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LAKE MACQUARIE CITY COUNCIL

RECORDS SERVICES

Government Information (Public Access) Act or Privacy Applications

General

Informal Requests Photocopying Fees

Copies of Documents

Application under Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act

Subpoena Fees/Conduct Fees

LAND INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Land Information Services - General

Please note: Charges may be waived for simple requests where minimal costs are incurred

Standard Electronic Maps (JPG or PDF format)

These fees apply to the preparation of the electronic map. Additional fees apply for printing - refer to the Lakemac Print fees. 50% discount for students and pensioners

Custom Electronic Maps (JPG or PDF format)

Minimum price (includes first 15 minutes) plus hourly rate as applies to drafting staff. These fees apply to the preparation of the electronic map. Additional fees apply for printing - refer to the Lakemac Print fees. 50% discount for students and pensioners

Non GIS Data Extraction

GIS Digital Data (Data is supplied & costed in ESRI shape format)

Title Information

Section 149 Certificates

Outstanding Notice / Order Certificates

Road Naming

House Numbering

COMMUNICATIONS

Communications - Promotional Materials

EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION

Tender Specifications

Technical Staff

Staff in a private or business capacity

Costs shown (hourly rates), or actual staff cost (including on-costs and overheads), whichever is the greater. Applies to staff being hired in a private or business capacity.

Staff in a regulatory capacity

Costs shown (hourly rates), or actual staff cost (including on-costs and overheads), whichever is the greater. Applies to staff being hired / consulted in a regulatory capacity.

FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION

Section 611 Charges

LAKEMAC PRINT

Lakemac Print - General

Higher volumes may be priced at a cheaper unit rate at the discretion of the Printing Coordinator

Colour Photocopies

Laminating

Plan Printing

Black & White Photocopies - Single Sided

Black & White Photocopies - Double Sided

RATES & DEBT ADMINISTRATION

Rates Issue & Service

Debt Recovery

Section 608 - Council Fees for Services

PROCUREMENT

Procurement - Supply of Tender Documents

Electronic Documents

Hardcopy Tender Documents

WORKSHOP OPERATIONS

Mechanical Depot and Supply - Contractual Works

Fees for Contractual Work (per hour)

CITY'S ADMINISTRATION CENTRE

Meeting / Activity Room Hire

A casual hirer means any person or group of persons (not being a sporting body, club, association, corporation or incorporated body) who hires a Council facility for non-commercial or non-profit making purposes less frequently than once per calendar month or twelve times per calendar year.
 
Alternatively any organisation that makes a profit must hold current public liability insurance to cover the insured value of the Administration Building. A copy of the public liability insurance is required at time of booking.
 
Any damages to property or equipment must be paid for in full at the relevant market replacement value.
 
Room and equipment hire, at the rates below are available between 8.30am and 4.30pm, Monday - Friday only, excluding public holidays and at the discretion of Council. Bookings outside these timings will occur and additional fee for caretaking staff to remain present in the building. There is no discounted fee for this charge.
 
Discounted Fee:-
The discounted room hire fee (50% of standard fee) will be charged for not-for-profit community service organisations or voluntary activities such as playgroups, support groups, community meetings, or other activities which directly support identified target groups (Aboriginal people, children, young people, older people, people with a disability, people from CALD background, women, or GLBTQI people). It is not applicable for government organisations, schools, or other organisations that are funded for facility hire or derive an income from the activities.

Masonic Hall

Quiet Room 1 & 2 (Dobie & Frith Room)
Medium Training Room (Lowry Room)
Large Training Room (Lodge Room)
Large and Medium Combined Training Room (Lowry & Lodge Room)

Councillors Workroom

Committee Room (includes use of AV equipment if required)

Council Chambers (includes use of AV equipment if required)

Additional services

Carertaker fee - per hour. Applied where approved use of room hire is outside of 8.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).

Cancellations

WASTE COLLECTION

Waste Management Products

Medical Sharps Containers

Domestic Waste Management Charges

* Owner to provide garbage bin
** Council to provide garbage bin
# Recycling contractor to provide recycling bin
## Green waste contractor to provide green waste bin

New service to commence some time during 2017 / 2018 comprising of one 240L fortnightly garbage collection, one 240L or 360L fortnightly recycling collection and one 240L weekly food and green waste collection

Domestic Strata Waste Management Charges

Strata, Community and Neighbourhood Titles may be eligible for Domestic Strata Packages after assessment.

Additional Domestic Garbage Service Charges

Additional Domestic Recycling Service Charges

Domestic Recycling Bin Swap Fee

Additional Domestic Green Waste Service Charges

Commercial Waste Management Charges

Additional Commercial Garbage Services

Additional Commercial Recycling Service Charges

Commercial Recycling Bin Swap Fee

Additional Commercial Green Waste Service Charges

Garbage Bin Purchase

WASTE DISPOSAL

Awaba Waste Disposal Site

General Charges

Green waste

Mixed Waste

Special Waste

Cleanfill

Charity and Community Service

TREE MANAGEMENT

Tree Management

Tree Preservation Application

Applications in excess of 20 trees are required to be approved under a Development Application.

Withdrawn applications - part refund of Application Fee

ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY

Environmental Security Studies, Plans and Reports

Sale of Publications

Note these fees apply to hard copies

Floodplain Management

Note: For fees relating to Development Restrictions Certificate - Flooding/Tidal Inundation - refer to Consulting Survey Services

SUSTAINABLE ENGAGEMENT

SUSTAINABLE LIVING

Sale of Publications

Environmental Upgrade Agreements

EUA Administration Fee (refer to term of loan)

ECOSYSTEM ENHANCEMENT

Environmental Preservation - General

NOXIOUS WEEDS & OVERGROWN LAND CONTROL

General

Clearing Private Lands

Inspection Fees

Contract Weed Spraying

The following rates are the base rates only. To be added to these are the overhead, chemical product and the other commercial equivalents as appropriate at the time.

EFFLUENT SERVICES

Effluent Removal Services

Note: For details of the Annual Charge for effluent removal from domestic properties, refer to Council's Statement of Revenue Policy which is contained within Council's current Operational Plan

RANGERS ACTIVITIES

Companion Animals

Microchipping

Lifetime Dog / Cat Registrations

Companion animal registration fees will be charged in accordance with the Companion Animals Regulation 2008 and may vary at any time if the Regulation is amended.

Release Fees Dog / Cat

Restricted and Declared Dangerous Dogs

Impounded Vehicles / Articles / Stock

Abandoned / Unattended Vehicles

Impounded Articles (excludes vehicles)

Release Fees Stock

Other Activities

ENVIRONMENTAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH COMPLIANCE

Food & Licence Control - Administration Charges

Annual Administration Charge

Note: The annual administration charge does not apply to Category 3 (Low Risk) premises

Inspection Fees Food Establishments - Risk Categories

General

Category 1 (High Risk)

Category 2 (Moderate Risk)

Category 3 (Low Risk)

Mobile Food Vendors

Environmental Compliance

Public Health Compliance

Microbiological Control

Public Pools & Spas

Skin Penetration Establishments and Beauty Salons

Application to Install or Alter a Waste Water Treatment System

 Application fees to install a waste water treatment system includes the fee for the approval to operate the system for a 3 year period

Refunds in the case of withdrawn application - Part of the fees will be refunded as follows:

Waste Water

Waste Water Treatment Systems Approval Lists

Waste Water Inspection

Waste Water Treatment System Operational Approvals

Undertakers / Mortuary

COMMUNITY FACILITY HIRE

Community Halls

Conditions for Hire of Community Facilities
 
Definitions:
The following definitions apply to the hire of all community facilities (not under a lease) unless otherwise stated.
Availability: up to midnight.  All amplified music is to cease by 10.00pm and the facility cleaned and vacated by midnight.
 
