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BUILDING ENDORSEMENT AND STATUTORY PLANNING APPROVAL PROCESS


A Lot owner shall obtain building endorsement from Mirvac’s Swanbourne Design Committee before a formal development application for planning approval and building licence application is lodged with the City of Nedlands – further explanation on this process is provided overleaf.
Town Planning Scheme No.2 requires that Planning Approval must be obtained from the City of Nedlands for all development. The usual local government, Building and Health By-Laws remain in force and Licences (Building and Health) must also be obtained, as necessary from the City of Nedlands.
a) Building endorsement and statutory planning approval process

The Lot owner shall first obtain endorsement for the building from Mirvac’s Swanbourne Design Committee (SDC) for all sketch design drawings and detailed design information prior to a development application for planning approval to the City of Nedlands. The SDC will guide the design development of every dwelling within the contract of sale conditions.


An SDC member will invite the Lot owner or their appointed Architect/Designer to a briefing on the intent of the Design Guidelines and to discuss any initial design concept. An SDC member will be available to answer telephone queries throughout the process.
The SDC’s endorsement of a building design shall not imply or guarantee a planning approval by the City of Nedlands. The City of Nedlands will be asked to consider the SDC’s endorsement of a building design as supporting advice included in the statutory planning process. The flow chart below explains the steps in the building endorsement process prior to a development application for planning approval and building licence application to Council:


STEP ONE - Meeting with the SDC
An SDC member invites the lot owner or their appointed Architect/designer to a briefing on the intent of the Design Guidelines and to discuss any initial concept design.






STEP TWO - Sketch design drawings submitted to the SDC
The applicant shall submit sketch design drawings to the SDC for preliminary comment. These comments will be returned to the applicant.
The drawings shall be in accordance with the Design Guidelines. The applicant shall ensure that all relevant and current statutory requirements are met.






STEP THREE - Detailed design information/drawings submitted to the SDC
The applicant shall submit detailed design information and drawings to the SDC for endorsement.
The detailed design information/drawings shall be in accordance with the Design Guidelines. The applicant shall ensure that all relevant and current statutory requirements are met.













Plans endorsed:
Plans comply with the Design Guidelines. The detailed design drawings/information are endorsed by the SDC, stamped and returned to the applicant with an endorsement letter.

Plans resubmitted:
Only if plans do not comply with the Design Guidelines or if requested information remains outstanding.
The SDC will return the detailed design or Building Licence drawings with comments outlining the reasons for resubmission to the applicant.
The applicant shall reapply and pay for a reassessment. The reassessment fee of $500 is payable to Mirvac.




STEP FOUR - Application to the City of Nedlands for statutory Planning Approval
The applicant shall submit drawings and information to the City of Nedlands for approval. The drawings shall incorporate all the Design Guidelines mandatory items.
The Application shall include the Council’s required documentation/fees, the detailed drawings stamped and endorsed by the SDC and the endorsement letter.










STEP FIVE - Building Licence drawings submitted to the SDC
The applicant shall submit Building Licence drawings/specifications and other information to the SDC for endorsement. All the Design Guidelines mandatory items, including the Environmental Performance requirements listed on p.16-17 are required.















STEP SIX - Application to the City of Nedlands for a statutory Building Licence
The applicant shall submit an application for a Building Licence to the City of Nedlands for statutory approval.
The Application shall include the Council’s required documentation/fees, the Building Licence drawings stamped and endorsed by the SDC and the endorsement letter.



A LOT OWNER IS STRONGLY ADVISED TO ENGAGE AN ARCHITECT OR DESIGNER WHO HAS PROVEN SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE IN WORKING WITH DESIGN GUIDELINES, AND DESIGNING AND DOCUMENTING CONTEMPORARY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF A HIGH QUALITY.
b) Variations

The Council may approve an application involving departures from the specific criteria of the Guidelines, if in its opinion, the application satisfies the objectives of the Guidelines. The Council may refuse Planning Approval for a development not considered to be in keeping with the objectives of the guidelines.



IMPORTANT:

PRIOR TO SUBMISSION TO COUNCIL, THE APPLICANT SHALL ENSURE THAT THE APPLICATION SATISFIES THE DESIGN GUIDELINES AND ALL OTHER RELEVANT STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS.
IN PARTICULAR, THE APPLICANT SHALL ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH TPS PROVISION 5.11 - MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT.
ANY IMPROVEMENTS TO A LOT WHICH ARE NOT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPROVED DEVELOPMENT MUST BE REMOVED UPON NOTIFICATION OR RECTIFIED AT THE EXPENSE OF THE LOT OWNER.

4 DOCUMENTATION

The minimum documentation to be submitted to the SDC’s building endorsement process (see previous section 3) shall include two paper copies of the following:


a) Step Two: Submission of sketch design drawings

  1. Site plan in context, 1:200 min. (showing contextual aspects taken into consideration, existing and proposed critical levels, critical setback and building envelope dimensions, garage location, drying court, screened bin store, any freestanding storage enclosure, etc)

  2. Floor plans of each level, 1:100 min.

  3. Elevations of all sides, 1:100 min.

  4. Section showing any changes in level, 1:100 min.

  5. Diagram demonstrating any overshadowing of adjoining Lots, 1:200 min.


b) Step Three: Submission of detailed design information

  1. Site plan in context, 1:200 min. (showing existing and proposed critical levels, fully dimensioned in accordance with setbacks and building envelope, garage location, drying court, screened bin storage area, any freestanding storage enclosure, etc)

  2. Floor plans of each level (including the roof plan), 1:100 min.

  3. Coloured elevations of all sides, 1:100 min. (including the position of solar panels and any air conditioning unit)

  4. Section showing any changes in level, 1:100 min.

  5. Diagram demonstrating any overshadowing of adjoining Lots, 1:200 min.

  6. Materials and Colours Schedule,

  7. Indicative landscape plan, 1:100 (front setback and outdoor living area/s)


c) Step Five: Submission of Building Licence drawings

1. Building Licence drawings (including compliance with all mandatory Environmental Performance items on p.16-17)


All drawings submitted shall include a north point and bar scale. The SDC may request any additional information or clarification to support the application.


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