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22/07/2021 - Development Application: 207-229 Young Street, 881-885 and 887-893 Bourke Street, Waterloo - D/2020/45 ref: 2977    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Central Sydney Planning Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2021 - Central Sydney Planning Committee

Decision published: 22/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

Moved by the Chair (the Lord Mayor), seconded by Ms Galvin -

It is resolved that:

(A)      authority be delegated to the Chief Executive Officer to determine Development Application No. D/2020/45, following the conclusion of the public exhibition of the draft Voluntary Planning Agreement and considering any public submissions received in response;

(B)      authority be delegated to the Chief Executive Officer to determine whether the Design Excellence Strategy for 881-887 Bourke Street and 207-231 Young Street, Waterloo prepared by Ethos Urban on behalf of Jeffman Pty Ltd and Red Breast Pty Ltd and dated 19 April 2021, as shown in Attachment F to the subject report, ought to be approved pursuant to Section 3.3.1 of the Sydney Development Control Plan 2012 and Section 1.2 of the Competitive Design Policy; and

(C)      if the Chief Executive Officer determines to approve the application, consideration be given, pursuant to Section 4.16(3) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, to granting a deferred commencement consent to Development Application No. D/2020/45 subject to the conditions set out in Attachment A to the subject report, subject to the following amendments (additions shown in bold italics):

(26)    EARLY PHYSICAL WORKS AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN (AQMP)

Prior to the commencement of any demolition, excavation or remediation works within the subject site, an Early Physical Works Air Quality Management Plan (EPWAQMP) must be prepared by a suitably qualified Environmental Consultant and submitted to and approved by the city`s Area Planning Manager.

The EPWAQMP shall be consistent with the requirements of Order 14 of Management Order No. 20111403 issued by the Land and Environment Court of NSW on 26 May 2011 and must address, but is not limited to, the following matters:

(a)   description of the measures that would be implemented on site to ensure:

(i)         the control of air quality, volatile vapours and odour impacts of the proposed works;

(ii)        that these controls remain effective for the duration of the works;

(iii)      that all reasonable and feasible air quality management practice measures are employed;

(iv)      the air quality impacts are minimised during adverse meteorological conditions and extraordinary events; and

(v)       compliance with relevant conditions of consent;

(b)     include performance objectives for monitoring dust and ensuring no off-site air quality impacts to nearby residences and businesses;

(c)     includes an air quality monitoring program that:

(i)         is capable of evaluating the performance of the demolition, excavation and remediation works;

(ii)        includes a protocol for determining any exceedances of the relevant conditions of consent and responding to complaints;

(iii)      adequately supports the air quality performance objectives; and

(iv)      evaluates and reports on the effectiveness of air quality management for the demolition, excavation and remediation works;

(d)     details on monitoring weather conditions and communicating changing conditions to the workforce; and

(e)     stop work procedures if performance objectives are not being met.

and subject to the following amendments to Schedule 3 of the Public Benefit Offer and Draft Voluntary Planning Agreement shown at Attachment E to the subject report (additions shown in bold italics):

2. TRANSFER LAND

2.3      Obligations on transfer

(a)       The requirement for the developer to transfer the Transfer Land to the City is satisfied where:

(i)         the City is given:

                                                    (A)        an instrument in registrable form under the Real Property Act 1900 (NSW) duly executed by the Developer as transfer or that is effective to transfer the title to the Transfer Land to the City when executed by the City as transferee and registered;

                                                    (B)        the written consent to the registration of the transfer of any person whose consent is required to that registration; and

                                                    (C)        a written undertaking from any person holding the certificate of title to the production of the certificate of title for the purposes of registration of the transfer.

(b)       The Developer is to do all things reasonably necessary to enable registration of the instrument of transfer to occur.

(c)       The Developer must ensure that the Transfer Land is free of all encumbrances and affectations including contamination (whether registered or unregistered and including without limitation any charge or liability for rates, taxes and charges) except for any encumbrances agreed in writing by the City in its absolute discretion.

(d)       The Developer must indemnify and agree to keep indemnified the City against all claims made against the City as a result of any Contamination in, over, under or migrating from the whole or any part of the Transfer Land but only in relation to Contamination that existed on or before the date that the Transfer Land is dedicated to the City in accordance with the requirements of this clause.

(e)       The Developer warrants that as at the date of this deed the Transfer Land is not subject to any Adverse Affectation and warrants as to those matters in Schedule 3 of the Conveyancing (Sale of Land) Regulation 2010 (NSW), unless otherwise notified to and agreed by the City in writing in its absolute discretion.

Reasons for Decision

The application was approved for the following reasons:

(A)      The concept proposal is for building envelopes for three mixed commercial/ residential buildings and a residential apartment building.  The proposal also delivers new public domain elements these being a new east-west street, a through-site link, and public open space.  The  development is permissible in the B2 Local Centre and B4 Mixed Use zones as stated in the land use table in the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 (the LEP).

(B)      The proposed concept building envelopes comply with the 18m to 30m height of buildings controls pursuant to clause 4.3 and are capable of accommodating development that complies with the floor space ratio controls pursuant to clauses 4.4 and 6.14 of the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012.

(C)      The concept proposal is capable of satisfying the relevant objectives of Sydney Development Control Plan 2012 (the DCP).

(D)      The concept proposal and Design Excellence Strategy establish a concept building envelope and suitable parameters for a competitive design process. Subject to the recommended conditions, the proposed envelopes can accommodate a detailed building design of an appropriate bulk and scale, that responds to the character of the area and which is capable of achieving design excellence.

(E)      Condition 26 was amended to address the concerns of surrounding building owners.

(F)      Schedule 3 of the Public Benefit Offer and Draft Voluntary Planning Agreement was amended to ensure the land is dedicated free of contamination.

Carried unanimously.

