the same services of the main dwelling) should be developed on the same allotment as the existing dwelling only where: (a) the site is of adequate size and configuration and the minimum total site is 600 square metres (b) the accommodation has a small floor area relative to the associated main dwelling with a floor area not exceeding 100 square metres (c) adequate outdoor space of a minimum of 80 square metres is provided for the use of all occupants (d) adequate on-site car parking is provided by one additional car parking space being provided on the site (e) the building is designed to, and comprises colours and materials that will, complement the original dwelling (f) the building is attached to the associated main dwelling.

Swimming Pools and Outdoor Spas


40 Swimming pools, outdoor spas and associated ancillary equipment and structures should be sited so as to protect the privacy and amenity of adjoining residential land.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Short-Term Workers Accommodation

Short-Term Workers Accommodation


OBJECTIVES
1 A range of appropriately located accommodation types supplied to meet the housing needs of seasonal and short-term workers.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Accommodation intended to be occupied on a temporary basis by persons engaged in employment relating to the production or processing of primary produce including minerals should be located within existing townships or within primary production areas, where it directly supports and is ancillary to legitimate primary production activities or related industries. Buildings used for short-term workers accommodation should: (a) be designed and constructed to enhance their appearance (b) provide for the addition of a carport, verandas or pergolas as an integral part of the building (c) where located outside of townships, not jeopardise the continuation of primary production on adjoining land or elsewhere in the zone (d) be supplied with service infrastructure such as power, water, and effluent disposal sufficient to satisfy the living requirements of workers. 3 4 Short-term workers accommodation should not be adapted or used for permanent occupancy. A common amenities building should be provided for temporary forms of short-term accommodation such as caravan and camping sites.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Siting and Visibility

Siting and Visibility


OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 Protection of scenically attractive areas, particularly natural and rural landscapes. Protection and conservation of the scenic landscape of the Clare and Gilbert Valleys as visible from the main roads and other scenic routes. Accepting that wind farms and ancillary development may need to be sited in visually prominent locations, then the visual impact of the development needs to be managed.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 The visual impact of wind farms and ancillary development should be managed in accordance with the policies contained within the General Section headed Renewable Energy Facilities. Development should be sited and designed to minimise its visual impact on: (a) the natural, rural or heritage character of the area (b) areas of high visual or scenic value, particularly rural areas (c) views from public reserves, tourist routes and walking trails. 3 Buildings should be sited in unobtrusive locations and, in particular, should: (a) be grouped together (b) where possible be located in such a way as to be screened by existing vegetation when viewed from public roads as shown on Overlay Maps - Transport. 4 Buildings outside of urban areas and in undulating landscapes should be sited in unobtrusive locations and in particular should be: (a) sited below the ridgeline (b) sited within valleys or behind spurs (c) sited in such a way as to not be visible against the skyline when viewed from public roads as shown on Overlay Maps - Transport (d) set well back from public roads, particularly when the allotment is on the high side of the road as shown on Overlay Map - Transport. 5 Buildings and structures should be designed to minimise their visual impact in the landscape, in particular: (a) the profile of buildings should be low and the rooflines should complement the natural form of the land (b) the mass of buildings should be minimised by variations in wall and roof lines and by floor plans which complement the contours of the land (c) large eaves, verandas and pergolas should be incorporated into designs so as to create shadowed areas that reduce the bulky appearance of buildings. 75
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The nature of external surface materials of buildings should not detract from the visual character and amenity of the landscape. The number of buildings and structures on land outside of urban areas should be limited to that necessary for the efficient management of the land or the harvesting of wind resources for the generation of renewable energy. Driveways and access tracks should be designed and surfaced to blend sympathetically with the landscape and to minimise interference with natural vegetation and landforms. Development should be screened through the establishment of landscaping using locally indigenous plant species: (a) around buildings and earthworks to provide a visual screen as well as shade in summer, and protection from prevailing winds (b) along allotment boundaries to provide permanent screening of buildings and structures when viewed from adjoining properties and public roads (c) along the verges of new roads and access tracks to provide screening and minimise erosion.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Sloping Land

Sloping Land
OBJECTIVES
1 2 Development on sloping land designed to manage visual impacts, minimise impacts on the natural environment and protect soil stability and water quality. Accepting that wind farms and ancillary development may need to be sited in visually prominent locations, then the visual impact of the development needs to be managed.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 Development and associated driveways and access tracks should be sited and designed to integrate with the natural topography of the land and minimise the need for earthworks. Development and associated driveways and access tracks, including related earthworks, should be sited, designed and undertaken in a manner that: (a) minimises their visual impact (b) reduces the bulk of the buildings and structures (c) minimises the extent of cut and/or fill (d) minimises the need for, and the height of, retaining walls (e) does not cause or contribute to instability of any embankment or cutting (f) avoids the silting of watercourses

(g) protects development and its surrounds from erosion caused by water run-off. 3 4 5 6 7 The visual impact of wind farms and ancillary development should be managed in accordance with the policies contained within the General Section headed Renewable Energy Facilities. Driveways and access tracks across sloping land should be accessible and have a safe, all-weather trafficable surface. Development sites should not be at risk of landslip. Development on steep land should include site drainage systems to minimise erosion and avoid adverse impacts on slope stability. Steep sloping sites in unsewered areas should not be developed unless the physical characteristics of the allotments enable the proper siting and operation of an effluent drainage field suitable for the development intended.

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Supported Accommodation
OBJECTIVES
1 Provision of well designed supported accommodation for community groups with special needs.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Supported accommodation (including nursing homes, hostels, retirement homes, retirement villages, residential care facilities and special accommodation houses) should be: (a) located within walking distance of essential facilities such as convenience shops, health and community services and public and community transport (b) located where on-site movement of residents is not unduly restricted by the slope of the land (c) sited and designed to promote interaction with other sections of the community, without compromising privacy (d) of a scale and appearance that reflects the residential style and character of the locality (e) provided with public and private open space and landscaping to meet the needs of residents. 2 Supported accommodation should be designed to provide safe, secure, attractive, convenient and comfortable living conditions for residents that include: (a) ground-level access or lifted access to all units (b) internal communal areas and private spaces (c) an interesting and attractive outlook from units and communal areas for all residents, including those in wheelchairs (d) useable recreation areas for residents and visitors, including visiting children (e) adequate living space allowing for the use of wheelchairs with an attendant (f) spaces to accommodate social needs and activities, including social gatherings, internet use, gardening, keeping pets, preparing meals and doing personal laundry

(g) storage areas for items such as boats, trailers and caravans (h) storage for items such as small electric powered vehicles and other personal items, including facilities for recharging small electric powered vehicles (i) 3 mail boxes and waste disposal areas within easy walking distance of all units.

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(d) include kerb ramps at pedestrian crossing points (e) have level-surface passenger loading areas. 4 Car parking associated with supported accommodation should: (a) be conveniently located on site within easy walking distance of resident units (b) be adequate for residents, staff, service providers and visitors (c) include private parking spaces for independent living units (d) include separate and appropriately marked places for people with disabilities and spaces for small electrically powered vehicles (e) include covered and secure parking for residents vehicles (f) have slip-resistant surfaces with gradients not steeper than 1 in 40

(g) allow ease of vehicle manoeuvrability (h) be designed to allow the full opening of all vehicle doors (i) (j) minimise the impact of car parking on adjacent residences owing to visual intrusion and noise be appropriately lit to enable safe and easy movement to and from vehicles.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Telecommunications Facilities

Telecommunications Facilities
OBJECTIVES
1 2 Telecommunications facilities provided to meet the needs of the community. Telecommunications facilities sited and designed to minimise visual impact on the amenity of the local environment.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Telecommunications facilities should: (a) be located to meet the communication needs of the community (b) use materials and finishes that minimise visual impact (c) have antennae located as close as practical to the support structure (d) be located primarily in industrial, commercial, business, office, centre and rural zones (e) where technically feasible, be co-located with other telecommunications facilities (f) incorporate landscaping to screen the development, particularly equipment shelters and huts

(g) be designed and sited to minimise the visual impact on the character and amenity of the local environment, in particular visually prominent areas, main focal points and significant vistas. 2 Telecommunications facilities in areas of high visitation and community use should use innovative design techniques (eg sculpture and other artworks) where possible and where the resulting design would positively contribute to the character of the area. Telecommunications facilities should be located in residential zones only if sited and designed to minimise visual impact by: (a) using existing buildings and vegetation for screening (b) where possible, incorporating the facility within an existing structures that may serve another purpose maintaining that structures character (c) taking into account the size, scale, context and characteristics of existing structures, landforms and vegetation so as to complement the local environment. 4 Telecommunications facilities should not have a direct or significant effect on the amenity, character and settings of Historic (Conservation) Zones or Policy Areas, local heritage places, State heritage places or State Heritage Areas.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Tourism Development

Tourism Development
OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 Environmentally sustainable and innovative tourism development. Tourism development that assists in the conservation, interpretation and public appreciation of significant natural and cultural features including State or local heritage places. Tourism development that sustains or enhances the local character, visual amenity and appeal of the area. Tourism development that protects areas of exceptional natural value, allows for appropriate levels of visitation, and demonstrates an environmental analysis and design response which enhances environmental values. Tourism development in rural areas that does not adversely affect the use of agricultural land for primary production. Tourism development that contributes to local communities by adding vitality to neighbouring townships, regions and settlements. Increased opportunities for visitors to stay overnight. Ensure new development, together with associated bushfire management minimise the threat and impact of bushfires on life and property while protecting the environment.

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PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 2 3 Tourism development should have a functional or locational link with its natural, cultural or historical setting. Tourism development and any associated activities should not damage or degrade any significant natural and cultural features. Tourism development should ensure that its scale, form and location will not overwhelm, over commercialise or detract from the intrinsic natural values of the land on which it is sited or the character of its locality. Tourism development should, where appropriate, add to the range of services and accommodation types available in an area. Any upgrading of infrastructure to serve tourism development should be consistent with the landscape and the intrinsic natural values of the land and the basis of its appeal. Major tourism developments should generally be located within designated areas and existing townships or settlements. Development of a hotel, motel or related tourist accommodation facility should only be undertaken where: (a) the total area of development, including outbuildings but excluding driveways and carparking areas, would not exceed 50 per cent of the site (b) the development is limited to one storey in height where it is to be located within 8 metres of the boundary of the land on which it is sited. 81
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Tourism Development in Association with Dwelling(s)


8 9 Tourist facilities developed on the site of a dwelling should not detrimentally affect residential amenity. Car parking for tourist accommodation associated with a dwelling should be provided at the rate of one space for each guest room or suite of rooms, and ensure that: (a) parking areas are attractively developed and landscaped, or screen fenced, and do not dominate the street frontage (b) the bedrooms of residential neighbours are suitably shielded from noise and headlight glare associated with guest vehicle movements (c) a domestic character is retained through the scale and appearance of landscaping and paving materials that provide a suitable all-weather surface.

Tourism Development Outside Townships


10 Tourist developments located within areas of high conservation value, high indigenous cultural value, high landscape quality or significant scenic beauty should demonstrate excellence in design to minimise potential impacts or intrusion. Tourism developments in rural areas should be sited and designed to minimise impacts and have a functional or locational link with either of the following: (a) the surrounding agricultural production or processing (b) the natural, cultural or historical setting of the area. 12 Tourism developments in rural areas should primarily be developed in association with one or more of the following: (a) agricultural, viticultural and winery development (b) heritage places and areas (c) public open space and reserves (d) walking and cycling trails (e) interpretive infrastructure and signs. 13 Where appropriate, tourism developments in areas outside townships should: (a) adapt and upgrade existing buildings of heritage value (b) seek to improve conditions in disturbed or degraded areas on the site. 14 Advertisements associated with tourism developments should: (a) not exceed 0.5 square metres in area for each display (b) be limited to no more than two per site (c) be located on the same site as the tourist development (d) not be internally illuminated.

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Tourism development in rural areas should occur only where it: (a) incorporates a separation distance or buffers to avoid conflict with existing rural industries or agriculture or otherwise is designed to overcome the potential impacts associated with the adjoining land use (such as noise, dust, spray drift, odour and traffic) (b) will not give rise to demands for infrastructure and services, especially on public lands, that are inappropriate to the purpose of the zone and/or policy area.

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Tourism development, particularly in remote areas should be designed to minimise energy and water demands and incorporate alternative, sustainable technologies that use renewable energy sources and/or treat and reuse stormwater and wastewater to minimise reliance on mains services. Natural features, signs and walkways should be used to manage and minimise potential risks of visitors damaging areas of cultural or natural significance, fragile areas, and areas of highest environmental value. The visual and ambient impact of vehicles should be minimised by placing roadways and parking areas in unobtrusive locations.

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Transportation and Access


OBJECTIVES
1 A comprehensive, integrated, affordable and efficient air, rail, sea, road, cycle and pedestrian transport system that will: (a) provide equitable access to a range of public and private transport services for all people (b) ensure a high level of safety (c) effectively support the economic development of the State (d) have minimal negative environmental and social impacts (e) maintain options for the introduction of suitable new transport technologies. 2 Development that: (a) provides safe and efficient movement for all motorised and non-motorised transport modes (b) ensures access for vehicles including emergency services, public infrastructure maintenance and commercial vehicles (c) provides off street parking (d) is appropriately located so that it supports and makes best use of existing transport facilities and networks. 3 4 5 6 A road hierarchy that promotes safe and efficient transportation in an integrated manner throughout the State. Provision of safe, pleasant, accessible, integrated and permeable pedestrian and cycling networks. Safe and convenient freight movement throughout the State. The provision of vehicle-free areas, particularly in the business centre of the town of Clare.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 Land uses arranged to support the efficient provision of sustainable transport networks and encourage their use.

Movement Systems
2 Development should be integrated with existing transport networks, particularly major rail and road corridors as shown on Location Maps and Overlay Maps - Transport, and designed to minimise its potential impact on the functional performance of the transport networks. Transport corridors should be sited and designed so as to not unreasonably interfere with the health and amenity of adjacent sensitive land uses. Roads should be sited and designed to blend with the landscape and be in sympathy with the terrain.

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Land uses that generate large numbers of visitors such as shopping centres and areas, places of employment, schools, hospitals and medium to high density residential uses should be located so that they can be serviced by existing transport networks and encourage walking and cycling. Development generating high levels of traffic, such as schools, shopping centres and areas, entertainment and sporting facilities, should incorporate passenger pick-up and set down areas. The design of such areas should ensure interference to existing traffic is minimised and give priority to pedestrians, cyclists and public and community transport users. The location and design of public and community transport set-down and pick-up points should maximise safety and minimise the isolation and vulnerability of users. Development should provide safe and convenient access for all anticipated modes of transport including cycling, walking, public and community transport, and motor vehicles. Development at intersections, pedestrian and cycle crossings, and crossovers to allotments should maintain or enhance sightlines for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians to ensure safety for all road users and pedestrians. Driveway cross-overs affecting pedestrian footpaths should maintain the level of the footpath. Development should discourage commercial and industrial vehicle movements through residential streets and adjacent other sensitive land uses such as schools. Industrial/commercial vehicle movements should be separated from passenger vehicle car-parking areas. Development should make sufficient provision on site for the loading, unloading and turning of all traffic likely to be generated, with all vehicles entering and exiting the site in a forward direction.

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Cycling and Walking


14 Development should ensure that a permeable street and path network is established that encourages walking and cycling through the provision of safe, convenient and attractive routes with connections to adjoining streets, paths, open spaces, schools, public transport stops and activity centres. Development should provide access, and accommodate multiple route options, for cyclists by enhancing and integrating with open space networks, recreational trails, parks, reserves and recreation areas. Cycling and pedestrian networks should be designed to be permeable and facilitate direct and efficient passage to neighbouring networks and facilities. New developments should give priority to and not compromise existing designated bicycle routes. Where development coincides with, intersects or divides a proposed bicycle route or corridor, development should incorporate through-access for cyclists. Developments should encourage and facilitate cycling as a mode of transport by incorporating end-ofjourney facilities including: (a) showers, changing facilities, and secure lockers (b) signage indicating the location of bicycle facilities. 19 20 Pedestrian facilities and networks should be designed and provided in accordance with relevant provisions of the Australian Standards and Austroads Guide to Traffic Engineering Practice Part 13. Cycling facilities and networks should be designed and provided in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Australian Standards and Austroads Guide to Traffic Engineering Practice Part 14.

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Access
21 22 Development should have direct access from an all weather public road. Development should be provided with safe and convenient access which: (a) avoids unreasonable interference with the flow of traffic on adjoining roads (b) accommodates the type and volume of traffic likely to be generated by the development or land use and minimises induced traffic through over-provision (c) is sited and designed to minimise any adverse impacts on the occupants of and visitors to neighbouring properties. 23 24 Development should not restrict access to publicly owned land. The number of vehicle access points onto arterial roads shown on Overlay Map - Transport should be minimised, and where possible access points should be: (a) limited to local roads (b) shared between developments. 25 26 27 28 The number of access points for cyclists and pedestrians onto all adjoining roads should be maximised. Development with access from roads with existing or projected traffic volumes exceeding 6000 vehicles per day should be sited to avoid the need for vehicles to reverse on to the road. Development with access from arterial roads or roads as shown on Overlay Maps - Transport should be sited to avoid the need for vehicles to reverse on to the road. Driveways, access tracks and parking areas should be designed and constructed to: (a) follow the natural contours of the land (b) minimise excavation and/or fill (c) minimise the potential for erosion from run-off (d) avoid the removal of existing vegetation (e) be consistent with Australian Standard AS 2890 Parking facilities.

Access for People with Disabilities


29 Development should be sited and designed to provide convenient access for people with a disability.

Vehicle Parking
30 Development should provide off-street vehicle parking and specifically marked disabled car parking places to meet anticipated demand in accordance with Table CGV/3 - Off Street Vehicle Parking Requirements. Development should be consistent with Australian Standard AS 2890 Parking facilities. Vehicle parking areas should be sited and designed in a manner that will: (a) facilitate safe and convenient pedestrian linkages to the development and areas of significant activity or interest in the vicinity of the development

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(b) include safe pedestrian and bicycle linkages that complement the overall pedestrian and cycling network (c) not inhibit safe and convenient traffic circulation (d) result in minimal conflict between customer and service vehicles (e) avoid the necessity to use public roads when moving from one part of a parking area to another (f) minimise the number of vehicle access points to public roads

(g) avoid the necessity for backing onto public roads (h) where reasonably possible, provide the opportunity for shared use of car parking and integration of car parking areas with adjoining development to reduce the total extent of vehicle parking areas and the requirement for access points (i) (j) 33 not dominate the character and appearance of a centre when viewed from public roads and spaces provide landscaping that will shade and enhance the appearance of the vehicle parking areas.

Vehicle parking areas should be designed to reduce opportunities for crime by: (a) maximising the potential for passive surveillance by ensuring they can be overlooked from nearby buildings and roads (b) incorporating walls and landscaping that do not obscure vehicles or provide potential hiding places; (c) being appropriately lit (d) having clearly visible walkways.

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Where parking areas are not obviously visible or navigated, signs indicating the location and availability of vehicle parking spaces associated with businesses should be displayed at locations readily visible to customers. Parking areas that are likely to be used during non daylight hours should provide floodlit entrance and exit points and site lighting directed and shaded in a manner that will not cause nuisance to adjacent properties or users of the car park. Parking areas should be sealed or paved in order to minimise dust and mud nuisance. Stormwater from parking areas should be collected for reuse, with overflow discharged to the Council stormwater system. Parking areas should be line-marked to indicate parking bays, movement aisles and direction of traffic flow. Shared use of adjoining or adjacent carparking areas in conjunction with a use of land should only occur where the car parking areas concerned will be available for the duration of the use, or intended use, of land in respect of which car parking space is required.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Waste

Waste
OBJECTIVES
1 Development that, in order of priority, avoids the production of waste, minimises the production of waste, reuses waste, recycles waste for reuse, treats waste and disposes of waste in an environmentally sound manner. Development that includes the treatment and management of solid and liquid waste to prevent undesired impacts on the environment including, soil, plant and animal biodiversity, human health and the amenity of the locality.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Development should be sited and designed to prevent or minimise the generation of waste (including wastewater) by applying the following waste management hierarchy in the order of priority as shown below: (a) avoiding the production of waste (b) minimising waste production (c) reusing waste (d) recycling waste (e) recovering part of the waste for re-use (f) treating waste to reduce the potentially degrading impacts

(g) disposing of waste in an environmentally sound manner. 2 3 The storage, treatment and disposal of waste materials from any development should be achieved without risk to health or impairment of the environment. Development should avoid as far as practical, the discharge or deposit of waste (including wastewater) onto land or into any waters (including processes such as seepage, infiltration or carriage by wind, rain, sea spray, stormwater or by the rising of the water table). Untreated waste should not be discharged to the environment, and in particular to any water body. Development should include appropriately sized area to facilitate the storage of receptacles that will enable the efficient recycling of waste. Development that involves the production and/or collection of waste and/or recyclable material should include designated collection and storage area(s) that are: (a) screened and separated from adjoining areas (b) located to avoid impacting on adjoining sensitive environments or land uses (c) designed to ensure that wastes do not contaminate stormwater or enter the stormwater collection system (d) located on an impervious sealed area graded to a collection point in order to minimise the movement of any solids or contamination of water 88
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(e) protected from wind and stormwater and sealed to prevent leakage and minimise the emission of odours (f) 7 stored in such a manner that ensures that all waste is contained within the boundaries of the site until disposed of in an appropriate manner.

Residential development should not be undertaken within the following separation distances of existing or future common effluent drainage lagoons: (a) 350 metres within the township of Clare (b) 150 metres within the townships of Riverton and Saddleworth.

Wastewater
8 The disposal of wastewater to land should only occur where methods of wastewater reduction and reuse are unable to remove the need for its disposal, and where its application to the land is environmentally sustainable. Wastewater lagoons should not be sited in any of the following areas: (a) within land subject to a 1 in 100 year average return interval flood event. (b) within 50 metres of the top of the bank of a watercourse, bore or well. (c) where the base of the lagoon would be below any seasonal water table. 10 Wastewater lagoons should be sufficiently separated from adjoining sensitive uses to minimise potential adverse odour impacts.

Waste Treatment Systems


11 12 Development that produces any effluent should be connected to a suitable waste treatment system. The methods for, and siting of, effluent and waste storage, treatment and disposal systems should minimise the potential for environmental harm and adverse impacts on: (a) the quality of surface and groundwater resources (b) public health (c) the amenity of a locality (d) sensitive land uses. 13 Waste treatment should only occur where the capacity of the treatment facility is sufficient to accommodate likely maximum daily demands including a contingency for unexpected high flows and breakdowns. Any domestic waste treatment system or effluent drainage field should be located within the allotment of the development that it will service. A dedicated on-site effluent disposal area should not include any areas to be used for, or could be reasonably foreseen to be used for, private outdoor open space, driveways, car parking or outbuildings. The spreading or discharging of treated liquid or solid waste onto the ground should only occur where the disposal area consists of soil and vegetation that has the capacity to store and use the waste without contaminating soil or surface or ground water resources or damaging crops.

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Stock slaughter works, poultry processors, saleyards, piggeries, cattle feedlots, milking sheds, milk processing works, fish processing works, wineries, distilleries, tanneries and fellmongeries, composting works and concrete batching works should have a wastewater management system that is designed so as not to discharge wastes generated by the premises: (a) into any waters (b) onto land in a place where it is reasonably likely to enter any waters by processes such as: (i) (ii) seepage infiltration

(iii) carriage by wind, rain, sea spray, or stormwater (iv) the rising of the watertable. 18 Winery waste management systems should be designed to ensure: (a) surface runoff does not occur from the wastewater irrigation area at any time (b) wastewater is not irrigated onto waterlogged areas, land within 50 metres of a creek, or swamp or domestic or stock water bore, or land subject to flooding, steeply sloping land, or rocky or highly permeable soil overlaying an unconfined aquifer (c) wastewater is not irrigated over an area which is within 50 metres of any residence on neighbouring land or 10 metres of any type of publicly owned land (d) wastewater is released using low trajectory low pressure sprinklers, drip irrigators or agricultural pipe, and is not sprayed more than 1.5 metres into the air or in fine droplets if there is a potential for the spread of diseases from the wastewater (e) stormwater run-off from areas which are contaminated with grape or grape products is drained to winery waste management systems during vintage periods (f) stormwater from roofs and clean hard paved surfaces is diverted away from winery waste management systems and disposed of in an environmentally sound manner or used for productive purposes.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council General Section Waste Management Facilities

Waste Management Facilities


OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 The orderly and economic development of waste management facilities in appropriate locations. Minimisation of human and environmental health impacts from the location and operation of waste management facilities. Protection of waste management facilities from incompatible development.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


1 Waste management facilities should be located and designed to minimise adverse impacts on both the site and surrounding areas from the generation of surface water and groundwater pollution, traffic, noise, odours, dust, vermin, weeds, litter, gas and visual impact. Waste management facilities in the form of land fill and organic processing facilities should not be located in existing or future township, living, residential, centre, office, business, institutional or environmental protection, conservation, landscape, water protection and open space areas. Waste management facilities should not be located where access to the facility requires, or is likely to involve, the use of non-arterial roads in adjacent residential areas. Waste management facilities should be appropriately separated from sensitive land uses and environmentally-sensitive areas. The separation distance between the waste operations area and sensitive uses should be incorporated within the development site as illustrated in the figure below. The waste operations area includes all closed, operating and future cells.

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Only land uses and activities that are compatible with both a waste management facility and any adjacent land uses may be located within the separation distance. Separation and/or noise attenuation should be used to ensure noise generation associated with the waste management operation does not unreasonably interfere with the amenity of sensitive land uses. Sufficient area should be provided within the waste operations area for the:

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(a) maximum expected volume of material on the site at any one time (b) containment of potential groundwater and surface water contaminants (c) diversion of clean stormwater away from the waste and potentially-contaminated areas. 8 9 10 Processing facilities and operational areas should be screened from public view. Waste management sites should be accessed by appropriately constructed and maintained roads. Traffic circulation movements within any waste management site should: (a) be of a dimension and constructed to support all vehicles transporting waste (b) enable all vehicles to enter and exit the site in a forward direction. 11 12 Suitable access for emergency vehicles should be provided to and within waste management site. Chain wire mesh or pre-coated painted metal fencing to a minimum height of 2 metres should be erected on the perimeter of a waste management facility site to prevent access other than at entry points. Plant, equipment or activities that could cause a potential hazard to the public should be enclosed by a security fence. Litter control measures that minimise the incidence of wind blown litter should be provided. The waste operations area of a landfill or organic waste processing facility should be sited at least: (a) 3 kilometres from an airfield used by commercial aircraft to minimise the risk of bird strikes to aircraft (b) 500 metres from: (i) (ii) the boundaries of the allotment the nearest dwelling, shop, office, public institution or other building designed primarily for human occupation in the case of an organic waste processing facility for the composting of waste

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(c) 250 metres from a public open space reserve, forest reserve, national park, conservation zone or policy area (d) 100 metres from: (i) (ii) 16 the nearest surface water (whether permanent or intermittent) a 1 in 100 year average return interval flood event area.

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(c) where the interface of the engineered landfill liner and natural soils would be within any of the following: (i) (ii) 15 metres of unconfined aquifers bearing groundwater with less than 3000 mg/L total dissolved salts 5 metres of groundwater with a water quality of 3000 to 12 000 mg/L total dissolved salts

(iii) 2 metres of groundwater with a water quality of greater than 12 000 mg/L total dissolved salts. 18 19 Where required, a leachate barrier should be provided between the operational areas and underlying soil and groundwater. Landfill activities that have a total storage capacity exceeding 230 000 cubic metres should make sustainable use of landfill gas emissions. For smaller landfill activities, if the sustainable use of the landfill gas emissions is not practical or feasible, flaring should be used to avoid gases being vented directly to the air.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section

Zone Section

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Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section Bulk Handling Zone

Bulk Handling Zone


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 A zone in which agricultural and other commodities are received, stored and dispatched in bulk. Buildings and structures screened from adjoining areas by landscaping, using locally indigenous plant species where possible. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

DESIRED CHARACTER
Function The Bulk Handling Zone affects land utilised for the purpose of bulk handling, storage and transportation of agricultural and other commodities and are an essential component of the rural economy. The country townships of Saddleworth and Tarlee contain essential infrastructure for the storage, handling and transportation of agricultural and other commodities that needs to be protected from encroachment by incompatible development or activities that may affect their continued operations. Value-adding enterprises that attract employment and economic development to the district will be developed in conjunction with the bulk handling activities within the Zone. Pattern of Development Development within the Bulk Handling Zone, including ancillary structures and value-adding enterprises will be based around an efficient vehicle circulation pattern. Further development of the Tarlee silo site will be limited due to small land holdings and adjacent land uses. However, the Saddleworth site provides an opportunity to develop this facility into a strategic site for the grain growers within the Council area and surrounding districts. Public Realm Streets and roads surrounding the Bulk Handling Zone will be maintained to a standard appropriate for heavy vehicles. Views of silos, particularly from adjoining public roads and key vantage points are valuable symbols of the agricultural economy and country township life. Views of these local landmarks will be maintained, particularly from key vantage points and from the approaches to Saddleworth and Tarlee.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the zone: 2 3 bulk handling and storage facilities office and workers amenities (operating as an adjunct to a bulk handling use of the site) road transport terminal value-adding industries associated with bulk commodities.

Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan. Development unrelated to facilities associated with the reception, storage and dispatch of agricultural and other commodities in bulk, or value-adding industries processing such commodities, should not occur. 97
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Development should not impede the on-going operation of facilities associated with the handling and storage of bulk commodities.

Form and Character


5 6 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. Development associated with the handling and storage of bulk commodities, or value-adding processing, should be undertaken in a manner that minimises adverse off-site impacts on sensitive land uses.

PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Amusement machine centre Bulky goods outlet Community centre Consulting room Dwelling Educational establishment Fuel depot Horticulture Hospital Hotel Industry Intensive animal keeping Motel Motor repair station Nursing home Petrol filling station Place of worship Pre-school Shop Service trade premises Exceptions

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Form of Development Stock slaughter works Special industry Tourist accommodation Waste reception, storage, treatment or disposal Wrecking yard

Exceptions

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008. Further, the following forms of development (except where the development is classified as non-complying) are designated: Category 1 Category 2 Bulk handling and storage facilities

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Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section Caravan and Tourist Park Zone

Caravan and Tourist Park Zone


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 A zone primarily for short-term tourist accommodation and associated facilities. A zone accommodating a range of short-term tourist accommodation predominantly in the form of caravan and camping sites and cabins surrounded by open landscaped areas. Development that is designed to enhance the natural features of the local environment, including visual amenity, landforms, fauna and flora. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

DESIRED CHARACTER
This zone primarily accommodates a range of tourist accommodation uses, including camping sites, caravans and cabins. Dwellings and long-term accommodation will not lead to the displacement of existing tourist accommodation in high demand locations. Development of the Clare caravan park should not extend beyond the current boundaries. Buildings will be single storey and blend in with the natural environment. In rural and natural landscapes, the visual impact of the park will be minimal from scenic vantage points, public lookouts and tourist routes. Vegetation buffers and landscaping will be important in integrating the park into the landscape and providing screening from surrounding land uses, as well as reducing visual and noise impacts and providing privacy for park users. Circulation and movement within the park will be pedestrian friendly and promote low speed vehicle movement.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the zone: amenity blocks, including showers, toilet and laundry facilities caravan park caravans cabins camping grounds recreation area tourist park.

Form and Character


2 3 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. A minimum of 12.5 per cent of the site should comprise communal open space, landscaped areas and recreation areas.

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Permanent buildings should be limited to a dwelling (managers house), shop, restaurant, community or recreational facility and toilets/amenities. Recreation facilities should be provided of a scale that is suitable to maintain the open natural character of the area and ancillary to the primary role and function of the park. The total number of tourist accommodation sites in the park should be at least 60 per cent of the total number of sites available. Every caravan, cabin and dwelling site should be greater than 81 square metres in area. Development of the Caravan Park at Clare should be in sympathy to the rural environment and consist of small scale, low rise buildings and should not extend beyond the current boundaries.

Car Parking and Access


9 Every caravan, cabin or dwelling site should have parking for at least one vehicle, either located on the site or grouped within the park.

Street and Boundary Setbacks


10 Every dwelling, annex or caravan fixed to land should be set back a minimum of: (a) 1 metre from an internal road (b) 6 metres from a public road (c) 2 metres from the boundary of the caravan park or camping ground.

Natural Hazards
11 In areas prone to flooding, bushfire or other natural hazards, buildings and structures (including annexes attached to caravans or caravans fixed to land) should be designed and constructed so that they can be removed in the event of a hazard.

Land Division
12 No additional allotments should be created wholly or partly within the zone.

PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Amusement machine centre Bus depot Cemetery Commercial forestry Exceptions

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Form of Development Community centre Consulting room Crematorium Dairy Dam Detached dwelling Educational establishment Farming Fuel depot Horse keeping Horticulture Hospital Hotel Indoor recreation centre Industry Intensive animal keeping Land division Marina Motor repair station Nursing home Office Petrol filling station Place of worship Pre-school Prescribed mining operations Public service depot Restaurant

Exceptions Except where in association with and ancillary to tourist accommodation.

Except a caretakers dwelling.

Except where in association with and ancillary to tourist accommodation.

Except where no additional allotments are created wholly or partly within the zone.

Except where in association with and ancillary to tourist accommodation.

Except where: (a) less than 150 square metres in gross floor area (b) in association with and ancillary to tourist accommodation.

Road transport terminal Service trade premises

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Form of Development Shop or group of shops

Exceptions Except where: (a) less than 150 square metres in gross floor area (b) in association with and ancillary to tourist accommodation.

Stadium Stock sales yard Stock slaughter works Store Warehouse Waste reception, storage, treatment or disposal Wrecking yard

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008. Further, the following forms of development (except where the development is classified as non-complying) are designated: Category 1 Caravan park Category 2

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Commercial Zone
Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 A zone accommodating a range of commercial and business land uses. Development that minimises any adverse impacts upon the amenity of the locality within the zone. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

DESIRED CHARACTER
This zone within the township of Clare provides scope for commercial activities on the fringe of the District Town Centre Zone. Opportunities exist for further development of under-utilized and vacant sites. The zone at Riverton with frontage to the towns main road has the potential to accommodate anticipated large-scale commercial activities in the township in the future. Extensive landscaping should be undertaken around the zone to improve its appearance and screen buildings from the road.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the zone: 2 3 4 bulky goods outlet consulting room motor vehicle related business other than wrecking yard office petrol filling station service trade premises shop with a gross leasable area less than 250 square metres store warehouse.

Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan. Retail development in the zone should not hinder the development or function of any centre zone. Shops, other than a bulky goods outlet, should have a gross leasable area less than 250 square metres.

Form and Character


5 6 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. Existing vegetation, including trees along Lennon Street, Clare should be retained.

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Land Division
7 Land division should create allotments that vary in size and are suitable for a variety of commercial activities and should have: (a) an area of not less than 500 square metres (b) an average width of at least 15 metres

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Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section Commercial Zone East Terrace Policy Area 1

East Terrace Policy Area 1


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this policy area.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 Continuation of winery activities and the establishment of other industrial activities compatible with the wineries. Provision for the accommodation of winery visitors and conservation and enhancement of the Hutt River watercourse. Development that contributes to the desired character of the policy area.

DESIRED CHARACTER
This policy area contains existing winery infrastructure and provides an opportunity for the continuation of those winery activities including the establishment of other industrial activities that are compatible with winery operations. In addition the policy area contains a portion of the Hutt River that flows in a north-south direction through Clare providing an opportunity for the conservation and enhancement of the existing watercourse whilst also providing tourist accommodation for winery visitors.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the policy area: 2 3 winery activities industrial activity compatible with winery activities.

Development should provide for the retention of the Hutt River and associated vegetation as open space. Development which would be liable to cause any risk to public health or loss of amenity or pollution of the Hut River should not be undertaken.

Form and Character


4 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the policy area.

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PROCEDURAL MATTERS Complying Development


Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Amusement Machine Centre in the East Terrace Policy Area 1 Dairy Dwelling Educational establishment Farm building Farming Fuel depot General industry Horticulture Hospital Indoor recreation centre in the East Terrace Policy Area 1 Intensive animal keeping Nursing home Place of worship Pre-school Prescribed mining operations Road transport terminal Service trade premises in the East Terrace Policy Area 1 Shop or group of shops Except where it achieves one of the following: (a) the gross leasable area is less than 250 square metres (b) the shop is a bulky goods outlet. Except a caretakers dwelling ancillary and in association with a commercial use. Exceptions

Special industry Stadium Stock sales yard Stock slaughter works

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Form of Development Waste reception, storage, treatment, or disposal Winery Wrecking yard

Exceptions

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section Deferred Urban Zone

Deferred Urban Zone


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 A zone accommodating a restricted range of rural uses that are not prejudicial to development of the land for urban purposes and maintain the rural appearance of the zone. A zone comprising land to be used primarily for broad-acre cropping and grazing purposes until required for future urban expansion. Prevention of development likely to be incompatible with long-term urban development, or likely to be detrimental to the orderly and efficient servicing and conversion of the land for urban use. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

DESIRED CHARACTER
The zone incorporates land on the north western fringe of the township of Clare and the southern fringe of the township of Riverton; enabling future infrastructure requirements to be planned for in advance of need to ensure a compact and economic urban expansion. In the interim it is desirable that the zone is retained for agricultural purposes and that development incompatible with future residential development of the land concerned should not be undertaken.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the zone: 2 3 broad-acre cropping grazing horticulture.

Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan. Development should not be undertaken if it will be prejudicial to the orderly and economic development of future urban land uses within the zone.

Form and Character


4 5 6 7 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. Development to the south of Blyth Road, Clare should facilitate the rationalization of the existing allotment pattern. There should be no direct access from allotments onto Blyth Road, Clare. Detached dwellings should be located at least 25 metres from the boundary of an Industry Zone.

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Land Division
8 9 Land division should not occur unless it is in the form of an alteration to the boundaries of an allotment and no additional allotments are created in the zone. The alteration of allotment boundaries should only occur in order to achieve one or more of the following: (a) correct an anomaly in the placement of allotment boundaries with respect to the location of existing buildings or structures (b) improve the management of the land for the purpose of primary production (c) enable the provision of public infrastructure.

PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Advertisement Advertising hoarding Amusement machine centre Caravan park Commercial forestry Community centre Consulting room Crematorium Dairy Dwelling Educational establishment Fuel depot Golf course Horticulture Hospital Hotel Indoor recreation centre Except a detached dwelling that does not result in more than one dwelling on an allotment. Exceptions

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Form of Development Industry Intensive animal keeping Land division Motel Motor repair station Nursing home Office Petrol filling station Place of worship Pre-school Prescribed mining operations Road transport terminal Service trade premises Shop Stock sales yard Stock slaughter works Store Tourist accommodation Warehouse Waste reception, storage, treatment or disposal Wrecking yard

Exceptions

Except where no additional allotments are created partly or wholly within the zone.

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section District Town Centre Zone

District Town Centre Zone


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 A centre that accommodates a full range of retail facilities, offices, consulting rooms, and cultural, community, public administration, entertainment, educational, religious and residential facilities to serve the community and visitors within the surrounding district. Development of a visually and functionally cohesive and integrated district town centre. A zone developed in accord with the following: (a) retention of and encouragement of retail development along Main North Road, Old North Road and Union Street as the main retail core of the District Town Centre. (b) containment of business activities to the south side of Harriot Street and provision for further expansion through comprehensive redevelopment. (c) development of the area generally fronting Strickland Street and Daly Street for small scale retail development to support business activities and offices and consulting rooms at the residential interface. (d) the promotion and development of shared use, off-street car parking areas and service access arrangements. 4 5 A centre accommodating medium density residential development in conjunction with non-residential development. Retention and preservation of the existing attractive historical character, in particular the verandah facades along the Main North Road and Old North Road, and the several old buildings of historical significance including the old Town Hall, Court House, ANZ Bank, Employment Directions and the National Bank. Maintenance of the Hutt River and its banks as a linear open space to minimise the potential of flooding. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

2 3

6 7

DESIRED CHARACTER
The Clare Centre is an important centre providing regional services, a wide range of retail and business outlets, administration, community and education facilities, civil functions and tourist accommodation. Main North Road also acts as the major town thoroughfare linking Adelaide and the Barossa Valley to northern Mid North regions and the Flinders Ranges, and is subject to heavy vehicle movements. Development should be compatible in scale and style with the existing built form and the several buildings of heritage significance. Redevelopment of streetscape elements are encouraged to soften the built form, decrease pedestrian/vehicle conflict, enhance the character of the main street and provide a sense of arrival for visitors to Clare. Opportunities exist to improve the appearance and amenity of the District Town Centre, especially along Main North Road, by appropriate landscaping, brick paved pedestrian footpaths and walkways and landscaped off-street car-parking areas. In addition any development along the Main North Road should incorporate a variety of styles whilst retaining an overall continuity of facade, building height, scale, and verandahs, on private land. 112
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Urban development needs to be sensitive to the historic and traditional building facades and fabric and maintain the sense of scale and rhythm of development. Development of land between Main North Road and Old North Road should provide improved service and parking arrangements whilst improving the appearance of the Old North Road frontage. Minor development opportunities exist within the boundaries of the District Town Centre Zone on underdeveloped sites or various properties used for residential purposes. Retail and commercial activities should be constrained within the zone boundary and adjacent commercial zone, thereby preventing the creep of inappropriate non-residential uses into adjacent residential streets. Rationalization of existing allotments also provides opportunities to provide more efficient use of land as well as better development within the zone.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the zone: 2 3 bank child care centre civic centre consulting room discount department store dwelling in conjunction with non-residential development educational establishment emergency services facility entertainment facility health facility hospital hotel indoor games centre library motor repair station office place of worship playing field pre-school primary school residential flat building in conjunction with non-residential development restaurant shop supermarket swimming pool.

Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan. Medium density residential development comprising a variety of residential and non-residential uses may be undertaken provided such development does not prejudice the operation of existing or future retail activity within the zone.

Form and Character


4 5 6 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. Development should be designed and sited to promote linkages between the various developments within the centre and adjoining main roads. Facilities within the centre should be located and designed with a view to promoting after-hours use to reinforce the centre as the focus of social activity in the district. 113
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Dwellings should be located only behind or above non-residential uses on the same allotment. Development should not impair the amenity, or drainage function, of the Hutt River. The area between Burton Street, Strickland Street, and Temple Road, should be developed with small scale commercial activities appropriate in the town centre and compatible with the adjacent residential zone.

Carparking
10 11 Undercroft or semi-basement car parking areas should not project above natural or finished ground level by more than 5 metres. Development of shared and consolidated car parking facilities may be appropriate in some circumstances.

Land Division
12 Land division in the zone is appropriate provided new allotments are of a size and configuration to ensure the objectives of the zone can be achieved.

PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Caravan park Dwelling Fuel depot Horticulture Industry Major public service depot Road transport terminal Stadium Stock sales yard Stock slaughter works Waste reception, storage, treatment or disposal Wrecking yard Except for service industry. Except where in conjunction with a non-residential development. Exceptions

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section Industry Zone

Industry Zone
Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 A zone primarily accommodating a wide range of industrial, warehouse, storage and transport land uses on various allotment sizes. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

DESIRED CHARACTER
The zone accommodates the primary industrial areas for the townships of Clare, Riverton and Saddleworth. The zone at Clare covers two areas on the north and east fringes of the town. The northern site is characterised by a wide range of commercial and industrial activities with many established businesses along the main road frontage. The area has a residential interface along the southern portion of the zone. The zone also abuts a prominent ridgeline (western boundary) where no development should proceed in close proximity to the ridgeline. A landscape buffer should be established along the western periphery of the zone. The area should accommodate a range of light industrial, commercial and business activities including manufacturing, warehousing and distribution. Development with no or little off-site impacts should be located at the residential interface. Potential exists for new development and should be designed to ensure the character of the area is enhanced via use of high quality materials, landscaping and design. The eastern site is located along the Farrell Flat Road. It provides further opportunities for light industrial business on under-utilised or vacant allotments. Development on the area to the north of Farrell Flat Road should be kept clear of the creek. At Riverton some light industry/warehousing activity does exist at the end of Mill Street along Railway Terrace, but this area cannot be expanded to meet the demand for industrial land in future due to the constraints on its expansion imposed by the railway and the river. An area to the south of the ETSA depot situated along the highway from Adelaide, and comprises Part Section 523 will cater for future industry. In view of its location, extensive landscaping should be undertaken to improve its appearance and to screen the new development from the nearby residents and visitors to the town from the south At Saddleworth there is some industrial development on Belvedere Road to the west of the railway. However, due to certain obvious constraints this area cannot be expanded to meet the future demand for industrial land. Some industrial activity also exists in the south, along the Saddleworth to Marrabel Road, which should be extended to consolidate the industrial activity in Saddleworth. A town the size of Saddleworth should set aside a specific area for light industrial and large-scale commercial development, rather than permit such development to occur in a haphazard manner throughout the township. Although some industrial activity exists in the zone, care needs to be taken to ensure that extensive landscaping is undertaken around the zone to improve its appearance and help screen future buildings and structures from view of the passers-by and the adjoining development.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
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Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan.

Form and Character


3 4 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. There should be no retail or office development unless: (a) associated with the industrial activity, and (b) does not exceed 25 percent of the total floor area of the related activity 5 6 No dwelling other than caretakers' quarters should be erected. Development adjacent to the Deferred Urban Zone and the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 should incorporate a landscaped buffer at a minimum of 25 metres in width from the zone boundary. Development should be set back at least 8 metres from any road frontage, except where fronting a road identified in Table CGV/1- Building Setbacks from Road Boundaries or on Overlay Maps - Transport, where an increased setback may be required to minimise the visual impact of development. In areas where a uniform street setback pattern has not been established, buildings should be set back in accordance with the following criteria (subject to adequate provision of car parking spaces and landscaping between buildings and the road): (a) buildings up to a height of 6 metres should be sited at least 8 metres from the primary street alignment (b) buildings exceeding a height of 6 metres should be sited at least 10 metres from the primary street alignment (c) where an allotment has two street frontages, no building should be erected within 3 metres of the secondary street alignment. 9 10 Building facades facing land zoned for residential purposes should not contain openings or entrance ways that would result in the transmission of noise that would adversely affect the residential amenity. Any external plant and equipment (including a chimney stack or air-conditioning plant) should be sited as far as possible from adjoining non-industrially zoned allotments, and should be designed to minimise its effect on the amenity of the locality. Advertisements and advertising hoardings should not include any of the following: (a) flashing or animated signs (b) bunting, streamers, flags, or wind vanes (c) roof-mounted advertisements projected above the roofline (d) parapet-mounted advertisements projecting above the top of the parapet. 12 Landscaping within a site should be provided so that: (a) not less than 10 per cent of the site should be developed as landscaping (b) a landscaped set-back area at least 3 metres in width is located along boundaries with any road or reserve and at least 2 metres wide at the rear of the site where it adjoins a zone boundary

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(c) it is located along at least 50 per cent of the street alignment. 13 Car parking areas between a building and a street should be set-back a minimum of 3 metres from the primary street boundary with a landscape strip planted with trees and shrubs incorporated within that set-back. Buildings and structures should not exceed 50 per cent site coverage to enable sufficient area for access, parking, landscaping and services.

14

Land Division
15 Land division should create allotments that: (a) are of a size and shape suitable for the intended use (b) have an area of not less than 1500 square metres, unless intended for a specific purpose consistent with the zone provisions and for which a lesser site area requirement can be demonstrated (c) have a frontage to a public road of at least 25 metres. 16 There should be no additional allotments created with direct access onto the Main North Road.

PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Amusement machine centre Community centre Consulting room Dwelling Except where it is: (a) ancillary to industrial development (b) located on the same allotment. Except where it is: (a) ancillary to and in association with industrial development (b) located on the same allotment. Exceptions

Educational establishment

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Form of Development Nursing home Office

Exceptions

Except where it is: (a) ancillary to and in association with industrial development (b) located on the same allotment.

Pre-school Place of worship Prescribed mining operation Shop or group of shops Stadium Special industry Stock slaughter works Tourist accommodation Viticulture Except where the gross leasable area is less than 80 square metres.

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Primary Production Zone


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Economically productive, efficient and environmentally sustainable primary production, including cropping, grazing, viticulture and intensive animal keeping. Allotments of a size and configuration that promote the efficient use of land for primary production. Protection of primary production from encroachment by incompatible land uses and protection of scenic qualities of rural landscapes. Maintenance and enhancement of tourist facilities, scenic routes and attractions, and historic features, including Bungaree, Hill River homestead, Martindale Hall and Kadlunga homestead. Preservation of the natural landscape as characterized by steep north south ridgelines, broad valley floors and undulating hills. Wind farms and ancillary development located in the zone, accepting that they may need to be sited in visually prominent locations to take advantage of natural resources such as wind. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

DESIRED CHARACTER
The role of the zone is to accommodate cropping and grazing activities on large rural land holdings and viticulture on small to medium sized allotments. The rural area is predominantly characterized by rolling pastures with stands of remnant vegetation with a variety of agricultural activities. The zone is of significant asset to the district and comprises of some of the regions most productive rural land which is capable of supporting a wide range of agriculture. Accordingly, it is desirable that no further fragmentation of rural properties be limited and that smaller properties be consolidated into larger holdings. Efforts should be made to revegetate the landscape in many parts of the zone with trees using locally indigenous species. The landscape of the Clare Valley contrasts greatly with the surrounding district. The steep sided valley with gently undulating floor is dominated by the Hutt River which meanders through the locality from south to north. The heavily vegetated ridges and hill tops provide an attractive rural setting for the town of Clare whilst the several small settlements located along the valley floor have historical significance in terms of the agricultural and viticultural development of the district. North of the town of Clare the valley opens out to broad fertile plain and undulating hillsides. The Skilly Hills to the west of the Clare Valley are of particular scenic importance, containing extensive stands of dense native vegetation, interspersed with vineyards and wineries. The Spring Gully Conservation Park contains extensive areas of native vegetation including a rare stand of Stringy Red Bark. In marked contrast the landscape to the east of the Clare valley is open, sparsely vegetated, grazing land. Many of the old homesteads, small settlements and churches reflect the historical development of the district. In particular the small settlement of Mintaro, established to service the Burra to Port Wakefield bullock trail and the slate quarry, has retained much of its nineteenth century character. Other historic landmarks include Bungaree, Hill River Station, Martindale Hall, and Sevenhill. The character of the rural area of the Gilbert Valley is derived from the large broadacre farming holdings for cereal crops, grazing and livestock. Significant pockets of native vegetation still remain throughout the district and along road reserves. The southern area of the Council lies almost wholly within the fertile Gilbert Valley, characterized by the Gilbert River which meets the Light River.

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Where the two valleys meet the land is used for agricultural production and the grazing of stock on relatively large land holdings. The pattern of occupation with homesteads, ancillary buildings, and paddocks enclosing crops and livestock dominate the environment and firmly establish an open, rural appearance. Viticultural activity is concentrated along the Wakefield River and Eyre Creek. The headwaters of the Light River are also located in the district. The climate, soil and landform characteristics of this zone favour the continuance of agricultural production and livestock grazing and it is desirable not only that these activities continue, but also that good land management techniques be continued to control proclaimed pest plants, vermin and soil erosion. Little intensification of the present extent of settlement is warranted. In many ways, a proliferation of intensive development and occupation of the zone would threaten its proper function and render the rural landscape susceptible to competing demands and undesirable change. To maintain the agricultural importance and stability of the zone, it is vital that the size of the land holdings is not significantly reduced, or densities increased, and that future pressures for development in the zone will not result in the conversion of agricultural land to less productive uses. Wind farms and ancillary development are an envisaged form of development within the zone. Such facilities may be of a large scale, comprise a number of components and require an extended and/or dispersed development pattern. These facilities will need to be located in areas where they can take advantage of the natural resource upon which they rely and, as a consequence, may be located in visually prominent locations.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the zone: 2 3 bulk handling and storage facility commercial forestry dairy farming farming horticulture intensive animal keeping tourist accommodation (including through the diversification of existing farming activities and conversion of farm buildings) wind farms and ancillary development.

Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan. Wind farms and ancillary development should be located in areas which provide the opportunity to harvest the wind resource for the efficient generation of electricity and as result it is appropriate for such development to be located: (a) in visually prominent locations in the landscape (b) close to roads and not to be subject to the setback requirements of other forms of development.

Industry and warehousing should only be developed if it supports primary production, processing, storage and distribution of local primary produce or products produced on the same site, and should be developed where: (a) it has a direct relationship with primary production (b) it is unlikely to limit or inhibit the use of adjoining land for primary production (c) the particular use requires a site in proximity to a particular natural resource or other product or materials sourced from the locality

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(d) it will not result in the alienation of land or water resources identified as significant for primary production or ecological reasons (e) the use would be inappropriate within a township 5 A shop should be: (a) ancillary to primary production or processing uses, or tourist accommodation or other tourist development (b) located on the same site as the primary use. 6 Buildings, other than where required to facilitate wind farms and ancillary development, should primarily be limited to farm buildings, a detached dwelling associated with primary production or a tourist related use on the allotment and residential outbuildings that are: (a) grouped together on the allotment and set back from allotment boundaries to minimise the visual impact of buildings on the landscape as viewed from public roads (b) screened from public roads and adjacent land by existing vegetation or landscaped buffers. 7 Tourist accommodation should not be converted to dwellings and should be designed to preclude the conversion of buildings into dwellings such as through shared facilities, common utility services, grouped accommodation and/or shared parking. A dwelling should only be developed if: (a) there is a demonstrated connection with farming or other primary production (b) the location of the dwelling will not inhibit the continuation of farming, other primary production or other development that is in keeping with the provisions of the zone (c) it is located more than 500 metres from an existing intensive animal keeping operation unless used in association with that activity (d) it does not result in more than one dwelling per allotment.

Form and Character


9 10 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. Development should not occur within 500 metres of a National Park, Conservation Park, Wilderness Protection Area or significant stands of native vegetation if it will increase the potential for, or result in, the spread of pest plants. Development which would remove productive land from agriculture, or diminish its overall productivity for primary production should not be undertaken, unless the land is required for essential public purposes or the processing of organic waste.

11

Heritage
12 Development surrounding Mintaro State Heritage Area should be designed and sited so as to minimise the impact of development on the heritage significance of Mintaro.

Land Division
13 For land not within a policy area, land division, including boundary realignments, should only occur where it will promote economically productive, efficient and sustainable primary production and not create any allotment less than 40 hectares in area.

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Land division involving boundary realignments should only occur where the number of resulting allotments of less than 40 hectares is not greater than the number that existed prior to the realignment. Land should not be divided except where a separate allotment is created of between one and five hectares in area to contain a habitable dwelling erected before 1 December 1972 where the balance allotment is in excess of 40 hectares. Dwellings should be situated at least 50.0 metres from any site boundary within the zone to establish a visual buffer between development.

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Horticulture Policy Area 2


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this policy area.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 A policy area primarily for horticulture and in particular, the retention and expansion of viticulture and other agricultural production in an environmentally sustainable manner. The establishment of appropriately scaled industries for washing, processing and packaging primary produce, and servicing and supporting horticulture. Encouragement of the establishment of appropriately scaled value added industries to utilize local rural production, including the establishment of niche market products, within suitable areas of minimal landscape intrusion and environmental impact. Achieve a clear edge separation from township development through buffer areas of compatible rural activities. Preservation and enhancement of the attractive appearance of the zone as viewed from scenic routes. Wind farms and ancillary development located in the policy area, accepting that they may need to be sited in visually prominent locations to harvest the wind resource. Retention and protection of the historic homestead of Inchiquin at Clare, and its surrounding grounds and outbuildings. Development that contributes to the desired character of the policy area.

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DESIRED CHARACTER
The policy area benefits from a beautiful landscape of viticultural and agricultural uses which provides the backdrop for tourism, wineries and rural production. It is characterised by a unique combination of soils, climate and landscape, with attraction of visitors and tourists to the many wineries and associated vineyards, other local products and the picturesque scenery. The combination of rich soils, high rainfall and ideal ripening conditions makes the Clare Valley a premium wine production area. The policy area extends from Stanley Flat in the north to Auburn in the south and includes the valley floor (excluding the townships of Clare, Penwortham, Sevenhill and Watervale) and outer lying areas to the east and west between the north/south ranges, including the heavily vegetated ridges and hilltops, the Skilly Hills and Spring Gully Conservation Park. Sound land management practices and reinforcement of viable productive land uses, in preference to further fragmentation of land holdings is encouraged. Development which would remove productive land from agriculture, or diminish its overall productivity for primary production should not be undertaken, unless the land is required for essential public purposes or the processing of organic waste. The policy area should be encouraged to develop further as a vineyard and agricultural area. The provisions encourage the retention of the current rural character, native vegetation and sustainable development with land capable of managing agricultural production. Tourist accommodation in the form of Bed & Breakfast and Farm Stay accommodation is encouraged within appropriate locations. Wind farms and ancillary development are an envisaged form of development within the policy area. Such facilities may be of a large scale, comprise a number of components and require an extended and/or dispersed development pattern. These facilities will need to be located in areas where they can take advantage of the natural resource upon which they rely and, as a consequence, may be located in visually prominent locations.

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PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are considered appropriate in locations where there will be minimal landscape intrusion and environmental impact in the policy area: 2 appropriately scaled value added' activities related to local produce and supporting local agricultural markets farming horticulture light industry and service industry associated with the processing, packaging and distribution of produce small-scale tourist development in association with wineries, farms and local heritage places wind farms and ancillary development.

Wind farms and ancillary development should be located in areas which provide the opportunity to harvest the wind resource for the efficient generation of electricity and as result it is appropriate for such development to be located: (a) in visually prominent locations in the landscape (b) close to roads and not to be subject to the setback requirements of other forms of development.

Retail sales of goods produced and processed within the Primary Production Horticulture Policy Area are appropriate providing such sales remain ancillary and incidental to the principal horticultural, farming or processing use of the land. Commercial development should be limited to the handling, storage, packing or wholesaling of primary produce and non-residential tourism in the Clare Valley. Retail business and commercial developments should not be located in this area unless they are related to tourist orientated accommodation, recreational establishments, or are agriculturally linked and add value to local produce, and comply with the relevant provisions for the policy area. Dwellings and other buildings which could reasonably be used for habitation should not be located within 25.0 metres of the adjacent Industry Zone.

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Form and Character


7 8 9 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the policy area. Development which would adversely affect the amenity of the historic homestead of Inchiquin and its setting should not be undertaken. Development which would result in the pollution of, or otherwise adversely affect, the Hutt and Wakefield River should not be undertaken.

Land Division
10 Land division should not result in allotments of less than 16 hectares, unless to create a separate allotment between one and five hectares in area to contain a habitable dwelling erected before 1 December 1972 where the balance of the allotment is in excess of 16 hectares The division of land to facilitate more intensive forms of primary production should only be undertaken where: (a) water of sufficient quantity and quality is available to sustain the proposed use

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(b) the soil structure and land capability classification is appropriate for irrigated horticulture (c) adverse impacts on downstream property owners, in terms of water flow and discharge of pollutants, can be avoided (d) there will not be a risk of the watertable either falling or rising significantly.

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PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Advertisement and/or advertising hoarding Exceptions Advertisement and/or advertising hoarding where the development achieves at least one of (a) or (b): (a) is adjacent to a road with a speed limit of less than 80 km/h (b) has an advertisement area of 2 square metres or less and achieves all of the following: (i) the message contained thereon relates entirely to a lawful use of land (ii) the advertisement is erected on the same allotment as the use it seeks to advertise (iii) the advertisement will not result in more than two advertisements on the allotment.

Community centre Consulting room Convention centre Dwelling where it is located within the Horticulture Policy Area 2 Except for a detached dwelling that will not result in more than one dwelling on the allotment and where either of the following applies: (a) the allotment existed prior to 1 January 1996 (b) on an allotment of at least 16 hectares Except for a detached dwelling that will not result in more than one dwelling on the allotment and where either of the following applies: (a) the allotment existed prior to 1 January 1996 (b) on an allotment of at least 40 hectares

Dwelling where it is located outside the Horticulture Policy Area 2

Educational establishment Fuel depot Golf course Horticulture involving the growing of olives Except where the location for the growing of olives achieves (a) and (b): (a) at least 500 metres from all of the following: (i) a National Park (ii) a Conservation Park (iii) a Wilderness Protection Area (iv) the edge of a substantially intact stratum of native vegetation greater than 5 hectares in area (b) 50 metres from the edge of a substantially intact stratum of native vegetation 5 hectares or less in area.

Hospital Hotel

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Form of Development Intensive animal keeping in the Horticulture Policy Area 2 Indoor recreation centre Land division

Exceptions

Except where it achieves any of the following: (a) all allotments resulting from the division are at least 40 hectares (b) where a separate allotment is created of between 1 and 5 hectares in area to contain a habitable dwelling erected before 1 December 1972 where the area of the balance allotment is in excess of 40 hectares. Except where it achieves any of the following: (a) it is within the Horticulture Policy Area 2 and all allotments resulting from the division are at least 16 hectares. (b) where a separate allotment is created of between 1 and 5 hectares in area to contain a habitable dwelling erected before 1 December 1972 where the area of the balance allotment is in excess of 16 hectares.

Land division within Horticulture Policy Area 2

Motor repair station Motor showroom Nursing home Office Petrol filling station Place of worship Pre-school Primary school Road transport terminal in the Horticulture Policy Area 2 Service trade premises Shop or group of shops Except where both of the following are achieved: (a) ancillary to and in association with primary production or tourism development (b) the gross leasable area is less than 80 square metres. Except where both of the following are achieved: (a) ancillary to and in association with horticulture or (b) the gross leasable area is less than 150 square metres Except where ancillary to and in association with primary production or tourism development

Shop or group of shops in the Horticulture Policy Area 2 Stadium Stock slaughter works in the Horticulture Policy Area 2

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Form of Development Store within the Horticulture Policy Area 2

Exceptions Except where one of the following apply: (a) an extension to an existing store associated with an existing winery (b) store ancillary to an existing winery on the same allotment (c) a store ancillary to an existing habitable dwelling with a total floor area not exceeding 100 square metres on an allotment of 16 hectares or greater.

Warehouse Waste reception, storage, treatment or disposal within the Horticulture Policy Area 2 Wrecking yard

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008. Further, the following forms of development (except where the development is non-complying) are designated: Category 1 Category 2 Wind farms or wind monitoring masts, and ancillary development such as substations, maintenance sheds, access roads and connecting power-lines (including to the National Electricity Grid), where the base of any wind turbine is located 2 kilometres or more from the boundary of the Development Plan area or any of the following zones: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Caravan and Tourist Park Zone Residential Zone Rural Living Zone State Heritage Area (Mintaro) Township Zone.

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Recreation Zone
Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 4 A zone accommodating sporting, entertainment, cultural and recreational activities and associated spectator and administrative facilities. Development of integrated recreational areas and facilities that accommodate a range of activities accessible to the community. Buildings, facilities and carparks located and designed to blend in with existing or additional trees, vegetation and landscaping. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

DESIRED CHARACTER
This zone comprises key community, recreation and service facilities within the township of Clare and Riverton. The Clare and Riverton golf courses, schools and other community and district recreation facilities, including The Valleys Lifestyle Centre, are located within the zone. It is intended that these existing facilities be retained and utilized for recreation, sporting and community use. In addition there are also opportunities at the Clare Country Club to create separate allotments for community title and time share type tourist accommodation purposes.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the zone: 2 car parking clubrooms associated with sports facilities community centre community hall educational establishment entertainment, cultural and exhibition facilities golf course indoor and outdoor recreation facilities lighting for night use of facilities office associated with community or recreation facilities playground shops or groups of shops ancillary to recreation development showground sports grounds and associated facilities special event spectator and administrative facilities ancillary to recreation development swimming pool.

Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan.

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A shop or group of shops should only be developed in this zone where: (a) it is ancillary to recreation and sport development (b) the total gross leasable area is less than 80 square metres.

Form and Character


4 5 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. Strong thematic landscaping should be instituted on individual sites to improve the landscape, provide shade and shelter, create interest, provide habitat, retain existing native vegetation, use locally indigenous plant species in plantings where possible and define different activity areas. All car-parking areas should be shaded and screened with vegetation to improve the amenity of the zone.

Land Division
7 8 No additional allotments should be created wholly or partly within the zone, except for the subdivision of land contained in Certificate of Title 5217/239 (Lot 103 Deposit Plan 38673). Land division or the rearrangement of existing allotment boundaries should take place as part of a coordinated development scheme, or as a rationalisation of land holdings that is designed to allow more efficient and economic use of land consistent with the objectives for the zone.

PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Consulting room Crematorium Dwelling Fuel depot Horse keeping Horticulture Hospital Industry Intensive animal keeping Except for a caretakers dwelling ancillary to or in association with a recreational development. Exceptions

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Form of Development Land division

Exceptions Except for a land division where either of the following apply: (a) no additional allotments are created partly or wholly within the zone (b) the land contained in Certificate of Title 5217/239 (Lot 103 Deposit Plan) is subdivided.

Motel Motor repair station Nursing home Office Petrol filling station Place of worship Prescribed mining operations Public service depot Road transport terminal Service trade premises Shop or group of shops Stock sales yard Stock slaughter works Store Warehouse Waste reception, storage, treatment or disposal Wrecking yard

Except for additions or alterations to an existing motel.

Except where associated with community or recreation facilities.

Except where the gross leasable area is less than 80 square metres.

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Residential Zone
Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 A residential zone comprising a range of dwelling types, including a minimum of 15 per cent affordable housing, and community facilities in suitable areas. Increased dwelling densities in close proximity to centres, public transport routes and public open spaces. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

DESIRED CHARACTER
The zone promotes pleasant, safe and convenient environments for the residents of Clare, Riverton, Saddleworth and Auburn; supported by an appropriate range of recreation, education, community and aged care facilities. Clare This zone, which comprises the established residential areas of Clare, is intended to be the main location for a variety of residential development utilizing both existing underdeveloped allotments and pockets of undeveloped land to the south west and north-west of Clare. Development should maintain the attractive streetscape character of the residential areas, predominantly characterized by a variety of lot sizes with low density residential development, deep building set-backs and landscaped front garden areas. Riverton The existing subdivided areas in the immediate vicinity of the town core have largely been developed so that there is a demand for more residential land. This demand can be met in the south in an infill area lying between Horner and Davis Streets and other vacant allotments within the town core. Additional provision has also been made for future expansion of the town to the west. This new land in the west should be sufficient to accommodate anticipated growth for quite some time to come. Saddleworth Saddleworth has largely retained its pattern of low-density development and character which provide a reasonable living environment for its residents. The existing subdivided areas in the immediate vicinity of the town core have been largely developed and there is little demand for more residential land. However, the vacant allotments near the town core and the land set aside the primary school on the northern edge of the township, should cater for Saddleworths future living requirements. Auburn Auburn has largely retained its low-density development pattern and attractive character which provide a pleasant living environment for its residents. The western part of the town, being elevated, is more developed than the somewhat low-lying eastern part, which is further divided by the river and the railway. However, a large number of vacant blocks on both sides of the main road should be sufficient for anticipated residential growth, thus obviating the need for further physical expansion of the township. A small winery exists on Stanley Street and should continue with limited expansion being catered for, without affecting the residential amenity of the area. The residential area at Clare has traditionally developed at medium to low density, whilst Riverton, Saddleworth and Auburn have been at low density development. Generally large allotment sizes and low density development is expected to continue in the short to medium term. Opportunities exist within Clare and Riverton to provide further infill development on vacant allotments and to provide smaller allotment development in appropriate locations. It is likely that infill development will continue in the short term as

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familiarity with the concept of closer development becomes more acceptable. As pressure on urban services grows, the benefits of appropriate infill development will encourage further division and consolidation within residential areas. The amenity of residential areas is enhanced by a number of significant buildings, and this should be conserved as appropriate. Land designated as parklands should be maintained for such purposes and kept free of urban and residential development. With increased streetscape treatment, community interest and support for maintaining and enhancing the residential environment will be generated.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the zone: affordable housing domestic outbuilding in association with a dwelling domestic structure dwelling dwelling addition small scale non-residential uses that serve the local community, for example: child care facilities open space primary and secondary schools recreation areas supported accommodation.

2 3

Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan. Vacant or underutilised land should be developed in an efficient and co-ordinated manner to increase housing choice by providing dwellings at densities higher than, but compatible with adjoining residential development. Non-residential development such as shops, schools and consulting rooms should be of a nature and scale that: (a) serves the needs of the local community (b) is consistent with the character of the locality (c) does not detrimentally impact on the amenity of nearby residents.

The use and placement of outbuildings should be ancillary to and in association with a dwelling or dwellings.

Form and Character


6 7 8 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. Development in the vicinity of the Billygoat Hill escarpment at Clare should not detract from the visual amenity of the escarpment as viewed from the Main Road. Garages and carports facing the street (other than an access lane way) should be designed with a maximum width of 6 metres or 50 per cent of the allotment or building site frontage width, whichever is the lesser distance.

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Dwellings should be designed within the following parameters: Parameter Minimum setback from primary road frontage Value 8 metres 10 metres for primary and secondary arterial roads shown on Overlay Maps - Transport Minimum setback from secondary road frontage Minimum setback from side boundaries 3 metres 1 metre for one storey dwelling 4 metres for two storey dwelling Minimum setback from rear boundary 3 metres for one storey dwelling 6 metres for two storey dwelling Maximum site coverage Maximum building height (from natural ground level) Minimum area of private open space Minimum number of on site car parking spaces (One of which should be covered) 50 per cent 7 metres or 2 storeys whichever is lesser 60 square metres with a minimum depth of 4 metres 2

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Sheds, garages and similar outbuildings should be designed within the following parameters: Parameter Maximum floor area Maximum building height (from natural ground level) Maximum wall height (from natural ground level) Minimum setback from side and rear boundaries not on a secondary road frontage Minimum setback from a secondary road frontage Minimum setback from a public road or public open space area Value 72 square metres 3.6 metres 3 metres 1 metre 3 metres 8 metres

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A dwelling should have a minimum site area (and in the case of group dwellings and residential flat buildings, an average site area per dwelling) and a frontage to a public road not less than that shown in the following table: Dwelling Type Detached Site Area (square metres) 600 (minimum) within Clare Township 700 (minimum) within Riverton Township 900 (minimum) within Saddleworth Township 1200 (minimum) within Auburn Township Minimum frontage (metres) 15 within Clare Township 20 within Riverton Township 20 within Saddleworth Township 20 within Auburn Township

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Dwelling Type Semi-detached Group dwelling Residential flat building Row dwelling 12

Site Area (square metres) 450 (minimum) 350 (average) 350 (average) 350 (minimum))

Minimum frontage (metres) 13 10 (excluding access to rear group dwelling(s) 10 10

Landscaped frontage of a dwelling site should be landscaped within the following parameters; (a) have a combination of landscaping and paved surfaces (b) paved surfaces should not exceed more than 50 percent of the area between the building alignment and the street frontage (c) driveway should not exceed more than 30 percent of the site frontage.

Affordable Housing
13 14 Development should include a minimum of 15 per cent of residential dwellings for affordable housing. Affordable housing should be distributed throughout the zone to avoid over-concentration of similar types of housing in a particular area.

Land Division
15 Except where specified within a policy area, land division should create allotments with an area not less than that shown in the following table: Township Clare Riverton Saddleworth Auburn Minimum allotment area (square metres) 600 700 900 1200

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section Residential Zone Clare Low Density Policy Area 3

Clare Low Density Policy Area 3


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this policy area.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 Provision for low density residential development on large allotments, in a manner compatible with the retention of the pleasant rural character. Land division undertaken to ensure new allotments are provided with a range of services comparable to those within the township. Development that contributes to the desired character of the policy area.

DESIRED CHARCTER
The policy area lends itself to be developed for mixed rural residential purposes in a rural setting yet close to the town for the facilities it offers. Access to all sites is available from the existing network of roads. This policy area incorporates an existing low density residential development to the north east of Clare adjacent to the Clare Country Club. The existing landscape and the natural character of the policy area should be protected from erosion and other forms of environmental degradation when viewed from White Hutt Road and Farrell Flat Road. Development should be primarily for low density residential purposes and the continued use of the golf course, with residential development being located a minimum distance of 50 metres away from golf course land that is irrigated with water reclaimed from effluent ponds.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the policy area: detached dwellings single storey.

Form and Character


2 3 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the policy area. Development should be primarily for low-density residential purposes and the continued use of the golf course, with residential development being located a minimum distance of 50 metres away from golf course land that is irrigated with water reclaimed from effluent ponds. The existing landscaped buffer should be maintained adjacent to property boundaries that adjoin agricultural or horticultural land uses so as to better manage potential interface issues. Buildings should be located in unobtrusive locations and in particular should be: (a) located below the ridge line, so as not to be visible against the skyline when viewed from White Hut Road or Farrell Flat Road, or from within Clare township (b) set well back from public roads, particularly when the allotment is on the low side of the road

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(c) sited on an excavated rather than a filled site, in order to reduce the vertical profile of the building (d) located so as to be screened as far as possible by existing native vegetation when viewed from either White Hut Road or Farrell Flat Road, or from the Clare township (e) located so as to maximise the retention of native vegetation and ensure watercourses are retained in their natural state. 6 Building design and materials should be of high quality and should be of such a scale as to be unobtrusive and not detract from the natural character of the policy area, and in particular transportable dwellings should not be erected.

Amenity
7 8 Not more than one goat, donkey, sheep, cow or similar animal should be kept on an allotment. Boundary fencing should be constructed of open mesh, post and rail or other forms of construction which can be seen through.

Land Division
9 10 Land division should create allotments with an area of at least 0.8 hectares Vehicle access to or from any allotment having frontage to Farrell Flat Road and the north side of White Hut Road should not be allowed.

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Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this policy area.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 An area accommodating single-storey detached dwellings on large allotments in a rural environment. Retention of the semi-rural character and amenity of the area as derived from the number of trees on the land and locality, the undulating land and its existing use. Development that contributes to the desired character of the policy area.

DESIRED CHARACTER
The policy area lends itself to be developed for mixed rural residential purposes in a rural setting yet so close to the town for the facilities it offers. Access to all sites is available from the existing network of roads.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the policy area: detached dwellings single storey.

Form and Character


2 3 4 5 Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the policy area. The area should be developed primarily for low-density residential development. No intensive animal keeping should occur in this area. Where animals are kept, strict controls should be exercised, so as to avoid problems associated with noise, smell, dust, the emission of water and other atmospheric and water pollutants. Access to the development should be from the existing network of streets off Torrens Road, and no additional access points should be created.

Land Division
7 Land division should create allotments with an area of at least 0.4 hectares with a minimum frontage of not less than 50 metres.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section Residential Zone Clare Square Mile Road Policy Area 10

Clare Square Mile Road Policy Area 10


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this policy area.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 Provision for low density residential development and supported accommodation while protecting the character and operation of the adjoining land uses. Development that contributes to the desired character of the policy area.

DESIRED CHARACTER
The policy area will provide for a low density residential development with opportunity for a medium density development in the form of supported accommodation. Development of the land within the policy area will trigger the upgrade of a range of infrastructure, including the road network linking to the Clare township, prior to the development of the land for residential purposes. The natural features, landscape and character of the area will be preserved where possible to retain the rural amenity of the policy area and support local biodiversity. Landscape buffers will be established to the northern and southern boundaries of the Policy Area prior to residential development to protect dwellings from potential conflicts with adjacent activities, including horticulture and the irrigation activities of the golf course. Plantings within the buffers will reach to a height of 15 metres and incorporate dense layers of vegetation of a variety of different sizes and species. A minimum of two stormwater catchment areas will be provided incorporating the existing drainage lines and dams to capture and manage stormwater from development for the purposes of creating amenable public spaces and irrigating vegetated areas. The stormwater management system will be enhanced through extensive landscaping that will support biodiversity, provide a water filter and mitigate water flows across and off the site.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the policy area: detached dwellings domestic outbuildings in association with a dwelling domestic structure dwelling addition supported accommodation

Form and Character


2 3 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the policy area. Development should be in accordance with Concept Plan Map CGV/3 Square Mile Road to achieve the following: (a) development should be for residential purposes and should provide for the continued use of the golf course and not prejudice the continued operation of the adjoining primary production land uses

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(b) the establishment of a landscaped buffer: (i) (ii) to a minimum width of 50 metres along the length of the northern boundary of the Policy Area on land within 50 metres of the Clare Golf Course

(c) public open space should be provided along the identified watercourses to facilitate pedestrian access and recreation, stormwater management, and the preservation and enhancement of the environmental qualities of the riparian environment (d) residential development should be setback a minimum of 25 metres from watercourses (measured from the top of existing banks on each side) (e) maximum retention of native vegetation in its natural state to preserve the character of the area and provide an appropriate transition from the adjacent Clare Low Density Policy Area (f) primary vehicle access from Square Mile Road (as an extension of White Hut Road, north of the intersection with Norman Drive) through the southern boundary of the policy area and designed to provide priority for the primary traffic movement with at least one secondary access to the western boundary of the policy area.

Land division will ensure residential development is able to be setback a minimum of 20 metres from areas of native vegetation and planted landscape buffers.

Interface with Horticultural Land


5 Residential development that is adjacent to the Primary Production Zone should include appropriate setbacks and vegetative plantings designed to minimise the potential impacts of chemical spray drift and other impacts associated with primary production.

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PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Advertisement and /or advertising hoarding Amusement machine centre Bee keeping Consulting rooms in the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 Consulting rooms outside the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 Crematorium Dairy Dwelling in the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy area 4 Educational establishment in the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 Electricity substation in the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 Farming Farm building outside the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 Fuel depot Horse keeping Horticulture Hospital Hotel Industry Except for a detached dwelling Except where: (a) the total floor area is less than 80 square metres (b) the site does not front an arterial road. Exceptions

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Form of Development Intensive animal keeping Major Public Service Depot outside the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 Motel in the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 Motor repair station Office in the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 Office outside the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 Petrol filling station Place of worship in the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 Prescribed mining operation Public service depot Restaurant Road transport terminal Service trade premises Shop or group of shops in the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 Shop or group of shops outside the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 Stadium outside the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 and the Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 Stock sales yard Stock slaughter works Store Warehouse Waste reception, storage, treatment or disposal

Exceptions

Except where: (a) the total floor area is less than 80 square metres (b) the site does not front an arterial road.

Except where: (a) the gross leasable area is less than 40 square metres (b) the site does not front an arterial road.

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Form of Development Welfare institution in the Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 Wrecking yard

Exceptions

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Rural Landscape Protection Zone


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 A zone in which the natural character is preserved and enhanced or re-established in order to: (c) provide a natural backdrop to the Clare Valley and a contrast to the urban area (d) preserve biodiversity and restore locally indigenous vegetation and fauna habitats close to the township of Clare (e) provide for passive recreation in an area of natural character close to the urban area (f) provide a part of the buffer area between the urban areas and prevent it from extending into the eastern and western slopes of the two north-south ridgelines

(g) ensure that the community is not required to bear the cost of providing services to and within the zone. 2 A zone accommodating low intensity agricultural activities and public/private open space and one where structures are sited and designed in such a way as to: (a) preserve and enhance the natural character or assist in the re-establishment of a natural character in the zone (b) limit the visual intrusion of development in the zone, particularly when viewed from roads within the zone or from the Clare Valley floor (c) not create, either in themselves, or in association with other developments, a potential demand for the provision of services at a cost to the community (d) prevent the loss of life and property resulting from bushfires. 3 Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

DESIRED CHARACTER
The extent of native vegetation and open grassland, the steep slopes and the difficulty of access combine to make this zone a high fire risk area. It is important that developments incorporate fire protection measures to minimize the fire risk. While vegetation management is an important part of minimizing the fire risk, the destruction of existing native vegetation and failure to provide landscaping as to screen buildings and improve the amenity of the zone are not considered acceptable fire protection measures. The zone is not a residential zone and so services provided in an urban area will not be provided in this zone. Accordingly, development should not be undertaken if it is likely, in itself or in association with other development, to create a potential demand for such services. Activities and projects by State and local agencies which are considered necessary in this zone should be located, sited, constructed and maintained to promote the objectives for the zone and complement the principles of development control relating to this zone. Tourist facilities are appropriate provided they are of a low-scale and are sited unobtrusively.

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PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 Development should not be undertaken unless it is associated with a low intensity agricultural activity, a public open space area or a private use of an open character, or is a detached single storey dwelling, including outbuildings and structures normally associated with such dwellings, on a single allotment. Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan. New mines and quarries should not be developed within the zone. Extensions to existing mines and quarries should only be undertaken within the zone where: (a) the overall benefit to the community from the minerals produced together with the planned afteruse of the site outweighs any loss of amenity or other resources resulting from the extractive operations (b) the site contains minerals of the necessary quality and, for reasons of location, quality or other factors, no practical alternative source is available (c) the proposed operation would maximize the utilisation of the resource but minimize the adverse impacts of extraction (d) the proposed workings cannot be seen from any arterial road, scenic road or other substantial traffic route (e) an effective buffer of land and native trees exists around the site to protect adjoining land users from effects of the operation (f) the operation is to be conducted in accordance with a staged development and rehabilitation scheme which: (i) (ii) ensures that danger and unreasonable damage or nuisance does not arise from workings or any operations associated with them provides for progressive rehabilitation of disturbed areas and for landscaping with locally indigenous plant species in order to produce a site which assists in the re-establishment of a natural character

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(iii) provides for the removal of buildings, plant, equipment and rubbish when operations are completed (iv) provides scope for suitable after-uses. 5 6 Outside the zone, small-scale transfer stations may be appropriate in unobtrusive locations. Horticultural activities should be located: (a) a minimum distance of 50 metres from the edge of stands of significant native vegetation or native grasses (b) no closer than 50 metres of a lake, watercourse or wetland. 7 Horticultural activities located within 300 metres of a dwelling, tourist accommodation facility or any other sensitive receptor should incorporate a suitably sized vegetated buffer area/strip to minimise any adverse impacts from the horticultural activity (including noise, chemical spray drift and run-off) on the sensitive receptor.

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Form and Character


8 9 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. The excavation and/or filling of land outside townships and urban areas should: (a) be kept to a minimum and limited to a maximum depth or height no greater than 1.5 metres from natural ground level so as to preserve the natural form of the land and the native vegetation. (b) only be undertaken in order to reduce the visual impact of buildings, including structures in order to construct water storage facilities for use on the allotment (c) result in stable scree slopes that are covered with topsoil and landscaped so as to preserve and enhance or assist in the re-establishment of, the natural character of the locality or assist in the reestablishment of the natural character of the area. 10 11 Re-vegetation and screen planting proposed as part of development should use locally occurring native species. Development should not be undertaken if it is likely to result in: (a) pollution of underground or surface water resources (b) over exploitation of underground or surface water resources (c) adverse impact on underground or surface water resources, including any environmental flows required to meet the needs of the natural environment (d) unnecessary loss or damage to native vegetation including the full range of tree, understorey and groundcover species/native grasses so as to maintain and enhance environmental values and functions, including conservation, biodiversity and habitat (e) denudation of pastures (f) the introduction of or an increase in the number of pest plants or vermin

(g) adverse impacts from chemical spray drift, chemical run-off or chemical residue in soils (h) the erection of structures or construction of access tracks and parking areas in a manner which detracts from the landscape character and visual amenity of the zone (i) (j) increased hazard to the locality from bushfires loss of amenity to adjoining land or surrounding localities from: (i) (ii) the visual impact of buildings, structures or earthworks the intensity of activity associated with any such use, including significant adverse impacts arising from chemical spray drift, use of audible bird or animal deterrent devices, and the use of associated vehicles and machinery.

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Development should not occur on land where the slope poses an unacceptable risk of soil movement, land slip or erosion. Buildings, including structures, should be located in unobtrusive locations and, in particular, should: (a) be located not to be visible against the skyline when viewed from roads within the zone or from the urban area of the Clare Valley

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(b) have the roof line below the lowest point of the abutting road when the allotment is on the low side of the road (c) be sited on excavated rather than a filled site in order to reduce the vertical profile of the building (d) be screened by existing native vegetation when viewed from roads within the zone or from the urban area particularly the town (e) be located well below the ridge line (f) be located within valleys or behind spurs

(g) be set well back from public roads, particularly when the allotment is on the high side of the road (h) be sited on excavated, rather than a filled site in order to reduce the vertical profile of the building (i) (j) not be sited on landfill which would interfere with the flow of flood waters not have a septic tank drainage field located in such a way as to pollute watercourses

(k) be located in such a way as to maximise the retention of existing native vegetation and retain watercourses in their natural state. 14 Buildings, including structures should be unobtrusive and not detract from the desired natural character of the zone and, in particular: (a) buildings should be of a single storey (b) the mass of buildings should be minimized by having separate vehicle storage areas. 15 Buildings should have a: (a) year round water supply and a safe and efficient effluent disposal system which will not pollute watercourses or underground water resources or be a risk to health (b) safe, clean, tidy and unobtrusive area for the storage and disposal of refuse so that the desired natural character of the zone is not adversely affected. 16 17 18 19 20 21 Driveways and access tracks should follow contours of the land to reduce their visual impact and erosion from water runoff and be surfaced with dark materials. Development should not in itself, or in association with other development, create a potential demand for the provision of services at a cost to the community. Additions to buildings should maintain the single storey profile of the building and be sited on the side of the dwelling which minimises the obtrusiveness of the completed building. Buildings should be grouped together. Retaining walls should be constructed as a stepped series of low walls constructed of dark, natural coloured materials and screened by landscaping using locally indigenous plant species where possible. Fences, if required, should be sited to minimize their visual impact and should be of post and wire or other materials which can be seen through. Obtrusive gateways, particularly of brick or masonry, should not be constructed. When solid fences are essential, particularly rear and side fences in closely divided areas within the zone, they should be of materials which are of a low light reflective nature and of dark natural colours to blend with the natural landscape and minimize any visual intrusion. Such fences should not increase the fire risk near buildings. 147
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Communication towers and masts should be sited and designed to minimize their visual impact. The number of masts should be contained by shared use of facilities. Telephone lines and electricity mains and services of less than 33 kV should be located underground. All new lines, mains and services should be located and designed in such a way as to minimize their visual intrusion and any adverse effect on the desired natural character of the zone. Development should only be undertaken if it can be located and designed to maximize the retention of existing native vegetation and, where possible, increase the extent of locally indigenous plant species. Locally indigenous plant species should be established to screen development, including scree slopes created as a result of excavation and/or filling of land, in such a way that the bushfire hazard is not increased. Screening mounds may also be appropriate.

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Land Division
27 Land division should not be undertaken except where all of the following are achieved. (a) the division results in rationalization of allotment boundaries without increasing the total number of allotments (b) the allotment size is consistent with the objectives of this zone (c) the division does not involve clearance of native vegetation.

PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Advertisement and/or advertising hoarding Exceptions Advertisement and/or advertising hoarding where the development achieves at least one of (a) or (b): (a) is adjacent to a road with a speed limit of less than 80 km/h (b) has an advertisement area of 2 square metres or less and achieves all of the following: (i) the message contained thereon relates entirely to a lawful use of land (ii) the advertisement is erected on the same allotment as the use it seeks to advertise (iii) the advertisement will not result in more than two advertisements on the allotment.

Bus depot Bus station Community centre Consulting room

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Form of Development Dwelling

Exceptions Except for a detached dwelling that will not result in more than one dwelling on one allotment, and the scale and design is such that: (a) the vertical distance between any point at the top of any external wall and the finished ground level immediately below that point on the wall is less than three metres, other than gable ends of the dwelling where the distance is less than 5 metres (b) there is no floor level directly above another floor level, except where the upper floor level is located wholly at or below finished ground level (c) the depth of excavation and/or height of filling of land is less than 1.5 metres (d) access to a new dwelling is provided by a private vehicular access track that is less than 30 metres in length and which has a gradient of less than 16 degrees (1 in 3.5) at any point (e) it does not involve the clearance of native vegetation comprising trees and/or shrubs.

Educational establishment Electricity generation station Fire station Fuel depot Horticulture involving the growing of olives Except where the location for the growing of olives achieves (a) and (b): (a) at least 500 metres from all of the following: (i) a national park (ii) a conservation park (iii) a wilderness protection area (iv) the edge of a substantially intact stratum of native vegetation greater than 5 hectares in area (b) 50 metres from the edge of a substantially intact stratum of native vegetation 5 hectares or less in area.

Hospital Hotel Indoor recreation centre Industry Intensive animal keeping Land division Except where all of the following are achieved: (a) the division results in the rationalisation of allotment boundaries without increasing the total number of allotments (b) the allotment size is consistent with the objectives of this zone (c) the division does not involve clearance of native vegetation.

Motor repair station Nursing home

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Form of Development Office Place of worship Prescribed mining operations Primary school Pre-school Road transport terminal Service trade premises Shop or group of shops Stock saleyard Store Telecommunications facility Warehouse Waste, reception, storage, treatment or disposal other than in the form of a recycling collection depot Wrecking yard

Exceptions Except where associated with primary production or tourism development

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section Rural Living Zone

Rural Living Zone


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 A zone consisting of large allotments, detached dwellings and rural activities that do not adversely impact the amenity of the locality. Rationalization of the existing subdivision layout to achieve orderly, efficient and co-ordinated development. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

DESIRED CHARACTER
The semi-rural character of the zone should be reinforced and strengthened through the design and siting of buildings and homesteads, open style fencing and appropriate landscaping to compliment undulating landform. Armagh, Spring Farm and Donnybrook cater for rural living development on various allotment sizes. The zone provisions recognise existing development whilst providing opportunity for minor infill development. At Auburn the zone comprises of small parcels under general farming use, and is separated from broadacre farming. With existing homesteads in the area, the land lends itself to rural living purposes At Saddleworth the zone comprises small parcels under general farming use, and is separated from broadacre farming by a railway corridor, public roads and a thick belt of mature native trees. With existing homesteads in the area, the land lends itself well for rural living purposes. Until such time that the land is required for rural living, it will continue to be used for general farming.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the zone: 2 3 4 5 detached dwelling domestic outbuilding in association with a detached dwelling domestic structure dwelling addition farming farm building stable.

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The keeping of horses should only be undertaken if the horses are accommodated within a stable or shelter with supplementary feeding to maintain pasture cover.

Form and Character


7 8 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. Dwellings should be designed within the following parameters: Parameter Minimum setback from primary road frontage Minimum setback from secondary road frontage Minimum setback from side boundaries Minimum setback from rear boundary Maximum site coverage Maximum building height (from natural ground level) 9 Value 30 metres 15 metres 5 metres 5 metres 5 per cent 5 metres

Sheds, garages and similar outbuildings should be designed within the following parameters: Parameter Maximum floor area Maximum building height (from natural ground level) Maximum wall height (from natural ground level) Minimum setback from side and rear boundaries Minimum setback from a public road or public open space area Value 72 square metres 3.6 metres 3 metres 5 metres 30 metres

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A dwelling should have an allotment area of at least 1.5 hectares and a frontage to a public road not less than 25 metres. Retail, commercial, or industrial development should not be undertaken.

Land Division
12 Land division should create allotments with an area of at least 1.5 hectares and a frontage to a public road not less than 25 metres.

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Town Approach Policy Area 5


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this policy area.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 A policy area primarily accommodating low density residential development on large rural living allotments, in association with a range of low intensity rural activities. An open rural character which contrasts with the built up area of Clare, and co-ordinated development which is sensitively sited and designed. A policy area recognising the need to enhance the visual appearance of existing commercial development with a common entry theme, whilst preventing the establishment of new commercial development on land not currently used for commercial purposes. An attractive town approach consisting of an open rural landscape and vegetated hillsides and an entrance theme with an avenue of trees, road treatment and road verge enhancement. Development that contributes to the desired character of the policy area.

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DESIRED CHARACTER
The township of Clare acts as a central base for tourists seeking accommodation, meals and as a starting point for visits around the Lower Mid North region and Flinders Ranges. Main North Road runs through the policy area and is the major road connecting Clare to the south. The policy area forms the southern approach into the township of Clare and its character is mixed. The appearance of the policy area needs to be significantly enhanced to promote an attractive entrance into Clare with the control of new commercial and other visually inappropriate land uses and enhancement of existing non-residential development. Further inappropriate development within the policy area should be discouraged to prevent the proliferation of development which will lead to further visual disorder and cluttering of the southern township approach. Development should consist, primarily, of small scale infill housing development on large rural living allotments, with deep building set-backs and substantial landscaping. Initiatives should be put in place to enhance the appearance of the township approach and development of an entrance theme via an avenue of trees and road treatment.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the policy area: detached dwelling domestic outbuilding in association with a detached dwelling domestic structure dwelling addition.

Form and Character


2 3 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the policy area. Development should not consist of commercial or non-residential development unless it consists of a minor addition to an existing lawful development and complies with the siting, set-back and visual amenity provisions of the Development Plan. 153
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Buildings should be set-back a minimum of 15 metres from Main North Road and eight metres from other roads: (a) so that a landscaped garden can be created (b) to enhance the appearance of the street through landscaping.

Development should generally be of one storey and be sited to relate to the slope of the land, so that the amount of cutting and filling of the natural ground is minimised.

Advertising Signs
6 The location, siting, size, shape and materials of construction, of advertisements should: (a) not exceed the height of any building on the site (b) relate to existing lawful non-residential only (c) comply with Council policy on signs.

Land Division
7 Irregular shaped allotments, including hammer-head allotments and those creating unusable land areas, should not be created.

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PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Advertisement and/or advertising hoarding Exceptions Advertisement and/or advertising hoarding where the development achieves at least one of (a) or (b): (a) is adjacent to a road with a speed limit of less than 80 km/h (b) has an advertisement area of 2 square metres or less and achieves all of the following: (i) the message contained thereon relates entirely to a lawful use of land (ii) the advertisement is erected on the same allotment as the use it seeks to advertise (iii) the advertisement will not result in more than two advertisements on the allotment.

Amusement machine centre Consulting room Convention centre Crematorium Dairy Dwelling Fuel depot General industry Golf course Hospital in the Town Approach Policy Area 5 Hotel Intensive animal keeping Land division Major public service depot Motel Motor repair station Office Petrol filling station Prescribed mining operation Except in the Town Approach Policy Area 5 155
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Except in the Town Approach Policy Area 5

Except detached dwelling

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Form of Development Restaurant Road transport terminal Service trade premises Shop or group of shops within the Town Approach Policy Area 5 Shop or group of shops outside the Town Approach Policy Area 5 Special industry Stadium Stock sales yard Stock slaughter works Store Tourist accommodation Warehouse Waste reception, storage, treatment or disposal Wrecking yard Welfare institution

Exceptions

Except where the gross leasable area is less than 250 square metres Except where the gross leasable area is less than 80 square metres

Except in the Town Approach Policy Area 5

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Zone Section State Heritage Area (Mintaro)

State Heritage Area (Mintaro)


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this state heritage area.

STATEMENT OF HERITAGE VALUE


Mintaro provides clear physical evidence of its early role as a staging post supporting the bullock teams that hauled loads of copper ore from the mines in Burra to Port Wakefield from 1845. The discovery of these rich copper deposits provided for significant economic development in the 1840s in South Australia. As agriculture and pastoralism consolidated in the mid-north region, Mintaro was well placed to provide important local services such as blacksmiths, wheelwrights, bootmakers and other necessary facilities during an important time in the development of the colony. Martindale Hall, a stately mansion erected for the Bowmans in 1880 on a large land holding close to Mintaro, provides clear evidence that pastoralists had become the colonys social gentry. Mintaros close association with extractive primary industry in the developing colony is clearly demonstrated through the still operational slate quarry (first mined in 1854), and its early surviving buildings. This industry provided a significant and sustained economic boost to the town, particularly after the copper teams bypassed Mintaro to the south, travelling through Saddleworth and Riverton when a railhead was constructed at Gawler in 1857. The quarry employed about 40 men in 1860, a significant number considering Mintaros population in 2006 of approximately 80 people. The Mintaro slate quarry is of exceptional heritage value and has rare qualities, being the oldest continuously functioning quarry in South Australia and possibly Australia (it has been in operation for over one hundred and fifty years). Mintaro slate also enjoys a strong reputation for its high quality and durability, both nationally and internationally. The slate chimneys, tanks, walling, paving, road edging, culverts, window sills, steps and headstones at the cemetery evident in Mintaro demonstrate the use of the material as a successful building product. In fact, one of the most distinctive and unique physical features of Mintaro is the extensive use of dry stone walling, creating a strong visual definition along many property boundaries. All surviving elements of slate within the township are of exceptional significance. Mintaro is an outstanding example of a small rural township that has survived for over 150 years with relatively little change to its physical appearance. The main street, Burra Street (formerly known as The Gulf Road), diagonally traverses the grid street pattern in the township, resulting in numerous T-junctions and road forks that provide oblique views of the many historic buildings and rural countryside beyond. There is an exceptionally high proportion of buildings surviving from the mid-nineteenth century (1850-1870), including modest workers cottages, churches and shops of simple form and detailing. The majority of buildings are single storey and use Manoora sandstone in their construction, with many of the steeply pitched roofs now clad in corrugated iron, replacing (or covering up) original slate shingles. Burra Street has a unique historic quality, being lined on both sides with retail and commercial buildings dating from Mintaros beginnings. Of particular note are the blacksmiths shop, carpenters shop, the Mews, Magpie and Stump Hotel, and Devonshire House and Stables, Institute and Hall, Post Office and the former Police Station. A number of these buildings have been restored and remain in use. Mintaros neatly defined town boundaries, reflecting the original subdivision layout of 1849, provide the town with a strong sense of containment. Extensive mature landscaping survives throughout the town, including many large Red Gums, Pepper Trees, Morton Bay Figs in Burra Street and extensive rows of Hawthorn hedging. The public realm is distinguished by the absence of sophisticated street amenities such as parking bays, kerb and guttering, street signs and repetitive street lighting.

OBJECTIVES
1 Development that does not compromise the Statement of Heritage Value and contributes to the Desired Character for the Mintaro State Heritage Area.

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DESIRED CHARACTER
Function Mintaro will be a thriving rural village, with a unique historic identity and a strong sense of community. Historic buildings will be retained and, in some cases, adapted in a way that ensures their long-term conservation and viability. Pattern of Development With the exception of the denser parts of Burra Street around the Mews, substantial spaces between buildings will provide views through to land used for viticulture, grazing and cropping both within the boundaries of the town and on the hillsides surrounding Mintaro. The overall impression of Mintaro will be of an uncluttered, historic, rural village. The rural land on the hills surrounding Mintaro establishes an important setting for the town. Development of the rural land surrounding Mintaro will complement and reinforce the heritage value and desired character of the State Heritage Area. Public Realm The public realm in Mintaro will reinforce its rural village character with minimal infrastructure such as curbing and guttering, footpaths and street furniture. There will not be significant change to the streetscape, but rather protection and subtle enhancement of key features such as the area in front of the Mintaro Institute, Torr Park and the entrances to the town. Interpretive signage throughout the public realm will assist in the understanding of the heritage significance of Mintaro. Creek crossings will be highlighted by the retention of existing slate culverts, construction of additional painted steel post and rail abutments and stone pillars, and the revegetation with locally indigenous species. There will be two major gateway entry points to Mintaro at the intersection of Burra Street and Burton Street, and Burra Street and Jacke Road. These gateways will be denoted by low slate walls with Mintaro badging on them, as well as hedging and Eucalyptus trees that reinforce the landscape character of Mintaro. The amount and style of signage at these gateways will be carefully managed. Building Design There will be a unity of built-form, where all new buildings are complementary to existing historic buildings rather than dominating or detracting from them. This will be achieved through new development which has design features such as small building footprints, steep roof pitches and simple detailing, as well as the use of building materials common to older structures in Mintaro such as sandstone, slate and corrugated iron. Landscaping Existing landscape characteristics of this rural settlement will be preserved and enhanced. These characteristics include predominantly cleared pastoral areas surrounding the town, stands of indigenous trees along ridge lines, scattered individual specimens and groups of mature eucalyptus trees set amongst vineyards on the edge of the town, and more uniform plantings of exotic and locally indigenous species in the core of the town. The preservation and reinstatement of locally indigenous vegetation along creeklines will also be an important feature of the town.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Function
1 2 3 Development should reinforce Mintaros function as a local service centre for residents and the surrounding rural community, as well as promoting Mintaro as a tourist destination. Historic buildings should be retained and, in some cases, adapted both in terms of land use and built form in a way that ensures their long-term conservation and viability. Farming and horticultural (viticulture) activities should occur throughout the State Heritage Area, preserving the working rural character of Mintaro.

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Not more than one dwelling should be erected on an allotment. An additional dwelling may be developed in association with an existing dwelling provided that the additional dwelling: (a) is located on the same allotment as the existing dwelling (allotment amalgamation may be necessary) (b) is subordinate to the existing dwelling, with a floor area no greater than 60 square metres (c) uses the same wastewater infrastructure as the existing dwelling (d) Incorporates design elements that provide suitable access for people with disabilities (e) satisfies Table CGV/4 Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines.

Pattern of Development
6 7 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone. Development should be sited in a manner compatible with the preservation of the existing streetscapes with particular regard to the present random spacing and set-backs of buildings and landscaping in the immediate locality, providing views between buildings through to land used for viticulture, grazing and cropping both within the boundaries of the town and on the hillsides surrounding Mintaro. Buildings should be sited so that they are parallel to the adjoining street. New buildings should adopt setbacks that allow for space between buildings and landscaping that is consistent with the prevailing character of the locality and ensures the historic buildings remain dominant visual elements in the streetscape.

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Public Realm
10 There should be minimal infrastructure on public land, but where such infrastructure is required it should be simple and robust in its design, incorporating the following elements: (a) fencing made from post and wire, post and rail, timber pickets, low heights stone walls (particularly slate), and hedging (b) seating made from timber and galvanized steel (c) low level or up lighting which emphasises historic features (d) footpaths of compacted rubble (e) bluestone kerbing and guttering. 11 Signs, including interpretive signs, should be designed to complement the buildings they are attached to or adjoining in accordance with Table CGV/4 Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines and in particular: (a) should not obscure buildings (b) should be below the roof level or hung from below the verandah fascias or painted on the shop front window (c) should be of traditional, well proportioned serif or sanserif style lettering (d) should be based on the heritage range of external colours

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(e) neon and illuminated box signs should not be erected (f) should be limited in size and number so that they do not clutter the streetscape.

