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BP Newnham
Underground Tank Upgrades and Signage

Report to Support a Development Application

transport | community | mining | industrial | food & beverage | energy

Prepared for: British Petroleum Australia

Client representative: Jason De Pasquale

Date: 6 March 2019


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Table of Contents
1. Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. 1
2. Proposal..................................................................................................................................................... 2
3. Site Context ............................................................................................................................................... 4
4. Operational Matters.................................................................................................................................. 4
5. Launceston Interim Planning Scheme 2015 .............................................................................................. 5
5.1 Zoning and Land Use ...................................................................................................................... 5
5.2 Zone Purpose ................................................................................................................................. 5
5.3 Local Area Objectives ..................................................................................................................... 5
5.4 Desired Future Character Statements ........................................................................................... 5
5.5 Use Standards ................................................................................................................................ 6
5.6 Development Standards ................................................................................................................ 9
6. Overlays ...................................................................................................................................................11
7. Codes .......................................................................................................................................................13
8. State Policies ...........................................................................................................................................23
9. Conclusion ...............................................................................................................................................24

List of figures
Figure 1 - Site (existing) as seen from the east side of George Town Road ....................................................... 1
Figure 2 - Site (existing) as seen from the intersection of George Town Road and Tompsons Lane ................. 1
Figure 3 - Site layout as proposed ...................................................................................................................... 3
Figure 4 - Aerial identifying the subject site ....................................................................................................... 4
Figure 5 - Height of fence between the site and adjacent dwelling................................................................... 8

Appendices
Appendix A: Title Documents
Appendix B: Plan Set
Appendix C: Environmental Site Assessment
Appendix D: Construction Environmental Management Plan
Appendix E: Stormwater Management Plan

Prepared by: .................................................................... Date: 6 March 2019


Leigh Knight

Reviewed by: .................................................................... Date: 6 March 2019


Ian Abernethy

Authorised by: .................................................................... Date: 6 March 2019


David Lenel

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Revision History

Rev
Description Prepared by Reviewed by Authorised by Date
No.
A Draft for client J O’Connor L Knight L Knight 6/11/2018
B Revisions for client L Knight L Knight D Lenel 11/01/2019
0 Final L Knight L Knight D Lenel 25/01/2019
1 Revised L Knight L Knight D Lenel 6/3/2019

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1. Introduction
pitt&sherry has been engaged by British Petroleum (BP) Australia to undertake a land use planning
assessment relating to the upgrade of the existing BP Newnham service station at 117 George Town Road,
Newnham. The proposed upgrade is part of an ongoing state-wide works program improving and upgrading
fuel service infrastructure relating to compliance measures and refreshing the BP branding.

The subject site covers three separate titles, has a frontage of 65.8 m along George Town Road, 41.42 m
along Tompsons Lane, a depth of 52.1 m and a total site area of 1,473 m2. The removal and replacement of
the existing, aging single walled fuel tanks with double walled fuel tanks is an essential measure in order to
comply with operational guidelines and continue safe operations at the site. By upgrading the infrastructure
at the Newnham site, BP will be able to continue to supply and service the greater Newnham / East Tamar
catchment.

Figure 1 - Site (existing) as seen from the east side of George Town Road

Figure 2 - Site (existing) as seen from the intersection of George Town Road and Tompsons Lane

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2. Proposal
Plans of the proposed development are provided in Appendix A. The applicant is proposing upgrades which
are generally consistent with the existing development on site. Minor external alterations to the existing
signage on the control building / convenience shop are proposed – specifically the rebranding to the
contemporary ‘Bright Green Beacon’ (BGP) BP livery. The following upgrades to the fuel service and storage
functions are proposed:
• Removal and replacement of the existing underground fuel tank ‘farm’
• Installation of two new 90 kl, double walled fibreglass fuel tanks in a new location outside of the extents
of the new canopy area, however close to the fill box
• Installation of four new eight-hose dispensers for ULP91, PULP95, ULT98 and UADF under the existing
‘domino 4’ canopy
• Installation of a new dual ‘high flow’ UADF (ultimate Diesel) dispenser complete with high mast to outside
island of existing car canopy
Signage changes include:
• Removal of existing signage and replacement with the new ‘BGB’ signage and colour trims on the control
building including internally illuminated lettering reading ‘BP Brighton’ centred above the entry/exit to
the shop
• A new BGB 7 m MID (main identification sign) with LED digits replacing the existing 7 m retrofit ‘harmony’
MID on George Town Road.
The existing steel single walled fuels storage tanks are approximately 42 years old and it is acknowledged the
storage of corrosive pollutants over time in aging storage vessels can pose potential environmental risk. The
proposal is part of a significant investment by the applicant to reduce the risk of profile of each BP site by
removal, replacement and the upgrade of aging fuel storage, sales and supply infrastructure. The proposed
works are considered to meet and exceed current industry standards with high quality finishes ensuring BP
Newnham presents as a confident contribution to the area.

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Figure 3 - Site layout as proposed

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3. Site Context
The site, identified in the aerial image per Figure 4, is within the Launceston LGA and is located approximately
6.2 km from the Launceston CBD. The site is located at 117 George Town Road, Newnham and formerly
fronted the main road into the northern suburbs of Launceston. Developed as a vehicle fuel sales and service
site in 1962, the site has been servicing motorists and the surrounding residential catchments of Newnham,
Rocherlea and Mayfield for well over 50 years. Situated within a long established residential neighbourhood,
the subject site abuts two properties containing single storey, detached dwellings to the south and south
west.

Figure 4 - Aerial identifying the subject site

The site is described below. A copy of the title documents is provided in Appendix B.

Property Address 117 George Town Road, Newnham TAS 7248


Property ID 6694357
Title Reference 60473/1

4. Operational Matters
BP Newnham services motorists and customers using the existing convenience shop 24 hours, seven days a
week. No change in use forms part of this proposal. Delivery schedules of B-doubles servicing the site with
fuels are not proposed to change.

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5. Launceston Interim Planning Scheme 2015


The land is within the Launceston local government area and is zoned Local Business within the Launceston
Interim Planning Scheme 2015 (the Planning Scheme).

5.1 Zoning and Land Use


The proposed use falls within the classification of vehicle fuel sales and servicing use class –
‘use of land primarily for the sale of motor vehicle fuel and lubricants, and if the land is so used, the use may
include the routine maintenance of vehicles. An example is a service station’.
This use is further qualified by the definition of service station in Part B, Clause 4 –
‘use of land to sell motor vehicle fuel from bowsers, and vehicle lubricants and if such use is made of the land,
includes:
(a) selling or installing of motor vehicle accessories or parts;
(b) selling of food, drinks and other convenience goods;
(c) hiring of trailers; and
(d) servicing or washing of motor vehicles’.
Vehicle fuel sales and servicing is a Permitted use in the Local Business zone unless relying on performance
criteria. Certain aspects of the proposed upgrades, inclusive of new/replacement signage, rely on
performance criteria triggering a Discretionary application.

5.2 Zone Purpose


Purpose statements applicable to the Local Business zone are:
• 20.1.1.1 To provide for business, professional and retail services which meet the convenience needs of a
local area.
• 20.1.1.2 To ensure that the primary purpose of the zone is maintained and use and development does not
distort the activity centre hierarchy.
• 20.1.1.3 To maintain or improve the function, appearance and distinctive qualities of neighbourhood
centres.
• 20.1.1.4 To create:
(a) activity at pedestrian levels, with active road frontages offering interest and engagement to
shoppers; and
(b) appropriate provision for car parking, pedestrian access and traffic circulation.
• 20.1.1.5 To encourage a diversity of residential developments, including shop-top housing and tourist
accommodation, which support the functions of neighbourhood centres.

The proposal is a logical upgrade of an existing use which predominantly services the local catchment and
will result in the facility meeting best practice environmental standards.

5.3 Local Area Objectives


There are no local area objectives for this zone.

5.4 Desired Future Character Statements


There are no desired future character statements for this zone.

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5.5 Use Standards


The use of the site as a service station has been occurring on site since the 1970’s. There is no change in the
use proposed or the operations, however, use standards are considered below.

Use standards
20.3.1 – Hours of Operation
Objective
To ensure that uses do not cause unreasonable loss of amenity to nearby sensitive uses.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Not applicable
Commercial vehicles must only operate between Commercial vehicles, i.e. deliveries of bread,
6.00am and 10.00pm Monday to Friday and 7:00am milk and fuel, currently comply with this
to 5:00pm Saturday and Sunday. requirement and this will not change.
Garbage collection is currently carried out
during the day and this will not alter.
A2 Satisfies Performance Criteria
Operating hours, except for office and The site adjoins land zoned General Residential
administrative tasks, must be between: on the south-western boundary and residential
(a) 6.00am and 10.00pm, where adjacent to the development within the Local Business zone on
boundary of the General Residential, Inner the south-eastern boundary. Land opposite is
Residential, Low Density Residential and Urban zoned General Residential. The site has been
Mixed-Use zones; or continually operational as a service station for
(b) 6.00am to midnight otherwise. over 50 years. The current Local Business
The site has been operating on a 24 hour a day basis zoning acknowledges this use.
for some time and relies on Performance Criteria:
P2 The site is bounded on two sides by roads
Uses must not unreasonably impact on the amenity which provide a buffer to residences to the
of nearby sensitive uses, having regard to: north and east. The rear boundary is adjacent
(a) the nature and intensity of the proposed use; two dwellings the closest of which (in the
(b) the characteristics and frequency of any business zone) is over 8 m from the service
emissions generated; station shop building. The dwelling to the south
(c) the extent and timing of traffic generation; east is over 14 m from the rear of the facility.
(d) the hours of delivery and despatch of goods All bowsers are located on the eastern side of
and materials; and the control building away from residences and
(e) the existing levels of amenity. there is no change to access locations as a
result of this proposal.

There is no change to the nature of operations


on site. Hours of operation, hours of delivery
and levels of traffic using the site will not alter
as a consequence of the proposal. The garbage
truck will now pass between the control
building and the southern boundary, in an area
currently used for gas cylinder drop off and
collection. The garbage bin itself will be in the
same location behind the control building and
its position is limited by overhead power lines
which constrain the area available for lifting
the bin. In the context of day time traffic levels
in the locality, and vehicle numbers currently
using the site, one additional truck on
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a detrimental impact on the adjacent
residence. The existing levels of amenity in the
locality will not alter as a result of the proposal
which will not impact on adjoining sensitive
users any more than the current operation.
20.3.2 – Mechanical Plant and Equipment
Objective
To ensure that the use of mechanical plant and equipment does not cause an unreasonable loss of
amenity to sensitive uses.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 No change - Complies with the acceptable
Air conditioning, air extraction, heating or solution.
refrigeration systems or compressors must be
designed, located, baffled or insulated to prevent The level of mechanical plant and equipment
noise, odours, fumes or vibration from being currently in use is not proposed to be
received by adjoining or immediately opposite increased. Replacements relate to
sensitive uses. underground tanks and bowsers with no
changes to refrigeration units, air conditioners,
generators or other noise producing
equipment.
20.3.3 – Light spill and illumination
Objective
To ensure that light spill and levels of illumination from external lighting does not cause unreasonable
loss of amenity to sensitive uses.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Satisfies performance criteria
The use must:
(a) not include permanent, fixed floodlighting There will be no change to illumination at the
where the zone adjoins the boundary of the rear of the site and no change to impacts on the
General Residential, Inner Residential, Low General Residential zoned land in that location.
Density Residential, Urban Mixed Use and
Village zones; and The Helios symbol to be installed on the front
(b) contain direct light from external light southern façade of the shop building is a new
sources within the boundaries of the site. illuminated sign. The boundary fence on this
Existing fixed lighting on site will not alter as part of part of the site is higher than the eave level of
this proposal. The land to the rear of the site is the house on the adjoining lot (refer to Figure
zoned General Residential and the land to the south 5). There is little potential for light from the
is developed for residential purposes but zoned sign to impact on the neighbouring property as
Local business. The proposed signage upgrade the direct line of sight is interrupted by the
introduces two new illuminated elements which fence. This sign is facing the street and will not
have the potential to impact adjacent residential direct light toward the adjacent dwelling.
sites. These rely on Performance Criteria.
P1 There is currently an illuminated BP symbol on
Floodlighting or other external lighting used on the the southern facing canopy fascia. This is to be
site must not cause an unreasonable loss of amenity replaced and supplemented by an LED strip
to nearby sensitive uses, having regard to: light extending around the centre of the
(a) the number of light sources and their canopy in addition to internally illuminated
intensity; ‘Helios buttons’ being installed on the north
(b) the proximity of the proposed light sources and east facing fascia of the canopy. This is
to nearby sensitive uses; located approximately 14.5 m from the
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(d) the landscaping of the site; will contribute only marginally to the current
(e) the degree of screening between the light extent of illumination on and adjacent the site.
source and the sensitive uses; and This is not considered likely to result in an
(f) existing light sources nearby. unreasonable loss of amenity at the adjacent
residential dwelling. The introduction of the
LED strip along the front of the canopy will not
impact on the amenity enjoyed by the
residence opposite the site due to the distance
between the two and the extent of illumination
currently experienced.

