Application Details

Contact Person: Planning Officer or Building Officer (as below)
Contact Email: council@charlessturt.sa.gov.au
Contact Telephone: (08) 8408 1111
Please note:
Decision Notifications may take up to five (5) business days to process after the date of the decision.
No site works or building work or changing the use of the land can commence on this development unless notification of Development Approval has been received.
The Minister's fees are calculated at 7% of the Building Rules Consent charges.


Application Details
Application Number252/1585/18
DescriptionSingle storey detached dwelling and garage to the rear
GroupDevelopment Act Applications
CategoryComplying Development
Sub CategoryClass 10a - Garages Verandahs etc, Class 1a - Dwellings, Schedule 4 Development Regulations
Lodgement Date25/07/2018
Stage/DecisionApproved
Development Value/Estimated Cost$400,000.00


Additional Information
Date of Application20/07/2018
Date Received25/07/2018
Assessment timeframe2 week assessment timeframe
DA Decision Date5/11/2018
DPC Decision Date25/07/2018
Planning Decision ByCity of Charles Sturt
Planning Private Certifier 
Date Received by Private Certifier 
Planning Officer 
Building Rules Lodgement Date5/11/2018
BRC Decision Date30/10/2018
Building Decision ByIlias Sotiropoulos/Building Certification Approval
Building Officer 
Building Work Completion 
Building Work Commencement27/02/2019


Name Details
AssociationNameService Address
Applicant3MT Solutions45 Vine Street MAGILL SA 5074


Properties
Address8 Griffiths Street HENLEY BEACH SA 5022
Land DescriptionLot 10 DP 9236 Vol 5368 Fol 884


Related Applications
No information is available.

Events
DescriptionEvent DecisionProcessed Date
PLANNING ASSESSMENTRebecca Gosling25/07/2018
DPC DecisionApproved25/07/2018
BUILDING RULES PROCESSPrivate Certified PBRC31/10/2018
DEVELOPMENT APPROVALApproved5/11/2018


Council Notes for Planning Private Certifiers
No information is available.

Conditions
SynopsisCondition
This approval does not imply approval to alter infrastructure

^^^ The approval for this development DOES NOT imply approval to alter, shift or remove any existing public infrastructure, including street trees and/or landscaping or any other street furniture or features.  Approval to alter any of these must be obtained from Council or the relevant government department or service authority. All costs associated with such alteration are the sole responsibility of the applicant.

 

 

Construction or alteration of footpath gutter kerb or crossover requires additional permit from Council

^^^ You are advised that construction or alteration of any footpath, kerb, gutter or crossover on Council land will require a permit, under the Local Government Act 1999 from Council's Engineering Strategy and Asset Department. It is illegal to undertake work on Council land without permission

 

  If the existing entranceway (driveway cross-over) is to be removed it must be re-instated with kerb and gutter, including appropriate restoration of the footpath and verge, to Council's standard specification. Please contact Council's Engineering Strategy and Asset Department to confirm the required standards.

 

  Driveway cross-overs which affect a pedestrian footpath should maintain the level of the footpath or be consistent with the proposed footpath levels in instances where the footpath has not been constructed. When final Development Approval is applied for this should be shown on the plans. Please note that construction is to be in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Act and relevant Australian Standards.

 

 

Fence Act - notice of removal of fence on common boundary

^^^ You are advised that under the Fences Act you are legally required to give notice for the removal of a fence on the common boundary.  Please refer to the Fences Act for the correct procedural requirements.

 

 

PBRC - Privately Certified

^^^ The Building Rules Consent forming part of this Development Approval has been granted by a private certifier. As such Council does not accept any responsibility for the assessment of this application in accordance with the Building Rules. Any queries regarding the said Building Rules assessment must be directed to the private certifier.

 

 

PBRC - Privately Certified - Amendments

^^^ Any subsequent amendments proposed for the Building Rules Consent must be lodged with the relevant private certifier and where approved, forwarded to Council.  Where any such amendment is not consistent with the Development Plan Consent, an application to vary this Development Approval may be required.

 

 

Mandatory Notification of Construction Stages for Class 1 Buildings

*** Mandatory Notification of Construction Stages for Class 1 Buildings

 

 At least one business days’ notice must be given to Council when the following stages of the building work have been reached:

 

 a. Commencement of building works.

b. After the placement of steel reinforcement in footings and before the commencement of concrete placement.

c. After the completion of any masonry work or any fire wall separating dwellings (where applicable).

d. After the completion of the building work.

 

 All building work shall cease for a period of 24 hours from when any one of the above notifications has been given. Work may resume after the 24 hour period unless a direction indicating otherwise is issued by Council.

 

 e. At least one business days’ notice of the completion of wall or roof framing and before any lining or cladding is installed.

 

  In regard to roof framing:

 

   The Building Work Supervisor’s checklist must be received by Council within 1 day of this notification.

