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Determination

Catherine McAuley Catholic College

Port Stephens

Current Status: Determination

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Catherine McAuley Catholic College

Consolidated Consent

Consolidated Consent SSD-8989-Mod-2__

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Uncategorised (1)

SSD 8989 SEARs Reissued 18_01_2018.pdf

Request for SEARs (1)

Request for SEARs with appendices.pdf

EIS (240)

23_05_0301_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK C_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1001_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK J_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 31a Ausgrid_Connection.pdf
Appendix 04 SEPP 14.pdf
23_05_1501_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK O_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0905_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK I_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_0301_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK C_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1705_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK Q_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_02_0010_ SHADOW DIAGRAMS_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_1001_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK J_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_02_0403_ SITE ELEVATIONS_ 03_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 10 Pre Construction BCA.pdf
23_03_0005_ SITE FLOOR PLAN_ LEVEL 1_ 03_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0702_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK G_ LEVEL 1_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1201_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK L_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_1501_B_ 3D VIEW_ BLOCK O_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_0101_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK A_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_1703_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK Q_ 03_C_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0701_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK G_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1504_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK O_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_0802_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK H_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_0801_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK H_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 37 Clause 4.6 Variation.pdf
Appendix 28a AHIMS_Lot412.pdf
Appendix 07 Minutes of Pre-Lodgement.pdf
23_03_0902_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK I_ LEVEL 1_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_0301_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK C_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_1602_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK P_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0205_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK B_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_01_0004_ SITE ANALYSIS PLAN_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_0801_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK H_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0705_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK G_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_0201_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK B_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0201_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK B_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0403_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK D_ TAS_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0901_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK I_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0303_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK C_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_0102_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK A_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0202_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK B_ LEVEL 1_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1203_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK L_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0501_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK E_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_1404_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK N_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_02_0004_ SITE PLAN_ CENTRAL_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_0201_ 3D VIEWS- BLOCK B_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_02_0502_ SITE SECTIONS_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 31g Hunter Water SAP.pdf
Appendix 31c Hunter Water.pdf
Appendix 30a Maintenance Chemical Register.pdf
Appendix 25b_Photomontages.pdf
Appendix 17 Accessibility Review _Car Parking_.pdf
Appendix 02 Aerial Photograph.pdf
Appendix 01 Location Plan.pdf
23_05_1601_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK P_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0112_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK A_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0004_ SITE FLOOR PLAN_ LEVEL 1_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_0501_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK E_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0103_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK A_ GROUND_ 03_ SSDA 89...
