2022 COUNCIL MEETINGS

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      1.  You are welcome to attend the Council Meeting in person in accordance with any Government restrictions.

      2.  Written questions and statements can be emailed to governance@vincent.wa.gov.au before 3pm. Please note that questions asked at a Special Council Meeting must relate to the purpose for which the meeting has been called. Questions asked at a Briefing must relate to an item on the agenda.  The questions and statements will not be read at the meeting, but they will be circulated to Elected Members.  Answers to questions asked at Council Briefing will (where possible) be provided in the Briefing Notes or otherwise in the agenda for the following month.  Answers to questions asked at the Ordinary Council Meeting will be included in the agenda for the following month.  

     3.  You are also able to watch the meeting online.

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Council Meetings are held in the City of Vincent Administration & Civic Centre, starting at 6.00pm. For live streaming details here.

Minutes, agendas and recordings can be found in the corresponding meeting date below. Recordings are available here and bookmarking will be made available within 48 hours of the meeting.

No action should be taken on any item discussed at a Council Meeting prior to written advice on the resolution of Council being received.

Composite Index 2022

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Ordinary Council Meeting

Agenda

Briefing Notes

Minutes

1        Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country

2        Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

Cr Susan Gontaszewski on leave of absence from 15 – 30 June 2022

3(A)   Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements 

3(B)  Response to Previous Public Questions Taken on Notice

4        Applications for Leave of Absence

5        The Receiving of Petitions, Deputations and Presentations

6        Confirmation of Minutes

7        Announcements by the Presiding Member (Without Discussion)

8        Declarations of Interest 

8.1     Cr Alex Castle declared an impartiality interest in Item 11.4 Event and Festival Sponsorship 2022/2023. The extent of her interest is as the President of the Floreat Athena Football Club supported her during her election campaign. She also purchased a ticket to the Floreat Athena vs Adelaide United match and received an additional minor amount of hospitality, below the threshold for declaration.

8.2     Mayor Cole declared an impartiality interest in Item 11.4 Event and Festival Sponsorship 2022/2023. The extent of her interest is that her son is a junior player of the Club.

8.3     David MacLennan, CEO, declared an impartiality interest Item 11.4 Event and Festival Sponsorship 2022/2023.  The extent of his interest is that his niece plays junior soccer for Floreat Athena Football Club.

8.4     Cr Suzanne Worner declared an impartiality interest in Item 11.4 Event and Festival Sponsorship 2022/2023.  The  extent of her interest is that she is an acquaintance of the Little People Festival creators, and encouraged them to submit an application.

 8.5       Cr Suzanne Worner declared a financial interest Item 11.4 Event and Festival Sponsorship 2022/2023.  The  extent of her interest is that she is General Manager of Revelation Perth International Film Festival and Co-Director of UpBeat Events (who has managed events for some of the applicants.

8.6  Cr Ron Alexander declared an impartiality interest in Item 11.4 Event and Festival Sponsorship 2022/2023. The extent of his interest is that he is a former member of  East Perth Football Club, who are one of the grant applicants

9        Strategy and Development

9.1   No. 128A (Lot: 2; STR: 80812) Harold Street, Mount Lawley - Proposed Alterations and Additions to Single House (replacement report - updated 21/06)

9.2   No. 7 (Lot: 1; STR: 43011) Galwey Street, Leederville - Alterations and Additions to Single House (Amendment to Approved - Extension of Time)

9.3   No. 242 (Lot: 2; D/P: 1641) Lake Street, Perth - Proposed Single House and Alterations and Additions to Shop

9.4  Outcome of Advertising and Adoption of Amendments to Local Planning Policy No. 7.5.2 - Signs and Advertising

9.5   Outcome of Advertising and Adoption of Amendments to Policy No. 7.5.3 - Education and Care Services

9.6   Outcomes of Advertising - Vibrant Public Spaces Policy

9.7   Small Business Friendly Approvals Program - Final Report

9.8   Request for Proposal for Redevelopment Concepts - The Avenue and Frame Court Carparks, Leederville (replacement report - updated 21/06)

10       Infrastructure & Environment

10.1   Tender IE146/2021 - Small Maintenance Works Contract

10.2   Review of Colvin Lane Signage and Speed Limit

11       Community and Business Services

11.1   Financial Statements as at 30 April 2022

11.2   Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 April 2022 to 30 April 2022

