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Headland Preservation Group Public Meeting
17 July 2014 www.hpg.org.au
Save Middle Head
Tonight’s meeting
● What 10 Terminal was – Hon Charlie Lynn
● John Howard & Tony Abbott’s vision – Tim James
● How the pro...
Hon Charlie Lynn MLC
Importance of the 10 Terminal Buildings
The Trust’s own Comprehensive Management Plan
● Classifies th...
Tim James
Howard and Abbott’s Vision
Tony Abbott said the principles I have attempted to uphold ..
● that all bushland mus...
The Development Proposal –
3rd Version
10 Terminal
The Proposed Development: Key Points
■ The proposed development involves the majority
demolition of the “exceptionally rar...
More Key Points
■ A narrow walkway has been provided for ‘public access’
between buildings but private secure gardens will...
The Site Today
Current Parking
The Harbour Trust’s Management Plan
■ Kept 10 Terminal as a single storey
■ Provided public parking
■ Retained more open s...
Trust Management Plan
Trust Proposed Amended
Management Plan Oct ‘13
The Site Today
Proposed Development
Proposed Development: parking
Proposed Development: buildings
Proposed Development: heat shields/’berms’
Proposed Development: footprint
Proposed Development: footprints old & new
Proposed Development: footprint demolition plan
Heat Shields – ‘Berms’: 2.3m to 3.2 metres high
Historic 1801 Fort
We have a better use for 10 Terminal
● Outlined at the Trust’s Open Board meeting on 17 June
● Cultural Interpretative Cen...
The Simultaneous Assessment Process
Actions
Documents
published
Planning report
Traffic report
Fire report
Stormwater cont...
EPBC and Trust Acts
EPBC (VERY BROAD)
Significant Impact on the Environment means
1. ecosystems inc. people/communities
2....
And after the submissions lodged?
Separate, not shared, assessments
EPBC
- MHHC may revise yet again
- all comments and re...
Significant Adverse Impacts
The guide is on your chair & at the desk
Arguments against the aged care proposal
1. Loss of p...
Top Secret - Fire Safety Evacuation Plan
Your contribution now more
essential than ever
■ Write a submission - details of what, where and when
on your chair & at t...
Attend the Rally –11am Sunday 27 July
Save middle head public meeting 17 july 2014
Save middle head public meeting 17 july 2014
Save middle head public meeting 17 july 2014
Save middle head public meeting 17 july 2014
Save middle head public meeting 17 july 2014
Save middle head public meeting 17 july 2014
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Headland Preservation Group Save Middle Head Campaign Public Meeting 17 July 2014.

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Save middle head public meeting 17 july 2014

