2021 Motions database

This page contains all motions passed at Council meetings in 2021.

7 December 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Keith SargentStephanie ProudChurchlands Green Traffic Management Trial12.1/ES11221/006

Council Resolution

1221/006

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That Council APPROVES the implementation of the permanent closure of the right turn pocket from Pearson Street into Alumni Terrace, Churchlands, as per Option 1.
2. That closure of the right turn pocket from Pearson Street into Alumni Terrace be UNDERTAKEN during the current financial year with funds listed and approved in the 2021/2022 Annual Budget.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/4).

For: Councillors Creado, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly, Olow, Re and Thornton.
 

Keith SargentFelicity FarrellyPublic Open Space Strategy - Approval to Advertise for Public Comment12.1/RL11221/007

Council Resolution

1221/007

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Farrelly

1. That Council ADOPTS the City’s draft Public Open Space Strategy for the purposes of advertising for public comment, with a further report to be PRESENTED to Council detailing the outcomes of public consultation by April 2022.
2. That the City formally WRITES to the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage and the Western Australian Planning Commission to seek an urgent review of State Policy frameworks in relation to Public Open Space provision, along with investigation of options to provide additional Public Open Space through the Metropolitan Region Scheme.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudOutcomes of Improvement to Committees Trial Period and Amendments to the Community and Resources Committee Terms of Reference12.1/A11221/010

Council Resolution

1221/010

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council NOTES the trial period of improvements to the Committee process was successful.
2. That Council ADOPTS the Community and Resources Committee Terms of Reference as shown in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudInglewood Traffic and Parking Review12.1/ES21221/011

Council Resolution

1221/011

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That Council NOTES the report detailing the assessment of traffic impacts on local roads in Inglewood resulting from the introduction of the Aldi and Woolworths Supermarkets. 

2. That Council MONITORS parking and speed on Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Avenues (between Beaufort Street and Clifton Street) at six monthly intervals over the next 12 months. 

3. That Council REQUESTS Main Roads WA to amend the timing of speed restrictions of the 40km/hr speed trial along Beaufort Street to 7.30am to 10.00pm, Monday to Sunday. 

4. That Council CONDUCTS a road safety audit of the intersection of Hamer Parade and Eighth Avenue.  

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudProposed Hamersley Community Hub12.1/RL21221/013

Council Resolution

1221/013

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That Council ENDORSES the various community and recreation buildings located at Belvedere Road, Hamersley being established as the ‘Hamersley Community Hub’.
2. That Council NOTES the initiatives, as identified within this report, that will be implemented in 2021/2022 to establish the Hamersley Community Hub.
3. That Council SUPPORTS the preparation of a Hamersley Community Hub Implementation Plan to enable the consideration of phased facility improvements through the 2022/2023 budget as well as future budgets. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 4 Ending 31 October 202112.1/F11221/014

Council Resolution

1221/014

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 4, 1 October – 31 October 2021 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $34,742,142.26
TOTAL $34,742,142.26
be RECEIVED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender 41178 Robinson Reserve - New Clubroom Building12.1/TE11221/016

Council Resolution

1221/016

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That the Tender for the Robinson Reserve – New Clubroom Building be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
2. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to accept variations to the contract within the budget.
3. That Council ALLOCATES $400,000 in the 2022/2023 budget towards the Robinson Reserve – New Clubroom Building project (G0948).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an Absolute Majority by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudQuotation CUA-2201 Supply of Gas12.1/TE21221/017

Council Resolution

1221/017

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the Quotation for the Supply of Gas be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriLOT 301, HOUSE NUMBER 29, MAJESTIC PARADE, DIANELLA  - PATIO ADDITION TO SINGLE HOUSE (UNAUTHORISED EXISTING DEVELOPMENT)12.2/CF31221/020

Council Resolution

1221/019

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri

That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for a Patio Addition to a Single House on Lot 301, House Number 29, Majestic Parade, Dianella, be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-

a. This approval relates to the existing patio only as highlighted on the approved plans;

b. The patio roofline to be modified to be setback a minimum of 0.7m from the street boundary;

c. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve;

d. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued; and

e. The remedial works required to comply with the above conditions are to be completed within 120 days from the date of this Notice of Conditional Approval.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/3).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Perkov, Re and Mayor Irwin.

Stephanie ProudFelicity FarrellyOutcomes of Improvement to Committees Trial Period and Amendments to the Planning and Development Committee Terms of Reference12.2/A11221/022

Council Resolution

1221/022

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Farrelly

1. That Council NOTES the trial period of improvements to the Committee process was successful.
2. That Council ADOPTS the Planning and Development Committee Terms of Reference as shown in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudFelicity FarrellyLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Scheme Amendment No.122 - Lot 26, House Number 367, Odin Drive, Balcatta - Rezoning from 'Public Open Space and Local Authority Purposes' to 'Residential (R20)' - Outcomes of Advertising12.2/DS21221/023

Council Resolution

1221/023

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Farrelly

1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS (adopts) Scheme Amendment No.122 to Local Planning Scheme No.3, without modifications, as shown in Attachment 1.