11.3   Investment Report as at 30 April 2022

11.4   Event and Festival Sponsorship 2022/2023

11.5   Advertising of amended policy - Recovery of Debts Rates and Service Charges Policy

11.6   Terms of Reference - Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group

11.7   Draft Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan

11.8   Advertising of new policy - Communications and Social Media Policy

12       Chief Executive Officer

12.1  Appointment of the Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA) - Central Metropolitan Zone - Council Representatives

12.2   Proposed Licensing of Car Bays for Electric Vehicle Charging Operator

12.3   Information Bulletin

13      Motions of Which Previous Notice Has Been Given 

14      Questions by Members of Which Due Notice Has Been Given (Without Discussion)

15      Representation on Committees and Public Bodies 

16     Urgent Business

17     Confidential Items/Matters For Which The Meeting May Be Closed

18     Closure 

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Agenda

Minutes

Council Briefing Notes

1        Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country

2        Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

3(A)   Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements 

3(B)  Response to Previous Public Questions Taken on Notice

4        Applications for Leave of Absence

5        The Receiving of Petitions, Deputations and Presentations

6        Confirmation of Minutes

7        Announcements by the Presiding Member (Without Discussion)

8        Declarations of Interest 

8.1    Cr Jonathan Hallett declared a proximity interest in Item 8.8 Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP).  The extent of his interest is that his partner’s property is within the Project Zone.  This is an interest in common with a significant number of ratepayers covering an estimated 5,336 electricity service meters to properties in the City of Vincent. The report identifies that underground power may provide an estimated increase in property value of approximately $12,000 per residential property. He is seeking approval to participate in debate and vote in the matter.

 8.2          Cr Suzanne Worner declared a proximity interest in Item 8.8 Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP).  The extent of her interest is that her property is within the Project Zone.  This is an interest in common with a significant number of ratepayers covering an estimated 5,336 electricity service meters to properties in the City of Vincent. The report identifies that underground power may provide an estimated increase in property value of approximately $12,000 per residential property. She is seeking approval to participate in debate and vote in the matter.

 8.3         Cr Ron Alexander declared a proximity interest in Item 8.8 Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP).  The extent of his interest is that his property is within the Project Zone.  This is an interest in common with a significant number of ratepayers covering an estimated 5,336 electricity service meters to properties in the City of Vincent.  The report identifies that underground power may provide an estimated increase in property value of approximately $12,000 per residential property. He is seeking approval to participate in debate and vote in the matter.

 8.4          Cr Ashley Wallace declared a proximity interest in Item 8.8 Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP).  The extent of his interest is that his property is within the Project Zone.  This is an interest in common with a significant number of ratepayers covering an estimated 5,336 electricity service meters to properties in the City of Vincent.  The report identifies that underground power may provide an estimated increase in property value of approximately $12,000 per residential property. He is seeking approval to participate in debate and vote in the matter.

8.5        David MacLennan, CEO declared an impartiality interest in Item 11.1 Appointment of the Design Review Panel.  The extent of his interest is that he knows one of the applicants through his involvement in AUDRC – including through his position as AUDRC Chair. He was not involved in the assessment process for the DRP applicants.

8.6          Cr Susan Gontaszewski declared a proximity interest in Item 7.5 Advertising of new policy - Sportsground Allocation - Use and Hire Policy.  The extent of her interest is a section of her property is directly opposite one of the parks mentioned in the policy.   She is not seeking approval to participate in debate and vote in the matter.

8.7  Mayor Emma Cole declared an impartiality interest in Item 17.1 Appointment of the Design Review Panel.  The extent of her interest is that she is a personal acquaintance of one of the nominees.  

9        Strategy and Development

9.1   Nos. 596-598 (Lot: 116; D/P: 2360) Newcastle Street, West Perth - Proposed Amendment to Previous Approval: Billboard Signs (Unlisted Use)

9.2    Local Planning Strategy and Scheme Report of Review and Amendment No. 10 to the Local Planning Scheme

9.3    Accessible City Strategy - Implementation Update

9.4    Sale of No. 25 (Lot 93) Sydney Street, North Perth

10       Infrastructure & Environment

10.1    Waste Strategy 8 - Commercial Waste Collections (Update)

10.2    Tender IE164/2021 Menzies Park Pavilion and Ablutions Refurbishment

11       Community and Business Services

11.1    IInvestment Report as at 31 March 2022

11.2    Financial Statements as at 31 March 2022

11.3    Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 March 2022 to 31 March 2022