Building Design
General 12 Development involving the conservation of existing buildings and structures, the construction of extensions to existing buildings and entirely new buildings should conform to the standards of conservation practice set out in the Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines. New buildings should not replicate historic buildings, but rather be complementary to existing historic buildings in terms of architectural form, scale and proportions, with simple and restrained detailing. New dwellings should complement the key elements of building mass and form associated with existing historic dwellings in Mintaro, which include: (a) simple, small-scale, rectangular floor plans (larger dwellings should incorporate a number of simple, small-scale, rectangular structures joined together) (b) steeply pitched roofs (30-40 degrees), that are hipped or gabled with short spans (approximately 3.0 metres maximum from the ridge to the eaves), supplemented by skillion or lean-to roof elements where necessary (a greater ridge to eaves dimension may be appropriate where a new building is not located in close proximity to an existing historic building with a small ridge to eaves dimension) (c) modest principal facade widths of 10 to 12 metres, while longer facades include projecting gable elements or similar (d) faades with a high solid to void ratio, where window and door openings have limited width and vertical proportions (e) floor to ceiling heights between 2.7 and 3.0 metres (wall height represents 66 per cent of overall building height, or at least 50 per cent of overall building height where roof spans approach 4.5 metres from the ridge to the eaves) (f) straight pitched and concave verandahs (not bull-nosed), without elaborate detailing (square rather than fluted or turned verandah posts)

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(g) simple detailing (mock-historic details such as finials, lacework, elaborate barge boards, quoinwork, colonial bar glazing, bay windows or heavily paneled doors should be avoided). Height 15 Buildings should be predominantly single storey, with any upper storeys located within the roof space.

On-site Parking 16 Development should be provided with adequate off-street car parking located to the rear of buildings so that any associated structures such as garages and carports do not increase the bulk and scale of the main building and so that garages, garage doors and carports do not negatively impact on the streetscape, views to the main buildings and other historic buildings, and the open character of the town.

Building Materials 17 Buildings should incorporate materials that are compatible with the materials used in historic buildings in Mintaro, including the following materials:

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(a) bluestone, sandstone, weatherboard, corrugated steel in galvanized or powder coated finishes, rendered masonry and acrylic finishes (or a combination of these materials) for external walls in dark, earthen colours and greys (imitation stone or slate veneer should not be used) (b) corrugated galvanized steel sheet for roofing on historic buildings, and either corrugated galvanized steel sheet or painted/powder coated steel for roofing on new buildings in grey hues that minimises glare and is compatible with the surrounding landscape and existing buildings (c) painted timber windows frames and doors and insect screens (aluminum window frames and insect screens may be acceptable where new buildings are not close to historic buildings). Earthworks 18 Buildings should be designed and sited so that the need for cut and fill is minimised, thereby reducing potential soil erosion and the need for and height of retaining walls, while also ensuring that the bulk and scale of buildings is minimised (new buildings should be benched into sloping sites rather than being set on raised platforms).

Outbuildings and Ancillary Structures 19 Outbuildings, including garages and carports, should: (a) be limited in size so as to maintain the desirable open character of Mintaro; (b) be simple in their architectural form with rectilinear floor plans (c) include a combination of steeply pitched gabled or hipped roofs (approximately 30-40 degrees, similar to the associated dwelling) with breaks in roof forms or skillion roof to minimise the bulk and scale of large outbuildings (d) use corrugated galvanized steel sheet or painted/powder coated steel roofing, together with stone, rendered masonry, weatherboard or corrugated steel in galvanized or painted/powder coated finishes (or a combination of these materials) walls in dark, earthen colours. 20 21 Antennae, satellite dishes, solar panels, plant and ancillary equipment should be located so as to not intrude on the historic character of buildings and streetscapes. Rainwater tanks should: (a) be limited in size (a number of smaller tanks are more appropriate than one large tank) (b) be located as inconspicuously as possible (at the rear of associated buildings, partially or total below ground, screened by vegetation) (c) have a corrugated profile that is complementary to traditional galvanized iron tanks. Fencing 22 Fences should minimised wherever possible to enhance the open, historic character of Mintaro. Where fencing is necessary it should be in the form of post and wire, post and rail, timber pickets, low height stone walls (particularly slate), and hedging (painted/powder coated steel fencing is inappropriate).

Water Supply and Wastewater Management 23 24 Development should only be undertaken where it can be demonstrated that a water supply of adequate quantity and quality is available for the proposed use. Effluent disposal should, where possible, be by a community wastewater management system (septic tank effluent disposal scheme or common effluent disposal scheme), so as not to cause risk to health and not pollute surface or underground water supplies.

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The point of discharge from an aerobic waste disposal system should be located so as not to cause a risk to health or pollute surface or underground water supplies.

Landscaping
26 27 28 29 30 Large, individual specimens and stands of Eucalyptus trees scattered throughout Mintaro should be preserved and incorporated in new development. Plantings of both native (preferably locally indigenous) and exotic species consistent with existing landscape character should be incorporated in new development towards the centre of Mintaro. Exotic species should be replaced with locally indigenous species along creek lines so as to improve water flow, water quality and biodiversity. Driveways should be made from compacted earth or gravel, with paving and hard surfacing kept to a minimum. Development should be set back sufficient distance from both individual and stands of large Eucalyptus trees to allow for their retention without compromising the health and safety aspects of such trees.

Environmental
31 The size, distribution and density of allotments contained in any land division should be designed to avoid any cumulative adverse impacts associated with on-site household wastewater disposal on nutrient and microbial concentrations in local and regional groundwater systems. Aerobic or anaerobic disposal of effluent should not occur within 50 metres of a watercourse in order to minimise environmental impacts associated with this type of wastewater treatment. Development incorporating systems for the disposal of wastewater on-site should only occur where permeability and geotechnical analysis confirms that the soil qualities are able to cater for such a system and the area dedicated to the disposal of effluent does not occur within areas of high usage private outdoor open space, driveways, car parking or outbuildings. Development, including land division, should not occur where site contamination has occurred unless the site has been assessed and remediate as necessary, to ensure that there are no undue health impacts for occupants and visitors to this and adjoining land.

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Town Centre (Mintaro) Policy Area 6


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this policy area.

OBJECTIVES
1 Development that contributes to the Desired Character for the policy area.

DESIRED CHARACTER
Function The policy area will remain the commercial centre of Mintaro, with a mix of small-scale shops, restaurants, tourist accommodation, the hotel, community facilities and limited residential land uses. Pattern of Development There will be no additional allotments created within the policy area. There will also be a limited amount of infill development and substantial spaces between buildings will be maintained to provide views through to land used for viticulture, grazing and cropping. Public Realm Burra Street will be enhanced as the historic high-street of Mintaro. Infrastructure in the public realm will be simple and robust design, making use of materials such as timber, stone and galvanized steel. The shoulder treatment for the carriageway along Burra Street will continue to be granitic spray seal. When entering Mintaro from the north, the open sense of arrival adjacent to the Magpie and Stump Hotel will be preserved. The Mintaro Institute will continue to play a significant role as the civic heart of Mintaro. The forecourt will be re-established, improving the civic gathering space associated with the War Memorial and the buildings integration with Burra Street. Car park will occur at the rear of the Institute. Torr Park will remain as the central public recreation and open space hub for Mintaro. There will be a high degree of integration between the park and Burra Street through the removal of existing fencing, mid-height vegetation and replacement of prunus trees with taller and tall-trunked trees. The childrens play facilities will be in a central location with a civic space and associated picnic facilities close to Burra Street. Hedging will assist in screening the rear of the clubrooms close to Burra Street. Building Design There will also be a unity of built-form, where all new buildings are complementary to existing historic buildings rather than dominating or detracting from them. This will be achieved through new development which has design features such as small building footprints, steep roof pitches and simple detailing, as well as the use of building materials common to older structures in Mintaro such as sandstone, slate and galvanized corrugated iron. Landscaping There will be a mix of uniform locally indigenous and exotic plantings in the Town Centre Policy Area. The existing avenue of Moreton Bay Fig trees and Pepper trees along Burra Street will be supplemented with additional planting of Moreton Bay Figs at strategic locations. The historic tall-trunked Eucalyptus avenue planting on eastern side of Burra Street will be re-instated.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Function
1 Development should primarily consist of a mix of small-scale shops, restaurants, the hotel, community facilities and limited residential activity, together with tourist accommodation such as hosted and self contained bed and breakfast establishments, small-scale hotels and guesthouses.

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Multiple dwellings, where one dwelling is occupied by more than five persons who live independently of one another and share common facilities within that dwelling, should be developed within existing buildings and on vacant allotments that satisfy the minimum lot size identified in the relevant precinct, provided that they: (a) incorporate design elements that provide suitable access for people with disabilities (b) satisfy the Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines.

Pattern of Development
3 There should be substantial space between buildings on separate allotments to preserve views through to land used for viticulture, grazing and cropping within the town and on surrounding hillsides.

Public Realm
4 5 There should be the provision of car parking at the rear of the Mintaro Institute. Development of Torr Park should promote a high degree of integration between Burra Street by having no fencing, or low level fencing, tall-trunked trees that provide views into and out of the park and hedging that screens the rear of the clubrooms close to Burra Street. Signs, including interpretive signs, should be designed to complement the buildings they are attached to or adjoining in accordance with Table CGV/2 - Design Guidelines for Advertising Signs and in particular: (a) should not obscure buildings (b) should be below the roof level or hung from below the verandah fascias or painted on the shop front window (c) should be of traditional, well proportioned serif or sanserif style lettering (d) should be based on the heritage range of external colours (e) neon and internally illuminated box signs should not be erected.

Building Design
7 Development involving the conservation of existing buildings and structures, the construction of extensions to existing buildings and entirely new buildings should conform to the standards of conservation practice set out in the Mintaro State Heritage Area section of the Development Plan and the Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines.

Landscaping
8 9 10 Plantings of both native (preferably locally indigenous) and exotic species should be more uniform in the Town Centre Zone compared to other parts of Mintaro. The existing avenue of Moreton Bay Fig trees and Pepper trees along Burra Street should be supplemented with additional planting of Moreton Bay Figs at strategic locations. Avenue plantings on the eastern side of Burra Street should use tall-trunked (preferably locally indigenous) Eucalyptus species, except in close proximity to the Mintaro Institute buildings where they may pose an unacceptable bushfire risk.

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Residential (Mintaro) Policy Area 7


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this policy area.

OBJECTIVES
1 Development that contributes to the Desired Character for the policy area.

DESIRED CHARACTER
Function The policy area will contain detached dwellings, together with some community facilities such as churches and schools. There will also be small scale tourist accommodation in the form of hosted and self contained bed and breakfast accommodation, particularly within existing historic buildings. Pattern of Development Large residential allotments with substantial spaces between buildings will provide views through to land used for viticulture, grazing, cropping and farm buildings both within the boundaries of the town and on the hillsides surrounding Mintaro. The extensive areas of open land near the junction of Hill and Young Streets which provide views towards the church buildings in this location constitute a large part of the rural character of this part of Mintaro. These open areas and associated views will be retained. Land within the Precinct 2 Western Residential will contain residential allotments, ranging in size from 0.4 hectares to 0.2 hectares each. The pattern of development in this area will be in accordance with CONCEPT PLAN MAP CGV/1 WESTERN RESIDENTIAL. Land on the south-west corner of the intersection of Kingston Road and Slate Quarry Road will be free of buildings in order to preserve the open character of this focal point within Mintaro, while also preserving views to the church and associated buildings on the corner of Kingston Road and Hill Street. Land within the Precinct 3 Northern Residential will contain large residential allotments with a scattered spacing of buildings so as to preserve the open character of the Policy Area as an important feature of the northern entry to Mintaro. Land within the Precinct 4 Eastern Residential will contain large residential allotments with a scattered spacing of buildings so as to preserve views from within the town toward the hills further to the east and to minimise potential flooding impact on buildings in this area. Public Realm There will be minimal infrastructure in the public realm, and where it is required it will be simple and robust design, making use of materials such as timber, stone and galvanized steel. The only significant change to the public realm will be subtle enhancements at the gateways to the town at the intersection of Burra Street and Burton Street, and Burra Street and Jacka Road. Creek crossings will be highlighted by the retention of existing slate culverts, construction of additional painted steel post and rail abutments and stone pillars, and replacement of exotic species with locally indigenous species. Building Design There will be a unity of built-form, where all new buildings are complementary to existing historic buildings rather than dominating or detracting from them. This will be achieved through new development which has design features such as small building footprints, steep roof pitches and simple detailing, as well as the use of building materials common to older structures in Mintaro such as sandstone, slate and galvanized corrugated iron.

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Landscaping Predominantly locally indigenous species will be used in the Residential (Mintaro) Policy Area 7, with a focus on preserving and complementing scattered individual specimens and groups of mature eucalyptus trees set amongst vineyards and small-scale farming activities.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Function
1 Development should primarily consist of detached dwellings and community facilities such as schools and churches, together with some small scale farming and horticultural (viticulture) activity, and some small-scale tourist accommodation in the form of hosted and self contained bed and breakfast accommodation. Multiple dwellings, where one dwelling is occupied by more than five persons who live independently of one another and share common facilities within that dwelling, should be developed within existing buildings and on vacant allotments that satisfy the minimum lot size identified in the relevant policy area, provided that they: (a) incorporate design elements that provide suitable access for people with disabilities (b) satisfy the Mintaro Conservation Guidelines in Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines.

Pattern of Development
3 With the exception of land within Precinct 2 Western Residential, land division should only occur in the form of rationalization of existing allotments (reducing the number of allotments) or minor boundary realignment in order to create allotment sizes suitable for the development of dwellings. Buildings should be sited in a manner that is compatible with present random spacing of buildings and landscaping in the immediate locality, providing views between buildings through to land used for viticulture, grazing and cropping both within the boundaries of the town and on the hillsides surrounding Mintaro. Development in the vicinity of the junction of Hill and Young Streets should preserve views towards the church buildings in this location.

Public Realm
6 7 There should be minimal infrastructure in the public realm, but where it is required it should be simple and robust in its design, making use of materials such as timber, stone and galvanized steel. The entry points to Mintaro at the intersection of Burra Street and Burton Street, and Burra Street and Jacka Road should be enhanced with gateway infrastructure including walling, consolidated signage and vegetation. Creek crossings should be highlighted through the retention of existing slate culverts, construction of additional painted steel post and rail abutments and stone pillars, and replacement of exotic species with locally indigenous species.

Building Design
9 Development involving the conservation of existing buildings and structures, the construction of extensions to existing buildings and entirely new buildings should conform to the standards of conservation practice set out in the Mintaro State Heritage Area section of the Development Plan and Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines.

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In order to minimise their visual impact when viewed from the street and maintain the open character of the zone, outbuildings should be no larger than 72 square metres, or 6 metres by 12 metres, and should be located at the rear of the associated dwelling. The bulk and scale of large outbuildings should be minimised through the use of varied roof forms including skillion roofs.

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Landscaping
12 Scattered individual specimens and groups of mature eucalyptus trees set amongst vineyards, smallscale farming activities and scattered houses should be preserved and complemented with predominantly locally indigenous species. A landscaped buffer should be established on the boundary between Precinct 2 Western Residential and the Township Fringe (Mintaro) Policy Area 9 to minimise the potential for conflict between residential and agricultural activities, incorporating the following elements: (a) a minimum total width of 40 metres (b) random planting of a variety of tree and shrub species of differing growth habits, at spacings of 45 metres for a minimum of 20 metres (c) species with long, thin and rough foliage which facilitates the more efficient capture of spray droplets (d) a minimum buffer height (i.e. tree height) of 1.5 times the spray release height or target vegetation height, which ever is the higher (e) an area of at least 10 metres clear of vegetation or other flammable material to either side of the vegetated area.

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PRECINCT SPECIFIC PROVISIONS


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to the following precincts.

Precinct 1 Core Residential


14 15 16 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the precinct. The minimum allotment size for a dwelling should be 0.4 hectares. The division of land should not result in the creation of allotments having an area less than 0.4 hectares.

Precinct 2 Western Residential


17 18 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the precinct. Development should be carried out, where applicable, in accordance with the concepts shown on Concept Plan Map CGV/1 Western Residential to achieve the following: (a) an area of public open space at least 66 metres wide by 66 metres deep is provided on the corner of Kingston Road and Slate Quarry Road that preserves views from within the public realm towards the church and associated buildings (b) large allotments of 0.4 hectares in area and at least 60 metres in width front Kingston Road and Slate Quarry Road, with the exception of one allotment at the southern end of Kingston Road that is 30 metres wide and 0.2 hectares in area, in a manner that is complementary to existing

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allotment configurations in other parts of the policy area and provides adequate space for vehicles to enter and exit each site in a forward direction (c) vehicular access to the 0.2 hectare allotments fronting Kingston Road is from a side road and not from Kingston Road, and outbuildings such as garages and sheds located on the western side of these allotments should be sited so as to minimise the visual impact of development on this allotment upon Kingston Road (d) public open space and roads front the creek so that flood risk to dwellings and associated structures can be appropriately managed (e) smaller allotments with a minimum size of 0.2 hectares are located away from Slate Quarry Road and Kingston Road so that they have minimal visual impact on these roads (f) a loop road is created between Slate Quarry Road and Kingston Road that is reflective of the legible and permeable grid street pattern in other parts of Mintaro

(g) public open space is provided along the creek to facilitate pedestrian access and recreation, as well as preserving the environmental qualities of the riverine environment.

Precinct 3 Northern Residential


19 20 21 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the precinct. The minimum allotment size for a dwelling should be 1.0 hectare. The division of land should not result in the creation of allotments having an area less than 1 hectare.

Precinct 4 Eastern Residential


22 23 24 25 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the precinct. The minimum allotment size for a dwelling should be 1.0 hectare. The division of land should not result in the creation of allotments having an area less than 1 hectare. Excavation and filling associated with buildings is anticipated as a means of protecting buildings from flooding impact, but should also be kept to a minimum so as to preserve the built-form character of Mintaro.

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Rural Living (Mintaro) Policy Area 8


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this policy area.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 Development that contributes to the Desired Character for the policy area. Protection of views over open grassland and vineyards to the scattered historic buildings beyond.

DESIRED CHARACTER
Function Scattered dwellings and associated outbuildings will be set amongst small-scale farming and horticultural (viticulture) activities. There will also be some small-scale tourist accommodation in the form of hosted and self contained bed and breakfast accommodation, particularly within existing historic buildings. Pattern of Development There will be dwellings on larger allotments, as distinct from the rural land to the north of Catholic Church Road which comprises large, open farms, and land within the Residential (Mintaro) Policy Area 7 and the Town Centre (Mintaro) Policy Area 6 to the south which contain denser residential, commercial and community buildings. Public Realm There will be minimal infrastructure in the public realm, and where it is required it will be simple and robust design, making use of materials such as timber, stone and galvanized steel. Building Design There will be a unity of built-form, where all new buildings are complementary to existing historic buildings rather than dominating or detracting from them. This will be achieved through new development which has design features such as small building footprints, steep roof pitches and simple detailing, as well as the use of building materials common to older structures in Mintaro such as sandstone, slate and corrugated iron. Outbuildings will be smaller that the associated dwellings and will be simple in their architectural form, with rectilinear floor plans, steeply pitched gabled roofs or low pitched skillion roofs and stone or corrugated steel in galvanized or colourbond finishes in dark, earthen colours. Landscaping Predominantly locally indigenous species will be used, with a focus on preserving and complementing scattered individual specimens and groups of mature eucalyptus trees set amongst vineyards and smallscale farming activities.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Function
1 Development should primarily consist of detached dwellings set amongst small scale agricultural and viticultural activity with associated outbuildings, and some small-scale tourist accommodation in the form of hosted and self contained bed and breakfast accommodation.

Pattern of Development
2 The minimum allotment size should be 1.7 hectares.

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Public Realm
3 There should be minimal infrastructure in the public realm, but where it is required it should be simple and robust in its design, making use of materials such as timber, stone and galvanized steel.

Building Design
4 Development involving the conservation of existing buildings and structures, the construction of extensions to existing buildings and entirely new buildings should conform to the standards of conservation practice set out in the Mintaro State Heritage Area section of the Development Plan and the Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines. Buildings should have substantial setbacks from adjoining roads to enhance the open character of the approaches to the town. Buildings should be kept below the ridge line along Catholic Church Road when viewed from Kingston Road and Burton Street roads to retain the dominance of the Catholic Church on top of the hill. In order to minimise their visual impact when viewed from the street and maintain the open character of the zone, outbuildings should be no larger than 135 square metres, or 7.5 metres by 18 metres, and should be located at the rear of the associated dwelling. The bulk and scale of large outbuildings should be minimised through to use of varied roof forms including skillion roofs.

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Landscaping
9 Scattered individual specimens and groups of mature eucalyptus trees set amongst vineyards, smallscale farming activities and scattered houses should be preserved and complemented with predominantly locally indigenous species.

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Township Fringe (Mintaro) Policy Area 9


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this policy area.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 A policy area primarily for low-intensity primary production compatible with Mintaro. Development that contributes to the desired character of the policy area.

DESIRED CHARACTER
Function This land will be preserved as farming and horticultural (viticulture) land surrounding Mintaro with relatively few buildings. The Mintaro Slate Quarry (an extractive industry), will also continue to be a dominant landmark on the western edge of the zone, with the potential for expansion onto adjoining slate deposits. There will also be recreational facilities associated with Mintaro Oval. There will also be small-scale tourist accommodation in the form of hosted and self contained bed and breakfast accommodation, particularly within existing historic buildings. Pattern of Development In order to preserve the open rural character of the hills surrounding Mintaro, which establishes an important historic setting for the town, there will be minimal further subdivision of the land surrounding the core of Mintaro. Public Realm The rural character of this zone means that there will be minimal infrastructure in the public realm, and where it is required it will be simple and robust design, making use of materials such as timber, stone and galvanized steel. Building Design There will be a unity of built-form, where all new buildings are complementary to existing historic buildings, rather than dominating or detracting from them. This will be achieved through new development which has design features such as small building footprints, steep roof pitches and simple detailing, as well as the use of building materials common to older structures in Mintaro such as sandstone, slate and corrugated iron. Outbuildings will be simple in their architectural form, with rectilinear floor plans, steeply pitched gabled roofs or low pitched skillion roofs and stone or corrugated steel in galvanized or painted/ powder coated finishes in dark, earthen colours. Landscaping There will be a focus on preserving and complementing scattered individual specimens and groups of mature eucalyptus trees set amongst vineyards and farming activities. Trees along ridge and creeklines will be complemented with additional plantings of locally indigenous species.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Function
1 Development should primarily consist of farming (grazing, cropping and viticulture), extractive industry, recreational facilities and a limited number of detached dwellings with associated outbuildings, and some small-scale tourist accommodation in the form of hosted and self contained bed and breakfast accommodation. Noise sensitive development such as dwellings should not be undertaken within 500 metres of the Mintaro Slate Quarry. 171
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Pattern of Development
3 4 The minimum allotment size for detached dwellings in the zone should be 10 hectares. An additional allotment of less than 10 hectares in area may be created on the land immediately adjoining the oval to the east, providing potential for the development of a new detached dwelling fronting Jacka Road.

Public Realm
5 There should be minimal infrastructure in the public realm, with the exception of some sensitively designed and located signs.

Building Design
6 Development involving the conservation of existing buildings and structures, the construction of extensions to existing buildings and entirely new buildings should conform to the standards of conservation practice set out in the Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines. Buildings should be sited where they will not intrude on the rural landscape as viewed from the major road approaches to Mintaro and views from within the town.

Landscaping
8 Scattered individual specimens and groups of mature Eucalyptus trees set amongst vineyards and farming activities, as well as trees along ridge and creeklines, should be preserved and complemented with preferably locally indigenous locally indigenous species.

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PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
No kinds of development are complying in the State Heritage Area (Mintaro).

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Advertisement Exceptions Except where: (a) advertisement has an area less than 0.2 square metres (b) provides a message that relates to a lawful use of the land (c) is erected on the same site as that use (d) no more than one (1) advertisement erected on the site.

Amusement hall Amusement machine centre Consulting room in the Town Fringe (Mintaro) Policy Area 9 Demolition of buildings and structures constructed prior to 1930 Development with access to Burton Street in Precinct 3 Northern Residential Dwelling Except for (a) detached dwelling: (i) within the Residential (Mintaro) Policy Area 7 (ii) on allotments of 1.7 hectares or greater in the Rural Living (Mintaro) Policy Area 8 (iii) on an allotment of 10 hectares or greater created after 30 June 2000 in the Town Fringe (Mintaro) Policy Area 9.

Fuel Depot Hotel Industry in the Town Centre (Mintaro) Policy Area 6, Residential (Mintaro) Policy Area 7, and the Town Fringe (Mintaro) Policy Area 9 Intensive animal keeping Except in the Town Centre Policy Area 6. Except for light industry and service industry.

Except for the Rural Living (Mintaro) Policy Area 8.

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Form of Development

Exceptions

Land division in the Residential (Mintaro) Except: Policy Area 7 , Rural Living (Mintaro) (a) where there is no increase in the number of allotments Policy Area 8 and the Town Fringe within Residential (Mintaro) Policy Area 7 or within (Mintaro) Policy Area 9 Precinct 2 Western Residential (b) creating allotments of 1.7 hectares or greater within Rural Living (Mintaro) Policy Area 8. (c) for one additional allotment that may be created immediately east of the oval in the Town Fringe (Mintaro) Policy Area 9 Motel Motor repair station Motor service station Motor showroom Petrol filling station Prescribed mining operations Restaurant Road transport terminal Service trade premises Shop or group of shops Except where (a) the gross leasable area is less than 100 square metres in the Residential (Mintaro) Policy Area 7 and the Town Centre (Mintaro) Policy Area 6. Stock slaughter works Store Warehouse Waste reception, storage, treatment and disposal in the Town Fringe (Mintaro) Policy Area 9. Wrecking yard Except in the Town Fringe (Mintaro) Policy Area 6. Except in the Town Centre (Mintaro) Policy Area 6. Except for extractive industry associated with the Mintaro Slate Quarry. Except in the Town Centre (Mintaro) Policy Area 6. Except in the Town Centre (Mintaro) Policy Area 6.

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Town Centre Zone


Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 3 A centre accommodating a wide range of retail, office, administrative, community, cultural and entertainment facilities appropriate to the needs of the community. Conservation and upgrading of buildings of historic character. Preservation of Torrens Road at Riverton, Main North Road at Auburn and Burra and Belvedere to Marrabel Roads at Saddleworth as the main thoroughfares, and maintenance of access to business houses and services. Rationalisation of vehicular access, car parking and major pedestrian movement paths to provide a safer, more efficient and more attractive environment. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone.

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DESIRED CHARACTER
The zone incorporates the primary business centre of Auburn, Riverton and Saddleworth and accommodates a range of facilities comprising retailing, service, commerce, employment and public uses. Although the zones are well developed, their function as the principal economic and servicing base for the local and district population should be maintained and strengthened through development of vacant allotments. It is desirable that new business and associated development should be contained within the zone so as to keep the zone as compact and efficient as possible, with adequate on-site car parking facilities. New development should be sympathetic to the scale and form of existing buildings in the Town Centre Zone and not overwhelm their individual and small-scale nature. Care needs to be taken to ensure that the existing appearance and style of the built environment is retained. There are a number of substantial buildings in the zone but overall it exhibits a low-profile and is characterized by wide streets, verge planting and pleasant and attractive atmosphere. In particular, the verandahs are seen as an important component of this overall style and should be preserved wherever possible and existing and new development encouraged providing them in a manner consistent with the character of the town centres. The zone also embraces the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area at Auburn, a locality where the historic character, as expressed by the established streetscape and built-forms, reflect many original elements of its development.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
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hotel meeting room motor repair station office petrol filling station restaurant service trade premises shop tourist facility.

Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan. A dwelling should be established only where it is associated with and ancillary to an existing, or part of a proposed use envisaged for the zone.

Form and Character


4 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone.

PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Amusement Machine Centre in the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Dairy Demolition of building and structures in the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Dwelling within the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Dwelling outside the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Except for a single detached dwelling Except a dwelling that is: (a) ancillary to and in association with a non-residential development (b) located on the same allotment. Farming Farm building Fuel depot General industry Horse keeping Horticulture Exceptions

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Form of Development Intensive animal keeping Land division in the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Light industry outside the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Major public service depot Motor repair station in the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Petrol filling station in the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Prescribed mining operation Road transport terminal Service industry in the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Special industry Stock sales yard Service trade premises in the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Stock slaughter works Store in the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Warehouse in the Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Waste reception, storage, treatment or disposal Wrecking yard

Exceptions

Except where it will maintain the traditional pattern and scale of allotments and will not be detrimental to the integrity of a Local or State heritage place.

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Township Zone
Refer to the Map Reference Tables for a list of the maps that relate to this zone.

OBJECTIVES
1 2 Services and facilities grouped together to meet the needs of the local community and the visiting public. Protection and conservation of the small town character of Manoora, Marrabel, Penwortham, Rhynie, Sevenhill, Stockport, Tarlee, Waterloo and Watervale, particularly those areas visible from the main road, comprising a mixture of urban development, vineyards and native vegetation. Increased mix in the range of dwellings available to cater for changing demographics, particularly smaller household sizes and supported accommodation. Conservation and enhancement of the main road streetscape and scenic rural setting of the township. Protection of the creek lines and its associated flood plain and minimisation of property damage or safety risk from the periodic flooding. Retention of the compact nature and scale of residential development within the existing townships. Development that contributes to the desired character of the zone and consist primarily of detached dwellings.

3 4 5 6 7

DESIRED CHARACTER
The zone covers the small settlements of Manoora, Marrabel, Penwortham, Rhynie, Sevenhill, Stockport, Tarlee, Waterloo and Watervale. These townships have a distinct rural character and charm derived from the natural surrounds, sparse development pattern and local heritage buildings. Penwortham and Sevenhill are confined visually by the topographic conditions with a dominant surrounding rural landscape. The topographic features consist of drainage patterns, vineyards, vegetation and valley setting. These townships are likely to face development pressure for a variety of urban activities and land division proposals. Many vacant allotments exist within Penwortham and Sevenhill and further development is restricted to these areas within the Township Zone. Surrounding fringe areas are located in the Horticulture Policy Area within the Primary Production Zone and protected from inappropriate urban development and small allotment land division. This zone also consists of the country townships of Manoora, Marrabel and Watervale. While Watervale is primarily a viticulture area, the other two are typical rural townships to service the rural area. Though not developed to a significant extent, they display an urban character and fulfil a service function for the adjoining rural areas through the existing facilities. The provision of additional limited residential sites and future service facilities in this zone will assist in satisfying the needs of the local community and the travelling public. Whilst there are opportunities for further development on vacant allotments in all three townships, new development should be permitted having regard to the extent of water supply available in these townships. The small rural settlement of Waterloo fulfils a useful urban function in the district. Although not developed to a significant extent, it offers opportunities for further residential development and service facilities to satisfy demand on vacant allotments within the area bounded by Queen, Sydney and Mahood Streets. There are also some vacant allotments to the west of the main road.

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Rhynie, Stockport and Tarlee offer a range of community services for the surrounding rural areas. Opportunity exists for further development within these townships in a planned and coherent manner to ensure the retention of the rural qualities of the towns. Stockport is affected by flooding and it is essential that future development adequately addresses this issue. The Objectives and Principles of Development Control for the zone reflect the need to control land division and land use so that the special character of the settlements can be retained. However, opportunities do exist for existing landowners to amalgamate parcels of land in order to make better use of existing holdings. Building design and overall built form within the zone should be sympathetic to the scale of development in the locality and within the context of its setting with regard to shape, size, materials and colour. Bright colours, including white and smooth cream should not be used. Hillsides should be protected from further development to retain the undeveloped rural landscape backdrop to the settlements.

PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENT CONTROL


Land Use
1 The following forms of development are envisaged in the zone: 2 3 4 community facilities domestic outbuilding in association with a dwelling domestic structure dwelling dwelling addition educational establishment open space recreation area shops where the gross leasable area is less than 250 square metres small-scale commercial development small-scale tourist development supported accommodation.

Development listed as non-complying is generally inappropriate and not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that it does not undermine the objectives and principles of the Development Plan. Residential development should be mainly in the form of low-density detached dwellings, with a limited range of increased density development. Business and commercial development should be of a scale and function consistent with the role of the township as a local service centre supplying a range of goods and services to the local community, the surrounding district and visitors to the area. Industry uses should be restricted to light and service industry activities that provide small-scale facilities to the community or are agriculturally based industries that process local produce.

Form and Character


6 Development should not be undertaken unless it is consistent with the desired character for the zone.

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Dwellings should be designed within the following parameters: Parameter Minimum setback from primary road frontage Value 8 metres 10 metres for primary and secondary arterial roads shown on Overlay Maps Transport. Minimum setback from secondary road frontage Minimum setback from side boundaries 3 metres 1 metre for single storey dwellings 4 metres for two storey dwellings Minimum setback from rear boundary 3 metres for single storey dwellings 6 metres for two storey dwellings Maximum site coverage Maximum building height (from natural ground level) Minimum area of private open space Minimum number of on site car parking spaces (One of which should be covered) 50 per cent 7 metres or 2 storeys whichever is the lesser 60 square metres with a minimum width of 4 metres 2

8 9

Development of a business, commercial or industrial nature should be consolidated with existing facilities to establish identifiable service centres. Sheds, garages and similar outbuildings should be designed within the following parameters: Parameter Maximum floor area Maximum building height (from natural ground level) Maximum wall height (from natural ground level) Minimum setback from side and rear boundaries Minimum setback from a public road or public open space area Value 72 square metres 3.6 metres 3 metres 1 metres 8 metres 10 metres for primary and secondary arterial roads shown on Overlay Maps Transport.

Land Division
10 Allotments should vary in size and be suitable to facilitate a use of land consistent with the objectives for the zone and should have: (a) an area of not less than 1500 square metres (b) an average width of at least 25 metres. (c) and should not be divided in advance of demand (d) and should reflect the development pattern within the zone.

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Flooding
11 No development should be undertaken with land situated within the Stockport Floodplain, as identified on Concept Plan Map CGV/2 Township (Flood Plain) unless professionally certified flood mitigation or remedial measures are undertaken

PROCEDURAL MATTERS
Complying Development
Complying developments are prescribed in Schedule 4 of the Development Regulations 2008.

Non-complying Development
Development (including building work, a change in the use of land, or division of an allotment) for the following is non-complying: Form of Development Airfield Bee keeping Commercial forestry Crematorium Dairy Dwelling Fuel depot General industry Horse keeping Horticulture Intensive animal keeping Prescribed mining operation Road transport terminal Shop or group of shops Special industry Stock sales yard Stock slaughter works Waste reception, storage, treatment or disposal Wrecking yard Except where the gross leasable area is less than 250 square metres. Except for a detached dwelling. Exceptions

Public Notification
Categories of public notification are prescribed in Schedule 9 of the Development Regulations 2008.

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Table Section

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Table Section Table CGV/1 - Building Setbacks from Road Boundaries

Table CGV/1 - Building Setbacks from Road Boundaries


Road Boundary within the Township of Clare Main North Road within: Rural Living Zone - Town Approach Policy Area 5 Farrell Flat Road within: Industry Zone Blyth Road within: District Town Centre Zone Residential Zone Commercial Zone Industry Zone Recreation Zone Deferred Urban Zone Main North Road within District Town Centre Zone Residential Zone Industry Zone Recreation Zone Deferred Urban Zone All other roads Setback distance from road boundary (metres) 15 10 10

10

Road Boundary within Townships other than Clare

Setback distance from road boundary (metres) 10 10 8

Arterial roads shown on Overlay Maps - Transport Tarlee to Stockport Road within the Industry Zone All other roads

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Road Boundary outside of Townships

Setback distance from road boundary (metres) 50 50

Main North Road within the Primary Production Zone Scenic routes as follows: Bayes Road Bennys Hill Road Blyth Road Emu Flat Road Farrell Flat Road Gillentown Road Hughes Park Road Leighton Road Lower Skilly Road Neagle Rock Road Possingham Pit Road Sawmill Road Sevenhill - Mintaro Road Spring Farm Road Spring Gully Road Trillians Hill Road Upper Skilly Road All roads within the Rural Living Zone All other roads

30 8

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Table Section CGV/2 - Design Guidelines for Advertising Signs

Table CGV/2 - Design Guidelines for Advertising Signs


Component / Aspect / Issue 1.1 Advertising and signage on historic and older buildings Guidelines for development Development guidelines: Advertising displays should be fixed to frieze panels and parapets designed for the purpose or in the following positions on buildings.

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Component / Aspect / Issue

Guidelines for development

1.2 Advertisements and signage fixed to walls Advertisements supported by fixing to a wall should be limited to two per site and should comply with the following dimensions.

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Component / Aspect / Issue 1.3 Business identification signs

Guidelines for development Business identification signs should be established in accordance with the following dimensions:

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Table Section Table CGV/3 - Off Street Vehicle Parking Requirements

Table CGV/3 - Off Street Vehicle Parking Requirements


Form of Development Aged persons home Amusement centre Bank Billiard saloon Boarding house Bowling alley Bowling club Bulky goods outlet Child care centre Clubrooms Community centre Concert hall Consulting room Dance hall Exhibition hall Flat (home unit) Funeral parlour General industry Guest house Gymnasium Hospital Hostel Hotel Number of Required Car Parking Spaces 1 per 2 beds 1 per 10 square metres of total floor area of the place 1 per 15 square metres of total floor area of the place 1 per 10 square metres total floor area of the place 1 per 2 beds 1 per 10 square metres total floor area of the place 30 per bowling green 1 per 50 square metres of total floor area of the place 1 per 4 children 1 per 10 square metres total floor area (See Clubrooms) 1 per 5 seats 4 spaces for the first surgery plus 2 per each additional surgery 1 per 10 square metres total floor area of the place 1 per 10 square metres total floor area of the place (See residential flat building) 1 per 5 chapel seats plus provision for vehicles operated by parlour 1 per 50 square metres total floor area or 1 per 2 employees (whichever provides the larger number) 1 per 2 beds 1 per 10 square metres total floor area of the place 1 per 2 beds plus provision for patients to be driven to an entrance within the property 1 per 2 beds 1 per 2 square metres of bar floor area plus 1 per 6 square metres of lounge bar or beer garden floor area, or 1 per 3 guest rooms (whichever provides the larger number) 1 per 25 square metres of total floor area of the place 1 per 50 square metres total floor area, or 1 per 2 employees (whichever provides the larger number) 1 per 5 seats 1 per guest room plus 1 per 3 square metres if a restaurant is provided

Library Light industry, fuel depot, service industry Meeting hall Motel

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Table Section Table CGV/3 - Off Street Vehicle Parking Requirements

Form of Development Motor repair station Motor showroom Multiple dwelling Nursing home Office Petrol filling station Place of public worship Plant nursery Reception hall Residential flat building Restaurant Service station Service trade premises Skating rink Shop Stadium Store Squash court Tavern Tennis court (public) Theatre Tourist accommodation Timber yard Used car lot Warehouse

Number of Required Car Parking Spaces 1 per 50 square metres total floor area or 1 per 2 employees (whichever provides the larger number) 1 per 50 square metres of total floor area or 1 per 2 employees (whichever provides the larger number) 1 roofed per dwelling plus 1 per dwelling for visitor parking 1 per 4 beds 1 per 25 square metres of total floor area providing office accommodation with a minimum of 4 car parking spaces 10 spaces for customer and employee use 1 per 5 seats 1 per 150 square metres total floor area, or car parking space equal to 10 percent of the site (whichever provides the larger number) 1 per 4 square metres floor area devoted to reception area 1 roofed per dwelling, plus 1 per dwelling for visitor parking (See Shop) (See Petrol Filling Station) 1 per 50 square metres of total floor area or 1 per 2 employees (whichever provides the larger number) 1 per 7 square metres floor area of the place 1 per 15 square metres floor area 1 per 10 square metres of floor area of the place 1 per 150 square metres total floor area, or 1 per 3 employees (whichever provides the larger number) 3 per court (See 'Hotel') 3 per court 1 per 5 seats 1 per room See Light Industry See Light Industry 1 per 150 square metres total floor area, or 1 per 3 employees (whichever provides the larger number)

Note: 'Seats' means the number of seats provided or able to be provided.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Table Section Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines

Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines


Component / Aspect / Issue Excavation and filling Guidelines for Development On sloping land, new buildings should be benched into the land, rather than being set on raised platforms, reducing potential soil erosion and the need for and height of retaining walls, while also ensuring that the bulk and scale of buildings is minimised. Breaking large buildings into a number of elements, split level designs and building siting and orientation should be carefully considered.

Inappropriate: Buildings and structures should not be raised too high off the natural ground level. It will stand out unnecessarily.

Appropriate: Buildings and structures should be designed to follow the natural contours of the land as closely as possible. Cut and fill should be evened out.

Inappropriate: Do not excavate more than is required.

Appropriate: Do excavate to maintain adequate access around building. Keep the area and depth of excavation to a minimum.

Appropriate: Mounding should be formed with suitable soil to minimise detrimental effect to the surrounding landscape.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Table Section Table CGV/4 - Mintaro Conservation and Construction Guidelines

Component / Aspect / Issue Building footprints and roof form

Guidelines for Development 1 New buildings should have: (a) simple, small-scale, rectangular floor plans (larger dwellings should incorporate a number of simple, smallscale, rectangular structures joined together) (b) modest principal facade widths of 10 metres to 12 metres, while longer facades include projecting gable elements or similar

these facades/roof forms are too long

(c) steeply pitched roofs (30-40 degrees), that are hipped or gabled with short spans (approximately 3.0m maximum from the ridge to the eaves), supplemented by skillion or lean-to roof elements where necessary. A greater ridge to eaves dimension may be appropriate where a new building is not located in close proximity to an existing historic building with a small ridge to eaves dimension.

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Component / Aspect / Issue

Guidelines for Development

The substantial depths of these building footprints create disproportionally tall roof forms.

Proportions 1 New buildings should have:

(a) floor to ceiling heights between 2.7 metres and 3.0 metres, where wall height represents 66 per cent of overall building height (or at least 50 per cent of overall building height where roof spans approach 4.5 metres from the ridge to the eaves)

(b) faades with a high solid to void ratio, where window and door openings have limited width and vertical proportions

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Component / Aspect / Issue Materials, verandas and detailing

Guidelines for Development 1 New buildings should have: (a) bluestone, sandstone, weatherboard, corrugated steel in galvanized or painted/powder coated finishes, rendered masonry and acrylic finishes (or a combination of these materials) for external walls in dark, earthen colours and greys (imitation stone or slate veneer should not be used) (b) either corrugated galvanized steel sheet or painted/ powder coated steel for roofing on new buildings in grey hues that minimises glare and is compatible with the surrounding landscape and existing buildings (c) straight pitched and concave verandas (not bull-nosed), without elaborate detailing (square rather than fluted or turned veranda posts) (d) simple detailing (mock-historic details such as finials, lacework, elaborate barge boards, quoinwork, colonial bar glazing, bay windows or heavily paneled doors should be avoided) (e) painted timber windows frames and doors and insect screens (aluminum window frames and insect screens may be acceptable where new buildings are not close to historic buildings).

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Component / Aspect / Issue

Guidelines for Development

Modern Post

Metal Post/Column

Traditional Post

Fences, hedges and gates 1

Fencing should be minimised, but where necessary it should emphasise the character of a country town by being of an open type and no higher than 1.2 metres. Suitable fence styles are post and rail, post and plain strand wire, timber picket, low height stonewalls and hedging. Trested pine posts should only be used for rear and side boundary fencing, and not for front fencing (the green colour and smooth finish of treated pine posts is generally uncomplimentary to the character of streets in Mintaro). Slate walls should be retained, restored and where appropriate, extended. Existing hedges should be retained. Wrought iron gates should be retained or reinstated. New fencing to existing heritage buildings should either be stone walling, hedging or original timber pickets, and should not compromise the open character of the town.

2 3 4

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Component / Aspect / Issue Garages, carports, and outbuildings

Guidelines for Development 1 Garages and carports should be freestanding so that they do not increase the bulk and scale of the main building. They should also be located at the rear of dwellings so that garages, garage doors and carports do not negatively impact on the streetscape, views to the main buildings and other historic buildings, and the open character of the town. Outbuildings, including garages and carports, should: (a) be simple in their architectural form and detailing, with rectilinear floor plans and maximum floor area of 72 square metres (i.e. 6 metres by 12 metres) in the residential parts of Mintaro and 135 square metres (i.e. 7.5 metres by 18 metres) in the rural living parts of Mintaro:

Carport dominates the associated dwelling

Carport too ornate

separate garage is located behind the dwelling with a low scale structure linking the two buildings

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Component / Aspect / Issue

Guidelines for Development (b) include a combination of steeply pitched gabled or hipped roofs (approximately 30-40 degrees, similar to the associated dwelling) with breaks in roof forms or skillion roof to minimise the bulk and scale of large outbuildings (c) use corrugated galvanized steel sheet or painted/powder coated steel roofing, together with walls of stone, rendered masonry, weatherboard or corrugated steel in galvanized or painted/powder coated finishes (or a combination of these materials) in dark, earthen colours.

3 Rainwater tanks should:

(a) be limited in size (a number of smaller tanks are more appropriate than one large tank) (b) be located as inconspicuously as possible (at the rear of associated buildings, partially or total below ground, screened by vegetation) (c) have a corrugated profile that is complementary to traditional galvanized iron tanks.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Table Section Table CGV/5 - Local Heritage Places

Table CGV/5 - Local Heritage Places


Property Address Description and/or Extent of Listed Place Lot Plan No. No. or Part Sec Certificate of Title Section 23(4) Criteria DPLG ID

Blyth Road ARMAGH Norfolk house Old Blyth Road ARMAGH Hilltown Road BARINIA Old Blyth Road BENBOURNIE Outa-Wurta Road BOCONNOC PARK Main North Road BUNGAREE Main North Road BUNGAREE Main North Road BUNGAREE Main North Road BUNGAREE Farrell Flat Road CLARE Lennon Street CLARE Former Armagh School (Hall) Former Hill River Station Woolshed Stanley Cooper Mine Workings Kookynie Homestead Road Bridge Road Bridge Road Bridge Road Bridge Hill River Station Complex Oaks Lennon Street 3012 406 406 405 H230500 H230500 H230500 H230500 726 1977 H231200 H230500

CT 2351/1 LT C/40

14519 14518 14512 14516

CT 2819/178

14517 14507 14508 14506 14505

CT 3431/58

17630 14501

254 Main North Road National Bank CLARE 19 Mill Street CLARE School Building Main North Road CLARE Main North Road CLARE Old North Road CLARE Pioneer Avenue CLARE Union Street CLARE Primary School/Residence Post Box VR Court House Pioneer Tree Windsorlodge

CT 281/145 CT 2366/68 CT 276/145

14497 14496 14499 14498

CT 313/209 CT 1243/185 CT 2533/132 CT 2323/167 CT 3224/92

14495 14502 14503 14500 14504

Victoria Road CLARE St. Michael's Church Lot 597 CLARE Wolta Wolta

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Property Address

Description and/or Extent of Listed Place Former Railway Dam Hill River Station Tree Plantation

Lot Plan No. No. or Part Sec

Certificate of Title

Section 23(4) Criteria

DPLG ID

Ohlmyer Park Road EMU FLAT Farrell Flat Road HILL RIVER

CT 1100/39 211 210 601 206 517 519 711 712 713 519 H230500 H230500 H230500 H230500 H230500 H230500 H230500 H230500 H230500 H230500

14520 14536

Farrell Flat Road HILL RIVER Hilltown Road HILLTOWN

Former Hill River Station Outbuildings and yards Hill River Station Outbuildings

14515

CT 3431/58 714 H230500 CT 2338/93 CT 2406/51 CT 2393/57 CT 2293/88 CT 4023/47 CT 34/23

14513 14514 14528 14529 14532 14531 14527 14535

Camels Hump Range Stone Wall HILLTOWN Main North Road PENWORTHAM Main North Road PENWORTHAM Main North Road PENWORTHAM Main North Road PENWORTHAM Main North Road PENWORTHAM Pawelski Road PENWORTHAM Pawelski Road PENWORTHAM Pawleski Road PENWORTHAM Seipelt Lane PENWORTHAM Cottage (Mathy's) Cottage (G.D. Young) Cottage (Dave Jenner) Flour Mill Ruins, Manager's Residence Cottage (Apple Shed) St. Mark's Church of England, Cemetery & Parsonage Penwortham Cemetery Horrock's Tree Suicide Hill

CT 34/23 CT 2218/32 CT 34/23 67 193 H230500 H230500

14533 14534 14530 14537

Polish Hill Road Church of St. POLISH HILL RIVER Stanislaus Main North Road SEVENHILL Main North Road SEVENHILL Cottage (Nykiel) Cottage (Laura Davies) 200 CT 768/14

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Property Address

Description and/or Extent of Listed Place Cottage (Edward Penna) House (Mary Thomas) (N. Dunn's) Wendouree Winery

Lot Plan No. No. or Part Sec

Certificate of Title

Section 23(4) Criteria

DPLG ID

Main North Road SEVENHILL Dunns Range Road SPRING FARM Wendouree Road East SPRING FARM Springfarm Road SPRING FARM Gaelic Cemetery Road STANLEY FLAT Main North Road STANLEY FLAT Roach Road STANLEY FLAT

CT 147/2137 CT 2861/156 CT 849/44 CT 4026/571 H230500 CT 13/67

14525 14522 14521 14523 14510

Wendouree Cemetery PT 110 Stanley Flat Cemetery

Former Hotel (House that Jack Built) Former White Hut School

CT 2424/68 CT 481/65

14509 14511

Note: This table was last updated on 24 June 2008.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Table Section Table CGV/6 - State Heritage Places

Table CGV/6 - State Heritage Places


Property Address Description and/or Extent of Listed Place Dwelling and Museum (former Miner's Home Hotel & Outbuilding) Former Creasy's Brickyard ruins Joseph Meller 's Quarry Lot No. or Part Sec A489 Plan No. Certificate of Title Section 16 Criteria SA Heritage Register ID 13052

Blyth Road ARMAGH VIA CLARE High Street ARMAGH VIA CLARE Finns Road, Eyre Creek, near AUBURN Government Road, Via AUBURN

F191051 CT 5824/874 a b

A6 A7 A2

F107792 CT 5187/295 b F107792 CT 5187/296 F7208 CT 5295/874

13051

13023

Function Centre (Former Upper Skilly Bible Christian Chapel)

A19

F130894 CT 5239/712 a c f g

14620

24 Main North Road Former Shoe Factory AUBURN Main North Road AUBURN Main North Road AUBURN Main North Road (outside No. 16) AUBURN Main Road AUBURN Main Road AUBURN 2 St Vincent Street AUBURN 4 St Vincent Street AUBURN

A859

F168988 CT 5794/844 F174 F15571 CT 5511/215 CT 5483/425 b

14543 10999 14545 16262

Auburn Uniting (former Bible A1 Christian) Church Auburn Institute and Town Hall Mounting Steps, Auburn A1 ROAD RESERVE A11 A10 A842

H231500 N/A

Former Glover's Store and Dwelling Former Riverview Pottery (former Store)

D69459 D69459

CT 5959/999 a b f CT 5959/998

14540 14542 10075

F168971 CT 5671/799 F168957 CT 5661/909

Auburn Post Office & former A828 Telegraph Station & Dwelling Museum (former Auburn Police Station) A91 A50 A203

F207085 CR 5581/713 D37895 D64325 CT 5159/686 CT 5929/675

10076 10074 10073

12 St Vincent Street Dwelling (Miss Mabel's AUBURN Cottage) & Shop St Vincent Street AUBURN 28 Agnes Street CLARE 7 Dominic Street CLARE Library (former Upper Wakefield Council Chambers) Dwelling ('Bleak House') Leasingham Winery (Cellar Door & Board Room)

A85 & 86 A207

F217849 CT 5737/626 D377 CT 5326/165

10065 14557

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Property Address

Description and/or Extent of Listed Place St Barnabas Anglican Church Hill River Station (Homestead and Coach House/Stables)

Lot No. or Part Sec A5 A16

Plan No.

