Public Notices

Operation Gondwana Rewild – Expression of Interest
 
Transport for NSW is funding a biodiversity project aimed at enhancing fauna habitat across NSW. The project is targeting bushfire affected regions across NSW including the Armidale Regional Council LGA. 

If you or anyone you know may be interested in having tube stock plantings of locally native trees, installation of constructed nest boxes, establishment of in situ carved hollows (mimic the natural shapes and sizes of naturally formed hollows) on your property please get in touch ASAP.
Please note that your property does NOT need to have been burnt in order to participate. 
 
Expressions of interest are welcome from private landholders and other land managers including community groups. 
 
The work will be undertaken between the end April to the end June (this financial year).  Thus return of Expressions of Interests after Easter (7 April) would be appreciated if not before.

Anyone with an interest in involvement in this project please contact Chris wicks as soon as possible with the following information via:  
 
email: chris.wicks2@transport.nsw.gov.au
phone: 0428 255 447
 
Information to include:
Name and contact details (email address and phone number):
Local Government Area:
Property location/Address: 
Property size:
Vegetation type (if known) or dominant tree species occurring on the property:
Whether you’re interest is in tube stock plantings or constructed hollows (nest boxes)/ in-situ carved hollows or both:
Any other relevant information:

Development Proposal

Armidale Regional Council has received Development Application No. 55-2021 for a 20 Lot Subdivision.

The Development, which is nominated integrated development, is proposed at Lot 408 DP 755808 being, 201 Old Gostwyck Road Armidale.

Mr Sean Doodson on behalf of New England Surveying & Engineering has lodged the Application and Armidale Regional Council will be the Consent Authority.

The Application and supporting documentation may be inspected at Council’s Civic Administration Building, 135 Rusden Street Armidale between 8.30am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday, public holidays excluded, or via Council’s online self service portal under ‘Applications on Notification’ until 23 April 2021.  Within this time, written submissions may be made and any objection to the proposal must state the grounds of objection.

Should you have any further enquiries in relation to the Application, please contact Mr John Goodall, Council’s Coordinator Development on (02) 6770 3609 or email council@armidale.nsw.gov.au

Please note that under State legislation, any person making a submission on a Development Application must also disclose whether they or any “associate” have made a “reportable political donation” or gift to a local Councillor or Council employee within the period commencing two years before an submission is made and ending when that Application is determined. Further details including disclosure forms are available on request from Council.

J Roncon
General Manager


Development Proposal

Armidale Regional Council has received Development Application No. 54-2021 for a 6 Lot Subdivision.

The Development, which is nominated integrated development, is proposed at Lot 1 DP 129672 being, 26-46 Kurrawatha Avenue Armidale.

Mr Rowan Donnelly on behalf of New England Surveying & Engineering has lodged the Application and Armidale Regional Council will be the Consent Authority.

The Application and supporting documentation may be inspected at Council’s Civic Administration Building, 135 Rusden Street Armidale between 8.30am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday, public holidays excluded, or via Council’s online self service portal under ‘Applications on Notification’ until 23 April 2021.  Within this time, written submissions may be made and any objection to the proposal must state the grounds of objection.

Should you have any further enquiries in relation to the Application, please contact Ms Kate Blackwood, Council’s Development Assessment Planner on (02) 6770 3883 or email council@armidale.nsw.gov.au

Please note that under State legislation, any person making a submission on a Development Application must also disclose whether they or any “associate” have made a “reportable political donation” or gift to a local Councillor or Council employee within the period commencing two years before an submission is made and ending when that Application is determined. Further details including disclosure forms are available on request from Council.

J Roncon
General Manager

Armidale Regional Council - Roads Act 1993 - Naming of Roads
 
 Pursuant to Section 162 of the Roads Act 1993, Council proposes to officially name the following road: 

Location:
These roads are internal roads at the Armidale Business Park, 33-125 Saumarez Road Armidale.  
Proposed Names: Diamond Close and Trestrail Place
 
Written submissions on the proposal will be received until 5pm on Monday, 10 May 2021.


What's on Public Exhibition

Council's yoursay.armidale online engagement hub provides information on initiatives, projects and policies that are currently seeking feedback from the community or submissions via a formal public exhibition period.


Development Applications

Development Application submissions and status' can be viewed here. Select the 'last 30 days' option in your search criteria. 

Development Applications can be found on the Self Service section of Council's website under 'Application on Notification'.