D/2020/45

Speakers

Cameron Douglas, Simon Meilak, Tim Beattie (City West Housing), Matthew Parkinson (JBS&G for City West Housing), Damien Eames (1 Danks Street), Marc Wilson (1 Danks Street) and Kith Clark (Dahua Group) addressed the meeting of the Central Sydney Planning Committee on Item 5.

Tom Goode (Ethos Urban) and  Jason Clay (Senversa) – on behalf of the applicant, addressed the meeting of the Central Sydney Planning Committee on Item 5.

Lead officer: Ben Chamie


22/07/2021 - Development Application: 413-415 Sussex Street and 82-84 Dixon Street, Haymarket - D/2020/1386 ref: 2978    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Central Sydney Planning Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2021 - Central Sydney Planning Committee

Decision published: 22/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

Moved by the Chair (the Lord Mayor), seconded by Mr Persson -

It is resolved that:

(A)      the requirement of Section 51N of the City of Sydney Act 1988 to consult with the Central Sydney Traffic and Transport Committee not apply in this instance as the proposal does not require, nor might reasonably be expected to require, the carrying out of road works or traffic control works that are likely to have a significant impact on traffic and transport in the Sydney CBD;

(B)      the variation requested to the height of buildings standard and motorcycle parking standard in accordance with Clause 4.6 'Exceptions to development standards' of the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 be upheld;

(C)      the requirement under Clause 6.21 of the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 requiring a competitive design process is considered unreasonable or unnecessary in the circumstances;

(D)      the requirement under Clause 7.20 of the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 requiring a preparation of a development control plan is considered unreasonable or unnecessary in the circumstances; and

(E)      pursuant to Section 4.16(3) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, a deferred commencement consent be granted to Development Application No. D/2020/1386 subject to the conditions set out in Attachment A to the subject report, subject to the following amendment (additions shown in bold italics):

(21)        LOADING DOCK MANAGEMENT PLAN

Prior to the issue of a construction certificate, a loading dock management plan is to be prepared, including consideration of the future adjoining development being served by the loading dock. The Loading Dock Management Plan is to be submitted to the Director City Planning, Development and Transport for approval. 

(Remaining conditions to be renumbered accordingly)

Reasons for Decision

The application was approved for the following reasons:

(A)      The proposal is consistent with the objectives of the B8 Metropolitan Zone.

(B)      The proposal generally satisfies the relevant controls relating to student accommodation and boarding house uses.

(C)      The development conserves two traditional shops and conserves in perpetuity an existing space and chattels of historic significance, with public access, held in high regard by the Chinese community.

(D)      The proposal, subject to conditions, satisfies the provisions of clause 6.21 of the Sydney LEP 2012.

(E)      Based upon the material available to the Committee at the time of determining this application, the Committee is satisfied that:

(i)         the applicant’s written request has adequately addressed the matters required to be demonstrated by clause 4.6(3) of the Sydney LEP 2012, that compliance with the height of buildings development standard is  unreasonable or unnecessary and that there are sufficient planning grounds to justify contravening clause 4.3 of the Sydney LEP 2012;

(ii)        the applicant's written request has adequately addressed the matters required to be demonstrated by clause 29 of the ARHSEPP, that compliance with motorcycle provision standard is unreasonable or unnecessary and that there are sufficient planning grounds to justify no motorcycle provision: and

(iii)      the applicant's written request has adequately addressed the matters required to be demonstrated by clause 29 of the ARHSEPP, that floor space bonus applies to the site; and

(iv)      the proposal is in the public interest because it is consistent with the objectives of the B8 Metropolitan zone.

(F)      Condition 21 was added to enable the consideration of access to another loading dock through the driveway.

Carried unanimously.

D/2020/1386

Speakers

Michael Williams (Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture), Daphne Lowe Kelly (Museum of Sydney), Ann Toy (objector), Malcolm Oakes (Chinese Australian Historical Society), David Burdon (National Trust of Australia), Hector Abrahams  (Hector Abrahams Architects), Tristan Ryan (Hector Abrahams Architects) and Giovanni Cirillo (Planning Lab) addressed the meeting of the Central Sydney Planning Committee on Item 6.

James Philips (Weir Philips Heritage and Planning) and Ian Cady (Mecone) – on behalf of the applicant, addressed the meeting of the Central Sydney Planning Committee on Item 6.

Lead officer: Erin Cashman


22/07/2021 - Public Exhibition - Planning Proposal – Botany Road Precinct – Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 and Sydney Development Control Plan 2012 Amendment ref: 2979    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Central Sydney Planning Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2021 - Central Sydney Planning Committee

Decision published: 22/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

Moved by the Chair (the Lord Mayor), seconded by Councillor Thalis -

It is resolved that:

(A)      the Central Sydney Planning Committee approve Planning Proposal – Botany Road Precinct, shown at Attachment A to the subject report, for submission to the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment with a request for a Gateway Determination;

(B)      the Central Sydney Planning Committee approve Planning Proposal – Botany Road Precinct, shown at Attachment A to the subject report for public authority consultation and public exhibition in accordance with any conditions imposed under the Gateway Determination;

(C)      the Central Sydney Planning Committee note the recommendation to Council’s Transport, Heritage and Planning Committee on 19 July 2021 that Council seek authority from the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment to exercise the delegation of all functions under the relevant local plan making authority under Section 3.36 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 to make the local environmental plan and put into effect the Planning Proposal – Botany Road Precinct;

(D)      the Central Sydney Planning Committee note the recommendation to Council’s Transport, Heritage and Planning Committee on 19 July 2021 that Council approve draft Development Control Plan - Botany Road Precinct, shown at Attachment B to the subject report, for public authority consultation and public exhibition together with the planning proposal; and

(E)      authority be delegated to the Chief Executive Officer to make any minor variations to Planning Proposal – Botany Road Precinct and draft Development Control Plan – Botany Road Precinct, to correct any drafting errors or to ensure consistency with the Gateway Determination.