23_05_0901_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK I_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_1001_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK J_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1405_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK N_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_0101_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK A_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_02_0402_ SITE ELEVATIONS_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1601_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK P_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_0702_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK G_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_1301_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK M_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1305_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK M_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_0201_ ELEVATION_ BLOCK B_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1401_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK N_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_1201_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK L_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_1701_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK Q_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1002_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK J_ LEVEL 1_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_0402_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK D_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_0602_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK F_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0001_ SITE FLOOR PLAN_ GROUND_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0003_ SITE FLOOR PLAN_ LEVEL 1_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_0101_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK A_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_0901_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK I_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_1201_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK L_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_0402_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK D_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1701_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK Q_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_05_0701_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK G_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_0102_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK A_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_0203_ 3D VIEWS- BLOCK B_ 03_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_02_0003_ SITE PLAN_ NORTH_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0805_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK H_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_1702_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK Q_ 02_C_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_01_0002_ GENERAL NOTES_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0105_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK A_ LEVEL 1_ 02_ SSDA 8...
23_04_1501_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK O_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0111_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK A_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Ausgrid.pdf
Appendix 38 SEPP 64.pdf
Appendix 35 Request for Contributions exception.pdf
Appendix 31d Electrical Projects Australia Memo.pdf
Appendix 31b Ausgrid Preliminary Servicing Advice.pdf
Appendix 28b AHIMS_Lot413.pdf
Appendix 29 EPBC Protected Matters.pdf
Appendix 21 BDAR.preface.letter.pdf
Appendix 16 Accessibility Review.pdf
Appendix 05 Height of Buildings.pdf
Appendix 03 Zoning Plan.pdf
___Owners Consent to Lodge.pdf
Appendix 06 Port Stephens Council Wetland Mapping.pdf
23_04_0902_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK I_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_0602_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK F_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_01_0003_ LOCATION ANALYSIS PLAN_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0301_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK C_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_1201_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK L_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_1601_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK P_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_1502_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK M_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_0001 Interior and External Pallete_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_0701_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK G_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_0001_ COVER SHEET_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_1301_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK M_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_10_0601_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK F_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_0502_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK E_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_03_0102_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK A_ GROUND_ 02_ SSDA 89...
23_04_1502_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK O_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_04_1001_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK J_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
23_02_0401_ SITE ELEVATIONS_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
MUSIC Modelling File.sqz
23_05_0401_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK D_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
SEARs.pdf
23_10_0502_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK E_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
SEARs Cover Letter.pdf
23_03_0101_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK A_ GROUND_ 01_ SSDA 89...
Response from RFS.pdf
23_10_0701_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK G_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Response from Hunter Water.pdf
23_03_0802_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK H_ LEVEL 1_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Response from TfNSW.pdf
23_03_0104_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK A_ LEVEL 1_ 01_ SSDA 8...
Response from OEH.pdf
23_05_0601_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK F_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Response from RMS.pdf
23_05_0902_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK I_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Response from Council.pdf
23_04_1702_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK Q_ 02- SSDA 8989.pdf
Response from DPI.pdf
23_04_0501_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK E_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Response from EPA.pdf
23_03_0106_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK A_ LEVEL 1_ 03_ SSDA 8...
Response from DPE Hunter Region.pdf
23_04_1202_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK L_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 08 Contamination Assessment.pdf
