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No. 28 1659


THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

www.governmentgazette.sa.gov.au




PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


ALL PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this GAZETTE are to be considered official, and obeyed as such

ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 7 MAY 2015




CONTENTS


Page

Appointments, Resignations, Etc. 1660

Arkaroola Protection Act 2012—Notice 1661

Associations Incorporation Act 1985—Notice 1661

Authorised Betting Operations Act 2000—Notice 1663

Building Work Contractors Act 1995—Notice 1662

Corporations and District Councils—Notices 1691

Development Act 1993—Notices 1667

Electoral Act 1985—Notice 1670

Geographical Names Act 1991—Notices 1670

Housing Improvement Act 1940—Notices 1671

Independent Gambling Authority—Notice 1665

Mining Act 1971—Notices 1673

National Electricity Law—Notice 1674

National Gas Law—Notice 1674

National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972—Notice 1674

Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000—Notice 1674

Proclamations 1678

Public Trustee Office—Administration of Estates 1691

Real Property Act 1886—Notice 1676



REGULATIONS

Co-operatives National Law (South Australia) Act 2013—

(No. 45 of 2015) 1679

Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991—Notices 1675

South Australian Housing Trust Regulations 2010—
Notice 1677

South Australian Public Health Act 2011—Notice 1674

Survey Act 1992—Notice 1674



GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES

Notices for publication in the South Australian Government Gazette should be emailed to governmentgazette@dpc.sa.gov.au. Content should be sent as Word format attachment(s). Covering emails should include the date the notice is to be published and to whom the notice will be charged. Closing time for lodgement is 4 p.m. on the Tuesday preceding the regular Thursday publication. Gazette enquiries to: Phone 8207 1045. The Government Gazette is available online at: www.governmentgazette.sa.gov.au.




Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the History Trust of South Australia, pursuant to the provisions of the History Trust of South Australia Act 1981:

Member: (from 7 May 2015 until 6 May 2016)

June Ruby Roache

Chloe Catienne Fox

Joost Den Hartog

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the HomeStart Finance Board of Management, pursuant to the provisions of the Urban Renewal Act 1995:

Member: (from 28 June 2015 until 27 June 2018)

Christopher John Ward

Deputy Presiding Member: (from 28 June 2015 until 27 June 2018)

Christopher John Ward

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

HUD0008/15CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the South Australian Water Corporation Board, pursuant to the provisions of the South Australian Water Corporation Act 1994:

Director: (from 7 May 2015 until 6 May 2018)

Ian Francis Stirling

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable the Chief Justice Christopher John Kourakis, as Governor’s Deputy of South Australia for the period from 8.30 a.m. on Monday, 11 May 2015 until 2 p.m. on Wednesday, 13 May 2015.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Zoe Lee Bettison, MP, Minister for Communities and Social Inclusion, Minister for Social Housing, Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Minister for Ageing, Minister for Youth and Minister for Volunteers to be also Acting Minister for Employment, Higher Education and Skills, Acting Minister for Science and Information Economy, Acting Minister for the Status of Women and Acting Minister for Business Services and Consumers for the period from 23 May 2015 to 30 May 2015 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Gail Elizabeth Gago, MLC.

By command,

Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Susan Elizabeth Close, MP, Minister for Education and Child Development and Minister for the Public Sector to be also Acting Minister for Investment and Trade, Acting Minister for Defence Industries and Acting Minister for Veterans’ Affairs for the period from 17 May 2015 to 30 May 2015 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Martin Leslie James Hamilton-Smith, MP.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Linda Williams to the position of Deputy Commissioner of Police for a period of five years commencing on 21 July 2015 and expiring on 20 July 2020, pursuant to the provisions of the Police Act 1998.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