Figure 5 - Height of fence between the site and adjacent dwelling

Use Standards
20.3.4 – Noise levels
Objective
To ensure that noise levels from uses do not unreasonably impact on the amenity of nearby sensitive
uses.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Not applicable
Noise generated by a use on the site must: The use – vehicle fuel sales and service - has co-
(a) not exceed a time average A-weighted existed with neighbouring and adjacent
sound pressure level (LAeq) of 5 dB(A) dwellings for in excess of 50 years and will not
above background during operating hours change. The upgrade of the site involves the
when measured at the boundary of an replacement of underground tanks and
existing sensitive use adjoining or bowsers only and will not introduce any
immediately opposite the site; or additional noise generating activities.
(b) be in accordance with any permit
conditions required by the Environment
Protection Authority or an environment
protection notice issued by the Director of
the Environment Protection Authority.

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20.3.5 – Retail Impact


Objective
To ensure that the economic, social and environmental impact of significant new retail use and
development is consistent with the activity hierarchy.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Complies with the acceptable solution.
If for no permit required or permitted use class.
The use carried out on site is Permitted in the
Planning Scheme.

5.6 Development Standards


The following development standards are relevant to the proposed works.

Development standards
20.4.1 – Building Height, Setbacks and Siting
Objective
To ensure that building bulk and form, and siting:
(a) is compatible with the streetscape and character of the surrounding area;
(b) protects the amenity of adjoining lots; and
(c) promotes and maintains high levels of public interaction and amenity.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 No change - Complies with the acceptable
Building height must be no greater than: solution.
(a) 7m; or
(b) 1m greater than the average of the building The proposed upgrades and additions will not
heights on the site or adjoining lots; increase the height of the existing control
whichever is higher. building. The site has a slight fall from east to
west and north to south. The proposal
represents modest contemporary upgrades to
an existing service station which has been
operating for at least 50 years. The visually
obvious upgrades to the site will not increase
the scale, bulk, massing or proportion of the
service station relative to surrounding
residential built form and is consistent with
streetscape character and form along George
Town Rd and Tompsons Lane. Signage height is
addressed in Section 7.1.
A2 No change - Complies with the acceptable
Setback from a frontage must be: solution.
(a) built to the frontage at ground level; or
(b) no more or less than the maximum and The proposed works will not alter the location
minimum setbacks of the buildings on of any onsite parking, delivery / loading areas
adjoining lots. and / or queueing arrangements. Adequate
queueing is already provided on site for access
to both car parking and fuelling locations.
A3 No change - Complies with the acceptable
Setback from a side boundary must be: solution.
(a) built to the side boundaries at ground level;
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(b) no more or less than the maximum and Setbacks from shared boundaries, Tompsons
minimum setbacks of the buildings on Lane and George Town Road, are well in excess
adjoining lots. of existing setbacks of neighbouring residential
properties. No alterations to the footprint of
the existing building are proposed.
A4 No change - Complies with the acceptable
Where the site is located on the boundary of the solution.
General Residential and Inner Residential zones,
new buildings or alterations to existing buildings, The dwelling to the south west of the lot is
must: within the General residential zone and the
(a) be set back a horizontal distance of no less service station building is setback 6 m at its
than 3m from the zone boundary; and closest point. There is an existing Colorbond
(b) have a solid fence no less than 1.8m high on fence on this boundary which will be 1.8 m in
the zone boundary. height.

A5 No change - Complies with the acceptable


The façade and entrance of the primary building, solution.
must be clearly visible, and accessible from a road,
for pedestrians and persons with a disability. The control building/shop fronts George Town
Rd and is directly accessible. It is proposed that
BP brand identification livery / signage be
integrated with the built form of the building
which will reinforce its visibility. No changes to
the level of access to the shop is proposed.
20.4.2 – Location of car parking
Objective
To ensure that car parking:
(a) does not detract from the streetscape; and
(b) provides for vehicle and pedestrian safety.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 No change - Complies with the acceptable
Car parking must be located: solution.
(a) within the building structure; or
(b) behind the building. The proposed works will not alter the location
of any onsite parking, delivery / loading areas
and / or queueing arrangements. Adequate
queueing is already provided on site for access
to both car parking and fuelling locations.

Car parking spaces will most likely be used by


employees who are aware of the movements
in, out and around the subject site addressing
any concerns regarding vehicles reversing onto
Tompsons Lane and / or George Town Road.
20.4.3 – Active ground floors
Objective
To ensure that building facades promote and maintain high levels of pedestrian interaction and
amenity.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Not applicable – no new building proposed

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New buildings with non-residential uses on ground
floors must:
(a) have clear glazing, display windows or glass
doorways for a minimum of 80% of all
ground floor facades to, roads, malls,
laneways or arcades;
(b) not have security grilles or screens that
obscure the ground floor facades to roads,
malls, laneways or arcades;
(c) not have mechanical plant or equipment,
such as air conditioning units or heat pumps
located on the facade; and
(d) not have blank walls, signage panels or
blocked out windows, wider than 2m on
ground floor facades to roads, malls,
laneways or arcades.
A2 Complies with the acceptable solution.
Alterations to ground floor facades of non-
residential buildings must not: The proposed variations and upgrades to the
(a) reduce the level of glazing on a facade to a console building / convenience shop do not
road, mall, laneway or arcade that is involve a reduction in the extent of street
present prior to alterations; facing glazing. The addition of an internally
(b) have security grilles or screens that obscure illuminated ‘helios’ BP business identification
the ground floor facade; sign on the east elevation replaces three A2
(c) introduce new or additional mechanical sized poster frames to the south of the main
plant or equipment such as air-conditioning access point. This design is consistent with
units or heat pumps located on the façade; business identification on site and as displayed
and on other businesses within the Local Business
(d) increase blank walls, signage panels or zone along George Town Road.
blocked out windows, wider than 2m on
ground floor facades to roads, malls,
laneways or arcades.
A3 No change - Complies with the acceptable
The building must: solution.
(a) provide a direct access for pedestrians from
the road or publicly accessible areas; and
The existing entry and exit point of the control
(b) be orientated to face a road, mall, laneway
building / convenience shop is to be retained as
or arcade, except where the development is
part of proposed upgrade works to the service
not visible from these locations. station; the point of access faces George Town
Road, and is directly accessible via the service
station undercover forecourt.
A4 Not applicable.
The total width of the door or doors on a garage Installation of a garage door does not form any
facing a frontage must be no wider than 6m. part of the works proposed.

Note: 20.4.4, 20.4.5, 20.4.6, 20.4.7, 20.4.8, 20.4.9, 20.4.10, 20.4.11, 20.4.12 and 20.4.13 are not applicable
as these development standards relate to either subdivision or newly constructed residential developments.

6. Overlays
The subject BP service station site is not encumbered by overlays.

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7. Codes
The following codes within the Planning Scheme are considered applicable to this application. Each of the
applicable codes are addressed in greater detail below.

Code Comment
Bushfire-Prone Areas Code Not applicable
Potentially Contaminated Land Code Applicable – see below.
Landslide Code Not applicable
Road and Railway Assets Code Not applicable – there is no intensification of any
access and no new access proposed
Flood Prone Areas Code Not applicable
Parking and Sustainable Transport Code Applicable – see below.
Scenic Management Code Not applicable
Biodiversity Code Not applicable
Water Quality Code Not applicable
Open Space Code Not applicable
Environmental Impacts and Attenuation Code Not applicable
Airports Impact Management Code Not applicable
Local Historic Cultural Heritage Code Not applicable
Coastal Code Not applicable
Telecommunications Code Not applicable
Invermay/Inveresk Flood Inundation Area Code Not applicable
Cataract Gorge Management Area Code Not applicable
Signs Code Applicable – see below.
Development Plan Code Not applicable

E2.0 – Potentially Contaminated Land Code


This code applies to proposals for sensitive use on potentially contaminated land, and to development on
potentially contaminated land. The use in this case is established (no sensitive use involved) and only the
development standards require consideration.

The works to the underground storage tanks are being undertaken specifically to reduce the level of ongoing
risk associated with the storage of fuels on site. During the works, however, there is the potential for impacts
associated with the disturbance of contaminated soils (hydrocarbons specifically). These can be managed
during construction works through the implementation of a Construction Environmental Management Plan
(CEMP) which looks specifically at issues related to dust management, erosion and sediment control, site
safety and personal protective equipment for workers (Appendix D). This is in addition to the requirements
of any assessment undertaken prior to and during decommissioning of the underground tanks. The relevant
development standards and the requirement for an Environmental Site Assessment, which would inform a
CEMP, are outlined below.

The following development standards are applicable to the proposal.

Development standards
E2.6.1 Subdivision – not applicable

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E2.6.2 Excavation
Objective
To ensure that works involving excavation of potentially contaminated land does not adversely
impact on human health or the environment.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Satisfies performance criteria.
No acceptable solution.
The Environmental Site Assessment at
Relies on performance criteria. Appendix C concluded that the level of
P1 contamination does not present a risk to
Excavation does not adversely impact on health and human health or the environment. A CEMP has
the environment, having regard to: been prepared and is attached at Appendix D.
(a) an environmental site assessment that This outlines measures for management of the
demonstrates there is no evidence the land is site during construction works.
contaminated; or
(b) an environmental site assessment that
demonstrates that the level of contamination
does not present a risk to human health or the
environment; or
(c) a plan to manage contamination and
associated risk to human health and the
environment that includes:
(i) an environmental site assessment;
(ii) any specific remediation and protection
measures required to be implemented before
excavation commences; and
(iii) a statement that the excavation does not
adversely impact on human health or the
environment.

E6.0 – Parking and Sustainable Transport Code


The use is existing and no additional bowser points or additional floor area are proposed. Notwithstanding
this, the code is assessed to demonstrate compliance in light of the proposed works.

Use standards
E6.5.1 – Car parking numbers
Objective
To ensure that an appropriate level of car parking is provided to meet the needs of the use.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Complies with the acceptable solution.
The number of car parking spaces must:
(a) not be less than 90% of the requirements of The control building / convenience shop covers
Table E6.1 (except for dwellings in the an area of approximately 150.4m2. Table E6.1
General Residential Zone); or requires the provision of 4 spaces per service
(b) not be less than 100% of the requirements bay. No service bays are proposed or existing.
of Table E6.1 for dwellings in the General Informal parking arrangements on site are to
Residential Zone; or be formalised with the provision of three
(c) not exceed the requirements of Table E6.1 parking spaces of the Tompsons Lane frontage,
by more than 2 spaces or 5% whichever is one of which is the air and water bay.

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the greater, except for dwellings in the
General Residential Zone; or As the canopy and fuel dispensers are setback
(d) be in accordance with an acceptable from the site boundary, there is sufficient for
solution contained within a parking precinct the queuing of two cars per fuel dispenser.
plan. There is no café, restaurant or service centre
operating on site.

The proposal is considered to be in compliance


with the purpose of the code.
A2 Complies with the acceptable solution.
The number of accessible car parking spaces for use
by persons with a disability for uses that require 6 As the service station is a Class 6 building per
or more parking spaces must be in accordance with the NCC, defined as a building ‘intended for the
Part D3 of the National Construction Code 2014, as servicing of cars and the sale of fuel or other
amended from time to time. goods’ the provision of 1 accessible car parking
space is to be provided for the proposal to
comply fully with the objectives of the code.
This will be the space closest the shop entry.
E6.5.2 – Bicycle parking numbers
Objective
To ensure that an appropriate level of bicycle parking spaces are provided to meet the needs of the
use.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Complies with the acceptable solution.
The number of bicycle parking spaces must be
provided on either the site or within 50m of the site Table E6.1 requires the provision of 1 bicycle
in accordance with the requirements of Table E6.1. space per 5 employees. One space will be
required to meet the needs of the site as fewer
than 5 employees will be on site at any given
time.
E6.5.3 – Taxi spaces
Objective
To ensure that access for taxis is provided to meet the needs of the use.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Not applicable.
Except for dwellings in the General Residential zone,
uses that require greater than 50 car spaces by Standard E6.5.3 does not apply to the specified
Table E6.1 must provide one parking space for a taxi use class per this proposal.
on site, with one additional taxi parking space
provided for each additional 50 car parking spaces
required.
E6.5.4 – Motorcycle parking
Objective
To ensure that motorcycle parking is provided to meet the needs of the use.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Not applicable.
Except for dwellings in the General Residential zone,
uses that require greater than 20 car parking spaces Standard E6.5.4 does not apply to the specified
by Table E6.1 must provide one motorcycle parking use class per this proposal.
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parking space on site for each additional 20 car
parking spaces required.
E6.5.5 – Loading bays
Objective
To ensure adequate access for goods delivery and collection, and to prevent loss of amenity and
adverse impacts on traffic flows.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Not applicable.
A loading bay must be provided for uses with a gross
floor area greater than 1000m² in a single Standard E6.5.5 does not apply to the specified
occupancy. use class per this proposal.

Development standards
E6.6.1 – Construction of parking areas
Objective
To ensure that parking areas are constructed to an appropriate standard.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Complies with the acceptable solution.
All parking, access ways, manoeuvring and
circulation spaces must: Proposed parking and driveway areas will have
(a) have a gradient of 10% or less; a gradient of less than 10% and will be formed
(b) be formed and paved; and constructed with an asphalt or concrete
(c) be drained to the public stormwater surface. All spaces will be line marked.
system, or contain stormwater on the site;
(d) except for a single dwelling, and all uses in A stormwater assessment has been prepared
the Rural Resource, Environmental and is attached at Appendix E. This
Management and Open Space zones, be demonstrates that stormwater will be
provided with an impervious all-weather managed on site and separated from any fuel
seal; and dispensers. All stormwater will go to the public
(e) except for a single dwelling, be line marked system.
or provided with other clear physical means
to delineate parking spaces.
E6.6.2 – Design and layout of parking areas
Objective
To ensure that parking areas are designed and laid out to provide convenient, safe and efficient
parking.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1.1 Complies with the acceptable solution.
Car parking, access ways, manoeuvring and
circulation spaces must: The layout of parking, driveway, manoeuvrings
(a) provide for vehicles to enter and exit the and the circulation areas will allow for vehicles
site in a forward direction where providing to enter either from George Town Road and /
for more than 4 parking spaces; or Tompsons Lane and exit the site in a safe,
(b) have a width of vehicular access no less forward direction. Parking spaces, points of
than the requirements in Table E6.2, and no ingress and egress and areas for vehicular
more than 10% greater than the manoeuvres will comply with requirements
requirements in Table E6.2; prescribed per Table E6.3.
(c) have parking space dimensions in
accordance with the requirements in Table The sole accessible parking space will be
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(d) have a combined access and manoeuvring convenience shop with its design and layout
width adjacent to parking spaces not less complying fully with AS/NZS 2890.6-2009.
than the requirements in Table E6.3 where
there are 3 or more car parking spaces; and
(e) have a vertical clearance of not less than 2.1
metres above the parking surface level.