23_10_0702_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK G_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 26 Design Verification Statement Rev B.pdf
23_03_0603_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK F_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 21 Biodiversity development assessment.pdf
23_02_0011_ SHADOW DIAGRAMS_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 31h Sewer Servicing Strategy.pdf
23_10_0802_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK H_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Ausgrid Application.pdf
23_03_1005_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK J_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 22 Historical Heritage Assessment.pdf
23_10_0401_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK D_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Hunter Water.pdf
23_10_0501_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK E_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 39 Ecological Sustainable Development Measu...
23_02_0005_ SITE PLAN_ SOUTH_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 34 Detail Survey.pdf
23_03_1501_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK O_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 36 Medowie Rd Intersection Design.pdf
23_10_0902_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK I_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 32 Quantity Surveyor Report.pdf
23_10_1403_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK N_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 33 Arborist Report.pdf
23_10_1501_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK M_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 31i Earthing Assessment Report.pdf
23_05_0702_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK G_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 27 Landscape Plan.pdf
23_02_0002_ SITE PLAN_ OVERALL_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 30b Potential Chemicals to be stored.pdf
23_04_1301_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK M_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 31e Existing and proposed infrastructure.pdf
23_10_0202_ 3D VIEWS- BLOCK B_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 24a Staged Development Plans.pdf
23_04_0901_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK I_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 24b Site Analysis Plan.pdf
23_10_1002_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK J_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 25a Interior and External Pallete.pdf
23_10_1602_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK P_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 18 Traffic Impact Assessment.pdf
23_10_0602_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK F_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 19 Social Impact Assessment.pdf
23_05_1202_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK L_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 20 Bushfire Assessment Report.pdf
23_03_0503_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK E_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 15 Stormwater Management Plan.pdf
23_03_0401_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK D_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 14 Crime Risk Assessment Report.pdf
23_04_1002_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK J_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 13 Aboriginal Heritage Advice.pdf
23_04_1701_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK Q_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 12 Noise Assessment.pdf
23_10_0102_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK A_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 11 Geotechnical Investigation.pdf
23_10_1502_B_ 3D VIEW_ BLOCK O_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 09 Flood Risk and Impact Assessment.pdf
23_04_0801_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK H_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
___Environmental Impact Statement EIS.pdf
23_03_0601_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK F_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Hunter Water SWIMS Plan.pdf
23_04_0401_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK D_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Dept of Primary Industry.pdf
23_04_0202_ ELEVATION_ BLOCK B_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Webber Architects.pdf
23_03_0002_ SITE FLOOR PLAN_ GROUND_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 GANSW 2.pdf
23_04_1401_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK N_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Hunter Water Pressure.pdf
23_03_1605_ ROOF PLAN_ BLOCK P_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Hunter Water Email.pdf
23_05_1002_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK J_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 GANSW 1.PDF
23_04_0302_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK C_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Electrical Projects Australia.pdf
23_01_0005_ SITE STAGING PLAN_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Catholic Schools Office 24 May 2016.pdf
23_10_1202_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK L_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Catholic Schools Office ToR.pdf
23_04_1601_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK P_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Council.PDF
23_04_1302_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK M_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Catholic Schools Office 23 Aug 2016.pdf
23_05_1401_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK N _ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 31f Hunter Water SWIMS Plan.pdf
23_05_0802_ SECTIONS_ BLOCK H_ 02_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Catholic Schools Office 21 March 2017_up...
23_03_0801_ FLOOR PLAN_ BLOCK H_ GROUND_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Catholic Schools Office 15 November 2016...
23_04_0601_ ELEVATIONS_ BLOCK F_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Catholic Schools Office 1 Mar 2016_Revi...
23_01_0006_ SITE FLOOD MAPPING_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Catholic Schools Office 12 Sept 2017.pdf
23_02_0501_ SITE SECTIONS_ 01_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Catholic Schools Office 13 June 2017.pdf
23_10_1701_ 3D VIEWS_ BLOCK Q_ 01_C_ SSDA 8989.pdf
Appendix 40 Catholic Schools Office 5 Dec 2017.pdf
Appendix 40 Ausgrid Response.pdf