Carried unanimously.

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Lead officer: Rebecca Jacobs


22/07/2021 - Development Application: 18-32A Darlinghurst Road, Potts Point - D/2020/916 ref: 2976    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Central Sydney Planning Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2021 - Central Sydney Planning Committee

Decision published: 22/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

Moved by the Chair (the Lord Mayor), seconded by Ms Galvin -

It is resolved that:

(A)      the variation requested to height of buildings development standard in accordance with Clause 4.6 'Exceptions to development standards' of the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012 be upheld; and

(B)      pursuant to Section 4.16(3) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, a deferred commencement consent be granted to Development Application No. D/2020/916 subject to the conditions set out in Attachment A to the subject report.

Reasons for Decision

The application was approved for the following reasons:

(A)      The development complies with the objectives of the B2 Local Centre zone pursuant to the Sydney Local Environment Plan 2012.

(B)      The development is consistent with the permitted floor space ratio pursuant to clauses 4.4 and 6.21 of Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012.

(C)      Based upon the material available to the Committee at the time of determining this application, the Committee is satisfied that:

(i)         the applicant’s written request has adequately addressed the matters required  under clause 4.6(3) of the Sydney LEP 2012, that compliance with the height of buildings development standard is unreasonable or unnecessary and that there are sufficient planning grounds to justify contravening clause 4.3 of the Sydney LEP 2012; and

(ii)        the proposal is in the public interest because it is consistent with the objectives of the B2 Local Centre zone and the height of buildings development standard.

(C)      The development demonstrates design excellence pursuant to clause 6.21 of Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012.

(D)      The development is generally consistent with the Design Quality Principles and the objectives of the Apartment Design Guide as per the State Environmental Planning Policy No 65 - Design Quality of Residential Apartment Development.

(E)      The development is consistent with the objectives of the Sydney Development Control Plan 2012.

Carried unanimously.

D/2020/916

Speakers

Martin Denny (Kinsley Hall Strata Committee), Kerry Needs (2011 Residents’ Association), Carole Ferrier (2011 Residents’ Association), and Patrick McGrath (2011 Residents’ Association) addressed the meeting of the Central Sydney Planning Committee on Item 4.

Kristy Hodgkinson (Hamptons Property Services), Tim Greer (TZG), Warwick Bowyer (Iris Capital), Ksenia Totoeva (TZG), Anital Panov (panovscott Architects) and Andrew Scott (panovscott Architects) – on behalf of the applicant, addressed the meeting of the Central Sydney Planning Committee on Item 4.

 

Lead officer: Matthew Girvan


15/07/2021 - Mobile Crane - Temporary Road Closure - Pitt Street Sydney ref: 2950    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/294715

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the temporary road closure of Pitt Street, Sydney, between Liverpool Street and Goulburn, from 6am to 6pm on Saturday 31 July 2021 and Sunday 1 August 2021, subject to the following conditions:

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the temporary road closure conditions as mentioned in Schedule B of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must comply with any other conditions imposed by City’s Construction Regulation Unit.

(C)       The Applicant has indicated the 28 and 29 August 2021 as a contingency date.

(D)       The Applicant must contact the Sydney City PAC to discuss deployment of user pay police for the road closure.

(E)       The Applicant is to obtain a Road Occupancy Licence from the Transport Management Centre prior to commencement of works.

(F)        The Applicant must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed closure and include contact details in the notification letters to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

(G)       The Applicant must contact Sydney Buses and arrange and pay for the rerouting of bus services around the closure, the temporary relocation of bus stops and any additional staff required.

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Sydney City PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation and noted the amended TCP detouring traffic from Castlereagh Street to Elizabeth Street, Sydney.

Background

Applicant has applied for the temporary road closure of Pitt Street, Sydney, between Liverpool Street and Goulburn, from 6am to 6pm on Saturday 31 July 2021 and Sunday 1 August 2021.

Lead officer: Claudia Calabro


15/07/2021 - Late Item - Road Works - Temporary Road Closure - Little Eveleigh Street, Redfern ref: 2974    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/307673

Recommendations

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the temporary road closure of Little Eveleigh Street, Redfern between Lawson Street and Ivy Lane from 28 August 2021 until completion of project (approximately 6-8 months) (24 hours, 7 days a week), subject to the following conditions:

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the temporary road closure conditions as mentioned in Schedule B of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must comply with any other conditions imposed by City’s Construction Regulation Unit.

(C)       The Applicant must contact the South Sydney PAC to discuss deployment of user pay police for the road closure.

(D)       The Applicant must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed closure and include contact details in the notification letters to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – South Sydney PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Newtown

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

Novo Rail (on behalf of Transport for NSW) has applied for the temporary road closure of Little Eveleigh Street, Redfern between Lawson Street and Ivy Lane from 28 August 2021 until completion of project (approximately 6-8 months) (24 hours, 7 days a week).

Pedestrian access will be maintained via both footways within the street.

Comments

The proposed temporary road closure is required to enable street upgrade works to Little Eveleigh Street as part of the Redfern Station upgrade.

The temporary road closure will affect all properties along Little Eveleigh Street, however, pedestrian access will be maintained via both footways within the street at all times.

All kerb space parking will be removed, but residents will have access to an off-street carpark installed by TfNSW for the duration of the construction project. Access to the car park for residents will be via Wilson Street and provisions for disability parking will be available in the car park.

The road closure will require the cycleway from Wilson Street to be temporarily diverted into mixed traffic arrangements along Ivy, Abercrombie and Lawson Streets.

The University Shuttle Bus has already been moved from Little Eveleigh Street into Gibbons Street, adjacent to the Railway Station, so that this service will not be impacted by the road closure. 