A1.2
All accessible spaces for use by persons with a
disability must be located closest to the main entry
point to the building.

A1.3
Accessible spaces for people with disability must be
designated and signed as accessible spaces where
there are 6 spaces or more.

A1.4
Accessible car parking spaces for use by persons
with disabilities must be designed and constructed
in accordance with AS/NZ2890.6 – 2009 Parking
facilities - Off-street parking for people with
disabilities.
E6.6.3 – Pedestrian access
Objective
To ensure pedestrian access is provided in a safe and convenient manner.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1.1 Complies with the acceptable solution.
Uses that require 10 or more parking spaces must:
(a) have a 1m wide footpath that is separated A1.1 Not applicable
from the access ways or parking aisles,
except where crossing access ways or A1.2
parking aisles, by: The concrete forecourt provides for safe access
(i) a horizontal distance of 2.5m to the main access point of the convenience
between the edge of the footpath shop from the accessible car space. The
and the access way or parking aisle; gradient of the site does not exceed 1:14 (it has
or a variable grade across the site of between 2.6
(ii) protective devices such as bollards, – 4%), and as part of proposed works, the
guard rails or planters between the concrete kerb and ramp at the edge of the
footpath and the access way or control building will be re-formed.
parking aisle; and
(b) be signed and line marked at points where
pedestrians cross access ways or parking
aisles; and

A1.2
In parking areas containing accessible car parking
spaces for use by persons with a disability, a
footpath having a minimum width of 1.5m and a
gradient not exceeding 1 in 14 is required from
those spaces to the main entry point to the building.

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E6.6.4 – Loading bays
Objective
To ensure adequate access for goods delivery and collection and to prevent loss of amenity and
adverse impacts on traffic flows.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Complies with the acceptable solution.
The area and dimensions of loading bays and access Loading bays are not required to be provided
way areas must be designed in accordance with for the proposed works. Fuel tankers park on
AS2890.2 – 2002, Parking Facilities, Part 2: Parking the concrete apron during refuelling and the
facilities - Off-street commercial vehicle facilities, area of this is sufficient to accommodate these
for the type of vehicles likely to use the site. vehicles.
A2 Complies with the acceptable solution.
It must be demonstrated that the type of vehicles The attached plans include a swept path
likely to use the site can enter, park and exit the site diagram demonstrating the fuel tankers can
in a forward direction, without impact or conflicting access and leave the site in a forward direction.
with areas set aside for parking or landscaping, in All other vehicles using the site will similarly be
accordance with AS2890.2 – 2002, Parking Facilities, able to access the site.
Part 2: Parking facilities - Off-street commercial
vehicle facilities.
E6.6.5 – Bicycle facilities
Objective
To ensure that cyclists are provided with adequate facilities.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Not applicable.
Uses that require 5 or more bicycle spaces by Table
E6.1 must provide 1 shower and change room Only one space is required to be provided.
facility on site, with one additional shower and
change room on site for each 10 additional bicycles
spaces required.
E6.6.6 – Bicycle parking and storage facilities
Objective
To ensure that parking and storage facilities for bicycles are safe, secure and convenient.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Not applicable.
Bicycle parking and storage facilities for uses that
require 5 or more bicycle spaces by Table E6.1 must: Only one space is required to be provided.
(a) be accessible from a road, cycle path,
bicycle lane, shared path or access way;
(b) be located within 50m from the main
entrance;
(c) be visible from the main entrance or
otherwise signed; and
(d) be available and adequately lit during the
times they will be used, in accordance with
Table 2.3 of AS/NZS 1158.3.1: 2005 Lighting
for roads and public spaces - Pedestrian
area (Category P) lighting - Performance
and design requirements.
A2 Complies with the acceptable solution.
Bicycle parking spaces must:
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(i) 1.7m in length; and Bicycle parking will be accessible and located
(ii) 1.2m in height; and within 50m of the main and staff entrance to
(iii) 0.7m in width at the handlebars; the control building, include secure and
(b) have unobstructed access with a width of at lockable hook/mount, signed, adequately lit,
least 2m and a gradient of no more 5% from and constructed in accordance with the
a road, cycle path, bicycle lane, shared path applicable Australian Standard.
or access way; and
(c) include a rail or hoop to lock a bicycle to
that meets AS 2890.3 1993 Parking facilities
- Bicycle parking facilities.

E18.0 – Signs Code


Signage changes proposed under the proposal include:
• Replacement of 6.83 m sign on George Town Rd with a 7 m high pylon sign
• The installation of directional signage at the inside edge of each crossover – one on both George Town
Road entrances and one on the Tompsons Lane frontage
• Installation of a new illuminated BP beacon symbol wall sign on the southern portion of the shop façade
• Installation of an illuminated LED strip through the centre of the canopy sign (printed bullnose decal)
• Replacement of the current BP ‘Helios button’ symbols on the canopy sign with new versions
• Removal of the 2GO sign above the shop entry
• Replacement of the flat green transom sign with a 500 mm deep 750 mm high corporate colour sign with
white lettering (illuminated) – a section of matt black louvres is proposed to be hung below this above
the window.

There are no use standards. The following development standards are relevant.

Development standards
E18.5.2 – Design and siting of signage
Objective
To:
(a) provide for appropriate signage and to ensure the visual scale and impact of signage is
managed; and
(b) ensure that the design and siting of signs achieves the purpose of this code.
Acceptable Solution Comment
A1 Relies on performance criteria.
A sign must:
(a) be located within the applicable zone for The signs proposed are all acceptable signs in
the relevant sign type set out in Table 1 of the Local Business zone.
E18.6; and
(b) meet the requirements for the relevant sign The signage above the windows is replacing
type set out in Table 1 of E.18.6. existing signage. The only difference being that
flat fascia panels are being replaced with ‘3-
Compliance with Table 1 of E.18.6 is demonstrated dimensional’ signs 500 mm in thickness. The
in the table below. Matters relying on assessment shop building is set well back on the site and
against performance criteria are: the increased thickness of the sign will not
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The above window transom sign: alter the appearance of the building. The
(a) Extends more than 200mm beyond building height of the sign, at 750 mm plus the matt
alignment; black louvres below, matches the existing
(c) Maximum vertical dimension of 500mm; signage on the building and is considered
appropriate in this case. Limiting the sign to
The pylon sign : 500 mm would require the introduction of
2
(c) The sign will have an area of 13.6 m on each face another visual element to fill the gap which
(d) The sign will be 7 m high would be undesirable.
(e) The base of the sign is 200 mm above the ground
The proposed free standing MID signage along
The relevant performance criteria are: George Town Road – an internally illuminated
P1 pylon sign, is considered to be an appropriate
A sign must: replacement of an existing business
(a) be located within an applicable zone for the identification sign. The sign is currently
relevant sign type as set out in Table 1 of E18.6; and illuminated and presents information relating
(b) be appropriate to the natural and built to the services provided on site – this will not
environment of the locality, having regard to: change. At 7m the sign is only marginally taller
(i) domination of the streetscape or premises on than the existing sign. The increased height will
which it is located; be barely perceptible to passing motorists but
(ii) the size and dimensions of the sign; will allow for the clearer presentation of
(iii) the amenity to surrounding properties; information. There will be no impact on the
(iv) the repetition of messages or information; amenity of nearby residents as a consequence
(v) the number and density of signs; and of the replacement of the sign with the
(vi) the obstruction of movement of vehicles and proposed one. This new sign will not increase
pedestrians. the density of signs along George Town Rd and
will not obstruct vehicles or pedestrians.

Taking into context the site and the


coordinated appearance of the signage (yellow
and green, with white accents), the upgrade
merely involves the ‘swap’ of signage The
design and style of all replacement signage
reflecting the rejuvenation of the BP imagery,
livery and brand is a core part of a works
program refreshing BP sites across Tasmania. It
is considered that the signage relying on
performance criteria satisfy the objective of
the relevant standard.

Compliance with the standards in Table 1 of E.18.6


Standard Current Proposed Comment
Transom sign
(a) Extends no more (a) Currently it is flush (a) Will extend (a) Relies on
than 200mm with the building 500 mm from the assessment against
beyond building (b) Base of sign is flush face of the building performance
alignment; with top of window but is well within criteria
(b) Does not extend (c) Maximum vertical the building (b) Complies with
beyond or below dimension of setback acceptable solution
the level of the 750 mm (b) A section of black (c) Relies on
head of the (d) Base of colour band louvres are assessment against
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above which it is maximum height the window and performance
attached; approximately the sign but sign criteria
(c) Maximum vertical 3.3 m does not extend (a) Complies with
dimension of into the window acceptable solution
500mm; area
(d) Not be higher than (c) Maximum vertical
3.6 m above the dimension of
ground. 750 mm plus black
louvred treatment
(d) No change to
finished maximum
height
Pylon sign (a) The sign is currently (a) The location of the
(a) Must have no part within the lot sign will not (a) Meets acceptable
project beyond a boundary change solution
boundary of the (b) The sign has two (b) The new sign will (b) Meets acceptable
site; faces have two faces solution
(b) Must have no more (c) The sign currently (c) The sign will have (c) Relies on
than two faces; has an area of an area of 13.6 m2 performance
(c) Must have a approximately on each face criteria
maximum area of 10 m2 on each face (d) The sign will be (d) Relies on
5m² for each face; (d) The sign is 6 m high 6.83 m high performance
(d) Must be no higher (e) The sign has a (e) The base of the criteria
than 4m above the clearance above the sign is 200 mm (e) Relies on
ground; and ground of above the ground performance
(e) Must have a approximately 1 m criteria
minimum clearance
above ground level
of 2.7m.
Wall sign
(a) Must not extend (a) Currently there is no (a) Is located in the Complies with
beyond the wall or sign centre of the wall acceptable solution
above the top of the (b) Not applicable and does not
wall to which it is (c) Not applicable extend beyond it
attached; (b) The area is
(b) Must have a approximately 2.2
maximum area of m2
4.5m²; and (c) Does not occupy
(c) Must not occupy more than 25 % of
more than 25% of the wall area
the wall area.
Canopy Sign
(d) Must have a (a) Bottom of canopy No change Complies with
minimum clearance 4 m above finished acceptable solution
above ground level ground level
of 2.4m; and (b) Setback
(e) Must not project approximately
beyond a point 3.4 m from the
within 450mm of frontage of the site
the vertical
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kerb line of any
road.

Development standards
E18.5.2 – Design and siting of signage
Acceptable solution Comment
A2 Complies with the acceptable solution.
A sign must be a minimum distance of 2m from the
boundary of any lot in the General Residential, Inner All signs are more than 2 m from the General
Residential, Low Density Residential, Rural Living, Residential boundary to the south west of the
Environmental Living or Village zones. site. The layout and design of all signage as
proposed, is a considered response to the
context, location and role of the BP Newnham
site. The proposed will in no way have an
unreasonable impact on residential amenity.
A3 Relies on performance criteria.
A building or tenancy must have:
(a) a maximum of one of each sign type per The main MID BP sign will be located at the
building or tenancy, unless otherwise location of the existing one, approximately
stated in Table 1 of E18.6; and 22m from the fascia signage to be displayed
(b) no more than 3 individual signs in total. along the east elevation of the convenience
More than three individual signs in total are shop. The MID sign will be viewed from north
proposed and the application relies on the and south along George Town Road and
performance criteria: signage to be replaced along the fascia of the
P3 convenience shop is east facing, therefore
Visual clutter must be reduced where multiple signs repetition and excess visual clutter is managed.
of the same type are proposed, having regard to: All signage, with the exception of the MID sign
(a) the number of signs; on George Town Road is limited in to content
(b) replacement of existing signs with fewer, to the BP ‘Bright Green Beacon’ and green BP
more effective signs; and colours. Canopy signage, including
(c) duplication of messages or information on replacement beacon symbols and the green
the same frontage. band, is set back from George Town Rd 3.5 m
but has the limited visibility due to commercial
buildings located on the street frontage south
of the site.