Agency Submissions (9)

SSD 8989 Late Response from RMS.pdf
SSD 8989 Late Response from OEH.pdf
SSD 8989 Late Response from TfNSW.pdf
SSD 8989 Response from Hunter Health.pdf
SSD 8989 Response from Hunter Water.pdf
SSD 8989 Response from RFS.pdf
SSD 8989 Response from GANSW.pdf
SSD 8989 Response from EPA.pdf
SSD 8989 Response from Ausgrid.pdf

Response to Submissions (57)

App04_Greeen Travel Plan.pdf
App02_Cultural Heritage Management Plan.pdf
App05_Revised Stormwater Management Plan.pdf
App03_Revised Design Verification Statement.pdf
Attachment 6_stormwater.pdf
Attachment 1_Revised bushfire.pdf
Attachment 5_response to council traffic.pdf
Attachment 2_MPC table.pdf
Attachment 2_ MPC.pdf
Attachment 3_Moir_ CMCC master plan updated.pdf
Attachment 4_Biosis.pdf
7484-March19_response agencies.pdf
Civil Engineer_For Tender Revised_ Civil.pdf
Traffic Impact Assessment_ V4.pdf
Catherine McCauley College Medowie RMS Rates.sip8
Traffic_ Response to Submissions Final.pdf
Sidra Calibration and Revision History.pdf
RtS cover letter_RMS amendments.pdf
Civil Engineer_Response to Submission_ Civil Roadway...
Civil Engineer_RMS Design Review Response to SSD 898...
PLANS_ SITE FLOOR PLAN_ LEVEL 1_ 03.pdf
PLANS_ SITE PLAN_ OVERALL.pdf
PLANS_ SITE STAGING PLAN.pdf
PLANS_ SHADOW DIAGRAMS_ 01.pdf
PLANS_ SITE PLAN_ NORTH.pdf
PLANS_ SITE PLAN_ CENTRAL.pdf
PLANS_ SITE FIRE TRAIL STAGING.pdf
PLANS_ SITE FLOOR PLAN_ GROUND_ 02.pdf
PLANS_ SHADOW DIAGRAMS_ 02.pdf
PLANS_ SITE ANALYSIS PLAN.pdf
PLANS_ SITE PLAN_ SOUTH.pdf
PLANS_ SITE FLOOR PLAN_ LEVEL 1_ 02.pdf
App01_Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Assessment Report...
App01_Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Assessment Report...
App01_Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Assessment Report...
App18_Department of Defence consultation.pdf
App17_Revised SITE ANALYSIS PLAN.pdf
App16_Flexible Learning Village.pdf
App13_Solar _PV__ Part 3.pdf
App15_Revised Block B _Chapel_.pdf
App13_Solar _PV__ Part 2.pdf
App13_Solar _PV__ Part 1.pdf
App07_Remedial Action Plan_ Part 2.pdf
App12_Archaeology Report_ Part 2.pdf
App12_Archaeology Report_ Part 3.pdf
App09_SITE FIRE TRAIL STAGING.pdf
App06_Flood Risk Impact Assessment.pdf
App07_Remedial Action Plan_ Part 1.pdf
App14_BDAR.preface.letter.pdf
App20_Revised mitigation measures.pdf
App19_Tree Canopy Letter.pdf
App14_BAM.Credit.Calculator.BCT.Cost.Output.pdf
App08_Biosis response.pdf
App10_Revised Clause 4.6 Statement_Height.pdf
Design Verification Statement.pdf
Landscape Master Plan.pdf
Response to Submissions Report.pdf

Determination (4)

SSD 8989 - Catherine McAuley Catholic College - Noti...
SSD 8989_ Catherine McAuley Catholic College_ Approv...
SSD 8989_ Catherine McAuley Catholic College_ Assess...
SSD 8989_ Catherine McAuley Catholic College_ Instru...

Approved Documents

Management Plans and Strategies (18)

Catherine McAuley Catholic College OTAMP Apr 2022
Endorsement of Nominated Person to Prepare a Long
Post Approval E50 OpFlood EMP
C29 Stages 3, 4, & 5 Biodiversity Offset Payment Documentation - DPE Approval Letter 01072022
Approval of Plan Strategy or Study_28012022_025211
Staging Report_H
C8 Stage 3 Community Communication Strategy - DPE Approval Letter 11082022
Approval of Stage 1 Green Travel Plan
20201204_CMCC_Operational Waste Management Plan
LTEM Plan
Approval of Plan Strategy or Study_21012021_101551
Other_23062021_020226
OTAMP - E10
GTP - E9
B3 - Stage 3 Stormwater Management Plan - DPE Approval Letter 18082022
BMP - E40
SSD8989 Green Travel Plan Stage 1 Ver03
Approval of Plan Strategy or Study_23082022_095359

Agreements (1)

payment into the Biodiversity Conservation Fund

Reports (20)

CEMP - Appendix 10
Approval of Stage 2 Stormwater Management Plans
CSO Notice
Stormwater Plan - tracked changes
Condition F11 Noise Monitoring Report
Operational Noise Monitoring Report (Block A and Block B)
30449.CMCC.Hydrology.Assessment.FIN00.20190830
C40-C43 Compliance Monitoring
Acknowledgement of Receipt of Staging Report – Con
PSC Letter - Easment
CEMP - Appendix 6
Approval of Stage 2 CEMP and Sub-Plans
CEMP - Appendix 11
20200522_CMCC_Construction Compliance Report 1
Receipt of Community Communication Strategy
CEMP - Appendix 12
CEMP - Appendix 9
CEMP - Appendix 7
CEMP
Community Consultation Strategy

Independent Reviews and Audits (6)

SSD 8989 3rd IEA Report 2021
CMCC 4th IEA Response
CMCC 4th IEA Report 2021
20210219_CMCC_RAR 3
20200730_CMCC_Response to Audit Report (RAR)
SSD 8989 CMCC 2nd IEA Report 2020

