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Cable Car over Mt Wellington's Organ Pipes

IdratherbeclimbingM9
5/11/2014
11:41:55 AM
An update of sorts, as I have received an email feedback to the submission I put in.

Dear Representor

Thank you for your representation on the draft Amending Plan for the Pinnacle Specific Area in Wellington Park.

The Wellington Park Management Trust has submitted its report on the issues raised in the representations to the Tasmanian Planning Commission in accordance with the Wellington Park Act 1993. The Trustís report and all the representations received can now be viewed or downloaded on the Commissionís website; http://www.planning.tas.gov.au/assessments_and_reviews/management_plans_and_reviews/current_reviews

The Commission will now review the Trustís report and provide a report back to the Trust.

Please note that the Trust does not make its final decision on the draft Amending Plan until it has received and considered the Commissionís report.

Yours sincerely
Axel von Krusenstierna

Manager
Wellington Park Management Trust


551 submissions, a good result.
The process seems to be above reproach so far.
I wish the LHI Board of Management were as open as this mob, in their process/es regarding Balls Pyramid...

IdratherbeclimbingM9
5/11/2014
1:04:31 PM
Last post I wrote;
>551 submissions, a good result.

Hmm.
I have just reviewed the first 200 submissions and it is a real roller coaster ride of emotions for reading material no matter if one is for or against the proposal.

Of the first 200 there are 108 in support of a cableway and 90 against, with a couple having a bet each way...

The original approx 70 submissions were all yes development vs approx 5 againsts, and I thought the result would be a landslide based on sheer numbers alone, ... but the response-flavours seem to arrive in waves (as the word got out further and wider?), and the 'against' submissions are clawing back some tenure...

Interestingly, most 'for' submissions were short and contained little supporting rhetoric, in contrast to many of the lengthy well reasoned 'against' responses...

~> As a matter of interest I will peruse the remaining submissions for a total result when I have more time.

If it is a close call, it will be interesting to see if the final decision is based on sheer numbers of response category, or logical reasoning responses...

nerm
5/11/2014
2:29:08 PM
n.b. - p11 of the report states "However, it is clear that the majority of representations were either opposed to the draft Amending Plan specifically and/or to a cable car in general. "
n.b. 2 - the CCT's submission was no 421 if you are interested.


IdratherbeclimbingM9
17/02/2015
4:10:17 PM
Thanks nerm!




Got a reply by email...
>
> TASMANIAN PLANNING COMMISSION
16 February 2015
Dear representor
Draft Amendment - Wellington Park Management Plan 2013
In October 2014, the Chairperson of the Wellington Park Trust (the Trust) sent the
Commission a copy of the Draft Amendment to the Wellington Park Management Plan
2013 (the Draft Amendment), copies of all representations received on the Draft
Amendment and a report from the Trust in relation to the representations and the Draft
Amendment.
After considering the representations and the Trustís report, the Commission has decided
to hold a hearing in accordance with section 24C(3) and (5) of the Wellington Park Act
1993.
The Commissionís review function is narrow in scope and is limited to consideration of the
representations and the report of the Trust. The Commission does not have powers to
approve or reject the draft amendment but the Trust must consider a copy of the
Commissionís report before submitting its amended Management Plan to the Governor for
approval, should it proceed with the amendment.
It is not necessary for the Commission to hear from each representor as the Commissionís
Delegated Panel has had the opportunity to read and carefully consider each
representation. However, if you wish to be heard at the hearing, please provide the
Commission with a written submission, no more than one (1) A4 page, addressing the
matters that you intend to present at the hearing and how your appearance will assist the
Commissionís review. Submissions should be received by the Commission by close of
business on Friday 27 February 2015 to the address below or by email to
enquiry@planning.tas.gov.au.
Please note in making a submission to be heard that you may not raise new issues but you
may expand on points in your original representation.
A Directions Hearing is to be held on 6 March 2015. Details will be provided in a public
notice to be advertised in The Mercury newspaper, and the Commissionís website, on
Saturday 21 February 2015.
Our ref: DOC/15/11018
Officer: J Dyring
Phone: 616 56833
Email: Jennifer.Dyring@planning.tas.gov.au
At the Directions Hearing the Delegated Panel will consider which representors it wishes to
hear (based on the submissions received) and to give any directions regarding the
hearings. The date and time of the hearing will then be notified.
If you have any queries, or require further information on this matter, please visit the
Commissionís website (www.planning.tas.gov.au) or contact Jennifer Dyring on telephone
6165 6833.
Yours sincerely
Ann Cunningham
Chair, Delegated Panel


... Talk about a long winded process.
~> Still it is good that they are being diligent.

ajfclark
21/04/2015
10:24:28 AM
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-04-20/hobart-city-council-says-mount-wellington-trust-failed-planning/6407330

IdratherbeclimbingM9
21/04/2015
1:26:24 PM
On 21/04/2015 ajfclark wrote:
>http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-04-20/hobart-city-council-says-mount-wellington-trust-failed-planning/6407330

Thanks for that update ajf.

From that link;
Council lawyer Kirsten Turner questioned how the trust could adequately respond to the council's concerns if it had not read its 10-page submission.

"If we look at this from a 'Planning 101' perspective, there's been a fundamental failure," Ms Turner said.

I wonder if Hobart City Council will mount a legal challenge?

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