   The roof framing must not be concealed for a period of 2 clear business days from when notification of completion of roof framing has been received by Council. The roof framing may be concealed after the 2 clear business days unless a direction indicating otherwise is issued by Council.

 

 Please note:  A person who fails to give notification of any one of these stages or conceals the roof framing within 2 clear business days from notification is guilty of an offence and may be liable to pay an expiation fee of $500 or be liable to a maximum penalty of $10,000.

 

 

Mandatory Notification of Construction Stages for Class 10a Buildings

*** Mandatory Notification of Construction Stages for Class 10a Buildings

 

  At least one business days’ notice must be given to Council prior to the intended completion of the following stages of building work:

 

  a. The attachment of the verandah/carport to the supporting roof.

 

  In regard to supporting roof framing:

 

   The Building Work Supervisor’s checklist must be received by Council within 1 day of this notification.

   The roof framing must not be concealed for a period of 2 clear business days from when notification of completion of roof framing has been received by Council. The roof framing may be concealed after the 2 clear business days unless a direction indicating otherwise is issued by Council.

 

  A person who fails to give notification at the above stage or conceals the roof framing within two clear business days from notification is guilty of an offence and may be liable to pay an expiation fee of $500 or be liable to a maximum penalty of $10000.

 

 

Builders Written Statement

*** Builder's Written Statement

 

 When the approved work is completed, a written statement from a licensed building work contractor who was responsible for either undertaking or supervising the work must be submitted to the Council before the building is occupied. If there is no such contractor the statement must be issued by a registered building work supervisor, or holder of prescribed qualifications pursuant to Regulation 87 of the Development Regulations.

 

Any such statement must as a minimum declare:

 

 a. That the notifications required under Section 59 of the Act have been given in accordance with the requirements of that section and these regulations; and

b. that the building work has been carried out in accordance with any relevant approval and the provisions of the Building Rules (disregarding any variation of a minor nature which has no adverse effect on the structural soundness or safety of the building, or any variation undertaken with the written consent of the relevant authority).

 

 Your failure to comply with this requirement of the Development Act and Regulations is an offence and you may be prosecuted.

 

 Reason: To comply with Section 59 of the Development Act and Regulations 83, 83A and 83AB

 

 

Builders Indemnity Insurance to Protect Owners

*** Builder's Indemnity Insurance to Protect Owners

 

 You are obligated to lodge with Council a Certificate of Insurance if:

 

  A licensed builder, or sub-contractor, is engaged to perform domestic building work where the value of work exceeds $12,000.

 

 This must be submitted to the Council before giving notice of commencement of the building work.

 

 Your failure to comply with this requirement of the Development Act and Building Work Contractors Act is an offence and you may be prosecuted.

 

 Reason: To comply with the requirements of Regulation 21 of the Development Regulations.

 

 

Private Certifier - Specific Building Conditions

Private Certifiers Conditions (For Notes, please refer to the Private Certifiers Decision Notification)

 

 1. The location of the articulation joints to the masonry wall shall be located in accordance with the engineers control joint layout plan and recommendations.

 

  Reason:  To provide articulation to masonry walls.  BCA - Part P2.1

 

 2. The footing design engineer shall inspect the footing trenches and certify that the founding of the footings are suitable for the proposed dwelling prior to the pouring of the footings.

 

  Reason:  To ensure structural stability and resistance to actions. BCA - Part P2.1

 

 3. The owner of the land on which domestic building work is to be performed must ensure that a copy of a certificate of building indemnity insurance as required by Development Regulation Part 21 (2) and Division 3, Part 5 of the Building Work Contractors Act 1995 in relation to that work is lodged with the Building Certification Approvals (SA) Pty Ltd prior to the commencement of work.  This applies where the contract is valued at $12,000 or more, and you engage a licensed Building Work Contractor.

 

 Owner builders entering into individual contracts valued at $12,000 or more, including a registered building work supervisor engaged to supervise the work are required to lodge a copy of each certificate of insurance to Council prior to commencing building work.

 

  Reason:  To satisfy Development Regulations 2008 - Regulation 21

 

 4. Smoke alarms wired to mains power complying with AS3786-2014 (including a 9 volt battery backup) shall be fixed to the underside of the ceiling and be interconnected where there is more than one alarm, and shall be located:

  (a) between each part of dwelling containing bedrooms and the remainder the of the dwelling; and

  (b) where bedrooms are served by hallway, in that hallway; and

  (c) any other storey not containing bedrooms.

 

  Reason:  To provide occupants detection of smoke complying with BCA - Part 3.7.2 “Smoke Alarms”.

  Storm water drainage must comply with AS/NZS 3500.3-2015.

  Reason:  To prevent storm water damage to building on the site or adjoining premises

 

 

 



Building Rules Consent Charges
No information is available.

Attributes
DescriptionAttribute ClassAttribute Type
Bldg Class 10a Carport verandah shed or the like#ABS 10a
Bldg Class 1a single dwelling semi detached row#ABS 1a
Indemnity Insurance AttributeIndemnity Domestic






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