Functions/Public Performances:
Where an admission fee is charged (i.e. sale of tickets or cash collections) e.g. performances, concerts, dances, etc, or a private function where attendance is usually by invitation only e.g. celebrations, birthday parties, weddings etc.
 
Small Day Function:
A private function between 9:00am and 6:00pm, usually by invitation only and no alcohol is consumed  e.g. children's birthdays, christenings, morning and afternoon teas.  The Standard hourly fee and bond apply.
 
Discounted Fee:
The discounted fee (50% of standard fee) will be charged for not-for-profit community service organisations or voluntary activities such as playgroups, support groups, community meetings, or other activities which directly support identified target groups (Aboriginal people, children, young people, older people, people with a disability, people from CALD background, women, or GLBTQI people).  It is not applicable for government organisations, schools, or other organisations that are funded for facility hire or derive an income from the activities.
 
Standard Fee:
The standard hourly fee will be charged for all other bookings.
 
Cancellation Fees:
- for bookings cancelled with less than 48 hours notice - full usage fee will be charged
- for bookings cancelled with 48 hours to one weeks notice - 50% of usage fee will be charged
- for bookings cancelled with one to two weeks notice - 25% of usage fee will be charged.

All Facilities - Miscellaneous

Belmont Senior Citizens
Office
Cardiff Senior Citizens
Office
Dudley Senior Citizens
Bolton Point Community Hall
Meeting Room
Hall
Office
Cardiff - John Young Community Hall
Garden Suburb Community Hall
Holmesville Community Garden
Hall
Recreation Area
Holmesville Community Hall
Small Hall
Main Hall
Both Halls
Kilaben Bay Community Hall
Lakelands Community Hall
Marks Point Community Hall
Nords Wharf Community Hall
Rathmines Community Hall
Meeting Room / Caretakers Cottage
Main Hall
Ulinga Park Community Hall
Windale Community Hall
Small Hall
Main Hall
Kitchen
Wyee Community Hall
Redhead Community Library / Meeting Room
Hire Fees
Note: Redhead Library may be hired outside of Library hours
Other Fees

Lake Mac Centre for Performing Arts

** For conditions see LMPAC Venue Hire Agreement

Occasional Use - The Centre will not be available for regular use to reflect the special purpose of a Performing Arts Centre. Occasional use will be permissible up to eight (8) weekend bookings in any 12 month period
All schools using the Lake Macquarie Performing Arts Centre pay the General Performance Rate

General

In Situ Equipment Hire

Non Profit

Malls

NOTE:  Council is able to consider requests outside the scope of these fees/charges and determine an appropriate fee or charge

PARKS & OVALS HIRE

Sportsgrounds

Community & Recreation / Sporting Facilities

Standard hours of operation.
- Facility with lighting available - 7am - 10.30pm
- Facility without lighting - 7am - 7pm
Extension of hours will require written approval from Council staff.
Equestrian
Awaba, Caves Beach, Cooranbong
Fees to be used by management body to operate and manage the facilities
Awaba and Caves Beach
Cooranbong
Netball Courts Grade 1
Belmont, Charlestown, Wangi.
Fees to be used by the management body to operate and manage the facilities.
Netball Courts Grade 2
Belmont North, Bonnells Bay, Cardiff, Cardiff South, Caves Beach, Edgeworth, Toronto, Valentine, Warners Bay, West Wallsend, Windale, Woodrising.
Fees to be used by the management body to operate and manage the facilities.
Petanque
For use of tennis court refer to Tennis Court Hire
Skate / BMX Park
Sportsgrounds Grade 1
Cahill Oval, BELMONT; St John Oval, CHARLESTOWN; Jack McLaughlin Oval, EDGEWORTH; Allen Davis/Ernie Calland Fields (Football), GATESHEAD; Macquarie Field, SPEERS POINT; Peacock Field, TORONTO; Johnston Park, WEST WALLSEND; Lisle Carr Field, WHITEBRIDGE
Teams from outside the City are to pay the casual rate for ground hire and lighting not the seasonal rate
Fees to be used by the management body to operate and manage the facilities.
Sportsgrounds Grade 2
Kindyerra Reserve/ Jack Edwards Fields, ARGENTON; Awaba Oval, AWABA; Taylor Park, BARNSLEY; Barton Oval, BELMONT; Miller Field, BELMONT; Lumsden Oval, BELMONT; Lenaghan Oval, BELMONT NORTH; Marks Oval, BELMONT NORTH; Finnan/Water Board Oval, BLACKALLS PARK; Blacksmiths Oval, BLACKSMITHS; Pendlebury Oval, BOLTON POINT; Cardiff No.2 Oval, CARDIFF; Cardiff No.1 Oval, CARDIFF; Evans Park, CARDIFF; Ulinga Park , CARDIFF SOUTH; Charlestown Oval, CHARLESTOWN; Kahibah Oval, CHARLESTOWN; Croudace Bay Sports Complex Rugby League, CROUDACE BAY; Croudace Bay Sports Complex Soccer, CROUDACE BAY; Douglass Street Oval, DORA CREEK; Balcomb Field, DUDLEY; Lydon Field, DUDLEY; Edgeworth Junior Football, EDGEWORTH; Edgeworth Little Athletics, EDGEWORTH; Fassifern Oval, FASSIFERN; Lance York Field, GARDEN SUBURB; Allen Davis/Ernie Calland Fields (Cricket), GATESHEAD; Windsor Park, GATESHEAD; Bill Bower Oval, GLENDALE; Hillsborough Oval, HILLSBOROUGH; Neegulbah Park, MACQUARIE HILLS; Baxter Field, MARKS POINT; Auston Oval and Bernie Goodwin Reserve, MORISSET; Gibson Field, MORISSET; Holford Oval, MOUNT HUTTON; Aitchison Reserve, PELICAN; Rathmines Oval, RATHMINES; Liles Oval, REDHEAD; New Tredinnick Fields, SPEERS POINT; Walters Park, SPEERS POINT; Chapman Oval, SWANSEA; Parbury Park, SWANSEA; Tulkaba Park, TERALBA; Ron Hill Oval, TORONTO; Keith Barry Oval, TORONTO WEST; Wangi Oval, WANGI WANGI; Feighan Oval, WARNERS BAY; John Street Field, WARNERS BAY; Gregory Park/Les Wakeman Field, WEST WALLSEND; Hunter Barnett Fields, WINDALE; Michael Bird Field, WINDALE.
Teams from outside the City are to pay the casual rate for ground hire and lighting not the seasonal rate. Fees to be used by management body to operate and manage the facilities.
Sportsgrounds Grade 3
Pickering Oval, ADAMSTOWN HEIGHTS; Croft Oval, BLACKALLS PARK; Todd Street Oval, BLACKALLS PARK; Cardiff No.3 Oval, CARDIFF; Catherine Hill Bay Oval, CATHERINE HILL BAY; Reay Park, DUDLEY; Eleebana Oval, ELEEBANA; Fred Wright Oval, GATESHEAD; Goundry Street Oval, GATESHEAD; Harold Knight Oval, GATESHEAD; Mick Middleton Field, GATESHEAD; Holmesville Oval, HOLMESVILLE; Lakelands Oval, LAKELANDS; Martinsville Oval, MARTINSVILLE; Toronto No.2 Oval, TORONTO; Toronto No.3 Oval, TORONTO; Riawena Park, WHITEBRIDGE; Bahloo Reserve, WINDALE
Teams from outside the City are to pay the casual rate for ground hire and lighting not the seasonal rate.
Fees to be used by the management body to operate and manage the facilities.