11.4    Terms of Reference - Children and Young People Advisory Group

11.5    Advertising of new policy - Sportsground Allocation - Use and Hire Policy - WITHDRAWN BY ADMINISTRATION

11.6    Draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2022-2027 - Approval for Public Consultation

12       Chief Executive Officer

12.1    Annual Review of Council Delegations

12.2    Approval to Advertise Draft Local Government Property Amendment Local Law 2022

12.3    Outcome of Advertising new Temporary Employment or Appointment of CEO Policy

12.4    Outcome of Advertising Amended Council Members – Allowances, Fees and Reimbursement of Expenses Policy and Proposed Repeal of Civic Functions Policy

12.5    Proposed Repeal of Local Government Elections Policy

12.6    Outcome of Advertising amended Council Members Continuing Professional Development Policy

12.7    Advertising of Amended Policy - Council Member Contact with Developers

12.8    Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP) - Updated

12.9    Information Bulletin

12.10  Report and Minutes of the Audit Committee Meeting held on 3 May 2022

12.11  Appointment of a CEO Performance Review Consultant (late addition)

13      Motions of Which Previous Notice Has Been Given 

14      Questions by Members of Which Due Notice Has Been Given (Without Discussion)

15      Representation on Committees and Public Bodies 

16     Urgent Business

17     Confidential Items/Matters For Which The Meeting May Be Closed

17.1   Appointment of the Design Review Panel

18     Closure 

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Agenda

Minutes

Council Briefing Notes

Item 10.1 Memorials in Public Places and Reserves Policy - Replacement Attachment 1

1        Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country

2        Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

3(A)   Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements 

3(B)  Response to Previous Public Questions Taken on Notice

4        Applications for Leave of Absence

         Mayor Cole requests a leave of absence from 11 – 14 April 2022.

5        The Receiving of Petitions, Deputations and Presentations

6        Confirmation of Minutes

7        Announcements by the Presiding Member (Without Discussion)

8        Declarations of Interest 

9        Strategy and Development

9.1      No. 128A (Lot: 2; STR: 80812) Harold Street, Mount Lawley - Proposed Alterations and Additions to Grouped Dwelling

9.2     No 4. (Lot:235; D/P: 1237) Ethel Street, North Perth - Proposed Two Grouped Dwellings

9.3      Proposed Amendment No. 9 to Local Planning Scheme No. 2 - No. 21 (Lot: 373; D/P: 1939) Eucla Street, Mount Hawthorn

9.4      Amendment to the City's Trees of Significance Inventory to include the Jacaranda Tree at No. 54 Lincoln Street, Highgate

10       Infrastructure & Environment

10.1    Outcome of Advertising and Adoption of Amendments to Memorials in Public Places and Reserves Policy

          Replacement Attachment 1

10.2    Outcome of advertising and adoption of amendments to Parking Permits Policy

10.3    Tender IE179/2022 Hyde Park West Toilet Refurbishment and Cafe Kiosk

10.4    North Perth Traffic Calming - Public Consultation Results

11       Community and Business Services

11.1     Repeal of Council Logo Policy

11.2     Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 February 2022 to 28 February 2022

11.3     Investment Report as at 28 February 2022

11.4     Financial Statements as at 28 February 2022

12       Chief Executive Officer

12.1     Advertising of Amended Policy - CEO Annual Performance Review

12.2     Advertising of Amended Policy - Policy No. 4.1.09 - Flying and Displaying of Flags and Banners

12.3     Report and Minutes of the Audit Committee Meeting held on 16 March 2022

12.4     Outcome of Advertising and Adoption of Code of Conduct Behaviour Complaints Management Policy and Appointment of Complaints Officer

12.5     Responses to motions carried at the Annual Meeting of Electors held on 2 February 2022

12.6     Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP) WITHDRAWN BY ADMINISTRATION

            Item 12.6 More Detailed Maps    Mt Lawley      Highgate      Mt Hawthorn

12.7     Information Bulletin

13      Motions of Which Previous Notice Has Been Given 

14      Questions by Members of Which Due Notice Has Been Given (Without Discussion)

15      Representation on Committees and Public Bodies 

16     Urgent Business

17     Confidential Items/Matters For Which The Meeting May Be Closed

18     Closure 

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Agenda

Minutes

Council Briefing Notes

1        Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country

2        Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

3(A)   Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements 

3(B)  Response to Previous Public Questions Taken on Notice

4        Applications for Leave of Absence

          Cr Dan Loden requested a leave of absence from 8 to 23 April 2022.  