Collectively, the proposed signage has a


coordinated appearance that is in-keeping with
the scale of the canopy structure and clearly
identifies the business and its core functions
without dominating the site or George Town
Road.
A4 Satisfies performance criteria.
A sign must not be illuminated.
The Helios symbol to be installed on the front
Much of the existing signage on site is currently southern façade of the shop building is a new
illuminated. However, additional illuminated illuminated sign. The boundary fence on this
signage is proposed, namely the wall ‘Helios’ part of the site is higher than the eave level of
symbol, the store name above the door and the LED the house on the adjoining lot (refer to
strip in the canopy sign and relies upon Figure 5). There is little potential for light from
performance criteria: the sign to impact on the neighbouring

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P4 property as the direct line of sight is


A sign must not result in unreasonable loss of interrupted by the fence. This sign is facing the
amenity to neighbouring properties or cause undue street and will not direct light toward the
distraction to drivers of motor vehicles, having adjacent dwelling.
regard to:
(a) the location of the sign; There is currently an illuminated BP symbol on
(b) the intensity of the lighting; the southern facing canopy fascia. This is to be
(c) the hours of operation of the sign; replaced and supplemented by an LED strip
(d) whether the sign is visible from the road; light extending around the centre of the
and canopy. This is located approximately 14.5 m
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The introduction of the LED strip along the
front of the canopy and illuminated lettering
above the door will not impact on the amenity
enjoyed by the residence opposite the site due
to the distance between the two and the
extent of illumination currently experienced.

The MID sign is currently illuminated and the


extent of the face of the sign that is illuminated
will not vary significantly. The sign will be
located on the corner of Tompsons Lane and
George Town Rd in its current location and is
angled to face oncoming traffic. No light is
directed into any residential properties with
those nearest the sign (30 m to the east and
35 m to the north west) being perpendicular or
similarly angled away from the sign. The sign is
illuminated when the service station is open
overnight, this is consistent with current hours
of operation. The sign is visible from the road
as its purpose is to advise passing traffic of the
nature of the business on site and the price of
fuel. The surrounding area is a mix of
residential and some commercial
/neighbourhood scale facilities. It is not
considered that the replacement of the sign
with a similar one will have any impact on the
amenity of the neighbourhood or be a
distraction to drivers.

8. State Policies
The following State Policies are currently in force:
• State Policy on Water Quality and Management 1997
The objectives of the policy will be achieved through the management of erosion and sediment control during
construction and the appropriate management of stormwater from the site.

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• State Policy on the Protection of Agricultural Land 2009


This policy is not applicable to the site.
• State Coastal Policy 1996
This policy is not applicable to the site.

The proposed works are not known to conflict with or contravene any of the above State Policies.

9. Conclusion
In all instances, compliance with either the applicable Acceptable Solutions or Performance Criteria has been
demonstrated, with the proposed alterations to the BP Newnham site not impacting on the amenity of the
Local Business nor the General Residential area in which the site has operated for well over 50 years.

Based on the supporting information within this report, it is submitted there is sufficient justification for
supporting the upgrade works as proposed. The proposal satisfies the intent of the relevant Codes and
provides an important support service to the surrounding residential catchments and to tourists alike. The
proposal demonstrates an acceptable outcome and warrants approval subject to reasonable and relevant
conditions.

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Appendix A

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Contact
Leigh Knight
03 6323 1973
lknight@pittsh.com.au

transport | community | mining | industrial | food & beverage | energy

Brisbane Launceston Newcastle E: info@pittsh.com.au


Level 10 Level 4 Level 1
W: www.pittsh.com.au
241 Adelaide Street 113 Cimitiere Street 81 Hunter Street
PO Box 5243 PO Box 1409 Newcastle NSW 2300 incorporated as
Brisbane City QLD 4000 Launceston TAS 7250 T: (02) 4910 3600 Pitt & Sherry (Operations) Pty Ltd
T: (07) 3058 7499 T: (03) 6323 1900 ABN 67 140 184 309
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Launceston TAS 7250 Launceston
Newcastle
Devonport
Attention: Brian White Wagga Wagga

Re: DA0028/2019 117 George Town Rd, Newnham

I refer to your letter seeking additional information in respect of the above application. I also refer to
the Request for Additional Information from TasWater. This letter addresses the matters raised in
both requests.

Hours of operation Clause 20.3.1

A1

Garbage trucks are considered to be commercial vehicles. Garbage collection is currently carried out throughout
the day and this will not alter as a consequence of the proposal. The planning report has been amended to reflect
this.

P2

The nature of operations on site will not change under the proposed development. The application relates to the
upgrade of underground fuel storage and bowsers, and replacement signage, as detailed in the planning report.
There will be no additional noise or traffic generated as a consequence of the upgrades and no resultant decrease
in the level of amenity currently enjoyed by nearby residents. The timing of garbage collection and fuel delivery are
set by external suppliers and are not proposed to alter. The intermittent day time movement of a garbage collection
truck or fuel truck between the control building and the southern boundary is not considered likely to result in a loss
of amenity at the residence to the south. The fuel fill points are located on the north east corner of the site, adjacent
the intersection of Tompsons Lane and George Town Rd and will not impact on any residents. The planning report
has been amended to reflect this.

Light spill and illumination Clause 20.3.3

(a) Details of the Luminance of the proposed signage which satisfy the relevant Australian Standards (including
Australian Standard AS4282-1997 “The Control of the Obtrusive Effects of Outdoor Lighting”).

This standard contains limits on the maximum luminance to be experienced at the nearest residences. For the
purpose of determining applicable standards the site, and adjoining areas, fall within Zone A4 – High district
brightness. This includes town and city centres and other commercial areas and residential areas abutting
commercial areas. Signs fall within the Lit surfaces provisions of the standard which includes light emitting signs.
The levels permitted relate to the orientation of the sign, the siting of the building impacted and the hours of
operation. As the signs will be illuminated over night it is expected the ‘curfew’ provisions of the sign will be
imposed. If the signs are replaced as proposed, they will comply with the relevant provisions of the standard. At

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this stage, no detailed specification has been prepared as plans are only for the DA, however, it is expected a
condition will be imposed requiring compliance with the standard.

(b) Clarification whether any new floodlighting or external lighting is proposed (including for the canopies).

Details of changes to the signage, including illuminated elements, is provided in Section 7 of the planning report,
under E18.0 – Signs Code. No new flood lighting is proposed as part of this application. Canopy lighting exists and
will be replaced as part of the new awnings. This will comply with relevant standards for illumination and safety.
There is currently an outdoor light on the southern corner of the control building. This will be retained. As outlined
in the report, the following lighting is proposed on the canopy as part of signage and corporate branding:

• Installation of an illuminated LED strip through the centre of the canopy sign (printed bullnose decal)
• Replacement of the current BP ‘Helios button’ symbols on the canopy sign with new versions
The only new element is the LED strip on the canopy. This has been addressed in the amended report.

Design and siting of signage Clause E18.5.2

P4

Details of the Luminance of the proposed signage which satisfy the relevant Australian Standards (including
Australian Standard AS4282-1997 “The Control of the Obtrusive Effects of Outdoor Lighting”) – see above.

Acceptable Solution A4 requires that “A sign not be illuminated”. The MID sign proposed is to replace an existing
illuminated sign which is slightly smaller. The sign is in the same location and the design is essentially the same
and if not for the relatively minor increase in height and panel area could be replaced without approval. Reliance of
the proposed sign on Performance Criteria for those variations is addressed in the planning report. The illumination
of the sign was not addressed as this aspect of the sign is not changing. The current sign has a top white
illuminated panel with the BP symbol, illuminated red Velocity panel and two illuminated price sign panels, with an
additional panel in between. The new sign will have four illuminated panels, including the top white BP symbol
panel, the Velocity panel and two price panels. Notwithstanding the consistency between the signs, the
Performance Criteria have been addressed in respect of the sign. This is included in the amended report.

TasWater RAI

The TasWater mapping has been reviewed and the site has been inspected for obvious water and sewer
infrastructure features. There are two inspection lids for internal lines to the rear of the control building however no
changes are proposed in this area. The extract from the mapping on listmap below shows there are no separate
stormwater systems in this area, with a 100 mm sewer lateral on site connecting to a gravity reticulation main
located just outside the south west corner of the site. A 150 mm water main is located in George Town Road along
the frontage of the site but is outside the area of any proposed works. A water distribution line services the property
from this main and is the only connection to the site. No public infrastructure is located on site.

The works proposed involve the removal of the pavement areas and decommissioning of underground tanks. The
final configuration of the site will be determined when new tank and supporting infrastructure installations are
determined. There are no services currently located on site and new connections, if required, will be determined as
part of the detailed design phase. There will be the installation of on-site stormwater treatment systems however
the proposed connection of this to TasWater systems cannot be determined at the DA stage.

With regards the drainage and treatment of stormwater from the site, there is a replacement grated drain shown on
the site plan, at the end of the bowser apron. This will drain to an oil/water separator to be placed in a suitable
location determined on site. This will treat all run-off including any fuel/oil residues on the pavement.

The oil/water separator chosen is one appropriate to treat flows in the bowser area. A SPEL Puraceptor P.002, or a
comparable proprietary system, is considered an appropriate proprietary treatment device to ensure the treatment
of stormwater flows originating in the bowser area below the canopy. It has an automatic closure device which

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helps prevent spillage of light liquids such as oils. The device is designed specifically for areas such as re-fuelling
sites.

The device has been sized based on an assumed portion of rainfall landing below the canopy. Stormwater is
intercepted by the grated strip drains and conveyed to the system for treatment. The attached pdf document details
the Puraceptor design and provides the following indictive average annual pollutant reduction percentages:

• 97% total suspended solids (TSS)


• 100% > 5mm gross pollutant solids (GP)
• 99.9% light liquids (TPH) (certified discharge quality of 5ppm or less, European standard BSEN 858-1:2002
• >30% particulate specialisation of phosphorus and nitrogen.
The system ultimately chosen will meet these targets. The system will be subject to a maintenance regime similar
to the following:

• Maintenance every 12 months of after large spills.


• Only oils, sediment and gross pollutants need be removed clean water does not require removal from the
tank.
• Vacuum suction truck is recommended for removing pollutants.

I trust this addresses the issues raised. If you have any further enquiries please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Yours sincerely

Leigh Knight

Principal Planner

Enc. Amended planning report

Proprietary Stormwater CPS details

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Extract from thelist showing surrounding services

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ENTRY/EXIT SITE BOUNDARY - 37.46m ENTRY/EXIT EXISTING MID SIGN TO BE REMOVED.


CROSSOVER BITUMEN FOOTPATH CROSSOVER ASSES SUITABILITY OF EXISTING FOOTING
BACK OF KERB TO SUPPORT NEW 7m MID SIGN 'S2'.
REFER TO DRAWING HB18253-P32
'S1' NEW ENTRY SIGN NEW HI FLOW BUS STOP REMOVE AND REINSTATE BASE OF NEW EXCAVATION
REFER TO DRAWING DIESEL DISPENSER SIGN GRATED DRAIN 'S1' NEW ENTRY SIGN
HB18253-P32 TO OUTSIDE LANE REFER TO DRAWING HB18253-P32
2 NEW 90kL UNDERGROUND
OF CANOPY
FUEL STORAGE TANKS

GEORGE TOWN ROAD

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NA TBM
RS F/PATH
RL 81.60
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No. DESCRIPTION DRAWN DESIGNED REVIEWED DATE APPROVED
(PLOTTED FULL SIZE) AS SHOWN (A3)
A3 BP AUSTRALIA PAVEMENT PLAN
ORIGINAL COPY ON FILE PROJECT
"e" SIGNED BY 2.5 0 2.5 5 7.5 10 HOBART OFFICE Ph. (03) 6210 1400
UTMP DEVELOPEMENT APPLICATION
199 Macquarie Street Fax. (03) 6223 1299
SCALE IN METRES - 1:250 Hobart www.pittsh.com.au DATUMS: CLIENT No.
Tasmania 7000 ABN 67 140 184 309 BP NEWHNAM AHD / MGA -
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LEGEND:

BP WHITE - RAL 9003

BP RETAIL GREEN - PANTONE 348 C

EXISTING PROTRUDING 2GO BP GREEN - PANTONE 355 C


SIGNAGE TO BE REMOVED
BP LIGHT GREEN - PANTONE 368 C

BP BRIGHT GREEN - PANTONE 382 C

BP YELLOW - PANTONE 109 C

NOTES:
1. ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETRES U.N.O.
2. BRANDING DETAIL SHOWN IS INDICATIVE ONLY.
FORECOURT LEVEL REFER BGB STANDARD DRAWINGS FOR FULL
BRANDING REQUIREMENTS & COLORS.
3. ALL DIMENSIONS SHALL BE SITE CHECKED PRIOR
TO FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION.
EXISTING WINDOWS EXISTING STORE SLIDING
DOORS TO BE REMOVED

EAST ELEVATION A EXISTING


SCALE 1:100 P02

2990 500 DEEP x 750 WIDE PORTAL 'BPSN' MATT BLACK LOUVRE
CLAD IN ALUCOBOND IN 20mm WHITE ILLUMINATED
'BP RETAIL GREEN' LETTERING TEXT 750

750
EXISTING WALL TO BE
PAINTED 'BP WHITE'
1675 DIAM.
2300

FORECOURT LEVEL

'BPSD' 'GLSTR' EXISTING WALL


BP SERVICES DECAL 75mm DEEP GLAZING SAFETY TO BE PAINTED
'HELIOS-L'
MARKING STRIP 900mm ABOVE FFL 'BP WHITE'
(ILLUMINATED BP
HELIOS)
EAST ELEVATION A PROPOSED
SCALE 1:100 P02

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A3 BP AUSTRALIA BP NEWNHAM
ORIGINAL COPY ON FILE PROJECT
"e" SIGNED BY 1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 HOBART OFFICE
199 Macquarie Street
Ph. (03) 6210 1400
Fax. (03) 6223 1299
UTMP DEVELOPEMENT APPLICATION EXISTING & PROPOSED STORE ELEVATIONS
SCALE IN MILLIMETRES - 1:100 Hobart www.pittsh.com.au DATUMS: CLIENT No.
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LEGEND:

BP WHITE - RAL 9003


13792

BP RETAIL GREEN - PANTONE 348 C


560mm PRINTED BULLNOSE CANOPY FASCIA 914mm BP HELIOS CANOPY SIGN,
DECAL WITH 38 x 25mm LED 'BP WHITE' FULLY ILLUMINATED BP GREEN - PANTONE 355 C
TUBE 'BP LIGHT GREEN'
BP LIGHT GREEN - PANTONE 368 C

850
ROAD BP BRIGHT GREEN - PANTONE 382 C
REFUELLING EQUAL EQUAL HEIGHT CLEARANCE SIGN TO
POSITION CANOPY SOFFIT. BP YELLOW - PANTONE 109 C
NUMBER LOCATE IN FRONT OF COLUMN
TYP. CLOSEST TO ROAD OR SHOP)
STRUCTURAL CANOPY

4000
MIN.
BUILDING
COLUMN. TYP.
38 x 25mm LED TUBE 'BP LIGHT NOTES:
FUEL BOLLARD GREEN' TO APPROACH
DISPENSER TYP. FACE OF EACH FRONT COLUMN 1. ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETRES U.N.O.
TYP. 2. BRANDING DETAIL SHOWN IS INDICATIVE ONLY.
REFER BGB STANDARD DRAWINGS FOR FULL

TYP.
1200
BRANDING REQUIREMENTS & COLORS.
FORECOURT LEVEL 3. ALL DIMENSIONS SHALL BE SITE CHECKED PRIOR
TO FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION.
NOTE:
PRODUCT LOCATOR SIGN
OMITTED FOR CLARITY
(TYPICAL)

SOUTH ELEVATION C PROPOSED CANOPY


SCALE 1:100 P22

8120

560mm PRINTED BULLNOSE 914mm BP HELIOS CANOPY SIGN,


DECAL WITH 38 x 25mm LED FULLY ILLUMINATED
TUBE 'BP LIGHT GREEN'

850
STANDARD SPREADER
TYP.

4000
MIN.
TRAFFIC FUEL DISPENSER
FLOW TYP.

FORECOURT LEVEL

DUAL HI FLOW
DIESEL DISPENSER

EAST ELEVATION D PROPOSED CANOPY


SCALE 1:100 P22

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A3 BP AUSTRALIA BP NEWNHAM
ORIGINAL COPY ON FILE PROJECT
"e" SIGNED BY 1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 HOBART OFFICE
199 Macquarie Street
Ph. (03) 6210 1400
Fax. (03) 6223 1299
UTMP DEVELOPEMENT APPLICATION PROPOSED CAR CANOPY ELEVATIONS - SHEET 1
SCALE IN MILLIMETRES - 1:100 Hobart www.pittsh.com.au DATUMS: CLIENT No.
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LEGEND:

BP WHITE - RAL 9003

BP RETAIL GREEN - PANTONE 348 C

BP GREEN - PANTONE 355 C

BP LIGHT GREEN - PANTONE 368 C

BP BRIGHT GREEN - PANTONE 382 C

BP YELLOW - PANTONE 109 C

NOTES:

13792 1. ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETRES U.N.O.


2. BRANDING DETAIL SHOWN IS INDICATIVE ONLY.
REFER BGB STANDARD DRAWINGS FOR FULL
BRANDING REQUIREMENTS & COLORS.
914mm BP HELIOS CANOPY SIGN, CANOPY FASCIA 560mm PRINTED BULLNOSE 3. ALL DIMENSIONS SHALL BE SITE CHECKED PRIOR
FULLY ILLUMINATED 'BP WHITE' DECAL WITH 38 x 25mm LED TO FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION.
TUBE 'BP LIGHT GREEN'
850

REFUELLING EQUAL EQUAL HEIGHT CLEARANCE SIGN TO


POSITION CANOPY SOFFIT.
NUMBER LOCATE IN FRONT OF COLUMN
ROAD TYP. CLOSEST TO ROAD OR SHOP)
STRUCTURAL CANOPY
4000

BUILDING
MIN.

COLUMN. TYP. BOLLARD


FUEL
DISPENSER TYP.
TYP.

TYP.
1200
FORECOURT LEVEL

NOTE:
PRODUCT LOCATOR SIGN
OMITTED FOR CLARITY
(TYPICAL)

NORTH ELEVATION E PROPOSED CANOPY


SCALE 1:100 P22

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A3 BP AUSTRALIA BP NEWNHAM
ORIGINAL COPY ON FILE PROJECT
"e" SIGNED BY 1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 HOBART OFFICE
199 Macquarie Street
Ph. (03) 6210 1400
Fax. (03) 6223 1299
UTMP DEVELOPEMENT APPLICATION PROPOSED CAR CANOPY ELEVATIONS - SHEET 2
SCALE IN MILLIMETRES - 1:100 Hobart www.pittsh.com.au DATUMS: CLIENT No.
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LEGEND:

BP WHITE - RAL 9003

2050
BP RETAIL GREEN - PANTONE 348 C

115
170
BP GREEN - PANTONE 355 C

400
BP LIGHT GREEN - PANTONE 368 C

PLAN VIEW

115
BP BRIGHT GREEN - PANTONE 382 C
SCALE 1:50

BP YELLOW - PANTONE 109 C

2050 400

NOTES:
1. ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETRES U.N.O.
2. BRANDING DETAIL SHOWN IS INDICATIVE ONLY.
REFER BGB STANDARD DRAWINGS FOR FULL
BRANDING REQUIREMENTS & COLORS.
3. ALL DIMENSIONS SHALL BE SITE CHECKED PRIOR
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ILLUMINATED WHITE TOP ILLUMINATED WHITE TOP PANEL
PANEL BOTH SIDES BOTH SIDES (INCLUDING BP
(INCLUDING BP HELIOS HELIOS & BP NAME)
& BP NAME)

ILLUMINATED MESSAGE BOARD


(BOTH SIDES, TYP.)

6630
ILLUMINATED LED PRICE

6830
DISPLAY
(BOTH SIDES, TYP.)

25mm DIA. ILLUMINATED LED


TUBE 'BP LIGHT GREEN'
TO EACH EDGE OF MID SIGN

600
1130

ENTRY SIDE FORECOURT SIDE


200

'S1' 'S2' 'S2'


NON-ILLUMINATED 7m MID FRONT ELEVATION 7m MID SIDE ELEVATION
DOUBLE SIDED ENTRY SIGN SCALE 1:50 SCALE 1:50
SCALE 1:50

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A3 BP AUSTRALIA BP NEWNHAM
ORIGINAL COPY ON FILE PROJECT
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199 Macquarie Street
Ph. (03) 6210 1400
Fax. (03) 6223 1299
UTMP DEVELOPEMENT APPLICATION PROPOSED SIGNAGE DETAILS
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Stormwater Management Plan


Newnham BP Redevelopment

transport | community | mining | industrial | food & beverage | energy

Prepared for: BP

Client representative: N/A

Date: 02 November 2018


Rev 00

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Table of Contents
1. Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. 1
2. Stormwater Assessment ........................................................................................................................... 2
3. Existing Site Stormwater Characteristics................................................................................................... 2
4. Proposed Site Characteristics .................................................................................................................... 3
5. Conclusion ................................................................................................................................................. 3

List of figures
Figure 1: Newnham BP Service Station Site ....................................................................................................... 1
Figure 2: Existing Stormwater Features ............................................................................................................. 2

Appendices
Appendix A: Stormwater Catchment Areas

Prepared by: …………………………………………………. Date: 02 November 2018


Hamish Peacock

Reviewed by: …………………………………………………. Date: 02 November 2018


Martin Jacobs

Authorised by: …………………………………………………. Date: 02 November 2018


Nicholas Dwyer

Revision History

Rev
Description Prepared by Reviewed by Authorised by Date
No.
00 Stormwater Management H. Peacock M. Jacobs N. Dwyer 02/11/2018
Plan

© 2018 pitt&sherry
This document is and shall remain the property of pitt&sherry. The document may only be used for the purposes for
which it was commissioned and in accordance with the Terms of Engagement for the commission. Unauthorised use of
this document in any form is prohibited.

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1. Introduction
BP has commissioned pitt&sherry to design upgrade work to its service station at 117 George Town Road,
Newnham, Tasmania. This document will provide a Stormwater Management Plan to address Launceston
City Council’s planning requirements. The site sits in the Local Business zone under the Launceston Interim
Planning Scheme 20151 (Planning Scheme) and is shown in Figure 1 below.

The plan will include a concept for the general management of stormwater on the re-development site and
will describe:
• The stormwater flow paths
• Stormwater infrastructure and treatment device locations
• Existing adjacent council stormwater infrastructure and points of discharge.

The site is shown below in Figure 1 below.

Tompsons Lane

George Town Road

BP Service Station

Figure 1: Newnham BP Service Station Site

1 http://www.iplan.tas.gov.au/pages/plan/book.aspx?exhibit=lips

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2. Stormwater Assessment
The stormwater management plan was developed using information from the following sources:
• Design and survey data and levels.
• Desktop inspection of aerial imagery and google street view.

3. Existing Site Stormwater Characteristics


The existing surface on the site generally slopes at 1-3% to the south-west. Stormwater across the site is
intercepted by:
• Roof drainage via downpipes
• Road drainage via grated stormwater pits, grated strip drains, open drains and kerb and gutter.

From here stormwater from across the site is conveyed via multiple 100mm pipes into a large pit. Surveyors
were unable to remove the lid at the time so the conveyance from the pit to the external Council system is
uncertain. Stormwater across the entire extent of the property is intercepted on site. The vast majority of
the surface is impervious.

Stormwater Discharge
“Main Pit” Council Stormwater
infrastructure shown
in green.

Figure 2: Existing Stormwater Features

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4. Proposed Site Characteristics


The proposed re-development site will utilise the existing stormwater infrastructure and discharge locations.
There will be no change in catchment area surface. Some areas of pavement are proposed to be regraded
and incorporate improved drainage interception features. These features will ensure that runoff in the
bowser catchment area in particular is intercepted and directed to an oil/fuel interception device. Appendix
A shows the concept stormwater catchment areas.

5. Conclusion
BP has commissioned pitt&sherry to design upgrade work to its service station at 117 George Town Road,
Newnham, Tasmania. A stormwater management plan to describe the conveyance of stormwater across the
site has been developed to support the development application.

Minor drainage improvements will be provided to accommodate the regraded pavement to ensure adequate
conveyance and discharge of stromwater from the site is maintained and runoff in the bowser area is directed
to a proprietary treatment device.

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Appendix A

Stormwater Catchment Areas

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0427 670 395
mjacobs@pittsh.com.au

transport | community | mining | industrial | food & beverage | energy

Brisbane Launceston Newcastle E: info@pittsh.com.au


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BP Newnham Service Station


117 George Town Road, Newnham, Tasmania

Construction Environmental Management Plan

Project: Underground Tank Management Plan


Report Version: R01
Report Issued: 6 December 2018
Client: JBS&G Pty Ltd (on behalf of BP Australia Pty Ltd)
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BP Newnham Service Station

117 George Town Road, Newnham Tasmania

Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP)

Client: JBS&G Pty Ltd (on behalf of BP Australia Pty Ltd)

Report To: BP Australia Pty Ltd

Prepared by:

Environmental Management & Consulting Pty Ltd ABN: 42 118 252 216

Office/ Mail: Level 2, 67 Letitia St, North Hobart 7000, Tasmania

Document Simon Chislett


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Contaminated Site Specialist (EIANZ)
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Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................. 6
1.1. OBJECTIVE ........................................................................................................................................ 6
1.2. SCOPE OF UTMP CIVIL WORKS ......................................................................................................... 6
1.3. DETAILS OF UPSS .............................................................................................................................. 7
Table 1.3 Site Petroleum Storage Summary ........................................................................................................ 7
2. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ................................................................................................ 8
Table 2.1 Roles and Responsibilities .................................................................................................................... 8
3. LEGAL AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................... 9
4. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT CONTROLS AND PROCEDURES ............................ 10
4.1. UTMP CIVIL WORKS PROGRAM ...................................................................................................... 10
4.1.1. Underground Service Protection Controls .............................................................................. 11
4.1.2. Vapour Controls ...................................................................................................................... 11
Table 4.1.2 Vapour Action Levels....................................................................................................................... 11
4.1.3. Dust and Odour Controls ........................................................................................................ 12
4.1.4. Sediment Runoff Controls ....................................................................................................... 12
4.1.5. Noise Controls......................................................................................................................... 13
4.1.6. Vibration Controls ................................................................................................................... 13
4.1.7. Solid and Liquid Waste Management..................................................................................... 14
Table 4.1.7 Solid and Liquid Waste Summary Options ...................................................................................... 14
4.1.8. Excavation Dewatering ........................................................................................................... 15
4.1.9. Imported Fill Material ............................................................................................................. 16
4.1.10. Excavation Stability Management .......................................................................................... 16
4.1.11. Traffic Management ............................................................................................................... 16
4.1.12. Plant and Vehicle Decontamination ....................................................................................... 16
4.1.13. Site Amenity............................................................................................................................ 17
4.1.14. Flora and Fauna Management Plan ....................................................................................... 17
4.1.15. Environmental Emergency Response Management plan ....................................................... 18
Table 4.1.15a Local Emergency Services............................................................................................................ 18
Table 4.1.15b. Regulatory Agencies .................................................................................................................. 18

5. STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT PLAN .................................................................................. 19