Tennis Courts

Fees to be applied at tennis facilities where delegated authority to an incorporated association (club) or Community Operating Committee exists. Fees do not apply to leased tennis facilities.
Definitions: Community use - not for profit (residents/casual/schools);
Commercial use - tennis coaching; Member use - member of delegated authority (facility tennis club or community operating committee);
Mixed use - court use consists of community, member, and/or annual member hire.
Commercial use for less than 5 hrs per week. Commercial use 5-25 hrs per week requires Tennis Court Licence Agreement to be completed by tennis coach.
Tennis Court Grade 1 - (Synthetic Court)
Tennis Court Grade 2 - (Hard Court)

Tennis Coaching Licence

Annual commercial coaching fee to be paid to the booking officer/agent in monthly installments. Licence between coach and delegated authority for 5-25 hrs of court use per week
Tennis Court Grade 1 - (Synthetic Court)
Tennis Court Grade 2 - (Hard Court)

Parks & Reserves

Advertising on Electronic Signage

Community Land Usage Fees

Park Hire Community
Stage Hire - Speers Point Park and Cooranbong Park
Stage Hire - Charlestown Oval

Motorhome Overnight Chapter Rally

Park Hire Commercial

Stage Hire - Speers Point Park and Cooranbong Park
Stage Hire - Charlestown Oval
Circuses
Quinn Park Swansea, Croudace Bay Park and Rathmines Park
Lake Macquarie Variety Playground Hire
Overnight Stays
The following fee applies to the trial of group bookings for organised chapter meetings and / or rallies for motorhome, campervan and caravanning associations and clubs at the following locations
Commercial Group Fitness Programs
The following fee applies to commercial group fitness programs conducted within Council parks, reserves, and beaches. This category includes activities such as bootcamps, group fitness training, and other group active recreational pursuits as approved. Maximum 18 participants per group booking.
Please Note application needs to be made and approval given before payment of any fees
Food Van Vending Licence

Condition for Hire of Community Land

 
Booking for parks and reserves can be requested for wedding ceremonies, social/ family functions, festivals, events and commercial activities as permitted under the relevant Plan of Management for the area.  Bookable sites are identified and approved after assessment by Council staff.  Booking times for parks and reserves are between 7:00am and 7:00pm (hours outside of these times must be approved by Council staff)
 
Parks and Reserves are public areas and access to all areas by the public must be maintained.  Not for profit organisations or charities that derive no income or raise any funds from holding an activity that specifically promotes physical activity and maintaining a healthy lifestyle are exempt from park hire fees. Subject to assessment by Council staff.  Local not for profit organisations or charities whose main purpose is community services that can demonstrate a strong historic associations with a particular park or reserve through regular past donations of intrastructure, ongoing maintenance, or other significant park improvements which benefit the public are exempt from fees to use that particular park.  Subject to assessment by Council staff.
 
Direct community services use of the Mall e.g. Blood Bank & Breast Screening Units - fee exempt.  Not all sites have power or water available or are suitable for all activities,. All bookings are assessed by Council staff prior to approval.  Additional fees may apply for additional waste/recycling facilities, amenities cleaning, requested mowing, amusement ride inspection and post event clean up.

Casual Hire

Event site fees

Lake Macquarie Festival & Carols by Candlelight

Carols by Candlelight

Lake Macquarie Festival

Living Smart Festival

Provision & Servicing of Additional Garbage and Recycling Bins for Special Events

 Garbage and recycling bin numbers will be determined by the nature, timeframe and estimated number of people attending the event.  This information is for single day events only.  If an event continues beyond a single day, further arrangements will need to be negotiated with Council's Community Planning Department.

Delivery, Service and Collection on weekday, per number of attendees

Additional Delivery, Service and Collection on weekday, if event held over a two or three day period

Post Event Clean Up

 Refer to "Plant and Labour Rates Per Hour"

Amenities Cleaning for Special Events

 Additional toilet cleaning services required will be measured by the number of people attending the event

Number of Attendees

Additional toilet cleaning services outside of normal working hours will be charged at the following rates:-

Markets

Filming Rights (Hire of Public Space)

All applications are processed by Screen Hunter Central Coast following standards adopted by Hunter Councils. Impact indicators include:
  • number of trucks;
  • number of cast and crew;
  • traffic regulation and parking;
  • duration of filming activity;
  • time of day;
  • number and extent of the community affected;
  • community use of the location; and
  • disruption to community in surrounding area

COMMUNITY LAND LICENCE

Access for building works

Aquatic Usage

Memorial infrastructure donation

Mobile vending

LAKE MACQUARIE FAMILY DAY CARE

Family Day Care

SOCIAL & COMMUNITY PLANNING

Community Profiles / Plans / Consultancy

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Economic Development

TOURISM

Visitors Information Centre

PUBLIC CEMETERIES

General

Cemetery Fees

Catherine Hill Bay, Martinsville, Morisset, Toronto, Wyee

Immediate Need Burial Licence

Belmont & Whitebridge Cemetries Only

Niche Walls

Belmont, Catherine Hill Bay, Toronto, West Wallsend, Whitebridge

Memorial Boulder / Wall

Belmont, Catherine Hill Bay, Whitebridge, Wyee

Memorial Gardens

Belmont, West Wallsend, Whitebridge

Headstone Application Fees

Other Fees

SECTION 94 ADMINISTRATION

Developer Contributions

Policy & Administration

Sale of Publications

Standard copying charges apply to one off copies of any studies held by Council but not listed below

DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT & COMPLIANCE

Development Assessment & Subdivision

The maximum fee for development (EP & A Reg 2000, CI 246A)

Development involving the erection of a building, the carrying out of work or the demolition of a work or a building, and having an estimated cost within the range specified in the table below (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 246(B)).   If two or more fees are applicable to a single development application (such as an application to subdivide land and erect a building on one or more lots created by the subdivision), the maximum fee payable for the development is the sum of those fees (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 254).
 