5        The Receiving of Petitions, Deputations and Presentations

6        Confirmation of Minutes

7        Announcements by the Presiding Member (Without Discussion)

8        Declarations of Interest 

9        Strategy and Development

9.1     No. 31 (Lot: 74; D/P: 32) Smith Street, Highgate - Proposed Alterations and Additions to Place of Worship

9.2     No. 188 (Lot: 1; D/P: 33790) Vincent Street, North Perth - Proposed Alterations and Additions to Place of Worship

9.3     No. 3 (Lot: 43; D/P: 1237) Alma Road Mount Lawley - Proposed Grouped Dwelling (Amendment to Approved)

9.4    Sale of No. 26 Brentham Street, Leederville

9.5    Amendment 8 to Local Planning Scheme No. 2 (No. 26 Brentham Street, Leederville)

9.6     Rescinding of Policy No. 4.1.23 - State Administrative Tribunal

9.7     Advertising of Amended Policy - Policy No. 7.5.3 - Education and Care Services

9.8     City of Vincent Rebound Plan - Quarterly Update

9.9     Advertising of New Policy - Draft Vibrant Public Spaces Policy

10       Infrastructure & Environment

10.1    Asset Management and Sustainability Strategy (AMSS) Implementation Plan (late addition)

11       Community and Business Services

11.1     Financial Statements as at 31 January 2022 

11.2     Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 January 2022 to 31 January 2022

11.3     Investment Report as at 31 January 2022

 11.4     Mid Year Budget Review 

12       Chief Executive Officer

12.1     Appointment of Community Members to the City of Vincent Audit Committee

12.2     Minutes and motions from the Annual Meeting of Electors held on 2 February 2022

12.3     Local Government Statutory Compliance Audit Return 2021

12.4     Report and Minutes of the Audit Committee Meeting held on 15 February 2022

12.5     Information Bulletin

12.6    Undertakings Relating to the Local Government Property Local Law 2021 (late addition)

13      Motions of Which Previous Notice Has Been Given 

14      Questions by Members of Which Due Notice Has Been Given (Without Discussion)

15      Representation on Committees and Public Bodies 

16     Urgent Business

17     Confidential Items/Matters For Which The Meeting May Be Closed

18     Closure 

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Agenda

Council Briefing Notes

Minutes

1        Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country

2        Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

3(A)   Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements 

3(B)  Response to Previous Public Questions Taken on Notice

4        Applications for Leave of Absence

5        The Receiving of Petitions, Deputations and Presentations

6        Confirmation of Minutes

7        Announcements by the Presiding Member (Without Discussion)

8        Declarations of Interest 

8.1    Cr Alex Castle declared a proximity interest in Item 9.1 Advertising of amended Character Areas and Heritage Areas policy - Wilberforce and Kalgoorlie Streets.  The extent of her interest is that her property is adjacent to the portion of Kalgoorlie Street being proposed for character retention.

8.2 Cr Alex Castle declared an impartiality interest in Item 10.2 Britannia Reserve Lighting Project - Change of Scope Request. The extent of her interest is as the President of the Floreat Athena Football
Club supported her during her election campaign. She also purchased a ticket to the Floreat Athena vs Adelaide United match and received an additional minor amount of hospitality, below the threshold for declaration.

8.3 Cr Dan Loden declared an impartiality interest Item10.2 Britannia Reserve Lighting Project - Change of Scope Request. The extent of his interest is that he plays indoor soccer with people who are members of the Floreat Athena Club and executive, and his daughter plays for the Club.

8.4 Mayor Cole declared an impartiality interest in Item 10.2 Britannia Reserve Lighting Project - Change of Scope Request. The extent of her interest is that her son is a junior player of the Club.

8.5  David MacLennan, CEO, declared an impartiality interest in Item 10.2 Britannia Reserve Lighting Project - Change of Scope Request. The extent of his interest is that his niece plays for Floreat Athena Football Club.