MPOL15/05CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint David Warren Stevens to the position of Presiding Commissioner of the Public Sector Grievance Review Commission for a term of one year commencing on 24 May 2015 and expiring on 23 May 2016, pursuant to Schedule 2 of the Public Sector Act 2009.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Kathleen Patricia McEvoy to the position of Assistant Commissioner of the Public Sector Grievance Review Commission for a term of one year commencing on 24 May 2015 and expiring on 23 May 2016, pursuant to Schedule 2 of the Public Sector Act 2009.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

MPS15/010

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Anne Gordon Burgess to the position of Assistant Commissioner of the Public Sector Grievance Review Commission for a term of one year commencing on 24 May 2015 and expiring on 23 May 2016, pursuant to Schedule 2 of the Public Sector Act 2009.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

MPS15/010

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has removed from the office of Justice of the Peace Carolyn Janis Solly, effective from 7 May 2015, pursuant to Section 11 (5) (b) of the Justices of the Peace Act 2005.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

JP15/010CS


Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 7 May 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint, by Notice in the Government Gazette the people listed in the attached Notice as Justices of the Peace for South Australia, upon the terms and conditions set out in the Notice, pursuant to Section 4 of the Justices of the Peace Act 2005.

Notice of Appointment of Justices of the Peace for


South Australia

Pursuant to Section 4 of the Justices of the Peace Act 2005

I, THE GOVERNOR in Executive Council, hereby appoint the people listed as Justices of the Peace for South Australia for a period of ten years commencing from 7 May 2015 and expiring on 6 May 2025, it being a condition of appointment that the Justices of the Peace must take the oaths required of a Justice under the Oaths Act 1936 and return the oaths form to the Justice of the Peace Services within 3 months of the date of appointment.

Godfrey Miniki Agaeyi

Carolyne Lindsay Bird

Lisa Ann Brett

Teresa Bruno

Louis Reynolds Antoine Casse

Ann Louise Catford

Jeanette Gertrude Curtis

Catherine Louise Dale

Paul James Daly

Hannah Louise Evans

Paul Stanley Gibbs

Paul Kieran Hackett

Barry Keith Hill

Timothy David Hobbs

Md Monowar Hossain

Stephen Charles Impett

Raylene Jean Lander

Amita Malhotra

Roxanne Michelle Nathan

Alison Terri Stevie Oxby

Jeffrey John Palmer

David William Payne

Cheryl Margaret Pomeroy

Matthew Peter Robinson

Susan Elizabeth Ross

Christopher George Smith

Kym Stevens

Sudhir Thakur

Angela Margaret Trevor

Francis Charles Wilcox

Paul John Zimmerman

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

JP15/013CS


ARKAROOLA PROTECTION ACT 2012



Arkaroola Protection Area Draft Management Plan

I, IAN HUNTER, Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation, hereby give notice under the provisions of the Arkaroola Protection Act 2012, that a draft management plan has been proposed for the Arkaroola Protection Area.

Copies of the draft plan may be inspected at or obtained at the following locations:

Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources Customer Service Centre, Level 1, 100 Pirie Street, Adelaide, telephone: (08) 8204 1910.

• Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources Port Augusta Office, 9 Mackay Street, Port Augusta, telephone: (08) 8648 5300.

www.environment.sa.gov.au/parkmanagement

Any person may make representations in connection with the draft management plan during the period up to and including
14 August 2015.

Written comments should be forwarded to the Coordinator, Protected Area Management, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, G.P.O. Box 1047, Adelaide, S.A. 5001 or DEWNRProtectedAreaManagement@sa.gov.au.



Ian Hunter, Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation

ASSOCIATIONS INCORPORATION ACT 1985



Deregistration of Associations

NOTICE is hereby given that the Corporate Affairs Commission approves the applications for deregistration received from the associations named below, pursuant to Section 43A of the Associations Incorporation Act 1985. Deregistration takes effect on the date of publication of this notice.

