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Shell Cove Development Control Plan (Stages 1-7, 8A and 10A)

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Shell Cove Development Control Plan (Amendment No 7) August 2007

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CONTENTS

1. GENERAL 1

1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6

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General Requirements Name of Plan Land To Which This Plan Applies Relationship to Other Planning Instruments Consideration of Applications Effective Date and Implementation of this Plan Definitions Objectives Siting of Development Cutting, Filling and Retaining Walls Building Character and Form External Materials, Colours and Finishes Height and Setbacks Floor Space Ratio Landscaping/Private Open Space Stormwater Drainage, Easements and Flood Levels Erosion and Sediment Control Access, Car Parking, Garages and Driveways Fencing and Boundary Walls Energy Efficiency Water sensitive design Waste Minimisation and Management Site Facilities Swimming Pools Noise Mitigation

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INTERPRETATION AND OBJECTIVES

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CONTROLS

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APPENDICES APPENDIX 1 Nominated corner lots that may permit two (2) dwellings (dual occupancy) APPENDIX 2 Medium density small lot housing (Integrated Housing) sites APPENDIX 3 Lots affected by a title restriction to help manage noise impacts APPENDIX 4 Stage 6 -Golf Course retaining wall/special fence sites and APZ sites APPENDIX 5 Stage 6 ­ Lots with low pitch roofs APPENDIX 6 Stage 6 ­ Lots with setback variation APPENDIX 7 Shell Cove Colour Palette APPENDIX 8 Maximum Garage Levels APPENDIX 9 Driveway Grades/Critical Paths

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1. 1.1

GENERAL General Requirements

This plan provides a set of requirements adopted by Council to be used by applicants in the design of all new residential structures in Shell Cove and will be used by Council to assess residential development proposals submitted as development applications. Compliance with the requirements of this plan will not in itself guarantee approval of any development application. The Controls provided in this Plan are not intended to unduly restrict design freedom, but provide a proper balance between the right to reasonably develop land and the need to respect visual privacy, views, sunlight and the amenity of neighbours, streetscape and the locality. Council may, in exceptional circumstances, be prepared to exercise its discretion to allow variations to the standards or controls set out in this Plan. Any application that proposes a variation must be supported by a written statement demonstrating how the objectives are fully satisfied and must demonstrate that: (a) (b) (c) (d) a reasonable alternative location or design is not available, and compliance with the controls are considered unreasonable or unnecessary in the particular circumstances, and the amenity of the neighbours, streetscape or locality will not be detrimentally affected, and the development will not create an unsafe situation.

The Desirable criteria provided for in some sections in this Plan, are not controls, but provide guidance for developers and builders to achieve the objectives and to help achieve improved environmentally sustainable outcomes and to encourage good practice in building location and design. 1.2 Name of Plan

This Plan is known as the Shell Cove Development Control Plan. It was adopted by Shellharbour City Council on 4 February 1997 and came into effect on 12 February 1997 in accordance with Clause 21(4) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation, 1994. Since its adoption, the plan has been amended in June 1998, February 2000, March 2001, December 2002, August 2004 and April 2006. Shell Cove Development Control Plan (Amendment 7) was adopted by Council [Insert new Date] and came into effect on [Insert new Date]. This Plan has been prepared in accordance with Section 74C and 74E of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, as amended. This Plan is to be read in conjunction with the relevant environmental planning instrument. In the event of any inconsistency between this Plan and the relevant environmental planning instrument, the provisions of the planning instrument will prevail.

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Land To Which This Plan Applies

This Plan applies to all lands known as Stages 1-7, 8A & 10A of Shell Cove, Shellharbour Local Government Area, covered by Shellharbour Local Environmental Plan 2000. See Figure 1. It includes all development, alterations or additions to development and rebuilding following partial or complete demolition, (irrespective of the scale or quality of those works) on those lands.

Figure 1 ­ Stages 1-7, 8A and 10A (not to scale)

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Relationship to Other Planning Instruments

The provisions of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act and Regulations (as amended), the Building Code of Australia, any relevant Environmental Planning Instrument apply irrespective of the provisions of this Plan. 1.5 Consideration of Applications

When an application is lodged which relates to development to which this Plan applies, Council will take into consideration: (a) (b) (c) (d) Section 79C of the Environmental Planning Assessment Act 1979; Other relevant Acts, Regulations and Ordinances; Shellharbour Local Environmental Plan 2000; and Other relevant Council Development Control Plans, Codes and Policies, as adopted from time to time.

Applicants should note that the provisions of this Development Control Plan are supplemented by a variety of other Plans, codes and policies. These include: Exempt Development Control Plan identifies exempt development and its development criteria. Exempt development that meets the specified criteria will not require any approvals and includes such things as barbecues, small garden sheds, fences. Any development that is not identified as exempt development requires an approval by Council or a private certifier. Complying Development Control Plan identifies complying development and its development criteria. Complying development that meet the specified criteria requires a complying development certificate from either Council or a private certifier, but will not require development consent or a construction certificate. An example of complying development is a single detached house that complies with standards in the DCP for lot size, setbacks, streetscape, energy efficiency, bulk and scale, privacy and landscaping, access and design, etc. Notifications Development Control Plan outlines how and when potentially affected persons are to be notified of development applications. Residential Infill Development Control Plan Residential Subdivision Development Control Plan Medium Density Development Control Plan Floodplain Risk Management Development Control Plan Advertising & Identification Signs Development Control Plan Waste Minimisation & Management Development Control Plan BASIX legislation. Note: The Residential Development Control Plan is not applicable to Stages 1-7, 8A & 10A Shell Cove. The Residential Development Control Plan will not apply to other Stages within Shell Cove if site specific Development Control Plans are adopted for that land.

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Effective Date and Implementation of this Plan

Shell Cove Development Control Plan (Amendment 7) comes into effect on [insert New Date].

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All complying development applications for Lots within Stages 1-7, 8A and 10A lodged with Council or an Accredited Certifier and all development applications lodged with Council after (Insert effective date), be assessed under Shell Cove Development Control Plan (Amendment 7).

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IMPORTANT NOTES 1. COUNCIL HAS RESOLVED (MIN NO.717 ON 17 DECEMBER 1996) THAT ITS STAFF IS NOT TO ACCEPT ANY APPLICATION FOR SHELL COVE UNLESS IT HAS BEEN ASSESSED BY THE SHELL COVE ARCHITECT. The reason for this resolution is to ensure consistent implementation of development in the interests of all parties and to assist the long term objectives of the Shellharbour City Residential Strategy. The benefit of this process is that if consistency of development with the guidelines can be achieved prior to lodgement with Council, improvements in processing time may be able to be achieved. 2. ONLY ONE RESIDENTIAL DWELLING SHALL BE ERECTED ON ANY LOT (EXCEPT AS BELOW). TWO (2) DWELLINGS (DUAL OCCUPANCY) ARE ALLOWED WITH DEVELOPMENT CONSENT ON NOMINATED CORNER LOTS (Refer to Appendix 1). MEDIUM DENSITY AND SMALL LOT HOUSING (INTEGRATED HOUSING) ARE ALLOWED WITH DEVELOPMENT CONSENT ON NOMINATED LOTS (Refer Appendix2). Development described in Notes (3) and (4) must comply with the relevant Development Control Plans relating to dual occupancy, medium density, small lot housing (integrated housing) and subdivision. There are a number of design controls and guideline conditions that apply to Stage 6 given the relationships between residential development and the Shell Cove Links Golf Course.

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INTERPRETATION AND OBJECTIVES

The terms used in this Plan will be interpreted according to the definitions included in the relevant Local Environmental Plan and Development Control Plans. The following definitions will apply to this Plan for those terms which are not defined under the relevant Local Environmental Plan and Development Control Plans. Definitions Amenity means the pleasantness and agreeable features of a development or area. Boundary setback is the distance between the boundary of a site and the closest external part of a structure. Building line is the boundary setback parallel to the front (primary) or secondary street (for corner allotments) frontages, or rear boundary. Character means a group of buildings that have similar distinctive visual elements or unique qualities. Finished level means the surface level of the floor of a building or adjacent ground, following completion of construction works. Floor space ratio means the ratio of the gross floor area of all buildings on a site to the area of the site on which it is situated. Gross floor area means the sum of the areas of each floor of a building and associated structures on a site, where the area of each floor is taken to be the area within the outer face of the external enclosing walls, but does not include: (a) garage and carport areas up to a total of 45 square metres (b) outbuildings up to a total of 20 square metres, (c) an open or partly open balcony, patio or verandah. Height is the distance measured vertically from any point on the structure (excluding chimneys, flues, antennas or decorative roof details such as finials) to the natural ground level or finished level (whichever is the lower) immediately below that point. Landscaping means that part of the site not occupied by buildings or paved areas which is treated by way of lawns, gardens and tree planting. It does not include driveways, paved areas, balconies, decks, garbage storage areas or similar. Medium density housing means a building or group of buildings containing 3 or more dwellings located on a single parcel of land (nominated in Appendix 2). Natural ground level means the surveyed level of the ground surface immediately prior to the development and prior to any associated excavation, development or site works. Open space means areas within a development designed exclusively for private use by the occupants of the development. Porch means covered shelter for the entrance of a building. Professional services means those professional uses which, in the opinion of the Council, are of a type, size and scale compatible with generally residential areas, and includes the offices of accountants, solicitors, architects or plan drawers, insurance brokers, real estate agents, or surveyors, and any other similar uses.

