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Panel to assist with Harden Piggery application

At the ordinary meeting of Hilltops Council on June 22, council’sAdministrator Wendy Tuckerman endorsed a recommendation by staff to appoint anIndependent Hearing and Assessment Panel (IHAP) to assist in the process ofassessing a Development Application for a piggery, within the former Harden Shire,currently before council.
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According to council’s general manager Anthony McMahon, the formation of theIHAP does not change who makes the final determination on the application.

“The IHAP plays an advisory and independent assessment role in the developmentassessment process and they will be providing their recommendations back to council staff who will then provide a final recommendation to be put before counciland considered by council’s Administrator,” MrMcMahon said.

The IHAP is expected to consist of five members with expertise in the fields of soils,groundwater, odour, biodiversity and traffic.

“We are currently undertaking theprocess of sourcing panel members who will then meet and be briefed on theapplication and provided with all relevant information relating to the application,” Mr McMahon said.

“Itis likely they will also undertake a site visit before undertaking an assessment ofavailable information and reporting back with recommendations relating to theirrespective areas of expertise.”

A report on the development is anticipated to be put before council at its Septembermeeting with the exact timing dependent on both the timeframe required to allowthe IHAP to undertake its assessment as well as timing of responses from several government agencies.

“Because the development is considered integrated development under planninglegislation council is required to seek what are known as general terms ofagreement from relevant state government agencies before determining thedevelopment. Council is still not certain as to when all general terms of agreementwill be received.”

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