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REST0006 Property Development & Feasibility Analysis Term 2, 2024
Assignment No 1: Individual Report on the DA Process
The Brief
Part of the Development Process involves a Development Application (DA). Select a Local
Government Area (LGA) of your choice and visit their planning website. As a development
manager, please provide a report on what information/documents the LGA requires to lodge
an application for a development project comprising 25 residential apartments. Please also
indicate the timeframe for approval. References should be provided to indicate the source
of information.
Your submission requirement report should cover the following:
1. General information required in the DA form
2. Supporting documents: plans required
3. Additional considerations: relevant reports required by the Statement of Environmental
Effects (SEE) for DAs under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979
4. Any other relevant information required by the council
5. Development approval timeframe
6. List of references
Length of the report: 2 pages/600 words max.
Updated on 03 June 2024
Briefing: 30 May 202
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REST0006 Property Development & Feasibility Analysis
Assignment No 1: Individual Report on the DA Process

Student Name:
Student Number:

CHECKLIST (please tick)
☐ Cover sheet
☐ Length and format of the report: 2 pages/600 words max. (excluding the list of references), Times
Roman or Arial font, 12-point, 1.5 spacing
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
Criteria Mark Value
General Information 10%
Supporting documents: relevant plans 30%
Additional considerations:
- relevant reports for the SEE
- any other information required by the
council
Development approval timeframe
50%
References and presentation 10%
TOTAL MARK /100

Microsoft Word - 1b_Assignment 1 Guidance Notes_240511
REST0006 Property Development and Feasibility Analysis

Assignment No 1: Individual Report on the DA Process

These guidance notes only serve as a guideline to outline the information and documents
equired for a DA. Your submission requirement report should cover but not be limited to
the following:

1. General Information required in the DA form
- Application details: property address, owner’s details and consent, description of
works and estimated cost of development, etc.
- Development details: proposed use, number of dwellings, building materials, etc.

2. Supporting documents
- list of relevant plans: site survey plan, floor plans, elevations, sections, landscaping
plan, BIM model, etc

3. Additional considerations
- Relevant reports required by the Statement of Environmental Effects (SEE): site
suitability, LEP, DCP, BCA and SEPP 65 compliance (State Environmental
Planning Policy SEPP 65 – Design Quality of Residential Flat Development:
apartment development should follow the NSW Apartment Design Guide), site
contamination report, energy efficiency report, construction management, waste
management, traffic impact statement, etc.

- Just outline the purposes of these reports, for example, energy efficiency report
(how the development promotes efficiency), waste management report (how the
development promotes waste minimisation, reuse, and recycling),

- Any other information required, e.g. BASIX certificate (NSW minimum
sustainability targets in energy and water consumption for new and renovated
homes).

Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 requires the submission of a SEE
with all DAs. The SEE describes and discusses the proposals in detail and outlines how
the impact of the proposed development has been assessed by the applicant.

4. Development approval timeframe
- Assessment time required by the council



Prepared on 11 May 2024
Briefing: 30 May 2024
Assignment 1: Clarifications
Announcement via Moodle on 03 June 2024
Dear Students,
“Thank you for your queries raised in the tutorials. We are writing to clarify the following:
«You are requested to select a Local Government Area (LGA) and write a report to
‘your client, as the project development manager, on what information/documents the
LGA requires to lodge an application for a development project. The site can be
hypothetical o actual, but in either case, you need to spell out the project, site
characteristics and assumptions which would help identify what supporting SEE
eports would be required.
«For example, the project comprises ‘25 apartments in metropolitan Sydney’ so SEPP
65 and Apartment Design Guide apply; the site is ‘adjacent to a main road” or ‘within
a heritage conservation area’ so an environmental Impact assessment report is
equired. The Sutherland Shire Council DA Guide posted on Moodie would be a
useful reference.
«The number of units sets the scale of the project. The project should comprise in the.
order of 25 residential apariments as per the
ief requirement.
«Assignment Guidance Notes and Course Resources are available on Moodle fo
eference. No previous assignments will be provided.
+ Anintroduction section would be useful for the report. It should describe the
purposes of this report and the project’site characteristics.
«Cover Page, Site Photo, Content Page and Reference Page are excluded from the
page count.
«Words in tables (i. additional information for reference purposes) are excluded from
the word count.

