Deed of Variation - No. 60 Kitchener Parade, Bankstown (DA974/2012)

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In January 2014 the original Planning Agreement with respect to the development of No. 60 Kitchener Parade, Bankstown (DA974/2012) was entered into. Council is exhibiting a variation to that Planning Agreement.

Why is Council proposing a Deed of Variation to the Planning Agreement?

The Deed of Variation reduces the shortfall of car spaces (upon which the calculation of the monetary contributions payable under the planning agreement are based) from 14 spaces to 4 spaces.

The intended outcome of the Deed of Variation for No. 60 Kitchener Parade is to make a monetary payment in lieu of providing 4 required off–street parking spaces.

Has the Section 96 application been notified?

The Deed of Variation corresponds with a Section 96 application to DA974/2012, which proposes to reduce the shortfall of car spaces from 14 spaces to 4 spaces. The Section 96 application was notified from 13 January 2016 to 2 February 2016. No submissions were made during this notification period.

Where can I see the exhibition and how can I make a submission?

The Deed of Variation and the Explanatory Note will be on public exhibition from 10 August to 9 September 2016 at Council’s Customer Service Centre, Ground Floor at 66-72 Rickard Road in Bankstown, Monday to Friday during business hours (8.30am to 5pm); and Council’s website at www.bankstown.nsw.gov.au. If you wish to comment on the Deed of Variation, you will need to make a written submission:

Submissions close on 9 September 2016.

If you have any enquiries relating to the Deed of Variation, please contact Council on (02) 9707 9999.

In January 2014 the original Planning Agreement with respect to the development of No. 60 Kitchener Parade, Bankstown (DA974/2012) was entered into. Council is exhibiting a variation to that Planning Agreement.

Why is Council proposing a Deed of Variation to the Planning Agreement?

The Deed of Variation reduces the shortfall of car spaces (upon which the calculation of the monetary contributions payable under the planning agreement are based) from 14 spaces to 4 spaces.

The intended outcome of the Deed of Variation for No. 60 Kitchener Parade is to make a monetary payment in lieu of providing 4 required off–street parking spaces.

Has the Section 96 application been notified?

The Deed of Variation corresponds with a Section 96 application to DA974/2012, which proposes to reduce the shortfall of car spaces from 14 spaces to 4 spaces. The Section 96 application was notified from 13 January 2016 to 2 February 2016. No submissions were made during this notification period.

Where can I see the exhibition and how can I make a submission?

The Deed of Variation and the Explanatory Note will be on public exhibition from 10 August to 9 September 2016 at Council’s Customer Service Centre, Ground Floor at 66-72 Rickard Road in Bankstown, Monday to Friday during business hours (8.30am to 5pm); and Council’s website at www.bankstown.nsw.gov.au. If you wish to comment on the Deed of Variation, you will need to make a written submission:

Submissions close on 9 September 2016.

If you have any enquiries relating to the Deed of Variation, please contact Council on (02) 9707 9999.