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2200 Rep7 NS-09 2200 Rep8b NS-09 - City Of Belmont

2200 Rep7 NS-09 2200 Rep8b NS-09 - City Of Belmont Garvey Park Garvey Park Carbon Neutral Planng Program (2004) In 2004 the City of Belmont iniated the Garvey Park Carbon Neutral Planng Program which made recommendaons over parcels of Garvey Park located to the west of the subject site (refer Figure 7). No carbon neutral sites were located within the subject site; however, a created wetland has been located to the west of the site and a carbon neutral parkland has been located abung Fauntleroy Avenue. Proposed road connecons into the subject site will need to minimise impact on these sites. Coolgardie Living Stream 2009 Carbon Neutral Swan River Trust Policy SRT/D3 – Development Setback Requirements and SRT/D3.6.3 - Addional Setback Requirements In accordance with the Swan and Canning Rivers Management Act 2006, acvies and operaons classed as development require approval by the Minister for the Environment under Part 5 of the Act. Development policies provide guidance in relaon to development and structures in the Development Control Area. Biodiversity corridor & floodplain reveg 2006, 2007 & 2008 Carbon Neutral Created wetland The most relevant Development Policy is SRT/D3 which regulates the setback of development where residenal land abuts ‘Parks and Recreaon’ reserve. As Lilian Grove is posioned between the subject site and the ‘Parks and Recreaon’ reserve, Policy SRT/D3.6.3 ‘Addional Setback Requirements’ is more relevant as it states that where there is a public road contained within the ‘Parks and Recreaon’ reserve, the Trust may consider reduced setbacks for development abung the reservaon. These setbacks will be accommodated within design of lots overlooking Garvey Park Figure 7: Garvey Park Carbon Neutral Sites Source: City of Belmont LEGEND Subject Site P.9 9 2200 2200 Rep7 Rep8b NS-09 NS-09 Garvey Park Limestone Walk Trails (2006) The City of Belmont adopted The Garvey Park Limestone Walk Trail Plan in January 2006 to guide proposed pedestrian, cyclist and horse links through Garvey Park (refer Figure 8). The adopted Plan shows a 2.0m wide limestone path extending along a poron of the unconstructed Lilian Grove to intersect with Tibradden Circle. This path then connues south along an exisng PAW to provide access to Great Eastern Highway. Pedestrian access along this length is required to be retained, however, this could be incorporated within a future road verge. Figure 8: Garvey Park Limestone Walk Trail Source: City of Belmont LEGEND Subject Site P.10 10 2200 2200 Rep7 Rep8b NS-09 NS-09

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