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Lease Varitation in Belconnen?

By Martlark - 1 June 2012 6

DA notice

Apart from the appalling spelling it is difficult to work out what the varitation is.  

Would it be so hard to put the details on the sign along with the paragraphs and paragraphs of legal guuph?

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6 Responses to
Lease Varitation in Belconnen?
JC 7:00 pm 01 Jun 12

Don’t know what is hard about it. They give you the website and they give you the suburb name and block/section number so shouldn’t be hard to find on the website.

If you were to go to the website you will see what is so hard about putting the details on a board like this. If your too lazy to see then will give you a hint. All these applications have pages of details, so not practical.

But do like the idea of having a QR code though just to make it that much easier.

qbngeek 12:30 pm 01 Jun 12

Lease variation to remove provision requiring that: “…the lessee will at all times permit members of the public access to pass and repass along the land shown on the deposited plan No.6734…”.

Duffbowl 11:50 am 01 Jun 12

For those playing at home… http://www.actpla.act.gov.au/topics/your_say/comment/pubnote?sq_content_src=%2BdXJsPWh0dHAlM0ElMkYlMkZhcHBzLmFjdHBsYS5hY3QuZ292LmF1JTJGcHVibm90ZSUyRnB1Ym5vdGVEZXRhaWxfbmV3LmFzcCUzRkRBX25vJTNEMjAxMTIwOTkzJmFsbD0x

It appears that the Labor Club wishes to close the public laneway that is on the block for safety reasons.

However, the laneway is considered underutilised and in its current state presents a significant safety concern. A lack of passive surveillance provided by adjacent buildings adds to this unsafe environment. The laneway is uninviting due to a lack of sunlight and landscaping, and presents a hazard to the community. It is also poorly lit at night.

It’s the laneway that runs down beside the club building to the rear carpark.

davo101 11:02 am 01 Jun 12

Perhaps they could put a QR code that points to the web-site.

itsallme 10:38 am 01 Jun 12

The site is Block 8, located on the corner of Chandler Street and Cameron Avenue. It incorporates a small parcel of land allocated for a public access laneway (refer Figure 1). The laneway is approximately 3m wide and allows pedestrian movement between the adjacent public car park (Block 6 Section 48) and Chandler Street.

The current lease for Block 8 Section 48 Belconnen has a provision requiring that:

“…the lessee will at all times permit members of the public access to pass and repass along the land shown on the Deposited Plan No 6734…”

However, the laneway is considered underutilised and in its current state presents a significant safety concern. A lack of passive surveillance provided by adjacent buildings adds to this unsafe environment. The laneway is uninviting due to a lack of sunlight and landscaping, and presents a hazard to the community. It is also poorly lit at night.

The loss of employment based in Cameron Offices also reduces the need for this laneway. Finally, it is understood that redevelopment of Block 6 Section 48 will further reduce the role of the laneway as a public thoroughfare.

The lessee wishes to close off the laneway at either end in order to efficiently utilise the adjacent blocks (Block 9 and Block 13 Section 48), which are all held in common ownership. These uses would include increase area for external smoking zone associated with the Labor Club and other office uses.

MrMagoo 10:37 am 01 Jun 12

Glad itsjust not me. There is one of these on the windows of the shops near the back of the carwash and Rainbow Cottege in Belconnen too. Even when you look up the details on ACTPLA’s website, it is near impossible to work out what in fat they are seeking to do. So much for public consultation.

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