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Residential mixed use (RMU) means a development where the first floor and part of the ground floor (if required) is used as a dwelling and the ground floor (fully self contained) having a maximum area of 75m2, minimum area of 40 m2, used for one of the following uses: Professional services; Artisan/craft workshop/gallery; Community facility; or Occupied from time to time as a second dwelling. Shell Cove Architect means the architect nominated by the Shell Cove Estate. Shell Cove Estate means the Shell Cove Management Committee, or its nominee. Shell Cove Estate Colour Palette means the materials and colours in Appendix 7. Storey means: (a) the space between two floors, or (b) the space between any floor and its ceiling or roof above, or (c) foundation or sub-floor areas where the height between the top of the floor above to the natural ground level or finished level (whichever is the lower) immediately below that point is 2 metres or more, or (d) a roof, or part of a roof, used as a covered garden, terrace or deck. A storey which exceeds 4.5 metres is considered as two storeys. Verandah means an open sided roofed structure along one or more sides of a house or commercial building, the main purpose of which is provision of shelter.

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Objectives

The objectives of this plan are: (a) to facilitate the implementation of the objectives and strategies contained in relevant environmental planning instruments relating to residential development and residential zones; to provide guidance to the community on how Council will apply the provisions of the relevant environmental planning instruments in relation to individual developments and locations; to supplement the provisions of environmental planning instruments with detailed local controls designed to further the environmental objectives of those instruments and similarly, to complement the provision of other Development Control Plans, Codes and Policies of Council; to assist the orderly and objective assessment of development proposals; generally to encourage community adoption of high standards of residential amenity in the planning and execution of development; specifically in relation to any development, to protect and promote: (i) sunlight access, views and aural and visual privacy in relation to a site and neighbouring land; (ii) compatibility with the scale, character, built form and type of use of surrounding development; (iii) the amenity of public places and reserves; (iv) the natural environment. to achieve a balance between the right to reasonably develop a residential lot site and the right to preserve aural and visual privacy, views, sunlight and the amenity of the neighbouring lands; to develop a distinctive architectural theme for development at Shell Cove; to provide some certainty to purchasers as to the allowed location and density of housing development; to encourage appropriate home based businesses to locate on sites that are highly suited to and identified for this purpose; to establish design standards for housing at Shell Cove; to ensure development does not have a detrimental impact on the environment To provide for design control variations having regard to specific site conditions.

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(h) (i) (j) (k) (l) (m)

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CONTROLS Siting of Development

Objectives The objectives are to promote or protect: compatibility of building scale and character; provision of sunlight and daylight access; views; aural and visual privacy; landscaping around buildings. Controls 3.1.1 3.1.2 Only one residential dwelling is permitted on any lot, (refer to exceptions in Important Notes ­ page 5). A "Residential Mixed Use" development is encouraged on lots 3020, 3021 & 3022 (DP 881395) Southern Cross Boulevarde. Although the use of the subject lots as a "Residential Mixed Use" (R.M.U) is not mandatory the following shall be incorporated into any proposal for a R.M.U development: Any building erected shall incorporate an area which is fully self contained and has a separate external entrance. The floor space of this area shall comply with the requirements of a "R.M.U". Vehicular access shall generally be from Torres Circuit, only one single driveway servicing a carport or garage will be allowed off Southern Cross Boulevarde. Depending on the circumstances relating to the proposal, some allowances for on street parking may be considered. The dwelling shall be orientated to Southern Cross Boulevarde. For building setback purposes Southern Cross Boulevarde will be treated as the primary or front boundary and Torres Circuit as the secondary or side boundary. In accordance with the requirements for fencing no fence will be permitted in excess of one (1) metre in height within the building setback for Southern Cross Boulevarde. If non residential use is converted to a separate residence then Development Application Consent is required and a Section 94 Contribution may be levied. Siting of development must integrate requirements for vehicular access, car parking, landscape and private open space together with visual and acoustic privacy to achieve a high level of residential amenity for residents and neighbouring properties.

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Siting of development should recognise surrounding streetscape conditions, parkland areas and other features of the subdivision. Living or family areas are encouraged to address adjacent parkland, where applicable. Each dwelling in a dual occupancy development must face separate streets where possible.

Figure 2 3.1.5 The siting of development should take into account on-site features, topography, views, vegetation, drainage, access, orientation and microclimatic factors where relevant. This should take advantage of summer on-shore cooling breezes from the north-east and provide protection from stronger southerly and westerly winds during winter and spring. Living rooms and principal open space should be orientated to the north.

Figure 3

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Cutting, Filling and Retaining Walls

Where possible development should minimise changes to the natural landform of the site. Cut and fill should be minimised by siting the house across the contours, by split level design, use of landscaped terraces or stepped retaining walls. Objectives: to ensure the design of development has regard to the site conditions, particularly slope and stability; to minimise the visual impact of development on the streetscape and the amenity of adjoining properties through appropriate design and location of retaining walls on the site; to minimise the amount of cut and fill and any adverse impacts from surface and/or stormwater flows. to minimise site impacts associated with steep sites abutting the golf course in Stage 6. Controls The following controls apply to cut and fill: 3.2.1 The maximum depth of cut on any portion of the allotment shall be 1.0 metre. Cut areas may exceed 1.0 metre provided the retained sections are located within the confines of the external walls of the buildings. The maximum depth of fill on any portion of the allotment shall be 1.0 metre. The maximum grading of cut or fill shall be 45 degrees (1:1) where there is no retaining wall or no other method of stabilising cut or fill. Where the amount of fill exceeds 700mm below a slab on ground, a dropped edge beam at the perimeter of the slab shall be constructed to retain the fill.

3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4

Note: The height of the cut is measured vertically at the cut face.

Figure 4

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The following controls apply to retaining walls: 3.2.5 In Stage 6 there are a number of locations (refer Appendix 4) where retaining walls adjacent to or in close proximity to the golf course are to be constructed by the developer and are subject to specific guidelines. Refer to Map 4 ­ Appendix 4 ­ Golf Course Retaining Wall/Special Fence sites. Figures 6 and 7 demonstrate the indicative retaining wall, including the optional metal palisade fencing, that is to be constructed by the developer against the lot/golf course boundary for those lots identified in Appendix 4. This retaining wall must not be altered. Figures 5 and 7 set out the dimensional criteria that apply to retaining walls on the side boundaries between lots. Retaining walls over 600mm in height must be designed by a practicing structural engineer. Retaining walls may be built on the side boundary if retaining fill. In excavated areas retaining walls must be set back 750mm from the side boundary to minimise excessively high fences. The height of any retaining wall must be less than 1m from natural ground or finished garden level. See Figure 5. Landscaping must be provided to the retaining walls as shown on Figure 5. 3.2.6 Construction of retaining walls or associated drainage work along common boundaries must not compromise the structural integrity of any existing retaining walls or structures. All components, including footings and aggregate lines, must be wholly contained within the property. 3.2.7 A retaining wall that is visible from the street or public area must: (a) be constructed to a height no greater than 1.0 metre, and (b) be designed so that there is a minimum setback of 1.0 metre between retaining walls and landscaping is provided in the setback areas, and (c) be constructed of materials that do not detract from the streetscape. 3.2.8 No part of any retaining wall or its footings can encroach onto a drainage easement or transmission line easement unless approval from the appropriate consent authority is obtained. 3.2.9 Any retaining walls required as part of the dwelling construction to control potential land stability and/or the structural integrity of adjoining properties, must be completed prior to occupation of the structure, at the discretion of the appropriate consent authority. 3.2.10 Excavation or filling requiring retaining must be shored or retained immediately to protect neighbouring properties from loss of support and to prevent soil erosion.

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Figure 5

Typical Section through side boundary wall between Lots abutting the golf course

Note: The height of a retaining wall is the vertical distance between the top of the wall and finished ground level on the lower side of the retaining wall.

Figure. 6 Section of rear boundary wall between rear of Lots and Golf Course and elevation of side boundary fence between lots.