9        Strategy and Development

9.1 Advertising of amended Character Areas and Heritage Areas policy - Wilberforce and Kalgoorlie Streets

9.2 Outcomes of Advertising - Amendment No 7 to LPS2 - Leederville Precinct Structure Plan

9.3 Public Open Space Strategy - Implementation Progress Update

9.4 Draft Smoke Free Areas and Smoke Free Areas - Education and Enforcement Policy

9.5 Variation of Licence to Bonnie Brew Pty Ltd - Part of Road Reserve adjacent to No. 639 (Lot 1) Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley (corner Grosvenor Road)

9.6 Extension of Lease and Deed of Contract to Belgravia Health & Leisure Group Pty Ltd - Loftus Recreation Centre - Portion Lot 501 (99) Loftus Street, Leederville

9.7 Advertising of New Policy - Temporary Employment or Appointment of CEO Policy

9.8 Outcome of Advertising and Adoption of New Election Signs Policy

9.9 Advertising of Amended Policy - Elected Members Continuing Professional Development

9.10 Advertising of Amended Policy - Council Members – Allowances, Fees and Reimbursement of Expenses Policy

9.11 Submission on Proposed Reforms - Local Government Act 1995

10       Infrastructure and Environment

10.1 Monmouth Street Reserve Eco-zoning - Results of Consultation

10.2 Britannia Reserve Lighting Project - Change of Scope Request

11       Community and Business Services

11.1 Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 November 2021 to 30 November 2021

11.2 Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 December 2021 to 31 December 2021

11.3 Investment Report as at 30 November 2021

11.4 Investment Report as at 31 December 2021

11.5 Financial Statements as at 30 November 2021

11.6 Financial Statements as at 31 December 2021

11.7 3 Year Funding Agreement - Y WA

11.8 Outcome of advertising and adoption of amendments to Investment Policy

12       Chief Executive Officer

12.1 Repeal of Information and Communications Technology - Conditions of Use Policy - 1.1.1

12.2 Council Recess Period 2021-2022 - Receiving of items dealt with under Delegated Authority between 15 December 2021 and 1 February 2022

12.3  Information Bulletin  - Please Note - additional Attachment 4 - Development Services Applications for January 2022

13      Motions of Which Previous Notice Has Been Given 

14      Questions by Members of Which Due Notice Has Been Given (Without Discussion)

15      Representation on Committees and Public Bodies 

16     Urgent Business

17     Confidential Items/Matters For Which The Meeting May Be Closed

18     Closure 

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NOTE there were technical difficulties around 1.14.47 where the microphones stopped working.  This portion  has been removed and restarted when the issue was fixed

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Council Briefing Session

Agenda

1       Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country 

2       Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

Cr Ron Alexander on leave of absence 28 May – 15 June 2022

3       Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements 

4       Declarations of Interest 

5       Strategy and Development

5.1   No. 128A (Lot: 2; STR: 80812) Harold Street, Mount Lawley - Proposed Alterations and Additions to Single House

5.2   No. 7 (Lot: 1; STR: 43011) Galwey Street, Leederville - Alterations and Additions to Single House (Amendment to Approved - Extension of Time)

5.3   No. 242 (Lot: 2; D/P: 1641) Lake Street, Perth - Proposed Single House and Alterations and Additions to Shop

5.4   Amendment No. 1 to Local Planning Policy No. 7.5.2 - Signs and Advertising

5.5   Outcome of Advertising and Adoption of Amendments to Policy No. 7.5.3 - Education and Care Services

5.6   Outcomes of Advertising - Vibrant Public Spaces Policy

5.7   Small Business Friendly Approvals Program - Final Report

5.8   Expression of Interest for Redevelopment Concepts - The Avenue and Frame Court Carparks, Leederville

6       Infrastructure & Environment

6.1   Tender IE146/2021 - Small Maintenance Works Contract

6.2   Review of Colvin Lane Signage and Speed Limit

7       Community and Business Services

7.1   Financial Statements as at 30 April 2022

7.2   Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 April 2022 to 30 April 2022

7.3   Investment Report as at 30 April 2022

7.4   Event and Festival Sponsorship 2022/2023

7.5   Advertising of amended policy - Recovery of Debts Rates and Service Charges Policy

7.6   Terms of Reference - Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group

7.7   Draft Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan

7.8   Advertising of new policy - Communications and Social Media Policy

8       Chief Executive Officer

8.1    Appointment of the Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA) - Central Metropolitan Zone - Council Representatives

8.2   Proposed Licensing of Car Bays for Electric Vehicle Charging OperatorProposed Licensing of Car Bays for Electric Vehicle Charging Operator

8.3   Information Bulletin

9        Motions of Which Previous Notice has Been Given

10      Representation on Committees and Public Bodies

11      Confidential Items/Matters for which the Meeting May be Closed ("Behind Closed Doors")

12      Closure

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Agenda

1       Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country 

2       Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

3       Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements 

4       Declarations of Interest 

4.1    Cr Jonathan Hallett declared a proximity interest in Item 8.8 Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP).  The extent of his interest is that his partner’s property is within the Project Zone.  This is an interest in common with a significant number of ratepayers covering an estimated 5,336 electricity service meters to properties in the City of Vincent. The report identifies that underground power may provide an estimated increase in property value of approximately $12,000 per residential property. He is seeking approval to participate in debate and vote in the matter.