The existing car share space in Little Eveleigh Street will be temporarily withdrawn as two car share spaces already exist in Lawson Street and one in Abercrombie Street in the near vicinity.

All residents along the street have been consulted by TfNSW and Novo Rail and are aware of the impacts

This is to allow a proposed Shared Zone to be constructed as part of the Redfern Station upgrade involving the new pedestrian bridge.

Consultation

The Applicant has already notified affected stakeholders as stipulated in Schedule B.

Financial

All costs associated with the proposed closure will be borne by the applicant.

claudia calabro, traffic works coordinator

 


15/07/2021 - Other Authorities - Traffic Treatment - Temporary Road Closure - George Street, The Rocks ref: 2973    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2020/382662

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the extension of the temporary road closure of the northbound lane of George Street, The Rocks, between Argyle and Globe Streets, until 31 August 2021.

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Place Management NSW

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Sydney City PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

George Street, The Rocks, between Globe Street and Argyle Street, was presented to the LPCTCC and the CSTTC and approved on a month to month basis from 8 July 2020 in support for businesses and tenants during the COVID19 response.

Dated back till 17 July, Place Management NSW submitted a request to the LPCTCC for out of session approval to extend this northbound closure until 3 August. The City of Sydney, NSW Police, Transport NSW and the Representative for the Member for Sydney advised no objection to the continuation of this arrangement on a month to month basis.

This proposal is for the:

·            Closed northbound carriageway closure of George Street, The Rocks, between Globe Street and Argyle Street until 31 July 2021.

·            Parking, loading zone and mail zone changes on the western side of George Street between Argyle Street and Globe Street until 31 July 2021.

NOTES:

PMNSW will following consultation with Port Authority NSW and TfNSW regarding the return of Overseas Passenger Terminal cruise vessel operations.

Lead officer: Van Le


15/07/2021 - Other Authorities - Parking - Outdoor Dining - Cumberland, Gloucester and Harrington Streets, The Rocks ref: 2972    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2020/552571

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the reallocation of kerb space for outdoor dining in Cumberland, Gloucester and Harrington Streets, The Rocks, until 30 April 2022.

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

Place Management NSW

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Sydney City PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

PMNSW is partnering with Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA) and the City of Sydney (CoS) to deliver a pilot that will streamline outdoor alcohol licensing requirements for venues. The Rocks hotels and restaurants have been put forward as the initial priority focus to trial new regulations to assist local tenants in The Rocks for extended trading.

An on-site meeting was held 29th September 2020 at The Australian Hotel with TfNSW, CoS, Police Licensing, Avert Risk and PMNSW to discuss this activation and review streamlining similar future activations under the pilot program.

The areas have been established / set up since October 2020 under the approved terms of use and have had no impacts on existing traffic, parking or loading zones and are planned to be in place until 30th April 2022.

This proposal is for the endorsement by LPCTCC of the existing activities until 30 April 2022.

Location 1: Adjacent to The Glenmore Hotel (western side of Cumberland Street, north of Argyle Street).

Location 2: Adjacent to The Australian Hotel (western side of Cumberland Street, south of Gloucester Street.)

Location 3 is located adjacent to Maybe Sammy at 111 Harrington St (western side of Harrington Street, North of Essex Street.)

The requested bays in 1 & 2 locations are 4 x Parking Bays. Location 3 is 3 spaces but HVM is utilising the first space and 2 remaining spaces activated. (Total of 11 x Bays.)

Lead officer: Van Le


15/07/2021 - Street Event - Temporary Road Closures - Vivid Sydney 2021 ref: 2948    Item Deferred

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/062663

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the temporary road closures for Vivid Sydney 2021 from 6 to 28 August 2021 subject to the following conditions:-

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the temporary road closure conditions as stipulated in Schedule A of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must contact the Sydney City PAC to discuss deployment of user pay police for the event.

(C)       The Applicant must contact the City’s Venue Management Unit to discuss the event.

(D)       The Applicant is to obtain a Road Occupancy Licence from the Transport Management Centre prior to commencement of works.

(E)       The Applicant must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed event and include contact details in the notification letters to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

(F)       The Applicant must contact Sydney Buses and arrange and pay for the rerouting of bus services around the closures, the temporary relocation of bus stops and any additional staff required.

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

 

 

Place Management NSW

 

 

Transport for NSW

 

 

NSW Police – Sydney City PAC

 

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

 

 

 

Advice

The Committee noted that Vivid Sydney 2021 has been postponed due to Covid-19 lockdown.

 

 

Background

Destination NSW has applied for temporary road closures for Vivid Sydney 2021 from 6 to 28 August 2021.

Lead officer: Van Le


15/07/2021 - Traffic Treatment - Traffic Signals and Separated Cycleway - Epsom Road and Link Road, Zetland ref: 2971    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/297788

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee note the installation of traffic signals at the intersection of Epsom Road, Link Road and Bunmarra Street, Zetland.