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Typical Rear Boundary Elevation to Golf Course

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Building Character and Form

Objectives The objectives for the controls are to promote or protect: development of a coastal architectural theme; compatible building forms to contribute to an attractive and cohesive streetscape; allowance for individual expression in dwelling design within the overall theme. to minimise height of buildings in defined areas within Stage 6, maintain views and visual continuity along the public golf course boundary in particular. Refer to Map Appendix 5 ­ Lots with low pitch roofs. Controls 3.3.1 Pitched roofs between 22.5 and 30 are required for dwellings. However, minor elements such as verandahs or a link between two roofs may have a lower pitch. Alternative roof forms such as curved, flat or low pitch (skillion) combined with wide eaves reflecting a nautical or maritime theme will also be considered on merit. Roof design should be a collection of smaller roof forms, rather than a large, single, bulky roof. The bulk of two storey buildings should be minimised by the use of interesting roof forms which could incorporate attic bedrooms, hip roof forms etc. Roofs (excluding roofs to detached garages and outbuildings) must include eave projections of not less than 450mm. Alternative solutions that provide awning structures or shading devices will be considered on merit provided they form part of a quality architectural solution. In Stage 6, specific roof design requirements apply to lots adjacent to the golf course and are set out in 3.3.13. The controls apply to height and roof form (refer to Appendix 5 ­ Lots with low pitch roofs) and also shown in Figure 11. Where two storey dwellings are proposed, a combination of single and two storey forms is encouraged. Various front elevation treatments illustrating dwellings with a combination of single and two storey forms are shown in Figures 8, 9 and 10.

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Figure 10 3.3.6 The incorporation of building elements which contribute to attractive streetscapes including front entry porches, porticos, verandahs, upper level balconies and other elements to articulate the building mass is required. These may protrude into the front and secondary setback area by a maximum of 1.0m but together must not exceed 50% of the total width of the building. Verandah or roofed entry porches must be provided to the front elevation of the house to provide articulation to the building mass. These elements should have a minimum total floor area of 4m2 for single storey and 10 m2 for two storey dwellings. For two storey dwellings this area may include first floor structures. On corner sites the building design must also address the secondary street frontage through the use of habitable room windows, articulated roof, etc.

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3.3.9 3.3.10

3.3.11 3.3.12

3.3.13

The erection of buildings on elevated decks, with large exposed sub-floor areas or blank walls exposed to the street is not permitted. Designs with an extensive use of glass, nautical themes and references to maritime building forms are encouraged. Typical details could include circular columns, timber posts, glass, stainless steel wire balustrades, curved deck forms, porthole type wall features, glass blocks, attachments to walls such as window hoods/verandahs, weatherboards to wall elements and simple timber details. Alterations and additions must be compatible in scale and form with the original building. Building plans and external colour scheme must be submitted to and approved by the Shell Cove Estate prior to lodgement of a Complying Development Application with an Accredited Certifier or Shellharbour City Council or a Development Application with Shellharbour City Council. To minimise the building bulk on nominated steeply sloping lots abutting the golf course in Stage 6 all dwellings must have single pitch roofs with a predominantly 5 degree maximum slope. Refer to Appendix 5 ­ Lots with low pitch roofs. The roof slope should generally follow the contours of the site. Roof design should consist of a number of smaller roof forms rather than a single large roof. The bulk of two storey buildings should be minimised by use of smaller variable roof slopes or flat roof sections to provide interest. Utilisation of large balconies is encouraged in order to take advantage of views. Maximum 8.0 metre height from natural ground level to the upper most point of the roof. See Figure 11.

Figure 11

Section showing typical roof form for identified Lots abutting the golf course in Stage 6

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3.3.14 Preservation of the through-site vista is required on the southern most medium density site adjacent to the golf course in Stage 6 (Refer to Appendix 2 and Figure 12 for location and lot identification) The following control applies to the southern most medium density site adjacent to the golf course: Building separation to preserve views through site to the golf course. See Figure 12.

Figure 12 ­ Through site vista and southern `gateway' sites

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The following controls apply to the `Gateway' lots: 3.3.15 Special consideration must be given to the façade treatment of the `gateway' lots due to their prominent location at the entrance to the southern part of Stage 6 from the Reserve, see Figures 12 and 13. To reflect the `gateway' to the southern sector of Stage 6 the above lots will be subject to a requirement that a two storey element can be constructed in the northern sectors of both lots in the location shown. The gable or hip is to have a maximum width of 8 metres, see Figure 13. The design of the dwellings should include at least 3 of the following elements: Gables Articulated walls Entry features Verandahs, balconies and/or pergolas Windows carefully aligned and proportioned. `Juliet' balconies, bay windows, planter boxes or other add-on treatment. In recognition of their `gateway' significance the developer will construct stone walls on the lot boundary as indicated in Figure 13. The wall as indicated is approximately 1800m high and approximately 4 metres X approximately 6 metres long, constructed of stone common to the area, and must not be altered in any way by residents. The minimum secondary building line on the `gateway' lots is 2.5 metres as shown in Figure 13.

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Figure 13 - Stage 6 Southern `gateway' sites (see Fig. 12).

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External Materials, Colours and Finishes

Objectives The objectives are to protect and promote: the development of a coastal architectural theme; the streetscape amenity; compatibility with the natural environment. Controls 3.4.1 External materials, colours and finishes of all buildings and structures must complement the existing natural environment of Shell Cove and the coastal theme. External colours must be consistent with those defined in the Shell Cove Estate Colour Palette (refer Appendix 7). It is a mandatory requirement that external colour schemes must be submitted for approval by the Shell Cove Estate prior to lodgement of a Complying Development Application with an Accredited Certifier or Shellharbour City Council or a Development Application with Shellharbour City Council. External walls constructed of facebrick, rendered or bagged bricks/cement blocks/concrete, stone, glass, timber, metal sheeting in approved colours, approved texture coated material (for example, jointless pre-finished panels), composite cladding or any combination of these materials are encouraged. Use of highly figured or textured face brickwork (for example, clinker or flare marked feature brickwork) is discouraged. Face brick and non-rendered masonry generally should be restricted to the lower portions of the building and must represent no more than 60% of the total area of the front façade. Use of timber boarding (weatherboard, hardi-plank) in wall elements is permitted and the use of natural stone for lower building elements is encouraged. All supports for carport and verandah roofs that can be viewed from the street should be timber, brick or the material matching the dwelling. Roof materials must be terracotta or cement tiles or colorbond custom-orb metal sheeting. Roof colours shall comply with the Shell Cove Estate Colour Palette (Refer Appendix 7). Building plans and external colour scheme must be submitted to and approved by the Shell Cove Estate prior to lodgement of a Complying Development Application with an Accredited Certifier or Shellharbour City Council or a Development Application with Shellharbour City Council.

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3.4.4 3.4.5 3.4.6

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3.5

Height and Setbacks

Objectives The objectives are: to provide adequate building to building relationships and separation to minimise any adverse impact of overshadowing, view loss, overlooking or bulk; to minimise the visual impact of new development on the streetscape, with a maximum 2 storey appearance. To minimise the building height on steeply sloping sites in Stage 6 adjacent to the golf course. Controls 3.5.1 Except for those lots identified in Appendix 5 (see 3.5.2) the following controls apply to building height: The maximum building height must not exceed nine (9) metres, measured from natural ground level or finished level (whichever is the lower) to the uppermost point of the roof. The maximum wall height must not exceed seven (7) metres, measured from natural ground level or finished level (whichever is the lower) to the pitching point at the outer wall. The maximum height of a detached garage/outbuilding is five (5) metres above natural ground level or finished level (whichever is the lower). The distance between the natural ground level and top plate or pitching point must not exceed three (3) metres.

Figure14 Note: Figure 14 demonstrates the required maximum building heights and where these are measured to natural ground level or finished level, (whichever is the lower) and from pitching point and the uppermost point of the roof.

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3.5.2 The following controls apply to lots identified in Appendix 5: Maximum height of 8m above natural ground level. The height control and associated roof design issues are shown in Figure 11. 3.5.3 The following controls apply to building setbacks 1. A building line is defined in this plan under 2.1 Definitions. Figures 11 and 15 demonstrate the location of the building lines and boundary setbacks in relation to a dwelling.