5.1. Relevant Project Stakeholders Matrix ............................................................................................ 19
Table 5.1 Stakeholder Communication Matrix .................................................................................................. 19
6. UPSS DECOMMISSIONING SOIL VALIDATION ASSESSMENT ......................................... 21
7. STATEMENT OF LIMITATIONS ............................................................................................... 22

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FIGURES

Figure 1 Site Location Plan

Figure 2 UTMP Extent of Proposed Works

TABLES (within text)

Table 1.3 Site Petroleum Storage Summary

Table 2.1 Roles and Responsibilities

Table 4.1.2 Vapour Action Levels

Table 4.1.7 Solid and Liquid Waste Summary Options

Table 4.1.15a Local Emergency Services

Table 4.1.15b Regulatory Agencies

Table 5.1 Stakeholder Communications Matrix

APPENDICES

Appendix A Environmental Inspection Checklist

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LIST OF COMMON REPORT ABBREVIATIONS


ANZECC Australian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council
AST Above-ground Storage Tank
B(a)P Benzo(a)Pyrene
BP BP Australia Pty Ltd
BTEX Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene and Xylenes
CARE Contamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment
COC Chain Of Custody
COPC Contaminants Of Potential Concern
CRC Cooperative Research Centre
DO Dissolved Oxygen
DQO Data Quality Objective
DNAPL Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid
DSI Detailed Site Investigation
DTW Depth to Water
EC Electrical Conductivity
EIL Ecological Investigation Level
EM&C Environmental Management & Consulting Pty Ltd
ESA Environmental Site Assessment
ESL Ecological Screening Level
EPA Environment Protection Authority
HIL Health Investigation Level
HSL Health Screening Level
LNAPL Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid
LOR Limit Of Reporting
MAH Monocyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
mBGS Metres Below Ground Surface
mTOC Metres below Top of Casing
NEPM National Environment Protection (Assessment of Site Contamination) Amendment Measure 2013
PAH Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Pb Lead
PH Petroleum Hydrocarbon
PID Photo-Ionisation Detector
PSI Preliminary Site Investigation
PVI Petroleum Vapour Intrusion
RPD Relative Percentage Difference
SAQP Sample Analysis and Quality Plan
TDS Total Dissolved Solids
TOC Top Of Casing
TPH/ TRH Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons/ Total Recoverable Hydrocarbons
UPSS Underground Petroleum Storage System
UST Underground Storage Tank
UPSS Underground Petroleum Storage System
VOC Volatile Organic Compound
QA/QC Quality Assurance/ Quality Control

List of Abbreviated Measurement Units

m: metre L: Litre ppm: parts per million

km: kilometre kL: kilolitre ppb: parts per billion

mg/kg: milligram/ kilogram mg/L: milligram/ litre

μg/kg: microgram/ kilogram μg/L: microgram/ litre

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1. INTRODUCTION

Environmental Management & Consulting Pty Ltd (EM&C) were engaged by JBS&G Pty Ltd (JBS&G) to prepare a
Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) for BP Australia Pty Ltd’s (BP) proposed Underground
Tank Management Program (UTMP) at 117 George Town Road, Newnham, Tasmania (the ‘site’). The location of
the site within the town of Newnham and state of Tasmania is shown on attached Figure 1.

1.1. OBJECTIVE

The objective of this CEMP is to provide BP’s appointed Principal Contractor with procedures to manage the
environmental hazards and risks associated with the UTMP works to ensure the protection of human health and
the environment. The scope of the works addressed by this CEMP is identified in the Section 1.2 below.

1.2. SCOPE OF UTMP CIVIL WORKS

This CEMP addressed the following proposed BP UTMP work elements:


• The decommissioning and removal from site of three operational underground storage tanks (USTs):
o ‘T1’: 1 x 26.0 kL unleaded petrol UST.
o ‘T2’: 1 x 26.0 kL Ultimate UST.
o ‘T3’: 1 x 16.5 kL diesel UST.
o ‘T4’: 1 x 12.7 kL ultimate UST.
• The decommissioning and removal or in-situ abandonment, of three historic UST’s:
o ‘T4’: 1 x 4.5 kL former diesel UST, which has not be used since between 2004 and 2008.
o ‘T5’: 1 x 4.5 kL former kerosene UST, which has not be used since between 2004 and 2008.
o ‘T6’: 1 x 2.5 kL waste oil UST, the operational status of this UST is not known.
• The removal of soil from the site during the excavation of the new dual containment UST tank pit and
any dewatering program required for the installation of the new UST’s.
• The removal and replacement of all existing underground UPSS pipework and new signage.
• The replacement of the site existing fuel pumps.
• The backfilling of the new UST tank pit with imported fill material.

The location of existing UST’s T1-T6 and the proposed location of the new dual containment UST’s are shown on
Attached Figure 2.

This CEMP is limited to the above identified scope of UTMP works and does not apply to any other potential
work program at this site.

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1.3. DETAILS OF UPSS

Following a review of the site’s historic Dangerous Goods File (DGF), Table 1.3 below was populated with details
of the site’s current operational and historic site’s underground petroleum storage system (UPSS) and shows
Tank ID’s, tank sizes, tank type, year installed, operational status and identified history of fuel type(s) stored
within each tank. The locations of all documented site USTs (both operational and historic) are shown on
Attached Figure 2.

Table 1.3 Site Petroleum Storage Summary


Tank ID Size Type Year Installed Status Product(s) Stored

T1 26.0 kL UST 1974 In-use ULP (former petrol)


Ultimate (former petrol, ULP
T2 26.0 kL UST 1968 In-use
and diesel)
T3 16.5 kL UST 1985 In-use Diesel (former petrol)
Not in use (Removed from service
T4 4.5 kL UST 1974 Diesel (former zoom)
between 2004-2008)*
Not in use (Removed from service
T5 4.5 kL UST 1972 Kerosene (former diesel)
between 2004-2008)*
Unknown. Not listed with DG records. In
T6 2.5 kL UST Unknown Waste Oil
use as of 2001#
Removed from site 1985. Previously
T7 18.18kL UST 1968 Petrol
located in approximate location of T3.
Notes:
UST: Underground Storage Tank AST: Aboveground Storage Tank
*: Tank status from WST historic DG Records
# : Listed as in use within BP, 2001

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2. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Project roles and responsibilities for implementation of this CEMP are identified in the table below.

Table 2.1 Roles and Responsibilities


Role Identified Responsibilities
Principal Contractor Overarching responsibility for ensuring legal compliance with implementation and
completion of UTMP works. Responsible for:
• Communicating with project stakeholders, including:
o BP.
o EPA Tasmania.
o Launceston City Council.
o Adjacent Property Owners and Public
o Utility Owners.
• Investigation of environmental incidents
• Oversight of the appointed Civil Contractor – to insure implementation and
compliance with the CEMP.
• Compliance with requirements stipulated within council development
application

Civil Contractor Implementing the controls and procedures outlined in this CEMP, including:
• Compliance with regulatory, legal and other identified CEMP requirement
pertaining to the UTMP works.
• Supervising removal of all UPSS infrastructure (USTs, lines and pumps)
• Inspecting and maintaining plant and equipment in accordance with industry
standards, guidelines and regulations.
• Management of all soil removed during excavation or imported to site, includes:
o Controls to mitigate generation of dust, sediment run-off, unwanted
odour and decontaminated plant to avoid off-site spread of soil.
o Removal, transport and off-site disposal of soil removed from the site in
accordance with Tasmanian Waste Management Regulations.
• Management of the disposal of any wastewater generated during the project in
accordance with Tasmanian Waste Regulations and in accordance with the
requirements of Council (for discharge to storm water) or TasWater (for discharge
to Sewer).
• CEMP compliance reporting to the Principal Contractor.

Environmental Consultant Provide advice and technical support to the appointed Principal Contractor, including:
• Assessment of in-situ soil and water conditions at the location of removed UPSS
or at the location of in-situ decommissioned UST’s in accordance with the
requirements of the Tasmanian UPSS Regulation, 2010.
• Assessment of stockpiled soil generated during UTMP works and advice on
stockpile handing and segregation on-site, and advice on material classification
if off-site disposal is required.
• Provision of advice where applicable to the appointed Principal Contractor on
site remediation requirements to cleanup the site to a commercial/industrial
standard as far as is reasonably practicable.
• Provision of advice to the Principal Contractor on compliance with the CEMP
where necessary or when required.
• Provision of all Environmental Assessment reports to BP.
• Reporting of environmental incidents to the Principal Contractor.

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3. LEGAL AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

The following legal, statutory and guideline documents need to be adhered to for all works undertaken as part
of this UTMP Works CEMP:
• Dangerous Goods Act, 1985.
• National Environment Protection (Assessment of Site Contamination) Amendment Measure 2013.
• National Environment Protection (Ambient Air Quality) Measure, 1998.
• Tasmanian Environmental Management and Pollution Control Act, 1994.
• Tasmanian Environmental Management and Pollution Control (Underground Petroleum Storage
System) Regulations, 2010.
o EPA Tasmania Technical Guideline UPSS1 ‘Underground Petroleum Storage System:
Decommissioning Assessment Report Requirements’ v2 June 2014.
o EPA Tasmania Technical Guideline UPSS2 ‘Underground Petroleum Storage System:
Decommissioning Assessment Sampling and Risk Assessment Requirements’, June 2014.
• Tasmanian Environmental Management and Pollution Control (Waste Management) Regulations, 2010.
o EPA Tasmania Information Bulletin 105 ‘Classification and Management of Contaminated Soil
For Disposal’, Nov 2012.
• Tasmanian Environmental Management and Pollution Control (Controlled Waste Tracking) Regulations,
2010.
• Tasmanian Environmental Protection Policy (Air Quality), 2004.
• Tasmanian State Policy on Water Quality Management, 1997.
• Australian Standard AS4976-2008 ‘The removal and disposal of underground petroleum storage tanks’.
• Australian Standard AS1940-2004 ‘The storage and handling of flammable and combustible liquids’
• Australian Standard AS 2436-2010 ‘Guide to noise control on construction, maintenance and
demolition sites’
• AS/NZS 1269.1:2005 ‘Occupational noise management’

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4. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT CONTROLS AND PROCEDURES

4.1. UTMP CIVIL WORKS PROGRAM

A number of environmental controls and procedures are presented within this section to provide guidance to
the appointed Civil Contractor during the completion of the scope of works identified in Section 1.2:
• The decommissioning and removal from site of three operational underground storage tanks (USTs):
o ‘T1’: 1 x 26.0 kL unleaded petrol UST.
o ‘T2’: 1 x 26.0 kL Ultimate UST.
o ‘T3’: 1 x 16.5 kL diesel UST.
o ‘T4’: 1 x 12.7 kL ultimate UST.
• The decommissioning and removal or in-situ abandonment, of three historic UST’s:
o ‘T4’: 1 x 4.5 kL former diesel UST, which has not be used since between 2004 and 2008.
o ‘T5’: 1 x 4.5 kL former kerosene UST, which has not be used since between 2004 and 2008.
o ‘T6’: 1 x 2.5 kL former waste oil UST, the operational status of this UST is not known.
• The removal of soil from the site during the excavation of the new dual containment UST tank pit and
any dewatering program required for the installation of the new UST’s.
• The removal and replacement of all existing underground UPSS pipework and new signage.
• The replacement of the site existing fuel pumps.
• The backfilling of the new UST tank pit with imported fill material.

It is incumbent upon the appointed Principal Contractor to ensure adherence to not only the controls and
procedures presented within this CEMP, but also with all relevant legal and regulatory requirements identified in
Section 3 and any additional requirements, which might be supplied by Council as part of the planning approval
process.

At the time of writing, the development application had not been submitted to council, accordingly DA
conditions and any additional environmental requirements were unknown. As a result, this CEMP must be
amended accordingly when and if any additional requirements are mandated as part of the approval.

To ensure compliance with the management controls listed below, an Environmental Inspection Checklist is to
be utilised during the works program to monitor and document compliance with the CEMP. A monitoring form
has been included for this purpose within Appendix A.

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4.1.1. Underground Service Protection Controls

To ensure underground services are protected during the completion of UTMP Works, a survey of all
underground services and below ground assets shall be undertaken prior to breaking ground.

The survey shall be undertaken by a licensed underground service location professional with prior completion
of:
• Dial Before You Dig (DBYD) search enquiry.
• Consultation with any utility company with a critical asset identified on the DBYD enquiry.
• Review of company as-built construction plans.
• Review of historic dangerous goods (DG) records for the site held by Workplace Standards Tasmania (a
copy of these records are included within EM&C UTMP ESA Report, 2018).

4.1.2. Vapour Controls

The risk posed by potentially explosive vapours to site workers and surrounding properties will be controlled by
implementing the following controls:
• The Civil Contractor shall undertake a risk assessment/ JSA to determine the need for atmospheric
monitoring of volatile organic compounds. Should monitoring be conducted, vapour action levels are
presented in Table 4.1.2 below.
• Where Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) monitoring is undertaken as part of this project, the following action
levels and response criteria are presented with appropriate control measures. Monitoring is to be
conducted continuously in the designated work area. Action level exceedances are to be recorded.
• For the purpose of environmental sample collection, confined spaces are not to be entered. Where
necessary, samples shall be collected removed with either the aid of hand augers with extendable bars
or with the assistance of an excavator.

