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Public Notices as advertised in the Mercury on Saturday 28th July 2018

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COMMUNITY small grants program 2018

Council’s Community Small Grants Program opens on Monday 30th July 2018 and closes at 4.00 pm on Monday 27th August 2018. The Community Grants program recognises the important role our community groups and sporting clubs play in connecting people and positively shaping our region.  The program has been established to support projects, programs and activities that benefit the residents of the Southern Midlands local government area.  

Grant application forms and guidelines are available on Council’s website www.southernmidlands.tas.gov.au or hard copies can be obtained by calling into the Council’s Oatlands (71 High Street) or Kempton (85 Main Street) offices during business hours. For further information contact Andrew Benson on 62593011 or via email.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMIT

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: 228 Estate Road, Campania
Proposal: DA2018/55 - Farm Sheds

Location: 41 Hastings Street, Oatlands
Proposal: DA2018/33 - Six (6) bond storage sheds

Location: 56 Main Street, Kempton
Proposal: DA2018/52 – Dwelling addition

Location: 4 Old Hunting Ground Road, Kempton (access from Louisa Street)
Proposal: DA2018/58 - Change of Use and alterations (School building to Medical Consulting Rooms)

The relevant plans and documents are available for inspection at the Development & Environmental Services Office at 71 High Street, Oatlands or 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 mail@southernmidlands.tas.gov.au

 

T F Kirkwood
General Manager

Posted Thursday, 26 July 2018, 5.35pm


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