Figure 15 - Building Setbacks

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The minimum setback requirements are as follows:

Primary (front) building line Category

i. Single storey component of dwelling

Minimum primary (front) building line 4.5 metres

Special considerations

The following structures may encroach into the front building line by up to 1.0m, provided the structure does not detrimentally affect the amenity of the area or streetscape: disabled access ramps, eaves and gutters, steps and landings, bay windows, open structures such as pergolas, awnings, sunblinds, porticos, decks, balconies. Refer Sections 3.3.6 and 3.3.7. Development that provides setbacks that are not out of character with adjoining development is encouraged. Note: Lots identified in Appendix 6 are permitted to set back garages a minimum 3m from the street alignment provided that the garage is set to the south side of the lot.

ii. 2 storey component of a dwelling iii. Garages and open carports

6.0 metres

5.0 metres

iv. Ancillary structures such as garden sheds, water tanks, swimming pools, retaining walls greater than 600mm and fences greater than 1 metre in height.

4.5 metres

See Section 3.10 for additional details. Note: Lots identified in Appendix 6 are permitted to set back garages a minimum 3m from the street alignment provided that the garage is set to the south side of the lot. Retaining walls exceeding 600mm in height may only be considered in front of the building line providing the requirements of Section 3.2 are satisfied. Fences exceeding 1m in height may only be considered in front of the building line providing the requirements of Section 3.11 are satisfied. Retaining walls associated with lots that face the golf course identified in Appendix 4 are subject to a series of conditions set out in Sections 3.2.5 and Figures 5, 6 and 7.

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Secondary building line (corner sites) Category Minimum secondary building line i. Single and two storey 2.4 metres dwellings

Special considerations

The following structures may encroach into the relevant front building line by up to 1.0m, provided the structure does not detrimentally affect the amenity of the area or streetscape: disabled access ramps, eaves and gutters, steps and landings, bay windows and porticos. Refer Sections 3.3.6 and 3.3.7. Note: The lots identified as "Gateway" lots in Figures 12 and 13 and Section 3.3.15 are subject to a 2.5m minimum secondary building line.

ii. Garage and open carports iii. Ancillary structures such as garden sheds, pergolas, water tanks, swimming pools, retaining walls greater than 600mm and fences greater than 1 metre in height.

5.0 metres

2.4 metres

Retaining walls exceeding 600mm in height may only be considered providing the requirements of Section 3.2 are satisfied. Fences exceeding 1m in height in front of the building line may only be considered providing the requirements of Section 3.11 are satisfied.

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Side and rear boundary setbacks Category Minimum building line i. Single storey Side component of dwellings 900mm from the outer wall Rear 900mm from the outer wall for a max width of 8m, otherwise 3m from the outer wall.

Special considerations Where there is no garage or carport proposed as part of the dwelling, a minimum side boundary setback of 2.7m shall be provided to enable vehicular access to the rear or side of the lot, except where it can be satisfied that vehicular access to the rear of the lot can be provided from an adjoining street (corner lot), rear lane or right-ofcarriageway access. Retaining walls exceeding 600mm in height may only be considered providing the requirements of Section 3.2 are satisfied. Side fences exceeding 1.8m in height in front of the building line may only be considered providing the requirements of Section 3.11 are satisfied. Note: Lots identified in Appendix 5 and 6 are subject to a minimum rear setback of 6m (refer also 3.5.4). Note: Lots identified in Appendix 5 and 6 are subject to a minimum rear setback of 8m (refer also 3.5.4)

ii. Two storey component of dwellings

iii. Detached garages, carports, pergolas, outbuildings less than 900mm from a dwelling

Side 1.2m from the outer wall Rear 6m from the outer wall. 900mm

iv. Detached garages, carports, pergolas, outbuildings with at least 900mm separation from a dwelling v. Swimming Pools

500mm

Structures located less than 900mm from a dwelling are considered to be part of the dwelling in terms of fire protection in the Building Code of Australia (BCA). Variations may be considered where neighbouring amenity, on-going maintenance and the requirements of the BCA are satisfactorily addressed. The 500mm setback is required to protect the amenity of neighbouring development and enable on-going maintenance of a structure.

900mm to the edge of the water or decking/coping whichever is the closer

Swimming pools must comply with the requirements of Section 3.16.

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Specific rear boundary setbacks for properties adjoining public reserves or a lake, ocean or railway line Category Minimum rear Special considerations boundary 2.4 metres i. Rear property boundary for dwellings and ancillary structures adjoining a public reserve 3.5.4 In Stage 6 there are a number of identified lots (refer Appendices 5 and 6) with specific controls that apply to building height and setback. Within the identified lots there is a maximum height of 8m above natural ground level. The height control and associated roof design issues are shown in Fig. 11 together with setback controls. The setbacks include 8m from the rear (golf course) boundary for 2 storey dwellings and 6m for a single storey dwelling.

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3.6

Floor Space Ratio

Objectives The objectives are: to ensure compatibility of bulk and scale of development with the streetscape; to ensure sufficient area is available on-site for private open space and landscaping; to allow all dwellings and open space to receive adequate solar access (refer 3.12); to encourage articulation of built structures to minimise bulk. Controls 3.6.1 The maximum Floor Space Ratio of any dwelling house and associated structures is 50% of the total area of the allotment (0.5:1).

Note:

Floor Space Ratio and Gross Floor Area are defined in Section 2.1 Definitions.

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3.7

Landscaping/Private Open Space

Objectives The objectives are: to provide for attractive landscaping that contributes to the streetscape, enhances the amenity of buildings and private open space and is sensitive to local environmental conditions; to encourage appropriate design of dwellings and use of appropriate vegetation species that minimise the risk of bushfire; to provide for private open space that is useable and provides a reasonable level of privacy and access to sunlight. Controls 3.7.1 Landscaping must contribute to the creation of attractive open spaces with definable amenity, and must be of an appropriate scale with the development, maintain privacy and minimise any overlooking. 3.7.2 The principal open space area must be directly accessible from living areas of the dwelling, be relatively flat, have an area of at least 20sqm and a minimum dimension of 4m. 3.7.3 All garden areas within public view should be landscaped to Landscape Contractors Association (LCA) standards. 3.7.4 Council's Tree Preservation Order and any other relevant legislation (eg: Threatened Species) must be consulted for the removal of any vegetation, including street trees. 3.7.5 For development located in a bushfire prone area or adjoining bushland (refer to Council's Customer Service Centre), Council must be consulted on the appropriate landscaping required. Fire tolerant species may be required and species lists can be obtained from Council. 3.7.6 Any dwellings and associated structures located within bushfire prone areas must be constructed in accordance with the best practice requirements outlined in the "Planning for Bushfire Protection" document produced by the NSW Rural Fire Service.

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3.8

Stormwater Drainage, Easements and Flood Levels

Objectives The objectives are: to ensure development is designed having regard to existing or proposed drainage easements; to ensure the structural integrity of existing and proposed structures is maintained; to minimise adverse impacts from surface and/or stormwater flows. Controls The following controls apply to stormwater drainage: 3.8.1 3.8.2 3.8.3 All overflow roof water must be piped to the street gutter or a drainage easement unless otherwise approved. Galvanised steel, sewer grade PVC pipe or "Corflow" (or equivalent) spirally reinforced PVC pipe must be used from the property boundary to the kerb and gutter. Where existing connection points are not available in either normal kerb and gutter or roll type kerb and gutter, the kerb shall be saw cut to provide for the connection of the pipe. The saw cut shall ensure that a minimum of 50mm of cover is available on all 3 sides of the pipe to permit adequate strength and thickness for the cement finish. With normal kerb and gutter, a maximum 100mm diameter/height pipe/steel section shall be used to connect into the kerb. This will maintain a minimum 50mm cover. Flattening a larger pipe is unacceptable. With roll type kerb and gutter, an approved roll kerb adaptor shall be installed. The drainage pipeline shall be connected into the adaptor. Where direct connection is proposed to a Council pit or pipeline, the opening shall only be made by either core drilling and/or saw cutting. The pipeline shall be inserted and cut flush and then mortar sealed. The work shall be inspected by Council, giving 24 hours notice, prior to backfilling the trench and pipe. The finished floor level of any dwelling shall be at least 300mm above finished ground level or the dwelling shall be protected by an approved system of drainage.

3.8.4

3.8.5 3.8.6

3.8.7

The following controls apply to easements: 3.8.8 No part of any structure, including footings and eaves overhang, shall encroach onto any transmission line easement or Council drainage easement without Council approval. 3.8.9 Any structure adjoining an easement shall be designed to withstand all forces should the easement be excavated to existing pipe invert level. 3.8.10 Excavation associated with the development must not result in the loss of support of the drainage easement. 3.8.11 Paths and driveways may be constructed over easements subject to Council approval. 3.8.12 Cut and fill platforms must not extend over a drainage easement. The following controls apply to flood prone areas: 3.8.13 Any development subject to flooding or inundation must comply with the requirements of Council's Floodplain Risk Management Development Control Plan (and any subsequent amendments).