Certificate of Title

Section 16 Criteria

SA Heritage Register ID 14555 10079

Farrell Flat Road CLARE Fisher Road, near CLARE

D59574

CT 5899/410 a d f

F156301 CT 5288/920

Hope Street CLARE Bain Rotunda, Soldier's Memorial Park 137 Main North Road CLARE 189 Main North Road CLARE 203 Main North Road CLARE 243 Main North Road CLARE Main North Road CLARE Main North Road CLARE Clare Primary School (former High School) Former AMP [Australian Mutual Provident Society] Building Former Clare Town Hall ANZ (former ES & A Clare Branch) Bank Soldier's Memorial Gates, Clare Inchiquin Homestead (including early additions and outbuildings), stone walls and stables

A100 A74 A1

D377 D377 F7179

CT 5222/312 CT 5830/453 b e CT 5498/152

11779 14556 10070

A5 A6 A39 & 45 A101

F7179 D488 D377 F33276

CT 5856/419 CT 5860/448 CT 5222/312 CT 5163/254 a d g

14554 14553 11781 14552

2 Mill Street CLARE Offices (former Dwelling) Neagles Rock Road National Trust Museum CLARE (former Casualty Hospital, former Clare Courthouse and Police Station) Old North Road CLARE 2 Pioneer Avenue CLARE Polish Hill Road, near CLARE Via CLARE Clare Institute Library Tim Knappstein Winery (former Enterprise Brewery & Chimney) Museum (former Polish River Catholic Church of St Stanislaus) Bungaree Homestead Complex including the Homestead, Manager's House, Council Chamber, Stables, Office/Store, Men's Kitchen, Shearing Shed, Shearer's Quarters, Swaggie's Hut, Stallion Box and Gate House

A3 S481

F125993 CT 5228/748 H230500 CR 5754/389

10161 10077

A372 A1

F190934 CT 5672/65 F128524 CT 5232/187

10072 10105

A468

F191030 CT 5833/900

10080

A538 Q97 A1

F191100 CT 5354/150 F216436 CT 5622/744 D22478 CT 5781/177

13048

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Property Address

Description and/or Extent of Listed Place

Lot No. or Part Sec

Plan No.

Certificate of Title

Section 16 Criteria

SA Heritage Register ID 14558

Victoria Road CLARE

A201 Former Clare Wesleyan Methodist Church Complex A202 (including 1857 Chapel [now a dwelling], 1866 Church [now Uniting] and 1888 Hall) Wendouree Cellars Dwelling ('Hope Cottage') Upper Skilly Cemetery A133 A17 A769

D33564 D33564

CT 5424/107 a CT 5419/196

Wendouree Road East CLARE 11 Wright Street CLARE Government Road, Via LEASINGHAM VIA WATERVALE John Street MANOORA

F190695 CT 5828/689 a D9 CT 6011/675

13053 10078 13026

F168898 CT 5675/211

Manoora Railway Station & A73 Yard, including Goods Shed, A75 A74 Water Tower, Crane and Palm Trees Manoora Sandstone Quarry Manoora Institute Merildin Railway Station & Yards Mintaro Mews (former Shop & Dwelling) Dwelling ('Martindale Hall'), Coach House, Stables, Manager's Dwelling (former Harness Room) & Pump House Ruins, Martindale Hall Conservation Park Mounting Steps, Mintaro Dwelling (former Mintaro Police Station) Dwelling Mintaro Primary School Former Mintaro Slate Mine Office & Dwelling Dwelling, Outbuilding & Fence Magpie & Stump Hotel A100 A1 Q1 & 2 Q3 A1 A1

D40451 D40451 D40451

CT 5308/795 CT 5308/797 CT 5675/263

12377

Near MANOORA Weymouth Street MANOORA Bowman Road MERILDIN VIA MINTARO Burra Road MINTARO Burra Street MINTARO

F216697 CT 5739/269 D748 D33086 D33086 F20096 D19214 CT 5798/496 CT 5305/952 CT 5673/529 CT 5462/68 CR 5372/406

13022 13021 12376

11646 10067

Burra Street MINTARO Burra Street MINTARO Church Street MINTARO Church Street MINTARO Hill Street MINTARO Hill Street MINTARO Lot 9 Leasingham Road MINTARO

ROAD RESERVE S569 A108 A62 A340 A91, 92 A9

N/A H230500 CT 5610/397 F213197 CT 5590/562 F13527 CT 5830/737

10069 10205 11645 11710 11707 11709 10201

F169279 CT 5410/171 F170283 CT 5789/882 D48509 CT 5714/671

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Property Address

Description and/or Extent of Listed Place Shop & Cottage

Lot No. or Part Sec A22

Plan No.

Certificate of Title CT 5805/686 CT 5867/961

Section 16 Criteria

SA Heritage Register ID 11649 10066 11643 11647 11648 11650 11718 11720 11721 11715 11711

Lot 22 Leasingham Road MINTARO Leasingham Road MINTARO Leasingham Road MINTARO Leasingham Road MINTARO Leasingham Road MINTARO Leasingham Road MINTARO Leasingham Road MINTARO Leasingham Road MINTARO Leasingham Road MINTARO Mintaro Road MINTARO Slate Quarry Road MINTARO Wakefield Street MINTARO Wakefield Street MINTARO Wakefield Street MINTARO Young Street MINTARO Young Street MINTARO MINTARO NAVAN VIA RIVERTON Main North Road PENWORTHAM VIA CLARE PETERS HILL VIA RIVERTON

D38210 D58408

Dwelling (former Devonshire A15 Hotel & Footway) Former Carpenter's Workshop & Dwelling Dwelling (former Shop & Dwelling) Dwelling (former Shop & Dwelling) A321 A348 A2

F169260 CT 5833/700 F169287 CT 5774/815 D25170 CT 5135/579

Mintaro Institute & Civic Hall A96 Former Blacksmith Shop Former Carpenter's Workshop/Stables Dwelling - Jolly House Mintaro Cemetery Mintaro Slate Quarries A30 A31 A91 S612 A316 A319 A317 A10 A93 A356 A65 A66 A138

F212328 CT 5560/898 D74517 D74517 CT 6009/653 CT 6009/654

F178469 CT 5355/157 H230500 CT 151/155 F169255 CT 5918/480 F169258 CT 5918/481 F169256 CT 5918/482 D48509 CT 5714/672

Former Flour Mill Dwelling ('Wakefield Cottage') Dwelling & Kitchen Dwelling (former Mintaro Anglican Church) Dwelling Dwelling ('Kadlunga') & Fence

11644 11714 11716 11695 11699 10200 13958 abefg 13057

F207949 CT 5469/205 F169295 CT 5553/889 F13527 F13527 CT 5393/677 CT 5481/257

F170291 CT 5952/342 F168417 CT 5502/5 D4093 CT 5698/210 D57727 CT 5856/50

Dwelling - Connell's Cottage A288 A1 John Horrock's (sometime Green's) Cottage & Shed Original Peters Hill Cemetery A100

Q143

F214538 CT 5630/409

13038

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Property Address

Description and/or Extent of Listed Place Former Rhynie Council Chambers

Lot No. or Part Sec A800

Plan No.

Certificate of Title CT 6051/973

Section 16 Criteria

SA Heritage Register ID 13045

348 Main North Road RHYNIE VIA RIVERTON Barrier Highway RIVERTON 21-23 Frederick Place RIVERTON Off Jean Place RIVERTON

D82055

Holy Trinity Anglican Church A3 Dwelling - Three Row Cottages Former Riverton Railway Station, including station building, signal cabin, water tower and goods shed Wooroora Winery Cellar Ruins Mounting Steps, Riverton Gottlieb Noack's Residence & Farm Two Storey House, Detached Kitchen and Outbuilding Former Butchers Shop and Bakery, Dwelling & Domestic Building Riverton Hotel Riverton Agencies Shop Central Hotel Scholz Park (former Blacksmith's & Wheelwright's Shops) Huppatz Cemetery St Stephen's Catholic Church & Graveyard A16 A193 Q107 109

D51335

CT 5674/924

13042 13027 10097

F105561 CT 5161/773 F168322 CT 5378/396 D33536 CT 5135/608

Off Main North Road, near RIVERTON Masters Street RIVERTON Riverton-Marrabel Road near RIVERTON Strickland Road RIVERTON 17 Torrens Road RIVERTON 27 Torrens Road RIVERTON 33 Torrens Road RIVERTON 41 Torrens Road RIVERTON Torrens Road RIVERTON near RIVERTON Barrier Highway near SADDLEWORTH College Road SEVENHILL VIA CLARE

A296 A296 FOOTPATH A253

F168425 CT 5688/43 F168425 CT 5688/44 H160200 N/A F168382 CT 5805/874 ab

13043

13047 13040

A219

F23878

CT 5279/37

13035

A16 A17 A2 A136 A32 A144 A10 A11, 12 A320 A457

D52451 D52451

CT 5693/309 CT 5693/310

13033

F133451 CT 6005/866 F168265 CT 5742/366 D50 CT 5372/432 d f F168273 CT 5372/784 D51 D51 CT 5822/380 CT 5841/203

13032 13030 13029 10108

F168449 CT 5369/135 a c f F168586 CT 5358/373

13039 13016

Q5, 6 & 7 Sevenhill Complex, comprising the St Aloysius Catholic Church, St Aloysius College, Sevenhill Cellars, Shrines and Sevenhill Cemetery

F208259 CT 5672/737 a b e f g

13056

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Property Address

Description and/or Extent of Listed Place Shed (former Pfitzner Stable) Undalya Bridge over the River Wakefield [Bowstring Truss] Former Stanley (former Coles) Grammar School

Lot No. or Part Sec S42

Plan No.

Certificate of Title

Section 16 Criteria

SA Heritage Register ID 13014

Frederick Road TARNMA VIA SADDLEWORTH Main Road UNDALYA VIA AUBURN Commercial Road WATERVALE

H160900 CT 5467/765

ROAD RESERVE A25 A54 Q91, 92 A97 S19 S752

R221

N/A

10209

D56 F28317 F208240 F171402 H231500 H231500

CT 5220/456 CT 5414/595 CT 5907/455 CT 5476/832 CT 5476/846 CT 5476/835

10207 13025 13024

Great Northern Quelltaler (former Road WATERVALE Springvale) Winery Hughes Park, Near WATERVALE Hughes Park Homestead Complex, including Dwelling, Dairy, Blacksmithy, Stables, Petrol House, Coach House, Cottages, Offices, Garage and Manager?s House Mounting Steps (two sets), Watervale Watervale Community Hall (former Foresters' Lodge Hall)

Main North Road WATERVALE Main North Road WATERVALE Main North Road WATERVALE South Terrace WATERVALE Rhynie-Balaklava Road, near WOOLSHED FLAT

ROAD RESERVE A1

H231500 N/A F125072 CT 5219/457

10071 12629

Dwelling (formerly Winifred A281 the Washerwoman's House) Rosenberg Winery A16

F169220 CT 5452/155 D67381 CT 5945/455

13011 13013 13046

Former Woolshed Flat A354 Wesleyan Methodist Church

F175674 CT 5655/607

Note: this table was last updated on 14 February 2011 and is an extract from the South Australian Heritage Register established under Section 13(1) of the Heritage Places Act 1993. In the event of a discrepancy between this extract and the South Australian Heritage Register, the South Australian Heritage Register shall prevail.

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Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Mapping Section

Mapping Section
Map Reference Tables Spatial Extent Maps Bushfire Risk Maps Concept Plan Maps

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Map Reference Tables


Index Maps
Map Reference Council Index Map

Zone Maps
Zone Name Bulk Handling Zone Caravan and Tourist Park Zone Commercial Zone Deferred Urban Zone District Town Centre Zone Industry Zone Primary Production Zone Zone Map Numbers CGV/13, CGV/18 CGV/15, CGV/24 CGV/15, CGV/16, CGV/21, CGV/23 CGV/15, CGV/16, CGV/20 CGV/20, CGV/22, CGV/23, CGV/13, CGV/15, CGV/16, CGV/18, CGV/20, CGV/21, CGV/23 CGV/1, CGV/2, CGV/3, CGV/4, CGV/5, CGV/6, CGV/7, CGV/8, CGV/9, CGV/10, CGV/11, CGV/12, CGV/13, CGV/14, CGV/15, CGV/16, CGV/17, CGV/18, CGV/19, CGV/20, CGV/21, CGV/22, CGV/23, CGV/24, CGV/25, CGV/26, CGV/27 CGV/15, CGV/16, CGV/20, CGV/21, CGV/23, CGV/24 CGV/3, CGV/5, CGV/12, CGV/13, CGV/15, CGV/16, CGV/20, CGV/21, CGV/22, CGV/23, CGV/24, CGV/26, CGV/27 CGV/20, CGV/22, CGV/23, CGV/24 CGV/4, CGV/5, CGV/13, CGV/23, CGV/24, CGV/26, CGV/27 CGV/8, CGV/9 CGV/12, CGV/16, CGV/26, CGV/27 CGV/6, CGV/10, CGV/11, CGV/14, CGV/17, CGV/18, CGV/19, CGV/25

Recreation Zone Residential Zone Rural Landscape Protection Zone Rural Living Zone State Heritage Area (Mintaro) Town Centre Zone Township Zone

Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Maps


Policy Area Name Historic (Conservation) Policy Area shown within Overlay Maps - Heritage CGV/26, CGV/27

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Policy Area Maps


Policy Area Name East Terrace Policy Area 1 Horticulture Policy Area 2 Policy Area Map Numbers CGV/23 CGV/2, CGV/3, CGV/4, CGV/5, CGV/6, CGV/7, CGV/20, CGV/21, CGV/22, CGV/23, CGV/24, CGV/25, CGV/26, CGV/27 CGV/3, CGV/5, CGV/21, CGV/23 CGV/15, CGV/16 CGV/23, CGV/24 CGV/9 CGV/8, CGV/9 CGV/8, CGV/9 CGV/8, CGV/9

Clare Low Density Housing Policy Area 3 Riverton Low Density Housing Policy Area 4 Town Approach Policy Area 5 Town Centre (Mintaro) Policy Area 6 Residential (Mintaro) Policy Area 7 Rural Living (Mintaro) Policy Area 8 Township Fringe (Mintaro) Policy Area 9

Precinct Maps
Precinct Name Precinct 1 Core Residential Precinct 2 Western Residential Precinct 3 Northern Residential Precinct 4 Eastern Residential Precinct Map Numbers CGV/9 CGV/8, CGV/9 CGV/9 CGV/9

Overlay Maps
Title Location Overlay Map Numbers CGV/1, CGV/2, CGV/3, CGV/4, CGV/5, CGV/6, CGV/7, CGV/8, CGV/9, CGV/10, CGV/11, CGV/12, CGV/13, CGV/14, CGV/15, CGV/16, CGV/17, CGV/18, CGV/19, CGV/20, CGV/21, CGV/22, CGV/23, CGV/24, CGV/25, CGV/26, CGV/27 CGV/1, CGV/2, CGV/4, CGV/5, CGV/6, CGV/7, CGV/10, CGV/12, CGV/13, CGV/14, CGV/15, CGV/16, CGV/17, CGV/18, CGV/20, CGV/21, CGV/23, CGV/24, CGV/25, CGV/26, CGV/27 CGV/1, CGV/2, CGV/3, CGV/4, CGV/5, CGV/6, CGV/7, CGV/8, CGV/9, CGV/10, CGV/12, CGV/14, CGV/15, CGV/16, CGV/20, CGV/22, CGV/23, CGV/25, CGV/26, CGV/27

Transport Heritage

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Bushfire Protection Overlay Maps


Bushfire Map Type Bushfire Protection - Bushfire Risk BPA Map Numbers CGV/1, CGV/2, CGV/3, CGV/4, CGV/5, CGV/6, CGV/7, CGV/8, CGV/9, CGV/10, CGV/11, CGV/12, CGV/13, CGV/14, CGV/15, CGV/16, CGV/17, CGV/18, CGV/19, CGV/20, CGV/21, CGV/22, CGV/23, CGV/24, CGV/25, CGV/26, CGV/27, CGV/28, CGV/29, CGV/30, CGV/31, CGV/32, CGV/33, CGV/34, CGV/35, CGV/36

Concept Plan Maps


Concept Plan Title Western Residential Township (Flood Plain) Square Mile Road Concept Plan Map Numbers CGV/1 CGV/2 CGV/3

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Spatial Extent Maps

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Northern Areas Council


RD

BL ACK ROCK-CLARE

Brinkworth

Hilltown

Burra

G
R DE OY

W
Y

CGV/2
RD LYT H H-B RT WO INK BR

CGV/3

Goyder Council

ARE RD IEL-CL LO CH

Blyth

CGV/4

Clare

CGV/5
Sevenhill

Farrell Flat

Kybunga

Wakefield Regional Council

CGV/6

Penworthham

CGV/8

Mintaro

CGV/9

Watervale Manoora
HW Y

CGV/7

Auburn
AU

CGV/1

CGV/10

CGV/11

Waterloo

Robertstown

Halbury

AKEFIE PORT W

LD

U -A

RN BU

RD

UR NS

DD

LE

W ORT

Saddleworth
Y

HR

CGV/12
D

BAR R IER

HW

Balaklava

CGV/14
Rhynie

AR RI E

HWY

BARRIER

CGV/13
B

Point Pass
L DD SA

E DS WORL

EW

O RT

ND

CGV/15

EU D

Y HW

H-

UND A

RD

Riverton

CGV/17

Marrabel
EUDUNDA RD

Hampden

Eudunda

THI EL

E HWY

For the purposes of the Development Plan unless otherwise clearly indicated, the zone/policy area/precinct boundaries depicted on or intended to be fixed by Maps CGV/1 to Map CGV/27 inclusive shall be read as conforming in all respects (as the case may require) to the land division boundaries, to the centre line of roads or drain reserves or to the title boundaries, or to imaginary straight lines joining the positions defined by survey or by the measurements shown on the said maps against which the said zone/policy area/precinct boundaries are shown or otherwise indicated.

25 km

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MA IN

NO RT

Long Plains

Mallala Council

RD

E VERARD CENTR
L ALA RD AL-M AL

Hamilton Owen

Tarlee

CGV/18 CGV/19
Stockport

Light Regional Council


Kapunda

Hamley Bridge

EUROMINA ANAMA
BLACK ROCK-CLA RE R D

ANDREWS Council

Northern Areas
LEIGHTON GUM CREEK

Brinkworth

Hilltown

HILLTOWN

Burra

BARINIA

G
R DE OY

HART

W
Y

CGV/2 CGV/4

STANLEY FLAT

CGV/3

Goyder Council

ARE RD IEL-CL LO CH

BLYTH

Halbury

AKEFIE PORT W

LD

U -A

RN BU

RD

AUBURN

UNDALYA

DD

LE

W ORT

Saddleworth
Y

HR

SADDLEWORTH
D

BAR

CGV/7

UR NS

R IER

HW Y

HW

Balaklava

RHYNIE

AR RI E

Wakefield Regional Council

HW Y

BARRIER

LINWOOD

25 km

Council Office Railways Tourist Routes Waterbodies

Conservation Park Development Plan Boundary

Location Map CGV/1


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MA IN

NO RT

Long Plains

Mallala Council

RD

RD LYT H H-B RT WO INK BR

Blyth

Clare

EMU FLAT SPRING GULLY

CGV/5

HILL RIVER

Farrell Flat
FARRELL FLAT STANLEY

PORTER LAGOON

POLISH Sevenhill HILL RIVER

Kybunga

KYBUNGA

Penworthham
WATERVALE

CGV/8

Mintaro

CGV/9

MINTARO

BLACK SPRINGS

APOINGA BRADY CREEK

CGV/6 Watervale CGV/10


HOYLETON MANOORA

Auburn
AU

Waterloo Manoora CGV/11

WATERLOO

TOTHILL BELT

Robertstown

CGV/12
EW

STEELTON TOTHILL CREEK

NGAPALA

HALBURY

CGV/13
B

Point Pass

E DS WORL

L DD SA

WOOLSHED FLAT

O R

ND

CGV/14
SALTER SPRINGS

Rhynie

-E U

Y HW

TH

DU ND A

Riverton

RIVERTON

CGV/15

CGV/17

RD

MARRABEL

Marrabel
EUDUNDA RD

JULIA HAMPDEN

Hampden Eudunda
THI EL

TARNMA HAMILTON

E HWY

E VERARD CENTR

GILES CORNER

Hamilton
TARLEE

BUCHANAN

L ALA RD AL-M AL

Owen

ALMA

Tarlee

CGV/18

CGV/19
HAMLEY BRIDGE

STOCKPORT

Light Regional Council


KAPUNDA Kapunda

Hamley Bridge

Stockport
BETHEL

Northern Areas Council


BLACK ROCK-CLA RE R D

Brinkworth

Hilltown

Burra

CGV/3 CGV/2
RD LYTH H-B RT WO INK BR

Goyder Council

YD ER

HW

ARE RD IEL-CL LO CH

Blyth

Clare

CGV/4

CGV/5
Sevenhill

Farrell Flat

Kybunga

CGV/6

Penworthham

CGV/8

Mintaro

CGV/9
Watervale Manoora
HW Y

CGV/10

Wakefield Regional Council


Halbury

CGV/7

Auburn
B UR NS
AU

CGV/11

Waterloo

Robertstown

D DL

EW O RTH

Saddleworth
HW

RD

BAR

R IER

AR RI E

Balaklava

CGV/14

Rhynie

BARRIER

HWY

CGV/13
B

CGV/12
L DD SA

Point Pass

E DS WORL

EW O

ND

-E

Y HW

TH

UD UND A

Riverton

RD

Marrabel

CGV/17
EUDUNDA RD

Hampden Eudunda
THI EL
E HWY

CGV/15

Hamilton

Owen
EVERAR

Tarlee

CGV/18

Light Regional Council

CGV/19

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Overlay Map CGV/1


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Development Plan Boundary

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MA I

NO RT H

Long Plains

Mallala Council

D CENTRAL-MALLALA RD

Stockport
RD

Hamley Bridge

Kapunda

Northern Areas Council


RD

Brinkworth

BL ACK ROCK-CLARE

Hilltown

Burra

G
ER YD O

W
Y

CGV/2
R LYT H H-B RT WO INK BR

CGV/3

Goyder Council

Clare

Farrell Flat

ARE RD IEL-CL LO CH

Kybunga

Wakefield Regional Council

Halbury

IEL D WAKEF PORT

-AU

RD RN BU

UR NS

DD

LE

W ORT

HR

CGV/12
D

BAR R IER

Auburn
AU

HW

HW

AR RI E

Blyth

CGV/4

CGV/5

Sevenhill

CGV/8
Penworthham

Mintaro

CGV/9 CGV/6
Watervale

CGV/10
Manoora

Waterloo

CGV/7

CGV/11

Robertstown

Balaklava

CGV/14

Rhynie CGV/15 Riverton


HWY

BARRIER

Saddleworth

Point Pass
E DS W ORL
L DD SA

CGV/13

EW

O RT
HEU D

ND Y HW

UND A

RD

Marrabel
EUDUNDA RD

CGV/17

Hampden Eudunda
THI E L
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For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

MAI N

NO

RT H

Long Plains

Mallala Council

Hamley Bridge

25 km

State heritage place Local heritage place State Heritage Area Development Plan Boundary

Overlay Map CGV/1


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RD

E VERARD CENTR
L ALA RD AL-M AL

Hamilton

Owen

Tarlee

CGV/18 CGV/19
Stockport

Light Regional Council


Kapunda

Northern Areas Council


BLACK ROCK-CLARE
RD

Brinkworth

Hilltown

Burra

G
ER YD O

W
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CGV/2
R LYT H H-B RT WO INK BR

CGV/3

Goyder Council

Clare

Farrell Flat

ARE RD IEL-CL LO CH

Kybunga

Wakefield Regional Council

UR NS
AD

DL

EW

ORTH R

CGV/12
D

BAR

RI ER H

WY

HW

AR RI E

Blyth

CGV/5 CGV/4
Sevenhill

CGV/8

PrPro

Penworthham

Mintaro

CGV/6
Watervale

CGV/9

PrPro
CGV/10 CGV/7
Auburn
B AU

Waterloo Manoora

CGV/11

Robertstown

Halbury

Saddleworth

Point Pass
E DS W ORL
L DD SA

CGV/13
Balaklava

EW

CGV/14
Rhynie

O RT -E U
H

ND Y HW

CGV/15
Riverton
HW Y

DU ND A

RD

Marrabel
EUDUNDA RD

CGV/17

Hampden Eudunda
THI E L
E HWY

BARRIER

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

MA IN

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Mallala Council

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PrPro

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Primary Production Zone Boundary Development Plan Boundary

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RD

E VERARD CENTR
L ALA RD AL-M AL

Hamilton

Owen

Tarlee

CGV/18 CGV/19
Hamley Bridge Stockport

Light Regional Council


Kapunda

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


I TL S MA J A ME

A11

A147

A1 A13 A14 A2

A149

A148

A ND RD

A12

MOUNT TINLINE RD

Bungaree
Q97

A151

A150

A544

RD

A95

A96

HART

A97

A153

A538

A539

A152

A93

A98

S364

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

EP AR KR D

A603
HA -C RT

A525

BLACK

Wakefield Regional Council

BUNGAREE
S365

ROCK-CL ARE

BARINIA

S230 S231

COLES RD

MAP CGV/3 Adjoins

RD

A607

LI T

LA

RE

A526 A524

A100 A2

Q605

TL

T RD KOU LOO

S3029 S2294 A97 S2295 S2293

Q5

A5

A101

MAIN

BARINIA RD

A527 A521

S233

S3002

A1 S2292

BENBOURNIE
A96

A2

S1997
OR E R ROSSM

S3030 A4

S238 S239

Stanley Flat

S59

S3000

S3001

KILL MCAS

ETERY RD GAELIC CEM

TH NOR

A779

Q93
DBR STRA OOKE RD

A7
NOBLE RD

A2

BLYTH
S678

S1996

A516

STANLEY FLAT

RD

A98
ROAC H RD

A8
ROAC

H RD

Q94 Q91 A640


ST RAD

A653 A10

A1

ROBIN

M RD BASHA

D SON R

A115 Q120 A103

Q92

Q201 A200

S238

A20

LE STAN

D RD Y STU

BROO KE RD

RD

S253

S250
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ON MACD

D ALD R

A1226

A1225

A101

A625

A643

A91 S229

A8 A102
O

A118

Q119 A307 A308

RD

S249 A622 A91

A631 A94
R KIMBE

RA E

ARMAGH MAP CGV/4 Adjoins


A310 A1 A2

A1

A2

A3

A624

RD

Q94

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

S224

2,000 m

Location Map CGV/2


Tourist Routes Development Plan Boundary

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I TL S MA J A ME

A11

A147

A1 A13 A14 A2

A149

A148

A ND RD

A12

MOUNT TINLINE RD

Bungaree
Q97

A151

A150

A544

RD

A95

A96 A97

A153

A538

A539

A152

A93

ROCK-CL ARE

A94

A98

A99

S364

A532

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

EP AR KR D

A603
HA -C RT

A525

BLACK

Wakefield Regional Council

S365

S230 S231

COLES RD

MAP CGV/3 Adjoins

RD

A607

LI T

LA

RE

A526 A524

A100 A2

Q605

TL

T RD KOU LOO

S3029 S2294
D OR E R ROSSM

Q5

A5

A101

MAIN

BARINIA RD

S2295 S2293 A1 S2292 A2

A527 A521

S233

S3002

A97 S1997 A112 A779 A96

S3001

S3030 A4

S238 S239

Stanley Flat

S59

S3000
ETERY RD GAELIC CEM

KILL MCAS

TH NOR

Q93 S1996
DBR STRA OOKE RD

A7
NOBLE RD

RD

A2

S678 Q91 A638 A115 Q120 A103 Q92

A516

A1

A98
ROAC
ROBIN

A8
ROAC

H RD

Q94

H RD

A653 A10

A1

M RD BASHA

A640

D SON R

ST RAD BROO KE RD

Q201 A200

S238

A20

LE STAN

D RD Y STU

RD

S253

S250

ON MACD

D ALD R

A1226

A1225

A101
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A625

A643

A91 S229

A8 S249 A623 A91 A102


O

A118 A307 Q119

IE R RN OU NB BE

A631 A94 A3
RD

A308 A310 A1

RA E

R KIMBE

RD

MAP CGV/4 Adjoins

A2 A622

A1

A2

A624

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

Q94

S224

2,000 m

Overlay Map CGV/2


Secondary Arterial Roads Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


I TL S MA J A ME

A11

A147

A1 A13 A14 A2

A149

A148

A ND RD

A12

MOUNT TINLINE RD

Bungaree
Q97

A151

A150

A544

RD

A95

A96 A97

A153

A538

A539

A152

A93

ROCK-CL ARE

A94

A98

A99

S364

A532

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

EP AR KR D

A603
HA -C RT

A525

BLACK

Wakefield Regional Council

S365

S230 S231

COLES RD

MAP CGV/3 Adjoins

RD

A607

LI T

LA

RE

A526 A524

A100 A2

Q605

TL

T RD KOU LOO

S3029 S2294
D OR E R ROSSM

Q5

A5

A101

MAIN

BARINIA RD

S2295 S2293 A1 S2292 A2

A527 A521

S233

S3002

A97 S1997 A112 A779 A96

S3001

S3030 A4

S238 S239

Stanley Flat

S59

S3000
ETERY RD GAELIC CEM

KILL MCAS

TH NOR

Q93 S1996
DBR STRA OOKE RD

A7
NOBLE RD

RD

A2

S678 Q91 A638 A115 Q120 A103 Q92

A516

A1

A98
ROAC
ROBIN

A8
ROAC

H RD

Q94

H RD

A653 A10

A1

M RD BASHA

A640

D SON R

ST RAD BROO KE RD

Q201 A200

S238

A20

LE STAN

D RD Y STU

RD

S253

S250

ON MACD

D ALD R

A1226

A1225

A101
D

A625

A643

A91 S229

A8 S249 A623 A91 A102


O

A118 A307 Q119

IE R RN OU NB BE

A631 A94 A3
RD

A308 A310 A1

RA E

R KIMBE

RD

MAP CGV/4 Adjoins

A2 A622

A1

A2

A624

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

Q94

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

S224

2,000 m

State heritage place

Overlay Map CGV/2


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

Local heritage place

Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A11 A147
TL S MA I J A ME A ND RD

A1 A14 A13 A2

A149 A148

A12

A151 A150
MOUNT TINLINE RD

Bungaree
Q97

A544

A96 A97 A538 A539

RD

A95

A153 A152

A93 A94 A98 A99 S364

ROCK-CL ARE

A532

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

EP AR KR D

A603
HA

A525

PrPro
A526

BLACK

Wakefield Regional Council

S365 S230 S231

MAP CGV/3 Adjoins

COLES RD

RE

RD

A607 Q605

LI T

LA

TL

-C RT

A100

A524 A2

T RD KOU LOO

A101 A5 S3029 Q5

MAIN

BARINIA RD

S2294 S2293
ROSS

S2295

A527

S233 A521

S3002

A1 A2

A97

RD MORE

S3001 S2292 S3030 S238 A4


KILL MCAS

S1997 A112 A779 A96

Stanley Flat

S59

S3000
ETERY RD GAELIC CEM

TH NOR

RD

S239 Q93
OOKE RD

A7
NOBLE RD

A2

A8
ROAC

S1996 S678

A516

DBR STRA

A1 Q94

A98
ROAC H RD

H RD

A653

A1

Q91
BASH

ROBIN

A10
STUD RD

A638 Q92 A115

A640 Q201 A200 S250 S238

D SON R

ST RA DBROO KE RD

Q120 A103 S253

O MACD

AM RD

A20

LEY STAN

RD

NALD

RD

A1226

A1225

A101 A8
IE RN OU NB BE RD

A625

A643

A91

A118 A307 Q119

OO

A308 A91 A310 A1 A2 A622 A1 A2 A3

A94
RA E W

RD

S249

A102 A623

A631

S229

R KIMBE

RD

A624

MAP CGV/4 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

Q94

S224

2,000 m

Zones
PrPro

Zone Map CGV/2


Primary Production Zone Boundary Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


I TL S MA J A ME

A11

A147

A1 A13 A14 A2

A149

A148

A ND RD

A12

MOUNT TINLINE RD

Bungaree
Q97

A151

A150

A544

RD

A95

A96 A97

A153

A538

A539

A152

A93

ROCK-CL ARE

A94

A98

A99

S364

A532

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

EP AR KR D

A603
HA -C RT

A525

BLACK

Wakefield Regional Council

S365

S230 S231

COLES RD

MAP CGV/3 Adjoins

RD

A607

LI T

LA

RE

A526 A524

A100 A2 A101

Q605

TL

LOOKO

UT RD

S3029 S2295
D ORE R ROSSM

Q5

A5

MAIN

BARINIA RD

S2294 A97 S1997 A112 A779 A96

A527 A521

S2293 A1 S2292 A2

S233

S3002

S3001

S3030 A4

S238 S239

Stanley Flat

S59

S3000
ETERY RD GAELIC CEM

KILL MCAS

TH NOR

A7
NOBLE RD

RD

A2

S1996 S678 Q91 A638 A115 Q120 A103 Q92


STRAD B R OO KE RD

A516

Q93

DBR STRA

OOKE

RD

Q94

2
M RD BASHA

A1

A98
ROAC
ROBIN

A8
ROAC

H RD

H RD

A653 A10

A1

A640

D SON R

Q201 A200

S238

A20

LE STAN

D RD Y STU

RD

S253

S250

ON MACD

D ALD R

A1226

A1225

A101 A8 S249 A623 A91 A102

A625

A643

A91 S229

A118 A307 Q119

NB BE

A308 A310 A1

RD

D IE R RN OU

A631
O

A94 A3 A1 A2 A624

RA E

R KIMBE

RD

MAP CGV/4 Adjoins

A2 A622

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

Q94

Policy Area 2 Horticulture

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

S224

2,000 m

Policy Area Map CGV/2


Policy Area Boundary Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A147 A91 Q10 A123 B29

B12

A91 A544 A545

HILLTOWN
B26 A91
CA I RN

CALCANNIA RD

Q4

HILL

BARINIA

A100
RD

HILL
RD

HILLTOWN RD

BATE S

Q1 A532 Q2 A3 A1

Q100

CA

Q52

IR

HIL L

RD

S232

A61

Q51

E CK WE RD RT

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins

A5

A9 A7

D NR SO AR PE DU D LE Y RD

B24

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A3

A10

A6
R BA IN

IA

S718

B23

B21

S3008
O LD B

R URRA

S3002

S3004

A61 A533

A62
BLOC KERS R

A14 S720

A3

S3006

S3001

S3003

A536

A669

A664 A2 A101

A665

S237

A1

A2

GA AN

T SC

A660 A2 A1 A661

A662

HILL RIVER
S557

A6

WHITE HUT RD

E HUBB RD

A20 A10 A11 A1

Q10

White Hut
Q11 A655

A91

A26

A22

D AMA R KOOR

A628

STANLEY A5 FLAT
A6 A4

HU T

A5

RD

A6

A100 S480 A91

A27 A25

A3
S CR RICE

WH I TE

SQUAR E MILE RD

A50

CK R D LEWCO

A6

D EEK R

A22

S464

A4

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

2,000 m

Location Map CGV/3


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A147 A91 Q10 A123 B29 A101

B12

A91 A544 A545 A91


CA I RN

CALCANNIA RD

B26 Q4 A100 Q5
HILL RD

HILL
RD

HILLTOWN RD

BATE S

Q1 A532 Q2 A3 A1

Q100

CA

Q52

IR

HIL L

RD

S232

A61

N SO AR PE

RD

Q51

E CK WE RD RT

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins

A5

A9 A7
DU D
LE Y RD

B24

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A3

A10

A6
R BA IN

IA

S718

B23

B21

S3008
O LD B

R URRA

S3002

S3004

A61 A533

A62
BLOC KERS R

A14 S720

A3

S3006

S3001

S3003

A536

A669

A2

A664 A101

A665

S237

A1

A2

A29

AN

S GA

CT

A6

WHITE HUT RD

A660 A2 A1 A661

Q91
E HUBB RD

A662

S557

A20 A10 A11 A1

Q10

White Hut
Q11 A655

A91

A26 A22

D AMA R KOOR
RD

WH I TE

HU T

A5 A628 A6

A5

A6

A100 S480 A91

A27

A3
S CR RICE

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

SQUAR E MILE RD

A4 A50

CK R D LEWCO

A6

D EEK R

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A25

A22

S464

A4

2,000 m

Overlay Map CGV/3


Local heritage place

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A147 A91 Q10 A123 B29 A101

B12

A91 A544 A545 A91


CA I RN

CALCANNIA RD

B26 Q4 A100 Q5
HILL RD

L RD HI L

HILLTOWN RD

BATE S

Q1 A532 Q2 A3 A1

Q100

CA

Q52

IR

HIL L

RD

S232

A61

N SO AR PE

RD

Q51

E CK WE RD RT

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins

A5

A9 A7

PrPro
D UD LE Y RD

B24

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A3

A10

A6
BA R
IN

IA

RD

S718 S3008

B23

B21

S3002

S3004

A61 A533

A62
BLOC KERS R

O LD B

R URRA

A14 S720

A3

S3006

S3001

S3003

A536

A669

A2

A664 A101

A665

S237

A1

A2

A29

AN

S GA

CT

A6

WHITE HUT RD

A660 A2 A1 A661

Q91
E HUBB RD

A662

S557

A20 A10 A11 A1

Q10

White Hut
Q11 A655

A91

A26 A22

D AMA R KOOR
RD

WH I TE

HU T

A5 A628 A6

A5

A6

A100 S480 A91

A27

A3
RICES

SQUAR E MILE

CRE E

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Zones
PrPro R

RD

A4

A50

OC LEWC

K RD

A6

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A25

A22

S464

Primary Production Residential Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/3


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

K RD

A4

2,000 m

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A147 A91 Q10 A123 B29 A101

B12

A91 A544 A545 A91


CA I RN

CALCANNIA RD

B26 Q4 A100 Q5
HILL RD

HILL
RD

HILLTOWN RD

BATE S

Q1 A532 Q2 A3 A1

Q100

CA

Q52

IR

HIL L

RD

S232

A61

N SO AR PE

RD

Q51

E CK WE RD RT

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins

A5

A9 A7
DU D
LE Y RD

B24

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A3

A10

A6
R BA
WH ITE

IN

IA

S718

B23

B21

S3008
O LD B

R URRA

S3002

S3004

A61 A533

A62

A14 S720

A3

BL OCK

HUT R D

ERS RD

S3006

S3001

S3003

A536

A669

A2

A664 A101

A665

S237

A1

A2

A29

A660 A2 A1

2
Q91
E HUBB RD

AN

S GA

CT

A6

A662

S557

A20 A10 A11 A1

Q10

White Hut
Q11 A655

A91

A26 A22

D AMA R KOOR
RD

WH I TE

HU T

A5 A628

A5

A6

A100 S480 A91

A27

A3
S CR RICE

Policy Area 2 Horticulture 3 Clare Low Density Housing

SQUAR E MILE RD

A6

A4

A50

CK R D LEWCO

A6

D EEK R

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A25

A22

S464

A4

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

2,000 m

Policy Area Map CGV/3


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


S245 A117 A118
D OUT R LOOK

Q119
BEN

BO

N UR

IE

RD

Q334

A307 A309

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins


A310 A1 A2 A622 A91
OC K EMU R

A1

A2
RD

A3 A21

A13

BENBO

S234

Q331

Q335 Q337
INGOM AR RD

S1998 A313

A620

A50

A51

A20

URNIE RD

S1994 S232

S2084

A311

A312

S487 S1989 A3

S128

S233 A314 S209 S208 S207 A317 A318

Q339

A316

WILLIAM S RD

BENBOURNIE

Q338

A1
RD HICKS

ASHBY

RD

A2

S T GE ORGE

A319

S1985

A2

TCE

ARMAGH
Q4 A3 A587
HIGH

A101

ST

Armagh
DAME

A489

S193 S194 S195

A320

A321

A322
OLD
TH BLY

MINE ST

ST

RD
RD SCOBIE

Q341

Q344

TH BLY
A329

A5 A4

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A324 S485 A328

A9

EMU FL

RD LOCHIE L-CLARE

Q2

A2

A7

AT RD

A6

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A4

A107

Wakefield Regional Council


S178 S43

BLYTH

A327 A326 Q345

Q347 Q348

Q349 Q350

A23

A54

A53

A10

A62 A22 A63 A21 A205 A206

S483 S555

S274 A330 S276 S275

A1

S135

E RD SCO BI

A739 A52 S172 A51 A4 A3

BOCONNOC PARK

S279

A20

EMU FLAT
A201

A51

A76

A123

S145

SPRIN G

KYBU N GA TOP RD

A1

A2
J ACOB RA

A1000

A1001

A52

S421

A53 S417 S418


GU

S136

S135 A2
M UANA

A5 S415

A1 A2

S477
RD LLY

NGE RD

S404

A2

A601

OT FEEDL

S137 S144

S134
RU
N ES DL RD

S408
O UT A W UR TA

S407

S406

S405
MUANU R D

KYBUNGA

S35

S403
GG SPRIN

A1

SPRING A11 GULLY


S385

A10

RD

S143

S138

S133 S132 S32 A2

S409

RD

S187

Q2

S185

S189

ULL Y

S190

RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

2,000 m

Location Map CGV/4


Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


S245 A117 A118
D OUT R LOOK

Q119
BEN

BO

N UR

IE

RD

Q334

A307 A309

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins


A310 A1 A2 A622 A91
OC K EMU R

A1

A2
RD

A3 A21

A13

BENBO

S234

Q331

Q335 Q337
INGOM AR RD

S1998 A313

A620

A50

A51

A20

URNIE RD

S1994 S232

S2084

A311

A312

S487 S1989 A3

S128

S233 A314 S209 S208 S207 A317 A318 A315

Q339 Q338

A316

WILLIAM S RD

A1
RD HICKS

ASHBY

RD

A2

S T GE ORGE

A319

S1985

A2

TCE

A101

A592 Q4 A322
OLD

A3

A587

HIGH

ST

Armagh
DAME ST

A489

MINE ST
TH
RD
RD SCOBIE

S193 S194 S195

A320

A321

BLY

Q341

Q344

TH BLY
A329

A5 A4

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A323 S485

A324 A328

A9

EMU FL

RD LOCHIE L-CLARE

Q2

A2

A7

AT RD

A6

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A327

A4

A107

Wakefield Regional Council


S178 S43

A326 Q345

Q347 Q348

Q349 Q350

A23

A54

A53

A10

S483 A62 A22 A63 A21 A205 A206 A50 A51 A76 A1 S135
E RD SCO BI

S555

S274 A330 S276 S275

A20 S278 A52 S172 A51 A4 A2 A5 S415 A1 A2 A3 S279

A739

A123

S145

SPRIN G

KYBU N GA TOP RD

A1

A201

A1000

A1001

A52

S421

A53 S417 S418


GU
JACOB

S477
RD LLY

F MUANA

S136

S135 A2

S404

A2

A601

RANGE R

EEDLO T RD

S137 S144

S134
RU
N ES DL RD

S408 A1
O UT A W UR TA

S407

S406

S405
MUANU R D

A10 S403 A11


SPRIN

S143

S138

S133 S132

S36

S35

LY RD G GU L

S409

RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S32

A2

S187

S185 Q2

S189

S190

S385

2,000 m

Overlay Map CGV/4


Secondary Arterial Roads Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


S245 A117 A118
D OUT R LOOK

Q119
BEN

BO

N UR

IE

RD

Q334

A307 A309

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins


A310 A1 A2 A622 A91
OC K EMU R

A1

A2
RD

A3 A21

A13

BENBO

S234

Q331

Q335 Q337
INGOM AR RD

S1998 A313

A620

A50

A51

A20

URNIE RD

S1994 S232

S2084

A311

A312

S487 S1989 A3

S128

S233 A314 S209 S208 S207 A317 A318 A315

Q339 Q338

A316

WILLIAM S RD

A1
RD HICKS

ASHBY

RD

A2

S T GE ORGE

A319

S1985

A2

TCE

A101

A592 Q4 A322
OLD

A3

A587

HIGH

ST

Armagh
DAME ST

A489

MINE ST
TH
RD
RD SCOBIE

S193 S194 S195

A320

A321

BLY

Q341

Q344

TH BLY
A329

A5 A4

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A323 S485

A324 A328

A9

EMU FL

RD LOCHIE L-CLARE

Q2

A2

A7

AT RD

A6

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A327

A4

A107

Wakefield Regional Council


S178 S43

A326 Q345

Q347 Q348

Q349 Q350

A23

A54

A53

A10

S483 A62 A22 A63 A21 A205 A206 A50 A51 A76 A1 S135
E RD SCO BI

S555

S274 A330 S276 S275

A20 S278 A52 S172 A51 A4 A2 A5 S415 A1 A2 A3 S279

A739

A123

S145

SPRIN G

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

KYBU N GA TOP RD

A1

A201

A1000

A1001

A52

S421

A53 S417 S418


GU
JACOB

S477
RD LLY

F MUANA

S136

S135 A2

S404

A2

A601

RANGE R

EEDLO T RD

S137 S144

S134
RU
N ES DL RD

S408 A1
O UT A W UR TA

S407

S406

S405
MUANU R D

A10 S403 A11


SPRIN

S143

S138

S133 S132

S36

S35

LY RD G GU L

S409

RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S32

A2

S187

S185 Q2

S189

S190

S385

2,000 m

State heritage place

Overlay Map CGV/4


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

Local heritage place

Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


S245 A117 A118
D OUT R LOOK

Q119
BEN

BO

IE RN

RD

Q334

A307 A309

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins


A310 A1 A2 A622 A91
OC K EMU R

A1

A2
RD

A3 A21

A13

BENBO

S234

Q331

Q335 Q337
INGOM AR RD

S1998 A313

A620

A50

A51

A20

URNIE RD

S1994 S232

S2084

A311

A312

S487 S1989 A3

S128

S233 A314 S209 S208 S207 A317 A318 A315

Q339 Q338

A316

WILLIAM S RD

A1
RD HICKS

ASHBY

RD

A2

S T GE ORGE

A319

S1985

A2

TCE

A592 Q4 A322
OLD

Armagh
HIGH ST

A101

A3

A587

MINE ST
TH
RD
RD SCOBIE

RuL

A489

DAME

S193 S194 S195

A320

A321

ST

BLY

LOCHIEL- CLARE

Q341

Q344

TH BLY
A329

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A323 S485

A324 A328

PrPro
A9 A23

A5 A4

EMU FL

RD

Q2

A2

A7

AT RD

A6

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A327

A54

A53

A10

A4

A107

Wakefield Regional Council


S178 S43

A326 Q345

Q347 Q348

Q349 Q350

S483 A62 A22 A63 A21 A205 A206 A50 A51 A76 A1 S135
E RD SCO BI

S555

S274 A330 S276 S275

A20 S278 A52 S172 A51 A4 A2 A5 A2 S415


M UANA

S279

A739 A3

A123

S145

SPRIN G

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Zones
PrPro RuL

KYBU N GA TOP RD

A1

A201

A1000

A1001

A52

S421

A53 A1 S417 S418


GU
JACOB

S477
RD LLY

S136

S135

A2

S404

A2

A601

RANGE R

OT FEEDL

S137 S144

S134
RU
N ES DL RD

S408
O UT A W UR TA

S407

S406

S405
MUANU R D

A10 S403 A11


SPRIN

RD

S143

S138

S133 S132

S36

S35

A1

LY RD G GU L

S409

RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S32

A2

S187

S185 Q2

S189

S190

S385

2,000 m

Primary Production Rural Living Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/4


