Use and Development/Permit Applications

A permit may be required for use or development of land.

The Land & Environmental Services Department can provide advice on whether a permit is required under the Burnie Interim Planning Scheme.

For a current version of the Burnie Interim Planning Scheme 2013 please visit www.iplan.tas.gov.au.

Documents

Notified Land Use Planning Permit Applications

The following permit applications have been lodged with the Burnie City Council for the purpose of obtaining a discretionary Permit under the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993.

Each permit application has been notified in accordance with the requirements of section 57 of the Act and is available for community consideration and comment for a period of 14 days from the date of notification.

Representations in writing and relating to any aspect of the permit application for which there is discretion under the Burnie Interim Planning Scheme 2013 must be received before close of the notification period.

The notification period for each permit application is as indicated on this site.

The notified permit applications are available for inspection as Adobe documents on this website. See link below.

 

30 Breffny Road, ROMAINE (CT 17713/6)

Application Number SD 2016/1261
Notification Ends 23 January 2017
Proposal Subdivision to create two (2) lots
Discretionary Matter Grant of a permit reliant on assessment against performance criteria -Clause 13.4.1 (P1), Clause 13.4.2 (P1), Clause 13.4.3 (P2), Clause 13.4.7 (P1 & P2), Clause 13.4.8 (P1)
Application Download
 

Rogetta/Blythe Roads, UPPER NATONE (CT 143116/1, CT 213284/1, CT 214042/1, CT 140950/1 & CT 130429/1)

Application Number DA 2016/109
Notification Ends 07 February 2017
Proposal The project involves the development of a magnetite (iron ore) mine with a maximum production capacity of 1 million tonnes of concentrate per annum, in northern Tasmania (approximately 7 km southeast of Hampshire).

The above proposal has been referred to the Board of the Environment Protection Authority (the Board) for assessment under the Environmental Management and Pollution Control Act 1994 (EMPC Act). A Development Proposal and Environmental Management Plan (DPEMP) has been lodged in support of the above proposal.

The proponent has referred the proposal to the Australian Government for consideration under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. The Australian Government has determined that the proposal is a controlled action (EPBC reference number 2012/6552) on the grounds that it is likely to have a significant impact on the following matters of national significance:

• Listed threatened species and communities (sections 18 & 18A); and

• Listed migratory species (sections 20 & 20A).
Discretionary Matter Discretionary Matters under the Burnie Interim Planning Scheme 2013:

Grant of permit reliant on assessment against performance criteria –

• Clause 26.4.1 – Suitability of a site or lot on a plan of subdivision for use and development (P3);

• Clause 26.4.2 – Location and configuration of development (P2);

• Clause E3.6.1 – Protection of a threatened native vegetation community or native vegetation providing habitat for a threatened species (P1) and

• Clause E10.6.1 - Development in proximity to a water body, watercourse or wetland (P1)
Application Public Notification Documents – Part 1
Development Proposal and Environmental Management Plan
Appendix A - Design Summary Report
Appendix B – Project Specific Guidelines
Appendix C – Planning Assessment
Appendix D – Acid and Metalliferous Drainage and Hydrogeology Report
Appendix E – Aquatic Impact Assessment
Appendix F – Flora and Fauna Report
Appendix G – Eagle Nest Survey Report
Appendix H – Weed and Pathogen Hygiene Management Plan
Appendix I – Rogetta Mine Site – Historic Heritage Investigations
Appendix J – Rogetta Aboriginal Heritage Assessment and Management Plan
Appendix K – Traffic Impact Assessment
Swept Path
Appendix L – Bushfire Protection Assessment
 

13 Medbury Crescent, MONTELLO - CT 142134/2

Application Number SD 2016/1264
Notification Ends 07 February 2017
Proposal Subdivision to create Two (2) Lots
Discretionary Matter Reliant on assessment against performance criteria for grant permit - Clause 10.4.10 (P1) - Clause 10.4.13 (P1) & (P2) and Clause 10.4.14 (P1)
Application Download
 

181-185, 187 & 189 Bass Highway, Cooee - CT 124267/1, CT 44471/1 & CT 123157/2

Application Number DA 2017/7
Notification Ends 02 March 2017
Proposal Covered Walkway and Signage
Discretionary Matter Grant of permit reliant on assessment against performance criteria - Clause E7.6 (P1)
Application Download
 

Bass Highway, PARKLANDS - BURNIE PARK

Application Number DA 2017/20
Notification Ends 03 April 2017
Proposal Playground Equipment
Discretionary Matter Reliant on performance criteria for grant of permit - Clause 19.4.2 (P4) and Clause E10.6.1 (P1)
Application Download
 

313 Bass Highway, OCEAN VISTA - CT 163225/2

Application Number SD 2017/1269
Notification Ends 03 April 2017
Proposal Subdivision to create five (5) lots
Discretionary Matter Reliant on performance criteria for grant of permit - Clause 10.4.9 (P1) & (P2) - Clause 10.4.10 (P1) and Clause 10.4.12 (P2)
Application Download

 

 

The information provided on this website includes a copy of all the documents and material lodged with the permit application, and is the same as that which can also be viewed in hard copy at the Council’s Offices.

Your representation must be sent to Burnie City Council, PO Box 973, Burnie, Tasmania, 7320 or to burnie@burnie.net.

If you access this website you have agreed to the following Terms and Conditions:

The information provided on this website is for the purpose of assisting the statutory planning process in accordance with the objectives of the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993.

The information is not the formal notification required for the purposes of section 57(3) of the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993.

Protection of Information

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The Council does not and cannot authorise the reproduction, re-distribution, or re-use of any of the information or documents on this website in any form or for any purpose.

Any personal information contained in the permit application and documents is collected by the Council for the purposes only of assessing and determining the permit application in accordance with the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993.

Such personal information may be protected by the Personal Information Protection Act 2004 and must not be used for any other purpose.