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responsible management outcomes. While no CMP has been prepared for the Fire Station building or associated heritage precinct, heritage guidelines have been made under Part 5 of the Heritage Act 2004. These guidelines set out requirements for the conservation of the Fire Station building and associated residences and landscaping. These heritage guidelines have statutory effect, and are described in the ACT Heritage Register entry for the Precinct.
(4) Works were planned with reference to the heritage significance of the Fire Station building, and were undertaken in accordance with the heritage guidelines set out in the ACT Heritage Register entry. In this instance, consideration included selection of replacement materials that closely reflected the colour and form of the original roof, gable ends and gable end capping.
(5) The Justice and Community Safety Directorate sought preliminary advice on asbestos removal works from ACT Heritage in May 2017. No Heritage Act 2004 approval was sought prior to the commencement of works, as it was considered that works would not diminish the heritage significance of the Fire Station building or the associated heritage precinct.
(Question No 624)
Ms Lee asked the Minister for Planning and Land Management, upon notice, on 15 September 2017:
(1) Were any conditions regarding the completion of the development of Kingston Block 50 Section 19 placed upon the developer of that block; if so, what date for completion was stipulated.
(2) Were any conditions placed upon the lease purchased by Supabarn regarding the establishment of the full-line supermarket in Kingston.
Mr Gentleman: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) The development approval for Block 50 Section 19 Kingston (DA201528018) includes a standard condition that the development has to be completed within two years from the date of commencement of works. As works have not commenced to date, it is not possible to provide a specific completion date.
Under section 184 of the Planning and Development Act 2007, the proponent may apply to the planning and land authority to extend the two year timeframe to complete works.
The Crown lease for Block 50 Section 19 Kingston stipulates a completion date for the development within 48 months from the date of commencement of the lease, which would be 18 June 2019. This timeframe can be extended on application to the planning and land authority.
(2) The Crown lease for Block 50 Section 19 Kingston limits the development to a single supermarket with a minimum gross floor area of 3,500m² restricted to the ground level. A number of other uses are also permitted, in addition to the supermarket use, such as residential use.