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Development Plan Boundary

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


S245 A117 A118
D OUT R LOOK

Q119
BEN

BO

N UR

IE

RD

Q334

A307 A309

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins


A310 A1 A2 A622 A91 A1

A2

A3 A21

A13

BENBO

S234

Q331

CK RD EMU RO

Q335 Q337
INGOM AR RD

S1998 A313 S487

A620

A50

A51

A20

URNIE RD

S1994 S232

S2084

A311

A312

S128 S1989 A1
RD HICKS

A3

S233 A314 S209 S208 S207 A317 A318 A315

Q339 Q338

A316

WILLIAM S RD

ASHBY

RD

A2

S T GE ORGE

A319

S1985

A2

TCE

A101

A592 Q4 A322
OLD

A3

A587

HIGH

ST

Armagh
DAME ST

A489

MINE ST
TH
RD
RD SCOBIE

S193 S194 S195

A320

A321

BLY

Q341

Q344

TH BLY
A329

A5 A4

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A323 S485

A324 A328

A9

EMU FL

RD LOCHIE L-CLARE

Q2

A2

A7

A6

AT RD

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A327

A4

A107

Wakefield Regional Council


S178 S43

A326 Q345

Q347 Q348

Q349 Q350

A23

A54

A53

A10

E SCOBI RD

2
A62 S555 A63

S483

A22 S274 A21

A330

S276

S275

A205 A20 A206

A1

S135

A739 A52 S172 A51 A4 A3

S278

S279

A1

A201

A50

A51

A76

A123

S145

SPRIN G

Policy Area 2 Horticulture

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

KYBU N GA TOP RD

A2 A5 S415 A1 A2

A1000

A1001

A52

S421

A53 S417 S418


GU
JACOB

S477
RD LLY

F MUANA

S136

S135 A2

S404

A2

A601

RANGE R

EEDLO T RD

S137 S144

S134
RU
N ES DL RD

S408 A1
O UT A W UR TA

S407

S406

S405
MUANU R D

A10 S403 A11


G SPRIN

S143

S138

S133 S132

S36

S35

S409

RD

GULLY

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S32

A2

S187

S185 Q2

S189

S190

S385

RD

2,000 m

Policy Area Map CGV/4


Policy Area Boundary Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins


A UNDUND MOCC

MAP CGV/3 Adjoins


S224 A1
NO

MC R AE W OOD R

A13

A1

A3

Q94

A3

A27 A6 A25

A50

A51

A1
RD KERS BLOC

AN DR RM

H RD NORT

A16

E S CRE RICE

A17

A1
L RD G HIL CRAI
SQUA

A5

SEE MAP CGV/21


A52
E RE MIL

A7

A22

Atherley
RD URNIE BENBO

A3 A1

A2

A1

A101
RCH CT MA

STANLEY FLAT
A RD UNDAND

K RD

A3

RD

BL

ARMAGH
A594

MAP CGV/4 Adjoins

S483 A50
D LAT R EM U F

KURR

M OCC

A601
ON HT IG LE

ANG AV

A101

DR ER LL WA

A1

A100 A101

A1

A4

T LEE S

WEST

A600 A28

RD YORK

A29

SEE MAP CGV/20


A2
N AG

A597 A96

TCE

T ST RIET HAR ST LY DA

Q91

S3027

A6

E GLE

N SO

ST

Clare
ST HOPE T T S ORD S RT GUILF

VICTO

D RIA R

LENNO

N ST

FA
A318 A319 A201

RREL L
A2

HILL RIVER
F LAT RD

T DS AN KL R IC T ST GS KIN ST ES

UNION ST

RD NEW

RTH NO AN ST JONATH IN ST MA RE BEA

WILLIA

M ST

TCE EAST

A55

A56

S461

SEE MAP CGV/23


A91
ARD ST EDW

Q203 A258

A52

A53 A51

S262

AV GTON ESSIN ST KELLY

AL

BE

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A257 A2

A584

CLARE
T AV PLAN

A41 A42 A43 A5 A4

A2

CLAMPETT RD

A62

SEE MAP CGV/22


A10 A582

RD

NEAG

A71

A140

A8

O LES R

SPRIN

CK RD

A76

Emu Flat
A2

A2

A11

G FAR

EMU FLAT
A112 A25 S111

A2

A137

SEE MAP CGV/24


A9 A139

A133

M RD

A3

A1 A2 A2 A1

S421 A26

S69

A136

A1

SPRING FARM
A39 A16 A3 A36 A10

A12

S203

A28

A24

A36 A37

A10

A11

A13

SPRIN G GULLY RD

A35

D WAREN

S68

A RD

A14 A15

S389
GILLE

Gillentown
A1 A2 A26

A602

Springs Township

YR QUARR D

A2

N NTOW

SPRING GULLY
GERALD FITZ RD

RD

S387

S388 A1 A6 A7 A2

S107

RD

Q6 A4

SEVENHILL

A4

GILLENTOWN

A27

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

A33

A5

POLISH HILL RIVER

S108

A475 A10 S204

2,000 m

Location Map CGV/5


Tourist Routes

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins


A UNDUND MOCC

MAP CGV/3 Adjoins


S224 A1
NO

MC R AE W OOD

A13

RD

A1

A3

Q94

A3

A27 A6 A25
E S CRE RICE

A50

A51

A1

AN DR RM

H RD NORT

A16

KERS B LO C

A17

A1
L RD G HIL CRAI
SQUA

A7

A5

A22

A52

RD

K RD

A3

E RD RE MIL

Atherley
O BENB URNIE RD

A3 A1

A2

A1

A101

SEE MAP CGV/21


RCH CT MA

BL

A600 A28

A594

MAP CGV/4 Adjoins

A55

S483

A71

A76

ME

OH L

A601 A602
TON IGH LE

KURR ANG AV

ND MOC CU

ANDA

RD

A101

DR ER LL WA

A1

A100 A101

A1

A4

T LEE S

A29

SEE MAP CGV/20


A2
N AG

A597 A96

WEST

RD YORK

R HA R

S IETT
DA

ST LY
UNION

TCE

Q91

S3027

A6

E GLE

T DS AN KL R IC T ST GS KIN ST ES

N SO

ST

Clare
ST HOPE T T S ORD S RT GUILF

RD NEW

VICTO

D RIA R

LENN

ON ST

F A RREL L
A318 A319 A201 A2

ST

F LAT

RD

RTH NO AN ST JONATH IN ST MA RE BEA

WILLIA

M ST

TCE EAST

A56

S461

SEE MAP CGV/23


A91
ARD ST EDW

Q203 A258 A16

A52

A53 A51

S262

AV GTON ESSIN ST KELLY

AL

BE

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A257 A2

A50
D LAT R EM U F

A584

A8
T AV PLAN

A41 A42 A43 A5 A4

A3

A2

CLAMPETT RD

A62

SEE MAP CGV/22


A10 A582

RD

NEAG

A140

LES RO

SPRIN

Emu Flat
A2

A2 A3 A2
R RK PA D

A11

CK RD

G FAR

A137 A112

A3 A25

R YE

A9

SEE MAP CGV/24


A139 A2

A133

M RD

A1 A2 A1 A36 A35
D WAREN

A12

S203

S421 A26

A28

A24

S111

S69

A136

A1

A39 A16 A3 A10

A10

A11

A13

ING G U S PR LLY RD

A37

S68

A RD

A14 A15

S389
GILLE N NTOW

Gillentown
A1 A2 A26

A36

Springs Township
A4

QUARR

Y RD

S293

A2

S386

S387

S388 A1 A6 A7 A2

S107 Q7

GERALD FITZ RD

RD

RD

Q6

S108 A27

A475 A10

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

A33

A4

A5

S204

2,000 m

Overlay Map CGV/5


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins


A UNDUND MOCC

MAP CGV/3 Adjoins


S224 A1
NO

MC R AE W OOD

A13

RD

A1

A3

Q94

A3

A27 A6 A25
E S CRE RICE

A50

A51

A1

AN DR RM

H RD NORT

A16

KERS B LO C

A17

A1
L RD G HIL CRAI
SQUA

A7

A5

A22

A52

RD

K RD

A3

E RD RE MIL

Atherley
O BENB URNIE RD

A3 A1

A2

A1

A101

SEE MAP CGV/21


RCH CT MA

BL

A600 A28

A594

MAP CGV/4 Adjoins

A55

S483

A71

A76

ME

OH L

A601 A602
TON IGH LE

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

KURR ANG AV

ND MOC CU

ANDA

RD

A101

DR ER LL WA

A1

A100 A101

A1

A4

T LEE S

A29

SEE MAP CGV/20


A2
N AG

A597 A96

WEST

RD YORK

R HA R

S IETT
DA

ST LY
UNION

TCE

Q91

S3027

A6

E GLE

T DS AN KL R IC T ST GS KIN ST ES

N SO

ST

Clare
ST HOPE T T S ORD S RT GUILF

RD NEW

VICTO

D RIA R

LENN

ON ST

F A RREL L
A318 A319 A201 A2

ST

F LAT

RD

RTH NO AN ST JONATH IN ST MA RE BEA

WILLIA

M ST

TCE EAST

A56

S461

SEE MAP CGV/23


A91
ARD ST EDW

Q203 A258 A16

A52

A53 A51

S262

AV GTON ESSIN ST KELLY

AL

BE

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A257 A2

A50
D LAT R EM U F

A584

A8
T AV PLAN

A41 A42 A43 A5 A4

A3

A2

CLAMPETT RD

A62

SEE MAP CGV/22


A10 A582

RD

NEAG

A140

LES RO

SPRIN

Emu Flat
A2

A2 A3 A2
R RK PA D

A133

A11

CK RD

G FAR M RD

A137 A112

A3 A25

R YE

A9

SEE MAP CGV/24


A139 A1 A2 A2 A1 A36 A35
D WAREN

A12

S203

S421 A26

A28

A24

S111

S69

A136

A1

A39 A16 A3 A10

A10

A11

A13

ING G U S PR LLY RD

A37

S68

A RD

A14 A15

S389
GILLE N NTOW

Gillentown
A1 A2 A26

A36

Springs Township
A4

QUARR

Y RD

S293

A2

S386

S387

S388 A1 A6 A7 A2

S107 Q7

GERALD FITZ RD

RD

RD

Q6

S108 A27

A475 A10

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

A33

A4

A5

S204

2,000 m

Overlay Map CGV/5


State heritage place Local heritage place

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins


Q94
RD OOD

MAP CGV/3 Adjoins


A27 S224

A13

A1

A3

R
A1
DR

A3

A50 A51

D SQ U ARE MILE R

A1

A6 A25
RIC ES

M CR

AE W

A16 A5

A17

A1
H IL L R CR AIG D

A7
BLOC

A22

K CR EE

OR MA N

UN MO CC

KERS

RD

A52

A3

RD

DUNDA

Atherley
BENB OU RNI ANG AV KURR

A3 A2 A1 A1

WHIT E

HU

D T R

A104

NO RTH

SEE MAP CGV/21


JARM A

M O CC

DA RD UNDA N

RD

R
D

PASCO CT

E RD

A4 A1 A1
O TE RH USE

JA M E

CR

GE DD E

SR

A101

LY

RD
SPRIN

R E D LL WA
H

PH O

A100 A101

IX AV EN

V S A LEE ST

A600 A28 A29

SL
YOR K

AU G

SEE MAP CGV/20


AG

W EST TC E
HAR
T ST RIET

S3027 A6

Q91

M RD G FAR

HA RD

ST R IC

RT

Clare
T MILL S

Y LE
NE
D

A KL

A2 A597 A96 A2

A1

GL

EE

S ON

VICTO

RIA RD

N ST LENNO

FLAT RD

A318 A319
EAST

A2

M WILLIA

ST

A201 A258 A91 A257

Q203

PrPro
MAP CGV/1 Adjoins
A16

MAP CGV/4 Adjoins

A55

A56

S461

T Y S HENR

A52
LL R D

A51
S

S483 A50
EM U FL AT R D

HI

A584

B EN

NY

A8

SEE MAP CGV/23A41


PLAN T AV

A3

C LA

A53

S262

A40

A2

MP E

T T RD

SEE MAP CGV/22

HO UG

GTON E SSIN ST KELLY

AV

HT O N ST

A2

A42
K INGFISH

A4
DU

A62

A10

A582

A5 A43

NNS

FISHER RD
R AN G E R D

S NE

ND

F A RREL L

RD

ST

ST
HANLINS RD

ST HOPE T RD S T T S GUIL FO R BE AL

T HA N JONA
ST
BEA

T CE

T RE S

D ST WAR ED

MAIN
NORTH

ER

DR

A71

A140

Emu Flat
A76 A2 A2 A3

A2

A11 A133

RD

A137
NE AG OCK LES R

A139 A9
ND WARE
NU
O ND

A3
RD
PAR K

A112 A25

A1
ER D

UR

A12 A2

A2

S203

A RD

RD

EY ER

S421
OH

A1 S69 A136

A1 A36

LM

S111 A24

A26

A28

SEE MAP CGV/24


S68 S389

A39

A35 A37 A12 A36 A16

A10 A601

A11

A13

SPRING G U LLY RD

A14

Gillentown
A1 A2

A602

A15

RuL

Springs Township
QUAR

A10

RY RD

GILLE

LE
TO IGH

S293 S107 A4

N NTOW

A2

N RD

RD

S386 S387

S388
O RDA N
L A NE

A26 A1 A27 A4

Q7 A1 Q6 A5 A2 A475 A10

MC
GERAL FITZ RD

A6

A7

A2

A33

S204

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


See enlargement map for accurate representation.
Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

2,000 m

Zones
PrPro R RuL

Primary Production Residential Rural Living Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/5


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/2 Adjoins


Q94
RD OOD

MAP CGV/3 Adjoins


A27 S224

A13

A1

A3

10
A1

A3
N

A50 A51

SQ U ARE MILE RD

A1

A6 A25
RIC ES

OR

MA D R

M CR

AE W

A7
UN MO CC

A16 A5

A17

A22

K CR EE

A1
H IL L R CR AIG D

RD

A52

A3

BLOCK

DUNDA

Atherley
BENB OU RNI ANG AV KURR

A3 A2 A1 A1

WHIT E

D ERS R

HU

D T R

A104

NO RTH

SEE MAP CGV/21


JARM A

A RD UNDAND MOCC

RD

R
D

PASCO CT

E RD

A4 A1 A1
RD
O TE RH USE

JA M E

CR

GE DD E

SR

A101

LY

R E D LL WA
H

PH O

IX AV EN

A100 A101

V S A LEE ST

A600 A28 A29

SL
YOR K

AU G

SEE MAP CGV/20


AG

W EST TC E
HAR
T ST RIET

SPRIN

Q91

S3027

A6

M RD G FAR

HA RD

ST R IC

RT

Clare
T MILL S

Y LE
NE
D

A KL

A2 A597 A96 A2

A1

GL

EE

S ON

VICTO

RIA RD

N ST LENNO

FLAT RD

A318

A319

A2
TT RD

M WILLIA

ST

Q203 A201 A91 A257 A258

MAP CGV/4 Adjoins

A56

S461

SEE MAP CGV/22


A53 A52
LL R D

HO UG

AV GTON E SSIN

HT O N ST

CL A

A55

Y HENR

ST

MP E

FISHER RD

S NE

ND

F A RREL L

RD

ST

KELLY

ST

ST
HANLINS RD

ST HOPE T RD S T T S GUIL FO R BE AL

T HA N JONA
ST
BEA

EAST
T CE

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

T RE S

D ST WAR ED

A16 A2

S262

A40 A41

A51
S

S483

A50

HI

A584

B EN

NY

A8

SEE MAP CGV/23


MAIN
A4
K INGFISH
PLAN T AV

A3

CLAMP ETT RD

A2

A62

A10

DU

A582

A42 A5
DR

EM U FL AT R D

NNS

ER

R AN

! P
A43

G E

NORTH

R D

A71

Emu Flat
A76 A2 A2 A3

A2

A11

A140

A137
N EAG

A139 A9
ND WARE
NU

RD

A133

A3
RD
PAR K

A1
E
ER D

O ND

A112 A25

UR

A12 A2

LE S RO CK RD

A2

A1

S203

A RD

! P
A39

EY ER

S421
OH

A1 S69 A136

LM

A26

A28

A24 S111

A36

SEE MAP CGV/24


S68

A35 A37 A12 A36 A16

A10 A601

A11

A13

SPRING G U LLY RD

! P
A10

A14
LE

S389

Gillentown
A1 A2

Springs Township
QUAR

A602

! P Y RD R
S293 A2

GILLE

A15

TO IGH

N NTOW

N RD

S107 A4

RD

S386 S387

S388
O RDA N
L A NE

A26 A1 A27 A4

Q7 A1 Q6 A5 A2 A475 A10

MC
GERAL FITZ RD

A6

A7

A2

A33

S204

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


See enlargement map for accurate representation.
Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Policy Area 2 Horticulture 3 Clare Low Density Housing 10 Square Mile Road

2,000 m

Policy Area Map CGV/5


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A1 A2

S385 A3

A2

S387 A6 A5 A4

A7

A2 A1 A34
GILL EN

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A33 A50 A1 A10 A4 A3 Q6 Q7 A5 A2

S108 S3045 S296 A10

N RD LEIG HTO

S384

A1 A1

GILLENTOWN
A2 A3
SSINGHA M PO PIT RD

S204

A2 A3

R EDWA

A119

DS RD

Q3 A9 A4 A8 A5 A7

A102 A4 A4 A100 A101 A2 S141

Sevenhill
S BAYE RD

A2 A3 A6 A10 A11 S377

SEVENHILL
A99 A2 A27

A10

S159

TO W N

A1 A11

Q102

S300

S299

A469 A108

RD

POLISH HILL RIVER


S302

A458 A105

A1 A3

S89 A102

A1 Q98 Q99 Q100 Q94 A331 Q97 Q96


D
SPRIN

A459

S LAN ANNIE

S375

A29 A28 A30 A435 Q4

A453 A100 S305 S304

A11
-M NHILL SEVE

A106
D

N MAI

A2

OR INTAR

A10 A11 A1

A6

TREVAR RICK R D

NORTH

Spring Gully CP
S146 S145

S3023 S142 A421

Q1

A10

N W GLE WILLO

RD

NA R TATKA

A91 Q138 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A8 A1

A427

A14

A95 A12 A201

A132 A110 A1

G FAR

Q2 A51
P ENNA

S365

A7 A5
LANE

A92

RD

A13

A202

MINTARO
A112

M RD

A2 A106 A314 S312 A113

Q1 A25 S537

S362

S568

A4

Q71
HUG HES PARK RD

A18 A6 A9 A1 A19 A21 A20 A5 A3 A2 A4 A22 A24 S66 A26 S194 A1 A2 A1 A3 A1 A411 A1

Penworthham
A75 A1

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S440 S593 S441 S527

S535

S536 Q61

PENWORTHAM

S467

A116 A114 A115

S468

SPRING GULLY

S534

A1 A3

A2

S528 S532 A62

S24

S3033 A118 A117

IELD FAIRF RD

S526 S446 S530

S531

A2 A2 Q1 Q2 A402 A412 A405 A403


S SOLLY

S25

S34

A119 A121 A122 A123

A95
CE RD PEAR

S445 S447

S533 S525 S529

Q94

Q95 A404

A2 A1

A2 A120 A125

S27

A124

S448

Q140 S749 S750 S751 Q91 Q92 S752

Q142

KYBUNGA
Q118

A3
K S RD

S3004
RD THERN T NOR GREA

A31

A32 S3007 S573

S581

Q116

S760 Q119 Q117 S760 S757

RROC MT HO

A399

S19

S472

A8

S802

A51 A52 Q58 Q57 Q59

S3006

A297 S574 S577

SYS R BRYK

HILL R

A398

Q6

Q7

S3009 A54

S3008

Wakefield Regional Council


A113 Q127

A110

S761

S753

S21 Q144

WATERVALE

A147

NORTH
RD WEST ER ST GLAETZ

A382

ALER UELLT A11 TCE Q

RD

S3012

S762

S754
UPPER SKILLY RD

A3 A4

Watervale
T CE

A52 A53 A51 A4 A102 A280 A104

A50

A147

A148 S763 Q128 Q125 S756

SOUTH

A4 A50

A372

A16 A15

S755

HOYLETON
S27 S28

Q91

S477 A52

SEE MAP CGV/25


Q167 Q169 A11 A12 A2 A20
OLD R

A373

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A1

S478

A100

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

A276

LE AS IN G H

Location Map CGV/6


Tourist Routes Conservation Park Development Plan Boundary

SHEO AK RD

A3 S90

SEE MAP CGV/7


A148
IN -M AM RO TA RD

A149

A1

A2

LEASINGHAM

5 km

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

S385 A1 A2 A3

A2

S387 A6 A5 A4

A7

A2 A1 A2 A119 A34
GILL EN

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A33 A50 A1 A10 A4 A3 Q6 Q7 A5 A2

S108 S3045 S296 A10

S204

A2 A3

L EIGHTO

R EDWA

S384

A1 A1

DS RD

N RD

A3
SSINGHA M PO PIT RD

Q3 A9 A4 A8 A5 A7 A6

A102 A4 A4 A100 A101 A2 S141

Sevenhill
S BAYE RD

A10 A99

S159

TO W N

A2 A3 A10 A11 S377

A1 A11 A2

Q102

S300

S299 A10 A458 A105

A469 A108 A459


S LAN ANNIE

RD

A1 A3

S89 A102 S80

A27 Q98 Q99 Q100 Q94 A331

A1
G SPRIN

S302

S375

A29 A28 A30 A435 Q4

A453 A100 S305 S304


EV EN

A11
D RO R

A106

N MAI

RD FARM

A2

Q97 Q96
D

TA L- MIN HIL

A6

TREVAR RICK R D

A10

NORTH

S3023 S572 S145 S142 A421

Q1

A10

NR W GLE WILLO

NA R TATKA

A91 Q138 A6 A5 A4 A7 A3 A2 A5 A8 A1
LANE

A427

A14

A95 A12 A201 A202

A11

A1

A13

A110 A1 A111 A113 A112

A132

RD

S146

Q2 A51
P ENNA

A92

A2 A106 A314 S312

S365 S363 S362 S568

Q1 A25 S537

A4

A21

Q71
HUG HES PARK RD

A22

A18 A6 A9 A1 A19 A5 A20 A3 A2 A4 A24 S66 A1 A2 A1 A3 A1

Penworthham
A75 A1 A300

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S467 S468 A114 A115

A116

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S440 S593 S441 S527

S535

S536 Q61

S534 S528 S532

A26

S194

A1 A3

A2

S24

S3033 A118 A117

IELD FAIRF

A62 A411 A1

S526 S446 S530

S531

A2 A2 Q1 Q2 A95

S25
D

S34

RD

A119 A121 A122

A123

S445 S447

S533 S525 S529

Q94

CE R PEAR

Q95 A404 A402

A2

S27

A1

A2 A120 A125

A124

S448

Q140 S749 S750 S751 Q91 S760 Q92 S752

Q142 A405

A412 A403
S SOLLY

A3
K S RD

S3004
RD THERN T NOR GREA

A31

A32 S3007 S573

S581

Q118

Q116

RROC MT HO

A399

Q119

Q117

S760

S757

S19

S472

A8

S802

A51 A52 Q58 Q57 Q59

S3006

A297 S574 S577

SYS R BRYK

HILL R

A398

Q6

Q7

S3009 A54

S3008

A111

A110

S761

S753

S21 Q144 A147 A3 A4


UPPER SKILLY RD

S803 A382
ALER UELLT A11 TCE Q RD

S3012

NORTH
RD WEST ER ST GLAETZ

A113

W akefield Reg ion al Cou ncil


Q127 S27

S762

S754 A148 S763 S756

Watervale
A50
T CE

A52 A53

A147 A102 A104

SOUTH

A51

A4 A50

A372

A16 A15

A4

S755

Q91

S477 A52

SEE MAP CGV/25


Q167 Q169 A11 A12 A2 A20
OLD R

A373

S28

Q128

Q125

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A1

S478

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

S152

A276

LE AS IN G H

Overlay Map CGV/6


Primary Arterial Roads Development Plan Boundary

SHEO AK RD

A280

A3 S90 A148

A149
RD

A1

A2

SEE MAP CGV/7


A100

IN -M AM

RO TA

5 km

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

S385 A1 A2 A3

A2

S387 A6 A5 A4

A7

A2 A1 A2 A119 A34
GILL EN

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A33 A50 A1 A10 A4 A3 Q6 Q7 A5 A2

S108 S3045 S296 A10

S204

A2 A3

L EIGHTO

R EDWA

S384

A1 A1

DS RD

N RD

A3
SSINGHA M PO PIT RD

Q3 A9 A4 A8 A5 A7 A6

A102 A4 A4 A100 A101 A2 S141

Sevenhill
SR BAYE D

A10 A99

S159

TO W N

A2 A3 A10 A11 S377

A1 A11 A2

Q102

S300

S299 A10 A458 A105

RD

A108 A459
S LAN ANNIE

A1 A3

S89 A102 S80

A27 Q98 Q99 Q100 Q94 A331

A1
G SPRIN

S302

S375

A29 A28 A30 A435 Q4

A453 A100 S305 S304


EV EN

A11
D RO R

A106

N MAI

RD FARM

A2

Q97 Q96
D

TA L- MIN HIL

A6

TREVAR RICK R D

A10

NORTH

S3023 S572 S145 S142 A421

Q1

A10

NR W GLE WILLO

NA R TATKA

A91 Q138 A6 A5 A4 A7 A3 A2 A5 A8 A1
LANE

A427

A14

A95 A12 A201 A202

A11

A1

A13

A110 A1 A111 A113 A112

A132

RD

S146

Q2 A51
P ENNA

A92

A2 A106 A314 S312

S365 S363 S362 S568

Q1 A25 S537

A4

A21

Q71
HUG HES PARK RD

A22

A18 A6 A9 A1 A19 A5 A20 A3 A2 A4 A24 S66

Penworthham
A1 A300

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S467 S468 A114 A115

A116

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S440 S593 S441 S527

S535

S536 Q61

S534 S528 S532

A26

S194

A1 A3

A1 A3

A2

S24

S3033 A118 A117

IELD FAIRF

A62 A411 A1

A1

S526 S446 S530

S531

A2 A2 Q1 Q2 A95

S25
D

S34

RD

A119 A121 A122

A123

S445 S447

S533 S525 S529

Q94

CE R PEAR

Q95 A404 A402

A2

S27

A1

A2 A120 A125

A124

S448

Q140 S749 S750 S751 Q91 S760 Q92 S752

Q142 A405

A412 A403
S SOLLY

A3
K S RD

S3004
RD THERN T NOR GREA

A31

A32 S3007 S573

S581

Q118

Q116

RROC MT HO

A399

Q119

Q117

S760

S757

S19

S472

A8

S802

A51 A52 Q58 Q57 Q59

S3006

A297 S574 S577

SYS R BRYK

HILL R

A398

Q6

Q7

S3009 A54

S3008

A111

A110

S761

S753

S21 Q144 A147 A3 A4


UPPER SKILLY RD

S803 A382
ALER UELLT A11 TCE Q RD

S3012

NORTH
RD WEST ER ST GLAETZ

A113

W akefield Reg ion al Cou ncil


Q127 S27

S762

S754 A148 S763 S756

Watervale
A50
T CE

A52 A53

A147 A102 A104

SOUTH

A51

A4 A50

A372

A16 A15

A4

S755

Q91

S477 A52

SEE MAP CGV/25


Q167 Q169 A11 A12 A2 A20
OLD R

A373

S28

Q128

Q125

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A1

S478

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

S152

A276

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

LE AS IN G H

State heritage place

Overlay Map CGV/6


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

SHEO AK RD

A280

A3 S90 A148

A149
RD

A1

A2

SEE MAP CGV/7


A100

IN -M AM

RO TA

5 km

Local heritage place

Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


S385 A2 A1 A2 S384 A3 S387 A6 A5 A3
SSINGHA M PO PIT RD

A7

A2 A33 A1 A119
GILL EN

A4

Q6

Q7

A5

S108 S296 S3045 A10

S204

A2

A1

L EIGHTO

R EDWA

A34

A50 A1 A3 A10 A10


SR BAYE D

A3 A469

DS RD

N RD

A2

A2 S299 S300 A99 Q102 A1

TO W N

S159

RD

A1 Q3 A9 A2

A4

A102

T
A11 A27 Q98 Q99 Q100 Q94 A331
NA R TATKA

A458 A10 S302


PO

A108 A105 A459


S LAN ANNIE

A4 S377 A3 A6 A10 A11 S375 A3 A2 A1

A4 A100 A101 A102

Sevenhill
S89 A2

LIS

LL HI

RD

G SPRIN

A4 A8 A5 A7

A29 A28 A30 S80 A435

A453 A100 S305 S304


S

A106

N MAI

A11

R FARM D

A2

Q97 Q96
D

S141

EV

EN

TA L- MIN HIL

D RO R

A6

TREVAR RICK R D

NORTH

Q4 A10 Q1
N W GLE WILLO RD

A10 A1

A11 A95

S3023 S572 S142 A421 S146 S145 Q138 Q2 S365 S363 S568 S362 A4 A25 Q1 A51
P ENNA

A14 A427 A12 A13

RD

A110 A202 A1 A111

A132

A91

A201 A6 A5 A4 A7 A3 A2 A5 A8 A1
LANE

A92

A2 A112 A113

A21 S537 Q71


HUG HES PARK RD

A18 A6 A9 A1 A19 A5 A20 A3 A2 A4 A24 A1 S66 S194 A2 A1

T
A75 A1

A106

A314

S312

Penworthham

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A22

S467 A300 S468 A114 A115

A116

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S440

S535

S536

PrPro
A26

S593 S441 S527 S528

S534

Q61

A1 A3 A1 A3

A2

S3033 S24 A118 S34 S25 A119 A122


ER PEARC D
IE FAIRF LD RD

A117

A62 S532 S526 S530 S446 S533 S445 S525 S448 S447 S749 Q116 S751 A403 Q91 S760 Q119 S757 Q117 S760 S752 A405
S SOLLY

A2 A411 A2 A1 A95

S531

A123

Q94 Q95 A404 S529

Q1 Q2 S27 A402

A121 A2 A1 A120 A125 A124

A2

Q140 Q142 S750

A412 A3 A399

S3004
RD THERN T NOR GREA

A31

A32 S573 S3007

S581

Q118

CK S ORRO MT H
SY BRYK

RD

A51 A52 Q58 Q57 Q59

S3006

A297

HILL R

Q92 S19

A8

S802

S RD

S472

Q6

Q7

S574 S3008 S3009 S577

A111

A110

S761

S753 Q144 A147

S21 A382
NORTH
RD WEST ER ST GLAETZ

A398 S803
R LTALE QUEL A11 RD

A54 S3012

TCE

UPPER SKILLY RD

Wakefield Regional Council


A113 Q127

A3 S762 S754 A4

A52 A53 A50


T CE

A147 A104 A102

A51 A4 A280

A148

Watervale
SHEO

SOUTH

A4 A372 A50

A16 A15

S763 S755 S756 Q91 S477

A373

SEE MAP CGV/25


A11 A12 A2 A52 Q167 A20 S152 A2
OLD R

AK RD

A3 A148 S90

A149

S27

A1 A100 A276

S28

Q128

Q125

A1

S478

Q169

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


See enlargement map for accurate representation.
Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

LE AS IN G H

IN -M SEE AM MAP CGV/7

RD RO TA

Zones
PrPro T

Primary Production Township Zone Boundary Development Plan Boundary

Zone Map CGV/6


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

5 km

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

S385 A1 A2 A3

A2

S387 A6 A5 A4

A7

A2 A1 A2 A119 A34
GILL EN

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A33 A50 A1 A10 A4 A3 Q6 Q7 A5 A2

S108 S3045 S296 A10

S204

A2 A3

L EIGHTO

R EDWA

S384

A1 A1

DS RD

N RD

A3
SSINGHA M PO PIT RD

Q3 A9 A4 A8 A5 A7 A6

A102 A4 A4 A100 A101 A2 S141

Sevenhill
S BAYE RD

A10 A99

S159

TO W N

A2 A3 A10 A11 S377

A1 A11 A2

Q102

S300

S299 A10 A458 A105

A469 A108 A459


S LAN ANNIE

RD

A1 A3

S89 A102 S80

A27 Q98 Q99 Q100 Q94 A331

A1
G SPRIN

S302

S375

A29 A28 A30 A435 Q4

A453 A100 S305 S304


EV EN

A11
D RO R

A106

RD FARM

MAIN

A2

18

0o

Q97 Q96
D

TA L- MIN HIL

A6

TREVAR RICK R D

A10

S572
90
o

S3023 S142 A421

Q1

A10

NR W GLE WILLO

NA R TATKA

A91 Q138 A6 A5 A4 A7 A3 A2 A5 A8 A1 A21

A427

A14

A95 A12 A201 A2 A106 A314 A202

A11

A1

NORTH

A13

A110 A1 A111 A113 A112

A132

RD

S146

S145

Q2 A51
ANE PEN NA L

A92

S365 S363 S362 S568 A4 S536

Q1 A25 S537

S312

Q71
HUGHE S PARK RD

A22

A18 A6 A9 A1 A19 A5 A20 A3 A2 A4 A24 S66 A1 A2 A1 A3 A1

Penworthham
A75 A1 A300

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S467 S468 A114 A115

A116

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S440 S593 S441 S527

S535

S534 S528 S532

Q61

A26

S194

A1 A3

A2

S24

S3033 A118 A117

IELD FAIRF

A62

S526 S446 S530

S531

A2 A1 A2 Q1 Q2 A95

S25
D

S34

A119 180o A121

RD

A122

A123

S445 S447

S533 S525 S529

Q94

CE R PEAR

Q95 A411 A404 A402

A2

S27
SOLLY

A1

A2 A120 A125

A124

S448

Q140 S749 S750 S751 Q91 S760 Q92 S752

Q142

A412 A403

A3
RRO MT HO CKS R D

S3004

A31

A32 S3007 S573

S581

S HIL L RD

Q118

Q116

A405

A399

Q119

Q117

S760

S757

S19

S472

A8 A398 S802 S803 A382 Q6 Q7


BRYKS

A51 A52 Q58 Q57 Q59

S3006

A297 S574 S577

A54
RD

S3009

S3008

YS RD

A111

A110

S761

S753

S21 Q144 A147 A3 A4


UPPER SKILLY RD

NORTH
RD WEST ER ST GLAETZ

ALER UELLT A11 TCE Q

S3012 A102 A104

GREAT

A113

W akefield Reg ion al Cou ncil


Q127 S27

S762

S754 A148 S763 S756

Watervale
A50
T CE

A52 A53

A147

NORTH ERN R

SOUTH

A51

A4 A50

A372

A16 A15

A4 A280 A2

S755

Q91

S477 A52

SEE MAP CGV/25


Q167 Q169 A11 A12 A2 A20

A373

S28

Q128

Q125

Policy Area 2 Horticulture

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A1

S478

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

S152

A276

LE AS IN G H

Policy Area Map CGV/6


Policy Area Boundary Development Plan Boundary

SHEO AK RD

A3 S90 A100

SEE MAP CGV/7


A148
IN -M AM RO TA RD

A149

OLD R

A1

5 km

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A50

MAP CGV/25 Adjoins


Q167 A11 A12 A2
OLD R D

S90

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


A3 A148

A149

Q151

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Q153 A91
O SAND W S RD

A288

S477
THERN T N OR GREA

A52

S478

Leasingham
S482 Q52 Q53

Q169

A20 A21
NORT
WEST

S152
H TCE

SEE MAP CGV/6


A100

A120

S101

S257

A277

A278

A2

EIM R BLENH

A2 A102 Q173

S121

S256
KENW Y ORTH RD

S255

S232

RD

A2 Q91

S479

A364 A363
E AK
LD R FIE D

A171

LEASINGHAM
WIL LIAM S RD

TCE

A4 S782

WATERVALE
A2 A102 A101

A274

S230

KS R B LO C D

A270

MAIN

A51

S334 S334

Q51 A100

A3

A4

S781 A103

H RT NO

GRAC E RD

A2

BL OC

K S RD

S217

S219

Q104 A265 Q105

HEAN RD

RD

Q56

A13 A52 S394 A14

A12

S214

A21

A22
HEAN

WER SKILLY

RD

A2
FINNS RD

S218
RS RD TAYLO

A264
Y WINER

A266
RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Q58

LO

OOD PARK GREENW

RD

Mulkirri
Q5 A2
ER FITZ G D ALD R

A100 A101
POLLA

S418

S413
D TON R OVER

Q61 A62

S395 S287 S3037


GARDINER RD

S249 S267 Q11

Q116

RD RD

A3

A1 A91
ILL RD F LAXM

S250

S419

IS DENN

S432 S288
BE SCHO

RD

A63

S268

S375

S376

NR OVERTO

S3022

S433

A107

TANK

RD

A55 A53

ERN M ADD

RD

R RD

A56

A57 A58

A91
AUBU

RA ANOO RN-M

RD

A111 A108
NORTH

HE AR C

R ST
KINGS

A18
FREEM

STAN

LEY ST N G ST CURLI ST ELDER

ST

A83

TON TC

S406

AUBURN
GARDINER RD

S290
KLAU RD

D T R POR ST
Y HENR
H ST S OU T

Auburn

A N RD

Auburn

D FOR

DALY

ST

WEST

ST

ST
WHIT

A109

S504

PO N

SA RD DERO

A5

A4

A2

A11

A8 A21

A2
E ST GLOB

S381
ES RD MOOR

SEE MAP CGV/26


S292 S272
SMITH

D RD EHEA

A9

MIL SEE MAP CGV/27 L L ANE

A110

RAGL AN

ST

S64

-S

S505 A71
DENNISON RD

A9

S298

ISH RD ENGL

RD

BAUM RD

EL LER

Y RD

Q2 A783 Q1

S667

S670

L
E

W O
A784 A1

S527

A501 A500

S512

S511

A100

S293 S294

R T

S286

Q3

Q4

Q5

S671

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

2,000 m

Location Map CGV/7


Tourist Routes

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A50

MAP CGV/25 Adjoins


Q167 A11 A12 A2
OLD R D

S90

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


A3 A148

A149

Q151

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Q153 A91
O SAND W S RD

A288

S477
THERN T N OR GREA

A52

S478

Leasingham
S482 Q52 Q53

Q169

A20 A21
NORT
WEST TCE

S152
H TCE

SEE MAP CGV/6


A100

A120

S101

S257

A277

A278 A2 S232 S255

EIM R BLENH

A2 A102 Q173 Q172 S120 A4 S782

S121

S256
KENW Y ORTH RD

RD

A2 Q91

S479 A364 A363


E AK
LD R FIE D

A171

A274

S230

KS R B LO C

WIL LIAM S RD

A270 A3 A100
GRAC

A2 S781

A102 A101

A4

A51

S334 S334

Q51

A2
BL OC K S RD

S217

S219

Q104

A103 A265 Q105

HEAN

E RD

RD

RD

Q56

A13 A52 S394 A14

A12

S214

A21

A22
HEAN

WER SKILLY

A2
FINNS RD

S218
RS RD TAYLO

A264
Y WINER

A266
RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Q58

K AR OOD P GREENW

LO

RD

Mulkirri
Q5 A2
ER FITZ G D ALD R

M
A
IN

A100 A101
POLLA

S418

S413
D TON R OVER

Q61 A62

S395 S287 S3037


GARDINER RD

S249

Q116

S267

Q11 A1

RD RD

A3

S250

S419

IS DENN

RT NO

S432 S288
BE SCHO

RD

S268

A91

A63

S375

S376

NR OVERTO

H
D ERN R

ILL RD F LAXM

S3022

S433

A107

TANK

RD

A54

A55 A53

M ADD

R RD

A56

A57 A58

A91
AUBU

RA ANOO RN-M

RD

A111 A108
NORTH

HE AR C

R ST
KINGS

A18
FREEM

ST

S406
KLAU RD

S290

D T R POR ST
Y HENR
H ST S OU T

Auburn

RD

Auburn

STAN

LEY ST N G ST CURLI ST ELDER

A83

D FOR

DALY

ST

TON TC E

A N RD

WEST

ST

ST

GARDINER RD

A109

S504

PO N

SA RD DERO

A5

A4

A2

A11

A8 A21

A2
E ST GLOB

S381
ES RD MOOR

SEE MAP CGV/26


S292 S272
SMITH

WHIT D RD EHEA

A9

MIL SEE MAP CGV/27 L L ANE

A110

RAGL AN

ST

S64

-S

S505 A71
DENNISON RD

A9

S298

ISH RD ENGL

RD

BAUM RD

EL LER

Y RD

Q2 A783 Q1

S667

S670 A784 A1

L
E

W O

S527

A501 A500

S511 S512

A100

S293

R T H

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S294

S286

Q3

Q4

Q5

S671

2,000 m

Overlay Map CGV/7


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A50

MAP CGV/25 Adjoins


Q167 A11 A12 A2
OLD R D

S90

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


A3 A148

A149

Q151

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Q153 A91
O SAND W S RD

A288

S477
THERN T N OR GREA

A52

S478

Leasingham
S482 Q52 Q53

Q169

A20 A21
NORT
WEST TCE

S152
H TCE

SEE MAP CGV/6


A100

A120

S101

S257

A277

A278 A2 S232 S255

EIM R BLENH

A2 A102 Q173 Q172 S120 A4 S782

S121

S256
KENW Y ORTH RD

RD

A2 Q91

S479 A364 A363


E AK
LD R FIE D

A171

A274

S230

KS R B LO C

WIL LIAM S RD

A270 A3 A100
GRAC

A2 S781

A102 A101

A4

A51

S334 S334

Q51

A2
BL OC K S RD

S217

S219

Q104

A103 A265 Q105

HEAN

E RD

RD

RD

Q56

A13 A52 S394 A14

A12

S214

A21

A22
HEAN

WER SKILLY

A2
FINNS RD

S218
RS RD TAYLO

A264
Y WINER

A266
RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Q58

K AR OOD P GREENW

LO

RD

Mulkirri
Q5 A2
ER FITZ G D ALD R

M
A
IN

A100 A101
POLLA

S418

S413
D TON R OVER

Q61 A62

S395 S287 S3037


GARDINER RD

S249

Q116

S267

Q11 A1

RD RD

A3

S250

S419

IS DENN

RT NO

S432 S288
BE SCHO

RD

S268

A91

A63

S375

S376

NR OVERTO

H
D ERN R

ILL RD F LAXM

S3022

S433

A107

TANK

RD

A54

A55 A53

M ADD

R RD

A56

A57 A58

A91
AUBU

RA ANOO RN-M

RD

A111 A108
NORTH

HE AR C

R ST
KINGS

A18
FREEM

ST

S406
KLAU RD

S290

D T R POR ST
Y HENR
H ST S OU T

Auburn

RD

Auburn

STAN

LEY ST N G ST CURLI ST ELDER

A83

D FOR

DALY

ST

TON TC E

A N RD

WEST

ST

ST

GARDINER RD

A109

S504

PO N

SA RD DERO

A5

A4

A2

A11

A8 A21

A2
E ST GLOB

S381
ES RD MOOR

SEE MAP CGV/26


S292 S272
SMITH

WHIT D RD EHEA

A9

MIL SEE MAP CGV/27 L L ANE

A110

RAGL AN

ST

S64

-S

S505 A71
DENNISON RD

A9

S298

ISH RD ENGL

RD

BAUM RD

EL LER

Y RD

Q2 A783 Q1

S667

S670 A784 A1

L
E

W O

S527

A501 A500

S511 S512

A100

S293

R T H

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S294

S286

Q3

Q4

Q5

S671

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

2,000 m

Overlay Map CGV/7


State heritage place

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A50

MAP CGV/25 Adjoins


A11 A12 A2
GREAT

S90

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


A3 A148

A149

Q151

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Q153 A91
O SAND W S RD

A288

OLD R

S477 S478

SEE MAP CGV/6 Q167


A52 S482 Q169

D
NORTH

A20 A21
NORT H TCE

S152

A100

Leasingham
Q52 Q53
WEST TCE

A120

S101

S257

A277

A278 A2 S232 S255

EIM R BLENH

D ERN R

A2 A102 Q173 Q172 S120 A4 S782

S121

S256
KENW Y ORTH RD

A2 Q91

S479 A364 A363


E AK
LD R FIE D

A171

A274

S230

KS R B LO C

WIL LIAM S RD

A270 A3 A100
GRAC

A2 S781

A102 A101

A4

A51

S334 S334

Q51

A2
BL OC K S RD

S217

S219

Q104

A103 A265 Q105

HEAN

E RD

RD

RD

Q56

A13 A52 S394 A14

A12

S214

A21

A22
HEAN

WER SKILLY

A2
FINNS RD

S218
RS RD TAYLO

A264
Y WINER

A266
RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Q58

K AR OOD P GREENW

LO

RD

Mulkirri
Q5 A2

M
A

A100 A101
POLLA

S418

S413
D TON R OVER

Q61 A62

S395

PrPro

ER F ITZG

D ALD R

S249

Q116

S267

Q11 A1

IN
IS DENN

RD RD

A3

S3037
GARDINER RD

S250

S419

RT NO

S432 S288
BE SCHO

RD

S268

A91

A63

S375

S376

NR OVERTO

H
D ERN R

ILL RD F LAXM

S3022

S433

A107

TA

NK RD

A54

A55 A53

M ADD

R RD

A56

A57 A58

A91
AUBU

RA ANOO RN-M

RD

A111 A108
NORTH

HE AR C

R ST

A18 A83
M FREE

S406
KLAU RD

S290

SEE MAP CGV/26 Auburn


WEST

ST

D T R POR ST
Y HENR
H ST S OU T

RD

TO KINGS

AuburnD

D FOR

STAN

T LEY S N G ST CURLI ST ELDER

SEE MAP CGV/27


T ALY S

ST
A2

N TCE

A N RD

ST

GARDINER RD

A109

S504

PO N

SA RD DERO

A5

A4

A2

A11

A8 A21

S381
ES RD MOOR

A
N MILL LA E

GLOBE

WHITE HEAD

A110

S292

S272

A9

RAGL AN

ST

S64

ST

R N

SMITH

-S

RD

S505 A71
DENNISON RD

A9

S298

ISH RD ENGL

RD

BAUM RD

EL LER

Y RD

Q2 A783 Q1

S667

S670 A784 A1

L
E

W O

S527

A501 A500

S511 S512

A100

S293

R T H

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S294

S286

Q3

Q4

Q5

S671

2,000 m

PrPro

Zones

Zone Map CGV/7


Zone Boundary Primary Production

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A50

MAP CGV/25 Adjoins


THERN T N OR GREA

S477

A52

Q167

A11

A12

A2

S90

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


A3 A148

A149

Q151

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Q153 A91
O SAND W S RD

A288

OLD R D

SEE MAP CGV/6


S482

Q169

A20 A21
NORT
WEST

S152

A100

A120

S101

S257

A277

A278 A2 S232 S255

EIM R BLENH

RD

S478

Leasingham
Q52 Q53

H TCE

A2 A102 Q173 S120 A4 S782

S121

S256
KENW Y ORTH RD

A2 Q91

TCE

S479 A364 A363


E AK
LD R FIE D

A171
RD

A274

S230

KS R B LO C

Q172 A270 A3 A100


GRAC

RS R TAYLO

WILLIAM S

A2 S781

A102 A101 Q104 A103

A4

A51

S334 S334

Q51

A2
BL OC K S RD

RD

Q56

A13 A52 S394 A14

A12

S217

S219

HEAN

E RD

A265 Q105
WINERY RD

RD

S214

A21

A22
HEAN

WER SKILLY

A2
FINNS RD

S218

A264

A266

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Q58
RK GREENW O OD PA RD

LO

Mulkirri
Q5 S395 S287 A62 S3037
GARDINER RD

A2

M
A
ER FITZ G D ALD R

A100 Q116 A101


D RD POLLAR

S418

S413
D TON R OVER

Q61

S267

Q11

IN

S249

A3

A1

S250

S419

RT NO

S432 S288 S268 A55 A53 A91


DENN

A63

S375

S376

NR OVERTO

H
D ERN R

ILL RD F LAXM

S3022

S433
RD TANK
B SCHO

M ADD

IS RD

A107

A54

A56

A57 A58

A91
AUBU

RA ANOO RN-M

RD

A111 A108 S406

HE AR C

R ST
KINGS

A18
FREEM

RD

ER RD

STAN

LEY ST N G ST CURLI ST ELDER

S290
KLAU RD

D T R POR ST
Y HENR
H ST S OU T

Auburn

NORTH

ST

A83

Auburn

D FOR

DALY

ST

TON TC E

A N RD

WEST

ST

ST

GARDINER RD

A109

S504

PO N

SA RD DERO

A5

A4

A2

A11

A8 A21

A2
E ST GLOB

S381
ES RD MOOR

SEE MAP CGV/26


S292 S272
SMITH

WHIT D RD EHEA

A9

MIL SEE MAP CGV/27 L L ANE

A110

RAGL AN

ST

S64

-S

S505 A71
DENNISON RD

A9

S298

ISH RD ENGL

RD

BAUM RD

EL LER

Y RD

Q2 A783 Q1

S667

S670 A784 A1

L
E

W O

S527

A501 A500

S511 S512

A100

S293

R T H

Policy Area 2 Horticulture

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S294

S286

Q3

Q4

Q5

S671

2,000 m

Policy Area Map CGV/7


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A129

A128

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S343 S329

A135 A101

A100 A379 A95 A378 A377 A212

A96

A155

A146
P THOM

A145

A376

RIEST SON P RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MINTARO

A315 A316
QU SLAT E R ARRY D

A10

A11

A381

A380

S612

MAP CGV/9 Adjoins

A319

A137

A317

A138
RD UNGA KADL

S177 S176 S421 A5

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Location Map CGV/8


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MINTARO

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

A129

A128

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A4

S343 S329

A135

A101 A100 A379 A95 A378 A377 A212 A155 A96

A146
P THOM

A145

A376

RIEST SON P RD

A10

A11

A381

A380

S612

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/9 Adjoins

A316

SL AT E

RY RD QUAR

A319

A137

A138
RD UNGA KADL

A317

S177 S176 A5

S421

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/8


State heritage place State Heritage Area

MINTARO

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A129

A128

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A4

S343 S329

A135

A101 A100 A379 A95 A378 A377 A212 A155 A96

A146
P THOM

A145

A376

RIEST SON P RD

A10

A11

A381

A380

S612

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/9 Adjoins

A316

QU SLATE

SHA(M)
ARRY RD

18 0

A319

A137

A317

A138

PrPro
KADL U N GA RD

S177 S176 A5

S421

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

Zones
PrPro SHA(M)

Primary Production Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/8


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MINTARO

State Heritage Area (Mintaro)

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A128 A129 A4

S343

S329

A135 A101 A100 A379 A95 A378 A155 A212 A377


T HOM P PSON RIEST

A96

8
A145

A376

RD

S612 A381 A10 A315 A11 A380

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/9 Adjoins

A316

QU SLATE

ARRY

RD

8m 90 o 25

9 7
18 0
o

Centreline of southern creek alignment


A137 A317

A138

D N GA R KADLU

S177

S176

A5

S421

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Policy Area 7 Residential (Mintaro) 8 Rural Living (Mintaro) 9 Township Fringe (Mintaro)

500 m

MINTARO

Policy Area Map CGV/8


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A128 A129 A4

S343

S329

A135 A101 A100 A379 A95 A378 A155 A212 A377 A96

A146
P THOM

A145

A376

RD RIEST SON P

S612 A381 A380

A11 A10 A315

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/9 Adjoins

A316
QU SLAT E RD ARRY

8m 90 o 25

2
A319

Centreline of southern creek alignment


A137 A317

A138
RD UNGA KADL

S177

S176

A5

S421

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Precinct 2 Western Residential

500 m

MINTARO

Precinct Map CGV/8


Precinct Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


RD PPE RO

S121

STANLEY
-MIN ILL NH VE SE O TAR RD

RE

A337
MERIL DIN R D

CO

S343

CHU OLIC TH CA
ST

RCH R

A5 Q20 A2 A3 A4 A10

Q21

A109

ON RT BU

A101

A1

A96

A11

A155

BURRA

ST

R STON KING D

A145

ST TORR

MINTARO

S612

ST KING

Mintaro
A1 A110

MAP CGV/8 Adjoins

RY RD QUAR SLATE

YO UN G

HILL S

T
MIL LS T

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

ST
STEIN ST

SHORT

ST

A137 A2

JACKA

RD

KIT ES

ST FIELD WAKE

GHAM

A111
MA NO

LEASIN

RD

A330

A328

O M AR IN O R TA RD

Q4

A5

A6

Q14 A112 A2

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Location Map CGV/9


School

MINTARO

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


RD PPE RO RE

S121
DIN RD MERIL

A337

S343

URCH LIC CH THO A1 CA


ON RT BU

RD

A5 Q21 Q20 A2 A3 A4 A10


ST

CO

A4

A145

BURRA

MAP CGV/8 Adjoins

KIT ES

RD

LEA SIN GH

AM

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

-MIN ILL NH VE SE

A101

O TAR RD

A109

KING R STON D

ST

A96 A155

ST TORR

A11

S612

ST KING

Mintaro
A1 A110

RY RD QUAR SLATE

YO UN G

HILL S

T
MIL LS T

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

ST
STEIN ST

SHORT

ST

ST FIELD WAKE

A137

A2

JACKA

RD

A111 A330 A328


MA NO

O M AR IN O R TA RD

Q4

A5

A6 A112 A2 Q14

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/9


State heritage place State Heritage Area

MINTARO

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


RD PPE RO RE

S121
D DIN R

A337
MERIL

S343

HOLIC CAT
ON RT BU

CHUR

CH R

CO

A4

A145

ST TORR

A10

S612

ST KING

MAP CGV/8 Adjoins

RY RD QUAR SLATE

SHA(M)
HILL S T
MIL LS T

Mintaro

BURRA

A4

ST

KIT ES

LEASIN

A330

GHAM

RD

18 0

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

-MIN ILL NH VE SE

A101

O TAR RD

A5 A1 A2 Q20

Q21

A109

ST

A11 A3

PrPro

A96 A155
R STON KING D

A1 A110

YO UN G

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

ST
STEIN ST

SHORT

ST

ST FIELD WAKE

A137

A2

A111

JACKA

RD

A328

MA NO

O M AR IN O R TA RD

Q4

A5

A6 A112 A2 Q14

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Zones
PrPro SHA(M)

Primary Production Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/9


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MINTARO

State Heritage Area (Mintaro)

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


S121
RD RE

A337
D MERIL

A4
H RD HURC OLIC C

CATH

CO

PPE RO

IN RD

S343 A5
ST

A96 A2 A155 A4
KING

8
S612
R QU A R SLATE Y RD
YO UN G

ST KING

Straigh

t Line

BURRA

ST TORR

A10

ST

Ce

ntr

elin

A3

eo

fC

r ee

-MIN ILL NH VE SE

A101

O TAR RD

A109 Q21
ON RT BU

A1 A11

RD STON

MAP CGV/8 Adjoins

25 8m

HILL S
ST

A110

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MIL LS T

A1

STEIN ST

SHORT

ST

A137
FIELD WAKE
KIT ES T

Mintaro

ST

180o

Centreline of southern creek alignment


JACKA RD

A2

9
A111 A330 A328
M AN O

O M AR IN O R TA RD

A5

18 0

Q4

A6

A112
AM RD
LEA SIN GH

A2

Q14

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Policy Area 6 Town Centre (Mintaro) 7 Residential (Mintaro) 8 Rural Living (Mintaro) 9 Township Fringe (Mintaro)

