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Town Planning Advertising
The City is currently seeking comment on the following proposal:
Proposed General Industry (Licensed) - Concrete Batching Plant - Lot 3 Alumina Road, East Rockingham
The City has received an application seeking approval for a General Industry (Licensed) - Concrete Batching Plant on the abovementioned land. Details of the operation of the proposal are as follows:
- The proposed development will be located on the southern portion of the site. It is proposed to subdivide the site into two lots in the future;
- The function of the facility is to batch and distribute concrete. Raw materials used to produce the concrete will be delivered to the site;
- There will be 25 permanent employees located on site;
- Hours of operation will normally be 6am to 5pm Monday to Saturdays (including public holidays), however the plant will be operated outside these hours to cater for customer circumstances, if necessary, to allow for plant maintenance, and 24-hour raw material deliveries;
- It is estimated that development will create on average 68 heavy vehicular movements per day. Access and egress from the site will be via Alumina Road;
- The applicant has submitted the following technical reports in support of the application: an Environmental Management Plan, Bushfire Management Plan, Traffic Management Plan and Construction Management Plan.
Details of the proposed works are as follows:
- Create an aggregate storage area designed for the storage and distribution of aggregates for the concrete batching process;
- Establish the plant core to house the electronic and mechanical infrastructure used to combine and mix the concrete batch;
- Implement a water and waste management system for vehicle wash-down areas, storage and waste
- water settlement pits;
- Establish a concrete recovery and recycling area to reclaim surplus concrete composites not used on delivery; and
- Establish an administrative office building.
Plans and information about the proposal can be viewed below.
Your comments in relation to the proposal are welcome. Should you wish to comment, please do so in writing to reach the Chief Executive Officer by no later than 28 February 2017.
Any written submission received in response to this invitation may be placed on the public record and be available for inspection.
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