  1. 1. Headland Preservation Group Public Meeting 17 July 2014 www.hpg.org.au Save Middle Head
  2. 2. Tonight’s meeting ● What 10 Terminal was – Hon Charlie Lynn ● John Howard & Tony Abbott’s vision – Tim James ● How the proposal will change 10 Terminal – Marta Sengers ● What 10 Terminal could be – Julie Goodsir ● EPBC and SHFT Acts – Linda Bergin ● Submission guidance – Julie Goodsir ● The planned Rally – Kay Stammers ● Financial summary – Tony MacCormick The greatest threat to our parkland & heritage is the belief that someone else will save it
  3. 3. Hon Charlie Lynn MLC Importance of the 10 Terminal Buildings The Trust’s own Comprehensive Management Plan ● Classifies them as “rare & exceptional” and says ● “Original World War 2 buildings should not be demolished but be adaptively re-used for uses compatible with their original and community uses”
  4. 4. Tim James Howard and Abbott’s Vision Tony Abbott said the principles I have attempted to uphold .. ● that all bushland must be protected forever; ● that there should be no large scale commercial development; ● that heritage buildings should be protected and restored;
  5. 5. The Development Proposal – 3rd Version
  6. 6. 10 Terminal
  7. 7. The Proposed Development: Key Points ■ The proposed development involves the majority demolition of the “exceptionally rare” * 10 Terminal complex and replaced with a large 2 storey out of context with others in the area ■ Estimate about 75% will be demolished (all internal walls, most windows, ceilings and most of the roofs) ■ Increased footprint of buildings ■ The proponent claims that this is adaptive re-use! ■ It will still require an amendment to the Trust’s Management Plan and the Minister’s approval under SHFT Act * Rated by Trust’s own Conservation Management Plan.
  8. 8. More Key Points ■ A narrow walkway has been provided for ‘public access’ between buildings but private secure gardens will be fenced off ■ Ambulance drive through, access roads & loading dock ■ A heat shield (firewall for bushfire protection) 150 metres long with heights from 2 to over 3 metres, in the form of landscaped ‘berms’ ■ Loss of public parkland for buildings and car spaces ■ Wrong place for a large aged care home with 89 beds in an isolated bushfire prone area with single road access & no services
  9. 9. The Site Today
  10. 10. Current Parking
  11. 11. The Harbour Trust’s Management Plan ■ Kept 10 Terminal as a single storey ■ Provided public parking ■ Retained more open space
  12. 12. Trust Management Plan
  13. 13. Trust Proposed Amended Management Plan Oct ‘13
  14. 14. The Site Today
  15. 15. Proposed Development
  16. 16. Proposed Development: parking
  17. 17. Proposed Development: buildings
  18. 18. Proposed Development: heat shields/’berms’
  19. 19. Proposed Development: footprint
  20. 20. Proposed Development: footprints old & new
  21. 21. Proposed Development: footprint demolition plan
  22. 22. Heat Shields – ‘Berms’: 2.3m to 3.2 metres high
  23. 23. Historic 1801 Fort
  24. 24. We have a better use for 10 Terminal ● Outlined at the Trust’s Open Board meeting on 17 June ● Cultural Interpretative Centre involving all past and present users of the area ○ Military ○ Indigenous ○ NPWS ○ SIMS ○ ASOPA ○ Education ○ Tourist potential
  25. 25. The Simultaneous Assessment Process Actions Documents published Planning report Traffic report Fire report Stormwater control Architectural drawings Heritage statement Landscape design7 July Public Submissions Friday 30 July Mail submissions must arrive 5 PM Sunday 3 August Deadline for ALL submissions The Trust Act to Trust * Objects/Functions * Trust Comprehensive Plan * Trust Management Plan The EPBC Act to MHHC * Significant Impact on “Environment” * Economic and Social * ESD Watch out for timing. Late submissions may be conveniently ignored Timing
  26. 26. EPBC and Trust Acts EPBC (VERY BROAD) Significant Impact on the Environment means 1. ecosystems inc. people/communities 2. natural and physical 3. qualities and character of locations 4. heritage values 5. social, economic and cultural Economic and Social Matters Ecologically Sustainable Development TRUST Objects - to protect, conserve and interpret the environmental and heritage values of Trust land; - to maximise public access to Trust land; - to establish and manage suitable Trust land as a park Functions - to undertake community consultation - rehabilitate...in accordance with the plans - promote appreciation of Trust land, in particular its environmental and heritage values Comprehensive Plan Middle Head Management Plan
  27. 27. And after the submissions lodged? Separate, not shared, assessments EPBC - MHHC may revise yet again - all comments and revisions to Department - Republish within 10 days - Department reports to Minister - Minister determines within 40 business days Trust? If either determination is “not approved”, then the proposal cannot proceed
  28. 28. Significant Adverse Impacts The guide is on your chair & at the desk Arguments against the aged care proposal 1. Loss of public access - land and buildings 2. Loss of social aspects 3. Loss of heritage - military & indigenous 4. Risk of bushfire 5. Alteration of NATURAL Landscape 6. Traffic & Parking 7. Loss of aesthetics 8. Negative economic impact 9. In-transparent process General guidelines for letter writing ● Focus on Significant impact ● Don’t be emotional ● Don’t be personal Make sure you get your submission in on Time
  29. 29. Top Secret - Fire Safety Evacuation Plan
  30. 30. Your contribution now more essential than ever ■ Write a submission - details of what, where and when on your chair & at the desk ■ Attend the Rally at 11am on Sunday 27 July outside the 10 Terminal buildings ■ Donate what you can to keep HPG fighting ■ Register your email & become an HPG member if you are not already
  31. 31. Attend the Rally –11am Sunday 27 July

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