Notifications (2)

C5 & C11 - Demolition Letter
SSD8989_Commencement of Operation - Stage 2

Other Documents (14)

Staging Report_G3
A22 Access to Information Letter
C2 Stage 3a & 3b - Notification of Commencement of Construction - 23052022
Request for Time Extension under Condition E38A(e)
Other_15092021_040515
20210901_SSD8989_EOT F20
Revision of Strategies, Plans and Programs, Condition A34 - Acknowledgement Letter 01 Sep 2021
Letter of Approval SSD-8989 - F14 Ecologically Sustainable Development
Construction Compliance Letter
Approval of Staging Report –
A9 Stage 3 - Staging Report Resubmission - DPE Acknowledgement Letter 12082022
E38A (f) Approval Extension Letter
Approval of Revised Staging Report 11/12/2020
PCA confirmation F14

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Submissions

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Name Withheld
Comment
Medowie , New South Wales
Message
I am in favour of the Catherine Mcauley Catholic School being built in
Medowie ,however , I am concerned about the access and the current
traffic situation re South street and Medowie Road as it is now , let
alone adding more traffic to the area when the School is built . I
travel to Newcastle daily , turning left coming out of South Street
and also turn right out of South street many times through out the
weekend and at other periods , re living in sylvan Ave ,( I have
extended family who also use this intersection daily ) trying to turn
right of an afternoon in peak period is crazy , we sometimes go around
South Street, James road , Ferodale Road to enter Medowie Road . I was
hoping that Port Stephens Council was thinking of combining the school
access with the South Street/ Medowie Road intersection with a
roundabout , as Medowie is growing fast along with the Pacific Dunes
Area . I hope my concerns are listened to as I know a lot of people
living in my area feel the same . Can you please let me know that you
have received this concern as well as any upcoming information re my
concerns .Thank you
Name Withheld
Support
Medowie , New South Wales
Message
This school is going to be wonderful for the growth of Medowie. This area
desperately needs more educational opportunities for young families.
To have a facility that caters for a huge range of needs K-12 will
make Medowie a place where people will want to live.
I hope some good planning has gone into road traffic around the entry
point to the school and exiting from South Street.
Name Withheld
Support
Raymond Terrace , New South Wales
Message
Looking forward to seeing a Catholic high school that my children will be
able to attend and have the opportunity to be part of a new high
school experience.
Name Withheld
Support
Raymond Terrace , New South Wales
Message
This is a vital piece of infrastructure for the Port Stephens community
and should be approved ASAP
Nicholas Diemar
Support
Nelson Bay , New South Wales
Message
I believe this school will be a great asset to the Medowie community
which is in great need of secondary educational facilities.
Furthermore the chapel will provide greater liturgical services to the
community than what is currently available.

I believe the architecture of the school is within keeping with the
Medowie township with the buildings set back from the road keeping the
feeling of open space.

I look forward to this fantastic facility for the community opening as
soon as possible.
Rebecca Reed
Support
Nelson Bay , New South Wales
Message
I'm very excited about this project. I have young children and the option
of having a Catholic school within our area is very welcome. My oldest
child currently has to travel to Newcastle to attend Catholic high
school. He has struggled with the distance and travel time.
I also believe this project shows sufficient future planning for the
projected growth of our area.
E.C Ellis
Comment
Medowie , New South Wales
Message
Submission Attached
Attachments
Port Stephens Council
Comment
Raymond Terrace , New South Wales
Message
Pleas see attached documents
Attachments
Ian Warby
Object
Medowie , New South Wales
Message
Before I start my submission, I would like to point out that the `drop
down box' ("your view on the application" - below the submission box)
does not provide adequate options:
* I'm just providing comments
* I support it
* I object to it
It is compulsory to make a selection in this `drop down' box - and the
limited choices could give a false skew when quoting statistics e.g.
80% of locals support it or similar. How do you say you support the
application, but you have a few objections - not just comments, but
objections.
I ticked "I object to it", however I actually support the idea of the
school being built at the location - but on the proviso that:
* Road Safety, road infrastructure and traffic flow are all studied
and catered for prior to approval being given
* The local residents are treated with respect - respect their choice
to live in a quiet `dead-end' street, with no traffic and/or roadside
parking, limited machinery noise and relatively clean air.
_______________________________________________________