500 m

MINTARO

Policy Area Map CGV/9


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


S121
RD RE

A337
DIN R MERIL

A4

S343

LIC THO CA
ON RT BU

CHUR

CH RD

CO

PPE RO

A3 A155
KINGS

A4

A145

ST TORR

A10

KING

ST

S612

Straig

ht Line
A1

QU SLATE

ARRY

RD
YO UN G

HILL S

BURRA

A96

ST

-MIN ILL NH VE SE

A101

O TAR RD

A109 A5 Q21

ST

A1 A2

Q20

A11

D TON R

A110

MAP CGV/8 Adjoins

25 8m

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

ST
STEIN ST

MIL LS T
FIE WAKE LD ST

S SHORT

2 1
A137

KIT ES

4
180o A2

Mintaro
Centreline of southern creek alignment
JACKA
RD

RD

A111

LEASIN

GHAM

A328

M AN O

O M AR

A330

IN O R TA RD

Q4

A6 A5

A112 A2

Q14

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Precinct 1 Core Residential 2 Western Residential 3 Northern Residential 4 Eastern Residential

500 m

MINTARO

Precinct Map CGV/9


Precinct Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A91 S177
RD BO WM ANS

S176

A451

S179

A2

A443

BARRIER HWY

K FOR CHIN

O AN OR M AIN R TA O R

D LA NE

S422

S315

A1

A2

A3

COMME RCIAL RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A439

MANOORA
ST
A2

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S259 A440

WE YM OU TH

Manoora
Q2
ST

A70

MI LL

-MANOO RA R

ELIZ

AUBURN

ABE TH

ST

JOHN S

LO

UIS

ST

A447 A73 S268


MANOO RA-WAT ERLOO

RD

A1 Q91

Q92

S271

OLD MANOORA RD

A105

Chinkford

Q20 Q21

S273

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

School

Location Map CGV/10


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MANOORA

Railways

Tourist Routes

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


S176 A91 S177
RD BO WM ANS

A451

A2

S179 A443

B AR RIE R HWY

K FOR CHIN

O AN OR M AIN R TA O R

D LA NE

S422

S315

A1

A2

A3
CO MMER

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

CIAL RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A439

ST

A2

S259 A440

WE YM OU TH

Manoora
Q2
ST

A70

ELIZ

ABE TH

ST

MI LL

AUBUR

N-MANO OR

A RD

JOHN ST

LO

UIS

ST

S268 A73
MANOO RA-WAT ERLOO RD

A447

A1 Q91

Q92

OLD MANOORA RD

A105

Chinkford

Q20 Q21

S271

S273

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/10


Primary Arterial Roads

MANOORA

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


S176 A91 S177
RD BO WM ANS

A451

A2

S179 A443

B AR RIE R HWY

K FOR CHIN

O AN OR M AIN R TA O R

D LA NE

S422

S315

A1

A2

A3
CO MMER

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

CIAL RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A439

ST

A2

S259 A440

WE YM OU TH

Manoora
Q2
ST

A70

ELIZ

ABE TH

ST

MI LL

AUBUR

N-MANO OR

A RD

JOHN ST

LO

UIS

ST

S268 A73
MANOO RA-WAT ERLOO RD

A447

A1 Q91

Q92

OLD MANOORA RD

A105

Chinkford

Q20 Q21

S271

S273

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/10


State heritage place

MANOORA

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A451 A91 S176
RD BO WM ANS

S177

A2 A443

S179

TA RO

T
RD

S422

A1 A2 S315

A3

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

PrPro
A439

18 0o

B AR RIE R HWY

D KFOR CHIN

ST

WE YM OU TH

AN M O AOR I M

LANE

CO MMER

CIAL RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A2

S259 A440 A70


AUBURN

Manoora
Q2
ST

ABE TH

-MANOO RA

RD

T
ST MI LL

ELIZ

LO

JOHN ST

UIS

AS

A447 A73
MANOO RA-WAT ERLOO RD

0 18

S268

A1

Q91

Q92

Chinkford

OLD MANOORA RD

Q20

S271

A105

S273

Q21

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

MANOORA

Zones
PrPro T

Zone Map CGV/10


Primary Production Township Zone Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A11

MAIN ROAD 45

A2

HILDE RD
QUINNS GAP RD

A501

A465

MAHOOD ST

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

WATERLOO
EE QU N

A102

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A6 A1
RD

ST

Waterloo
WATERLOO-MARRABELL
SOWTEN ST

WILL IAM ST

A477

A460

A23
SYDNEY ST

A475 A450

Q106

Q105

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

250 m

Location Map CGV/11


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

WATERLOO

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A2

A11

HILDE RD
QUINNS GAP RD

A501

MAIN ROAD 45

T
A465

QU NS EE T

PrPro
MAHOOD ST

A102

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A477

A1

Waterloo
SOWTEN ST

WILL IAM ST

A460
RD

A23
SYDNEY ST

WATERLOO-MARRABELL

A475

A450

Q105

A6

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Q106

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

250 m

Zones
PrPro T

Primary Production Township Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/11


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

WATERLOO

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A542

A456

S389

AU

BU R

-S

LE

A21

R
A22

A457

AR RI ER

A20

H D

HW

SADDLEWORTH

A465

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A2

IC

H
RY

A92

A M

ST

L S
AS ST

ON LT EE ST

RD

TH

M O

S CURB T

TR PA IC K ST

A523 A2
HA ZE LE IG HR D

A3

A1
LL ST

A466

HI

RD

A536 A468
ES RD

A499

BU RR A

A93

SA

DD

LE

MC A

UL

I FF

RD

A467

A53

BRID LE

A95

Saddleworth

ST

CH

AR L ES

ST IRR UP ST
UR S T

ST

A105

SP

A423
BI T ST

E N

K AR W

WH

IP

ST

A98
IN M EN D ST

E L V ID E R E R D

A500 A424

MAP CGV/13 Adjoins

A93

500 m

School

Location Map CGV/12


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

SADDLEWORTH

Public Library Railways Tourist Routes

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A542

A456

S389

AU

BU R

-S

LE

A92

A21

R
A22

A457

AR RI ER

A20

H D

HW

A465

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A2

IC

A M

RY

ST

L S
AS ST

ON LT EE ST

RD

TH

M O

CURB ST

TR PA IC K ST

A523 A2
HA ZE LE IGH

A3

RD

A1
LL ST

A466

HI

RD

A536
ES

A468

BU RR A

A93

SA

DD

LE

MC A

UL

I FF

RD

A499

RD

A467

A53

BRID LE

A95

Saddleworth

ST

CH

AR L ES

ST IRR UP ST
UR S T

ST

A105

SP

A423 A98
BI T ST

E N

K AR W

WH

IP

ST

B E L V ID E R
D IN M

A500 A424

EN ST

MAP CGV/13 Adjoins

R D

A93

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/12


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

SADDLEWORTH

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A542

A456

S389

AU

BU R

-S

LE

A92

A21

R
A22

A457

AR RI ER

A20

HW

A465

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A2

IC

A M

RY

ST

L S
AS ST

ON LT EE ST

RD

TH

M O

CURB ST

TR PA IC K ST

A523 A2
HA ZE LE IGH

A3

RD

A1
LL ST

A466

HI

RD

A536
ES

A468

BU RR A

A93

SA

DD

LE

MC A

UL

I FF

RD

A499

RD

A467

A53

BRID LE

A95

Saddleworth

ST

CH

AR L ES

ST IRR UP ST
UR S T

ST

A105

SP

A423 A98
BI T ST

E N

K AR W

WH

IP

ST

B E L V ID E R

A500 A424

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

D IN M

EN ST

MAP CGV/13 Adjoins

R D

A93

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/12


State heritage place

SADDLEWORTH

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A542

A456

S389

AU

BU R

-S

LE

A92

A21

R
A22

A457

AR RI ER

A20

H D

HW

A465

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A2

IC

PrPro
H A
A M RY ST

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

L S
AS ST

ON LT EE ST

RD

TH

M O

CURB ST

TR PA IC K ST

A523 A2
HA ZE LE IGH

A3

RD

A1
LL ST

A466

HI

RD

A536
ES

A468

BU RR A

A93

SA

DD

LE

MC A

UL

I FF

RD

A499

RD

A467

A53

A95

Saddleworth
BRID LE

CH

UR S

TCe
E N K AR W

AR L ES

ST IRR UP ST

ST

ST

18 0

SP

A105
WH IP ST

B E L
S T

V ID E R

D IN M

EN

A423

A98

BI T

ST

ST

MAP CGV/13 Adjoins

R D

A93

A500

A424

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

Zones
PrPro R TCe

Primary Production Residential Town Centre

Zone Map CGV/12


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

SADDLEWORTH

Zone Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/12 Adjoins


R
A423 S420
GOL F COURSE RD

BIT CR AW FO RD

ST

FR

IC ER ED

ST

P HI

ST

A93

A500

A105

S415

REIN S

AV

A433
TH IR G
RD

WARR EN

CR

AW F

OR D

SR

ST

A424

S A
S442

D D

A3

L E W O R

HWY

A52 A10

H -E

UN UD

BARR IER

SADDLEWORTH

A440

BE

HN

SR

D A
A445

A53

S402

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

R D

A13
AS HT ON R D

A420

A1

S105

S430

Q91 Q92
SCHULZ RD

S6 S7

S404

S405

MAIN OLD

A93

Railways

Tourist Routes

RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Location Map CGV/13


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

SADDLEWORTH

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/12 Adjoins


A423 S420

CR

BIT AW F OR D

ST

FR

IC ER ED

ST

P HI

ST

A93

A500

A105

S415

REIN ST

AV

GOLF COURSE RD

A433
TH IR G
RD

WARR EN

CR

AW F

OR D

SR

ST

A424

S A
S442

D D

A3

L E W O R
T

BARR IER HWY

A52 A10

H -E

UN UD

A440

BE

HN

SR

D A
A445 A53

S402

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

R D

A13
AS HT ON R D

A420

A1

S105
L Z RD SCHU

S430

Q91 Q92 S6 S405 S7

S404

A93

SCHULZ

Primary Arterial Roads

Secondary Arterial Roads

AIN RD OLD M

RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/13


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

SADDLEWORTH

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/12 Adjoins


A423 S420
GOLF COURSE RD

CR

BIT AW F OR D

ST

FR

ED

IC ER

ST

P HI

ST

A93

A500

A424

A105

S415

REIN ST

AV

A433
TH IR G
RD

WARR EN

A53 A3

CR

AW F

OR D

SR

ST

S A
S442

D D L E W O

BARR IER HWY

BH
A10

R
T H -E

RuL

A52

In
MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A445

UN UD

BE

HN

SR

D A

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S402

R D

A13
AS HT ON R D

180o

A420

A1

S105

L SCHU

Z RD

S430

Q92

PrPro

Q91

S6

S404

SCHULZ

AIN RD OLD M

RD

A93

S405

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S7

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

Zones
BH In PrPro R RuL

Bulk Handling Industry Primary Production Residential Rural Living

Zone Map CGV/13


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

SADDLEWORTH

Zone Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S729

Q93 A58 S730

Q92

A57 S824

A59

A1

A60 Q1 A61

Q5

A2

A55

A54

A53

A51

A49

MAIN

Q2

MILNE ST

NORTH

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A3

BERNARD

ST
SPENCER ST

RD

Q4 A100

JAMES ST

A5

HARRIET ST

Rhynie

Y RH NIE LA -BA AR AV KL D

S555

A334

RH

YN

LR BE RA AR M IE-

R SPR -SALTE RHYNIE

INGS

RD

A97

S530

A2

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

RHYNIE

500 m

Location Map CGV/14


Tourist Routes

RHYNIE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Q92

Q93 S729 S730 A58

A57 S824

A59

A1

A60 Q1 A61

Q5

A2

A55

A54

A53

A51

A49

MAIN

Q2

MILNE ST

NORTH

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A3

BERNARD

ST
SPENCER ST

RD

Q4 A100

JAMES ST

A5

HARRIET ST

Rhynie

Y RH NIE LA -BA AR AV KL D

S555

A334

RH

YN

LR BE RA AR M IE-

R SPR -SALTE RHYNIE

INGS

RD

A97

A2 S530

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/14


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

RHYNIE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Q92

Q93 S729 S730 A58

A57 S824

A59

A1

A60 Q1 A61

Q5

A2

A55

A54

A53

A51

A49

MAIN

Q2

MILNE ST

NORTH

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A3

BERNARD

ST
SPENCER ST

RD

Q4 A100

JAMES ST

A5

HARRIET ST

Rhynie

Y RH NIE LA -BA AR AV KL D

S555

A334

RH

YN

LR BE RA AR M IE-

R SPR -SALTE RHYNIE

INGS

RD

A97

A2 S530

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/14


State heritage place

RHYNIE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Q93 S729 S730 A58

Q92

A57 S824

A59

A1

A60 Q1 A61

Q5

A55 A2 A54 A53

A51

A49

MAIN

Q2

MILNE ST
H YN IE -B

NORTH

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A LA

LA VA

A3

BERNARD ST

T
JAMES ST

A5

HARRIET ST

SPENCER ST

RD
A100

Q4

Rhynie

PrPro
AR -M IE YN RH RA L BE

RD

S555 A334
INGS RD

R SPR -SALTE RHYNIE

A97

S530

A2

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

Zones
PrPro T

Primary Production Township Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/14


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

RHYNIE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


RIVERTON-UNDALYA RD

A49 A50 A51

A249 S89

A99

A3

A12

Q138

Q140

Q106

Q96 A239 A120

A69

RH YN IE

-M AR RA BE LR D

A1057_86 Q139 Q141 Q107 A227

Q97

A229 A4 A238 A13

A70 A2 A3000 A13

A1
HART LEY S T

WA S HIN GTO N
SWINDE N ST

A122
RD

A98
K PL

A123

A100

FREDE RIC

RIVERTON
A113 Q111

A2000
PAUL ST

STRICKL AND

ST

LIGHT ST

A100

XF

RD

TC

A121

GRAY ST

CHARLE

Riverton
S ST

RD

JAMES ST

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

TOR REN S

MAT THE

A21

W PL

A109

SI

DI

NG

S ST

GILBER T

FREDRI CK P L

ST

A72

JEAN PL

MAST ER

A91

A4 A5

ST

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MALLE NC

A11 A13 A10

HORNER

ST

FREDER

A99

SARA S

A110

KELLY ST

ICK PL

A7

GLYNN ST

MO OR HO

A101

A1

A169

USE TC

A5 A102

WHITE H

NOBBY

ST

DAVIS ST

MILL ST

ILL RD

A1

A100

A78 A101 A109


CAMACS

MURRAY

A103

A6

SEE MAP CGV/16


A105

RD

A91

A3 A1

BAR RIER HWY

A2

A92

A93

S520

S538

A52

A53

S541

A104

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

School

Public Library Hospital

Other Health Services Railways

Location Map CGV/15


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

RIVERTON

Tourist Routes

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


RIVERTON-UNDALYA RD

A49 A50 A51

A249 S89

A3

A99

A12

Q138

Q140

Q106

Q96 A239 A120

RH YN IE

A69

-M AR RA BE LR D

A1057_86 Q139 Q141 Q107 A227

Q97

A229 A4 A238 A13

A70 A2
HART LEY S T

A1 A3000 A13
WA SH
SWINDE N ST

IN G TO N

A122
RD

A98
K PL

A123

A100

FREDE RIC

A2000 A113
PAUL ST

ST RICKL

AND ST

LIGHT ST

A100

OX

FO

RD

TC

A121
E

Q111

GRAY ST

CHARLES

Riverton
ST

RD

JAMES ST

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

TOR REN S

MAT THE

A21

W PL

A109

SI

DI

NG

ST

GILBER T

FREDRI CK P L

ST

A72

JEAN PL

MAST E RS

A91

A4 A5

ST

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MALLE NC

A11 A13 A10

HORN ER

ST

FREDER

A99

SARA S

A110

KELLY ST

ICK PL

A7

GLYNN ST

MO ORH

A169

OUSE TC

A101

A1

A5 A102

WHITE H

NOBBY

ST

DAVIS ST

MILL ST

ILL RD

A1

A100

A78 A101

MURRAY

A103

A6

CAMAC S RD

A109

SEE MAP CGV/16


A105

A91

A3 A1

BARRIER HWY

A2

A92

A93

S520

A52 S538

A53

S541 A104

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/15


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

RIVERTON

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


RIVERTON-UNDALYA RD

A49 A50 A51

A249 S89

A3

A99

A12

Q138

Q140

Q106

Q96 A239 A120

RH YN IE

A69

-M AR RA BE LR D

A1057_86 Q139 Q141 Q107 A227

Q97

A229 A4 A238 A13

A70 A2
HART LEY S T

A1 A3000 A13
WA SH
SWINDE N ST

IN G TO N

A122
RD

A98
K PL

A123

A100

FREDE RIC

A2000 A113
PAUL ST

ST RICKL

AND ST

LIGHT ST

A100

OX

FO

RD

TC

A121
E

Q111

GRAY ST

CHARLES

Riverton
ST

RD

JAMES ST

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

TOR REN S

MAT THE

A21

W PL

A109

SI

DI

NG

ST

GILBER T

FREDRI CK P L

ST

A72

JEAN PL

MAST E RS

A91

A4 A5

ST

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MALLE NC

A11 A13 A10

HORN ER

ST

FREDER

A99

SARA S

A110

KELLY ST

ICK PL

A7

GLYNN ST

MO ORH

A169

OUSE TC

A101

A1

A5 A102

WHITE H

NOBBY

ST

DAVIS ST

MILL ST

ILL RD

A1

A100

A78 A101

MURRAY

A103

A6

CAMAC S RD

A109

SEE MAP CGV/16


A105

A91

A3 A1

BARRIER HWY

A2

A92

A93

S520

A52 S538

A53

S541 A104

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/15


State heritage place

RIVERTON

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A49
RIVERTON-UNDALYA RD

A249 S89

A99

A50

A3

A51 Q138 A12 Q140 Q106 Q96 A239 A120


RD

RH

YN IEMA RR AB EL

A1057_86 Q139 Q141

Q97 A229

A69

Q107 A227

Rec
A13 A1

A4

A70 A2 A122
HART LE Y ST

A238

A3000 A13

75m

WAS H

R
A113 Q111
M ASTE

IN G TO N

A123 A100

RD

CP A98
A121 A100

90

ST RICKL

AND ST

SWINDE

PAUL ST

N ST

LIGHT ST

GRAY ST

CHARL ES ST

Riverton
JEAN PL
FREDRI CK P L

M ATTH

ST

NG

GILBER T

RD

ST

A72

EW PL

RS ST

A91
DI

A4 A5

JAMES ST

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

SI

A109 A21
MALLE NC

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

TOR REN S

A1 A101

GLYNN ST

A99

FREDER

A169

KELLY ST

MOORH O

USE TC E
SARA S

ICK PL

A7

18

0o

A110 A11

R
MILL ST

A5

OX

FO

RD

TC

HORNE R ST

SEE MAP CGV/16


A1 A102

ILL RD

A13 A10

WHITE H

C
MURRAY ST

NOBBY

DAVIS ST

A103 A6

A100

A78

DU
CAMAC S RD

A109

20 0m
18 0
o

R
A105

A91

In
A3 A1

BARRIER HWY

A92

PrPro

A93 S520
20 0m

A52 A53 S538 S541 A104

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


See enlargement map for accurate representation.
Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

0
Zones
CP C DU In PrPro Rec R

500 m

Caravan and Tourist Park Commercial Deferred Urban Industry Primary Production Recreation Residential Zone Boundary

RIVERTON

Zone Map CGV/15


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


RIVERTON-UNDALYA RD

A49 A50 A51

A249 S89

A3

A99

RH

YN IEMA RR AB EL

A12

Q138

Q140

Q106

Q96 A239 A120

RD

A1057_86 Q139 Q141 Q107 A227

Q97

A229 A4 A238 A13 A1


HART LEY S T

A69

A70 A2

4
A13 A2000 A113
PAUL ST

WA SH
SWINDE N ST

IN G TO N

A122
RD

A98
K PL

A123

A100

ST RICKL

AND ST

FREDE RIC

LIGHT ST

A100

OX

FO

RD

TC

A121
E

Q111
18 0 MAST
o

GRAY ST

CHARLES
ERS ST
JAMES ST
W PL

Riverton
ST

RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A109

TOR REN S

MAT THE

A21

SI

DI

NG

GILBER T

FREDRI CK P L

ST

A72

JEAN PL

A91

A4 A5

ST

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MALLE NC

ICK PL

A11 A13 A10

HORN ER

ST

FREDER

A99

KELLY ST

SARA S

A110

A7

GLYNN ST

MO ORH

A169

OUSE TC

A101

A1
18

A102
MILL ST

A5

0o

WHITE H

ILL RD

A1

NOBBY

ST

DAVIS ST

A100

A78 A101

MURRAY

A103 A6

CAMAC S RD

A109

SEE MAP CGV/16


A105

A91

A3 A1

BARRIER HWY

A2

A92

A93

S520

A52 S538

A53

S541 A104

Policy Area 4 Riverton Low Density Housing

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Policy Area Map CGV/15


Policy Area Boundary

RIVERTON

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins


A100
ST
ICK PL

PAUL

A121
OX

ER ST

Riverton
CHARLE S ST
ELL IOT ST

FREDER

FO

C OOP

A213
JEAN PL

RD

TC

A120
E

MATTH EW PL

GILB E

RT S T

GRAY ST

SWIND EN

MASTE RS ST

FREDR ICK

PL

FORD AV

Q107

Q109

ST

SI

A3
EL IZAB ETH ST

DI

A137

HANNA

NG

S120

ST

A5

RD

A101 A4

EY ST

MC

INERN

MOORH

OUSE TC

E
RICK PL

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

SARA ST

FREDE

RIVERTON

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

A102
HORN ER ST

TOR REN S

A1
MILL ST

A109

DAVIS

ST

ST

A103

MURRA Y

A6

BAR RIER

HWY

A49

A786 A105

A92

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

250 m

Other Health Services Police Station Railways

Location Map CGV/16


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

RIVERTON

Tourist Routes Waterbodies

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins


A100
ST
ICK PL

PAUL

A121
OX

ER ST

C OOP

CHARLE

Riverton
S ST
ELLIO T ST

FREDER

FO

A213
JEAN PL

RD

TC

A120
E

MATTH EW PL

GILB ERT ST

GRAY ST

S120
HANNA

SWIND EN

MASTE RS ST

FREDR ICK

PL

FORD AV

Q107

Q109

ST

SI

A3
ELIZAB ETH ST

DI

A137

NG

ST

A5 A101 A4

MOORH

I NERNE Y ST

OUSE T

CE

RD

RICK PL

MC

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

SARA ST

FREDE

A102
HORNE R ST

TOR RENS

A1
MILL ST

A109

DAVIS ST

ST

A103

MURRA Y

A6

BARR IER

HWY

A49

A786 A105

A92

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

250 m

Overlay Map CGV/16


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

RIVERTON

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins


A100
ST
ICK PL

PAUL

A121
OX

ER ST

C OOP

CHARLE

Riverton
S ST
ELLIO T ST

FREDER

FO

A213
JEAN PL

RD

TC

A120
E

MATTH EW PL

GILB ERT ST

GRAY ST

S120
HANNA

SWIND EN

MASTE RS ST

FREDR ICK

PL

FORD AV

Q107

Q109

ST

SI

A3
ELIZAB ETH ST

DI

A137

NG

ST

A5 A101 A4

MOORH

I NERNE Y ST

OUSE T

CE

RD

RICK PL

MC

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

SARA ST

FREDE

A102
HORNE R ST

TOR RENS

A1
MILL ST

A109

DAVIS ST

ST

A103

MURRA Y

A6

BARR IER

HWY

A49

A786 A105

A92

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins


For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

250 m

Overlay Map CGV/16


State heritage place

RIVERTON

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins


A100
PAUL ST

R
Riverton
CHARL ES ST
ELLIO T ST
JEAN PL
GRAY ST

PrPro
OX FO RD

ER ST

A120
TC E

C OOP

A213

MATTH EW PL

GILB ERT ST

S120
NG ST

A137
PL

HANNAF O
FREDR ICK

RD AV

Q107

ST

SWIND EN

MASTE RS ST

Q109

A3
ELIZAB

SI

DI

R
RD
MOORH O USE T CE
I NERNE Y ST

A5
ETH ST
ICK PL

A101

TCe

FREDER

A4

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

Rec
SARA ST

MC

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

In R

HORNER

ST

TOR RENS

MIL L ST

In

C
180o

DAVIS ST

R
MURRA Y ST

A103

HWY

A49

DU
BARR IER
A786 A105

PrPro
MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

A6

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

0
Zones
C DU In PrPro Rec R TCe

250 m

Commercial Deferred Urban Industry Primary Production Recreation Residential Town Centre Zone Boundary

RIVERTON

Zone Map CGV/16


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins


A100
ST
ICK PL

PAUL

A121
OX

ER ST

C OOP

CHARLE

Riverton
S ST
ELLIO T ST

FREDER

FO

A213
JEAN PL

RD

TC

A120
E

MATTH EW PL

GILB ERT ST

GRAY ST

S120
HANNA

SWIND EN

MASTE RS ST

FREDR ICK

PL

FORD AV

Q107

Q109

ST

SI

A3
ELIZAB ETH ST

DI

A137

NG

ST

A5 A101 A4

MOORH

I NERNE Y ST

OUSE T

CE

RD

RICK PL

MC

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins

SARA ST

FREDE

A102
HORNE R ST

TOR RENS

A1
MILL ST

A109

DAVIS ST

4
A103

MURRA Y

ST

HWY

A49

BARR IER

A786 A105

A6 A92

MAP CGV/15 Adjoins


Policy Area 4 Riverton Low Density Housing
Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

250 m

Policy Area Map CGV/16


Policy Area Boundary

RIVERTON

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A16

A4
WATERLOO-M ARRABELL RD

A17

A98

A272

A271

Marrabel

A97

A707

TARN MA RD

A91

A257

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S1128

SADDLEWO RTH-EUDUN DA RD

A52

MARRABEL

A714

A713

S1135 A712

A716

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

250 m

Location Map CGV/17


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MARRABEL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A16

A4
WATERLOO-M ARRABELL RD

A17

A98

A272

A271

Marrabel

A97

A707

TARN MA RD

A91

A52 A257

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A714

SADDLEWO RTH-EUDUN DA RD

A713

S1128

A712

S1135 A716

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

250 m

Overlay Map CGV/17


Secondary Arterial Roads

MARRABEL

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A16 A98

A4
WATERLOO-M ARRABELL RD

A17

A272

A271

Marrabel

A97

A707

TARN MA RD

A91

A52

PrPro
A257

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

180 o

SADDLEWO RTH-EUDUN DA RD

A714

S1128

18

A713

A712

S1135 A716

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

250 m

Zones
PrPro T

Primary Production Township Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/17


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MARRABEL

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


INNIS PT

A805

S207
OL AIN DM RD

RD

A12

S218 S969

TARL EE -F

CHARLE

S ST

A10
K RD

IN

RD

A121

LLETT HA

ST

CRAIG ST

TARLEE-KAPUND A
RD

SHANNO

NO RT H

OLDHAM ST

PRESCOTT ST

Tarlee

A108 A2

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

N CREE

A50

ERT GILB

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S1011

A375 Q101

KIDM AN RD

ST
Q54
FOGGE ST

HILL RD

A120

BOND ST

A379

SANDER

S RD

S291

Q6

KIDMAN S RD

ST OC KP OR T-T AR LE ER

RIVER RD

A5 S280

A359

Q7

S292

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

TARLEE

500 m

Location Map CGV/18


School Railways Tourist Routes

TARLEE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


INNIS PT

A805

S207
OL AIN DM RD

RD

A12

S218 S969

TARL EE -F

CHARLE

S ST

A10
K RD

IN

RD

A121

LLETT HA

ST

CRAIG ST

TARLEE-KAPUND A
RD

SHANNO

NO RT H

OLDHAM ST

N CREE

A50

PRESCOTT ST

Tarlee

A108 A2

ERT GILB

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

S1011

A375 Q101

KIDM AN RD

ST
Q54
FOGGE ST

HILL RD

A120

BOND ST

A379

SANDER

S RD

S291

Q6

KIDMAN S RD

ST OC KP OR T-T AR LE ER

RIVER RD

A5 S280

Q7

S292 A359

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/18


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

TARLEE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A805 A12 S207 S218
D OL IN MA RD

S969

CHARLES

ST

A10

T
M IN
OLDH AM ST

A121

RD

SHANN O N CRE

NO RT H

EK RD

Tarlee
A108
PRESCOTT ST

CRAIG ST

LLETT HA

A50

ST

TARLEE-KAPUND A

RD

S1011

BH
A2 A375

ERT GILB

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

PrPro
KIDMAN RD

ST

FOG GE ST

Q54

HILL RD

BOND ST

A120

A379

SANDER

S RD

In
S291
KIDMAN S RD
RIVER RD

A5

S280

A359

Q7

18 0o

S292

Q6

ST OC KP OR T-T A

RL EE

RD

A91

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

TARLEE
Zones
BH In PrPro T

Bulk Handling Industry Primary Production Township Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/18


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A24
AR H OW
CORN ER RD

Q5 Q4

S483

A22

AN

G E

R D

STOCK PO

RT-GIL ES

DS RD

S484 A21

A348

MAIN RD

A2 A408

A12 A349 A1 A10 A9 A4


HS RD

A14

STOCKPORT
A11

OC ST

KP

OR

TR

RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A18

A15

A16

A17

SMIT

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Stockport
A342 A17 A103
RD GA

A12

PYC

FT S RO

INE

RT CE

T TTS WA

CE

A15

A3 A4 A98 Q5

A16 A9
M URRAY ST

A13

Q103

A328

Q110

A330

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

500 m

Location Map CGV/19


Railways

STOCKPORT

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


A24
AR H OW
CORN ER RD

Q5

S483

Q4

A22

AN

G E

R D

STOCK PO

RT-GIL ES

DS RD

S484 A21

A348

MAIN RD

A2 A408

A12

PrPro
A349

A14 A10 A9 A4

A1

T RS KPOR OC ST

RD

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

A18

A15

A16

A17

A11

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins

Stockport
H SMIT SR D

A12
18 0

A342

A103

A17

RD GA INE

PYC

FT S RO

TS WAT

T CE

RT CE

18 0

A3 A4 A98 Q5

A15 A16

A9

MURRAY ST

A13

Q103

A328

Q110

MAP CGV/1 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

A330

500 m

Zones
PrPro T

Primary Production Township Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/19


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

STOCKPORT

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

A4

A4

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A17 A3 A17 A16 A9 A5

A2

A5

STANLEY A10 FLAT


D HIL L R CRAIG

CRAIG

HILL R

A1

A7

A12

A13 A1 A14

A3 A2

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

VANGA AV

SA BI NE

A618

ST

IE OURN NB BE

A6

A22 A41 A45 A23

RD

A11

MAP CGV/21 Adjoins

A120 A7 A122
ELLIO

A2

A1 A123

A8

A121

A1

T ST

B LY TH
R
A47

ST VIEW EAST

A21

A100

S UN NYSIDE RD

N MAI TH NOR
A100

A90

CLARE A26
A28 A7

R D

A1

A42

A617

KS WIC BER
TC WEST E

A493

AV TISON CHRIS

ON DS AR CH RI

A600

BR

IG H

ARMAGH
A29 A28 A30

TS

E ER PION

AV

M ICHAEL
CT

AV

T ST R IET HA R

FARRE

AG NES
ST

A5

AT LL FL

KIN

A27

DA

ST LY

A31

A2

BU

A CH

GS T

RIC ST

RD

D AN KL

NS NA

ST

MAP CGV/22 Adjoins

500 m

Location Map CGV/20


School Police Station Tourist Routes

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A4

A4

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A17 A3 A17 A16 A10 A9 A1 A2
CRAIG D HILL R

A5

A5

A1

HIL L R CRAIG

A7

A12

A13 A1 A14

A3 A2

A6

A11
BENBO URNIE RD

MAP CGV/21 Adjoins

A120

A2

A7

A1 A122
ELLIO

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A123 A1

A8

A121

T ST

B LY TH
R
A47
VANGA AV

ST VIEW EAST

A21

S UN NYSIDE RD

A101

A100

N MAI

A22 A41 A45 A23

TH NOR

A100

A90 A26

R D

A1

A42

A28 A7 A617 A618


KS WIC BER
TC WEST E

A493

AV TISON CHRIS

SA BI NE

ST

ON DS AR CH RI

A600

BR

IG H

TS

E ER PION

AV

M ICHAEL
CT

AV

T ST R IET HA R

FARRE

AG NES

A29

ST
KIN

A5

AT LL FL

A27

DA

ST LY

A30

A31

A28

MAP CGV/22 Adjoins

A2

BU

A CH

GS T

RIC ST

RD

D AN KL

NS NA

ST

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/20


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A4

A4

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A17 A3 A17 A16 A10 A9 A1 A2
CRAIG D HILL R

A5

A5

A1

HIL L R CRAIG

A7

A12

A13 A1 A14

A3 A2

A6

A11
BENBO URNIE RD

MAP CGV/21 Adjoins

A120

A2

A7

A1 A122
ELLIO

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A123 A1

A8

A121

T ST

B LY TH
R
A47
VANGA AV

ST VIEW EAST

A21

S UN NYSIDE RD

A101

A100

N MAI

A22 A41 A45 A23

TH NOR

A100

A90 A26

R D

A1

A42

A28 A7 A617 A618


KS WIC BER
TC WEST E

A493

ON DS AR CH RI

AV TISON CHRIS

SA BI NE

ST

AV

A600

BR

IG H

TS

E ER PION

AV

M ICHAEL
CT

T ST R IET HA R

FARRE

AG NES

A29

ST
KIN

A5

AT LL FL

A27

DA

ST LY

A30

A31

A28

MAP CGV/22 Adjoins

A2

BU

A CH

GS T

RIC ST

RD

D AN KL

NS NA

ST

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/20


State heritage place Local heritage place

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A4 A4

R
A3 A17 A1 A9 A2 A16 A10 A1
CRAIG D HILL R

A5

A5

HILL CRAIG

RD

A7

! P

A13 A12 A1
BENB

In

A3

PrPro

A2

A6

OUR N IE R D

A14 A11

DU
A2

MAP CGV/21 Adjoins

A120 A7
18 0 o 79.00 m

90 o

! P

! P
A123

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

! 42.00 ! mP P A122
A8 A121

!9 P

A1

!1 P

80

Rec
BLY

DU
EAST
POLLO

A1

JAM ES RD

TH
R

A100

VIEW

CK CR

D H R ORT N N MAI

ST

A21 A47 A22 A41


A AV

SU NN YSIDE RD

A101

Rec
A100

VANG

RuLP
A23 A42

A45 A26

A90
BI ND

A1
AR RA H

A28

RD

A7

R
A617
WIC BER KS T

R
ST

! P
A618

SA BI NE

! P

Rec
! P
EE PION

A493
AV TISON CHRIS

RI AR CH

ON DS AV

A600

BR IG HT

R AV

MICHAEL

ST

! P

T ST RI E T HAR

S NE AG

DTCe
ST LY DA

CT

FARR

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

ST

A29

A5

ELL

KIN

F L AT

BO W LEY

T GS

ST RIC

A27

KL

TCE WEST

RD

AN

PL

T DS

A CH BU

T N S NA

A30

A31

A28

A2

MAP CGV/22 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

0
Zones
DU DTCe In PrPro Rec R RuLP

500 m

Deferred Urban District Town Centre Industry Primary Production Recreation Residential Rural Landscape Protection Zone Boundary

CLARE

Zone Map CGV/20


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A4 A4

10
A3 A17 A1 A9 A2 A16 A10 A1
C RAIG HILL RD CR AIG D HILL R

A5

A5

A7

2
A1 A13 A12 A3

A14 A11 A6 A2 A120 A7 A2

MAP CGV/21 Adjoins

A1

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A122 A121

A123 A1

BENB
IE OURN

A8

RD

BLY
JAM E S RD

TH
R

EAST

POLLO

A100

VIEW

CK CR

ST

A21

SU

N NY

S ID E RD

A101

A47 A22
AV
VANGA

A23 A41

A100

A45 A26 A42

A90
BI ND AR

M
N
A1

A I

RA

A28

RD

A7

! P
A617 A618
W EST

W B ER

ICK

ST

CH RIST

A493

N O

ST

RI

ISON

AR CH

SA BI NE

T H

AV

ON DS

A29
MICHAEL

TC E

AV

A600

BR

IG HT

ST
HA

PION

EER

AV

R
D

! P

T TT S RRIE

AG

CT
BO W LEY

FARR

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

S NE

ST
KIN

A5

ELL F L AT

T GS

R IC ST

A27

LY DA

ST

D AN KL

RD

PL
AN CH BU AN ST

ST

A30

A31

A28

A2

MAP CGV/22 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Policy Area 2 Horticulture 10 Square Mile Road

500 m

CLARE

Policy Area Map CGV/20


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A18
NI C KL AUS CT

A2

A1
AN D R

A51

ALLEN BY

NOR M

ST

A1 A1
DOLA N RD

D OO W
S

CT

A502

U MOCC

STANLEY FLAT

A52

NDUNDA

E RD RE MIL S QU A

NORTH RD

A530 A49

A1 A619
W
TE HI HU TR D

A94 A103

A107

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

H WHITE UT RD

MAP CGV/20 Adjoins

A1

H CT MARC

A103

A2

A52

V GEDDES A

WHITE HUT R D

CLARE

E CT PASCO

A1

A491

TON LO NEW

ARNO

LD AV
N IE
ITH SM AV

A100
JA RM A
N

X AV NI OE PH

R
C

NG DR

LLO PATTU

AV

GHT S LAU

ERHO

D USE R

A24
AV R OS E

Q50

MEL

A28

SPRING FARM
Q51

SPRIN

A101

T L EE S
WEBB ST

A27 S1699_37

G FAR

RELL FAR
Y OR K RD

FLAT
A446

RD

M RD

A501

S3027 Q91 A6 A2 Q92

A5

A79

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

500 m

CLARE

Location Map CGV/21


Other Health Services Hospital Tourist Routes

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A18
NI C KL AUS CT

A2

A51
AN D R

ALLEN BY

A1 A1
DOLA N RD

NOR M

ST

A1

D OO W
S

CT

A502

U MOCC

A52

NDUNDA NORTH

E RD RE MIL S QU A

RD

A530 A49

A1 A619
W

T HI

T HU

RD

A94 A103 A101

A107

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

H WHITE UT RD

MAP CGV/20 Adjoins

A1

H CT MARC

A103

A2

A52

V GEDDES A

WHITE HUT R D

E CT PASCO

A1

A491

TON LO NEW

ARNO

LD AV
N IE
ITH SM AV

A100
JA RM A
N

X AV NI OE PH

R
C

NG DR

LLO PATTU

AV

GHT S LAU

ERHO

D USE R

A24
AV

Q50
SPRIN

MELR

OS E

A28

T L EE S
S WEBB T

A27 S1699_37

A52 A501

A101

G FAR

RELL FAR
Y OR K RD

FLAT
A446

RD

M RD

Q51

S3027

A79 A2 A6 Q92 Q91

A5

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

500 m

CLARE

Overlay Map CGV/21


TRANSPORT
Secondary Arterial Roads

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A18
S CT NICKLAU

A2
NORMAN

R
A1
ALLENB

A51

DR

ST

PrPro
N DO LA RD

A1

A1

W
DS OO
CT

DA NDUN MOCCU

A502

A52

NO RTH RD

SQU A E RD RE MIL

A104 A530 A49


WHITE H UT

A619 A1

RD

A94

Rec
A107
WHITE HUT R

A103

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

MAP CGV/20 Adjoins

A1

JARM AN

A103
M ARCH

D
CT

CR

A103

PrPro

A2 A52

GEDDES AV

WHITE HUT R D
WA LL ER

DR

PA SCO

E CT

A1

A491

NE W

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Zones
C In PrPro Rec R

N EW TON LO

ARN O

LD AV
N IE W

A100
JARMA N

O PH

H SM IT

AV

EN IX AV

CR
RD USE RHO

NG DR

GHTE SLAU

AV ULL O PATT

R
ME

A24
WHITE
E AV LR O S

Q50 A101

A28 A27
SPRIN

A52 S1699_37 A501

T LEE S
ST WEBB

RELL FAR
YOR K RD

D HUT R

M G FA R

F L AT
A446

RD

In

Q51

RD

180

! P
A79

S3027
D

A5

A2

A6

Q92

Q91

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

500 m

CLARE
Commercial Industry Primary Production Recreation Residential Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/21


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins


A18
S CT NICKLAU

A2
NORMAN

10
A1
ALLENB

A51

DR

ST

2
D OLA

A1
N RD

W
DS OO

DA NDUN MOCCU

SQU AR E RD E MIL

CT

A502

A52 A1

NO RTH RD

A104 A530 A49


WHITE H UT

A619 A1 A103 A107

RD

A94

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

2 3
JARM AN

WHITE HUT R

MAP CGV/20 Adjoins

A1

A103
M ARCH

D
CT

CR

A103

A2 A52

GEDDES AV

WHITE HUT R D
WA LL ER

DR

PA SCO

E CT

A1

A491

NE W

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Policy Area 2 Horticulture 3 Clare Low Density Housing 10 Square Mile Road

N EW TON LO

ARN O

LD AV
N IE W

A100
JARMA N

O PH

H SM IT

AV

EN IX AV

CR
RD USE RHO

NG DR

GHTE SLAU

AV ULL O PATT

A24 A28 A27

Q50 A101

WHITE

ME

E AV LR O S

D HUT R

SPRIN

A52 A501 Q51

T LEE S
ST WEBB

M G FA R

RELL FAR
YORK

F L AT
A446

RD

S1699_37

RD

S3027 A6 A2 Q92 Q91

RD

A79 A5

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

500 m

CLARE

Policy Area Map CGV/21


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A30 A31

A29

A28

MAP CGV/20 Adjoins


A BL H NC E

Clare
ST

ST

A2
OOK TILB R

AV

ON RT BU

ST R

T GS KIN

T DS LA N ICK

ES AGN

GLE

ESO

T NS

ST

ARMAGH

A597
WEST TCE

M TE

PL E

RD

ON ST BURT

R VICTO

IA RD

A96
M ST WIL LIA

CLARE

BE AL RT ST

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

S461
Y HENR ST

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A19 A55 A56

A1

G ESSIN

TON AV

A CCESS

RD

KELLY

ST

NEAG LES R D OC K R

A53

NE AG LE S

RO

CK

S262

A211

EMU FLAT
A51

A210

AC

A52 A583 A584

A50

A62

A10

A582

A53 A585

A61

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

500 m

Location Map CGV/22


School

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A30 A31

A29

A28

MAP CGV/20 Adjoins


A BL H NC E

Clare
ST

ST

A2
OOK TILB R

AV

ON RT BU

ST R

T GS KIN

T DS LA N ICK

ES AGN

GLE

ESO

T NS

ST

A594

A597
WEST TCE

M TE

PL E

RD

ON ST BURT

R VICTO

IA RD

A96
M ST WIL LIA

BE AL RT ST

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

S461
Y HENR ST

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

S461 A19

A55

A56

A1

G ESSIN

TON AV

A CCESS

RD

KELLY

ST

NEAG LES R D OC K R

A53 A52

NE AG LE S

RO

CK

S262

A211

A210

AC A51 A52 A583 A584

A50

A62

A10

A582

A53 A585

A61

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/22


State heritage place Local heritage place

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A30 A31

A29

A28

MAP CGV/20 Adjoins

CH AN BL

A2
R TILB AV OOK

DTCe
T DS

E Clare

ST

GS KIN T

L AN ICK STR

BU

N RTO

ST

AGN
T ES S

ES GL E

ON

ST

A594

A597

Rec
VICTO RIA R D

MP TE

R LE

WEST TCE

A96
M ST

WILLIA

AL BE RT ST

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

S461
ST

HENRY
TIP ISH BB RU

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

S461 A19
H

RD ES S AC C

A55

A56

TS

EN

C H KE RD

S613 A1
Y BENN

GTO ESSIN

N AV

PrPro
A53 A52

KELLY

ST

RD S HIL L

RuLP
S262 A211 A210
NEAG O LES R CK RD

AC

A51 A52 A583 A584

A62 A10 A582 A585 A53

A61

A50

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

0
Zones

500 m

DTCe PrPro Rec R RuLP

District Town Centre Primary Production Recreation Residential

Zone Map CGV/22


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

CLARE

Zone Boundary

Rural Landscape Protection

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

A30 A31

A29

A28

MAP CGV/20 Adjoins


A BL H NC E

Clare
ST

ST

A2
OOK TILB R

AV

ON RT BU

ST R

T GS KIN

T DS LA N ICK

ES AGN

GLE

ESO

T NS

ST

A594

A597
WEST TCE

M TE

PL E

RD

ON ST BURT

R VICTO

IA RD

A96

M ST WIL LIA

BE AL RT ST

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

S461
Y HENR ST

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

S461 A19 A55 A1

G ESSIN

TON AV

A CCESS

2
A53 A52
NE AG LE S

RD

KELLY

ST

NEAG LES R D OC K R

RO

CK

S262

A211

A210 A51 AC

A52 A583 A584

A50

A62

A582

A10 A585 A61

A53

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

Policy Area 2 Horticulture

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

Policy Area Map CGV/22


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A5

A79
Y OR K

MAP CGV/21 Adjoins


A72 A6 A71
SPRIN

WEBB ST

S3027

G FARM

FA

RD

NEW RD

LL RRE

WRIG

HT ST

RD

HT WRIG

PL

A70

A2

Q91

A7
UNION

Q92

SPRING FARM

AT F L

ST NESS
SCOT T

T MILL S

AR TL

EY R

N LE IL G ST N EESO GL

ST

ST

MIL L

PL

A397

D OL H RT NO RD

ST
INNON M CK

SR P INK

E AC ESERV

CESS

RD

LENN

ON ST

AR E CH

RIA RD VICTO

A319 Q13

RS T

ST BANK

H OP E

IC DOM IN

ST

IN MA

JONATH

OR D S GUILF T

ST

CLARE
G YOUN ST
ARCH

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

AN ST

MAP CGV/22 Adjoins

YOUN

G PL

EAST

ER ST

TCE

H RT NO

A3
L ST POWEL
ST

L PL PO WEL

B AL

GTO N ESSIN
A BARN

T ER

A74
U ARTH

RD

O UG

R ST

A201 A257 A91

HT O

ST

ST TON PAX

AV
T RE S BEA

OPIE

ST

HANLINS RD

RD ST

T LES S CHAR

R EDWA

A201 A211

A68

EY ST STANL
Y PL STANLE

D ST

A40 A22 A189


WAREN

A23

A24

A210 AC A155 A52 A8 A3 A4

DA RD

A21

A3

A21 A20

A25

A41

KOOKA

A166

BURRA CT

A26

MAP CGV/24 Adjoins

500 m

School

Public Library

Location Map CGV/23


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

CLARE

Council Office

Other Health Services Tourist Routes

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A5

A79
Y OR K

MAP CGV/21 Adjoins


A72 A6 A71
SPRIN

WEBB ST

S3027

G FARM

FA

RD

NEW RD

LL RRE

WRIG

HT ST

RD

HT WRIG

PL

A70

A2

Q91

AT F L

A7
UNION

Q92

ST NESS
SCOT T

T MILL S

AR TL

EY R

N LE IL G ST N EESO GL

ST

ST

MIL L

PL

A397

D OL H RT NO RD

ST
INNON M CK

SR P INK

E AC ESERV

CESS

RD

LENN

ON ST

AR E CH

RIA RD VICTO

A319 Q13 A318

RS T

ST BANK

H OP E

IC DOM IN

ST

IN MA

JONATH

OR D S GUILF T

ST

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

AN ST

MAP CGV/22 Adjoins

YOUN

G PL

G YOUN

ST
ARCH ER ST

EAST TCE

H RT NO

A3
L ST POWEL
ST

L PL PO WEL

B AL

GTO N ESSIN
A BARN

T ER

A74
U ARTH R ST

RD

O UG

A201 A257
OPIE ST

HT O

ST

ST TON PAX

AV
T RE S BEA

A91

HANLINS RD

A211
Y PL STANLE

AC A155 A52 A8 A4 A21

RD ST

T LES S CHAR

R EDWA

A201

A68

STANLE

D ST

Y ST

A22 A189
WAREN

A23

A24

A40

A210

DA RD

A3

A21

A25

A41

KOOKA BURRA

A3

MAP CGV/24 Adjoins

A166

A20

A26

CT

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/23


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A5

A79
Y OR K

MAP CGV/21 Adjoins


A72 A6 A71
SPRIN

WEBB ST

S3027

G FARM

FA

RD

NEW RD

LL RRE

WRIG

HT ST

RD

HT WRIG

PL

A70

A2

Q91

AT F L

A7
UNION

Q92

ST NESS
SCOT T

T MILL S

AR TL

EY R

N LE IL G ST N EESO GL

ST

ST

MIL L

PL

A397

D OL H RT NO RD

ST
INNON M CK

SR P INK

E AC ESERV

CESS

RD

LENN

ON ST

AR E CH

RIA RD VICTO

A319 Q13 A318

RS T

ST BANK

H OP E

IC DOM IN

ST

IN MA

JONATH

OR D S GUILF T

ST

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

AN ST

MAP CGV/22 Adjoins

YOUN

G PL

G YOUN

ST
ARCH ER ST

EAST TCE

H RT NO

A3
L ST POWEL
ST

L PL PO WEL

B AL

GTO N ESSIN
A BARN

T ER

A74
U ARTH R ST

RD

O UG

A201 A257
OPIE ST

HT O

ST

ST TON PAX

AV
T RE S BEA

A91

HANLINS RD

A211
Y PL STANLE

AC A155 A52 A8 A4 A21

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

RD ST

T LES S CHAR

R EDWA

A201

A68

STANLE

D ST

Y ST

A22 A189
WAREN

A23

A24

A40

A210

DA RD

A3

A21

A25

A41

KOOKA BURRA

A3

MAP CGV/24 Adjoins

A166

A20

A26

CT

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/23


State heritage place Local heritage place

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

HERITAGE

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/21 Adjoins


WEBB

A79
18 0
o

A5

In
90
o

A72 A6 S3027

ST

Y OR K

FA

R
W PL RIGHT
HT WRIG ST

RD

15 0 m

NE W RD

T LA LL F RRE

A71

G SPRIN

Q91

A70

A2

FARM

R DTCe
SCOTT

RD

Q92

R
T MILL S
H
AR TL EY R

A7

EN IL L G ST ESON GLE

ST

Y RD TLE HAR

UNION

MILL

PL

A397

ST

ST

S PINK

VE A RESER

S RD CCES

INNON M CK

DN OL TH OR

Rec
VICTO RIA R D

LENNO

N ST

C C
A318
ARCH

PrPro

RD

A319

ST BANK

HOPE ST

T ER S

A235

IN MA

IC ST DOMIN
JONATH

OR D S GUILF T

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

Rec
G PL YOUN

AN ST

G ST Y OU N

Q13

MAP CGV/22 Adjoins

18 o 0
EAST

T RE S BEA

H RT NO

A3
ST

BE AL
GTON ESSIN

POWE

LL PL

RT

L ST POWEL

Rec
A74

TCE

RD

R ST ARTHU

OU G

HT O

ST

TON PAX

ST

A201
PIE ST

RuLP
A91

A257

AV

HANLINS RD

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

A BARN

A211
LEY STAN PL

AC A155

Zones
C DTCe In PrPro Rec R RuLP RuL

RD ST

R
A68 A201

CHAR

LES S
EDWA

Y STANLE

RD ST

E ST JESSI

ST

A189

A22

A23

A24

A40

A210

A4
D NDA R WARE

RuL
A3 A21 A25
KOO KA

RuLP
A52 A8 A3

A21

A41

CT BURRA

A166

A20

A26

MAP CGV/24 Adjoins

0
Commercial District Town Centre Industry Primary Production Recreation Residential Rural Landscape Protection Rural Living Zone Boundary