Charity Direct Incorporated

Concordia International Service Foundation of Australia Incorporated

Debra A (SA) Incorporated

Inman Valley Craft and Produce Market Incorporated

Local Government Community Development and Services Association of Australia Incorporated

River Murray Urban Users Local Action Planning Committee Incorporated

The Lions Club of Grange Incorporated

United Camping Club Incorporated

Western Schools Chaplaincy Support Association Incorporated

2014 Beefsteak & Burgundy Convention Incorporated

Given at Adelaide, 4 May 2015.

R. Aloi, A Delegate of the Corporate Affairs Commission

BUILDING WORK CONTRACTORS ACT 1995

Exemption

TAKE notice that, pursuant to Section 45 of the Building Work Contractors Act 1995, I, Dini Soulio, Commissioner for Consumer Affairs, do hereby exempt the licensee named in Schedule 1 from the application of Division 3 of Part 5 of the above Act in relation to domestic building work described in Schedule 2 and subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 3.

Schedule 1

Gregory McDonald (BLD 209628).

Schedule 2

Construction of a single storey semi-detached dwelling on land situated at Allotment 200 in Deposited Plan 96092 being a portion of the land described in Certificate of Title Volume 5317, Folio 472, more commonly known as 18A Andrew Avenue, Marion.

Schedule 3

1. This exemption is limited to domestic building work personally performed by the licensee in relation to the building work described in Schedule 2.

2. This exemption does not apply to any domestic building work the licensee contracts to another building work contractor, for which that contractor is required by law to hold building indemnity insurance.

3. That the licensee does not transfer his interest in the land prior to five years from the date of completion of the building work the subject of this exemption, without the prior authorisation of the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs. Before giving such authorisation, the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs may require the licensee to take any reasonable steps to protect the future purchaser(s) of the property, including but not limited to:

• providing evidence that an adequate policy of building indemnity insurance is in force to cover the balance of the five-year period from the date of completion of the building work the subject of this exemption;

• providing evidence of an independent expert inspection of the building work the subject of this exemption;

• making an independent expert report available to prospective purchasers of the property; and

• giving prospective purchasers of the property notice of the absence of a policy of building indemnity insurance.

Dated 1 May 2015.

D. Soulio, Commissioner for Consumer Affairs, Delegate for the Minister for Business Services and Consumers

Ref.: 610/14-00116

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Authorised Betting Operations Act 2000

Section 4 (1) (a)



GR Notice No. 7 of 2015

Approved Contingencies (Eurovision—Ubet SA)
Notice 2015

INDEPENDENT GAMBLING AUTHORITY, by this notice, approves contingencies relating to sporting or other events within or outside Australia for the purposes of betting operations conducted under the major betting operations licence:



1 Citation

(1) This notice may be cited as the Approved Contingencies (Eurovision—Ubet SA) Notice 2015.

(2) This notice amends the notice dated 11 December 2001 published in the Government Gazette on 13 December 2001 at page 5549, in this notice called ‘the Principal Notice’.

2 Insertion of contingencies

At the end of the Table in Division 1 of Part 2 of the Principal Notice, insert



8.

Eurovision

Win, finishing position, head to head, make a final, margin win, pick the margins, pick the result, pick the score, pick the winner type, qualify, top 2–10, winning score, wooden spoon

3 Insertion of definitions

Insert, in the appropriate alphabetical sequence in the Principal Notice, the following definitions—

‘Eurovision’ means the annual song contest conducted by the European Broadcasting Union.

‘Head to head’ means the contingency that one or more specified Entrant(s) in an Event(s), or qualifying round(s) leading up to the Event(s), will win over the other specified Entrant(s) in the Event(s) or qualifying round(s) leading up to the Event(s).

‘Make final’ means the contingency that a specified Entrant in an Event will finish in a position which qualifies the Entrant for the final of the Event.

‘Pick the winner type’ means the contingency that a type(s) of Entrant(s) will win a specified Event(s), or qualifying round(s) leading up to the Event(s) e.g. winner will be female/male.