The maximum fee payable for a staged development application in relation to a site, and for any subsequent development application for any part of the site, is the maximum fee that would be payable as if a single development application only was required for all the development on the site.
Note
The following fees are inclusive of a charge by Department of Planning at the rate of 0.064% less $5 based on the total cost of applications which exceeds $50,000 (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 256A). These fees are set annually by the Department of Planning and are subject to change.
Note
Heritage Developments Fee Waiver
If the land on which this proposed development will occur is
a) a heritage item; or
b) is in a Heritage Conservation Area or precinct or has a potential heritage significant item.
Item a) incurs a 100% reduction in the DA fee. Item b) may incur a 50% reduction in the DA fee.
This fee waiver is only applicable to owners of residential properties or non profit groups, and only when the proposed works involves maintenance or repairs to be completed in accordance with the Development Control Plan 2014 and its heritage provisions.  Such works may include the removal of intrusive elements and reinstatement of original features using sympathetic materials and colour schemes.

Development involving the erection of a dwelling house with an estimated construction cost of $100,000 or less - maximum fee (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 247)

Development not involving the erection of a building, the carrying out of a work, the subdivision of land or the demolition of a building or work (including Home Industry and Home Business) - maximum fee (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 250)

Subdivision of Land - Development involving the subdivision of land - maximum fees (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 249)

Integrated Development or Development Requiring Concurrence - additional fee for each approval body or concurrence authority (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 252A & 253)

Designated Development - Additional fee (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 251)

Building and Construction Industry Long Service Payments (Building & Construction Industry Long Service Payments Act 1986, Building & Construction Industry Long Service Payments Regulation 2011, Cl 13 & 14)

Long Service Leave levy, currently 0.35% applies to building and construction work costing $25,000 and above (inclusive of GST). The levy is set annually by the Long Service Leave Corporation. The levy is collected by Council and paid into a fund administered by the Long Service Corporation less Council's Administration Fee. The value of the levy charged is described on the applicant's official receipt/tax invoice as Long Service Levy and Long Service Levy Administration Fee. This levy is set annually by the Long Service Leave Corporation and is subject to change.

Hunter Water Corporation - Endorsement of Plans

Council may charge, on behalf of Hunter Water Corporation, stamping of development plan fees. These fees are set by IPART for Hunter Water Corporation annually and are subject to change

Development requiring advertising - Public Notification Fee (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 252)

Maximum additional fee. Council shall refund so much of the additional portion of the fee as is not expended in giving the required notification.

Application for modification of consent for local development - maximum fee (EP&A Act 1979, S 96; EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 258)

a) Modifications to a development consent to correct minor error, misdescription or miscalculation pursuant to s96(1) EP&A Act 1979 - maximum fee - $71
b) Modifications involving minimal environmental impact pursuant to S96(1A) & 96AA(1) EP&A Act 1979. $645 or 50% of the original fee, whichever is the lesser.
c) Other modifications to a development consent pursuant to S96(2) or S96AA(1) EP&A Act, 1979 not of minimal environmental impact is:
(i) If the fee for the original application was less than $100, 50% of that fee or,
(ii) If the fee for the original application was $100 or more:
(1) in the case of an application with respect to a development application that does not involve the erection of a building, the carrying out of a work or the demolition of a work or building, 50 % of the fee for the original development application, and
(2) in the case of an application with respect to a development application that involves the erection of a dwelling-house with an estimated cost of construction of $100,000 or less, $190 and
(3) in the case of an application with respect to any other development application, as set out in the following table. Plus an additional amount of not more than $665 if notice of the application is required to be given under Section 96(2) or 96AA(1) (EP & A Act 1979)"
 
Note 1:
Where an application for modification is made as a direct result of a council generated error, and accepted by Council as such, the fee shall be nil."
 
Note 2:
The fee will be $100, where an application for modification involves minor works that the Council is satisfied has minimal environmental impact and are generally described by the following:
  • Minor internal alterations to floor plans;
  • Relocation of windows or doors by not greater than one metre;
  • Addition of windows or doors that do not face a side boundary or within nine metres of a rear boundary;
  • An increase in the size of a window or door by greater than 10%;
  • A change in construction materials or cladding; or
  • An increase or decrease in floor height by up to 800mm.
Note 3:
An additional fee not exceeding $760 to which Cl 115(3) (EP & A Reg 2000) applies in relation to a modification of development consent (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 258)"

Application lodged by Council or Section 355 Committee of Council

Fee for request for a review of determination - Sect 82A (EP & A Act 1979) (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 257)

The maximum fee for a request for a review of a determination is:-
(a) in the case of an application with respect to a development application that does not involve the erection of a building, the carrying out of a work or the demolition of a work or building, 50 % of the fee for the original development application, and
(b) in the case of an application with respect to a development application that involves the erection of a dwelling-house with an estimated cost of construction of $100,000 or less, $190 and
(c) in the case of a request with respect to any other development application, as set out in the Table below
 
Plus an additional amount of not more than $620 if notice of the application is required to be given under Section 82A (EP & A Act 1979)

Administration Fee to reject a Development Application

Fee for review of decision to reject a development application (EP&A Reg Cl 257A)

The fee for an application under Section 82B for a review of a decision is as follows:

Review where modification application refused or conditions imposed - Sect 96AB (EP&A Reg 2000, Cl 258A)

Withdrawn applications - part refund of Application Fee

Bank Guarantee or Bond where a bank guarantee or bond is required to ensure compliance with conditions of consent or for other purposes

Prelodgement Consultation Fees

Payment and lodgement of documentation is required within ten (10) days of meeting, otherwise, meeting may be subject to cancellation.

Residential Apartment Development (additional maximum fee) (EP & A Reg 2000, Cl 248)

Residential flat development which is required to be referred, under SEPP65, to a Design Review Panel.
 
An additional fee is payable for development involving an application for development consent, or an application for the modification of the development consent, that is referred to a Design Review Panel for advice.

Copies of Plans and Documentation

Photocopying Fees

Colour Photocopies
Black and White Photocopies - Single and Double Sided

Postage & handling charge

Digitisation and Archival

Supply of Statistical Information

Certified copies or extracts of a document, map or plan - admissable in evidence (Sect 150 (2)(b) EP & A Act 1979)

Subdivision Construction and Compliance

Examination of engineering design plans

Examination of engineering design plans : Construction Certificate - Subdivision Works

Examination of engineering design plans and supervision of construction : Compliance Certificate - Subdivision Works

Certificate under Sec 88G Conveyancing Act 1919 Cl 40

Approval for Works and Erection of Structures in, on or over a Public Road (Sect 138 Roads Act 1993)

Review of Sec 88B and 88E Conveyancing Act 1919 - Easements and Regulation of use of Land

Building Assessment & Compliance

Amusement Device Inspection (Local Government Act 1993, S 68)

Temporary Entertainment Venue / Circus (Local Government Act 1993, S 68)

Boarding House Inspection (Local Government Act 1993, S 68)

Caravan Park, Camping Ground, Manufactured Home Estates (Local Government Act, S68)

Approval to install in Flood Liable Parks

Notification of Completion

Initial Approval, Renewal/ Continuation of Approval (5 year renewal) and Annual Inspection

Objections to application of regulations and local policies (Local Government Act 1993, S 82)

Install Manufactured Homes, Moveable Dwellings and Caravans on Land (Local Government Act 1993, S 68)

