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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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- 8 Section 11. 1. 3 Alcohol: states that a Regulation under the Federal National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Act, requires the holder of a liquor licence to obtain the permission of the Director, ANPWS to sell liquor. In determining whether to grant permission the Director has to take into account the views of the NLC and the Gagudju Association (the traditional owners of the Park). To date, indications are that whereas most of the parties mentioned above would oppose a take-away or tavern licence, a restaurant licence would be acceptable. It will be the responsibility of the developer to obtain a liquor licence by making application to the NT Liquor Commission. 9.0 LAND TENURE SYSTEM 10.0 As mentioned previously, the Town site is leased by the Director, ANPWS to the JTDA. The current Town Lease wjJl terminate on 1 ul 2021, aithough negotiations a ready un~d:=:e~r::;--:-w~---.~~=-==-::::.::~----=:.:.:..:1:_s=-::_. _ copy o the Town Lease--is-available on Security of tenure for the developer will be by means of a registered sublease. The selected developer will be required to sign a development agreement and in return obtain a development lease for' up to a period of 2 years, subject to negotiation. Upon fulfilment of the requirements of the development agreement and lease, the developer will be granted a long term lease terminating on the date of the JTDA' s Head Lease. A copy of the standard Jabiru sublease is shown in Attachment 6. In addition, special conditions relating to the development of the campground will be subject to negotiation between the JTDA and the developer. ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS All JTDA building and construction contracts contain two sets of environmental requirements. The first of these is known as JS-1 "Specification for Environmental Restrictions and General Site Rules. It covers such areas as disturbance of soil and vegetation and disposal of wastes. The second set of requirements is known as JS-2 "Specifications for Clearing". Copies of both JS-1 and JS-2 are shown in Appendices 7 & 8. It is anticipated that similar environmental conditions will be attached to the development agreement and lease.

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