‘Qualify’ means the contingency that a specified Entrant in an Event will meet the criteria established by the recognised governing body for the event which qualifies the Entrant for the Event or qualifying rounds leading up to the Event.

‘Top 2-10’ means the contingency that a specified Entrant in an Event being a competition (with more than 10 entrants) will finish the Event, or qualifying rounds leading up to the Event, in a position ranked no worse than second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth or tenth (but only where there are more than 10 Entrants in the Event or qualifying rounds leading up to the Event).

Dated  4 May 2015.



R. C. J. Chappell, Secretary to the Independent Gambling Authority
SOUTH AUSTRALIA

GR Notice No. 8 of 2015

Gambling Codes of Practice (Premium Gaming)
Variation Notice 2015


[7 May 2015]

BY this notice, the Independent Gambling Authority varies prescribed advertising and responsible gambling codes of practice, as follows:



1 Citation, commencement, authorising provisions, etc.

(1) This notice may be cited as the Gambling Codes of Practice (Premium Gaming) Variation Notice 2015.

(2) This notice comes into operation on the day following its publication in the Government Gazette.

(3) This notice is authorised by Section 41A of the Casino Act 1997, in particular Section 41A (9).



2 Purpose

This notice varies the Gambling Codes of Practice Notice 20131 to allow the service of liquor at automatic devices in premium gaming areas of the Adelaide Casino.



3 Variation of Clause 51A (2)—Alcohol and gambling

In Clause 51A (2) of the Gambling Codes of Practice Notice 2013, for ‘an automated table game (unless the automated table game is conducted by a dealer)’, substitute—

‘ automated table game equipment, unless—

(a) the machine or equipment is in a premium gaming area2; or

(b) the automated table game is conducted by a dealer’.

NOTE

1. The commencement proposed by Clause 1 (2) was certified by the Minister for Business Services and Consumers under Section 10AA of the Subordinate Legislation Act 1978 on 1 May 2015.


DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993

Section 29 Amendment to the Charles Sturt Council Development Plan



Preamble

1. It is necessary to amend the Charles Sturt Council Development Plan (the Plan) dated 25 September 2014.

Notice

PURSUANT to Section 29 (2) (a) of the Development Act 1993, I amend the Plan as follows:



(a) within the Non-complying table, Procedural Matters section of the Urban Core Zone, replace:

Form of development

Exceptions

Shop or group of shops with a gross leasable area of greater than 500 square metres where located outside of the Main Street Policy Area 24 only within Bowden Urban Village.

Except where located within Bowden Urban Village and one of the following apply:

(a) a bulky goods outlet located to the south of the rail corridor and the total gross leasable floor area does not exceed 2 000 m2; or

(b) a restaurant.

with:


Form of development

Exceptions

Shop or group of shops within Bowden Urban Village with a gross leasable area of greater than 500 m2.

Except where one of the following apply:

(a) within Main Street Policy Area 24;

(b) a bulky goods outlet located to the south of the rail corridor and the total gross leasable floor area does not exceed 2 000 m2; or

(c) a restaurant.


(b) fix the day on which this notice is published in the Gazette as the day on which the Section 29 Amendment will come into operation.

Dated 4 May 2015.



S. Moseley, General Manager,

Information and Strategy Directorate, Development Division,

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

as Delegate of John Rau, Minister for Planning


DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993: SECTION 46 (1)



Preamble

Subsection (1) of Section 46 of the Development Act 1993, allows the Minister for Planning to apply that section to a specified kind of development or project if the Minister is of the opinion that a declaration under that section is appropriate or necessary for the proper assessment of development or a project of major environmental, social or economic importance.

Notice

PURSUANT to Section 46 (1) of the Development Act 1993, being of the opinion that a declaration under that section is appropriate for the proper assessment of development of major economic importance, I declare that Section 46 of the Act applies to all development of a kind specified in Schedule 1, in that part of the State specified in Schedule 2.