Occupation of Caravan on Building site (Local Government Act 1993, S 68)

Strata Subdivision (EP & A Reg 2000, Cl 249)

Fire Fighting (Essential) Services (EP & A Regs 2000)

Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) Certification

Chemical Closet - Building Site

Application for a Building Certificate (EP & A Reg 2000, Cl 260)

A reference to a class 1 building includes a reference to a class 2 building that comprises 2 dwellings only

Class 1 building (together with any Class 10 buildings on the site) or a Class 10 building:

In the case of any other class of building:

Additional Inspection Fee:

Unauthorised Works

An additional fee is payable for Unauthorised Works under Cl 260(3A) (EP & A Regs, 2000) and is the total of the following amounts:-
(a) the amount of the maximum fee that would be payable if the application were an application for development consent, or a Complying Development Certificate (if appropriate), authorising the erection or alteration of any part of the building to which the application relates that has been erected or altered in contravention of the EP&A Act 1979 in the period of 24 months immediately preceding the date of the application,
(b) the amount of the maximum fee that would be payable if the application were an application to the council for a Construction Certificate relating to the erection or alteration of any part of the building to which the application relates that has been erected or altered in contravention of the EP&A Act 1979 in the period of 24 months immediately preceding the date of the application.

Fee for copy of Building Certificate (EP & A Reg 2000, Cl 261)

Complying Development Certificates or Construction Certificates

Alternate Solutions

Lodgement of Certificates (EP & A Reg 2000, Cl 263)

Principal Certifying Authority (PCA)

Exempt / Complying Development Advice

Building Code of Australia (BCA) Advice

Swimming Pool Certificates / Inspection Fees (Swimming Pools Act 1992, Sect 22 & 30B, Swimming Pools Regulation 2008, Cl 13 & 18)

Plumbing and Drainage (Plumbing and Drainage Regulation 2012 Schedule 1 CL 13(1))

Specialist Technical Staff

Applies to staff being hired or consulted in a business or advisory capacity.

INTEGRATED PLANNING ADMINISTRATION

LEP Amendments (Rezoning) and Area Plans

Rezoning fee may be varied by the Director in exceptional circumstances

Note

Do & charge' for Council staff calculated using the following rates and other applicable rates in Fees and Charges billed monthly, plus upfront market cost for external consultant fees incurred by Council

Sale of Publications

Standard copying charges apply to one off copies of any studies held by Council but not listed below

ASSET MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION

Asset Management Administration

Access to Property Installation

Accesses - installed by Council by way of individual prices

Footpaving Contribution

Kerb and Gutter Contribution

The contributions per lineal metre for kerb and gutter installed in conjunction with Council's works program are as follows:-

Restoration of Roads, footways and Associated Access and Drainage Structures

Section 611 Charges

This would apply for private utilities that connect individual properties to carry mains that traverse sections of the City. All such utilities will be located underground.
There are two components to the annual charge comprising an initial application fee and an underground component.
- Initial application fee - $1,195
- Underground fee - $600/km per annum

Works within Public Spaces

Traffic & Transportation

Street & Directional Signs

Temporary Road Closure (other than filming)

Miscellaneous Fees

Natural Areas Management

Landcare

CITY PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION

Contractual Work

Fees for Contractual Work (per hour)

The following rates include known oncosts, overheads and commercial equivalent rates at the time of formulation. These rates may be varied to reflect changes in these factors appropriate at the time. Other staff rates are covered under relevant sections. Council employees working in a non regulatory capacity

Geotechnical Testing

Fees for Tests (Standard) - per test

Consulting Survey Services

01. Flood Certificate or Flooding / Tidal Inundation Certificate

Project Management Services

Works Within Public Spaces

RECREATION AND LAND PLANNING

Recreation & Land Planning - General

Plans of Management & Other Recreation Planning Reports

LEISURE SERVICES DEVELOPMENT & OPERATIONS

Recreation Programs Administration - General

BEACH & LIFEGUARD SERVICES

Beach & Lifesaving Safety & Education

LAKE MACQUARIE CITY GAMES

Lake Macquarie City Games

SWIM CENTRES

Swim Centres

Notes

Notes for application of Swim Centres fees and charges:
  •  The Swim Centres fees and charges and related conditions apply to all swim centres unless otherwise noted below.
  • LMCC operated swim centres are: Charlestown, Swansea, Speers Point and West Wallsend.
  • Contractor operated swim centres are: Morisset and Toronto.
  • Each swim centre may have different pools, facilities, goods and services, including program offerings, hire options, kiosk and merchandise items, and different seasonal operating times.
  • Miscellaneous Fees are applicable to all swim centres; Charlestown, Swansea, Speers Point, West Wallsend, Morisset and Toronto.
  • Entry Fees, Multi Visit Entry Passes, and related Conditions, are applicable to all swim centres; Charlestown, Swansea, Speers Point, West Wallsend, Morisset and Toronto.
  • Memberships and related Conditions, are available for purchase and use at LMCC operated swim centres; Charlestown, Swansea, Speers Point and West Wallsend.
  • Memberships may be accepted for use at the Contractor operated swim centres; Toronto and Morisset.  See Conditions for further information.
  • All Program Fees and related Conditions, apply only to the LMCC operated centres; Charlestown, Swansea, West Wallsend and Speers Point, where the respective programs are offered and operated by LMCC at these centres.
  • Programs offered by the swimming club at Speers Point Swim Centre are not covered by LMCC Fees and Charges.
  • Programs offered by the Contractor operated swim centres at Morisset & Toronto are not covered by LMCC Fees and Charges.  Contact these centres for Program Fees and Conditions information.
  • All Hire Fees and related Conditions apply only to the LMCC operated swim centres; Charlestown, West Wallsend, Swansea and Speers Point, where these services and facilities are offered and available at these swim centres.
  • Contact the Contractor operated centres at Morisset and Toronto, for all hire equipment, services, facilities, fees and conditions offered at these centres.
  • Contact Toronto Swim Centre for fees and conditions for the use of the Hydrotherapy Pool.

Conditions

General Conditions

General Conditions:
  • All month memberships, multi-visit-entry passes and fitness program multi-visit entries are non-refundable but are transferrable at the Centre Managers discretion.
  • The Leisure Services Coordinator has discretion to provide a refund in exceptional circumstances.
  • Time Stops on memberships are available upon request to the Swim Centre directly. One Time Stop is available per memberships per 12 month membership period. Minimum time stop duration is two weeks and maximum is 3 months. Time Stops must be applied for in advance.
  • The Leisure Services Manager is able to conduct free entry or reduced fee days, up to 4 per year, for promotional purposes.
  • The Leisure Services Manager is able to offer package deals for promotional purposes including entry, kiosk food packages, facility use and hire items.
  • The Leisure Services Manager has discretion to alter programming fees in response to local industry trends.
  • New activities, programs, hire, and other offerings not specifically listed in the fees and charges, will be at comparable market price.
  • Swim Centre Managers have discretion to approve or refuse any booking or hire request, determine minimum and maximum numbers for the booking, and charge additional fees to cover any additional staffing required to meet requirements including safety, for the purpose of the booking or hire.

