South Australian Government Gazette

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Stormwater Management Plan

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1999
2016 Brown Hill and Keswick Creek Catchment
Stormwater Management Plan

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Clause 19 (4) of Schedule 1A to the Local Government Act 1999, that the 2016 Brown Hill and Keswick Creek Catchment Stormwater Management Plan prepared by the City of Mitcham, the City of Burnside, the Corporation of the City of Unley, the Corporation of the City of Adelaide and the City of West Torrens (the Councils) was approved by the Stormwater Management Authority on 15 February 2017, subject to the conditions specified in Schedule A.

Schedule A

Conditions

    1. The Councils establish a regional subsidiary pursuant to Section 43 of the Local Government Act 1999, to carry out the implementation and management of the Stormwater Management Plan, through the:

(a)   preparation of a charter for the regional subsidiary and relevant legal and financial due diligence;

(b)   formal endorsement of the charter by the Councils; and

(c)   approval of the charter by the Minister for Local Government and establishment of the regional subsidiary.

    2. The regional subsidiary is established by the latter of 31 December 2017 or within twelve (12) calendar months of the date of a formal announcement by the South Australian government of a financial allocation to the construction of works specified in the Stormwater Management Plan. The timeframe for this condition can be renegotiated as required.

    3. In order to meet the requirements of Clause 24 (2) of Schedule 1A to the Local Government Act 1999, the regional subsidiary or the relevant council shall acquire an easement or other appropriate interest over the relevant land by agreement with the owner or in accordance with the Land Acquisition Act 1969, to enable the construction and ongoing maintenance, by the regional subsidiary or the relevant council, of infrastructure specified in the Stormwater Management Plan, unless a private landowner agreement is able to be negotiated in a form that allows sufficient authority for the required construction and ongoing maintenance and such authority accompanies any future transfer of the land to another owner. The action required for this condition must be undertaken by 31 December 2050.

Dated 27 February 2017.

    Executed for and on behalf of the Stormwater Management Authority by its Presiding Member pursuant to a resolution of the Board and in the presence of:

S. Hains, Presiding Member
S. Morton, Witness