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3.9

Erosion and Sediment Control

Objectives The objectives are: to minimise soil erosion as a result of excavation and works as part of a development; to control and minimise the spreading of sediment onto roads and into waterways. Controls The following controls are required for erosion and sediment control: 3.9.1 An Erosion and Sediment Control Plan must be submitted with all development applications where there will be site disturbance, excavation or filling. The erosion and sediment control plan must be in accordance with the requirements of Soils and Construction Volume 1, Edition 4 (or subsequent amendments) prepared by the then Department of Sustainable Natural Resources. 3.9.2 The approved sediment control plan measures must be installed prior to the commencement of any works and must not be removed until the distributed areas on the site have been established to the satisfaction of the appropriate consent authority. In addition adequate control measures must be implemented to prevent any dust nuisance originating from the site. 3.9.3 Minimise area to be cleared and leave as much vegetation as possible. Install temporary fences to define `no go' areas that are not to be disturbed eg around trees to be retained and steep sections of the site. 3.9.4 Install sediment fence/s along the low side of the site and following contours before work begins. 3.9.5 Divert water around the work site and stabilise channels, but ensure that water is not redirected onto adjoining properties. 3.9.6 Establish a single stabilised entry/exit point. Clearly mark the access point and give an access map that has a delivery point indicated for all supplies. 3.9.7 Leave or lay a kerb-side turf strip (for example, the nature strip) to slow the speed of water flows and to trap sediment during construction of footpath crossings. 3.9.8 Stockpile topsoil within the sediment controlled zone. The height of the stockpile must be less than 2m. 3.9.9 Stabilise exposed earth banks (eg vegetation, erosion control mats). 3.9.10 When excavating a trench, place excavated material upslope on the trench and limit the time the trenches are open to fewer than three days. Fill in and compact all trenches immediately after services have been laid. 3.9.11 The site manager should check the operations of all erosion and sediment controls each day and initiate repair or maintenance as required. Any tracking of sediment onto the road shall be immediately removed. Hosing down of roads and footpaths is unacceptable. 3.9.12 Revegetate the site as soon as possible. The erosion and sediment control devices must be kept in place until the site has been stabilised.

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3.10 Access, Car Parking, Garages and Driveways Objectives The objectives are: to ensure that on-site parking and garages do not detract from or dominate the streetscape and building appearance; to permit the provision of secure, adequate and accessible on-site car parking; to ensure that the design of garages is sympathetic to setbacks, scale, roof pitch and form of the dwelling. Controls 3.10.1 Car parking must be provided on site for a minimum of two (2) vehicles per dwelling. Covered car provision in the form of a garage or carport shall be provided for at least one vehicle behind the building line and must be completed prior to occupation of the dwelling. 3.10.2 When designing garages and carports, consideration should be given to the parking of boats, trailers and caravans and for possible driveway access to the rear yard. Boats, trailers or caravans should not be stored in front yard areas. 3.10.3 A driveway of minimum width of 2.7m and maximum width of 6m at the property line is to be constructed to the garage or carport and should be constructed in approved unit pavers or coloured/textured concrete. Uncoloured concrete or bitumen is not encouraged. Colours should reflect the natural environment of Shell Cove. Bright colours must not be used. 3.10.4 Driveways and paved areas should be kept to a minimum and long straight driveways avoided. 3.10.5 At least 1m wide planting beds and/or lawn must be provided between driveways and side boundaries. 3.10.6 The garage must not dominate the street frontage. At least one door and one habitable room window or two habitable room windows shall face the front or secondary boundary. 3.10.7 Garage and carport roofs must match that of the house in terms of pitch and materials. Detached garages with a similar roof form to that of the main house are encouraged. Where garages are not detached, they must be integrated into the main building mass and be suitably articulated in form. 3.10.8 The minimum setback from the primary (front) and secondary property boundary for any garage or carport is 5.0m. See Section 3.5.3 for exceptions. 3.10.9 Garages visible from the street will be limited to 2 cars in width with a total maximum combined garage door opening of 6m. Additional garages may be considered provided they are not visible from the street. 3.10.10 For up to 2 garages (attached or detached) with garage doors facing a public road the front wall of the garage must not be located in front of the residential component of the building by more than 2.0 metres (excluding encroachments such as disabled access ramps, eaves and gutters, steps and landings, bay windows, awnings or sunblinds). 3.10.11 The minimum internal width and length of a garage (attached or detached from a dwelling) is 5.5m depth X 3.1m width for a single car garage and 5.5m depth X 5.8m width for a double car garage.

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3.10.12 The minimum garage door jamb width to be provided is: 2.4m where access is gained without a turning movement 2.75m where access is gained via a turning movement 4.8m for a double door without a turning movement. Note: The above dimensions are based on an access aisle width of 7.0m. For each 0.4m reduction in the aisle width, there shall be a 0.1m increase in the door jamb width. 3.10.13 Garage floor levels must comply with the maximum garage levels (refer to Appendices 8.1 and 8.2). 3.10.14 Driveways located behind the front boundary (on private property) must have a minimum width of 2.7 metres where it is to be used as a required car parking space or providing access to a required car parking space. 3.10.15 Driveway crossings located between the road and the front boundary must be not less than 2.7 metres wide and not greater than 6.0 metres wide. Proposals for a dual crossing on a single allotment are not encouraged and still need to be clearly justified. Dual crossings must not exceed a combined total width of 6.0 metres and must provide a continuous kerb length in front of the allotment of at least 6.0 metres for on-street parking. 3.10.16 Driveway crossings must only be constructed by Council, or a Council approved contractor, at the applicant's expense. An application form must be submitted and approval issued prior to works commencing. 3.10.17 Where any alterations are required, such work shall only be carried out with the approval of Council. 3.10.18 The footpath area must not be used for the storage of building materials and/or soil, and any damage occurring during construction must be repaired. The footpath area shall maintain a 4% grade from the boundary to the kerb and must be turfed. 3.10.19 Where altered, moved or damaged during construction, the footpath (including any concrete pathways, utility service pits and/or grates, kerb, gutter and any drainage pits) must be restored to their original condition prior to occupation of the development. In addition, redundant laybacks must be reinstated to the existing kerb profile prior to occupation of the development. 3.10.20 Driveway crossings must have a slip resistant finish. 3.10.21 The maximum allowable driveway grades and crossfalls are: (a) The steepest allowable grade is 25% (b) The maximum allowable crossfall is 16% (c) The maximum allowable change of grade is 12% over 1.5m. 3.10.22 Crossings should be located so as not to interfere with existing public utility infrastructure. 3.10.23 Driveways must comply with Council's maximum driveway grades and critical path requirements in Appendices 9.1 and 9.2 of this Plan. 3.10.24 It is advisable that a Dilapidation Report of the property frontage is made prior to the commencement of any works. This is particular beneficial where some damage already exists within the footpath area. 3.10.25 The construction of driveway crossings should be completed as soon as practicable, preferably prior to occupation of the dwelling.

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3.10.26 The maximum allowable longitudinal grade and crossfall for a car parking space is 6.25% and 5% respectively. A longitudinal grade and crossfall of 3% is recommended for a disabled car space. 3.10.27 For corner allotments, the driveway entrance must be a minimum of 6 metres from the kerb tangent point. 3.10.28 Stage 6 (Refer to Appendix 6 for location and lot identification) In lots identified in Appendix 6 garages may be located in the front setback zone due to the sloping nature of the lots & the single sided nature of the road. Garages must be located at least 3m from front boundary and to the south side of the lot. Garages should have a single pitch / flat roof, (Figure 11).

Figure 16 - Example of garage setback in Stage 6 lots identified in Appendix 6.

