10th June 2010
Community Sponsorship Program 2010/2011
Round 1 of the program is currently open and applications will be received until the close of business, Friday 2 July 2010, for funding early in the new financial year.
The program covers any Hawkesbury based community organisation, business or individual wanting to undertake activities that address the needs of the community as identified in Council’s adopted strategic, community, cultural and other plans. It also covers individuals who are representing the Hawkesbury at a state, national and international sporting competition or cultural event.
Hawkesbury City Council will assess the applications and provide sponsorship to support activities or events which will benefit the residents of the Hawkesbury within the available resources.
The purpose of Council’s sponsorship program is to enable community groups and individuals to access resources that would otherwise be unavailable to them.
These resources could include:
- Financial - in terms of direct funding
- Human - in terms of advice, skill and expertise of Council staff
- Material - in terms of goods and services provided directly by Council as an ‘in-kind’ contribution
If you would like more information on sponsorship opportunities or to apply for funding, please contact Hawkesbury City Council''s Community Facilities and Grants Co-ordinator Trisha Sundin on Ph: (02) 4560 4576 or Patricia.SUNDIN@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au
Applications close Friday 2 July 2010
Consulting the Community
Proposed Removal of Street Tree/s 10/02
Notice is given of proposed removal of street tree/s as detailed below:
Identification Number Tree Species Address Reason Specified Date
10/02 Greybox Gum 314 Macquarie Street South Windsor Damage to Infrastructure 17/6/10
Any objection to this proposal must be in writing, quoting the above identification number/s and be lodged by the specified date.
Tuesday 22 Extra-Ordinary 6.30pm
Tuesday 29 Ordinary 6.30pm
Development Applications Recently Determined
Notice under Section 101 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, the following Development Consents were determined by Council.
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The development consents are available for public inspection, without charge, at Council Offices. Office hours are 8.30 to 5pm Monday to Friday.
Notice is given pursuant to Section 79(1)(d) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, that Hawkesbury City Council is in receipt of an Designated Development Application for a Concrete Batching Plant at Lot 178 DP 752032, No. 306 Racecourse Road, South Windsor.
The applicant is Glenella Quarry Pty Ltd. Hawkesbury City Council is the consent authority.
The applicant is seeking development consent for the construction and operation of a concrete batching plant. The proposal includes the construction of a concrete batching plant comprising four overhead storage silos, eight in-ground aggregate storage bins, aggregate weigh bins, covered conveyors, office and amenities building, water storage tanks, bunded and covered additive/chemical and fuel storage areas, transit mixer and vehicle parking areas, a water management system and all related ancillary activities. Annual concrete production would be in the range of 25000m3 to 50000m3 per year.
The proposed development is defined as designated development under Section 77A of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
The development application and the documents accompanying the application, including the environmental impact statement may be inspected and will be on public exhibition for the period 3/06/2010 to 3/07/10. All plans and details may be inspected between 8:30am and 5:00pm Monday to Friday, at Council''s Administration Office, 366 George Street, Windsor. Alternatively, the development application and the documents accompanying the application, including the environmental impact statement may be inspected at:
Department of Planning
23-33 Bridge Street,
Sydney, NSW 2000
During the public exhibition period ( 3/06/2010 to 3/07/2010 ) any person may make a submission in writing to Council in relation to the development application. Where a submission by way of objection is made, the grounds for objection are to be specified in the submission.
Please note that confidentiality is not available to objectors. The details of any submissions may be included in a Council report or forwarded to the applicant where it may help to resolve design or operational problems. Information (including copies of submissions) may also be released in accordance with Council Policy for Access to Information.
An objector who is dissatisfied with the determination of a consent authority to grant consent to a development application for designated development (including designated development that is integrated development) either unconditionally or subject to conditions may, within 28 days after the date on which notice of the determination was given in accordance with the regulations, and in accordance with rules of court, appeal to the Court in accordance with Section 98 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979 unless the proposed development is development about which the Planning Assessment Commission has conducted a review. Should the Planning Assessment Commission conduct a review of the application, the Minister’s determination of the application is final and not subject to appeal.
If you have any concerns about the proposal, it is suggested that you speak with the assessing officer so that all aspects may be fully discussed. Written submissions are to quote reference number DA0263/10. For enquiries please contact Adam Sampson on (02) 4560 4549.
Hawkesbury Regional Gallery
Charles and Ashley Cooper: Rivers and Roads
till 4 July
Hawkesbury Regional Gallery
Deerubbin Centre (1st Floor)
300 George Street WINDSOR
Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm Weekends 10am - 3pm. Closed Tuesdays and public holidays.
For more information go to public programs.
Artist''s talk 1pm Sunday 27 June.
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