Entry Category Conditions

Entry Category Conditions:
  • Adult - Applies to all entries age 18 and over, unless another category is applicable.  Proof of eligibility under another category is required.
  • Child under 5 years – Applies to children aged under 5 years and entry is free.
  • Pensioner/Concession – Applies to children aged 5 to 17 years, Concession cardholders of: Seniors Card, Health Care, Commonwealth Seniors Health Care, Tertiary Institution Student Cards and unemployed persons, Pensioner Concession cardholders including; age pension, disability support, sole parents, and their dependents under the age of 18.
  • NSW Companion Card - Allows both the cardholder and their carer entry for a single applicable fee.
  • Family – Applies to two (2) adults (parents/partners) and their dependent children under age 18 as listed on their Medicare Card or similar evidence of family unit.
  • Bulk Entry – Applies to organised group bookings of 10 or more people i.e. children's birthday parties and school, sporting and community groups.  The fee is per person and may be paid as a bulk amount.
  • Corporate Fitness - applies to persons who are current financial members of a corporate fitness club/company who has an agreement with Lake Macquarie City Council.
  • Aquatic Challenger public session fee - is in addition to the applicable entry fees.
  • Multi-Visit Entry Passes may be purchased and used at any LMCC Swim Centre: Charlestown, Swansea, Speers Point, West Wallsend, Morisset and Toronto.
  • Multi-Visit Entry Passes are valid for 12 months from date of purchase.  Entitles the registered pass/cardholder to general entry.  Does not include programs.
  • Multi-Visit Entry Passes - Adult and Pensioner/Concession categories - are valid for use by the person/s registered to the pass/card when purchased.  For example, adult partners may share an Adult card, children of the same family may share a Concession card.  One (1) visit per person is deducted from the pass/card for each person entering the swim centre.
  • Multi-Visit Entry Passes - Family category - is valid for use by the family members registered to the pass/card when purchased.  Family entitles entry for two (2) adults/partners and their dependent children under 18 years as listed on their Medicare card or similar evidence of family unit.  Each occasion the pass/card is used equals one (1) family visit deducted from the card.
  • Memberships are available for purchase and use at LMCC operated swim centres: Charlestown, Swansea, Speers Point and West Wallsend.
  • Memberships may be accepted at Toronto and Morisset swim centres; Manager's discretion applies.
  • Memberships - Adult and Pensioner/Concession categories - entitles the registered individual membership cardholder to unlimited general entry for one (1) month, commencing on the date of purchase and expiring on the same date of the next month. The membership pass/card cannot be used or shared by any other person/s.
  • Membership - Family category - entitles the registered family members of the membership to unlimited general entry for one (1) month, commencing on the date of purchase and expiring on the same date of the next month.  Family means two (2) adults (parents/partners) and their dependent children under age 18 as listed on their Medicare card or similar evidence of family unit.  The membership pass/card cannot be used or shared by any other person/s not registered to the pass/card.
  • Memberships do not include programs.
  • Memberships can be renewed monthly for the applicable fee.

Program Conditions

Program Conditions:
  • Program Spectators (parents/guardians/siblings) who are spectating only are free.
  • Learn to Swim - The fees are per person, per lesson, paid in term blocks.  The two (2) or more lessons per week rate applies to the same person enrolled for two or more lessons each week.
  • Learn to Swim - Bookings are required for all learn to swim lessons.  Class lessons must be booked and paid upfront for a full term. Terms are based on school terms which may vary in duration.  Managers have discretion to offer shorter term block payments in certain circumstances e.g. financial hardship. Arrangements must be evidenced in Centaman and must be pre-approved by Manager Leisure Services and are reportable to Manager Leisure Services.
  • Learn to Swim - Cancellations - no refund for cancellations or failure to attend.  No make up lesson for cancellations with less than four (4) hours notice.   Cancellations greater than four (4) hours notice may receive a make up lesson if a vacancy exists within the same term.  A make up lesson or credit will be provided for lessons cancelled by the centre due to unforseen circumstances e.g. weather conditions.
  • Learn to Swim Deposits - are payable at Swim Centres request to secure learn to swim bookings. Minimum payment required is the price of two lessons (calculated on 1 lesson per week pricing).
  • Make-up sessions can not be transferred into credit amounts.
  • Each swim term unused makeup sessions will be erased.
  • Squads - The fees are per person, per session, paid monthly.  The multiple sessions per week rates apply to the same person enrolled in the squad program.
  • Squads -  Bookings are required for all squad sessions.  Squad bookings are to be paid upfront in monthly blocks based on the number of sessions booked per week, per the applicable rate, and the number of weeks/sessions in the calendar month.
  • Squads - Cancellations - No refund for cancellations or failure to attend. Cancellations that provide notice to the Centre before the end of the squad lesson that the squad member is booked into, may receive a make up session if a vacancy exists within the same calendar month only. Make ups must be used in the same calendar month as awarded  they cannot be accumulated for use in following months.   No make up session will be provided for cancellations without notice provided to the Swim Centre before the end of the squad lesson that the squad member is booked into. Each month unused makeup sessions will be erased.  A make up session or credit will be provided for sessions cancelled by the centre due to unforeseen circumstances e.g. weather conditions.
  • Make-up sessions can not be transferred into credit amounts.
  • Casual Squad Pricing - Bookings are not required for customers paying a casual squad option. Inclusion in the squad session is subject to availability. If squad session exceeds set class ratios the customer may be turned away. Payment for session must be paid to Swim Centre reception prior to commencement of the session.
  • Fitness Programs - Includes entry for a recreational swim before and/or after the fitness class for the program participant only.
  • Fitness Programs - Multi-visit fitness passes may be purchased in quantities of 10 or 20. Each quantity purchased is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.
  • Fitness Programs - Pensioner/Concession – Applies to children aged 5 to 17 years.  Concession cardholders of: Seniors Card, Health Care, Commonwealth Seniors Health Care, Tertiary Institution Student Cards, and unemployed persons.  Pensioner Concession cardholders including; age pension, disability support, sole parents, and their dependents under the age of 18.
  • Corporate Fitness program fees apply only to persons who are current financial members of a corporate fitness club/company which has an agreement with Lake Macquarie City Council.
  • If the corporate fitness member wishes to participate in a program, he/she is required to pay the applicable corporate fitness program fee.  This fee may be payable in block amounts or upon each visit, subject to the program's booking conditions, and the remainder fee is charged to the Corporate Fitness Partner organisation.
  • Partners and dependents (children) of corporate fitness members, are entitled to corporate fitness program rates if they are included in the corporate fitness club membership and use their club membership to gain entry to the swim centre.