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Fencing and Boundary Walls Objectives The objectives are: to provide for privacy, security and definition of site boundaries; to ensure fences complement the appearance of the building and do not detract from the streetscape; to ensure the design and location of fencing does not obstruct the vision of motorists. Controls Development consent is not required for fences in front of the primary (front) and secondary (corner lots) building lines with a maximum height of 1 metre, or for side and rear boundary fences with a maximum height of 1.8 metres. Building plans and external colour scheme must be submitted to and approved by the Shell Cove Estate prior to lodgement of a Complying Development Application with an Accredited Certifier or Shellharbour City Council or a Development Application with Shellharbour City Council. Acoustic fences and fences to public walkways and reserves will be provided by Shell Cove Estate in the first instance only. This fencing material cannot be altered by individual owners. (It should be noted that fencing adjacent to public reserves is generally 1.5m `rod-top' pool fencing). Side and Rear 3.11.1 Side and rear boundary fences and walls should provide visual privacy between lots. Fencing must be behind the front building line and 1.8m maximum in height. Permitted side and rear boundary fencing materials are: Timber - vertical boarding Masonry (including render) of a colour/texture related to the dwelling (see colour palette) "Colorbond" (or equivalent) in the colours of Summershade, Riversand or Domain However there must be no "Colorbond" (or equivalent) fencing to any street frontage and no "Colorbond" (or equivalent) fencing in front of the building line. Note that special conditions apply to nominated lots (refer Appendix 4) in Stage 6 with respect to retaining walls between lots and retaining walls between lots and the golf course. Stage 6 contains lots requiring special fence controls (a) Owners must not use "Colorbond" (or equivalent) fences in front or rear setback areas. Maximum side boundary fence height between properties is 1.5m whether measured from natural ground level or top of retaining wall. Fencing of this type is illustrated in Figures 5 and 6. (b) Properties backing on to or alongside the bush reserve are associated with an Asset Protection Zone (APZ) radiant heat barrier fencing requirements

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(refer Appendix 4) and a fence will be required by law as protection against possible bush fire. The fence is to be fire resistant, constructed from "Colorbond" steel (or equivalent), by the developer and may not be altered in any way by residents. Secondary 3.11.2 Fencing that faces the secondary boundary on corner lots requires the approval of Shell Cove Architect and must be set back 1.0m from the boundary to allow for soft landscaping. Permitted materials are: Timber - vertical boarding, three (3) rail, lapped and capped Masonry (including render) of colour/texture related to the dwelling (see colour palette) No "Colorbond" (or equivalent) permitted Controls for fencing adjoining public roads and the golf course: 3.11.3 Prior to the construction of any fencing between public roads and the golf course, Australand must discuss fencing options with Council.

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Controls for fencing forward of the front building line 3.11.4 3.11.5 There must be no "Colorbond" (or equivalent) fencing to any street frontage and no "Colorbond" (or equivalent) fencing forward of the building line. Fences to the front boundaries and fences forward of the front building setback line, must be predominantly of open construction with a maximum height of 1 metre to allow views into front gardens. Finish to fences must be powdercoat or paint finish to blend with the colours of the house and comply with the Shell Cove Estate Colour Palette (refer Appendix 7). Landscaping and hedges are encouraged to define front boundaries instead of providing a fence. Fences that are adjacent to a driveway or road, require a 1.5m splay and/or taper at the corner to provide satisfactory view lines for motorists leaving the property. Where the side boundary and front fences are of different heights, the transition in height shall occur 1m behind the front line of the building.

3.11.6 3.11.7 3.11.8 3.11.9

Controls for courtyard fencing 3.11.10 Courtyard fences forward of the building line to greater than 1m but a maximum of 1.5 metres in height will be considered on merit. Building plans together with landscape plans including fencing and external colour scheme must be submitted to and approved by the Shell Cove Estate prior to lodgement of a Complying Development Application with an Accredited Certifier or Shellharbour City Council or a Development Application with Shellharbour City Council. 3.11.11 Courtyard fences must be substantially constructed with the same materials and colours as the dwelling. However, other materials and colours (as outlined in the Shell Cove Colour Palette ­ Appendix 7) which complement the dwelling, will be considered. 3.11.12 The following points have been prepared to assist in preparing any submission for that part of the courtyard fence directly facing the street: Strong regard will be given to any submission received from any nearby property owner who may be affected by the proposal. The courtyard fence shall be no longer than 50% of the width of the lot as measured at the setback of the fence. The courtyard fence, at its closest point to the front boundary, shall be set back a minimum of 1 metre. A minimum of 33.3% of the courtyard fence shall be set back a distance of at least 1.5 metres in order to provide suitable landscaped features. A minimum of 25% of the area of the fence, shall be open form. The courtyard fence shall be constructed so as to not obstruct vision when vehicles are leaving the subject property or adjoining property. Examples of front courtyard fencing are shown in the following indicative sketches (Figures17 and 18). Note: See Clause 3.1.2 for special requirements for Lots 3020, 3021 and 3022 Southern Cross Boulevarde.

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Figure 18

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3.11 Energy Efficiency Objectives The objectives are: to promote energy efficiency and water conservation in residential development and ensure these principles are an integral part of the dwelling design; to encourage the effective use of natural light in the design of dwellings. Controls The following energy efficiency and solar access controls apply: 3.12.1 All new hot water systems must have at least a 3.5 star rating. 3.12.2 To maximise winter solar access and minimise summer heat, face living spaces to the north, sleeping areas to the east or south and utility areas to the west or south. 3.12.3 The location of dwellings should take into account true north point, the slope of the land, neighbouring structures, landform and the shadow cast by existing dwellings and trees. 3.12.4 Light coloured surfaces are recommended internally and externally to minimise heat absorption. This is because the advantages of reflecting unwanted heat in summer usually override the advantages of absorbing heat with dark colours in winter. 3.12.5 Living area windows should be shaded in summer between 9am and 4pm. The use of roofed decks/verandahs, awnings, pergolas and curtains on windows rather than the use of electrical devices are encouraged to control temperature. 3.12.6 The construction of eaves of appropriate width around the dwelling will assist in providing shade during summer and allow sun to enter the dwelling during winter. 3.12.7 Place windows to allow for and maximise cross ventilation and natural light and to minimise noise transfer and overlooking. 3.12.8 The use of solar collectors that can be integrated with the electricity supply grid and/or used for solar hot water heating is encouraged. 3.12.9 The use of solid fuel heaters is not recommended.

Note: The requirements of BASIX (www.basix.nsw.gov.au) apply to all new development and supersede any competing DCP provisions which aim: · To reduce greenhouse gas emissions, or · To increase the thermal performance of buildings. Many of the controls for energy efficiency and solar access may be required to be undertaken to ensure these requirements are met.

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3.13 Water sensitive design Objectives The objectives are: to conserve water and enhance the natural environment; to promote water conservation in the design of residential dwellings; to encourage the effective reuse of waste water and stormwater runoff through water sensitive urban design. Controls 3.13.1 On-site stormwater retention use of rainwater tanks, is encouraged. Overflow drainage must be connected to the existing stormwater drainage system. Advice on efficient use of retained roof water run off for toilets, laundries and gardens can be sought from Sydney Water Corporation. 3.13.2 Water consumption should be minimised through the use of dual flush toilets, aerated taps, low flow shower heads and the use of AAA rated appliances. 3.13.3 Landscaping should be designed to prevent surface water runoff, causing mulch and soil movement in the stormwater system. 3.13.4 Mulch should be used to reduce soil water loss through evaporation. 3.13.5 Landscaping should recognise the need to minimise water consumption by utilising drought resistant species. Note: The requirements of BASIX apply to all new development and supersede any competing DCP provisions which aim: · To reduce potable water consumption Many of the controls for water sensitive design may be required to be undertaken to ensure these requirements are met.

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3.14 Waste Minimisation and Management Objectives The objectives are: to encourage the reuse and recycling of materials from buildings, construction and subdivision; to encourage the efficient use of resources, efficient building techniques and minimization of waste; to reduce the environmental impacts of waste collection, storage and disposal; to ensure proper management of hazardous and special waste during renovation and deconstruction. Controls The following controls apply to waste minimisation and management: 3.14.1 A waste management plan is required to be prepared for the following: Demolition of a building or structure, or part of a building or structure Major renovations Vegetation removal and excavation Construction of a building or structure Subdivisions Details of the information contained in a Waste Management Plan as well as a sample plan can be found in Council's Waste Minimisation and Management Development Control Plan.

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3.14.2

Waste management facilities and storage areas for waste containers should be designed and located: To enable easy access for on-site movement and collection To have adequate weather protection and where appropriate be enclosed or undercover Be secure and lockable (where appropriate) Public places should be avoided when choosing a location for waste storage areas. 3.14.3 Details of the legal requirements and health protection guidelines for the identification, handling, removal, transportation and disposal of materials containing asbestos and lead based paint are outlined in Council's Waste Minimisation and Management Development Control Plan. 3.14.4 Recycled materials may be used in the development of lots where structurally or aesthetically suitable. Note: Further information on the location and design of waste management facilities, as well as general information on asbestos and other waste disposal, can be found in Council's Waste Minimisation and Management Development Control Plan.

