Recent applications from Greater Shepparton City Council, VIC

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  1. 35 Young Street Mooroopna VIC 3629
    2 days ago

    In addition to works approved under Planning Permit 2022-5, Vline are seeking a permit to remove vegetation along the rail bridge located at Crown Lots 2024, 2026, 2110 (Toolamba) and 2057, 2141 (Kialla). The construction of the new bridge piers will require access for heavy machinery while the bridge remains functional during the majority of the works. Support pads for the heavy machinery will stretch 15m from the base of the bridge, running parallel to the existing wooden supports that will be replaced. This amounts to approximately 75m in length along the western approach, and 60m along the eastern approach. An arborist has conducted an assessment, and trees outside the footprint will be treated as no-go zones. (Not all trees assessed will be required to be removed)

  2. 1540 Murchison-Tatura Road Tatura VIC 3616
    2 days ago

    This proposal seeks the removal of water supply easement shown as e-2 & e-5 on ps445814w in favour of vol.9821 fol.322 which encumbers vol.10629 fol.171 and removal of water supply easement shown as e-3 & e-6 on ps445814w in favour. These easements are private easements in favour of neighbouring lots. We have been unable to make contact with the easement beneficiaries, and understand these easements may not be appropriate for removal, however, if they are still required, this application is submitted in aim of opening up discussions around redirection of the water supply within the proposed roads of the subdivision and possible variation of the existing easements. It is noted that goulburn murray water have requested the removal of their easement rights as part of the subdivision applications for this site, due to the orginal supply channel being rationalised through the connections program.

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