Schedule 1

The following kinds of development are specified:



(a) the construction of a building within the site specified in Schedule 2 for one or more of the following purposes:

(i) residential accommodation;

(ii) tourist accommodation;

(ii) retail premises;

(iv) commercial premises;

(v) function centre;



(b) the demolition of a building within the site specified in Schedule 2;

(c) the undertaking of works for the purposes of, or otherwise related to; roads, stormwater and effluent treatment in connection with the development whether undertaken within the site specified in Schedule 2 or on other adjacent land;

(d) a change in the use of land associated with any development within the ambit of a preceding paragraph;

(e) the division of an allotment associated with any development within the ambit of a preceding paragraph; and

(f) any related or ancillary development associated with development within the ambit of a preceding paragraph.

Schedule 2

The whole of the land comprised in the table below, as shown on the attached map in Schedule 3:


Plan Parcel

Title

F1437A14

CT5085/557

F1437A19

CT5085/558

F1437A20

CT5085/559

Schedule 3

Dated 29 April 2015.



John Rau, Minister For Planning

DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993, SECTION 25 (17): ALEXAN-


DRINA COUNCIL RURAL AREAS DEVELOPMENT PLAN AMENDMENT

Preamble

1. The Rural Areas Development Plan Amendment (the Amendment) by the Alexandrina Council has been finalised in accordance with the provisions of the Development Act 1993.

2. The Minister for Planning has decided to approve the Amendment.

Notice


PURSUANT to Section 25 of the Development Act 1993, I—

(a) approve the Amendment; and

(b) fix the day on which this notice is published in the Gazette as the day on which the Amendment will come into operation.

Dated 29 April 2015.



John Rau, Deputy Premier, Minister for Planning

ELECTORAL ACT 1985



Part 6—Registration of Political Parties

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 42 of the Electoral Act 1985, that I have this day registered the following political party:

Name of Party: Danig Party of Australia (SA Division)

Dated 7 May 2015.



K. Mousley, Electoral Commissioner

ECSA 116/2013


GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT 1991



Notice to Alter the Boundaries of Places

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 11B (1) (b) of the Geographical Names Act 1991, that I, MICHAEL BURDETT, Surveyor-General and Delegate appointed by Stephen Mullighan, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Geographical Names Act 1991, is committed DO HEREBY:

1. Exclude from the suburb of KESWICK and include into the suburb of WAYVILLE that area marked (A) shown highlighted in blue on the plan.

2. Exclude from the suburb of FORESTVILLE and include into the suburb of WAYVILLE that area marked (B) shown highlighted in purple on the plan.

3. Exclude from the suburb of FORESTVILLE and include into the suburb of GOODWOOD that area marked (C) shown highlighted in orange on the plan.

The altered boundary can be viewed on the Land Services Property Location Browser (PLB) website at http://maps.sa.gov.au/plb/ or on the Land Services website at www.sa.gov.au/landservices/namingproposals.

Dated 1 May 2015.

M. Burdett, Surveyor-General, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

DPTI.2015/006386/01

GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT 1991

Notice to Alter the Boundaries of Places

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 11B (1) (b) of the Geographical Names Act, 1991, that I, MICHAEL BURDETT, Surveyor-General and Delegate appointed by Stephen Mullighan, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Geographical Names Act 1991, is committed DO HEREBY exclude from the suburb of ROCKY GULLY and include into the suburb of WHITE HILL that area marked (A) shown on the plan.

The altered boundary can be viewed on the Land Services Property Location Browser (PLB) website at http://maps.sa.gov.au/plb/ or on the Land Services website at www.sa.gov.au/landservices/namingproposals.

Dated 1 May 2015.