Hire Conditions

Hire Conditions:
  • Lane hire may be available at certain times subject to availability around programming and recreational swimming space.
  • Lane hire fees apply in increments of 30 minutes.
  • Lane hire includes entry to the pool for the person responsible for the booking for the duration of the hire.
  • Lane hire for group use - applicable entry fees per person apply in addition to the lane hire fee.
  • Lane hire - during usual centre hours - Hunter Surf Lifesaving Branch nippers proficiency bookings, Lake Mac Swim Centre's home Swimming Clubs, Lake Mac Swim Centre's home Waterpolo clubs and school carnivals - nil hire fee subject to pool space availability and booking conditions.  Applicable bulk entry fees apply. Spectator fees apply for all carnivals.
  • Lane hire - non-commercial water-safety related activities that are endorsed by registered water safety bodies - fee may be waived upon application subject to conditions and availability. Approval is required by Manager Leisure Services.
  • Centre hire may be available outside the centre's usual operating hours.
  • Centre hire - a minimum booking of one hour and two (2) staff are required.  Additional time, where not a full hour, is charged at a minimum of 30 minute increments.
  • Centre hire - additional staff (more than the minimum two), may be required subject to the number of people for the booking and the additional staff fees apply.
  • Centre hire - in addition to the centre hire fees, applicable entry fees (e.g. bulk entry fees) also apply.
  • Centre hire - Lake Mac Swim Centre's home Swimming Club and Lake Mac Swim Centre's home Water Polo club - nil hire fees subject to pool space availability and booking conditions. Applicable bulk entry fees apply for swimmers only. Spectator fees apply for all carnivals.
  • Centre hire - non-commercial water-safety related activities that are endorsed by registered water safety bodies - fee may be waived upon application subject to conditions and availability . Approval is required by Manager Leisure Services.
  • Commercial Group Fitness program - outdoor grounds hire - Maximum 20 participants per booking -  This category includes activities such as bootcamps, group fitness training and other group  recreational pursuits as approved. Bulk entry fees apply to swimmers. Fees apply in increments of 60 minutes. Subject to availability. Swim Centre manager discretion applies.
  • Aquatic Challenger hire - during usual centre operating hours - where available, may be booked for children's birthday parties and similar, and may be subject to certain days and times around program schedules with allowance for public recreational swimming space.
  • Aquatic Challenger hire bookings are for exclusive use of the aquatic challenger and includes water safety supervision and pool usage space for the float.  A minimum booking of one hour with a minimum of ten (10) people applies.  Additional people are permitted, with a maximum number per booking subject to safety and manager's discretion at the time of booking.   Applicable entry fees per person (e.g. bulk entry) applies in addition to the Aquatic Challenger hire fee.  Children's birthday party packages may be offered.
  • Aquatic Challenger hire fee where booked outside usual centre hours, is in addition to the applicable Centre Hire fee, and applicable entry fee per person (e.g. bulk entry).
  • Aquatic Challengers scheduled for public use at certain times may be used by all swim centre patrons who have paid the applicable entry fee and aquatic challenger public session fee.
  • Room hire (where rooms are available at certain centres) is the fee for use of the room only.  It doesn't include entry fees for use of the pool or other facilities or programs.  Centre Hire fees apply to bookings for room hire where outside the centre's usual operating hours.
  • Room hire - a minimum of one (1) hour is charged.  Additional time, where not a full hour, is charged at a minimum of 30 minute increments.
  • Booking/hire deposits - apply to Centre Hire bookings outside the centre's usual operating hours (except for weekly Swimming Club bookings), all Aquatic Challenger hire bookings during or outside usual hours, and major aquatic event bookings including during usual centre operating hours (except for annual school carnival bookings).  These activities/bookings require additional staff rostering.
  • Deposits are payable within 14 days of the booked date.
  • Deposits are deductable from the full hire fees or other applicable fees on payment of the full fees.
  • Deposits are non-refundable for cancellations with less than 7 days notice.
  • Only one deposit amount is payable per booking where booking for both centre hire and aquatic challenger hire together.
  • Deposits are refundable or transferrable to another suitable day if a swim centre is required to cancel a booking before commencement i.e. due to unsafe weather conditions.
  • Swim Centre Manager's discretion applies to deposits.

Fees

Miscellaneous Fees

Entry Fees

Multi Visit Entry Passes

Memberships

Program Fees - Learn to Swim

Program Fees - Squad Coaching

Program Fees - Fitness Programs

Hire Fees

LIBRARY SERVICE HEADQUARTERS

NOTE: These fees apply to all Library cost centres

Library - General

Charges for Lost and Damaged Items

Photocopies / Printouts

Fax Service

Overdue Items

Fee charged per item per day from 8th day after due date.
No fee applies for Juniors, Institutions or Home Library
Depending upon the balance of outstanding fees, borrowing privileges may be withdrawn
Maximum overdue fee per item - $10.00.
Lake Mac Libraries will consider a reduction in late fees up to a maximum 50% for customers in circumstances of hardship. All requests must be received in writing, supporting documentation may be requested.

Local History Reproductions (Material Held by Library)

NOTE: Council reserves the right to waive these fees for promotional purposes

Digital Image

Programs and Merchandising

Council reserves the right to waive these fees for promotional purposes

Meeting/Activity Room Hire

See Conditions for Hire of Community Facilities under Community Halls

All Rooms

Belmont, Charlestown, Toronto (Large Room)

Morisset, Toronto (Small Room)

Swansea Centre

Beach Room
Sole use by Eastlake Lake Macquarie Historical Society
Channel Room
Lake Room (Function Room)
For use by small groups (max. of 60) when smaller function room not available.
See Ocean Room 1 for charges
Ocean Room
Starfish Room
Youth Area
Swansea Centre Kitchen

CULTURAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

Events, Exhibitions and Merchandising

ART GALLERY

Art Gallery - Conditions

  • All hire of Art Gallery foyer and seminar room includes gallery staff for supervision of the Art Gallery and site only, not as function staff.
  • Hire of Art Gallery outside of gallery opening hours, is inclusive of foyer and seminar rooms.
  • The Art Gallery is only available for out of hours social functions between 5.30pm and 10.30pm.
  • After hours hire is inclusive of security guard booked by the gallery for the duration of the function.
  • All function hire times are inclusive of set-up and clean-up time.
  • All catered functions are to be booked through Awaba House Restaurant and catered for by them if they are available. Any other caterer used must have a current food service licence and appropriate insurance.
  • No food or drink is to be served or consumed in the exhibiton space.
  • There are number limits under the Art Gallery's entertainment licence as follows:
-56 seated for dinner or other function / seminar in the seminar room;
-80 seated for cabarets etc in the combined seminar room and foyer space;
-200 standing for cocktail parties; and
-100 guests for wedding ceremonies
  • Bookings for functions will only be accepted if they are able to be accommodated within the foyer and/or seminar room and around Art Gallery programming.
  • All hire is subject to the conditions of the relevant hire agreement (available on https://artgallery.lakemac.com.au)

Art Gallery - General

Art Gallery Foyer / Seminar Room Hire

Classes / Programs

Sale of Artworks / Merchandise

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

New Leases or Licences Council enters into or renews various Leases and Licences with third parties each year.  The basis for the determination of the rents include  CPI Increase, Fixed Increase, Market Rent Review, Turnover Rent, In accordance with Council Resolution or alternate arrangements as negotiated e.g. stepped rental increases.

Property Asset Management - General

External Consultancy Services

Acquisition by Compulsory Process (on behalf of others)

Fees to Other Authorities

Footway Dining - to be deleted

Footway Dining

Property Asset Management - Miscellaneous Charges

Temporary Occupation of Council Land (by Licence)

RECLASSIFICATIONS

Acquisitions and Sales of Council Owned Land

The acquisition and sale of properties by Council is undertaken in accordance with Council's Acquisition and Divestment Policy.