It is also recommended that the Committee endorse the installation of the following treatments:

(A)       A 2.4 metre wide separated cycleway on the southern side of Epsom Road, Rosebery between Bunmarra Street and a point 102.3 metres west of Bunmarra Street;

(B)       A shared path on the southern side of Epsom Road, Rosebery between the points 102.3 metres west of Bunmarra Street and Dalmeny Avenue;

(C)       A 2.4 metre wide separated cycleway on the southern side of Epsom Road, Rosebery between Bunmarra Street and a point 107.1 metres east of Bunmarra Street;

(D)       A shared environment on the southern side of Epsom Road, Rosebery between the points 109.7 metres and 124.3 metres east of Bunmarra Street;

(E)       Removal of the existing raised threshold on Epsom Road, Zetland between the points 42.5 metres and 52.7 metres east of Link Road;

(F)        The reallocation of parking on the northern side of Epsom Road, Zetland between Link Road and 25.6 metres east of Link Road, as "No Stopping";

(G)       The reallocation of parking on the northern side of Epsom Road, Zetland between the points 25.6 metres and 40.1 metres east of Link Road, as "Bus Zone"; and

(H)       The allocation of parking on the southern side of Epsom Road, Rosebery between Bunmarra Street and the point 83 metres east of Bunmarra Street, as "No Stopping";

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – South Sydney PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Heffron

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

 

Background

As part of the development of 67-77 Epsom Road, Rosebery (D/2015/624) the developer is required to upgrade the existing roundabout at Epsom Road and Link Road to provide new traffic signals.  A new road, known as “Bunmarra Street” connecting to Epsom Road, opposite Link Road, is also to be provided with a separated cycleway on the southern side of Epsom Road, east of Dalmeny Avenue.

Lead officer: Eoin Cunningham


15/07/2021 - Item for Committee Information - Mobile Crane - Temporary Road Closure - Reservoir Street, Surry Hills ref: 2947    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/199093

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee note the temporary road closure of Reservoir Street, Surry Hills, between Mary Street and Elizabeth Street, from 7am to 7pm on Sunday 11 July 2021, subject to the following conditions:

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the temporary road closure conditions as mentioned in Schedule B of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must comply with any other conditions imposed by City’s Construction Regulation Unit.

(C)       The Applicant has indicated the 18 July 2021 as a contingency date.

(D)       The Applicant must contact the Surry Hills PAC to discuss deployment of user pay police for the road closure.

(E)       The Applicant is to obtain a Road Occupancy Licence from the Transport Management Centre prior to commencement of works.

(F)        The Applicant must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed closure and include contact details in the notification letters to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

         ü

 

Transport for NSW

         ü

 

NSW Police – Surry Hills PAC

         ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

         ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee carried the recommendation unanimously out of session

Background

Rhino Traffic Control Services Pty Ltd has applied for the temporary road closure Reservoir Street, Surry Hills, between Mary Street and Elizabeth Street, from 7am to 7pm on Sunday 11 July 2021.

Lead officer: Claudia Calabro


15/07/2021 - Parking - No Parking - Ridge Lane, Surry Hills ref: 2959    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/282311

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the allocation of parking on the southern side of Ridge Lane, Surry Hills, between the points 25.5 metres and 30.5 metres (one car space) west of the 90° bend in Ridge Lane, as "No Parking".

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Surry Hills PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Newtown

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

A resident of Ridge Street, Surry Hills has requested consideration of "No Parking" in Ridge Lane, to improve rear lane access to their garage.

Lead officer: Tim Le


15/07/2021 - Works Zone - Brodrick Street, Camperdown ref: 2954    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/257826

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the reallocation of the kerb space as follows:

(A)       On the northern side of Brodrick Street, between the points 22 metres and 46 metres (three car spaces) east of Church Street as, "No Parking", and

(B)       On the southern side of Brodrick Street, between the points 34 metres and 53 metres (three car spaces) as, “Loading Zone 7.30am-5pm Mon-Fri, 7.30am-4pm Sat”, and

(C)       On the southern side of Brodrick Street, between the points 53 metres and 65 metres (one car space) as, “Works Zone 7.30am-5.30pm Mon-Fri, 7.30am-3.30pm Sat” and “No Parking At Other Times”;

subject to the following conditions:

1.          The Applicant must comply with the Works Zone conditions as stipulated in Schedule C of this agenda.

2.          The Applicant is not permitted to operate any part of a crane over a public road or hoist/swing goods from a Works Zone across or over any part of a public road by means of a lift, hoist or crane unless a separate approval has been obtained from the City's Construction and Building Certification Services Unit as required under Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993 and Section 138 of the Roads Act 1993.

3.          The Applicant must maintain a clear 3.0 metre travel lane in Brodrick Street for vehicular traffic during the hours the Works Zone is in operation.

4.          The Applicant must notify adjacent properties of the Works Zone at least 14 days prior to installation and must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed Works Zone and include contact details in the notification letter to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Inner West PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Newtown

ü

 

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

Imagecorp Australia has requested a 12 metre long Works Zone in Brodrick Street, Camperdown.

The Works Zone is to facilitate construction works at 13 Brodrick Street.

Lead officer: Tim Le


15/07/2021 - Mobile Crane - Temporary Road Closure - King Street, Sydney ref: 2949    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/242575

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the temporary road closure of King Street, Sydney, between Pitt Street and Castlereagh Street, (four lanes), from 9pm to 5am on Saturday 31 July 2021, subject to the following conditions:

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the temporary road closure conditions as mentioned in Schedule B of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must comply with any other conditions imposed by City’s Construction Regulation Unit.

(C)       The Applicant has indicated the 1 August 2021 as a contingency date.

(D)       The Applicant must contact the Sydney City PAC to discuss deployment of user pay police for the road closure.

(E)       The Applicant is to obtain a Road Occupancy Licence from the Transport Management Centre prior to commencement of works.

(F)        The Applicant must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed closure and include contact details in the notification letters to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

 

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Sydney City PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

Forge Venture Management has applied for the temporary road closure of King Street, Sydney, between Pitt Street and Castlereagh Street, (four lanes), from 9pm to 5am on Saturday 31 July 2021.

Lead officer: Claudia Calabro


15/07/2021 - Road Works - Temporary Road Closure - Chisholm Street Darlinghurst ref: 2952    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/238671

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the temporary road closure of Chisholm Street, Darlinghurst, between Hannam Street and Taylor Street, (two lanes), from 7.30am to 5pm on Monday 2 August 2021 and Tuesday 3 August 2021, subject to the following conditions:

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the temporary road closure conditions as mentioned in Schedule B of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must comply with any other conditions imposed by City’s Construction Regulation Unit.

