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MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE,City of Monash,Telephone Interpreter. Service 131 450,2 Cultural Heritage Management Plan. City of Monash,MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE,Background 4. What is a Cultural Heritage Management Plan 4, When is a Cultural Heritage Management Plan required 4. Areas of Cultural Heritage Sensitivity within Monash that. 1 Trigger the requirement of a Cultural Heritage,Management Plan 5.
Map 1 Sites of Cultural Heritage Sensitivity in Monash 5. TEST Has the site experienced Significant Ground,2 Disturbance 6. TEST Applications that trigger a requirement for the. 3 a b preparation of a Cultural Heritage Management Plan 7. TEST High Impact Activities that trigger a requirement for the. 4 preparation of a Cultural Heritage Management Plan 8. Process for the preparation consideration and approval. of a Cultural Heritage Management Plan 9, Who is responsible for enforcing a Cultural Heritage. Management Plan 9,Unanswered Questions Who should I ask 10. Quick Check, Does a proposal require the preparation of a Cultural. Heritage Management Plan 11,3 Cultural Heritage Management Plan.
City of Monash,MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE,Background. The Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 and Regulations came into effect on 28 May. 2007 and provide clear guidance about when and how Aboriginal cultural. heritage management issues need to be considered, Part 4 of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 introduces the requirement for an. applicant to prepare a Cultural Heritage Management Plan. What is a Cultural Heritage Management Plan, A Cultural Heritage Management Plan is a written report which identifies and. assesses the nature of any Aboriginal cultural heritage present on a site and. makes recommendations to mitigate harm to that heritage. When Is a Cultural Heritage Management Plan required. A Cultural Heritage Management Plan is required for development which. Is on land within a Cultural Heritage Sensitivity Area see Test 1. Is on land that has not suffered significant ground disturbance see Test 2. Requires approval under ANY Act or Regulation see Test 3a. Is defined as a High Impact Activity which will result in significant ground. disturbance see Test 4, A Cultural Heritage Management Plan is required for the use of land which. Is on land within a Cultural Heritage Sensitivity Area see Test 1. Is on land that has not suffered significant ground disturbance see Test 2. Requires planning permit approval for a change of use see Test 3b. Is defined as a High Impact Activity see Test 4, The Responsible Authority which determines these applications must check.
whether a Cultural Heritage Management Plan is required prior to determination. of any of these applications If a Plan is required approval cannot be granted for. any application until a copy of an approved Plan is received Approval cannot be. granted for an activity that is inconsistent with the Plan. 4 Cultural Heritage Management Plan,City of Monash. MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE, TEST Areas of Cultural Heritage Sensitivity within Monash that trigger the. 1 requirement of a Cultural Heritage Management Plan. A Cultural Heritage Management Plan may be required on land which is. defined as an area of Cultural Heritage Sensitivity on the map below. MAP 1 Source VAHIS Aboriginal Affairs Victoria DVS. Detail maps are available for inspection at the City of Monash Town. Planning Section at 293 Springvale road Glen Waverley during normal. office hours,5 Cultural Heritage Management Plan,City of Monash. MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE, TEST Has the site experienced Significant Ground Disturbance. If a site has not experienced Significant Ground Disturbance it may require. a Cultural Heritage Management Plan, Significant ground disturbance is defined by the Regulations as the.
disturbance of,topsoil or surface rock layer of the ground or. waterways by machinery in the course of grading excavating digging. or dredging but not ploughing other than deep ripping. Any application being made in areas of cultural heritage sensitivity will. require further investigation by the applicant to confirm whether the site has. suffered significant ground disturbance to the satisfaction of the. Responsible Authority,Privately Owned Land, Preliminary examination of all privately owned land in Monash defined within. the area of Cultural Heritage Sensitivity indicates that these sites appear to. have been disturbed and hence are unlikely to require a Cultural Heritage. Management Plan, Confirmation can be provided by Council on written request following further. examination if required,Public Land, Preliminary examination also found that some publicly owned land appears. to be undisturbed and therefore a Cultural Heritage Management Plan. would be required on these sites for proposals defined by Tests 3 and 4. These sites include,Parts of Valley Reserve Mount Waverley.
Parts of Fairway Reserve Mount Waverley,Parts of Shepherds Bush Glen Waverley. It is recognized that drains pathways roads and other infrastructure have. disturbed parts of these sites Careful consideration should be given to. remaining areas for proposals defined by Tests 3 and 4. NOTE The preliminary examination undertaken was not an exhaustive. assessment of each site Sites other than those listed above may. also not have been significantly disturbed, An applicant entertaining a proposal defined by Tests 3 and 4 on. these sites must ensure compliance with the Aboriginal Heritage. Act 2006 and associated Regulations by determining whether the. land has been disturbed where any new works are proposed to. the satisfaction of the Responsible Authority,6 Cultural Heritage Management Plan. City of Monash,MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE, Applications that trigger a requirement for the preparation of a Cultural. Heritage Management Plan,Development, An application under ANY Act or Regulation to develop land for all or part of.
a High Impact Activity defined in Test 4 This includes but is not. limited to the following application types,Planning Permit applications. Amendment to Planning Permit applications if the amendment. constitutes a change to the development of the land for all or part of. that activity, Building permit applications both Council and Private Building. Any Engineering applications required under any Act or Regulation. Any Recreation applications required under any Act or Regulation. Applications required under any Act or Regulation where Council is not. the Responsible Authority, The following applications to use land for a High Impact Activity defined. Planning Permit applications, An application for Amendment to a Planning Permit if the amendment. constitutes a change to the use, An earth resource authorisation separately defined in section 50 of the.
Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 or an amendment to an earth resource. authorization,7 Cultural Heritage Management Plan,City of Monash. MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE, High Impact Activities that trigger the requirement for the preparation. 4 of a Cultural Heritage Management Plan, The following are defined as High Impact Activities. aquaculture major sports and recreation,camping and caravan park facility. car park minor sports and recreation,cemetery facility.
child care centre motor racing track,corrective institution place of assembly. crematorium pleasure boat facility,dwellings 3 or more research centre. education centre retail premises,emergency services facility service station. freeway service centre transport terminal,hospital utility installation other than. industry a telecommunications facility,intensive animal husbandry veterinary centre.
land used to generate warehouse,electricity including a wind. energy facility, OR The construction of any of the following specified items of infrastructure. if they would result in significant ground disturbance. airfield walking track in a park,bicycle track telecommunications line. helipad consisting of an underground,rail infrastructure cable or duct with a length. road exceeding 500 metres, OR The subdivision of land under the following circumstances.
subdivision of land into three or more lots if the planning zone. permits that at least three of the lots may be used for a dwelling or. may be used for a dwelling subject to the grant of a permit and. the area of each of at least three of the lots is less than eight. subdivision of land into two or more lots in an industrial zone. Other triggers include, The Minister for Aboriginal Affairs may direct any applicant to prepare. a Plan before commencing the activity, The proposal requires an Environmental Effects Statement. An applicant may volunteer to prepare a Plan,8 Cultural Heritage Management Plan. City of Monash,MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE, Process for the preparation consideration and approval of a Cultural. Heritage Management Plan, Applicants must engage a Cultural Heritage Advisor to assist in the preparation.
of a Cultural Heritage Management Plan The Plan must be prepared in. accordance with the prescribed standards of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006. and associated Regulations, The Applicant is required to notify the local relevant Registered Aboriginal Party. RAP or Parties for the Area prior to the commencement of the preparation of the. plan The RAP may assist in the preparation of the Plan. The completed plan must be submitted to the Registered Aboriginal Party who. has 30 days to consider a plan and then may endorse or reject the Cultural. Heritage Management Plan Once a Cultural Heritage Management Plan has. been approved by a Registered Aboriginal Party it must then be lodged with the. Secretary of the Department for Victorian Communities DVC to take affect. Refusal to approve a Plan can be appealed to VCAT, Following approval the applicant submits the approved Cultural Heritage. Management Plan to the City of Monash, Council can then proceed with deciding whether to approve or refuse the. application, Note The statutory time limit for assessing a planning permit application does. not commence until the approved Cultural Heritage Management Plan has been. Who is Responsible for Enforcing a Cultural Heritage Management Plan. Inspectors appointed under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 working with. Aboriginal Affairs Victoria and relevant Registered Aboriginal Parties will be. responsible for ensuring that conditions and recommendations contained in. approved Cultural Heritage Management Plans are adhered to. Local government is responsible for ensuring that the activity authorised by a. planning permit is consistent with the approved Cultural Heritage Management. 9 Cultural Heritage Management Plan,City of Monash.
MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE,Unanswered Questions Who should I ask. Should you have any general questions regarding this Guide or the Monash. Planning Scheme you should contact Council on,Phone 9518 3555. Call into the relevant Council department to which your proposal. relates to at Council s Municipal Offices 293 Springvale Road Glen. For details of Registered Aboriginal Parties relevant to the area or for clarification. of the Act and Regulations which underlie the details of this guide please contact. Department for Victorian Communities,Aboriginal Affairs Victoria. Level 9 1 Spring Street,Melbourne VIC 3000, For general queries on local Aboriginal Heritage and contact details for local. interest groups please contact,Kulin Nation Cultural Heritage Organisation.
Suite 1 241 Thomas Street,Dandenong VIC 3175,10 Cultural Heritage Management Plan. City of Monash,MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE, Quick Check Does a proposal require the preparation of a Cultural. Heritage Management Plan, TEST 1 Is the land within a Cultural Heritage Sensitivity Area. TEST 2 Has the land suffered significant ground disturbance. DEVELOPMENT USE, TEST 3 Is approval required under any Act Does the proposal require a. or Regulation Planning Permit to use the land,Is the proposal defined as a.
High Impact Activity which Is the proposal defined as a. will result in significant ground High Impact Activity. disturbance,Cultural Heritage Cultural Heritage,Management Plan is Management Plan is. required NOT required,11 Cultural Heritage Management Plan. MONASH DEVELOPMENT GUIDE CULTURAL HERITAGE Background The Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 and Regulations came into effect on 28 May 2007 and provide clear guidance about when and how Aboriginal cultural

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