Sale of Scattered Lots - General

Should the sale of land be undertaken following a reclassification of the land which was funded by the applicant, no additional investigation and administration fees will be charged.
 
Should Council instigate the sale of the scattered lot, no investigation, administration, internal valuation, survey or legal work fees shall be charged.  Should the purchaser engage any external parites this will be at the purchasers cost.

Road Closures

Road Closures - Council Roads

Council Processed

Road Closures - Crown

OTHER GROUPS MISCELLANEOUS LEASES

Charges to Groups

Applications for Council Land

'lease, licence etc excluding commercial and residential leases:

HOLIDAY PARKS - BLACKSMITHS BEACHSIDE HOLIDAY PARK

P: 02 4971 2858
E:  blacksmiths@lakemacholidayparks.com.au
W:  www.lakemacholidayparks.com.au

1. Low Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Pensioners (includes two people)

Ensuite Tourist Sites (includes two people)

One Bedroom Villa (includes two people)

Two Bedroom Villa (includes two people)

Bungalow (Includes two people)

Deluxe Bungalow (Includes two people)

2. Off Peak Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Pensioners (includes two people)

Ensuite Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

One Bedroom Villa (Includes two people)

Two Bedroom Villa (Includes two people)

Bungalow (Includes two people)

Deluxe Bungalow (Includes two people)

3. Peak Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Ensuite Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

One Bedroom Villa (Includes two people)

Two Bedroom Villa (Includes two people)

Bungalow (Includes two people)

Deluxe Bungalow (Includes two people)

4. Holiday Vans (Includes up to a maximum of six people)

12 free nights per month
- 144 min total per annum
- commencing 1 July each year
Extra adults and children charged at concessional rates

5. Permanent Residents

Non Pensioners

Pensioners

6. Miscellaneous

Facilities

Children

Day Visitors

Additional Adults

Additional Children - Per Child Under 16

7. Booking Deposit

8. Marketing

A discount of up to 20% may apply during promotional and marketing periods. A discount of 10% on the normally applicable rates may apply in respect of block bookings of 10 or more sites.

9. Linen - Optional Hire

HOLIDAY PARKS - BELMONT PINES LAKESIDE HOLIDAYS PARK

P:  02 4945 4750
E:  belmont@lakemacholidayparks.com.au
W:  www.lakemacholidayparks.com.au

1. Low Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Pensioners (includes two people)

Ensuite Cabins (Includes two people)

Sunset View Cabins (Includes two people)

Bungalow Cabins (Includes two people)

Villa (Includes two people)

2. Off PeakSeason

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Pensioners (includes two people)

Ensuite Cabins (Includes two people)

Sunset View Cabins (Includes two people)

Bungalow Cabins (Includes two people)

Villa (Includes two people)

3. Peak Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Ensuite Cabins (Includes four people)

Sunset View Cabins (Includes four people)

Bungalow Cabins (Includes five people)

Villa (Includes six people)

4. Holiday Vans (Includes up to a maximum of six people)

12 free nights per month
- 144 min total per annum
- commencing 1 July each year
Extra adults and children charged at concessional rates

5. Permanent Residents

Non Pensioners

Pensioners

6. Miscellaneous

Facilities

Children

Day Visitors

Additional Adults

Additional Children - Per Child Under 16

7. Booking Deposit

8. Marketing

A discount of up to 20% may apply during promotional and marketing periods. A discount of 10% on the normally applicable rates may apply in respect of block bookings of 10 or more sites.

9. Linen - Optional Hire

HOLIDAY PARKS - SWANSEA GARDENS LAKESIDE HOLIDAY PARK

P:  02 4971 2869
E:  swansea@lakemacholidayparks.com.au
W:  www.lakemacholidayparks.com.au

1. Low Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Pensioners (includes two people)

Ensuite Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Non Ensuite Cabin (Includes two people)

Budget Cabins (Includes two people)

Poolside Accessible Villa

Standard Villa (Includes two people)

Deluxe Villa (Includes two people)

Poolside 3 Bedroom Deluxe Villa (includes two people)

2. Off Peak Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Pensioners (includes two people)

Ensuite Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Non Ensuite Cabin (Includes two people)

Budget Cabins (Includes two people)

Poolside Accessible Villa

Standard Villa (Includes two people)

Deluxe Villa (Includes two people)

Poolside 3 Bedroom Villa (includes two people)

3. Peak Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Ensuite Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Non Ensuite Cabin (Includes six people)

Budget Cabins (Includes four people)

Poolside Accessible Villa (includes five people)

Standard Villa (Includes six people)

Deluxe Villa (Includes six people)

Poolside 3 Bedroom Deluxe Villa (includes nine people)

4. Holiday Vans (Includes up to a maximum of six people)

12 free nights per month
- 144 min total per annum
- commencing 1 July each year
Extra adults and children charged at concessional rates

5. Permanent Residents

Non Pensioners

Pensioners

6. Miscellaneous

Facilities

Children

Day Visitors

Additional Adults

Additional Children - Per Child Under 16

7. Booking Deposit

8. Marketing

A discount of up to 20% may apply during promotional and marketing periods. A discount of 10% on the normally applicable rates may apply in respect of block bookings of 10 or more sites.

9. Linen - Optional Hire

10. Rentals

HOLIDAY PARKS - WANGI POINT LAKESIDE HOLIDAY PARK

P:  02 4975 1889
E:  wangi@lakemacholidayparks.com.au
W:  www.lakemacholidayparks.com.au

1. Low Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Safari Tent (includes two people)

Pensioners (includes two people)

Ensuite Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Standard Cabin (Includes two people)

Ensuite Cabin (Includes two people)

Villa (Includes two people)

2. Off Peak Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Safari Tent (includes two people)

Pensioners (includes two people)

Ensuite Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Standard Cabin (Includes two people)

Ensuite Cabin (Includes two people)

Villa (Includes two people)

3. Peak Season

Unpowered Tourist sites (Includes two people)

Powered Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Safari Tent (includes two people)

Ensuite Tourist Sites (Includes two people)

Standard Cabin (Includes six people)

Ensuite Cabin (Includes four people)

Villa (Includes two people)

4. Holiday Vans (Includes up to a maximum of six people)

12 free nights per month
- 144 min total per annum
- commencing 1 July each year
Extra adults and children charged at concessional rates

5. Permanent Residents

Non Pensioners

Pensioners

6. Miscellaneous

Deposit

Facilities

Children

Day Visitors

Additional Adults

Additional Children - Per Child Under 16

7. Booking Deposit

8. Marketing

A discount of up to 20% may apply during promotional and marketing periods. A discount of 10% on the normally applicable rates may apply in respect of block bookings of 10 or more sites.

9. Linen - Optional Hire

CIVILAKE EXTERNAL WORKS

Contractual Work

Plant And Labour Rates Per Hour

The following rates are the base rates only. To be added to these are the Overhead and the other Commercial Equivalent Rates as appropriate at the time.
NB: All Plant Rates include one Operator (except where indicated)