(C)       The Applicant has indicated the 9 and 10 August 2021 as a contingency date.

(D)       The Applicant must contact the Surry Hills PAC to discuss deployment of user pay police for the road closure.

(E)       The Applicant must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed closure and include contact details in the notification letters to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

 

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Surry Hills PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

Applicant has applied for the temporary road closure of Chisholm Street, Darlinghurst, between Hannam Street and Taylor Street (two lanes) from 7.30am to 5pm on Monday 2 August 2021 and Tuesday 3 August 2021.

Lead officer: Claudia Calabro


15/07/2021 - Works Zone - Albion Street, Surry Hills ref: 2953    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/255638

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the reallocation of the kerb space on the southern side of Albion Street, Surry Hills, between the points 58.5 metres and 72 metres west of Bourke Street as "Works Zone 7.30am-5.30pm Mon-Fri, 7.30am-3.30pm Sat" and "2P 5.30pm-10pm Mon-Fri, 3.30pm-10pm Sat, 8am-10pm Sun Permit Holders Excepted Area 18", subject to the following conditions:

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the Works Zone conditions as stipulated in Schedule C of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must obtain separate approval from the City's Tree Management Team prior to implementation of the Works Zone.

(C)       The Applicant is not permitted to operate any part of a crane over a public road or hoist/swing goods from a Works Zone across or over any part of a public road by means of a lift, hoist or crane unless a separate approval has been obtained from the City's Construction and Building Certification Services Unit as required under Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993 and Section 138 of the Roads Act 1993.

(D)       The Applicant must notify adjacent properties of the Works Zone at least 14 days prior to installation and must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed Works Zone and include contact details in the notification letter to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Surry Hills PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

Goodmanors Pool & Garden has requested a 13.5 metre long Works Zone in Albion Street, Surry Hills.

The Works Zone is to facilitate construction works at 177A Albion Street, Surry Hills.

Lead officer: Tim Le


15/07/2021 - Parking - No Parking - Mitchell Lane, Alexandria ref: 2963    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/246146

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the allocation of kerb space in Mitchell Lane, Alexandria, south of Brown Street as follows:

(A)       On the western side, between the points 30 metres and 38.5 metres (one car space), as "No Parking", and

(B)       On the eastern side, between the points 20 metres and 43 metres (four car spaces), as "No Parking".

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – South Sydney PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Heffron

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

A resident of Mitchell Road, Alexandria has requested consideration of "No Parking" in Mitchell Lane, to improve rear lane access to their garage.

Lead officer: Tim Le


15/07/2021 - Parking - No Parking - Victoria Lane, Beaconsfield ref: 2962    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/245998

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the allocation of parking on the eastern side of Victoria Lane, Beaconsfield, between the points 90 metres and 99 metres (two car spaces) south of Johnson Street as "No Parking".

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – South Sydney PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Heffron

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

A resident of Queen Street, Beaconsfield has requested consideration of "No Parking" in Victoria Lane, to improve rear lane access to their garages.

Lead officer: Tim Le


15/07/2021 - Parking - Loading Zone - Wyndham Street, Alexandria ref: 2965    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/253162

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the allocation of parking on the eastern side of Wyndham Street, Alexandria, between the points 10 metres and 19 metres (two car spaces) south of Henderson Road as "Loading Zone 8.30am-6pm Mon-Fri, 8.30am-12.30pm Sat".

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – South Sydney PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Heffron

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

The City has received a request from a local business for a Loading Zone in Wyndham Street, Alexandria to assist with deliveries.

Lead officer: Tim Le


15/07/2021 - Item for Committee Information - Outdoor dining - Various locations ref: 2946    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

X037861

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee note the reallocation of parking to "No Stopping" for the installation of an outdoor dining area at various City streets.

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Sydney City PAC, Surry Hills PAC and Kings Cross PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney and Newtown

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

On 2 October 2020, the City and NSW Government announced a $20 million joint funding partnership to boost the city centre economy, support businesses and creatives and invite the public safely back into the city.

 

Lead officer: Ganesh Vengadasalam


15/07/2021 - Parking - No Parking - Lindsay Lane, Darlinghurst ref: 2961    Item Deferred

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2020/568931

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the allocation of parking on the western side of Lindsay Lane, Darlinghurst, between the points 10 metres and 34 metres (four car spaces), north of Boundary Street as "No Parking".

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

 

 

Transport for NSW

 

 

NSW Police – Kings Cross PAC

 

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

 

 

Advice

The Item was deferred.

Background

A resident of Barcom Avenue has requested consideration to remove parking in Lindsay Lane, Darlinghurst, to improve laneway access.

Lead officer: Clement Lim


15/07/2021 - Works Zone - York Street, Sydney ref: 2957    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/239540

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the reallocation of kerb space on the eastern side of York Street, Sydney, between the points 25.7 metres and 55.7 metres, south of King Street as “Works Zone 7am-7pm Mon-Fri 7am-5pm Sat” and “No Parking Coaches Excepted 15 Minute Limit All Other Times”, subject to the following conditions:

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the Works Zone conditions as stipulated in Schedule C of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must obtain separate approval from the City's Tree Management Team prior to implementation of the Works Zone.

(C)       The Applicant is not permitted to operate any part of a crane over a public road or hoist/swing goods from a Works Zone across or over any part of a public road by means of a lift, hoist or crane unless a separate approval has been obtained from the City's Construction and Building Certification Services Unit as required under Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993 and Section 138 of the Roads Act 1993.

(D)       The Applicant must notify adjacent properties of the Works Zone at least 14 days prior to installation and must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed Works Zone and include contact details in the notification letter to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

(E)       The Applicant must work with The Grace Hotel to accommodate coach parking in the Works Zone during the Works Zone times.