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3.15 Site Facilities Objectives The objectives are: to ensure site facilities are conveniently accessible, visually attractive and blend in with development. Controls 3.15.1 Dwellings should be provided with an external clothes drying facility. Fold-a-lines, extend-a-lines etc are preferred facilities. The clothes drying facility must be located behind the front building line and not be visible from public areas. Large free standing items such as rotary clotheslines must be located in the rear yard space. 3.15.2 Satellite dishes and TV antennas should be discretely located so as to minimise visual impact and must not be fixed on roof slopes facing streets. 3.15.3 Stored garbage bins must not be visible from public areas. 3.15.4 Air conditioning units must not be located within the front building line and must be located below the eaves line and screened from public view. 3.15.5 Mail boxes must be located adjacent to the driveway and should be considered as part of the house and garden design. They should generally be of brick, cast metal or timber construction and conform to Australia Post preferred standards to a maximum height of 1m. 3.15.6 Solar water heater panels should be architecturally integrated with the dwelling. They should lie on a roof rather than be supported on a frame and where possible located so that they are not evident from public areas. Hot water storage tanks are not permitted on the roof and should be screened from public view 3.15.7 Lawn lockers, sheds & external storage provision or outbuildings exceeding 10sqm in area require development consent. These should be integrated with the design and external materials of the dwelling or garage/carport including roof materials. 3.15.8 Fuel storage tanks will only be permitted for oil heating purposes and must be located behind the front building line and not visible from public areas. 3.15.9 Rain water tanks are permitted to rear elevations of buildings or side elevations of buildings if they are screened from view or blended with the house. Refer to 3.5.4 for special restrictions applicable to stage 6. Given the sensitivity for identified lots in Stage 6 (refer Appendix 5) that abut the golf course any water tanks (whether required to satisfy BASIX and other water sensitive design criteria or not) must be located to minimise visual impact on the golf course environment. Similarly unsightly garden sheds, clothes lines, air conditioners and the like must be adequately screened from view. Note: Refer to Council's Exempt and Complying DCPs to determine if Development Consent is required for these facilities.

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3.16 Swimming Pools

Objectives The objectives are: to maximise the amenity of pool areas and to minimise impacts on adjoining neighbours; to ensure the safety of residents and pedestrians during the installation; to ensure the continued safety of residents and visitors to the site after construction. Controls The following controls apply to swimming pools and pool fencing: 3.16.1 Swimming pools must be set back a minimum of 900mm from the side and rear boundaries to the edge of the water or decking/coping whichever is the closer. 3.16.2 Pools and pool fencing must comply with the requirements of Australian Standard AS1926-Swimming pool safety and the Swimming Pool Act 1992 and Regulations. Note: Existing or proposed lot boundary fencing if used to contain the pool area must also comply with the above regulations.

3.16.3 The pool gate must be reinforced with strip footing between the gate posts and slotted expansion joints provided where the fence connects to the gate posts (see Figure 19.

Figure 19 Desirable criteria The following criteria are recommended for the installation of swimming pools: 3.16.4 The installation of a 1.5m high pool fence is recommended. 3.16.5 It is recommended that the pool fence be at least 900mm from the pool water. 3.16.6 Pool fences that face the dwelling are encouraged to be of an open style to maximise surveillance.

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3.17 Noise Mitigation Objectives The objectives are: · To ensure that purchasers are aware of noise mitigation measures that apply to certain properties within Stages 5, 6, 7 and 10A; · To ensure that appropriate acoustic levels are achieved within and adjacent to designated lots. Controls 3.17.1 Certain properties within Stages 5, 6, 7 and 10A that are close to the quarry haul road are affected by a title restriction to help manage noise impacts (refer to Appendix 3 for affected properties). The restrictions are specified in the 88B Instrument for the subdivision and may include a combination of building setbacks, height limitations and the use of specific building materials and techniques. 3.17.2 Applications for development on affected properties must demonstrate how the title restrictions have been addressed. 3.17.3 Acoustic fences and fences to public walkways and reserves will be provided by Shell Cove Estate in the first instance only. This fencing material cannot be altered by individual owners.

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APPENDIX 1 -- NNOMINATED CORNER LOTS THAT MAY PERMIT TWO (2) DWELLINGS (DUAL OCCUPANCY)

(Refer Appendix 1 ­ Map 1) STAGE 1 LOT NUMBER 1011 1012 1022 1023 1029 1038 1052 1057 1058 1065 1086 1088 1104 1214 2012 2013 2015 2041 2042 2064 2213 2246 3010 3047 3058 3061 3062 3081 3116 3123 3128 3132 3139 3146 3147 3165 DEPOSITED PLAN 866483 866483 866483 866483 866483 866483 866483 866483 866483 866483 866483 866483 866483 866484 871363 871363 871363 871363 871363 871363 871364 871364 881395 881395 881395 881395 881395 1006783 1006783 1006783 1006783 1006783 1006783 1006783 1006783 1010512

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LOT NUMBER 4020 4021 4029 4031 4058 4063 4218 4227 4228 4334 4401 4412 4425 4520 4523 4534 4553 4559 5116 5125 5135 5144 5210 5307 6006 6014 6015 6036

DEPOSITED PLAN 1010513 1010513 1010513 1010513 1010513 1010513 1033921 1033921 1033921 1033923 1033928 1033928 1033928 1040758 1040758 1040758 1040758 1040758 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1050004 1059696 1113208 1113208 1113208 1113208

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STAGE 6B ­ 6G

LOT NUMBER 6031 6047 6048 6057 6088 6090 6135 6159 6160 6168 6190 6191 6203 6206 6248 6251 6254 6261 6264 6279 6280 6282 6290 6298 6309 6318 6335 6341 6342 6353 6358 6360 6363 6365 6376 6395 6398

DEPOSITED PLAN Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map

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LOT NUMBER 7042 7053 7054 7203 7209 7307 7321 8030 1108 1125 1135 1141 1143 1149 1156 1159 1201 1203 1210 1227 1232

DEPOSITED PLAN 1012373 1012373 1012373 1044382 1044382 1060603 1060603 1072187 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 Map 2 Map 2 Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 1 Map

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APPENDIX 1 ­ MAP 1 NOMINATED CORNER LOTS THAT MAY PERMIT TWO (2) SEMIDETACHED DWELLINGS (DUAL OCCUPANCY)

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APPENDIX 2- MEDIUM DENSITY/SMALL LOT HOUSING (INTEGRATED HOUSING) SITES (Refer Appendix 2 ­ Map 1)

STAGE 3 4 5 6 LOT NUMBER 3016 4335 4607 5334 6025 6089 6100-6107 6315-6318 6359 7010 7301 1101 1162 1163 1164 1165 8118 DEPOSITED PLAN 881395 1033923 1061816 1059696 Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 2 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 2 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 2 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 2 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 2 Map 1012373 1060603 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1082981

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APPENDIX 2 - MAP 1 MEDIUM DENSITY/SMALL LOT HOUSING (INTEGRATED HOUSING) SITES

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APPENDIX 3otLOTS AFFECTED BY A TITLE RESTRICTION TO HELP MANAGE NOISE IMPACTS (Refer Appendix 3 ­ Map 1)

STAGE 5A LOT NUMBER 5101 5102 5103 5104 5105 5106 5107 5108 5109 5110 5111 5112 5113 5114 5115 5116 5201 5202 5203 5204 5205 5206 5207 5208 5209 5210 5229 5230 5231 5232 DEPOSITED PLAN 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1047358 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004 1050004

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LOT NUMBER 5302 5303 5304 5305 5306 5307 5308 5309 5310 5311 5312 5313 5314 5315 5316 5317 5318 5319 5320 5321 5322 5323 5324 5325 5326 5327 5328 5329 5330 5331 5332 5333 6001 6002

DEPOSITED PLAN 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 1059696 TBC TBC

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STAGE 6B ­ 6G

LOT NUMBER 6001 6002 6003 6004 6005 6006 6007 6008 6009 6010 6011 6012 6013 6014 6015 6016 6017 6018 6019 6020 6021 6022 6023 6024 6025 6031 6032 6039 6040 6041 6042 6043 6044 6045 6046 6047 6048 6049 6050 6051 6052 6053 6054 6055 6056 6057 6058 6211

DEPOSITED PLAN Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map

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LOT NUMBER 6212 6213 6214 6215 6216 6217 6218 6219 6253 6254 6255 6256 6257 6260 6261 6262 6263 7401 7402 7403 7404 7405 7406 7407 7408 7409 7410

DEPOSITED PLAN Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. Refer Appendix 3 Map

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STAGE 10A

LOT NUMBER 1120 1121 1122 1123 1124 1125 1126 1127 1128 1129 1130 1131 1132 1133 1134 1135 1136 1146 1148 1149 1150 1151 1152 1153 1154 1155 1156 1157 1158 1159 1160 1161

DEPOSITED PLAN 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113 1076113

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APPENDIX 3 - MAP 1 LOTS AFFECTED BY TITLE RESTRICTION TO HELP MANAGE NOISE IMPACTS

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APPENDIX 4ot GOLF COURSE RETAINING WALL/SPECIAL FENCE SITES (Refer Appendix 4 Map 1)

STAGE 6F LOT NUMBER 6219 6310 6311 6312 6313 6314 6315 6316 6317 6318 6319 6320 6321 6322 6323 6324 6325 6326 6327 6359 DEPOSITED PLAN Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No­ Refer Appendix 4 Map. Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map