M. Burdett, Surveyor-General, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

DPTI.2015/006387/01


HOUSING IMPROVEMENT ACT 1940



WHEREAS by notice published in the Government Gazette on the dates mentioned in the following table the South Australian Housing Trust Board Delegate did declare the houses described in the said table to be substandard for the purposes of Part 7 of the Housing Improvement Act 1940, the South Australian Housing Trust Board Delegate in the exercise of the powers conferred by the said Part, does hereby fix as the maximum rental per week which shall be payable subject to Section 55 of the Residential Tenancies Act 1995, in respect of each house described in the following table the amount shown in the said table opposite the description of such house and this notice shall come into force on the date of this publication in the Gazette.


Address of House

Allotment, Section, etc.

Certificate of Title 
Volume Folio

Date and page of Government Gazette in which notice declaring house to be substandard published

Maximum rental per week
payable in respect of each house
$
















17 Anzac Road, Port Pirie West

Allotment 209 in Deposited Plan 2249, Hundred of Pirie

5397

871

28.10.76, page 1496

75.00

80 Frederick Street, Unley

Allotment 178 in Deposited Plan 1051, Hundred of Adelaide

5457

679

20.6.91, page 1984

0.00
(unfit for
human habitation)

22 Livingston Street, Naracoorte

Allotment 61 of Township Plan 441202, Hundred of Naracoorte

5295

650

25.6.92, page 2054

72.00



















Dated at Adelaide, 7 May 2015. R. Hulm, Director, Corporate Services, Housing SA (Delegate SAHT)

HOUSING IMPROVEMENT ACT 1940



WHEREAS by notice published in the Government Gazette on the dates mentioned in the following table the South Australian Housing Trust Board Delegate did declare the houses described in the said table to be substandard for the purposes of Part 7 of the Housing Improvement Act 1940, and whereas the South Australian Housing Trust Board Delegate is satisfied that each of the houses described hereunder has ceased to be substandard, notice is hereby given that, in exercise of the powers conferred by the said Part, the South Australian Housing Trust does hereby revoke the said declaration in respect of each house.


Address of House

Allotment, Section, etc.

Certificate of Title 
Volume Folio

Date and page of Government Gazette in which notice declaring house to be substandard published













16 Brown Street, Kapunda

Allotment 125 in Filed Plan 198978, Hundred of Kapunda

5757

629

20.7.78, page 254

11 Dawn Avenue, Hectorville

Allotment 28 in Deposited Plan 4703, Hundred of Adelaide

5562

81

26.3.15, page 1272

19 Edgeworth Street, Prospect

Allotment 42 in Filed Plan 109907, Hundred of Yatala

5754

735

16.9.10, page 4841

313 Esplanade, Moana

Allotment 60 in Deposited Plan 3752, Hundred of Willunga

5720

695

26.10.06, page 3774

229 Glen Osmond Road, Frewville

Allotment 38 in Filed Plan 15859, Hundred of Adelaide

5841

548

11.12.86, page 1836

231 Glen Osmond Road, Frewville

Allotment 37 in Filed Plan 15859, Hundred of Adelaide

5841

547

25.5.95, page 2206

2 Hull Street, Elizabeth East

Allotment 687 in Deposited Plan 6552, Hundred of Munno Para

5226

349

15.1.15, page 279

161 KR Wilson Drive, Karoonda

Section 146 in Hundred of Marmon Jabuk in the area named Karoonda

5157

112

28.10.93, page 2118

9 Marden Street, Wallaroo

Allotment 33 in Deposited Plan 65851, Hundred of Wallaroo

5931

443

26.9.02, page 3466

47 (also known as 45-47) North Parade, Strathalbyn

Allotment 51 in Filed Plan 159828, Hundred of Strathalbyn

5737

662

3.10.13, page 3907

7 Sheldon Street, Norwood

Allotment 52 in Filed Plan 17256, Hundred of Adelaide

5208

362

12.9.74, page 1905

1 Wellington Avenue, Sellicks Beach

Allotment 40 in Deposited Plan 4850, Hundred of Willunga

5617

589

31.3.11, page 932

3 Williamson Road, Para Hills

Allotment 541 in Deposited Plan 6753, Hundred of Yatala

5629

285

26.2.15, page 822
















Dated at Adelaide, 7 May 2015. R. Hulm, Director, Corporate Services, Housing SA (Delegate SAHT)

HOUSING IMPROVEMENT ACT 1940



NOTICE is hereby given that the South Australian Housing Trust Board Delegate in the exercise of the powers conferred by the Housing Improvement Act 1940, does hereby declare the houses described in the table hereunder to be substandard for the purposes of Part 7 of the Housing Improvement Act 1940.


