The Part V Agreement includes requirements by the Launceston City Council related to streetscape trees, landscaping within the subdivision and adjoining the Punchbowl Reserve and the geology of the subdivision.
In legal terms, the current S71 pursuant to LUPA 1993 Agreement is registered as D 64054 and was last executed 18 February 2015. The previous S71 Agreement C892038 is at an end and is the process at LTO of being finalised.
The Punchbowl Reserve is part a fire managed area and the Launceston City Council (LCC) has in place a bushfire hazard management plan.
This includes a burning program for fuel reduction. This is not undertaken every year.
The Reserve also comprises of maintained lawns and open park land.
The surrounding reserve area is therefore classified as MANAGED LAND and BAL Level is LOW.
The LCC has the prime responsibility to maintain appropriately the native and scenic protection values of the Reserve and not to find unnecessary bureaucratic requirements because of there own deficiency in resource management or giving prominence to conflicting government outcomes.
Please refer to LCC guidelines for preparing a PLANNING APPLICATION or contact the Customer Service Centre on 0363 233000 to speak to a planner.
The new planning standards that came into effect on 28 February 2014 in the General Residential Zone has the site area per dwelling of not less than 325m².
Where all the acceptable solutions are met, then two dwellings can be built on a suitable lot having area no less than 650m².
Eastmans Green has a number of sites that would ideal for villa development particularly corner lots as the entrance to the property can be adjusted to suit the site plan.