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Jabiru tourist caravan park/campground development : background information



Jabiru tourist caravan park/campground development : background information


Jabiru Town Development Authority


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Trailer camps -- Environmental aspects -- Northern Territory -- Jabiru; Land use, Urban -- Northern Territory -- Jabiru; Camping -- Northern Territory -- Jabiru

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Jabiru (N.T.)

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Jabiru Town Development Authority


43 pages : illustration ; 30 cm.

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L I I j r I I . I i I I I j 1 : I ! . i i I r . . i r ' I i l' I 1 _ L - 42 2.04 Grubbing 2.05 Grubbing shall be taken to mean the removal from the ground of trees, roots, stumps, small rocks, artificial obstructions etc., to a depth of 300 rrrn below ground surface. Small rocks shall be taken~to mean those with a maximum dimension between 300 mm and 600 rrrn. Removal of larger rocks shall be covered by the specification JS-7 Specification for Earthworks. Grubbing shall be carried out for the full width of the ground to be occupied by the completed earthworks and for a further, width of not more than 1 metre on each side of the completed earthworks. In roadway cuts, all stumps and roots larger than 75 mm in diameter shall be removed to a depth of not less than 500 mm below the excavated surface. In road\.vay . embankment areas, al 1 stumps and roots shall be removed to a depth of not less than 150 rrrn below the original ground surface. All grub holes within the limits of the completed earthworks shall be filled with material approved by the Superintendent and tnoroughly compacted. Disoosal of Timber and Refuse All trees and all brush stumps, roots, rotten wood and all refuse from the clearing and grubbing operations shall. be removed and dumped in a site designated by the Superintendent. Such material shall not be burned unless under the written direction of the S upe ri n ten dent. kiy burning permitted shall be carried out in such a manner as to avoid damage to standing timber or other vegetation. Noncorrbustible material shall be disposed of in the Sanitary Landfill Area (Dump). 2.06 Tree Preservation With the exception of areas designated for total clearing, all areas are subject to a TREE PRESERVATION ORDER as follows: "A person shall not, without the written consent of the Authority nor otherwise than in conformity with such consent when and if given destroy, mutilate, ringbark, lop, top, remove or injuriously deal with any ornamental or shade tree or shrub, whether natural growth or planted growing within the town site. This order shall not apply to: (a) kiy tree or shrub less than 100 mm in diameter over bark measured 1 metre above ground ( b) ( c) Livistona palm less than 1 metre in height Trees where more than half the original canopy is dead JS2/2

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