500 m

CLARE

Zone Map CGV/23


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A5

A79
90 o
Y OR K

MAP CGV/21 Adjoins


A72 A2
SPRIN

WEBB ST

S3027

G FARM

FA

RD

NEW RD

WRIG

HT ST

A71

LL RRE

15 0m

RD

HT WRIG

PL

A70

A6

Q91

AT F L

A7
UNION

Q92

ST NESS
SCOT T

T MILL S

ST

ST N LE IL G ST N EESO GL

MIL L

PL

A397

D OL H RT NO RD

ST
INNON M CK

HA

RT LE YR D

SR P INK

E AC ESERV

CESS

RD

N LENNO

ST

AR E CH

RIA RD VICTO

A319

RS T

ST BANK

DOM IN

IC ST

1
ST
ARCH

2
MAP CGV/5 Adjoins
Q13
EAST

H OP E

IN MA

JONATH

OR D S GUILF T

ST

AN ST

MAP CGV/22 Adjoins

YOUN

G PL

G YOUN

ER ST

A3
L ST POWEL
ST

18

0o

TCE

H RT NO

L PL PO WEL

B AL

GTO N ESSIN
A BARN

T ER

A74
U ARTH R ST

RD

O UG

A201 A257
OPIE ST

HT O

ST

ST TON PAX

AV
T RE S BEA

A91

HANLINS RD

A211
Y PL STANLE

AC A155 A52 A8 A166 A3

Policy Area 1 East Terrace 2 Horticulture 3 Clare Low Density Housing 5 Town Approach

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

RD ST

T LES S CHAR

R EDWA

E ST JESSI

A201

A68

STANLE

D ST

A40

Y ST

A22 A189
WAREN

A23

A24

A210

A4

DA RD

A21

A3

A21

A25

A41

KOOKA BURRA

MAP CGV/24 Adjoins

A20

A26

CT

500 m

Policy Area Map CGV/23


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A52

A3

A4

A166 A1

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

A21

A20 A19

A26

A41

A4 A3 A53

A5

A52

A27 A42

A18 A17
KINGFISHE

ARD MAYN
T PLAN AV

RD

A11

A28

DR

A15 A14

A143

A4

A13 A5 A12

A29

A43

A8

A151

A30

A7

KINGFISHER DR

A140

A7

A148

A152

A6 A11

A31

CLARE

WEND

OUREE

RD

A8

A10

MAIN NORTH RD

A100

A103

A32

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A9

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

SPRING FARM
A131 A132
N UN DOU R

A139

A9 A137

EE R D

A2 A1
NDA WARE RD

A1

A2 A3
NEAG

A1

EMU FLAT

D OC K R LES R

A1

S69

A136

A4

A30
SPRIN G RD GULLY

GILLENTOWN MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

S68

A2

A129

A21

A35

500 m

Location Map CGV/24


Tourist Routes

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A52

A3

A4

A166 A1

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins

A21

A20 A19

A26

A41

A4 A3 A53

A5

A52

A27 A42

A18 A17
KINGFISHE

ARD MAYN
T PLAN AV

RD

A11

A28

DR

A15 A14

A143

A4

A13 A5 A12

A29

A43

A8

A151

A30

A140 A7 A148

A152

A6 A11

A7

KINGFISHER DR

A31

WEND

OUREE

RD

A8

A10

MAIN NORTH RD

A100

A103

A32

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A9 A133

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A139 A131

A132

NU N DO

UR E E

RD

A9

A137 A1

A2
NDA WARE RD

A1

A2 A3
NEAG

A1

S111

D OC K R LES R

A1

S69

A136

A4

A30 A21 A31

G SPRIN

GULLY

RD

A2

A129

A35

S68

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/24


Primary Arterial Roads

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins


A3 A52 A19 A5 A4 A3 A53
T AV PLAN

A4

A166

A21

A20 A26 A41


URRA CT KOOKAB

A1 A52 A18
RD

A27

ARD MAYN

A17
KINGFISHE
R

A42

A11 A15

A28

DR

RuLP

A14 A143 A4 A13 A29 A43

A8

A151

A5 A12 A6 A30

MAIN

A140 A7

A152 A148
KINGFISHER DR

NORTH RD

RuL
A7
UREE RD

A11

A31

O WEND

A8

A10

A100
N WARE DA RD

A32

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A103

A9 A133

A101

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A139 A132 A131 A9 A137


NU

ND O U

REE RD

PrPro
A1

A2

A1

A1 A2

A3
NEAG

A1

CP
A136 S69

S111

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Zones
CP PrPro Rec RuLP RuL

LES R OC K R D

Rec

A4

A30

A21
SPRING GULLY RD

A129 A2

A31

A35

S68

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

500 m

CLARE
Caravan and Tourist Park Primary Production Recreation Rural Landscape Protection Rural Living Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/24


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A52

A3

A4 A5 A4

MAP CGV/23 Adjoins


A166 A1

A21

A20 A19

A26

A41

A52

A27 A42

A3 A53
PL ANT AV

A18 A17
KINGFISHE

M AYN

ARD R

A11

A28

DR

A15 A14

A143

A4

A13 A5 A12

A29

A43

A8

A151

MAIN

A30

A140 A7

A7

KINGFISHER DR

A148

A152
N WARE

A6 A11

NORTH RD

A31

DA R D

WEND

OUREE

RD

A8

A10

A100

A103

A32

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A9 A133

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

A139 A131

A132

NU N DO

UR E E

RD

A9

A137

A2

A1

2
A1

A2 A3
NEAG

S111

Policy Area 2 Horticulture 5 Town Approach

Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

D OC K R LES R

A1

S69

A136

A4

A30 A21 A31

G SPRIN

GULLY

RD

A2

A129

A35

S68

MAP CGV/5 Adjoins

500 m

Policy Area Map CGV/24


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


S802 S19 S472 A398 Q7

Q6 S803
S SOLLY

A54

YS RD BRYKS

Q149

S21

WATERVALE
A290

HILL RD

A91 A382

TALER QUELL

RD
GREAT

NORTH

TCE

A11

A101

NORTH ERN R

A381 A12

A295

A53 A52 A102

MAIN

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

ER COMM

Q150 A13
CENTS RD
WEST

Watervale

TH NOR

D CIAL R

ST VIN

T ZER S GLAET

RD

A3 A4

A14

A50

RD

IDE NO ADELA

A51

SOUTH

RTH R D

TCE

PE SH

I LL

A383 A4 A16

PO

RD

A5 A372 A379 A280 A15


TERY CEM E
AK RD SHEO

RD

A373 A50 A2 A11 A51 A52 Q166 Q167 A12 A2


D OLD R

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

500 m

Location Map CGV/25


School Tourist Routes

WATERVALE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


S802 S19 S472 A398 Q7

Q6 S803
S SOLLY

A54

YS RD BRYKS

Q149

S21

HILL RD

A91 A382

A290

TALER QUELL

RD
GREAT

NORTH

TCE

A11

A101

NORTH ERN R

A381 A12

A295

A53 A52

A102

MAIN

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

ER COMM

Q150 A13
CENTS RD
WEST

Watervale

TH NOR

D CIAL R

ST VIN

T ZER S GLAET

RD

A3 A4

A14

A50

RD

IDE NO ADELA

A51

SOUTH

RTH R D

TCE

PE SH

I LL

A383 A4 A16

PO

RD

A5 A372 A379 A280 A15


TERY CEM E
AK RD SHEO

RD

A373 A50 A2
D OLD R

A11 A51

A12

A52

Q166

Q167

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

A2

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/25


Primary Arterial Roads

WATERVALE

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


S802 S472 S19 A398 Q7

Q6
Y BRYKS

A54

S803
S SOLLY

S RD

Q149

S21

HILL RD

A91

A290

A382

TALER QUELL

RD
GREAT NORTH

A101

A11
TCE NORTH

ERN R

A381

A295

!
A12

!
A53 A102

MAIN

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

ER COMM

Q150
WEST

A52

Watervale

TH NOR

CIAL

A13
T ZER S GLAET

ST VIN

R CENTS

RD

RD ID ADELA

A50

RD

A3 A4

A14

A51

E NOR

SOUTH

TH RD

!
TCE

RD

PO

PE SH

I LL

A383

!
A16

A4

A5 A379 A372
AK RD SHEO

A280

A15
D TERY R CEM E

A373 A50 A2
D OLD R

A11

A12

A51 A52 Q166 Q167 A2

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

500 m

WATERVALE

Overlay Map CGV/25


HERITAGE
State heritage place

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


S19 S472 A398 Q6 S802

Q7

180o

A54

Y BRYKS

S803
S SOLLY

S RD

180o

Q149

S21

NORT

H TCE

38.5 3

HILL RD

A91

A290

PrPro

A382
R RD TALE QUELL
GREAT NORTH

83 .6 3mo 90

A11

A101

30.58m

ERN R

A381

Straigh
A12

t Line

71 .5 3m

A295

T
Watervale
ER COMM

A53 A52

A102

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

Q150
WEST

N MAI

CIAL

A13

ST VIN

R CENTS

RD

RD

TH NOR

A14 A3 A4 0m

A50

T ZER S GLAET

SOUTH

ID ADELA E NOR TH RD

A51

RD

TCE

RD

PO

PE SH

I LL

A383

A4

A16

A5 A379 A372
AK RD SHEO

A280

A15
D TERY R CEM E

A373 A50

D OLD R

A11

A51 A52 Q166 Q167 A12 A2 A2

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

WATERVALE

Zones
PrPro T

Zone Map CGV/25


Primary Production Township Zone Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


A398 Q6 S802 S472 S19

180o

A54

S803
SOLLY

Q7 180o

Q149

S HIL

S21

NORTH

T CE

38.53m

L RD

A91

A290

A382
SYS R BRYK D

QUEL

RR LTALE

D
GREAT NORTH

83 .6 3m o 90

30.58m

A11

A101

ERN R

A381

Straigh
A12

t Line

71 .5 3m

A295

A53 A102 A52

MAIN

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins

Q150
ER ST GLAETZ
WEST

ER COMM CIAL

Watervale

TH NOR

A13

ST VIN

R CENTS

RD

RD ID ADELA

RD

A3 A4

A14

A51

E NOR TH RD

H TCE SOUT
RD

PO

PE SH

I LL

A383

A4

A16

A5 A379 A372
AK RD SHEO

A280

A15
D TERY R CEM E

A373 A50

D OLD R

A11

A51 A52 Q166 Q167 A12 A2 A2

MAP CGV/6 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Policy Area 2 Horticulture

500 m

WATERVALE

Policy Area Map CGV/25


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


S268 S288 A91
E MADD RN R D

A101

RD TANK

A55 A56

A57

DENN

A54 A53

IS RD

A58 A2 A815 A3

MAP CGV/27 Adjoins

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

A6
NORTH

ST

A7
S CENT T

A10 S290 A11


WEST ST

ST VIN

RD
PORT
KING W

RD RN UBU LD-A EFIE K A W


RD KLAU SMIT H

A10

HENR

Y ST

ST ILLIAM

T POR

H SOUT

ST

A8 A11

A2

WHITE

RD

RD HEAD

A9

AUBURN
S298 S292

S272

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

500 m

Location Map CGV/26


School Tourist Routes

AUBURN

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


S288 S268 A91
E MADD RN R D

A101

RD TANK

A55 A56

A57

DENN

A54 A53

IS RD

A58 A2 A815 A3

MAP CGV/27 Adjoins

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

A6
NORTH

ST

A7
S CENT T

A10 S290 A11


WEST ST

ST VIN

RD
PORT
KING W

RD RN UBU LD-A EFIE K A W


RD KLAU SMIT H

A10

HENR

Y ST

ST ILLIAM

T POR

H SOUT

ST

A8 A11

A2

WHITE

RD

A9

RD HEAD

S272

S298

S292

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

500 m

Overlay Map CGV/26


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

AUBURN

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


A101 S268 S288 A91

E MADD

RN R D

RD TANK

A55 A56

A57

DENN IS RD

A54 A53

A58 A2 A815 A3

MAP CGV/27 Adjoins

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

A6
NORTH ST

A7

!!
ST VIN

A10 S290

RD
A11
WEST ST

PORT
KING

RD RN UBU LD-A EFIE WAK


RD KLAU

HENR

Y ST

A10

T POR

H SOUT

ST

A8

A11

A2

S272

S298

S292

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

500 m

AUBURN

Overlay Map CGV/26


State heritage place Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Contributory item

HERITAGE
CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

18

CEN

T ST

A9

0o

! !

WILLIA M ST

SMIT H RD

WHITE RD HEAD

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


A101 S268 S288 A91

E MADD

RN R D

RD TANK

A55

A57

PrPro A56

A54 A53

A58 A2 A815
S RD DENNI

A3

MAP CGV/27 Adjoins

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

A6

NORTH

ST

TCe
A10 S290 A11

R
RD
PORT
KING

RD RN UBU LD-A EFIE WAK


RD KLAU

HENR

Y ST

A10

T POR

SOUTH

ST

A8

A11

A2

S272

S298

S292

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

AUBURN
Zones
PrPro R RuL TCe

Primary Production Residential Rural Living Town Centre Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/26


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

18 0o

RuL

CENT ST VIN

ST

WEST ST

WILLIA M ST

SMIT H RD

WHITE RD HEAD

A9

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


S288

A101 A91
E MADD

RN RD

RD TANK

A55 A56

A57

DENN

A54 A53

IS RD

A58 A2 A815 A3

MAP CGV/27 Adjoins

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

A6
NORTH

ST

A7
S CENT T

A10 S290 A11


WEST ST

ST VIN

RD
PORT
KING W

RD RN UBU LD-A EFIE K A W


RD KLAU SMIT H

A10

HENR

Y ST

ST ILLIAM

T POR

H SOUT

ST

A8 A11

A2

WHITE

RD

A9

RD HEAD

S272

S298

S292

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


Policy Area 2 Horticulture
Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

Policy Area Map CGV/26


Policy Area Boundary

AUBURN

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

RS TAYLO

A102

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


RD

A2

Q12 A92 Q11 S375 A1 A1 Q10


IL L RD FLAXM

S376

ON R D OVERT

A91

A57

OOR N-MAN AUBUR

A RD

S379 A18
FREE D MA N R

A58

A7

A20

KI

NG

ST

ST CHER AR

UR S T ARTH

A864

LEY STAN

MAP CGV/26 Adjoins

KIN

ST

A83
ON TC KINGST

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

ST

CHUR
ELDER ST

CH ST

A811

NG ST CURLI

YOUN

G ST

Auburn Auburn
HENR Y ST

ST DALY

A80

A1

T D S FOR
Q814

S381

SOUTH

ST

A2 A812

A8

A813

MOORE

S RD

S55

A21 A22

AU B

A9

A241

E ST GLOB

U R N -S
S H RD ENGLI

S64

A D D LE
LAN MILL E

A10

Q1

AUBURN

Q2

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

Location Map CGV/27


Tourist Routes

O R TH R D

500 m

AUBURN

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

RS TAYLO

A102

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


RD

A2

Q12 A92 Q11 S375 A1 A1 Q10


IL L RD FLAXM

S376

ON R D OVERT

A91

A57

OOR N-MAN AUBUR

A RD

S379 A18
FREE D MA N R

A58

A7

A20

KI

NG

ST

ST CHER AR

UR S T ARTH

A864

LEY STAN

MAP CGV/26 Adjoins

KIN

ST

A83
ON TC KINGST

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

ST

CHUR
ELDER ST

CH ST

A811

NG ST CURLI

YOUN

G ST

Auburn Auburn
ST

ST DALY

A80

A1

HENRY

T D S FOR
Q814

S381

SOUT

H ST

A2 A812

A8

A813

MOORE

S RD

S55

A21 A22

AU B

A9

A241

E ST GLOB

U R N -S
S H RD ENGLI

A D D LE W O R TH
LAN MILL E

S64

A10

Q1

Q2

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

Overlay Map CGV/27


Primary Arterial Roads Secondary Arterial Roads

500 m

AUBURN

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

TRANSPORT

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


A102
R TAYLO S RD

A2

Q12

A92

ON R D OVERT

Q11 S375 A1

S376

IL L RD FLAXM

A91

A1 Q10

A57
N OOR RN-MA AUBU

A RD

S379

A58

A7

A20 A18
FREEM

KI

NG

ST

ST CHER AR

AN RD

UR S T ARTH

A864

LEY STAN

MAP CGV/26 Adjoins

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

KIN

ST

A83
ON TC KINGST

ST

A811

CH ST CHUR

CURLI

! ! !

ELDER ST

NG ST

YOUN

G ST

A80

Auburn

DALY

ST

A1

ST HENRY

D ST FOR
S381 Q814

SOUT

H ST

A2

A812 A813 A8

MOORE

S RD

S55

A21 A22

AU B

A9

A241

E ST GLOB

U R N -S A
S H RD ENGLI

D D
LAN MILL E

LE W O R T H R

S64

A10

Q1

Q2

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

For further information on State and Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items please refer to the relevant tables within this document.

500 m

AUBURN

Overlay Map CGV/27


State heritage place Historic (Conservation) Policy Area Contributory item

HERITAGE
CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


A102
R TAYLO S RD

Q11

A2

FLAXM ILL RD

Q12 S376
TON R OVER

A92 S375 A1 A91 A1 Q10

A57 S379 A58 A7 A20


OOR N-MAN AUBUR A RD

A18
FREEM

R ST ARCHE

AN RD

KI

NG

ST

UR S T ARTH

A864

LEY STAN

MAP CGV/26 Adjoins

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

KIN

ST

A83

RuL

PrPro

ON TC KINGST

ST

TCe

CH ST CHUR
ELDER ST

CURLI NG ST

YOUN

G ST

Auburn

DALY

ST

A80

A1

Y HENR

ST

D ST FOR
S381 Q814

SOUTH

ST

A2 A813 A812 A8

90 o
MOORE S RD

S55

A21

A22

AU B

A9

A241

E ST GLOB

U R N -S A
S H RD ENGLI

D D
LAN MILL E

LE W O R T H R

S64

A10

Q1

Q2

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

500 m

AUBURN
Zones
PrPro R RuL TCe

Primary Production Residential Rural Living Town Centre Zone Boundary

Zone Map CGV/27


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

RS R TAYLO

A2

Q12

A92

ON R D OVERT

Q11 S375 A1

S376

IL L RD FLAXM

A91

A1 Q10

A57
N OOR RN-MA AUBU

A RD

S379

A58

A7

A20 A18
FREEM

KI

NG

ST

ST CHER AR

AN RD

UR S T ARTH

A864

LEY STAN

MAP CGV/26 Adjoins

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins

KIN

ST

A83
ON TC KINGST

ST

A811

CH ST CHUR
ELDER ST

CURLI NG ST

YOUN

G ST

A80
DALY
ST

A1

Auburn
ST HENRY

D ST FOR
S381 Q814

SOUT

H ST

A2

A812 A813 A8

MOORE

S RD

S55

A21 A22

AU B

A9

A241

E ST GLOB

U R N -S A
S H RD ENGLI

D D
LAN MILL E

LE W O R T H R

S64

A10

Q1

Q2

MAP CGV/7 Adjoins


Lamberts Conformal Conic Projection, GDA94

Policy Area 2 Horticulture

500 m

AUBURN

Policy Area Map CGV/27


Policy Area Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Mapping Section Bushfire Risk BPA Maps

Bushfire Risk BPA Maps

333
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/2


Brinkworth
BLACK ROCK- CL ARE RD

Northern Areas Council


Hilltown

BPA Map CGV/17

Burra

G
R DE OY

W
Y

BPA Map CGV/4

Goyder Council

ARE RD IEL-CL LO CH

Wakefield Regional Council

D LE

Halbury

W ORT HR

BAR RIE R

RN -S A

H WY

RD LYT H H-B RT WO INK BR

BPA Map CGV/5

BPA Map CGV/3 Clare

Farrell Flat

Blyth
BPA Map CGV/6
BPA Map CGV/7

Sevenhill

BPA Map CGV/9

Kybunga

BPA Map CGV/8

Penworthham

Mintaro

BPA Map CGV/13

BPA Map CGV/12 BPA Map CGV/11


BPA Map CGV/10

Watervale

Manoora Auburn
BU AU

Waterloo

Robertstown

Saddleworth

BPA Map CGV/33


O

Point Pass

E DS WORL

W LE DD SA

Balaklava

RT H

ND

Rhynie

Y HW

DU

-E

Riverton

BPA Map CGV/15

NDA R

Marrabel
EUDUNDA RD

Hampden

BARRIE R HWY

BPA Map CGV/14


E VERARD CENTR

Eudunda

THI EL

E HWY

Hamilton

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

25 km

High Bushfire Risk

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/1


CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions Development Plan Boundary