No. of House and Street

Locality

Allotment, Section, etc.

Certificate of Title 
Volume Folio













14 Butler Street

Mallala

Allotment 11 in Deposited Plan 4133, Hundred of Grace

5674

511

6 Emily Avenue

Clapham

Allotment 332 in Filed Plan 14106, Hundred of Adelaide

5353

542

32 Hambridge Road

Davoren Park

Allotment 423 in Deposited Plan 7340, Hundred of Munno Para

5277

779

Unit 4, 1 Murray Avenue

Mount Barker

Unit 4, Strata Plan 7907, Hundred of Macclesfield

5004

881

90 Old Sturt Highway (also known as Section 188)

Barmera

Section 188 of Hundred Plan 740900, Hundred of Cobdogla

5846

979

30 Rawson Street

Kingscote

Allotment 11 in Deposited Plan 73596, Hundred of Menzies

5985

647

9 Robert Street

Moonta

Allotment 381 in Filed Plan 198562, Hundred of Wallaroo

5853

914
















Dated at Adelaide, 7 May 2015. R. Hulm, Director, Corporate Services, Housing SA (Delegate SAHT)

MINING ACT 1971

PURSUANT to Section 15 (5) of the Mining Act 1971 (the Act), I advise that the Mineral Resources Division of Department of State Development, will be undertaking geoscientific investigations commencing on 7 May 2015 and concluding on 7 January 2016.

The area of interest is approximately 1 794 km2 and includes Yardea and Port Augusta 1:250 000 map sheets.

Pursuant to Section 15 (7) of the Act, the Minister may refuse to receive or consider an application of a mining tenement in respect of the land described in the notice until the completion date of 7 January 2016.

Description of Area

Northern Eyre Peninsula Area—Approximately 130 km and 85 km north-west of Kimba and 120 km north-east of Kimba, bounded as follows:



Area A

Commencing at a point being the intersection of latitude 32°16’S and longitude 135°13E, thence east to longitude 135°30E, south to latitude 32°30S, west to longitude 135°13E and north to the point of commencement.



Area B

Commencing at a point being the intersection of latitude 32°36S and longitude 135°32E, thence east to longitude 135°48E, south to latitude 32°48S, west to longitude 135°32E and north to the point of commencement.



Area C

Commencing at a point being the intersection of latitude 32°23S and longitude 137°17E, thence east to longitude 137°36E, south to latitude 32°33S, west to longitude 137°17E and north to the point of commencement.

All the within latitudes and longitudes are geodetic and expressed in terms of the Australian Geodetic Datum as defined on page 4984 of Commonwealth Gazette No. 84 dated October 6, 1966 (AGD66).

Reference: MER F2014/000909

Dated 7 May 2015.



J. Martin, Mining Registrar

MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area:

Applicant: Christopher William Reindler

Location: Mount Sarah areaApproximately 60 km north-north-west of Oodnadatta.

Pastoral Lease: Mount Sarah

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 269

Ref.: 2015/00059

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.


gov.au/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on
(08) 8463 3103.

J. Martin, Mining Registrar

NATIONAL ELECTRICITY LAW

THE Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) gives notice under the National Electricity Law as follows:

Under s 95, the COAG Energy Council has requested the AEMO access to demand forecasting information proposal (Ref. ERC0184). The proposal seeks to give AEMO access to information to develop transmission connection point demand forecasts. Submissions must be received by 4 June 2015.