(F)        Should the demand for coach parking increase and the Applicant can no longer accommodate coach parking in the Works Zone, the kerb space on the eastern side of York Street, Sydney, between the points 55.7 metres and 87.7 metres, south of King Street will be reallocated as “No Parking Coaches Excepted 15 Minute Limit".

(G)       The Applicant must submit a Construction Traffic Management Plan to be approved by the City and Transport for New South Wales.

(H)       The applicant must reinstate the footpath to the satisfaction of the City’s Public Domain team following the removal of the Works Zone.

 

 

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Sydney City PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

ü

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

Ceerose has requested a 30-metre Works Zone in York Street, Sydney, to carry out construction works at 32-36 York Street.

Lead officer: Clement Lim


15/07/2021 - Traffic Treatment - Continuous Footpath Treatment - Tudor Street, Surry Hills ref: 2969    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/247900

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the installation of the following treatments in Surry Hills:

(A)       A continuous footpath treatment across Tudor Street, just east of Riley Street; and

(B)       A 2.1 metre wide footpath widening on the eastern side of Riley Street between Tudor Street and the points 10 metres north and 10 metres south of Tudor Street.

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Surry Hills PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Newtown

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

Existing kerb extensions on Tudor Street, Surry Hills at Riley Street are approaching the end of their asset life and require reconstruction. The City is proposing to reconstruct the kerb extensions to include a continuous footpath treatment across Tudor Street, just east of Riley Street. This will improve pedestrian safety, accessibility, slow vehicle speeds and enhance the streetscape.

Lead officer: Hassan Choudhry


15/07/2021 - Parking - No Parking NSW Health Vehicles Excepted - Layton Street, Camperdown ref: 2964    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/241475

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the following reallocation of parking in Layton Street, Camperdown, as:

(A)       "No Parking NSW Health Vehicles Excepted" on the western side, between the points 10 metres and 22 metres, south of Isabella Street; and

(B)       1P 10am-10pm Mon-Fri Permit Holders Excepted Area G" on the eastern side, between the points 12.7 metres and 18.7 metres, north of Purkis Street.

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Leichhardt PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Balmain

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

NSW Health has requested consideration for pick-up and set-down parking for their vehicles in Layton Street, Camperdown.

Lead officer: Clement Lim


15/07/2021 - Traffic Treatment - Speed Cushions - Walker Street, Redfern ref: 2968    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/225768

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the installation of speed cushions in Walker Street, Redfern at a point 10 metres south of James Street.

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – South Sydney PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Newtown

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation and will investigate the proposal for additional speed cushions in Walker Street, Redfern.

Background

The City received a petition signed by 31 residents seeking support for traffic calming measures in Walker Street, Redfern. The petition raised concerns about vehicles speeding in Walker Street.

 

Lead officer: Hassan Choudhry


15/07/2021 - Parking - No Parking - Arthur Street, Surry Hills ref: 2958    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/225653

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the allocation of parking on the southern side of Arthur Street, Surry Hills between the points 13.9 metres and 23.8 metres (two car spaces) east of Riley Street, as "No Parking The Girls & Boys Brigade Buses Excepted 8am-6pm".

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Surry Hills PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Newtown

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

The Girls and Boys Brigade has requested consideration of "No Parking Girls and Boys Brigade Buses Excepted 8am-6pm” in Arthur Street, Surry Hills to facilitate safer access for children to travel to and from the brigade centre by bus.

Lead officer: Hassan Choudhry


15/07/2021 - Parking - Timed Parking - Moore Park Road, Centennial Park ref: 2966    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/266457

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the allocation of parking on the southern side of Moore Park Road, Centennial Park between the points 50 metres and 255 metres west of Cook Road (34 car spaces) as "1P 7pm-6am Permit Holders Excepted Area 13".

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Surry Hills PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Heffron

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

In May 2021, Council approved continuing the operation of the existing pop-up cycleway on Moore Park Road, Centennial Park for up to two years. The Council report noted that to address community concerns raised during the operation of the pop-up cycleway, it was proposed to implement overnight parking along the southern side of Moore Park Road between Cook Road and Poate Road, subject to endorsement by the Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee.

Lead officer: Justin Murphy


15/07/2021 - Traffic Treatment - Shared Path - Rothschild Avenue, Rosebery ref: 2970    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/235762

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the installation of a Shared Path on the eastern side of Rothschild Avenue, Rosebery between Epsom Road and Crewe Place.

 

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – South Sydney PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Heffron

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

The City is committed to encouraging people to ride bicycles more often and safely. The City is improving the safety and amenity of cycling infrastructure by making bicycle riding a real and convenient option for short local trips.

A Shared Path is proposed on Rothschild Avenue to improve rider safety by providing an off-road alternative to Rothschild Avenue for 370 metres to Crewe Place.

From that point onwards, Crewe Place and Primrose Avenue offer a quiet street alternative to Rothchild Avenue to continue south to the bicycle crossing at Gardeners Road to reach the Bayside Council bike network.

Lead officer: Justin Murphy


15/07/2021 - Parking - No Parking - Charles Street, Redfern ref: 2960    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/002038

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the reallocation of parking on the northern side of Charles Street, Redfern between the points 8 metres and 12 metres (one car space) east of Mount Street as "No Stopping".

Voting Members for this Item

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – South Sydney PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Newtown

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

A resident of Charles Street, Redfern has requested consideration of "No Stopping" in the street to access their off-street parking.