BUSHFIRE RISK

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

Mid Murray Council

MA IN

NO RT H

Long Plains

Mallala Council

RD

L ALA RD AL-M AL

Owen

BPA Map CGV/16


Tarlee

Hamley Bridge

Stockport

Light Regional Council


Kapunda

MAROLA

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins


A55 A497 A91 A92 A93

A94

HILL RIVER RD

HUTT HILL RD

A91

A13

A114 A116

S483 A117

A495

A494

ANDREWS
A7 A500

Q112
SANQUAR LAN E

EUROMINA
CK-CLARE RD BLACK RO

IVER RD HUTT R

A6

A115

S478

A5

A6

A8

Northern Areas Council


A501 A91 S3

Q113

A95 A12 A94 A3 A93

A1

S303

S588

Q100

A92
THE BLUFF RD
LEH MAN CR

S223 A91
RD

A92
KE

Q11

IN RE

ANAMA

A568

A2 Q10 A91 A3 A5 A4

S224

A1 A2 A3
SO MM ERVI LL E RD

EEK RD

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

A4

A5 A7

A6

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

A4 A112 A114 A115 A113 A100 A97 A98

S225

Q91

S683

S242 A95 A92

A99

SEE BPA Map CGV/17


HILLTOWN
S226 Q92 Q93

Hilltown

HUTT

ST

S240 S4 A564
WY YH

A116 A99

A2 A3 A4 A1 A5 S227

E RV HA

A556

MA

A554

IN

A52

NO

R
TH

A100

A2

A555 Q5 S656 S663


RD CALCANNIA

ANAMA LANE

A3
C OR NW E LL RD

Q4

A551

Q17 S657 S662

A550

A135 A50 A293 A294

A548

Q18 A549 A91 A92 Q11

A295 A2 A147

RTH RD MAIN NO

A14

A1

BUNGAREE

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

BPA Map CGV/3 Adjoins

A149

BARINIA

A91

Q10

BPA Map CGV/4 Adjoins

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/2


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

5 km

Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins


I TL S MA J A ME

BPA Map CGV/2 Adjoins


A147

RD

A11

A14 A13

NORTH

A1 A2

A149

A148

A ND RD

A12

MAIN

A151

A150

MOUNT TINLINE RD

Bungaree

A544

A95

Q97 A539 A153 A152

A96

A97

A93

A94 A99 S364

BLACK

Wakefield Regional Council


A604

ROCK-CL ARE

HART

RD

A538

A98

BUNGAREE

BARINIA

A532

S365

S230

S231 A525 S366


COLES RD

BPA Map CGV/4 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

RD

A607

LI T

LA

TL

EP AR KR D

A603
HA -C RT
RE

A526 A524 A523

A100 A2 A101
IA RD

Q605 S2 Q606

T LOOKO U

RD

S3029

A4

Q6 Q5

A5

S2294

S2295 S2293

BARIN

A529 S3030 A1 A2 S58

A527 A521

A530

S233

S3002

D TH R NOR MAIN

OR E R ROSSM

A97 S1997

A112

A96 A779

BENBOURNIE

STANLEY FLAT S2292


Q93

S57

S238 A4 A5 S239

S56

S53

S55

S59

S3000

S3001
C CEM ETERY R GAELI

KILL MCAS RD

BLYTH

S54

A519 S1996 A517

A518 A516 A642 A639 A640

Stanley Flat A663

A7
NOBLE

A2

A652

S678

ST RAD

KE RD BROO

A1 Q94 A21 A20


ROBIN
M RD BASHA

A98

A651 A650

A8

RO A

CH

RD

RD

Q91 A638 A115 Q120 A103 S253 Q92

A6 S454 S451

S456

A653 A10

A1

S453

Q201 A200 S238

S452

D SON R

S450

LE Y STAN

S394

S392

RD STUD

S250
BENBO URNIE RD

ON MACD

D ALD R

A8 A102 A1 A2

A101

A625

A643

A91

S282

S341 S281

A1226

A1225

A118

Q119 A308 A307 A310

RD

S249

BPA Map CGV/5 Adjoins

A1

A2

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

High Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/3


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

A621 A622 A91

RA E

A3

A4

A5

A624

ARMAGH

A623

A627

A626

A632 A94
O

A631
R KIMBE

S229

A629 A2

RD

Q94

S224

2,000 m

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

BPA Map CGV/2 Adjoins


A147 A91 Q10 B29

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins


A123 A1 A101

B12

A544

A545

HILLTOWN
A91 B26

CALCANNIA RD

A91

Q4

A100
RD

Q5

BATE S

BARINIA

HILL

HILLTOWN RD

Q52
CA

Q100 Q1 A532 Q2

IR

HIL L

RD

S232

A3

A1

A61

Q51
E CK WE RD RT

BPA Map CGV/3 Adjoins

A5 A7 A1 A3 A10 A6 A2
R BA IN

A9

D NR SO AR PE DU D LE Y RD

B24

A50

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

A8
R D

IA

S718

A119

S3004

A61

A62

S3008 S720

HILL RIVER
A14

B23

B21

O LD B

R URRA

A3

BLOC

S3002 S3003 S3001

A533

S3006

KERS R

A1

STANLEY FLAT
A665

A536

A669 S17 A2 S18 S241 A1


S GA
CT

S237

A29

A664 A101

AN

A6

WHITE HUT RD

A660 A2
HUBB E RD

Q91

A662

S19

S557 A1 A91 A26 A21 A22

A661

A2

A3 A4 A1

A20 A21

Q10

White Hut
Q11

Q12

S26 S27 S30 S31 A100

A655

D AMA R KOOR

A13 A14 A15 S480

A27

A3 A25

SQUAR E MILE RD

A5 A628 A6 A4

S32
S CR RICE

S59
CK R D LEWCO

A50

A91

S60

A6

D EEK R

A22

S464

A4

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/4


High Bushfire Risk Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk

2,000 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

S245

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins


A117 A118 Q119
N UR BENBO IE R D
D OUT R LOOK

A307 A309

BPA Map CGV/3 Adjoins


A310 A1 A2 A622 A91 A621
OC K EMU R

A1

A2
RD

A3

A4

A5 A13 A21

S234

Q334 Q335

Q331

S1998 Q337
INGOM AR RD

A620

A50

A51

A20

S2084 S232 S1994

A313 S487 S1989 A3 A11 A1 Q5 S1985 A2 A4 A2 A1 A5 A497 A490 A489 S128

A311

A312

WILLIAM S RD

S233 A314 S209

Q339

A316

A315

Q338 A319

ASHBY
RD HICKS

RD

A102

A103

ST GEO RGE T

S208 S207

A317

A318 A3

ARMAGH
A587 Q4

Armagh
A592
HIGH ST

A101

CE

DAME

A320 S193 S194 S195

A321

A322

BENBOURNIE
Q342 Q2 Q3

A1

A591 A590 A2
OLD BLYTH D R

MINE ST

ST

A593

A1 A2

A6 A9

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

S485

S459

LARE - C S486 EL I S455 S454 CH LO


S456 S453

RD

Q343 Q344

Q341 A323 A324

B L YT

H
A9

A5

A202

A4

S458 A91 S314 A93 A95

A4

A92 A94 A96

A107

A97 A98 A99

A102 A100 A101 A104 A103

Wakefield Regional Council


S178

BLYTH

A327

A328

A329

A52

A51

EMU FLAT RD

Q340

SEE BPA Map CGV/18 A201 D

A7

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

A10 A23 Q24 Q350 Q25 A22 S274

A8 A75

A73 A74 A62 A63 A61 A205 A206 A203

A54

A53

A10

A325

A326 Q345

Q347 Q348

Q349

S555

S483

S43

A330

S276

S275

A21

EMU FLAT
A1

S135

E RD SCO BI

A739 A52 S172 A51

A3

S278

S279

A20

A1

A202 A201

A50

A51

A73 A74

A76 A75

A123 S135 A2
M UANA

S145

SPRIN G

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

KYBU N GA TOP RD

A4

A2
J ACOB RA

A1000

A1001

A52

S421

A53 S417 S418


G

A5

S477
D YR ULL

NGE RD

S136

BOCONNOC PARK
S407

S415

A1

A601

S404 S406 S405


MUANU R D

A2 A92 A10

OT FEEDL

A91

S144

S137

S134
R
D UN S LE

RD

RD

S408
O UT A W UR TA

S403

S143

S138

S133 S132

S36

S35

A1

A11 S385

S409

RD

KYBUNGA

BPA Map CGV/7 Adjoins

S32

A2

S187

Q2

S185

S189

S190

SPRING GULLY

High Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/5


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

2,000 m

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

BPA Map CGV/3 Adjoins


A13 A2

BPA Map CGV/4 Adjoins


S224 A4 A5
N

A10 A11 A4 A5 A7

A1

A3

Q94

A3 A2

A27 A6 A25

MAIN

A50
BLOC

A1

MAN D R OR

N ORT H

OOD RD

A15 Q13 Q14

A51

R KERS

E S CRE RICE

MC R AE W

A6

A9

L RD G HIL CRAI

A8 A3

A7

A22

SQUAR E RD E MIL

A52

Atherley
A20
O BENB

A2

A120

A14

A1 A123

A3

A2

A1

STANLEY FLAT
RD

M OCCU NDUND

K RD

SEE BPA Map CGV/19


R
A101

A101
RCH CT MA

TH RD A NOR

URNIE

BL

BPA Map CGV/5 Adjoins

ME

OH L

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

KURR

A8

ND MOC CU

ANDA

A600 A596 A32 A594 A96

A54 A55 A52

S483 A70
D LAT R EM U F

A601
RD ON HT IG LE

ANG AV

A22

A21

A23

ARMAGH
A30 A31

RD

A50 A42 A45 A90

DR ER LL WA

A1 Q50 A501 Q51 A52

A1 A100 A101

A2

A4

A7 A618 A28 A2

T LEE S

WEST

YORK

A29

R HA R
D

ST IETT

A5

A79

A6 A2 A397

A597

TCE

S3027

ST ALY

A6

R VICTO

ST ON RT T BU NS SO E E GL

Clare

A7

Q92

Q91

HILL RIVER
RD

RD

NE W

T DS AN KL R IC ST T GS KIN T SS NE AG
IA RD

ON ST LENN
AN ST JONATH

UNION

RD

FA

RELL
A2

A1

ST

M ST WILLI A

A235
EAST

A318 A319 A201

FL AT

ST HOPE T O R D S ST GUILF T

BE AL

S461 A56

A19 A1 A53 A51 S262

A258

Q203 A16

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

AV GTON ESSIN ST KELLY

A210

TCE

A91

A257

RE BEA ST

S WARD ED T

A22 A21 A20

A40

A1

A50 A62 A10

CLARE
A583 A582

A584

A52 A53
NEAG LES R

A8 A3 A4 A1
T AV PLAN

A41 A42 A43 A135 A133 A5 A4

A3

A2

CLAMPETT RD

A19 A52 A18

A71

A61

A143 A7

A28

RD

A76 A75

Emu Flat

A1 A3

A2

A140

EMU FLAT
R YE

R RK PA

A112

A137

A9

A139

A101

A100 A131

A29 A13 A5 A12 A30 A6 A11 A31 A8 A10 A32

O CK R D

A11

D NDA R WARE

A1 A2

S484 A390 A38


SPRIN

A27 A136

S485

S421 A26

A25 A21 A28 A24 S111

SEE BPA Map CGV/20


S69 A4 A129 S68 A51 A50 A6 A30 A31 A35

A3

SPRING FARM

A12

S203

G FAR

A39 A16 A3

M RD

A10

A11

A12

A13

SPRIN G GULLY RD

S112 S113 S114 S115


GILLE

SEE A32 BPA Map CGV/21


A20 A33 A34 Q10 A1 A126 Q6 A36 A10
YR QUARR D

A37

GILLENTOWN
A14 A15

S389

A602

S116 S176 S177 S192

Gillentown
A1 A2 A28

Springs Township
A9 A6

A7

S388

POLISH HILL RIVER


S107 A475 A10 S204

A476

S293

A2

N NTOW RD

SPRING GULLY S386


GERALD FITZ RD

S387 A7

A26 A27

A6

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

A30 A31 A32 A33

A4

SEVENHILL
Q7 A5 S108

High Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/6


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

2,000 m

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

A733

S143

S138 S132

S36

BPA Map CGV/5 Adjoins


S187 A2 S32 S31
L OD WO AN DS BR A D ER

Q2

S185 A10

S189

S190 A1

S139 S142

A576 S28 A9

A2

A732

S141

A2

A1 S29
KYBUNG A RD

JENKINS

DIRT RD
GA KYBUN

KYBUNGA
S103

S30 A130 A129 A131

SEE BPA Map CGV/8


A7

Q8

Q3

S105 A431 A430

S104

A4

D TOP R

S25 S24 S102 S92

A5 A132 S21 S20 A133 S572 A6

S101 Q60
EN EV R TE SIS

D SR

S93 S23
PP BIG DI

S22

Spring Gully CP

WA N DEL RD

A420

Q61

S91

S90

ELS T WAND

RD

S19 S17 S18

SPRING GULLY
A101 S149 S147 A99 S148

ER RD

S146 S145

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

S487

S287 S289 S290

S482 S296 S295 S293 S294 S88

S89

A409

S281 S286 S282


WHITE

S285

S283

S284 S291

S81 A115

Wakefield Regional Council

S15 S16

S14

S440 S13 S439

D WELL R

S80

S12

S438

A407
TOWER HIL L R D

VIC STOCKMANS RD

S67 A408
ES CLARK

S68

A97

A98

S443 S442

S441

S76

A1 Q3 A394 A392
IRE RD LONGM

S63 S64 A96 A396 A97

PIT RD

S444

S445

S446

S75

A395 A1 Q2 A393

S594 S449 S448

S447

A2 A376 A97

A98

A98 S20 Q120 Q118

Q11 A99 Q105 A95 A375 A107 A100


CARINYA LA NE

Q94

Q91 Q121 Q92 Q122 A112 Q119 A111

Q10

A101

Q93

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

Q123

High Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/7


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

2,000 m

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

A1 A2

S385 A3 S384 A1

S387 A6 A5

GILLENTOWN
A1 A2 A119

A7

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins


A34 A33 A50 A4 A2 A3 Q6 Q7
GILL EN

A5

S108 S3045

S296

A10

S204

A2 A3

N RD LEIG HTO

R EDWA DS RD

A2 A10

TO W N

Q3

A9

A2 A3 S377

SSINGHA M PO PIT RD

A102

A10
S BAY E RD

Sevenhill
A1 A11 A99

S159 S300 S299 A458 S302


H
LL HI
RD

A469 A108

RD

A4

A4

A8

A7

A6

A10 A11

A5

S375

SEVENHILL
S141

A1

PO

A100 A101 A2
TREVAR

SEE BPA Map CGV/22


S89 A27 A29 A30 A28

Q102 Q98 A1 A453 Q99 Q100 Q94 A331 Q97 Q96


RD
S LI

A105

A459

S LAN ANNIE E

S80

POLISH HILL RIVER


S304 A100
NH SEVE ILL-MIN R TARO D

A11

A106

A435 Q4

S305

Spring Gully CP
S572 S142 S3023

A10 A11

A6

RICK R D

Q1

A10 A1 A91

W WILLO

RD GLEN

NA TATKA

A427

A14

A95 A12 A201

A421

A13

MINTARO
A1 A110 A112

A132

BPA Map CGV/9 Adjoins

MAIN NORTH

SPRIN M RD G FAR

RD

BPA Map CGV/7 Adjoins

S146 S145 S365 S363 S568

Q138 Q1 A25 S537

Q2

A5

SEE A3 BPA Map CGV/23


A18 A19 A21 A22 A24 S66 A27 S194 A2 A1
ELD FAIRFI

A6 A7 A8

A202

A4

A92

A2

A111

HUG HES PARK RD

S440

SPRING GULLY
S362

A4 S536

ANE PEN NA L

A51

A2 A1

A9

A106

Penworthham
A75 A300

A314

S312

A113

Q60

S467 S468 A114 A115

A116

S535

A26

S593 S527 S528

S534

Q61

S24

S3033

S441 S446

S526 S530

S531

S532

A62 A411 Q94 Q95

A3

PENWORTHAM
A119

A118

A117

S25
CE R PEAR D

S34

RD

Q1 A2 Q2 A412 A403
SOLLY

A95

A121 A2 A120 A125

A122

A123 A124

S533 S525 S529

A404 Q140 Q142

S27

A1

S448

S447 S749 S751

A3
M T HO KS RROC RD

S3004

A31

A32 S3007 S573

S581

Q118

Q116 S760 Q117 S757

S750

Q91 Q92 S752 Q144 S19

A405

A399

KYBUNGA

Q119

A8

S802

Q7

A51 A52 Q58 Q57 Q59

S3006

A297

S472

A111

A110

S761

S21 A147 A3

S HIL L

A398

S753

SEE BPA Map CGV/24


A382
NORTH
RD WEST ER ST GLAETZ

S803

Q6

A54

S3009

S3008

S574 S577

RD

SYS RD BRYK

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

RD ALER UELLT A11 TCE Q

S3012 A147

T N OR GREA

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

UPPER SKILLY RD

A113

Wakefield Regional Council


Q124

S762 Q125

S754 A148

A4

Watervale
A50
T CE

A52 A53 A51 A4

A104 A102

WATERVALE

THERN

SOUTH

RD

HOYLETON
S27 S28 Q128

Q127

S763 S756

S755

Q91

A50

A372

A16 A15 A11

A280 A2 S90

A373

K SHEOA

A3 A148

A149

RD

OLD R

S477 A52

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

BPA Map CGV/10 Adjoins

A1

S478

Q169

A20

S152

A276 LEASINGHAM BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

High Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/8


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

LE AS IN G H

Q167

A12

A1

A100

IN -M AM

RO TA

RD

A120

5 km

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

A477

S335

S541 S346 A92

DU

NN SR D

TO RI NG A

S347
RD UFUS MT R

M ARTIN

S157

RD

A478

S498

S163

RD

S165

S540

S547

HILL RIVER

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins


Q93 S169

S162

S158

S159

A93 A92 A479

S156

POLISH HILL RIVER


A91 A471 A470 S334
RD HIL L

A91 S155
ITH RD

S142
FAULKNE R RD

S411

Q94

A2

SM

S165

S154

S138 A474 S147

A466

H POLIS

S166

OS E MELR

A108

S460 S459 A107 S458

S332 S323

STANLEY
S349

S350

S489
LT RD

S618 S139 S619 S616

CO

HENT

E RD SCHK

PPE R

S167

OR E

S322
BLUE STON E RD

S152

RD

S333

A472

S153

FARM RD

S120 A473

S488

BE

S356

S132 S131

S117

CH R RUCI O

A217 A91

A460

A126

S354

S355

S129

A1
WOCK

A110 A1 A2

A120
D

S337

S353
MCKAY RD

S133

Q516 A513

A114

A115

EEK IE CR RD

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

S EV E NHIL

ARO L - M INT

A117

A128

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

A132

S342

A4 S121 A337

Q515
DIN MERIL RD

A129 A133

MINTARO
S329 A135

A120 A119

A121

S343 A101 A95 A96 A378 A212 A155 A377 A146 A145 A376 S612 A316
SLATE QUAR RY RD

BURRA

A111

D CH R CHUR Q21 OL IC CATH A5 BU Q20 RT A2 ON A3 ST ST TORR


S KING T

A109 A11

A118

ST

KINGS

A134

A136

IL L ST YO H UN GS T

Mintaro
EFIE WAK

A1 A2

A110

A128
HARE

A127

A126

D TON R

A116 S567

A138

A317

A130

A131

RD

LD ST

A137

A139 A117 S421 S584 A123 A154 A124 S586 S585 A155 Q156 S183 S176

SEE BPA Map CGV/25


S177
KADL U N GA RD

A328

JACKA

RD

A129 A111 Q4 Q14 A136


D INDAL E R M ART

A134 A135 Q164

A5 S182
E RD TICKL
HAM RD

A112 A6
LOC MORT K RD

Martindale Hall CP

Q13 S8 A137 A10 A60

A138

Q157

LEA S ING

A2 A1 A91 Q160

BLATC

S581

D HFOR

WATERVALE
S593 S587

S188

A296

S190

S191

S198

A92 A94 A113 Q161

QUIGL E Y RD

RD

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

BPA

High Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/9


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

2,000 m

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

A113

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins


Q127 S27 S763 S756 A148

UPPER SKILLY RD

W akefield Regional Council


S28

SEE BPA Map CGV/8


S477

S755

Q91

A50

A372

A373

A16

A15

Q166 A52

Q167

A11 A12

A2

S90

CEM A102 ETE RY RD

SHEO

MAIN

A K RD

D OLD R

A1
GREAT

A1 Q125 Q2 Q3 Q4 A21 S479 S478

S482

Leasingham
Q52 Q53

Q169

A20

A21
TCE

S152 A3 A2

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

A100

S29 Q128 A126

A155

NORTH
TCE WEST

A10

A156

-M GHAM LEASIN

A268

S800 S799 S798

D E RN R NORTH

INTA RO RD

A102

A22 A157 A158 A159

A7

A364

LEASINGHAM
A363
W

A171

WATERVALE
A160 A161 A163 A162

E AK

LD RD FIE

SEE BPA Map CGV/26


A99 A1 Q172 A3

Q173

S797 S794 S793 S792 S791 A270 A269 A33

NORTH

A50

A51

Q51
WILLIAM S RD

A4

S334

A100
GRACE

A764

A165 Q107

A164 A19
OM BR
Y LE RD

A2 A771

A100 A261 A262 A259 Q3 Q117 Q1


KS BLOC RD

RD

RD

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

Q114 Q116

Q54 Q56 A52 Q58 S394

A767 A765 Q113

Q55

A773 A772
RD

A1 A14

A13

Q57 A766 A762


EO RG ER D

OOD PARK GREENW

Mulkirri
Q5

Q6 A2

BPA Map CGV/11 Adjoins

A59

Q61 A62 Q65 Q64 A63


GARDINER RD

S395

A760 A759

A763

MT

S432
SCHO

A761

A1 A107 Q101 A92 Q93 A111 A108 A112

S3022

S3037

S433

BER R D

TANK R

A91

Q100

A108 Q94 S502 A109

S406

A102

POND

A EROS

A758

S3054 A748 S3061

S343A S343

S526

S527

A501

A500

DENNISON RD

A747

HOYLETON

S3055 S3060 S3063

Q1

S525

A110

S505

IELD KEF

Q111

A109

R
A4
BAUM

RD

S504

A5

A2

AUBURN

A71

A9

RD

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

S511

A99

High Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/10


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

2,000 m

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins


A4 A270 A33 A34 S782 A274

S230

Q92 A102

LEASINGHAM
A272 A1
KS R B LO C D

A2 S781

WATERVALE

A101

A100

A261

A2

A262 Q3 Q117 Q1

A263 Q2 Q118 S219 S217 A265 Q104

A103

HEAN RD

S411

A12

S214

A21

A23 A22 A264 A2 A1 S218


HEANS

Q105 A266
WINE RY RD

A13 Q4

S414 S413

RD

Q6

Q5

Q10

RD FINNS

A100

RS TAYLO RD

S418

BPA Map CGV/10 Adjoins

A2

RD ERALD FITZ G

S249 S267

AUBURN
Q117

Q116

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

D TON R OVER

A101

A POLL

RD RD

S416

S287

Q11

M
N AI
S9 S10 S20 S15 A1 S250 S419

A3

S RD DENNI

H RT NO

A91

S288

S268

A101

A102 Q12 Q11 Q10


ILL RD FLAXM

A2 S417 S376

TANK

RD

E MADD

RN R D

S375 A91
NO RN-M A AUBU OR A R

RD

A55 A56 A57

A54

A53

SEE BPA Map CGV/27


A7 A1 A4 A5 A58
HER ST A RC

A20
E TON TC KINGS

A18 A82 A83


D MAN R FREE

A19 S379

A815 A795 S290


KLAU

A2 A3 A6 A7

A864

EY STANL

H ST NORT

G KIN

ST

N CURLI

ST ELDER

A12

T POR

D N R BUR -AU A10 IELD F E WAK


A11
RD SMITH

T POR

EN VINC ST

T ST

Auburn

A811 A80 A1

ST

G ST

RD
ST HENRY
H SOUT

Auburn
ST

ST DALY

WEST ST

D FOR

Q814

S382

S381 A2
ES RD M OOR

RD

A8
WHIT

A812

KI
NGS

TON TCE

S55 S64

A84 A85

A2

A22

S292

S272

A241
LANE MILL

A91 A3 A4

GLOB

D RD EHEA

E ST

A9

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

A21

Q2

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/11


Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

1,000 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins


A103 A102 S741 S304

A479 S197 S198

S196 S195

S742 S743

EE K RD

A105

RICE

S CR

S203 S202

S204

A2

A104

S733

S737

S209 A106
C

RD LEYS PUGS

S210

S726 S728 A551

S208

DE RM I

A97

D RD

A437 A108

A555

Q553

S68

MANOORA
A94 A98

AUBURN
S729

S732

A U

BU

R N

-M A

N O

O R A

S734 S731

R D

A98

S62 Q554 S2

S98

A95 S99 A96

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

S718 S730 S717 S715 S716

S736 A1 A2
JONES RD

S745 A2 S102 S77

BYRN

E RD

S709 S388 S702

S100 S746 S710 A547

S151
RD DIXON

A550

A50

S701 A3 A97 A96 A1

S101 A549

S387

S691

PI

NE

S695

A98

A545

A546 S713 S748

CR

EE K

ENS STEPH RD

A2

SCHUNKE

S RD

S136

Q2

ES MOOR

RD

A99

S682 S697 A92 S145

A91

A91

A92

SADDLEWORTH
S146

S147

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/12


Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk

2,000 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

VOGTS R D

S692

S696

S142

S148

A106 A107

Q108

Q97 A94

A93 A96 A95

S399

S393 S400

S576 S581 S582

S593 S580 S583 S594

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins


TH E

Q91

GA PR

Q92 A10

S503

S591 A2

PORTER LAGOON
Q701 A700

S508 S406 S370 A91


FI S H

WY

Q94

SO D H

UT RD

A93

S406 S407 S408 S276

S595

F A RLEYS RD

S37
R

S34A S135

S130

KOONOONA
S140 A11 A103 S180

S32 S33A S2178 S2179 S2183 S2182 S2181 S2180

S142 S143

S149

S409 S587 S278 S287 S340 S342 S344 S346 S353 S358 S359 S360

RI LEY RD

BARRIER H

EEK RD

A480 S281 Q91 A3

A481 Q92

S274

S277 S286

SALT CR

S283 A5

B AU MR D

S586

FARRELL A215 FLAT


Q94 S589 Q95 S348 S349 A5

S597 S598

Q702

ER

A104 A105

D RA R BUR

A50

S554

S603

S2184 S2185 A6

S2186 A7 A8

A3

S341 S343

FA U

S285 S292

S588

A52

S602 S609 S610 A56 Q96

S601

S600

A93

LK NE

A4

RR

A461

STANLEYS293
S338 A147 Q167 A93

S294 S296

S345 S347 S354 S355

S350 S2015 S2016 S2017 S351 S2025 S2024

S612 A214 Q97 S2033 A210

S508 B613 B614

A10 A95 A91

A9

S3054

Goyder Council
A4 S31

RR TO

Q1

DA LE RD

A92 S3063 A2 A1 Q1 S426 Q2 S433 S434 A90 A3 S3061 A17 Q112 Q113

A6

Ennis
A145
MERILDIN RD

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

A5

MAIN ST

FLAG STAFF RD

RD

A148
O DIX

S244
D

S356

FAIRVIEW

RILEY R

A144 A143 A142 A154

RD

S256 MAR TIND A LE FARM RD Q171


RAILWAY

S361

A153 Q110

A152

O NA L

HW

A139

BA RR IE R

R VI E

A140

A141 A174 A105

A111

A113 A114 S13 S15 S14 S16 S18 A1 A3 A96 A97

EMUVIL LE RD

R D

A155 Q173
FORD R SOUTH

A112

WATER RE SERVE RD

A110

S366

S367

S40

O LD

A149

A150

S362

S35 S363 S36 S420 S37 Q7 Q8

S421

MINTARO

A109

A1 S41 S443

S430 S434 S435

BURRA RD

A146

D NR

S357

S2023 S2022 S2026 S2027 S2028 S2029 S38 S39 S432

RD SEE BPA Map CGV/28 WINDERS

A1

S3200 S427 A246

Emuville

EMU Q3 DOWNS
A2 A247 A4 S240 S243 S249 A97 A235 S248

Glendore

S429

S428

S426 S88

S257

S442 S441 S440 S445


BARTON HIL

S368 A3

DUNNS RD

IA G

A1

S42

S446 S447 S454 S453 S461 S464

BLACK A234 SPRINGS


A233 Q6 S452 S451 S462 S463 S476 S477 S478 S479 S65 S407 S383

S439

S436

A10

A2

A10

S84

FA I

Q117 Q119
EAST RD
S RD

A2 A3

S456 S458 S468 S469 A96

S455 S459

APOINGA
Q1
APOINGA R D

Q73 A1 A10

A241

A242

A239 A238 A237 A236

S244

S432 S435

A4 S21
RD

A5 S22 S24 S25


ER

A1

S460 S465

HEINRICH RD

Q5

S309 S90

S213 S214

BOWM AN

A8 S308

S221 A494 A93 A483 A98

Q121

H BA W R Y RI

IEW FAIRV

S17 S19

A7 A6 A100

S467 S470 A97

A2

Apoinga
S74 S73 S71 S76 S72

LR

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

B482

A4 A5 A101 A102 A103

BRUCE

A2

GS RD R DIN HA

S472 A91 A92 S487

S473 S474 A2

Q3

Q4

A100 S481 B424 S425

A492

A9

A95

SI

NG

A496

SR D

S232

A4 S235

S27 S507 S506

A99

A229

Q8 Q6 A230

Q9 Q7 S10

A94 A484 Q99 S165 A485 A101

S505 S504

Q100 A98 A104 A488 A497

WATERLOO
S485 A219 S408 S405 S404 Q4 S400 S402 A218 S406 S403

A4

S301

A10

A91

A486

S116

S115 A487 A1
POWERLINE NORTH RD

A498

S199 S200 S198 A2


PUGS LEYS RD

S201

S164

HO GBEN

RD

S207

S212 A100

S170 S171 A481 S176 A103 A104


R
D
THOMAS

MANOORA

S168 A103 S175 S179 S315

S113

A92

Q91

ECKERMANN RD

A489

Q92 A4

Q3

S377 S378 S366

S362 A221

S367

A451

A104

A2

S155

S361 S372
KERNC H EN

KOCHS RD

RD PINDARI

A490
M AIN RO
AD 45

A491

S24

S22

S23 Apoinga S21 S369 S1594 S20 S368

S25 S370

S26 S371 S374

S351

S376

S109

BPA Map CGV/12 Adjoins

A97

S325 S326 S328 Q3


KELLY

A98 A99 A96


AU

S327 S18 S17 A448

A95

T RD

WILMOT

VOGTS

S139 S334 S144 S150

RD

A102 Q4 A7
C KHA HNS RD

S142

S335 S338

Q3

S19

S43 S44

S36

S33

WATERLOO-MARRABELL RD

Q1 Q3 Q2 Q4 S143 S149

S131 S132

S133

A26

A25

A24
ANOORA R D OL D M

A22

RD

S32

LIGHT RIVER RD

S125 S126 A549 S127

DE BPA VRI ES SEE RD Map CGV/29

S271 A105 S128

Q20

BRUHNS

A102

A3

Chinkford

Q92

RD

ORA RD NO MA A554 NUR

S316 A105

A1 A2

A5 A4

HIL A11 DE RD

SEE BPA Map S392 CGV/30S397


A6

S156

S382

A220

S358 S364

S373 S359

BRADY CREEK
S1 S2 S3

S362

S360

S259

S268

Manoora
A1 Q91

S329
RD

Waterloo S390
S7 S6 S4 S5 S3 A611 A92 S384

A2 S157 A477 S8

S398

S381 S379 S380 A94 A91

S365 S297 A2 S292

A5 A6 S300 A95 A96 S289 S285 S282

A99 S208

SR D

S395 S396 S388 S387 A93

S209

Q2

A3

S16 A93 A91

A100

Q1

Q20 Q21 S28

A634 S29

Tothill Belt
S205
BENNETTS RD

S207 S206

S354 S204 S353 S352 S351

S4

Q94 A92 Q95

Q21 S276

S333 S334 S332 S335

RD SCH UTZ

A95

A92 A93 A94 S284 S280 S279 S281


RK

ANEMBO

A606 A91

CARLESRUH R D

Kunden

S37 A600 S57

S34 A2 A599 S58

R HW

JULIA RD

BARRIE

S148

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

BPA Map CGV/15 Adjoins

High Bushfire Risk

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/13


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BA C

S346 S347

S348

S350 S387 S351

A1

A586

A589

KT

SADDLEWORTH

S342

S343

PLU E

A2

A1 A2

A6 A8

S1003 S328 S1005 S1004 S330 S1006 A122 S1007 S1008 S23 Q603 S325 S327 S24 S1013
HBEHNS RD

S1002

S331 S329

KUNDEN R D

S287

TOTHILL A635 BELT A616


S168

S5

S6 S7

S211

S202 A501

S210 S165 A97

BUSCH RD

A500

S18 S17 S16

A12

S8

A95 S319 Steelton S1017 S1014 S1015 A120STEELTON S322


D

S1012 S1011 S1010

PANCHAPOO R

S324

S323

S166 A605 A595

NGAPALA
S9 S11

S278 S275

S347

5 km

Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

A747

Q1 S343A S343 A109 A744 A31 A6

S525 S526 A200

A110 S527

S505 A501
DENNISON RD

A748 S659 S658 S652

S3054 S3047

A71 S511

YR ELLER

A500

A100
BAUM

S293

A783

Q1

Q2 Q4 Q5

S667
ISH ENGL

S670

S674 S673 S677

S631

S634 S633 S637

S639 S638

A104 A105

Q118

S469 Q95

S530 A93 A94

S529

S556 S559 S561 A362 S595

A2

Q2

S533 A91

E RD

SUNNYS ID

A106 A107 A108 A5 Q121

Q117 A111

A201

A101 A70

Undalya
A2

Q3

Q2
QU ON DONG

S193 Q7
RD

S299 S300 A449

S301 S306

S303 A1 A2 S208

A2 S305

TIP RD

A2

S635

A103
ODO N GO

ROBERTS RD

S431

A5

S356

ERN R MINT

S521 A2

S355 S523

Q116

S456

RD KELLY

S555

A11

A4

O KOON

D WLA R

VANDEL EURS

A743

A231

A232

A1

A3

S551 S550

A92 Q777
RD RIVER

S41

S294

A23 Q22

A10 A42

A24 S287

S42

Q20

S252 A1 A11

S371 S377 Q95


BU RN -SA DD LEW

A21

Q1

S290 S117 S304


TALBO

AU

A542
OR TH
RD

A451 S230 S226 S222 S231 S227

A4 A3 S134

S636 S140 S139

A110 A109

A112 S175 A15 S174

S171 S169 S173 S172

A92 A94 S500 Q2 S736

S562

A91 A10

A71 A100 S580 Q91 Q93 S585 S587 S589


IP R

UNDALYA
A176 Q180 A304

Q9

Q102 Q103

S211 S207

A92

A177

A92 A6

S132

Q93 S79

Q96 A91 Q22 Q2 S548

M ITCHEL LS RD

BPA M ap CGV/1 Adjoins

S83

S141 S550

A5 A344

S88 A92 A93

S568 S573 S17

N NAR DR

8H I LL

S97

A346 Q94 S149

S564 S563 S572 S571


RD

S562 S570 S12 S13 S14 S15

S136 S135 S134 S132 S2 S1

S4 S6 S5 S8

S206 A1
RD

SEE BPA Map CGV/31 S569


S728 Q93 Q92 A57 Q1 Q2 Q5 A100 Q4

S570

A126 S439 S63

A94 S440 S64 S68

Q91
DA

S434 S438 S62


LOOKO

Q2

BA R RI

Q92

S559

S599

S573

ER

S137

HW

Q5

S560

S3

S129

S597

S572

A125

A273
RI V

S429

S430

S37

S74

S552

WOOLSHED FLAT A13

A14

A15

A12

Q17

A12 S202 S596 S598

S128

A18 S203

A4

A2 A3

S396 A91

S397 S575

S420 S424

Q4

S421

S425

A101

A275

A61

MASTE RS RD

A276

HANNA

FORD R

S229
D

A6

Q3
BLAZES

A262
RD

BL OCKS

S154 S153 S148 S155 S147 S146 S145


D
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S23

S21

NO

S18 GRANNY CREE K

G LY

S19

S7

A91 A97 Q98

S61 S65 A4 A70 A71

Q4
UT RD

Q105 A100 A5

Q101 A50

S20 S26

A2 S537

S24 S29 S30

A333 A331

S33

S526

S525 A2

WHITE HI LL

A701

S528 A8

A98

A91

A1

S297

HE

A8 A9 S73

DR

A7

S46

SALTER

CALLERY RD

LAKE RD

A1

S45

SPRIN

S44

GS RD

A94 S43 S49

Salter Springs
A4

S53 S54

MESSIT

A2

OS S144 S RD

S34 A2

S38

S37 S51

A401 S516

A1

A3 S718

S520 S540 A93 A94

A91

NOBBY

A4 S521 S703 S402


IN MA

A3

ER-COL E RD

S32

S31

S524

S546 S406 A1

FO

HANNAF

RD

S156

S28

SALTER S133 SPRINGS A702

RHYNIE

S532

A2 S531

A97

A702

A703

A2 A3000

A72 A110 A98 A99 A100 A78 A3

Riverton

OX

A100
RD TC

S441 S463 A91

ORDS RD

S25

S10

A91

S555 S530

A5

Rhynie

A3

RHYN

S67

A701

IE-MAR

A99

SCHULZ RD

Q1

S140

S208

A2 S508

S505

HENTS

A93

Q91

S542

Q2

A12

A1

S504

S503

S735 S734

S566

A2

S182 A3 Q9 A4 S404 A100

CHKES R

A91

WA ND EL

S584

A91

MCINERN Y RD

WE NYO

Q3

S502

S501

S577A

S197

KL EM S

SR D

Q93

D ER

S582

A178

S198 S194 S412

A50

S183

S200 S196 S414

WINKLER

RD

TUEL A

HALBURY

A357

Q1

RD

S202

S203 S204

RD

Q179

S201

SADDLEWORTH

S205

GO LF CO

URSE RD

S232 Q1

Saddleworth
A3 A13

S223 S224

A51 S413 A91

S218 S214

S219 S220 S215 S216 S72

S398 S403 A102

A21

S733 S126

S731

Q11

S732

A13

S590 A11 RUBB

S588
IS HT

S411 A2 A3

A1

S416

S418

A60

A115

SCHIRM ER

S219

RD

MARRE TT RD

A93 A91 A107

S232

BENGER

RD

LAMK

A755

S295

S296

S687

S689

S248

S361

RD

S549

S512 S513

S514

S515

INS RD

S294

AUBURN

S286 Q3
ER SCHM

S671 S679

A1

S676
RD

A93 A94

S698 S699 A91

S237 S240

S238

S236 S243

S345 S349

ALLEN

S678

S680

S686

S241 S242 S247

S245 S246

S372 S378

A3

S19
RD

S14 S5

RABEL

Q124
WINDY HILL RD

RD

A6

S465

CAMAC S RD

A6 A1 A93 A92

SEE BPA Map CGV/32


S538 A52 A3 S588 A1 S639
D

S520 S544

A92

Q144

A2

A104

WO OL S

A1 S319
R D O N
IN S

S47 A4 S77

S35

A97 S55 A98

A96

AVONDALE RD

A7

A326 A1

S587 S602 A2

S543 S584 S605

BALLAR R D D

A14

S583

S545

Q145

SM

S320 S324 S325 S327

A5

YT H

S48 S65 S66 S79

S67 S68

A92 S60

A99 S714

A95

RIVERTON
A50

A51

A52

A100

MACAW

CREEK R

A305 S604 Q91 Q3

S582 A307

A54

S577

A102 S709

A296

A297
R HW Y

S251 S250 S253 Q100 S256 Q71

S249 S239 S254 A6

TARGET

S607
HILL RD

AT CH

S321

A6 S78 S80 S81 S87 S82

S59

S69 A322 S84

S64

S63

S62 A100 A58

S726 A1 S434 S444 A2

IL A- G AKLAV BA L

A101

S195

S86

S88

S89

S85

Q54

Q55 Q56

ALMA

A10 S445

A11

A110

THE LINK

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

Giles Corner

A285

RD

A288

FLAVEL S

S329 S328

S326

RNER RD E S CO

Q53

GILES S722 CORNER

A1 A2

BARRIE

A320

S61

S715

A100

Q2

A3

S716

S723

A289

S255 S245 S246 S248 S247


RD

Navan
A4 Q95

S696

S697

S698 A92

A290

Q70

MAS RD T HO

S742

A91

Q96

TAR LEE S776

S745

High Bushfire Risk

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/14

5 km

Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

VOG TS RD

HOYLETON

A758

S3055

BPA Map CGV/10 Adjoins

A5

A4 A9

S272 A9 S298 S292 D


SMITH

S675

A91
DA RY MA

A92

BPA Map CGV/12 Adjoins


A92 S145 S234 S235 S146

S147

AN FREEM

RD

R LE

BPA M ap CGV/15 Adjoins

RD

R RD OLIVE

RD

RD

L RD

GA

RD

TS RD

A2

O RT

UN N-

R LYA

BPA M ap CGV/15 Adjoins

ES

NO R RTH D

OLD MAIN RD

ND TREE RD ALMO

D SR

A4

ISERY MT M
RD

YT HUXLE CE

A2

POWERLINE NORTH RD

S354 S364 A51

S348 S355 S368


RIC
HW Y

S350 S387 S356

S351

A1 A585 A580

A586

A588 A587 S60

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins


S61 S58 S40 A3 A7 S1021 S1020 A4 S41

S369
KE

S375

S370 S376

A9

S21 S64 Q3 S62 Q95 Q2

STEELTON
S316 A95

RAWLINS RD

A94

S317

S319 A93 S313 S312

A101

A97 TOTHILL BELT S276 Q137 S274 S277 Q136 S192

BRAEWOOD RD

A595

A593

S345 A596 A114 S341

S344 S343

S12 S13 S429 S430

S379 S380 A456


RR

T T S RD

S42 S1028 S1027 S1026 S315 A91

S314

S273

A594 S193

I ER

S381

EGH RD

A92

RD

HA

A465
LE IG H

AW FO

ZE

A523

Q20

A16

RD

HAZELI

Saddleworth
CR

RD

A325

A18

A15 A14 A1 A50 A51 S90 S91 Q37 A561 A95 A96 S55 S54 Q132 Q133 Q120 Q141 A265 A1 A255 A3 A247 Q126 A16
P ET E

S1038

LIGHT RIVER RD

HUT RD

NR

HT O

BE

HN

A420

S6 S1 S223 S228 A2

S105

S106 S8

SR

AS

S99
GREENH ILLS RD

S1056 S1057 S93 S94 A563 S1067 S1066

S1058 S1059 S1060 S1065 S1064

CHURCH RD

S1061

A4 A3

S98

A1

A565 A2 A3

Horsham
S1078 S99 A564

A54

MICHAELANNEY RD

SALT CREEK R

S103

S85

POWERLINE SOUTH RD

A424

S415

S442

S102

A20

WURST RD

A17

A13

A12

A11

A1 S53

S1044 S1045

S1043 S1042

S1040 S306 S1041 A1

TOT HILL BELT R

SEE BPA Map CGV/33


BA

S389

A95

WATERLOO-M ARRABELL RD

S382

A91 Q19 Q99

SADDLEWORTH
A571

S1029 S1030 S1031 S1036 S1037 S1035 S1034 S1039

S310 S311

S272

BRAEBROOK RD

S340

S423 S413

S1033 S309 S308 S301


WHYTE PARK RD

S271
D

S191 A576 A573 S93 A575

S190

TOTHILL CREEK S338


S261 A579 A578 S252 S254 S251

S339

A20

A21

ZAD OW RD

S412

PHILBEY RD

A134

S411

S82

S1055 S1054 A2

S1046 S1047

S1048

A567 A94

A92

S1053 S1052 S1051

Tothill Creek S96

A566

S260 S257 S256 S259 S258 S255


D

WILLIAMS RD

S263

S408

NGAPALA
S325

S249

A568

S243

S7 S2 S224

Q91 Q14 S45 S1

Q560 A93

S10 Q92

S3

S97
COGHILL RD

A113

S100 S1068 S1069 S1070 S1071 S1072 S1073 S1074 S1080 S101 S1086 S1085 S1084 S1083 S1082 S1081 S57 S1087 S1088 S1089 S1090 S1091 S56 S1098 S1097 S1096 A559 S1099 S1100
VINGO RD

S1063 S1062
MERNOWIE RD

S244

S245 S248

S240 S234

A93 S266

S241

S246 S247 S228


L HIL TO T

S250

Goyder Council
BO

S324
RD

S239

S396 S227 S221


DITTYS RD

G GY

S323

MARRETT RD

S46 A3

S58 S47 A4

REX RD

A119 A91 A94

S215 S264

S227 S226 S237 S238 S20 S21 S16 A138

S48 A130 A2

SCHNAITMANN RD

S40 S22
K RD

GREENS LA

S41

S42 S25 S26

DES RD

S1101

QUARRY RD

S15

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

S11 A139

ETTRIC

S28 A3 A253

S29

S30

SEE BPA Map CGV/34


S1124 A102

Q2 S24 S35

S16 S23 A2

BRICK HUT RD

S17

BLAZES RD

S23

S27

Q131

A91

S1112 S1113 RD
SL T AN

S1110 S1109 S1108 S1107 S1106 S1115 Q10 Q11


ROWETT RD

MARRABEL

A279

Springfield

A735

L IL TH TO

RD

S267 S268

S238 S235 S232 S237 S236 S181 S231

S233 A742

A105

S395 S313

A1 A2

S180

S182 S214 S183 S213

A737 S216 S217

CR

EEK R

S225

A739 S223 S312 S391

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

S1103 S1104 S1105

S179 S184 A4

S24

Q119 A254

S1111 S1114 S1125

S270 S11 S28 S31 S48

S185 S186 S212 A93 A94 S34 S169 S171

S218 S17 S22 S37

S219 S18 S21

S224 A740 S20 A729 A717 S61

S1119 S10 S29


LINKS RD

A92 A91 S32 S47 S54

JULIA

B300

S8
WINDY

S10
HILL RD

A243

HONDOW

S RD

A2

Marrabel
S1128

A714

S1121 S1120 S1131 S1132 S50 S51

S33 A2

S35

Q143 A4 A339 S99

S1597 S1136

S465

A1

A327 A326

BELVIDERE RD

CAMPION RD

A4

Q125 A329 A328 A323

A221 A222 A1
H I

S1596 S1137 S1138 S1139 S1140 A332

A716 A715 S1135 A710 A709 TWARTZ


RD

A104 S49

A96

TARNMA RD

A95

S387

Tarnma
A723 S60 A702 A699 A700

GOLF COURSE RD

S170 S43 S57 A106 S58 A94

S42 S59 S64

HAMPDEN
S383 A732

S464

S52

S53

PFITZNERS RD

Q144

S505

A320 A316 A315

A321

A322

S1146

ULANDI RD

S1144 S1143 S1142 S1141

S71

S70 S69 S73


RD PICNIC

S68

S67

A325

Q145

RIVERTON
RYELANDS RD

AARONS RD

MARRABEL-KAPU NDA RD

PRIO RS RD

HYDEDALE RD

S630 A292 S631 S702 A2 S748 S342 S347 S362 S367 A2

Q416 Q91 Q417 S363 A1

A23

A299

HAMILTON
A303 S626
R OW

A308

A309

S1173 S1174

S1170 S111 S1172 S1171

S130

A687 A686 A688

NASH RD

A307

A92

A5

A1

A21 A101

A92 A100

A7

A313

MURRAYS RD

S1588 S1165 S1164 S1163 S1162 A314 S1166


RIVERSIDE RD

A685

A8

S1168

A684

S88

S87

S86

S85

S84 S83

KA PU ND

A2

A317

A318 S1159 S1160 S1161 S1157

AR

A10

S1156

S1147

S1148 S1149

S1155 S1154 S1153 S1152 A693

A694 S1150 S1151


ORANA RD

EUDUNDA RD

A703

S377

A692

S74

A3 A4

A99

A698 A697 S82

LL

A701

BUCHANAN
BUCHA N NAN

S376

A100

D R

S1167

S1169 S108 S109

ROEHR RD

TARNMA
A690

S81

S370

A704

S110

A689 A8

BUCHANAN RD

RD S369

A691

S147 A204 A198 A197

A294 Q92 S366 S369 Q93 S374

A300 A93 A295

A301
RD

S1175 S1176 S133 S1177 S1180 S1179

S132 S131

ET T

S1181

S134 S135 S136 S138 S148 S139 S140 Q4 A565 S149 S137

RD OWS FARR

A1

A414

Q98 S377 A410 A408

S375
SW A101 AM PR D

A287

S1190 S1191 S1192 S1198 S1197 S1196

OAKLYN RD

TARLEE
S349

S345

S378

Hamilton

A585

S1194

S142 A98

S115 A93 A55

S124 S117 S118

A100 S126 S1230 S1232

A91

A91

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

BPA Map CGV/16 Adjoins

A97 A96

S1199 S382

S1221

A3 A92 A2

A102

WO OL SH ED

DR

S384

S383 S1200 A25

A2000

A91

A581

S150

S1222

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

S1229

A40

Q3002

S1236

BPA

High Bushfire Risk

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/15


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

AN

S1189

S1186 S1188 S1187


IA OR CT VI

S141

S129

A679

A682

A195

A196

LAB YR

S625

A209

A1

5 km

S1182

A677

A678

S1183 S1184 S105 S104

A681

A91

Light Regional Council

A194

RD

A2

SALTER SPRINGS
S444

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins


A10
D

A YS

S722
H

THE LINK

RD

A2

A288 Q95
RS RD

A11

A110

ON C

RNER RD

RD

HA ZE LT ON

A267 S406 A268

S TOC KP OR T -G

A3

S449

ILES C O

A4
HIG H

S91

S92

S93 S902
FL AT RD

Q92 A400 Q8 Q11 S215

S851 S884 Q94 Q95 S852

MOL INEU

S HA

A5

S94

Q91

TARLEEFINNIS PT

ALMA
S441

A266

S95

RD

A1

A6

A2

A101

S97

S832

A1

A2

TARLEE
A91
X RD

REEK RD

S445

Giles Corner

A285 Q101
TH
RD

A4
HOOPE

Q70

GILES Q1 CORNER

Q96

THO

MAS RD

S742

S777

S776

RIVERTON
A117

A91

A92

S745 A2 S342

RD Map CGV/15 S369 SEE BPA OW S FARR

S748

BPA Map CGV/15 Adjoins


S367 S363 S366 S374 Q98 S377 S375
SW AM

S625 A287 S1190 S1198 S1199


RD

NN

S431 A700

A70 A71 S421 A72

BILLY G OAT

A2

FAR M

S319

L IL RD

A1

A2

A414

S347

S345 S349

Q93 A410 A408

S378

PR

A101
D

N AI M

O'SULLIVA NS RD

R NO

A1

CO RNVAL E

A97 A96 A8

S382

S350 A91

A92

S384 A7

A92

S352 S357

S353 S358

S354

S438

RD

S318

S320 A21

S200 S212 S213

S905 S204 S207

S321 A1

Q6

A93

S355
DS RD AN EL RY

A93

HAMILTON
A1 A2 A3 A4

A9

A73 A74 S168

A5

S205 S931 S206 S946 S969 A94

S359 S360 A702

SHEARE RS R

S361
D

A91

A5

A20 A257 A4

Q22 A804

S214

A230 A34

Q23

S303 S298 S304 S299 A370 A369 A22

SEE BPA Map CGV/35


S294 S295 A805 A10 S218

A806

A94

A6 A7 A2

A5

A2 A231

Tarlee

CHARLE S ST

A95
CLARKE RD

A395 A92 A8

A809

S315 S316 S317

S310 S311 S312

S305 S306

S425
GL DO EG
RD

RD

S487

A371 A372 S297

HILL RD

A121 A5
S RD

A50

Q54 S280 A360 A92

S275 Q53

S327
TA RL E

A6 S332
EKA

A96 A95

GRANT

S490

S291 S292
D

SANDER S RD

A94 A251

A9

S98 A92

A94

A228 A2

S281 S286 S290 A350

KI DMAN

POR T-TA RL

A21

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

S459 A212

S265 S266 S267 S268 S269 S271 S272 S635 S610

S617 S623

S476

STO CK

S498 S618
RA
NG

CLAYTON RD

HAMLEY Q1 BRIDGE
S264 S260

A218

A1

A227 Q2

S378

BR

EE R

AN

S493 S497

SON SR D

S491

S470 A348

S307 S471 S474 A796 S472 A109 A101 S19 Q105

S293

HOGAN RD

A226

S488

A357

Q7 A94 A96

S328

S329 S330

A361

A2

Q5

DA UN

A1 Q2 A99 A100 A354 A16 Q92 A91 S123 S122 S120 A1 A5

A803 A1 S28

A95

A100
WILD DOG HIL L

Q108

A365 A41

A2 A3 S34 A1 A3

S22 S23 S30 S37 S44 S275

S263 S262

S621 S614

A101
W HO

Q26

A1
S TR IBLING R D

S33 S40

S35

THOMAS

RD

S29

S24 S31 S38 S45 A349 S312 S313 S314 S315 A351 S302

A92 S270 S306

A99

RD

A352

S255 S256 S257 S258 A678

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

S91 S90 S119

S36 S43

S254

A92

S261 S253

S259 S258 A121

S622 S616

S615

S613

SEE BPA Map CGV/36


A22
RD

AR A23 DS

S483

S47

S303

S264

Q4

S484

TR AI L

A91

A18 A16 Q118

A348

A2

A9

Q6

A4 S54

S274 S55

S304

S305 S308 S311 S310 A93 S319

S252 A3
W

RD

A4

S276 S279

HE YS EN

S273

Stockport A11 A345


A15 A13 A3 A102 A513 Q5 A328 S1287 A95 S419 A334 S420 S421 S416
PINE RI DG

A12

Q7

S277 S280

STOCK PO

S273 S411
E RD

RT-BET HEL RD

S278

S309 S2403
RD EL TH BE Q111

A676 A666
EP DE

A679

A680

A3 A92 A93

A4

S282
E S RD ROHD

RD

S237

A325 Q113

Q115

Q125 Q126

A99 A100

S283 S286

Q91 S300 S361

A654

RD CH A667 UR CH A1

Bethel

D TR ER CH EI

S250 S249

KAPUNDA
A94 A97

A656

A670

S133

K EE CR

A1

Hamley Q122 Bridge


A110
D
M

Q114 Q121

M AI

STOCKPORT
Q119 Q111 S225

Q110

S325

S412

A101

S296

S288

H RT O

S321 S323

A92 S350

S326

S324 A647

S322

A649

A653 A655 A651

A91

A96

S137 S141

RD

A103 A52 S313 S308

S417 S413 S409 S414 S123 Q128 S424 A92 A1 Q18

A51

S121 Q297

A14

A314

A91 A1 S292

S295 S290 S291 S431

A95

LINKE R

A101

S306 A111

S307

A3 A2 S310 S302

S214 A57 A512 S335 S303 S295 S304 Q97 S288 S280
MARSH ALL RD

RD N IA ST RI S358 CH

S352

S349

S332

W IS ER D

A198

S332

A37

S290

A1
ET T RD

S311

A295 S423
AYLIFFE RD

A99

S429

Q96 A1

A95

A94

S331

A93

S327

S328 S333 S340 S341

S436

S433

S430 A205

S354

S347

S336

S335

S334

Q93 A519 A94 A206 S363 Q2

Q92

A15

A91 Q3 A4
BE T HE L

A94

T IN S AK

S338

S339

HARTN

S292

S293 S294 S285 S286 S278

S329 S328

S282 A101 S266

M AGDAL A RD

S283 S284 S275 S276

S297 S289 S281

S425 S493 A91

A2

S287 S279

S277

A198 S550 A197

Q19

NA

LINWOOD S450
RD

Linwood
S452
AY L

S437

A50
LD BA

A2

S355 S443 S583

S346

S337

S343

S342

S345 S582
RD

S344 S272 S563

S368 S370

BETHEL
Q109 Q108

S369 S460 S564

Q17 A5

S448 S449

S445
D ER OL

S447

S581

S366 S458

A107

A290 A91 S2

RD

IR

NE

S454
RD

PE TE RS

NO

S267 S268 S260

S257

See enlargement map for accurate representation.

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

S198

GI

LL

Q2

S251 S252

S253 S254 S255 S256

NEWM

AN RD

S193

S194

S197

S235

S233

S223

S222

S579

S228

S238

S237

S66

S65

A102

S394

A92

High Bushfire Risk

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/16


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions Development Plan Boundary

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

FO RD S

MAGDALLA

A8

A182

RD

S195

S241

S236

RD

A260

5 km

RD

S258 S259

A100

BELL RD

A102

A103

A1

IE

AR

A101

S551

MORN S552 HILL

S553

RD

LD

FYFE R

S456
GN

A500

IF F

S451
EBR ID GE

LP WA

S587

S585 S586

A200

A ME

Y NE

A202

S457
LR D

S243

S589
RD

A501

S242

S226

S591

S588 S578

S568 S573

FORDS
A91

S461 A5
CH AP EL

A106 S14 S13 S1

S565

A1

S576

S566

S225

FREELING

S577

BO U N S574 DA RY S580 RD S575

S570

CO RN ER S63

S62

S386 S387

A2

Q93

S390

A91

BPA Map CGV/2 Adjoins

HUTT

ST

Hilltown

BPA Map CGV/1 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/2 Adjoins

R FISHE ST
OWN HILLT RD

HILLTOWN

BPA Map CGV/2 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/17


General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

250 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/5 Adjoins

Armagh

Y HENR ST
S BURCH

ST HIGH

RD

S TRICK ST PA

TCE

ARMAGH
RD HICKS

BPA Map CGV/5 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/5 Adjoins

ST DAME

MINE ST

GE ST GEOR

DB OL

H LYT

RD

Y BL

TH

RD

TCE

T NIX S PHOE

LY

TH

BRIDE ST

BPA Map CGV/5 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/18


Medium Bushfire Risk

250 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins


RD

A13

Q94 A11

S224

A23 A18 A17

AE W

OOD

A4

A19

A21 A20 A16 A36

A3 A2 A37

A50
U MOCC

MCR

A51

A NDUND

MAIN

A4

A15 Q13 A5 Q14

A13 A5
RD DOLAN D HIL L R CRAIG
SQUA

A12

A LLENBY ST

A15

NORTH

A11

MAN D

A9 A10

A10 A502 A500 A501 A619 A107 A3 A4 A103 A59 A58 A57 A49
R
E RD RE M IL

A38 A44 A39 A43 A40 A41 A56 A52

RD

NORTH

A7 A12 A14

H CRAIG

ILL RD

A20

A1

A3

A1 A2

WHIT E HUT R

NO R

A54

A106

A6

A6 A7 A8 A45

A101 A9

A2 A8

A120 A122 A123


ELLIO

A46 A47 A48


H MARC

A100

STANLEY FLAT

L O CK CR

O BENB

LY

PO L

A21

URNIE RD

A60

A121

A61 A62 A63

A55

A50

A33 A47

SUN

N Y SIDE RD

A100
S GED DE
L TON NEW

A50

A42

A13 A14 A15

CT

T ST

RD

A22

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

A23

A42

A45

A26

A90

A7

A138
V ISON A CHRIST

L PAT TU
T LEE S

LO AV

A31 A30

A26 A29 A28 A27

A41

R A40 D

A101

A135

A36

A64 A65 A34

A51 A35 A39

A16 A17 A1

A507

JA R MA N C

A37

A38 A19 A18 A20 A21

PH

AV

X AV NI OE

A600 A29 A30

TS

SA

ARMAGH

BI NE

A618

A617
TCE WEST

ST

BR

IG H

A10

A11

A493

A491

ON G D

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

MELR

AV OSE

A24

A23 A501

Q50 A52 Q51

A446 A79 A97 A73 A72 A71 A70


T MILL S
H

WEBB

A28

RIE HAR

T TT S

A1

A5 A359

A6

Y OR K

Q91

ST

RD

A27
D

S ALY

T
C BU
AG

NA HA

ST

T PL W RIGH

WRIG

HT ST
UNION

A31

A2
O TILBR

V OK A

Clare
D OL

A2
AR TL E YR D

A7

Q92

N TO UR

ST

A50 A51 A298

A3

A397
NK

SPRING FARM

G ST KIN

ST

ST R

S NE

SCO T T

NEW R

ICK

ST

D LAN

H RT NO

A594 A96

A597

GLE

ES

T NS

A109

M TE

R PLE

A21

N LENNO

ST

Q13PI

CESS ERVE AC S RE S

RD

ST

ST

RD

A319 A235
ST

R VICTO

IA RD
HOPE

A4
HA N S JONAT

A318

S481

WILLIA

M ST
AL BE RT

IC DOM IN
G YOUN LL PL

GUILFO RD ST
ST

ST

ST

CLARE

EAST

RD

S461 A55 A56 A1

BENNY SH ILL

A88

HENRY

ST

A12 A19

L ST POWEL

A6

TCE

POWE

A74

S613

A14
ESSIN

TO N PAX

ST

U ARTH

R ST

HANL INS RD

NEAG OC LES R K RD

GTON

AV

OPIE
CHAR

ST
T

A91

A201

RE BEA ST

KELLY

ST

LES S

D ST EDWAR

A53 A52 A50

S262

A5 A2

A68
LE STAN Y PL

A211 A210 A52 A155 A8

STANLE

Y ST

EMU FLAT
A51

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

A583

A584

A3

A4

A189

A10 A11

A22 A21

A23

A24

A40

BPA BPAMap MapCGV/20 CGV/6 Adjoins Adjoins

ND WARE A RD

A25

A41

High Bushfire Risk

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/19


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

1,000 m

Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

BPA BPAMap MapCGV/19 CGV/6 Adjoins Adjoins


A155 A52 A157 A1 A158 A53 A3
PLANT AV

A22

A223 A166 A47 A48 A49 A9

A174

A171 A50 A51

A21 A20
KOOKABU

A25 A41 A26

RRA CT

A46 A45 A173 A52 A18 A17

A19

A27 A42

A159 A165 A160 A161 A164 A144 A145 A146 A147

R MAYNA

D RD

KINGFISH E

A28

DR

A11

A168 A149

A2

A16

A15

A14

A143 A8

A96

A153

A150

A4

A13

A29

A43

CLARE

A109 A110

A151

A5 A12

A30

A140

A7

A148

A152

A6

MAIN

A31 A134

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

O WEND

UREE

RD

A10

NORTH

A100

A103

RD

A32

A101

A139

SPRING FARM
A131 A132
N NU
DO U RE E RD

A133

S582

A137

A9

D OCK R LES R NEAG

NDA R WARE

A112

A2 A1

A3

EMU FLAT
S111

S69

A136

A4 A30 A35

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

A129

A21

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/20


High Bushfire Risk Medium Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

500 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

NDA WARE RD

SPRING FARM

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

AR QU RY RD

GILLENTOWN

MAIN NORTH

Medium Bushfire Risk

RD

SEVENHILL

BPA Map CGV/6 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/21


Consolidated - 9 February 2012

250 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK

GILLENTOWN

A33 A50

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins


A4 Q6 Q7

A5

A34

A2
RS RD JENNE
C O L LEG E RD

A11

A119 S585

AA

A93

A125 A145 A144 A3

A94 A207 A275 A208

A122

A105 A10

A106 A19

TRIAL INDUS

A91

Q92

A10

ST

N TO AN

A123

A216

A215

ST

O OL SCH

ST

Sevenhill
A148 A149 A380 A98 A488
IN TA UN MO

A455 A456 A454

A464

A102

A150 A89 A90

A135 A136
R ES BAY D

CHUR

CH ST

A97

A95

SEVENHILL
A99 S588 Q102

ST

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

POSSIN

GHAM

PIT RD

A11

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

A4

A1 A25 A26 S89 A18

Q101

A100 A27 A15 A16 A14 Q98

E HUGH S PAR K RD

AE

A29

A28 Q99

D MILL R SAW

A30

Q100

S80 A435 A2

MAIN
A5

NORTH
RD

Q4 A10 Q1

Q93

Q94

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/22


High Bushfire Risk Medium Bushfire Risk

500 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins


A427 A91 A13 A12

Q4 S590

A6 A4 A7

A92 A1 A332 A3

A2

A5 A8

A2 A423

AH A11 A100 A101 A306

PENWORTHAM
A10

A424 A17

Q178

A18

A9

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

Penworthham
A25 A26 A28 A5

A19
D BELL R CAM P

A21 A20

A6

A58 A38 A59 A39 A60 A40 A61 A41 A62 A42 A63 A43 A64 A44 A65 A45 A305 A66 A46 A67 A47 A68 A49 A48 A69 A51 A50 A70 A52 A304 A71 A53 A72 A54 A56 A73 A55 A74 A122

A57

A106 A312

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

HORR

SR OC K

Q64 A417 S66 A4 A310

DUKE RD

A22

A31

A32

A428

A429 A422

A75

A23

A24

A303 A105
MORR

A300

A309

A27 S194 A26 AC A21

A22

A311

ISON RD

Q65 A3 A1 A411 A2

IELD FAIRF RD

S24

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/23


High Bushfire Risk Medium Bushfire Risk

500 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

SOLLY S HIL L RD

SY BRYK S RD

RR TALE QUELL

NORTH

TCE

M AIN

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

Watervale

COM M L ERCIA RD

CENT S ST VIN

RD

RD WEST

GLAET T ZER S AK RD SHEO

ADELA IDE NO

WATERVALE

BPA Map CGV/8 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/24


Medium Bushfire Risk

D RT H R

NORTH

SOUT H

TCE

RD

250 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/9 Adjoins


RD PPE RO

A337

S121

S343

STANLEY
A4

CO

RE

NH VE SE -M ILL D OR AR INT

DIN R MERIL

CH OLIC TH CA
O RT BU

URCH

RD

A6

A5

Q21 Q20

A109

A101 A96 A95 A155 A212 A145 A146


T HOM

A1

ST

A56 A57 A338 A12


TORR ST
TON R KINGS

A3 A20 A54 A53 S569

A24 A27

A10

A381

S612 A380

A36 A37 A38 A39


YO UN G

A28 A34
S KING T

BURRA ST

A2

A11

Mintaro
A340
T HILL S

A356 A1

MINTARO

BPA Map CGV/9 Adjoins

A11

A105 A137

A103 A92

A15 A7 A8 A9 A13 A14 Q3 A111


MA NO OR A-

A102

A100

A91
M RD

JACKA

RD

KIT E

ST

LEASIN G HA

S177 A112 A2

P PSON RIEST RD

A110
MI L LS T

BPA Map CGV/9 Adjoins

RY RD QUAR SLATE

A347

ST

A21

A346

A22

A93

A66

A320

A178

S ST EIN

A62 A61

A63

A65 A108 A107 A104 A109 A98 A97

A16 A99

A354

SHORT

A352

ST

ST F IELD WAKE

A4

A2

M IN TA RO

A330

RD

A328

Q4

A5

A6

BPA Map CGV/9 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/25


General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

500 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/10 Adjoins


Leasingham

SHEO AK RD

NORTH

TCE

AN ST N OR M

N MAI

LEASINGHAM

TH NOR

HIGH S T

RD

BPA Map CGV/10 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/10 Adjoins

WEST TCE

PO

RT

E AK

D EL FI

RD

SOUT H

TCE

UP P ER

S KIL

LY R

BPA Map CGV/10 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/26


Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk

250 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/11 Adjoins


A101 S268 A91 A102 A2 S250

TANK

RD

Q12
E RN MADD RD

A871

D MIL L R FLAX

Q11 A1

A55

A91 A57 A56 A92

AUBURN

Q10

DENN IS RD

A53 A7 A824 A825 A4 A18 A14 A13 A823 A29 A31

A20

A870

R AUBU

OO N-MAN

RA RD

A58

ST CHER AR

BPA Map CGV/11 Adjoins

A2

A307 A609
R ST ARTHU

A164 AP A5

A165

A865 A11

BPA Map CGV/11 Adjoins

A864 A748 A82


O KINGST

A3

A6

A5

A17

A25 A24 A19


NORT H ST

A100 A51 A111 A831


G KI N ST

A306
LEY STAN

A52 A601

A303

ST

N TCE

A7 A10

A27 A28

A16 A105

A91

CH CHUR
ELDER

ST

A305

A852

A811

A851
YOUN

N CURLI

CEN ST VIN

T ST

A836

A55

Auburn

A503

A174 A423

G ST

A15

G ST

A850
DALY
ST

A132 A826 A80 A509 A1

ST

A12

PO RT

WA KE

F IE L

RN R D D-AUBU
A1

A38

A39

A95

T POR
ST ILLIAM KING W

RD

Auburn

A858

A3

ST WEST

HENRY

ST

D FOR
H ST S OU T

ST

Q813 Q814

A94 A810 A93 A21 A813

A15

A2

ON GST KIN

A812

A11

A8
WHIT D EHEA RD

TCE

A22 A9
S ENGLI

ES RD M OOR

A241

S272

Q2

A624 A623

H RD

BPA Map CGV/11 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/27


General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

500 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins


KOONOONA RD

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

BU

RA

BLACK SPRINGS

BL

CK
RI SP S NG RD

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/28


High Bushfire Risk Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk

250 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins


A451 S179

A91 S177
B OWMA

A10 A9

A8 A7

BARRIER HWY

NS RD

A443 A20 A14


CHIN NE D LA K FOR

A453 A452

A23 A25 A24

A22

A21

A13

A12

A11

S315

S422

M AN

O O

RA -M IN TA R

RD

MANOORA
A1

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

A3 A627 A439 A4
ST

COMM ER

CIAL R

S259 Q51

A2

YM OU

A446 A440

TH

A630 A91

WE

Manoora
A92

A70

A46

Q2

MI

AUBURN -MANOO RA

Z AB

A5
RD

ETH

ST

A17

ELI

A72

JOHN ST

LO U

LL S

I SA

ST

A625

A626

A619

A71

A617

A75

A33
M ANOOR A-WAT ER LO

A447

Q3

O RD

A73

A633

A620 A621
RD BRUHNS
OLD MANOORA RD

Q91 A100 A622 A623

Q92

A624

A100

A23 A105

Chinkford

Q20

Q21

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/29


General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

500 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

HILDE RD
QUINNS GAP RD

MAIN ROAD 45

WATERLOO
QU N EE

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

ST

MAHOOD ST

Waterloo
SOWTEN ST

WILLIAM ST

BPA Map CGV/13 Adjoins

WATERLOO-MARRABELL RD

SYDNEY ST

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/30


General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

250 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

S728

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins


A1

MAIN

S729 A58

Q93

S730 S824 A59

A57 A1

A60

Q1

A61

A55 A2
RH YN IE -B

A54

A53

A52

A51

A50

A49

A48

A47

NORTH
Q2

MIL NE ST
AL A KL

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

AV A

A46
R D

A44 A45

A42 A40 A43 A41

A38 A39

A36

A34

A10

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

A37 A35 A24 A240


SPENCER ST

A11 A12 A13 A101 A102 A103 A105 A106 A107 A104

BERNARD ST

A3

A30 A31

A28 A29 A21

A26 A27

A25

A239 A22 A14

JAMES ST

RHYNIE
A5

A19 A17 A20 A18

A15 A16

RD

A100

HARRIET ST

A108 A9

Rhynie

A7

A8

A701 A702 A703

A4 A3 A337

A704 A705

A349

A338

RA AR -M IE YN H R

BE

LR

S555

A334

A6 S823 A99 A98 A23 A97

A336
PRING TER S IE-SAL S RD

RHYN

A2

A1

S537

S530

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/31


Medium Bushfire Risk General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

500 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins


RIVERTON-UNDALYA RD

A4

A99 Q138 A12


RH YN IEM

A3

A51 A237 A3

A50

S121

S89

Q140

Q106

Q96

A226 A228 A69

A239 A120

AR RA BE LR D

Q107 Q139 Q141 A227 A13 A11 Q97

A1

A229 A4 A238 A2

RIVERTON
A70 A2 A3000

A12
HART LEY S T

WAS HIN GTO N

RD

A122

A98

A123

A100

A62 A64 A65

A2000 A113 A71 A72 A112 Q111 MASTE RS ST

A108

ST RI CKL AND ST

A201

PAUL ST
N ST

LIGHT ST

A121

CHARLE

S ST

A17

GRAY S

Riverton
FREDRI CK P L

SWINDE

JEAN P

A213 S120
ST

MAT THE W PL

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

JAMES

A21

ST

A11 A13

HORNE

HILL RD

NOBBY

A78 A101 A109

MURRA Y

A100

WHITE

ST

DAVIS

ST

M ILL S

A10

R ST

FREDER

A99

A8

SARA ST

A110

KELLY ST

GLYNN

ICK PL

A7

A169

MOO R HO

A31 A32
E

TORREN S

M ALLE N CT

A24 A29
USE TC

RD

SI

DI

A137

NG

GILBER

T ST

A40

OX

FO

A91
RD TC E

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

A101

A3 A5

ST

A1

A102

A4 A55 A103

A6

A49

CAMA

CS RD

A111

A105

A112
BARRIER HWY

A91

A3

A1

A92

A2

A93

OLD MAIN RD

S538

A52

A53

S541

A104

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/32


General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

500 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

BA

A22

RR

IE R

A21

A457

HW

A20

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/15 Adjoins


Y

M
A92 A19 A18 A17 A526
Y AR

ST

IC

A465

E
ST

A531

L S
IC

O LT EE ST

RD

A100 A3 A528

A13 A12 A11 A10 A461

O TH

AS M

T
A523 A2
HA Z EL EIG

CURB ST

TR PA K ST

A645 A1 A466

HR

A529

HIL

LS

A464

A463
RD

A538 S435 S118 A536


I FF ES

A499

A468

A93

A4
RD BUR RA

A477

A7 A9 A469
BR ID LE S T

SA

DD

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

LE R

A467

MC A

SADDLEWORTH

UL

BPA Map CGV/15 Adjoins

LE S

A94

ST

A95

Saddleworth

A473

A99

ST

CH AR

IR RU PS

A492 A533 A489 A487 A40


WH IP ST

A494 A493

A34

A105

A98

SP

UR S

A6

B E L V ID

IN M EN D ST

E R E R D

A8 A423 A32 S420 A33 A45 A3 A46 A47 A44 A43


BI T ST

A EW N

K R

ST
K IC ER ST

Q51

A500

S415

A439
REIN ST

CR

A2

I G

H RT

ST

A441

WA RR EN R D

A1

A50

A12

A424

A19

A422

A90

A16

A15 A11

A103

CR

A35 A36

A37

A20

A21

A51

A5

A438

A433

AW FO R

AV

A13

A14

DS

A104

A107

A52 A10 A440 A426

AA
BE HN

A444

SR

RD

A419

A445

S402

AS HT ON

R
A420

BPA Map CGV/14 Adjoins

BPA Map CGV/15 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/33


General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

RD

AW F

OR D

ED FR

S A D D L E W O R
T
S442

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

H -E
U

ND DU

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

500 m

BPA Map CGV/15 Adjoins


RD

SADDLEWORTH-EU DUNDA

RD
TARNMA RD

BPA Map CGV/15 Adjoins

WATER LOO-M ARRABELL

Marrabel

BPA Map CGV/15 Adjoins

MARRABEL
SADDLEWORTHEUDUNDA

BPA Map CGV/15 Adjoins

RD

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/34


General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

250 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

OWEN-T S216 ARLEE R

BPA Map CGV/16 Adjoins


D

A805 A12

S207

OL

AI
N N O RT H R

S218 S969 A76 A77 A78 A75 A74

AIN DM RD

A7

A6 A5 A4

A65

A55

S294

A10

A53 A51 A52

CHARL ES ST

A3

A43 A102

HA

LL ET T

ST

CRAIG ST

A79 A80 A81 A373 A82 A83

A73A66 A72 A67

A56 A57

A50 A16

A84 A71 A85

A68 A61 A58 A91

OLDHAM ST

A46

A47

A14

A70A69 A60

Tarlee
A32 A31 A2

A97

A394 A393 A392

TARL

PRESCOTT ST

A93 A94

EE -K AP UN DA

S295

S1011

A391 A390

RD

A108

ERT GILB

BPA Map CGV/16 Adjoins

A375

A1

A23 A22 Q101

BPA Map CGV/16 Adjoins

A116 A117 A118 A384

A388

A19 A18 A17 A15

ST

A121

A35

TARLEE
HILL RD

A12 A11 A10 A9 A8


FOGGE ST

A13

A119

A372

S105
BOND ST

A120 A6

A7

A379

S291

Q6

N MAI

RTH NO

A359

A5

KP OR T-T AR LE ER

Q7

S292

BPA Map CGV/16 Adjoins

ST OC

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/35


General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

500 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

KIDM AN S

RD

RD

RIVER RD

BPA Map CGV/16 Adjoins


A24
A RD HO W

Q5

A22
R AN G

Q4

SR D

R D

A407 A21 A406 A405 A404 A2 A70 A403 A402 A1 A10 A9 A4 A401 A43 A352 A35 A34 A33 A32 A31 A42 A44 A45 A349
O ST
MAIN

A348

A408

S484

STOCKPORT
A71

RD

A12 A14

D RS R PORT CK

A17 A18

A11

A12

BPA Map CGV/16 Adjoins

A100
RD

A103

IT

A102

A101

A41 A40 A39 A38

Stockport
S495

BPA Map CGV/16 Adjoins

A91
RD GA INE

A28 A29 A30

A27 A26 A25 A24 A23

SM

HS

A342

A340 A339

RT CE

A150 A151 A19

PYC

FT RO

ST

A22

TS WAT

T CE

A18 A7 A3

A21

A98 A344

A15 A8

A5

A6 A2
MURRAY ST

Q5

A16

Q4 A13 Q103 A328

S420 A327 S250 A330

Q110

BPA Map CGV/16 Adjoins

Bushfire Protection Area BPA Map CGV/36


General Bushfire Risk Excluded area from bushfire protection planning provisions

500 m

CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

BUSHFIRE RISK
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council Mapping Section Concept Plan Maps

Concept Plan Maps

371
Consolidated - 9 February 2012

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

SLATE

RY QUAR

THOM PSON
RD

KING

ST

T RD PRIES
66m 66m

66m

0.4365h

B
0.4365h

B
0.4365h

YO U

NG

66m

ST

66m

0.2h

66m

60.6m

C C
30.3m

0.2h

0.4h

30.3m

0.2h 0.2h

30.3m 30.3m 30.3m

30.3m

0.2h
60.6m

0.2h

0.4h

D TON R KINGS m

C 0.2h C 0.2h
0.2h

30.3m

30.3

30.3m

0
Proposed allotments / road reserve

50

100

150

200

250 metres

A B C

Allotments to have a minimum frontage of 60.6m and a minimum area of 0.4Ha Allotments to have a minimum frontage of 66.0m and a minimum area of 0.4365Ha Allotments to have a minimum frontage of 30.3m and a minimum area of 0.2Ha All new road reserves to be 20.0m wide Landscaped Buffer Proposed Open Space Approximate Location of Existing Vegetation Existing Waterway
MINTARO

Concept Plan Map CGV/1


WESTERN RESIDENTIAL
Consolidated - 9 February 2012
CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

S483 Q5 A24 A22 Q4

RA
A348

A21

NG

ER

D
A2

S484

A408

A12

ST RAY MUR

A14

146.5
146. 2
5

A18

D RY R VATO BSER

14 6. 0
14
5. 75

STO

O CKP

R RS RT

D
A12

SM

ITH

ST
180
A342

D GAR INER

TCE

SR

SM

ITH

145 .5

.25 145
5.0 14

S WATT
.75 144

TCE

A15

TS L WES

.5 144

144.25

144.0

Q5

143.75
A16

A13

MURRAY ST

GILBERT

A328

0 100 200 300 400 500 Metres

Approximate extent of flooding January 1993 Approximate extent of flooding 100 Year ARI Building at risk from inundation
146.25

STOCKPORT

AHD Levels Railway Township Boundary

Concept Plan Map CGV/2


TOWNSHIP (FLOOD PLAIN)
CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

HI

LL

CT

R
SQUA

PrPro

Concept Area boundary 50m Landscaped Buffer 25m Setback Approximate Location of Existing Vegetation Stormwater Retention/Detention (Existing Dams) Minor Overland Flow Path Existing Watercourse Principal Access Point Access Point Intersection Upgrade Primary Production Recreation Residential

1:5,000 0 50 100 150 200 250 metres

Concept Plan Map CGV/3


SQUARE MILE ROAD
CLARE AND GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL

Consolidated - 9 February 2012

NO R

Golf Course

MA

CRAIG

HILL R

Rec

ND R

E RE MIL RD

NICKLA

US CT

R
DOLA N RD
R SQUA E MILE RD