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City of Ballarat Community Magazine July 2011
The City of Ballarat has received an application to rezone land in Tresize
Lane, Mt Clear from Farming Zone to Residential 1 Zone.
Council is seeking formal comment from the public regarding the
The land proposed to be rezoned is approximately 4.5ha in area and adjoins
Residential 1 zoned land to the north. To the south and east is farming land
and to the west is the Emmaus Primary School.
The land is largely cleared of native vegetation and has been sporadically
used for grazing. A tributar y to the Canadian Creek also runs through the
The proposed rezoning is an extension to the existing vacant residentially
zoned land to the north. It is proposed to have approximately 20 lots ranging
on the rezoned land.
Future development of this site and existing adjoining residential zoned
land will include creek rehabilitation as well as extensions to the existing
The amendment is on formal exhibition until late September at Town Hall,
Sturt Street, Ballarat.
For information, call City of Ballarat Strategic Planner Cameron Haines at
53205103 or email cameronhaines@Ballarat.vic.gov.au.
Below: Land in Tresize Lane, Mount Clear that is under application for rezoning is
marked in red.
Above: Preparatory works for new Whitehorse Rd Pedestrian Bridge (vehicle bridge
The following construction works are about to begin or are in currently progress.
Replacement of bridge
following Jan-Feb floods
Addington / Creswick
construction and road
Scotts Parade Car Park
and Road Pavement
Street to Rowe Street
concrete kerb and
Gillies Road, Kennedys
Road to Sweenys
Construction of road
shoulder pavement both
sides to widen existing
Norman Street Road
Havelock Street to
reconstruction, kerb and
channel and drainage
Scott Parade Road
between Queen Street
and Stawell Street
widening, kerb and
channel, drainage and
Webster Street Road
and Drummond Street
Residents and businesses directly affected by these projects will receive
correspondence from Council detailing the location and impact of the works.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised to approach the areas with caution
and comply with speed restrictions.
Enforceable speed restriction signage is installed at many of the construction
sites for the safety of road users, pedestrians and construction personnel.
Drivers are urged to comply with the lower speed limits at all sites.
Enquiries regarding the works should be directed to Council’s Customer
Service Centre at 5320 5500.
For more information, visit www.ballarat.vic.gov.au.
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