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Notice is hereby given that applications have been made to Council under the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 for the use or development of land as follows:

Location: Mauriceton Lane, Dysart, off Clifton Vale Road (CT 163875/1)
Proposal: DA2017/54 - M A & E A Downward - Extractive Industry (Level 2 Activity) Intensification of existing gravel quarry to maximum annual production of 10000 cubic metres

The above application has been referred to the Board of the Environment Protection Authority (the Board) for assessment under the Environmental Management and Pollution Control Act 1994 (EMPC Act). An Environmental Effects Report (EER) has been lodged in support of the application.

A copy of the EER for the above application will be available for public inspection during the notification period of 14 days and may be examined during normal business hours at:

·          The Southern Midlands Council Oatlands Office: 71 High Street, Oatlands

·          The Southern Midlands Council Kempton Office: 85 Main Street, Kempton

·          Service Tasmania, 134 Macquarie Street, Hobart

The EER can also be viewed on the internet at:

A guide for preparing a public submission can be found on the internet at: 

Copies of the EER may be requested from Mr Barry Williams, Integrated Land Management and Planning, Ph 0437 394 492, Email:

Location: 284 Chauncy Vale Road, Bagdad
Proposal: DA2017/112 - Manufacturing & processing: Addition to joinery workshop

Location: 79 & 81 High Street, Oatlands    
Proposal: DA2017/111 - Demolition of garage (Heritage place)

The relevant plans and documents are available for inspection at the Development & Environmental Services Office at 85 Main Street, Kempton during normal office hours for a period of 14 days. Any person may make representations within this period by letter addressed to the General Manager, PO Box 21 Oatlands, Tasmania 7120, or by electronic mail to

T F Kirkwood
General Manager

Posted Tuesday, 7 November 2017, 5.00pm

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