Table 4.1.2 Vapour Action Levels


Meter/ Action Limit Location Duration Action

LEL Meter - <5 % of lower Ambient air in


Instantaneous Continue monitoring.
explosive limit (LEL) work area
Stop work; move upwind while vapours
Ambient air in dissipate. Investigate source if safe to do so. If
LEL Meter - >5 % of LEL Instantaneous
work area elevated levels remain, evacuate upwind and
notify the principal contractor.
Stop Work and notify the principal contractor.
Ambient air in Unsafe conditions may be present which need
PID - >50ppm Instantaneous
work area additional safety control in place before
recommencing work.
LEL Meter: No entry into pit. Atmosphere is unsafe. If
<18% Oxygen these readings are also in the ambient air in
Excavation/ Pits Instantaneous
Carbon Monoxide 30ppm the work zone evacuate upwind and notify the
Hydrogen Sulphide 10ppm principal contractor.

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4.1.3. Dust and Odour Controls

The site shall be managed to ensure adequate controls are in place to mitigate against the generation of
airborne dust and odour. Dust and odour control will be achieved by applying one or more of the following
actions, as necessary:

• Monitoring of dust and odour generation at Site boundaries


• Applying water to soils during excavation and stockpiling activities if soils are dry to suppress the
emission of dust.
• Covering stockpiles with plastics sheets and weights if wind conditions direct dust or odour off-site, or
if offensive odours present a nuisance to site workers.
• Locate stockpiles away from adjoining residential properties and businesses. Limit stockpile height
below that of perimeter fencing.
• Covering soils in haulage trucks prior to leaving the site to prevent dust generation during transport
impacting upon the surrounding environment.
• Application of odour suppressants to stockpiles and exposed soils in excavations if offensive odours
continue to migrate off-site.
• Rescheduling works until wind conditions are not blowing toward sensitive receptors.

If monitoring identifies the control measures are not successful in preventing dust or offensive levels of odour
leaving the site, fieldworks will cease until the levels reduce to acceptable levels, or until more effective
mitigation measures can be implemented.

4.1.4. Sediment Runoff Controls

Sediment run-off may be generated on site by the erosion of exposed areas and stockpiles. The site shall be
managed to ensure migration of sediment off-site is prevented.

The following mitigation measures are provided to give options to the Civil Contractor:
• Establishment of silt fencing/hay bales across down gradient site boundaries where surface water
could flow from excavation and stockpile areas.
• Existing site stormwater channels should be maintained where possible to capture stormwater flow
and silt traps installed prior to discharge points where it can enter adjacent roads, drains or off-site
water bodies.
• Establishment of bunds around stockpiled soil using hay bales. 200µm plastic sheets should be used as
a base for the stockpile bund in unpaved areas to prevent contaminants leaching into the subsurface.
• Covering soil stockpiles with plastic sheets.
• Minimising the duration over which excavations are left open and/or schedule excavation activities
during periods of dry weather.
• Reinstatement of surface cover materials at the completion of project (either landscaping or hard
surfaces) to remove areas of unsealed & uncovered ground.

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4.1.5. Noise Controls

The Civil Contractor shall ensure compliance with Council Noise restrictions and regulatory noise limits limited
site work hours in table below and any additional stipulated requirements of Council.

Noise Exclusion Times within Tasmania

Monday to Friday Before 7am and after 6pm.

Saturday Before 9am and after 6pm.

Sunday & Statutory Holidays Before 10am and after 6pm.

In the event that noise complaints are received, works will cease and the appointed Civil Contractor or
Consultant will notify the Principal Contractor. The source of the noise leading to the complaint will be
investigated and methodologies reviewed to mitigate the nuisance to local residents.

4.1.6. Vibration Controls

Vibration generated from site activities is to be controlled so as to avoid damage to on or off-site buildings and
structures.
• A dilapidation survey of site buildings and surrounding off-site buildings is to be undertaken by the
appointed Principal Contractor before commencement of UTMP Works.
• If use of vibration is necessary to break concrete hardstand, consolidated rock or to compact
excavation backfill, vibration to surrounding properties should be expected. There is potential for off-
site vibration to cause structural damage, undertaking vibration monitoring at boundary monitoring
points should considered.

If potential exist for vibrations to cause damage to off-site buildings, works shall cease and appointed Civil
Contractor and Principal Contractor shall review construction methodologies to mitigate this risk to an
acceptable level.

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4.1.7. Solid and Liquid Waste Management

All solid and liquid waste to be management and disposed off-site in accordance with Tasmanian Waste
Management Regulations.

The waste management hierarchy shall be used to optimize environmental outcomes when making decisions on
management of solid and liquid waste, beginning with the most preferable and ends with least preferable.

The Waste Hierarchy Picture, Source: NSW EPA, Waste Avoidance and Recovery Strategy.

Table 4.1.7 Solid and Liquid Waste Summary Options


Waste Stream Waste Management Options
Fuels within UPSS • All underground fuel tanks and associated lines identified for decommissioning shall be
initially drained of product to the extent practicable.
• The Civil Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring residual retained fuel volumes are
removed with care during the decommissioning of UPSS to avoid fuel spilling to ground.
Recovered fuel (and sludge) shall be disposed off-site through a licensed waste disposal
contractor to a licensed waste disposal/ treatment facility.
Demolished Concrete • Minimise area surface demolition to reduce volume of waste stream.
Forecourt (Mostly • If concrete is stained consider cleaning surface to increase disposal options.
Concrete, Minor • Explore recycling or repurposing opportunities.
Steel Reinforcement) • Dispose to landfill if not other viable options.
Removed Steel Tanks • Tanks and lines to be decommissioned and removed off-site in accordance with the
and Steel Pipework relevant Australian Standards AS4976-2008 and AS1940-2004.
• At the completion of Tank and line decommissioning works, the Civil Contractor must
provide documented evidence of tank decommission, removal from site and safe
destruction. To satisfy Workplace Standards Tasmania a Statutory Declaration attesting to
completed UPSS decommissioning, removal and destruction works must be issued to the
Principal Contractor at the completion of the UTMP Works.

Soil Contaminated Asbestos Containing Material (ACMs) shall be removed and disposed of in accordance with
with Asbestos advice provided by a qualified occupational hygienist to ensure site worker and public safety is
Containing Material maintained.
(ACMs) Further advice on ‘How to Manage and Control Asbestos in the Workplace’ is provide at the
Safe Work Australia web page
https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/system/files/documents/1810/model-cop-how-to-
manage-and-control-asbestos-in-the-workplace_0.pdf
Any project generated soil contaminated with ACM shall be managed in accordance national
guidelines

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4.1.8. Excavation Dewatering

The presence of shallow groundwater at the site is not expected.

• Historical observations have identified the presence of groundwater within the only monitoring well
onsite, MW1. This well was installed in March 1997 by Fluor Daniel GTI where groundwater was
intercepted at approximately 2.46 meters below ground surface.

• Subsequent investigations by BP in 2000 identified 0.068m of LNAPL within MW1, however no mention
was made regarding depth to water/LNAPL (Referenced in BP, 2001).

• In 2001 MW1 was observed to contain no LNAPL, the presence of groundwater within the well was not
explicitly documented within the report.

o The 2001 report did however note groundwater was not encountered during the drilling
program, which included the drilling of fourteen soil bores.

o SB1(2001) was drilled to 8.0mBGS and left overnight. Gauging of the bore on the following day
indicated that the bore did not make water.

o The report concluded, ‘recent site investigations confirmed that this water is not linked to a
regional aquifer; rather, it is representative of the quality of perched water contained within
the pit sands’.

• Observations made during the 2018 UTMP ESA identified that groundwater was not present within
MW1 (gauged well depth 3.060m).

Should water be encountered during the UPSS decommissioning phase of works, the encountered groundwater
needs to be assessed in accordance with EPA Tasmania guidelines (see Section 3).

Water encountered in and removed from excavations will either be disposed off-site using a licensed waste
management contractor or:
• Discharged to Sewer with the prior consent of TasWater; or
• Discharged to Stormwater with the prior consent of Launceston City Council (LCC).

The Principal Contractor shall obtain prior approval from the receiving authority (either TasWater or LCC) prior
to the discharge on any water removed from excavation area.

To reduce the volume of water entering open excavation from rainfall run-off events, consideration shall be
given to backfilling all open excavation as soon as possible. Where excavations cannot be quickly backfilled,
efforts should be made to divert surface water run-off away or around the open excavation.

Where water is to be removed from site by a licensed waste disposal contractor, the process of removal shall be
documented. This includes the details of the water disposal contractor, the volume and date of water removed,
details of any completed water analysis, details of the receiving water treatment facility for licensed disposal
facility.

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4.1.9. Imported Fill Material

Material imported to the site for the purpose of filling excavations shall be suitable for site’s existing
commercial/industrial land use as defined by the National Environment Protection (Assessment of Site
Contamination) Amendment Measure 2013 and should also conform to the ‘fill material’ standard defined
within the EPA Tasmania Information Bulletin 105 ‘Classification and Management of Contaminated Soil For
Disposal’, Nov 2012.

To address the objective, imported fill material shall be either:


• Certified as virgin quarry source material (VQSM) and shall be free of debris or waste inclusion, and
shall also be free of contamination.
• Certified as ‘fill material’ in accordance EPA Tasmania Information Bulletin 105 ‘Classification and
Management of Contaminated Soil For Disposal’, Nov 2012 by an EIANZ Certified Environmental
Practitioner (CEnvP) Contaminated Site Specialist (CS) or a Contaminated Site Auditor recognised by
the Director of the Tasmanian EPA. Records of fill material certification shall be supplied to the
principal contractor.

The Principal Contractor shall be notified if imported fill material does not conform to the above requirements.
This material shall be deemed unsuitable for use on site and shall be removed from site. Depending on the level
of material contamination, there may also be a statutory requirement to notify Council and the EPA.

4.1.10. Excavation Stability Management


At the completion of each days work, the Civil Contractor shall ensure the area of exposed excavation is made
safe to prevent public entering the excavation and reduce the risk of excavation face collapse, which has
potential to cause injury and damage to buildings.

Excavation shall be conducted in accordance with the Geotechnical Assessment recommendations.

4.1.11. Traffic Management


The site will be managed to minimise the impact of heavy vehicle traffic movements on local roads, surrounding
residents, the community and businesses.
• A Traffic Control Plan shall be in place for the movement of heavy vehicles in and out of the site,
including consideration of suitable off-site parking area for trucks waiting to access the site.
• Limit the time trucks are occupying residential streets through coordination of vehicle arrival and
departure times from the site.

4.1.12. Plant and Vehicle Decontamination


The Civil Contractor shall be responsible for preventing soil being spread onto the road by earthmoving plant
and vehicles.
• Vehicles which come into contact with soil shall be inspected for adhered soil build up and where
necessary, dirty plant and vehicles shall be cleaned before leaving the site.
• Vehicle egress pathways from the site shall be periodically inspected and swept free of deposited soil.

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4.1.13. Site Amenity


The site shall be maintained by the Civil Contractor to an acceptable standard to both the Principal Contractor
and the general public. The following guidance steps comprise the site amenity procedure:
• Maintain site perimeter fencing in good condition, display warning signs and prevent unauthorised
access to the site.
• Construct soil stockpiles below the height of site fences and away from adjoining residential and
commercial properties.
• Limit the time and extent of open excavations as far as is reasonably practicable within project
constraints.
• Implement dust, odour, noise and vibration controls detailed in the sections above.
• Provide solid waste bins located away from site boundaries and neighbouring properties. Remove
waste from the site regularly.
• Maintain nature strips and remove litter other debris as required.

4.1.14. Flora and Fauna Management Plan


The works will be conducted in such a manner that will minimise the impact to native flora and fauna, and to
minimize the spread of noxious weeds.

Where possible and subject to the proposed design considerations provided by BP, the Civil Works Contractor is
to maintain all woody trees onsite. Unrequired excavation within the root zones of woody trees must be
avoided.

Initial site assessment made during the UTMP ESA did not identify any specific at risk animal populations1.
However due to the transient nature of wildlife, prior to the start of works, the Civil contractor is to determine if,
at risk populations are present within the works area. Should such a population be identified, the following
should be considered by the Civil Works Contractor
• Establish protected areas, to control the impact of works on at risk populations,
• Define access tracks to avoid at risk populations and mark these appropriately, and
• Implement sediment controls such as listed within Section 4.1.4

Should any native fauna be found to be injured at the works site, the Civil Works Contractor is to contact a local
animal rescue centre for advice.

1Including endangered, vulnerable and rare (a definition is provided here: https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/conservation/threatened-species-and-


communities/lists-of-threatened-species/threatened-species-status-what-these-terms-mean)
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4.1.15. Environmental Emergency Response Management plan


This Environmental Emergency Response Plan should be viewed as complementary to the appointed Principle
Contractor’s Project Health & Safety Plan and any identified Emergency Response Procedures within such a plan.

Environmental incidents on the site, which could require emergency response may relate to a spill of a
hazardous liquid or material at the site, which may contaminate soils, enter the stormwater system, exposed
utility trenches and potentially impact local waterways. For spills on land, the following shall be undertaken by
the Civil Works Contractor:

• Identify source of spill and control the spill source when safe to do so.

• Identify area of spill and clear area of all personnel.

• Notify Principal Contractor of spill.

• Where possible, utilise spill kits available to protect drains/pits and absorb / contain spills and/or
construct an earthen bund to contain spill using earth moving equipment available on site.

• Prevent migration of contaminants from site into stormwater or sewerage systems.

• Contractor to coordinate the pumping of liquid waste out of the containment structure and disposal to a
licensed waste facility. If spilt material is non-liquid, the Civil Contractor shall coordinate the excavation
and removal of the hazardous material to a secure area.

• The appointed Environmental Consultant shall assess the location of the environmental incident for
potential loss to ground of contaminants and advise the appointed Civil Contractor on required control or
remediation measures.

