CHAPTER N15: VINCENTIA COASTAL VILLAGE AND DISTRICT 2015-03-17آ  5.1 Vincentia District Centre ... Stockland’s

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  • NOTE: This Chapter should not be read in isolation. You may need to consider other chapters of this DCP when preparing your application.

    CHAPTER N15: VINCENTIA COASTAL VILLAGE AND DISTRICT CENTRE

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    Chapter N15: Vincentia Coastal Village and District Centre

    Contents

    1 Purpose ........................................................................................................................ 3

    2 Application .................................................................................................................... 3

    3 Context ......................................................................................................................... 3

    4 Objectives ..................................................................................................................... 4

    5 Controls ........................................................................................................................ 4

    5.1 Vincentia District Centre ......................................................................................... 4

    5.2 Vincentia Coastal Village ........................................................................................ 4

    5.2.1 Building and Ceiling Heights ............................................................................ 5

    5.2.2 Setbacks and Building Lines ............................................................................ 5

    5.2.3 Visual Privacy ................................................................................................... 6

    5.2.4 Design and Appearance ................................................................................... 6

    6 Advisory Information ..................................................................................................... 8

    6.1 Recommended Palettes ......................................................................................... 8

    6.1.1 Roof – including verandahs/porches ................................................................ 8

    6.1.2 Driveways ......................................................................................................... 8

    6.1.3 Bricks – Dominant element of the façade, a gable feature or projecting element ......................................................................................................................... 9

    6.1.4 Bricks – Main body of the building .................................................................... 9

    6.2 Other legislation or policies you may need to check ............................................... 9

    Figures

    Figure 1: Subject Land Map ................................................................................................. 3

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    Amendment history

    Version Number Date Adopted by Council Commencement Date Amendment Type

    1 3 March 2015 18 March 2015 New

    2

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    1 Purpose

    The purpose of this Chapter is to guide the development of Vincentia Coastal Village and District Centre, also known as Bayswood.

    2 Application

    This chapter applies to the area known as the Vincentia Coastal Village and District Centre, as shown in Figure 1 below.

    Figure 1: Subject Land Map

    3 Context

    The Vincentia Coastal Village became a state significant site on 14 November 2008 by way of an amendment to Schedule 3 of the State Environmental Planning Policy (Major Development) 2005 (Major Development SEPP). A set of Exempt and Complying Development controls formed part of the concept approval. As these controls only applied to exempt and complying development, Council resolved to adopt the same provisions for development applications assessed by Council.

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    A subsequent modification to the concept approval included Design Essentials prepared by Stockland (June 2012) to further guide house design in the Vincentia Coastal Village area. Upon commencement of the Shoalhaven LEP 2014 (LEP), the Vincentia Coastal Village content of the Major Development SEPP was repealed, with the majority of the content transferred to the LEP. To ensure a consistent development and design approach within the Vincentia Coastal Village, this Chapter includes the content of:

     The Major Development SEPP not carried across into the LEP;

     The relevant Exempt and Complying Development controls; and

     Stockland’s Design Essentials.

    4 Objectives

    The objectives are to:

    i. Ensure a high standard of residential development is achieved within the Vincentia Coastal Village.

    ii. Encourage design that protects the amenity of surrounding properties and the scenic or landscape qualities of area.

    iii. Limit the scale of buildings in the Local Centre.

    5 Controls

    5.1 Vincentia District Centre

    This section applies to land zoned B2 Local Centre in the Vincentia District Centre.

    Performance Criteria Acceptable Solutions

    P1 The B2 Local Centre has a

    density appropriate to the

    characteristics of the site and

    the desired future character of

    the Vincentia Coastal Village

    area.

    A1.1 The total gross floor area of all buildings on land zoned

    B2 Local Centre must not exceed 37,000 square

    metres.

    5.2 Vincentia Coastal Village

    This section applies to residential development, including additions and alterations, in the Vincentia Coastal Village area.

    Note: The performance criteria and associated acceptable solutions in this Chapter prevail over those in Chapter G12 Single Dwellings, Additions and Ancillary Structures to the extent of an inconsistency. All other provisions in Chapter G12 should be considered when preparing your application.

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    5.2.1 Building and Ceiling Heights

    Performance Criteria Acceptable Solutions

    P2 Height and bulk are such that

    there is no significant loss of

    amenity to surrounding

    developments.

    A2.1 The maximum height of the building does not exceed

    two (2) storeys and complies with height controls set

    by Shoalhaven LEP 2014.

    P3 The dwellings regulates

    internal amenity (solar access,

    ventilation, access to daylight)

    as a well as

    streetscape/architectural

    quality to relate the proportions

    of a dwelling to its allotment

    width.

    A3.1 For allotments with a width of 15m or less at the street

    frontage, the floor to ceiling height is to be a minimum

    of 2.4m for all floor and non-habitable rooms.

    A3.2 For allotments with a width of greater than 15m at the

    street frontage, the floor to ceiling height is to be a

    minimum of 2.7m to the ground floor habitable rooms

    and a minimum of 2.4m for all upper floors and all

    non-habitable rooms.

    A3.3 For attic rooms, the wall height at the edge of the room

    is to be a minimum of 1.5m with a 30 degree minimum

    ceiling slope.

    5.2.2 Setbacks and Building Lines

    Performance Criteria Acceptable Solutions

    P4.1 Development design & site

    placement is compatible with &

    enhances the prevailing &

    potential streetscape.

    P4.2 Building setback from the street

    does not undermine integrity of

    existing prevailing building lines.

    A4.1 Primary frontage:

     5.0m to dwelling.

     6.0m to garage.

     2.5m from porches, verandahs, patios and the

    like (see A6.1 below).

    A4.2 Secondary frontage:

     3.0m to dwelling.

     1.0m from porches, verandahs, patios and the

    like.

    A4.3 Side setbacks:

     900mm to wall – single storey.

     Two storey dwelling:

     900mm to wall – ground floor.

     1500mm to wall – second storey.

     Zero lot lines in specified instances where

    detailed in a Section 88B instrument.

     450mm – gutter/eaves (except zero lot lines).

    A4.4 Rear setbacks:

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    Performance Criteria Acceptable Solutions

     5.0m, unless the Section 88B Instruments states

    otherwise.

    Note: In the case of access from a rear lane for the purpose of a garage, Council may consider a variation to the rear setback based on the merits of the proposal.

    5.2.3 Visual Privacy

    Performance Criteria Acceptable Solutions

    P5.1 Visual privacy is not to be

    unreasonably affected.

    A5.1 Windows and doors within 5m of a side or rear fence is

    not to have clear glazing above 1.5m