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3. Standard practices and the requirements of the Planning and Development Act 2007 were followed in notifying the development application. Letters were addressed to all adjoining and opposite lessees. These letters were sent on 25 May 2015. A sign was also placed out front of the subject property, and the development application was available online and through the DA Finder App. An advertisement was also placed in the Canberra Times.
4. Letters of notification were sent to:
a) 38 Kinleyside Crescent (Block 18 Section 6)
b) 34 Kinleyside Crescent (Block 16 Section 6)
c) 21 Kinleyside Crescent (Block 2 Section 5)
d) 23 Kinleyside Crescent (Block 1 Section 5)
e) 51 Belconnen Way (Block 2 Section 6)
f) 49 Belconnen Way (Block 3 Section 6)
g) 47 Belconnen Way (block 4 Section 6)
5. The notice included a description of the development, including the address and Block and Section number, an invitation to provide comment on the development proposed and the timing for making any comment, among other standard information available on all DA notifications.
6. Two written representations were received raising issues around compliance with the Multi Unit Housing Development Code. The Notice of Decision states how many objections were received and the nature of those objections, and is available on the public register.
7. The planning and land authority provided a response to the representations in the notice of Decision, noting and describing how the development complied with the Multi Unit Housing Development Code.
8. No amendments were made to the development application by the applicant. Conditions of approval were imposed by the planning and land authority as part of the DA approval.
9. No development codes were relaxed or set aside when approving the development application. The ACT planning and land authority made a decision to approve the development as it was found to comply with the requirements of the Planning and Development Act 2007 and Territory Plan.
10. Access Canberra Construction, Environment and Workplace Protection officers inspected the 36 Kinleyside Crescent, Weetangera property on 11 March 2016. The inspection revealed that there was no breach under the provisions of the Planning and Development Act 2007 or the Construction Occupations (Licensing) Act 2004. As a result, no further action has been taken on this issue.
(Question No 683)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Urban Renewal, upon notice, on 9 March 2016 (redirected to the Minister for Planning and Land Management):
(1) How many dwellings are located in town centres broken down by (a) town centre and (b) dwelling type.
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