I note that the proposed entrance to the site is via Medowie Road,
however the application has numerous mentions of additional access via
Kingfisher Close e.g.
* "The proposed development will also have access to Kingfisher Close
on the northern boundary"
* "Future access may also be provided from Kingfisher Close"

I would hope that access via Kingfisher Close would be completely
banned for all construction traffic.
Both Blueberry Road and Kingfisher Close are not capable of support
such construction traffic, and if permitted, would adversely affect
the infrastructure, cause issues with traffic flow (a very narrow
street) and it would severely impact on the peaceful environment that
the locals currently enjoy.

Access for normal school traffic should also be banned from using a
Kingfisher Close access point.
The road is clearly not built to accommodate the extra traffic
resulting from the day-to-day operation of the school facilities, and
it is already hard enough to exit Blueberry Road (onto Medowie Road) -
due to the increasing traffic (from both directions) and the presence
of summit 100 metres to the north on Medowie road. The new development
should provide a well-planned access point on Medowie Road (opposite
South Street), where the terrain is much more level than it is at the
Blueberry Road area. The traffic on Medowie Road is getting heavier by
the day, and will experience further growth once the upgrade to the
Air Force base (further down Medowie Road) is completed. Road safety
should be paramount in the planning process for a new school, and the
planners should study the major roadworks that are currently being
carried out at the Air Force base - consideration to past experiences
and future traffic growth has assisted in the design for their traffic
flow solution.
Parking should be banned in both Blueberry Road and Kingfisher Close -
except for local residents
These two roads are very narrow and fall away to culverts on both
sides, which become very soft and boggy after periods of rain.
I note from the application that the developer expects to utilise the
local streets for parking e.g. "Parking demand will increase and will
be managed through drop off and pick up zones, parking in local areas
and on site parking". Large developments never provide enough on-site
parking to accommodate their day-to-day needs, so the local residents
can expect to be inundated with vehicles parking on their streets.
There are only two local streets that you would expect to be used
(Blueberry and Kingfisher), as all other local streets are across the
other side of the busy Medowie road thoroughfare.
Kingfisher Close is extremely narrow and oncoming traffic are required
to straddle the grass verge to pass each other - and the grass verge
slopes away to culverts, as mentioned earlier.
Local residents rarely park on the street, but should be permitted to
continue this practice - however non-resident parking should be
prohibited. When parking spaces are in limited supply, people tend to
park anywhere - happy to offload their car whilst they attend work,
school or whatever. They return at the end of the day to collect their
car, with no thought at all about the inconvenience they may have
caused the locals during their time at work/school. One could just
imagine the difficulty any traffic would have on such a narrow road
with people parking on the limited grass verge on either side of the
roadway:
* Local traffic attempting to pass oncoming traffic
* Gaining access to our driveways could become a mission in itself
* Garbage bins would have to be placed in the middle of the road
* Garbage trucks may not be able to gain access at all
* The 8 residents of Kingfisher (all 5 acre farms) have horses, and
parked vehicles would deny them access to their properties when
maneuvering horse floats in and out
* As the properties are all rural, they often require large delivery
trucks to access their properties - delivering horses, metal, produce
etc. This is hard enough now, but would be impossible with parked cars
providing further obstacles