2020
DA GUIDE
Your guide to lodging a development
application with Sutherland Shire Council
2 | DA Guide XXXXXXXXXXUpdated Dec 2019
Change Record
Date Author Version Change Reference
3 March 2008 Angelo Donni 1 Version 1 release
24 July 2008 Angelo Donni 2 Version 2 – Owners/Applicants Declaration of Affiliations note added
30 January 2009 Andrew Schofield 3 Version 3 – Exempt and Complying development changes, Public Place Enquiry requirements
8 April 2010 Andrew Schofield XXXXXXXXXXVersion 2010.1 – Exempt and complying development changes, shadow diagram requirements, stylistic changes
2 June 2011 Andrew Schofield XXXXXXXXXXVersion 2011.1 – Updated legislative requirements; stylistic changes; facade elevations, including Appendix 4
5 Fe
uary 2013 Andrew Schofield XXXXXXXXXXVersion 2013.1 – Updated legislative requirements; stylistic changes; updated images
14 June 2013 Andrew Schofield XXXXXXXXXXVersion XXXXXXXXXXUpdated Estimated Cost on page 21
09 July 2015 Andrew Schofield XXXXXXXXXXVersion XXXXXXXXXXUpdated to include reference to SSLEP 2015
December 2019 Andrew Schofield XXXXXXXXXXVersion XXXXXXXXXXUpdated for NSW Planning Portal and general edits
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX4
WHAT’S A “DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION”? .................................... XXXXXXXXXX7
DO I NEED TO LODGE A DA? ................................................................ XXXXXXXXXX7
6 STEPS TO FOLLOW .............................................................................. XXXXXXXXXX7
1. EXAMINE OUR POLICIES .............................................. XXXXXXXXXX7
PRE-APPLICATION DISCUSSION .................................................. XXXXXXXXXX7
2. PREPARING PLANS AND DRAWINGS .......................... XXXXXXXXXX8
General Checklist for Development Applications ........................................... XXXXXXXXXX9
A. SITE ANALYSIS PLAN .......................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX10
B. PLANS AND ELEVATIONS ................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX11
C. A4 SIZED PLANS AND ELEVATIONS .................................................... XXXXXXXXXX11
D. SURVEY PLAN ........................................................................................ XXXXXXXXXX12
E. LANDSCAPE PLAN ................................................................................. XXXXXXXXXX12
F. DRAINAGE PLAN .................................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX12
G. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PLAN .............................................. XXXXXXXXXX13
H. SUBDIVISION PLAN ...........
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Shubham answered on Jun 16 2024
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Introduction
Bayside Council in Sydney has an important role in u
an development and community welfare across for subu
s. It is formed through amalgamation of Botany Bay and Rockdale City councils. Bayside Council is committed for maintaining high standards of governance and sustainable growth for residents and stakeholders.
General information required in the DA form
The application for property at 444 Princes Hwy, Rockdale, owned by Coalition state government. This outlines construction of two-story residential building. The development includes three dwellings that includes utilizing
ick and concrete materials. The estimated cost of project is $500,000. The proposed works include demolishing existing structure and building new dwellings. This includes features like energy-efficient windows and landscaped gardens. The development aims to enhance residential appeal of area. It includes following local zoning regulations and sustainability standards.
Supporting documents: plans required
Bayside Council is local government area that is located in southern and inner-southern subu
s of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It was formed on September 9, 2016, through merger of City of Botany Bay and Rockdale City Council. Bayside Council covers area of approximately 55 square kilometres and serves as diverse population of 175,000 residents. The area includes several subu
s like Botany, Mascot, Rockdale, Brighton-Le-Sands and Eastlakes. Bayside Council provides different services and facilities including parks, li
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