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Radiant Heat Barrier Fences STAGE 6D LOT NUMBER 6199 6200 6210 6330 6331 6332 6333 6334 6335 6336 6388 6389 6390 6391 6392 6393 6394 6397 DEPOSITED PLAN Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 4 Map

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APPENDIX 4 - MAP 1 GOLF COURSE RETAINING WALLS/SPECIAL FENCE SITES AND RADIANT HEAT BARRIER FENCING

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APPENDIX 5 ­ LOTS WITH LOW PITCH ROOFS

(Refer Appendix 5 Map 1) STAGE 6F LOT NUMBER 6310 6311 6312 6313 6314 6315 6316 6317 6318 6319 6320 6321 6322 6323 6324 6325 6326 6327 DEPOSITED PLAN Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 5 Map

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APPENDIX 6 ­ LOTS WITH FRONT SETBACK VARIATION

(Refer Appendix 6 Map 1) STAGE 6F LOT NUMBER 6321 6322 6323 6324 6325 6326 6327 DEPOSITED PLAN Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 6 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 6 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 6 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 6 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 6 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 6 Map Preliminary DA Lot No. ­ Refer Appendix 6 Map

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APPENDIX 6 - MAP 1 LOTS WITH FRONT SETBACK VARIATIONS

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APPENDIX 7SSHELL COVE ESTATE COLOUR PALETTE

The colour palette provides the framework for development within Shell Cove and the basis for selecting materials and colours. There is a mandatory requirement in the Shell Cove Design Guidelines that all Development Application submissions include a colour scheme for assessment by the Shell Cove Architect. Note: The colour palette shown is from the Dulux Range, equivalent colours from other manufacturers can be used. Walls The base colours should be used as a general wall colour with accent colours being used for architectural features or feature walls. Accent colours will be considered for use in larger wall areas based on design merit. Base colours can be used both as general and accent colour. The use of stained timber and natural stone on building elevations is also encouraged.

BASE COLOURS ACCENT COLOURS

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Trim Colours Trim colours should be used for gutters, rainwater pipes, etc., and at the base of dwellings. Colours from the Accent colour palette will be considered on merit.

Courtyard Walls Boundary walls are to be rendered and painted using the colour palette below. Alternatively the front wall can be constructed of sandstone blocks to the specified standard. Brick Walls The following samples are from the Boral Range. Bricks of similar colour and profile will be considered.

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Roofs Roof materials can include Colorbond custom-orb metal sheeting, terracotta or cement tiles. Metal Roofs The Colorbond roof colours should be selected from the colours shown below:

Tile Roofs The following samples are from the Boral Range. Roof tiles of similar colour and profile will be considered.

Inter-Lot fences The following colours will be considered for Colorbond fencing where specified for use in the DCP.

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APPENDIX 8.1 - MAXIMUM GARAGE LEVELS

STANDARD KERB Distance from Kerb to Garage (X) Standard Kerb - UP Height above kerb invert 5.90m - 6.04m 6.05m - 7.54m 7.55m - 9.04m 9.05m - 10.54m 10.55m+ ((X-3.05)x0.120)+0.275 ((X-4.55)x0.160)+0.455 ((X-6.05)x0.240)+0.695 ((X-7.55)x0.250)+1.055 ((X-7.55)x0.250)+1.055 Standard Kerb - DOWN Height below kerb invert ((X-3.05)x0.070)-0.192 ((X-4.55)x0.120)-0.087 ((X-6.05)x0.190)+0.093 ((X-7.55)x0.240)+0.378 ((X-9.05)x0.250)+0.738

ROLL KERB

Roll Kerb - UP Height above top of kerb ((X-3.05)x0.120)+0.116 ((X-4.55)x0.160)+0.296 ((X-6.05)x0.240)+0.536 ((X-7.55)x0.250)+0.896 ((X-7.55)x0.250)+0.896

Roll Kerb - DOWN Height below top of kerb ((X-3.05)x0.070)-0.116 ((X-4.55)x0.120)-0.011 ((X-6.05)x0.190)+0.169 ((X-7.55)x0.240)+0.454 ((X-9.05)x0.250)+0.814

5.90 6.05 7.55 9.05 9.60 9.76 10.00 10.50 10.55 11.00 11.50 12.00 12.50 13.00 13.50 14.00 14.50 15.00 15.50 16.00 16.50 17.00 17.50 18.00 18.50 19.00 19.50 20.00

0.617 0.695 1.055 1.430 1.568 1.608 1.668 1.793 1.805 1.918 2.043 2.168 2.293 2.418 2.543 2.668 2.793 2.918 3.043 3.168 3.293 3.418 3.543 3.668 3.793 3.918 4.043 4.168

0.008 0.093 0.378 0.738 0.870 0.908 0.966 1.086 1.113 1.226 1.351 1.476 1.601 1.726 1.851 1.976 2.101 2.226 2.351 2.476 2.601 2.726 2.851 2.976 3.101 3.226 3.351 3.476

0.458 0.536 0.896 1.271 1.409 1.449 1.509 1.634 1.646 1.759 1.884 2.009 2.134 2.259 2.384 2.509 2.634 2.759 2.884 3.009 3.134 3.259 3.384 3.509 3.634 3.759 3.884 4.009

0.084 0.169 0.454 0.814 0.946 0.984 1.042 1.162 1.189 1.302 1.427 1.552 1.677 1.802 1.927 2.052 2.177 2.302 2.427 2.552 2.677 2.802 2.927 3.052 3.177 3.302 3.427 3.552

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APPENDIX 8.2 - MAXIMUM GARAGE LEVELS (FOR STACKED CAR PARKING ONLY)

STANDARD KERB Distance from Kerb to Garage (X) Standard Kerb - UP Height above kerb invert 9.00m - 10.04m 10.05m - 11.54m 11.55m - 13.04m 13.05m - 14.54m 14.55m+ ((X-9.00)x0.120)+0.989 ((X-10.05)x0.160)+1.175 ((X-11.55)x0.240)+1.535 ((X-13.05)x0.250)+1.964 ((X-13.05)x0.250)+1.964 Standard Kerb - DOWN Height below kerb invert ((X-9.00)x0.120)+0.447 ((X-9.00)x0.120)+0.447 ((X-11.55)x0.190)+0.858 ((X-13.05)x0.240)+1.218 ((X-14.55)x0.250)+1.647 Roll Kerb - UP

ROLL KERB

Roll Kerb - DOWN Height below top of kerb ((X-9.00)x0.120)+0.523 ((X-9.00)x0.120)+0.523 ((X-11.55)x0.190)+0.934 ((X-13.05)x0.240)+1.294 ((X-14.55)x0.250)+1.723

Height above top of kerb ((X-9.00)x0.120)+0.830 ((X-10.05)x0.160)+1.016 ((X-11.55)x0.240)+1.376 ((X-13.05)x0.250)+1.805 ((X-13.05)x0.250)+1.805

9.00 9.60 10.05 10.50 11.00 11.55 12.00 12.50 13.05 13.50 14.00 14.55 15.00 15.50 16.00 16.50 17.00 17.50 18.00 18.50 19.00 19.50 20.00

0.989 1.061 1.175 1.247 1.327 1.535 1.643 1.763 1.964 2.077 2.202 2.339 2.452 2.577 2.702 2.827 2.952 3.077 3.202 3.327 3.452 3.577 3.702

0.447 0.519 0.573 0.627 0.687 0.858 0.944 1.039 1.218 1.326 1.446 1.647 1.760 1.885 2.010 2.135 2.260 2.385 2.510 2.635 2.760 2.885 3.010

0.830 0.902 1.016 1.088 1.168 1.376 1.484 1.604 1.805 1.918 2.043 2.180 2.293 2.418 2.543 2.668 2.793 2.918 3.043 3.168 3.293 3.418 3.543

0.523 0.595 0.649 0.703 0.763 0.934 1.020 1.115 1.294 1.402 1.522 1.723 1.836 1.961 2.086 2.211 2.336 2.461 2.586 2.711 2.836 2.961 3.086

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Appendix 8-2

Shellharbour City Council

Shell Cove Development Control Plan Stages 1-7, 8A and 10A

APPENDIX 9.1 - MAXIMUM DRIVEWAY GRADES - Maximum Driveway

Grades

Shell Cove Development Control Plan (Amendment No 7) August 2007

Appendix 9.1

Shellharbour City Council

Shell Cove Development Control Plan Stages 1-7, 8A and 10A __________________________________________________________________________________________

APPENDIX 9.2 ­ MAXIMUM DRIVEWAY GRADES CRITICAL PATH

Shell Cove Development Control Plan (Amendment No 7) August 2007

Appendix 9.2

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