Access to properties - Trevithick Close Stirling

Consultation has concluded

The City would like to enable a strip of land running along Telford Crescent, Stirling to be used as a road reserve so that it might be used to support vehicle access to new development sites on Trevithick Close.

The proposal relates to a 415m² part of Reserve 31325. This is in accordance with Council resolution 0618/017, which can be found on page 231 of the 12 June 2018 Council Minutes.

This 'Reserve Strip' forms part of Reserve 31325, a 'public recreation' reserve managed by the City.

The City is proposing to request the Minister for Lands to:

  • Excise the Reserve Strip from the 'public recreation' Reserve 31325
  • Dedicate the Reserve Strip as road reserve.

The Reserve Strip is adjacent to proposed new development sites.

If the City’s proposed request is granted by the Minister for Lands, this would:

  • Allow the City to manage the Reserve Strip as road reserve
  • Facilitate approvals of vehicular accesses from Telford Crescent to the new development sites over the Reserve Strip.

The City would like to enable a strip of land running along Telford Crescent, Stirling to be used as a road reserve so that it might be used to support vehicle access to new development sites on Trevithick Close.

The proposal relates to a 415m² part of Reserve 31325. This is in accordance with Council resolution 0618/017, which can be found on page 231 of the 12 June 2018 Council Minutes.

This 'Reserve Strip' forms part of Reserve 31325, a 'public recreation' reserve managed by the City.

The City is proposing to request the Minister for Lands to:

  • Excise the Reserve Strip from the 'public recreation' Reserve 31325
  • Dedicate the Reserve Strip as road reserve.

The Reserve Strip is adjacent to proposed new development sites.

If the City’s proposed request is granted by the Minister for Lands, this would:

  • Allow the City to manage the Reserve Strip as road reserve
  • Facilitate approvals of vehicular accesses from Telford Crescent to the new development sites over the Reserve Strip.
Consultation has concluded
  • Report to be considered at upcoming Committee meeting

    by GemmaT, about 1 year ago
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    The outcomes of consultation for the proposed access to properties on Trevithick Close in Stirling will be presented to the Community and Resources Committee meeting on Tuesday 23 October 2018.

    The meeting is open to the public and commences at 6.00pm in the Parmelia Room at the City of Stirling Main Administration Building, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling.

    Interested members of the community are invited to attend the meeting and address the Committee. Please note that if you wish to to address the Committee you must first register your interest before the start of the meeting. Only one speaker 'for'...

    The outcomes of consultation for the proposed access to properties on Trevithick Close in Stirling will be presented to the Community and Resources Committee meeting on Tuesday 23 October 2018.

    The meeting is open to the public and commences at 6.00pm in the Parmelia Room at the City of Stirling Main Administration Building, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling.

    Interested members of the community are invited to attend the meeting and address the Committee. Please note that if you wish to to address the Committee you must first register your interest before the start of the meeting. Only one speaker 'for' and one speaker 'against' the application will be permitted. More information about addressing Committee Meetings is available on the City’s website here.

    The Committee will make a recommendation to Council, which will be listed for consideration at the next ordinary meeting of Council. Visit the City's website for more information about Council meeting dates and agendas here.
  • Public comment period now closed

    by GemmaT, about 1 year ago
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    Thank you to all members of the community who submitted comments on this proposal.

    The comment period ran from 6 July 2018 and closed on 6 August 2018. During this time more than 30 submissions were received.

    A report is being prepared for Council on the submissions received from this process.

    Thank you to all members of the community who submitted comments on this proposal.

    The comment period ran from 6 July 2018 and closed on 6 August 2018. During this time more than 30 submissions were received.

    A report is being prepared for Council on the submissions received from this process.