I note the inclusion of the following statement, in the application:
"A Traffic Impact Assessment will prepared to consider impact of
vehicles on the local road network. As discussed previously, the
proposed development is likely to be considered Traffic Generating
Development and require referral to RMS"
Common sense would tell me that such studies should be undertaken
before any approval is given. It's absurd to think that someone would
propose to perform an activity, knowing too well that there will be
certain impacts/repercussions - yet not include a plan to rectify the
perceived impacts.
Local and/or State Governments should not be approving any
development, without due consideration to the safety of citizens -
therefore a properly designed road infrastructure model should be
developed for the Medowie Road/South Street/School Entrance area,
prior to approving this development (as is currently being constructed
at the RAAF Base further along Medowie Road).
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Medowie , New South Wales
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Catherine Macauley Catholic College is a needed and most welcomed
development for Medowie. It is reassuring that the Catholic Schools
Office recognises Medowie in their plans. I am enthusiastic for
building to begin. The proposed development of the school is very
impressive. It appears to be a modern and stimulating environment for
young minds to develop within.

I would like to lodge my specific concerns for pedestrian school
children. I acknowledge that a signalised Medowie Road and South
Street intersection includes pedestrian phases and a 40km/h school
speed zone. But, I remain concerned for the safety of future school
children. This is due to the form of Medowie Road, the types of
vehicles that frequent Medowie Road and the number of children who
would need to cross the road to the school to attend the school and
catch buses from the site.

The Traffic Impact Assessment (May 2018) states that the north side of
Medowie Road has a crest that "creates a short length of Medowie Road
where stopping sight distance is not available". The report documents
that "a vehicle can disappear from a driver's view for a brief
moment". Though the report suggests that this could be mitigated with
"a high mast arm for signals and a flashing yellow sign to advise of
queues ahead", I would suggest that this is not enough. Many heavy
vehicles use Medowie Road as an exit point from the highway in to
Newcastle. The combination of a known blind spot with an extended
braking period for heavy vehicles would immediately comprise the
safety of any pedestrian utilising the signalled crossing at Medowie
Road and South Street.

Each morning and afternoon, there are approximately 4-5 buses that
stop within South Street, allowing school students to board or alight
and to swap buses from the one that picked them up and change to the
one that will get them to their correct destination (and vice versa).
This area of South Street is colloquially referred to as the "Medowie
Bus Interchange", though there is no seating or shelter available at
this location. It is likely that the activities of this area would
transfer to the bus bays of Catherine Macauley Catholic College, once
built. With the number of children that would be boarding or alighting
from these buses, I would propose that there must be the safest method
in place for these children to cross the busy Medowie Road. Also to
this, Medowie Road encounters peak usage that aligns with the start
and finish time of staff at the Royal Air Force Base at Williamtown.
My concern is that this also aligns with the time that students would
need to cross Medowie Road to board/alight from buses.

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2017) reports that 1
in 4 children (aged 2-17) are overweight or obese, and the prevalence
of overweight and obesity among Australian children is rising. I
understand the important considerations that new schools should
accommodate in their development and construction, in order to foster
active lifestyles and healthy behaviours. The Medowie Road and South
Street Intersection should provide safe passage for school students to
walk, cycle, scooter or skate to school. Whilst I do appreciate that a
signalised intersection could assist, an ideal passage would not be
hampered by traffic lights, nor light and heavy vehicles.

In the interest of the health and safety of school students, I would
like the following amendments to be considered for to be incorporated
in to the development of Catherine Macauley Catholic College, Medowie:

· The Medowie Road and South Street intersection be signalised as
proposed.

· The Medowie Road and South Street intersection include the removal
of the hill crest from the northern side of the intersection.

· The proposed provisions for pedestrians include the construction of
a modern pedestrian bridge, free from interaction with the traffic.
The elevated crossing should include stairs for pedestrian, as well as
access ramps for wheelchair-bound students and those that choose to
cycle, scooter or skate.

I appreciate your consideration of this feedback and my suggestions. I
look forward to witnessing the build of the Catherine Macauley
Catholic College in Medowie and my children attending the school once
built.

Kindest Regards.
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Project Details

Application Number
SSD-8989
Assessment Type
State Significant Development
Development Type
Educational establishments
Local Government Areas
Port Stephens
Decision
Approved
Determination Date
Decider
ED
Last Modified By
SSD-8989-Mod-2
Last Modified On
14/01/2022

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