 4.2          Cr Suzanne Worner declared a proximity interest in Item 8.8 Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP).  The extent of her interest is that her property is within the Project Zone.  This is an interest in common with a significant number of ratepayers covering an estimated 5,336 electricity service meters to properties in the City of Vincent. The report identifies that underground power may provide an estimated increase in property value of approximately $12,000 per residential property. She is seeking approval to participate in debate and vote in the matter.

 4.3         Cr Ron Alexander declared a proximity interest in Item 8.8 Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP).  The extent of his interest is that his property is within the Project Zone.  This is an interest in common with a significant number of ratepayers covering an estimated 5,336 electricity service meters to properties in the City of Vincent.  The report identifies that underground power may provide an estimated increase in property value of approximately $12,000 per residential property. He is seeking approval to participate in debate and vote in the matter.

 4.4          Cr Ashley Wallace declared a proximity interest in Item 8.8 Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP).  The extent of his interest is that his property is within the Project Zone.  This is an interest in common with a significant number of ratepayers covering an estimated 5,336 electricity service meters to properties in the City of Vincent.  The report identifies that underground power may provide an estimated increase in property value of approximately $12,000 per residential property. He is seeking approval to participate in debate and vote in the matter.

4.5        David MacLennan, CEO declared an impartiality interest in Item 11.1 Appointment of the Design Review Panel.  The extent of his interest is that he knows one of the applicants through his involvement in AUDRC – including through his position as AUDRC Chair. He was not involved in the assessment process for the DRP applicants.

4.6          Cr Susan Gontaszewski declared a proximity interest in Item 7.5 Advertising of new policy - Sportsground Allocation - Use and Hire Policy.  The extent of her interest is a section of her property is directly opposite one of the parks mentioned in the policy.   She is not seeking approval to participate in debate and vote in the matter.

 

5       Strategy and Development

5.1    Nos. 596-598 (Lot: 116; D/P: 2360) Newcastle Street, West Perth - Proposed Amendment to Previous Approval: Billboard Signs (Unlisted Use)

5.2    Local Planning Strategy and Scheme Report of Review and Amendment No. 10 to the Local Planning Scheme

5.3    Accessible City Strategy - Implementation Update

5.4    Sale of No. 25 (Lot 93) Sydney Street, North Perth

6       Infrastructure & Environment

6.1    Waste Strategy 8 - Commercial Waste Collections (Update)

6.2    Tender IE164/2021 Menzies Park Pavilion and Ablutions Refurbishment

7       Community and Business Services

7.1    Investment Report as at 31 March 2022

7.2    Financial Statements as at 31 March 2022

7.3    Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 March 2022 to 31 March 2022

7.4    Terms of Reference - Children and Young People Advisory Group

7.5    Advertising of new policy - Sportsground Allocation - Use and Hire Policy

7.6    Draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2022-2027 - Approval for Public Consultation

8       Chief Executive Officer

8.1    Annual Review of Council Delegations

8.2    Approval to Advertise Draft Local Government Property Amendment Local Law 2022

8.3    Outcome of Advertising new Temporary Employment or Appointment of CEO Policy

8.4    Outcome of Advertising Amended Council Members – Allowances, Fees and Reimbursement of Expenses Policy and Proposed Repeal of Civic Functions Policy

8.5    Proposed Repeal of Local Government Elections Policy

8.6    Outcome of Advertising amended Council Members Continuing Professional Development Policy

8.7    Advertising of Amended Policy - Council Member Contact with Developers

8.8    Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP)

8.9    Information Bulletin

8.10  Report and Minutes of the Audit Committee Meeting held on 3 May 2022 

9        Motions of Which Previous Notice has Been Given

10      Representation on Committees and Public Bodies

11      Confidential Items/Matters for which the Meeting May be Closed ("Behind Closed Doors")

11.1   Appointment of the Design Review Panel

12      Closure

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Agenda

Replacement Item 6.3 Tender IE179/2022 Hyde Park West Toilet Refurbishment and Cafe Kiosk

