178 Clive Steele Avenue, Monash, ACT

AMENDMENT TO APPROVED DA201935986. Amendment to the development application for construction of a new childcare centre with a placement capacity of 90 children, outdoor play area, car park, driveway, landscaping, earthworks, and associated works - the amendment is to internal planning changes, minor changes to mailbox structure, minor changes and some removals of external windows and doors, additional car parking added, and associated works

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 2 years ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 201935986)

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  1. George Butt commented

    I am assuming that this has been taken into consideration, but just in case:
    The location is on a flood plain; and in an increasingly hardened catchment (witness the 2011 disaster in Toowoomba). It is also a short child's walk to the stormwater drain - which is of a design where - in three-quarter flow - an adult falling in to the torrent 'is not survivable'.
    I have no objection to the land use or the project as described. I only ask that the elevation above a 100-year-flood event (noting increasingly hardened catchment) be checked as safe, an evacuation plan & facilitating design be in place, and that access/egress/fencing take into account the nearby Isabella Pond as a hazard.

    Noting also: in a period of observable climate change, one of the noticeable outcomes is 'more extreme weather events' - such as the current drought, fires, and future floods.

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