Under s 95, the COAG Energy Council has requested the Compensation arrangements following application of an administered price cap and administered floor price proposal (Ref. ERC0176). The proposal seeks to improve the way generators can be compensated under the National Electricity Rules after a sustained period of high prices. Submissions must be received by 4 June 2015.

Submissions can be made via the AEMC’s website. Before making a submission, please review the AEMC’s privacy statement on its website. Submissions should be made in accordance with the AEMC’s guidelines for making written submissions on Rule change proposals. The AEMC publishes all submissions on its website, subject to confidentiality.

Documents referred to above are available on the AEMC’s website and are available for inspection at the AEMC’s office.

Australian Energy Market Commission

Level 6, 201 Elizabeth Street,

Sydney, N.S.W. 2000

Phone: (02) 8296 7800

Website: www.aemc.gov.au

7 May 2015.

NATIONAL GAS LAW

THE Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) gives notice under the National Gas Law as follows:

Under ss 311 and 313, the making of the National Gas Amendment (Contingency Gas Evidentiary Changes) Rule 2015 No. 2 and related final determination. All provisions commence on 5 November 2015.

Documents referred to above are available on the AEMC’s website and are available for inspection at the AEMC’s office

Australian Energy Market Commission

Level 6, 201 Elizabeth Street

Sydney, N.S.W. 2000

Phone: (02) 8296 7800

www.aemc.gov.au

7 May 2015.


NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE ACT 1972



Breakaways Conservation Park Draft Management Plan

I, IAN HUNTER, Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation, hereby give notice under the provisions of Section 38 of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972, that a draft management plan has been proposed for Breakaways Conservation Park.

Copies of the draft plan may be inspected at or obtained from:

www.environment.sa.gov.au/parkmanagement; or

• District Council of Coober Pedy
(Lot 773, Hutchison Street, Coober Pedy, S.A. 5723),
Email: breakaways@cpcouncil.sa.gov.au
Phone: 8672 4600

Any person may make representations in connection with the draft management plan during the period up to and including 31 July 2015.

Written comments should be forwarded to Chevahn Hoad, Breakaways Co-Management Board Executive Officer, District Council of Coober Pedy, P.O. Box 425, Coober Pedy, S.A. 5723 or emailed to breakaways@cpcouncil.sa.gov.au.

Ian Hunter, Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation

PETROLEUM AND GEOTHERMAL ENERGY ACT 2000



Suspension of Condition
Petroleum Exploration Licence—PEL 82

PURSUANT to Section 76A of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000, notice is hereby given that Condition 1 of Petroleum Exploration Licence PEL 82 has been suspended for the period from and including 4 September 2015 to 3 March 2016, under the provisions of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000, pursuant to delegated powers dated 21 March 2012.

The term of PEL 82 has been extended by a period corresponding to the period of suspension, such that the licence will now expire on 3 March 2016.

Dated 4 May 2015.

B. A. Goldstein,

Executive Director,

Energy Resources Division,

Department of State Development,

Delegate of the Minister for Mineral

Resources and Energy


SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 2011



Appointments

TAKE notice that I, Jack Snelling, Minister for Health, pursuant to Section 51 (23) (b) of the South Australian Public Health Act 2011, do hereby declare the undermentioned entities as Public Health Partner Authorities:

• The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure;

• The South Australian Council of Social Service; and

• Biosecurity SA.

Dated 5 May 2015.



Jack Snelling, Minister for Health

SURVEY ACT 1992



Designated Survey Areas

PURSUANT to Section 49 (1) (b) of the Survey Act 1992, I declare that from 7 August 2015 the following areas of the State, numbered 214, 216, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 531 and 532 outlined on Rack Plan 1078, to be designated survey areas.

Rack Plan 1078 may be inspected at the Information Booth, Land Titles Office, Ground Floor, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide.

Dated 7 May 2015.



M. P. Burdett, Surveyor-General

ROADS (OPENING AND CLOSING) ACT 1991:


SECTION 24
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