1       Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country 

2       Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

3       Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements 

4       Declarations of Interest 

5       Strategy and Development

5.1    No. 128A (Lot: 2; STR: 80812) Harold Street, Mount Lawley - Proposed Alterations and Additions to Grouped Dwelling

5.2    No. 4 (Lot: 235; D/P: 1237) Ethel Street, North Perth - Proposed Two Grouped Dwellings

5.3    Proposed Amendment No. 9 to Local Planning Scheme No. 2 - No. 21 (Lot: 373; D/P: 1939) Eucla Street, Mount Hawthorn

5.4    Amendment to the City's Trees of Significance Inventory to include the Jacaranda Tree at No. 54 Lincoln Street, Highgate

6       Infrastructure & Environment

6.1    Outcome of Advertising and Adoption of Amendments to Memorials in Public Places and Reserves Policy

6.2    Outcome of advertising and adoption of amendments to Parking Permits Policy

6.3 Replacement Item 6.3 Tender IE179/2022 Hyde Park West Toilet Refurbishment and Cafe Kiosk

6.4   North Perth Traffic Calming - Public Consultation Results

7       Community and Business Services

7.1    Repeal of Council Logo Policy

7.2    Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 February 2022 to 28 February 2022

7.3    Investment Report as at 28 February 2022

7.4    Financial Statements as at 28 February 2022

8       Chief Executive Officer

8.1   Advertising of Amended Policy - CEO Annual Performance Review

8.2   Advertising of Amended Policy - Policy No. 4.1.09 - Flying and Displaying of Flags and Banners

8.3   Report and Minutes of the Audit Committee Meeting held on 16 March 2022

8.4   Outcome of Advertising and Adoption of Code of Conduct Behaviour Complaints Management Policy and Appointment of Complaints Officer

8.5   Responses to motions carried at the Annual Meeting of Electors held on 2 February 2022

8.6   Vincent Underground Power Project (VUPP)

8.7   Information Bulletin

9        Motions of Which Previous Notice has Been Given

10      Representation on Committees and Public Bodies

11      Confidential Items/Matters for which the Meeting May be Closed ("Behind Closed Doors")

12      Closure

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Agenda

LATE Item  7.4     Mid Year Budget Review 

1       Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country 

2       Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

3       Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements 

4       Declarations of Interest 

5       Strategy and Development

5.1     No. 31 (Lot: 74; D/P: 32) Smith Street, Highgate - Proposed Alterations and Additions to Place of Worship

5.2     No. 188 (Lot: 1; D/P: 33790) Vincent Street, North Perth - Proposed Alterations and Additions to Place of Worship

5.3     No. 3 (Lot: 43; D/P: 1237) Alma Road Mount Lawley - Proposed Grouped Dwelling (Amendment to Approved)

5.4    Sale of No. 26 Brentham Street, Leederville

 5.5    Amendment 8 to Local Planning Scheme No. 2 (No. 26 Brentham Street, Leederville)

5.6     Rescinding of Policy No. 4.1.23 - State Administrative Tribunal

5.7     Advertising of Amended Policy - Policy No. 7.5.3 - Education and Care Services

5.8     City of Vincent Rebound Plan - Quarterly Update

5.9     Advertising of New Policy - Draft Vibrant Public Spaces Policy

6       Infrastructure & Environment

Nil

7       Community and Business Services

7.1     Financial Statements as at 31 January 2022 

7.2     Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 January 2022 to 31 January 2022

7.3     Investment Report as at 31 January 2022

 7.4     Mid Year Budget Review 

8       Chief Executive Officer

8.1     Appointment of Community Members to the City of Vincent Audit Committee

8.2     Minutes and motions from the Annual Meeting of Electors held on 2 February 2022

8.3     Local Government Statutory Compliance Audit Return 2021

8.4     Report and Minutes of the Audit Committee Meeting held on 15 February 2022

8.5     Information Bulletin

9        Motions of Which Previous Notice has Been Given

10      Representation on Committees and Public Bodies

11      Confidential Items/Matters for which the Meeting May be Closed ("Behind Closed Doors")

12      Closure

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Agenda

LATE Item 6.2    Britannia Reserve Lighting Project - Change of Scope Request

Item 5.4 Attachment 2 - Better quality maps

1       Declaration of Opening / Acknowledgement of Country 

2       Apologies / Members on Leave of Absence

3       Public Question Time and Receiving of Public Statements 

4       Declarations of Interest 

Cr Alex Castle declared a proximity interest in Item  5.1 Advertising Of Amended Character Areas And Heritage Areas Policy - Wilberforce And Kalgoorlie Street.  The extent of her interest is that her property is adjacent to the portion of Kalgoorlie Street being proposed for character retention.  She is not seeking approval to participate in the debate or remain in  Chambers or vote in the matter.