Lead officer: Michael Rimac


15/07/2021 - Works Zone - Surrey Street, Darlinghurst ref: 2955    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/237322

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the reallocation of the kerb space on the northern side of Surrey Street, Darlinghurst between the points 20 metres and 30 metres east of Nimrod Street as "Works Zone 7.30am-5.30pm Mon-Fri 7.30am-5.30pm Sat" and "1P Ticket 5.30pm-12 Midnight Mon-Fri 3.30pm-12 Midnight Sat 8am-12 Midnight Sun & Public Holidays Permit Holders Excepted Area 17", subject to the following conditions:

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the Works Zone conditions as stipulated in Schedule C of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must obtain separate approval from the City's Tree Management Team prior to implementation of the Works Zone.

(C)       The Applicant is not permitted to operate any part of a crane over a public road or hoist/swing goods from a Works Zone across or over any part of a public road by means of a lift, hoist or crane unless a separate approval has been obtained from the City's Construction and Building Certification Services Unit as required under Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993 and Section 138 of the Roads Act 1993.

(D)       The Applicant must notify adjacent properties of the Works Zone at least 14 days prior to installation and must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed Works Zone and include contact details in the notification letter to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Kings Cross PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

Wrightson & Co Pty Ltd has requested a 10 metre long Works Zone in Surrey Street, Darlinghurst, to facilitate construction works at 89 Surrey Street.

Lead officer: Tanz Alam


15/07/2021 - Parking - Ticket and Motorbike Parking - Poplar and Pelican Streets, Surry Hills ref: 2967    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/211777

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the reallocation of parking in Surry Hills as follows:

(A)       On the northern side of Poplar Street, between the points 11.5 and 18.6 metres (one car space) east of Brisbane Street, as "2P Ticket 8am-6pm Mon-Fri, 4P Ticket 6pm-10pm Mon-Fri, 8am-10pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, Permit Holders Excepted Area 18";

(B)       On the southern side of Poplar Street, between the points 14.4 metres and 20.3 metres (one car space) east of Brisbane Street, as "2P Ticket 8am-6pm Mon-Fri, 4P Ticket 6pm-10pm Mon-Fri, 8am-10pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays , Permit Holders Excepted Area 18";

(C)       On the southern side of Poplar Street, between the points 48 metres and 59.1 metres (two car spaces) east of Brisbane Street, as "2P Ticket 8am-6pm Mon-Fri, 4P Ticket 6pm-10pm Mon-Fri, 8am-10pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, Permit Holders Excepted Area 18";

(D)       On the western side of Pelican Street, between the points 29.9 metres and 36.7 metres (one car space) south of Oxford Street, as "2P Ticket 8am-6pm Mon-Fri, 4P Ticket 6pm-10pm Mon-Fri, 8am-10pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays", and

(E)       On the eastern side of Pelican Street, between the points 11.5 metres and 31.5 metres (three car space) south of Oxford Street, as "Motor Bikes Only".

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

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NSW Police – Surry Hills PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Sydney

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

The City has received a submission to consolidate the existing short sections of motorbike parking on Poplar and Pelican Streets, Surry Hills to reduce the noise from motorbikes circulating between the different sections of parking to find an available space.

It is also proposed to update a short section of existing 24 hour ticket parking, permit holders excepted, on the southern side of Poplar Street to align with the hours of operation on the rest of the street and Transport for NSW permit parking guidelines.

 

Lead officer: Eoin Cunningham


15/07/2021 - Works Zone - Wyndham Street, Alexandria ref: 2956    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/207995

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the reallocation of the kerb space on the western side of Wyndham Street, Alexandria between the points 100.6 metres and 110.6 metres south of Henderson Road as "Works Zone 7.30am-5.30pm Mon-Fri 7.30am-3.30pm Sat", subject to the following conditions.

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the Works Zone conditions as stipulated in Schedule C of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must obtain separate approval from the City's Tree Management Team prior to implementation of the Works Zone.

(C)       The Applicant is not permitted to operate any part of a crane over a public road or hoist/swing goods from a Works Zone across or over any part of a public road by means of a lift, hoist or crane unless a separate approval has been obtained from the City's Construction and Building Certification Services Unit as required under Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993 and Section 138 of the Roads Act 1993.

(D)       The Applicant must notify adjacent properties of the Works Zone at least 14 days prior to installation and must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed Works Zone and include contact details in the notification letter to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – South Sydney PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Heffron

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

Decon Australia Pty Ltd has requested a 10 metre long Works Zone in Wyndham Street.

The Works Zone is to facilitate construction works at 75-83 Wyndham Street, Alexandria.

Lead officer: Michael Rimac


15/07/2021 - Mobile Crane - Temporary Road Closure - Bell Street, Glebe ref: 2951    Recommendations Determined

Decision Maker: Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Local Pedestrian, Cycling and Traffic Calming Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

2021/086677

Recommendation

It is recommended that the Committee endorse the temporary road closure of Bell Street, Glebe, between Boyce Lane and Wigram Road, from 7am to 3pm on Monday 26 July 2021, subject to the following conditions:

(A)       The Applicant must comply with the temporary road closure conditions as mentioned in Schedule B of this agenda.

(B)       The Applicant must comply with any other conditions imposed by City’s Construction Regulation Unit.

(C)       The Applicant has indicated the 27 July to 31 July 2021 as contingency dates.

(D)       The Applicant must contact the Leichhardt PAC to discuss deployment of user pay police for the road closure.

(E)       The Applicant must provide a telephone number of the supervisor responsible for the proposed closure and include contact details in the notification letters to be distributed to affected stakeholders.

 

Voting Members for this Item

 

Voting Members

Support

Object

City of Sydney

ü

 

Transport for NSW

ü

 

NSW Police – Leichhardt PAC

ü

 

Representative for the Member for Balmain

ü

 

 

Advice

The Committee unanimously supported the recommendation.

Background

Allyom Traffic Control has applied for the temporary road closure of Bell Street, Glebe, between Boyce Lane and Wigram Road, from 7am to 3pm on Monday 26 July 2021.

Lead officer: Claudia Calabro