Noonamah Ridge Estate - Notice of Intent
Terms of Reference - Noonamah Ridge; Statement of Reasons - Noonamah Ridge; Environmental Impact Statement - Noonamah Ridge; Supplementary EIS - Noonamah Ridge; Post SEIS - Noonamah Ridge; Assessment Report - Noonamah Ridge
Elton Consulting; EcOz Environmental Services; Byrne Design; Fyfe Earth Partners
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The proposed development represents a substantial opportunity to deliver much needed residential expansion of the Greater Darwin Region through a coherent master planned approach. The vision for the proposed residential subdivision is to: Provide a high quality residential estate, providing a range of lot sizes and typologies, with an emphasis on retaining rural character and amenity. The estate will be serviced by a local town centre encouraging cohesion and social amenity, including the provision of land for a new primary school, retail facilities, a community centre and land for new volunteer fire brigades. The development will aim to connect to the surrounding rural area, providing the opportunity to create a strong sense of community. - Development Outline
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Environmental impact statement; Land use; Regional planning; Rural development; Strategic planning
Intrapac Projects; Northern Territory Government
10 volunes : colour illustrations, colour maps, tables ; 30 cm.
https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378841; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378839; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378843; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378844; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378845; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378846; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378847; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378838; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/378842
Noonamah Ridge Estate Land suitability 3.1 Maps should be provided locating the Project and its environs in terms of regional and local contexts. The topography should be detailed with contours at suitable increments, shown with respect to Australian Height Datum (AHD). Significant features of the landscape should be included on the maps. Commentary on the maps should be provided highlighting the significant topographical features. A detailed and field verified land assessment survey should be provided for the Project area. The area should be mapped at a scale of 1:10 000 to ensure comprehensive land resource information is described to determine land suitability. The mapping should accurately identify the extent of constrained and unconstrained land in addition to describing the landforms, soil types and vegetation communities in the project area. Land suitability assessments should be in accordance with the NT Land Suitability Guidelines (2013)3 and requirements of the NT Planning Scheme Clause 11.4 (Subdivision of Rural and Unzoned Land) and 11.4.1 (Site characteristics of Rural and Unzoned Land). The EIS should provide a description, including maps of the geology of the Project area with particular reference to the physical and chemical properties of surface and subsurface materials and geological structures within the proposed areas of disturbance. Biodiversity 3.2 The following information should be provided with regard to biodiversity in the Project area: descriptions of the flora, fauna and vegetation communities that could be impacted by Project activities. Surveys should be in accordance with the NT EPA Guidelines for Assessment of Impacts on Terrestrial Biodiversity4 and/or Australian Government Guidelines for the surveying of threatened species available from the Department of the Environment web site at http://www.environment.gov.au/epbc/policy-statements. Describe survey/program timing, locations and methodology, to demonstrate appropriate and statistically sufficient survey designs identify and discuss potential for presence in and around the Project area of species listed on the Territory Parks and Wildlife Conservation Act (TPWC Act) and/or EPBC Act, and other un-listed species of conservation significance. Describe and map: any areas that have previously been subject to clearing activities or disturbance areas of vegetation that are proposed to be cleared permanently or temporarily potentially significant or sensitive vegetation types or ecosystems, including, but not limited to: o riparian vegetation 3 Northern Territory Government (2013) Northern Territory Land Suitability Guidelines. Darwin Australia. Available at: http://www.lands.nt.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/38741/NT-Land-Suitability-Guidelines2013.pdf 4 NT EPA, 2013. Guidelines for Assessment of Impacts on Terrestrial Biodiversity, Darwin, NT. Available at: http://www.ntepa.nt.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/349941/guideline_assessment_terrestrial_biodiversity.pdf NORTHERN TERRITORY ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AUTHORITY 10 http://www.environment.gov.au/epbc/policy-statements
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