• Assess the severity of the spill and potential impact on surrounding premises and if required, notify the
regulator and/or fire brigade of the incidents.

Table 4.1.15a Local Emergency Services


Service Phone Number

Police 13 14 44

Fire Brigade 000

Poison Information Centre 131 126

Table 4.1.15b. Regulatory Agencies


Agency Contact Phone Number

EPA Enquiries (TAS) 03 6233 6518

Work Safe / Work Cover Enquiries (TAS) 1300 555 727

Stormwater & Roads Launceston City Council 03 6223 3000

Sewer TasWater 13 69 92

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5. STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT PLAN


The following plan includes details regarding stakeholder engagement, to ensure that the client can efficiently
engage with relevant parties to the works program. This management plan identifies the parties involved with
the UTMP project and seeks to provide a strategy to be utilised should any inconsistencies with the procedures
listed in Section 4 above be found. To ensure that this plan is effectively utilised by the relevant parties for the
project duration, it is of utmost importance that this management plan be understood and adhered to prior to
the commencement of site works.
5.1. Relevant Project Stakeholders Matrix

The identified relevant UTMP Project stakeholders, along with the communication objectives for each party are
listed in the matrix below.

Table 5.1 Stakeholder Communication Matrix


Stakeholder Identified Party Communication Objectives

To be notified by the Civil Works Contractor, Principal


contractor or Environmental Consultant of the
following:
• Excavation schedules
• Incidents and near misses associated with the
UTMP works
Site
• Analytical results of environmental soil/water
Infrastructure BP
samples
Owner
• Completion of environmental validation
reporting
• All other information relating to the UTMP
remedial works that the Environmental
Consultant believes to be relevant to the project
scope.
• Primary communicator between each identified
project stakeholder
Principal
To be awarded • Communication with Local Council, Water
Contractor
Authority or Environmental Regulator to obtain
waste disposal permits
Primarily reports to the Principal Contractor. To be
Civil Works
To be awarded notified in the following circumstances:
Contractor
• Change of works plan, scheduling, scope etc
Primarily reports to the Site Infrastructure Owner, to
work with the Principal Contractor and to operate
under their safety and environmental protocols. To be
Environmental contacted in the following circumstances:
To be awarded
Consultant • Required to perform environmental sampling
• Request for environmental advice
• Required to conduct an environmental
investigation
To be contacted in the following circumstances:
State • To provide UPSS decommissioning
Environmental Tasmanian EPA documentation
Regulator • In the event of notifiable environmental
incidents

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To be contacted in the following circumstances:


• Application to dispose of excavation water to
Local Council Launceston City Council local Council stormwater network
• Variations to construction plan in contradiction
to approved building/plumbing permit

To be contacted in the following circumstances:


• Application to dispose of excavation water to
Water
TasWater water authority owned sewerage network
Authority
• Notification of a loss of contaminants to a
sewerage asset
Local community and Community consultation is to be handled by the
Local Each adjoining property: Principal Contractor. No prework consultation is
Community • 1 Tompsons Lane deemed necessary, however should an interested
and Adjoining • Unit 1, 115 George party request information regarding the UTMP,
Residential Town Road. enquiries are to be directed to the Principal
Properties • Unit 2, 115 George Contractor for management and forwarding to the
Town Road. Site Infrastructure Owner if required.

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6. UPSS DECOMMISSIONING SOIL VALIDATION ASSESSMENT


The appointed Environmental Consultant shall be responsibility for undertaking a UPSS Decommissioning
Assessment in accordance with:
• EPA Tasmania Technical Guideline UPSS1 ‘Underground Petroleum Storage System: Decommissioning
Assessment Report Requirements’ v2 June 2014.
• EPA Tasmania Technical Guideline UPSS2 ‘Underground Petroleum Storage System: Decommissioning
Assessment Sampling and Risk Assessment Requirements’, June 2014.

The completed UPSS Decommissioning Assessment Report shall be forwarded to BP.

EM&C’s December 2018 UTMP ESA Report identified all assessed in-situ soil has been assessed to confirm to the
‘fill material’ assessment standard identified in EPA publication, Information Bulletin 105, Classification and
Management of Contaminated Soil for Disposal (November 2012) with the following exceptions:

• Contaminated soil (level 3) was identified within

o SB5 at a depth of 2.6-2.7m. This sample was taken within Tank 2 tank sands

• Low Level Contaminated Soil was identified within:

o The soils directly below the base of the tank pit within SB5 at a depth of 2.85-2.95m

o Shallow soil (0.2-0.3m) within SB6, in the vicinity of T5.

o Shallow soil (0.35-0.45m) within SB11, in the vicinity of T6

The completed assessment was however limited because ESA sample locations could not be placed directly
beneath UPSS infrastructure. This limitation means that more highly contaminated material may be discovered
following removal of UPSS infrastructure.

The appointed Environmental Consultant shall also be responsible for characterising soil requiring removal
during the UTMP works for suitable off-site disposal. Attempts should be made to segregate and separately
stockpile tank pit bedding material from natural soil.

The Environmental Consultant and the Principal Contractor shall maintain a soil tracking register to capture soil
movements to and from site, details of material volumes and material descriptions, details of transport
companies and where necessary records of EPA Waster Transport Business license details, and details of any
receiving landfill. Records of EPA material classification and disposal approval must be forwarded to BP and
should also be forwarded to the Principal Contractor.

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7. STATEMENT OF LIMITATIONS

This report has been prepared in accordance with the scope of services described in the contract or agreement between
Environmental Management & Consulting Pty Ltd (EM&C) and the Client. The report relies upon data, surveys, measurements and
results taken at or under the particular times and conditions specified herein. Any findings, conclusions or recommendations only
apply to the aforementioned circumstances and no greater reliance should be assumed or drawn by the Client. Furthermore, the
report has been prepared solely for use by the Client and EM&C accepts no responsibility for its use by other parties. The client
agrees that EM&C’s report or associated correspondence will not be used or reproduced in full or in part for promotional purposes
and cannot be used or relied upon in any prospectus or offering.

No warranties express or implied are made. Subject to the Scope of Work, EM&Cs assessment is limited strictly to identifying typical
environmental conditions associated with the subject property and does not include evaluation of the structural conditions of any
buildings on the subject property or any other issues. Additionally, unless otherwise stated EM&C did not conduct soil, air,
wastewater or other matrix analyses including asbestos or perform contaminated sampling of any kind. Nor did EM&C investigate any
waste material from the property that may have been disposed of off the site, nor related waste management practices.

The results of this assessment are based upon site inspection conducted by EM&C personnel, information from interviews with
people who have knowledge of site conditions and information provided by regulatory agencies. All conclusions and
recommendations regarding the property are the professional opinions of the EM&C personnel involved with the project, subject to
the qualifications made above.

While normal assessments of data reliability have been made, EM&C assumes no responsibility or liability for errors in any data
obtained from regulatory agencies, statements from sources outside of EM&C, or developments resulting from situations outside the
scope of this project.

EM&C is not engaged in environmental auditing and /or reporting of any kind for the purpose of advertising sales promoting, or
endorsement of any clients’ interests, including raising investment capital, recommending investment decisions, or other publicity
purposes. EM&C assumes no responsibility or liability for errors in any data obtained from regulatory agencies, statements from
sources outside of EM&C, or developments resulting from situations outside the scope of this project.

Information relating to soil, groundwater, waste, air or other matrix conditions in this document is considered to be accurate at the
date of issue. Surface, subsurface and atmospheric conditions can vary across a particular site or region, which cannot be wholly
defined by investigation. As a result, it is unlikely that the results and estimations presented in this report will represent the extremes
of conditions within the site that may exist. Subsurface conditions including contaminant concentrations can change in a limited
period of time and typically have a high level of spatial heterogeneity.

From a technical perspective, there is a high degree of uncertainty associated with the assessment of subsurface, aquatic and
atmospheric environments. They are prone to be heterogeneous, complex environments, in which small subsurface features or
changes in geologic conditions or other environmental anomalies can have substantial impact on water, air and chemical movement.

Major uncertainties can also occur with source characterization assessment of chemical fate and transport in the environment,
assessment of exposure risks and health effects, and remedial action performance. These factors make uncertainty an inherent
feature of potentially impacted sites. Technical uncertainties are characteristically several orders of magnitude greater at impacted
sites than for other kinds of projects.

EM&C’s professional opinions are based upon its professional judgment, experience, and training. These opinions are also based
upon data derived from the limited testing and analysis described in this report. It is possible that additional testing and analysis
might produce different results and/or different opinions or other opinions. EM&C has limited its investigation(s) to the scope agreed
upon with its client. EM&C believes that its opinions are reasonably supported by the testing and analysis that has been undertaken
(if any), and that those opinions have been developed according to the professional standard of care for the environmental
consulting profession in this area at this time. Other opinions and interpretations may be possible. That standard of care may change
and new methods and practices of exploration, testing and analysis may develop in the future, which might produce different results.

EM&C is not in the business of providing legal advice.

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SB11

MW1

T6, 2.5kL former W/O


SB6

T5, 4.5kL former Kero

T4, 4.5kL former Diesel

SB7

SB10 SB9 SB2

T3, 16.5kL Legend

T1, 26kL ULP


Diesel
SB4 SB5
Groundwater Monitoring Well, Installed by
T2, 26kL Ul:mate
Fleur Daniel GTI in 1997

Direc:on of surface gradient fall (as shown on


Sruvey Plan, Veris, 2018)
SB3 SB8
Opera:onal UST

SB1 Non-opera:onal UST - Out of Use or status


unknown

UTMP ESA Soil Bore Loca:on

Proposed area for new tank pit installa:on

Approximate Scale Figure 2: UTMP CEMP - ESA Sample Location Plan


milimetres BP Newnham. 117 George Town Rd, Newnham, TAS
Tel: +61(03)6231 5979 Email: enquiries@enviromac.com.au
Issue Date: 28/11/18
Mail: Level 2, 67 Le::a St, North Hobart, Tasmania 7000
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Appendix A
Environmental Site Inspection Checklist

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ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Project Name: __________________________ Project Number: _____________ Date: _____________________


Inspected By: ___________________________ Date of previous Inspection Checklist completion: _______________
Inspection Type: Weekly q Post Event q Random q
---------------- WHERE POSSIBLE, ALWAYS INVOLVE RELEVANT SUBCONTRACTORS IN INSPECTION PROCESS ----------------
Indicate Either: ✓=Satisfactory/Yes ✗ =Unsatisfactory/No N/A=Not Applicable

1. AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT


Are there no sources of visible dust?
Is Dust suppression equipment available onsite?
What form of dust suppression is available? (list) :
Are there no sources of noticeable odours?
Is Odour suppression available onsite?
Is staff aware on how to deploy odour suppressant?
List the name of at least one specific staff member aware of the storage location and how to deploy:

2. NOISE MANAGEMENT
Are noise levels of plant and equipment monitored?
Are noise levels of plant and equipment acceptable?
Is noise intense activities carried out in non-peak times?

3. EROSION AND SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT


Is there a Sediment Management Plan in place (contained within the CEMP)?
Have all watercourses and drains identified?
Have erosion and sediment control measures been erected before works commenced?
Do stockpiles have appropriate erosion controls?
Circle relevant controls below:

Sealed base concrete/asphalt/200µm


Hay bales Silt fence
plastic

Sandbags in gutters/drains Cover: Tarpaulin/200µm plastic Other:

Are erosion controls inspected regularly and maintained?


At what frequency are they inspected? :
Is a designated wash down area required? If so, is it used when required?
Is there a site exit wheel wash?
Are sediment basins effective and not at capacity?
Is discharged water treated and in accordance with any relevant permits?

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ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

4. FLORA AND FAUNA


Has there been no mechanical trenching around trees?
Have trees identified to be removed been clearly identified onsite?
Have trees to be retained, been clearly identified onsite?
Is exclusion fencing in place?
Are there no equipment or stockpiles are under tree canopies?
Are noxious weeds managed?

5. WASTE MANAGEMENT
Is contained in an area that it cannot contaminate or pollute drains?
Are waste bins available and utilised?
Are liquid wastes contained?
Are batteries, used chemicals etc. disposed of appropriately?
Is all material waste leaving site tracked on tracking sheets?
Is waste recycled where possible?
Is waste appropriately classified before being disposed?

6. HERITAGE
Have cultural/heritage items been identified for the site?
Have all cultural/heritage areas been fenced off?
Have any new (since last inspection) cultural/heritage finds been isolated and reported to client?

7. SITE AREA
Is general housekeeping effective in keeping the site neat and orderly?
Is lighting adequate?
Are amenities clean, tidy and hygienic?
Are the site crib areas clean and hygienic?
Are public areas clean, tidy and accessible?
Are warning signs/barricades in place/adequate?
Have parking areas been identified?
Have storage areas been designated?
Is the site security/temporary fencing adequate/secure?

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Date
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ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

8. COMPLAINTS
Have any environmental complaints been received since the previous inspection checklist was performed?
Have environmental complaints been followed up?

Comments and/or issues:

Inspection participants sign on:


APPOINTED CIVIL WORKS CONTRACTOR SUBCONTRACTOR
Name Title Name Company Name

Name / Signature of Inspector: _________________________________________________________________

Name / Signature of Project Manager: ___________________________________________________________

CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN


All items marked with “X” must have a corrective action item listed below (this must include the person responsible and
due by date).
PERSON DATE
ACTION ITEM DUE BY DATE VERIFIED BY
RESPONSIBLE VERIFIED

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