PO20/07 - Draft Local Planning Policy - Advertisements and Advertising Signs

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DRAFT LOCAL PLANNING POLICY

LPP ADVERTISEMENTS AND ADVERTISING SIGNS


Pursuant to Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council has adopted, for the purposes of community consultation, LLP Advertisements and Advertising Signs on the 9th September 2020.


LPP Advertisements and Advertising Signs

The purpose of this Policy is to set standards relating to the design and placement of Advertisements and Advertising Signs within the City.


Where Advertisements and Advertising Signs do not meet these standards they are to be:

(a) Designed, constructed and maintained to a high aesthetic standard and quality of presentation; and

(b)


DRAFT LOCAL PLANNING POLICY

LPP ADVERTISEMENTS AND ADVERTISING SIGNS


Pursuant to Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council has adopted, for the purposes of community consultation, LLP Advertisements and Advertising Signs on the 9th September 2020.


LPP Advertisements and Advertising Signs

The purpose of this Policy is to set standards relating to the design and placement of Advertisements and Advertising Signs within the City.


Where Advertisements and Advertising Signs do not meet these standards they are to be:

(a) Designed, constructed and maintained to a high aesthetic standard and quality of presentation; and

(b) Integrated within the design of the development and are consistent with the character of the local area; and

(c) Designed such that they do not result in visual clutter and/or have a detrimental impact on the streetscape or visual amenity of the surrounding area and present a visually attractive appearance to public areas; and

(d) Consistent with the heritage values of a place (where applicable); and

(e) Integrated and rationalised where a site contains multiple tenancies; and

(f) Designed, constructed, secured and maintained so that they do not pose a hazard to motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and the public at large.


In addition to the above, where Static Illumination and/or Animation are proposed, help ensure that illumination levels do not have an adverse impact on the amenity of the area or cause a nuisance to occupiers of surrounding residential premises.

Please complete the form below to lodge a submission. Submissions for this proposal close on 28th October 2020. Documents can be viewed in the Document Library on the top right hand side of this page or a copy of the draft policy has been deposited at the City Offices, 2 Southern Drive, Busselton during office hours.

If you do not have access to the internet, the proposal is available for viewing at the City of Busselton Civic and Administration Centre, 2 Southern Drive, Busselton; or please call Planning Enquiries on 9781 1731.

Please be aware that details of your submission may be made available to the applicant for the opportunity to respond. In certain instances your submission may also be used to form part of a Council report making it a public document.


CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
CITY OF BUSSELTON