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Northern Territory Government gazette : no. G40



Northern Territory Government gazette : no. G40


Northern Territory Government


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Northern Territory Government

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Northern Territory Government Gazette; General notice


no. G40, 4 October 2006

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The Northern Territory Government Gazette No. G40, 4 October 2006 PageS contained within a circle of radius 300 metres centred at Map Grid of Australia (Zone 52) co-ordinates 751 136 metres East and 8 495 805 metres North. 6/40 SCHEDULE 2 Associations Act NOTICE OF INTENTION TO TRANSFER PROPERTY OF AN ASSOCIATION HUMPTY 000 PRESCHOOL ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to section 54(2)(b) of the said Act that in pursuance of a resolution of the above association passed on the 14 day of September 2006 is the intention of the association to transfer all its property, both real and personal to Humpty Doo Primary School Council on the expiration of twenty-eight, days after the publication of this notice. Any member or creditor of the association may within 28 days after the date of the publication of this notice, make application to the Supreme Court for an order prohibiting the proposed transfer of property. Dated 14th September, 2006. 7/40 K. WAHLQVIST Public Officer Heritage Conservation -Act DECLARATION OF HERITAGE PLACE 1869 VIRGINIA TOWNSITE SURVEY MARKERS 1, MARION ROSE SCRYMGOUR, the Minister for Natural Resources, Environment and Heritage, under section 26(1 )(a) of the Heritage Conservation Act, declare the place known as the 1869 Virginia Townsite Survey Markers, described in Schedule 1 and indicated on the map in Schedule 2, to be a heritage place. Dated 22nd September, 2006. M. R. SCRYMGOUR Minister for Natural Resources, Environment and Heritage SCHEDULE 1 All that parcel of land within the Townsite of Virginia in the Northern Territory of Australia containing an area of 18.6 hectares more or less, designated Section 4944(A) Hundred of Strangways and bounded by lines described as follows .. Commencing at the northeastern comer of Lot 192; thence southerly to a point on the eastern boundary of Lot 189 situated on a straight line connecting the southeastern comers of Lots 174 and 27 1; thence southwesterly by part of the said line to the southeastern comer of Lot 271; thence westerly by the southern boundaries of lots 271, 278, 291 and 298 to the southwestern comer of Lot 298; thence northerly and easterly by the eastern boundary of West Terrace and the southern boundary of North Terrace to the point of commencement. 8/40 o I SCHEDULE 2 0.5 ! Planning Act 1.5 ! 2km I NOTICE OF MAKING OF AMENDMENT TO PLANNING SCHEME LITCHFIELD AREA PLAN 2004 (AMENDMENT NO.6) I, CHRISTOPHER BRUCE BURNS, the Minister for Planning and Lands, in pursuance of section 28(1) of the Planning Act, give notice that (a) I have, in pursuance of section 25(c) of the Act, amended the Planning Scheme by making an amendment to the development provisions contained in the Litchfield Area Plan 2004; and (b) copies of the amendment, Litchfield Area Plan 2004 (Amendment No.6), are available from the Offices of the Department of Planning and Infrastructure, Ground Roor, 38 Cavenagh Street, Darwin. Dated 31stAugust, 2006. 9/40 C. B. BURNS Minister for Planning and Lands

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