5       Strategy and Development

5.1   Advertising of amended Character Areas and Heritage Areas policy - Wilberforce and Kalgoorlie Streets

5.2   Outcomes of Advertising - Amendment No 7 to LPS2 - Leederville Precinct Structure Plan

5.3   Public Open Space Strategy - Implementation Progress Update

5.4   Draft Smoke Free Areas and Smoke Free Areas - Education and Enforcement Policy

5.5   Variation of Licence to Bonnie Brew Pty Ltd - Part of Road Reserve adjacent to No. 639 (Lot 1) Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley (corner Grosvenor Road)

5.6   Extension of Lease and Deed of Contract to Belgravia Health & Leisure Group Pty Ltd - Loftus Recreation Centre - Portion Lot 501 (99) Loftus Street, Leederville

5.7   Advertising of New Policy - Temporary Employment or Appointment of CEO Policy

5.8   Outcome of Advertising and Adoption of New Election Signs Policy

5.9   Advertising of Amended Policy - Elected Members Continuing Professional Development

5.10  Advertising of Amended Policy - Council Members – Allowances, Fees and Reimbursement of Expenses Policy

5.11  Submission on Proposed Reforms - Local Government Act 1995

6       Infrastructure and Environment

6.1    Monmouth Street Reserve Eco-zoning - Results of Consultation

6.2    Britannia Reserve Lighting Project - Change of Scope Request

7       Community and Business Services

7.1    Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 November 2021 to 30 November 2021

7.2    Authorisation of Expenditure for the Period 1 December 2021 to 31 December 2021

7.3    Investment Report as at 30 November 2021

7.4    Investment Report as at 31 December 2021

7.5    Financial Statements as at 30 November 2021

7.6    Financial Statements as at 31 December 2021

7.7    3 Year Funding Agreement - Y WA

7.8    Outcome of advertising and adoption of amendments to Investment Policy

8       Chief Executive Officer

8.1    Repeal of Information and Communications Technology - Conditions of Use Policy - 1.1.1

8.2    Council Recess Period 2021-2022 - Receiving of items dealt with under Delegated Authority between 15 December 2021 and 1 February 2022 - will be available before the briefing on 1 February 2022

8.3    Information Bulletin

9        Motions of Which Previous Notice has Been Given

10      Representation on Committees and Public Bodies

11      Confidential Items/Matters for which the Meeting May be Closed ("Behind Closed Doors")

12      Closure

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Special Council Meeting

Agenda

Replacement Item 5.1 

Replacement Attachment 1 to Item 5.1

Statutory Budget statements pages amended:

    1. Page 3 – Statement of Cash Flows – FY22 cash balance adjusted to remove Term Deposits > 3 months
    2. Page 13 – Note 3(a) - Term deposits > 3 months disclosed as financial assets
    3. Page 16 – Note 4 – Term deposits > 3 months disclosed as financial assets
    4. Page 27 – Note 13 – updated to include previous Elected Members for FY22
    5. Page 32 – Note 18 – added

Agenda - Differential Rating Strategy 2022/23

Replacement Item 5.1 - Addition of Recommendation 3.

Minutes

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Council Recess Period

Administration has two urgent items of business to be considered during the Council Recess Period, which is 15 December 2021 to 1 February 2022.

In accordance with Council's decision at the 14 December 2021 Meeting the CEO may consider these items under delegated authority, subject to first providing Elected Members with a copy of the report and the opportunity to "call-in" the item for consideration by Council at the 8 February 2022 Meeting. 

Elected Members were provided with a copy of these reports on Friday 21 January 2022. The "call-in" period will close at 5pm this Thursday 27 January 2021. A register of the decisions made under delegation authority during this recess period will be kept and available on the City's website.  

The updated reports are below: 

Britannia Reserve Lighting Project - Change of Scope Request

Lease of 596 (Lots 49 & 50) Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley for Barlee Street Car Park