2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Scheme Amendment No.122 documents, and that the Scheme Amendment be REFERRED to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudFelicity FarrellyLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Scheme Amendment No.120 - Proposed Modifications to the Development Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works - Outcomes of Advertising12.2/DS31221/024

Council Resolution

1221/024

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Farrelly

1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS (adopts) Scheme Amendment No.120 to Local Planning Scheme No.3, without modifications, as shown in Attachment 1.

2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Scheme Amendment No.120 documents, and that the Amendment be REFERRED to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudFelicity FarrellyRenaming of Stephenson Avenue and the Stephenson Avenue Extension12.2/DS41221/025

Council Resolution

1221/025

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Farrelly

1. That Council CONSIDERS the name ‘Stephenson Avenue’ for the Stephenson Avenue road extension, and that the name be forwarded to Landgate for approval.

2. That the City INVESTIGATES alternative locations within the Stirling City Centre that would be suitable for the name suggestions identified in Attachment 1, and that a report be PRESENTED to a future Council meeting for consideration.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudFelicity FarrellyHERITAGE LIST AND LOCAL HERITAGE SURVEY - METHODOLOGY AND ASSESSMENT CRITERIA12.2/DS51221/026

Council Resolution

1221/026

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Farrelly

1. That Council ENDORSES the proposed Heritage List and Local Heritage Survey methodology and assessment criteria as shown in Figure 1 and Attachment 1.
2. That Council NOTES that a report recommending modifications to the Heritage List and Local Heritage Survey will be PRESENTED to a future meeting of the Planning and Development Committee.  This will occur once Council has endorsed the Heritage List and Local Heritage Survey methodology and assessment criteria, and City’s officers and relevant Ward Councillors have reviewed each of the nominated Places.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudFelicity FarrellyDraft Local Planning Policy 6.18 - Public Consultation - Outcomes of Advertising12.2/DS61221/027

Council Resolution

1221/027

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Farrelly

That Council PROCEEDS with (adopts) draft ‘Local Planning Policy 6.18 – Public Consultation’, with modifications, shown in Attachment 1 with the following amendment to Section 5.1:-
· The City recognises that when considering the impacts of a planning or development proposal, those consulted may express the view that a proposal adversely affects them.  The City’s officers must be satisfied that there is a factual or realistic basis to the views expressed on a proposal, and must balance this view with an assessment of the likely impacts of the proposal. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudFelicity FarrellyNOTICE OF MOTION - COUNCILLOR LISA THORNTON - POP-UP PLAZA OSBORNE PARK12.2/CF11221/028

Council Resolution

1221/028

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Farrelly

That the City CONSIDERS the interim options for a civic space, including a potential pop-up plaza, in and around Lot 340 and Lot 4, House Numbers 223 and 223A, Main Street, Osborne Park once the road design has been finalised for the intersection upgrade works.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudFelicity FarrellyNew Licence over portion of Lot 7546, House Number 7B, Kitchener Street, North Beach to Coastal Community Garden Inc.12.2/PRSE11221/029

Council Resolution

1221/029

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Farrelly
1. That Council APPROVES a new licence over portion of Reserve 26492, being Lot 7546 on Deposited Plan 171857, known as House Number 7B, Kitchener Street, North Beach to Coastal Community Garden Inc. with the following provisions:-
a. A term of five years commencing upon execution of the licence; and
b. Rent at the commencement of the licence to be set at $1.00 per annum.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the new licence between the City and Coastal Community Garden Inc.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriStephanie ProudHeritage Advisory Group - Review of Terms of Reference13.11221/030

Council Resolution

1221/030

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Proud

That Council DISBANDS the Heritage Advisory Group, and the City continues to ENGAGE with the community on heritage matters in a targeted way as required. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/3).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Re, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
 

Bianca SandriKeith Sargente-Rideable Trial13.21221/031

Council Resolution

1221/031

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Sargent

1. That Council AGREES to a 12 month trial period of e-Rideables with the proponent (as shown in Confidential Attachment 1) subject to:-

a) An assessment of all proposed sites including:-
i. Sight Lines;
ii. Risk Assessment; and
iii. Preliminary consultation with businesses.

b) Identification and finalisation of appropriate restrictions for operating areas including:-
i. No parking zones;
ii. Pedestrian zones; and
iii. No access zones.
iv. Appropriate Speed Restrictions in high use precincts, paths, shared paths etc

c) Preparation of a Legal Agreement / Operator Agreement including:-
i. Finalisation of terms and conditions to the City’s satisfaction;
ii. An agreed term of up to 12 months;
iii. Permitted operating areas, restricted zones and stopping locations may be subject to change, withdrawal or substitution during the licenced period at the City’s discretion;
iv. Formalisation of trial success factors and data sharing with the proponent; and
v. Establishment of protocols regarding abandoned e-Rideables supplied by the proponent.

d) Completion of due diligence over the proponent and the proposal.

2. That Prioritisation in any implementation of e-Rideables be given to the Coastal Path network which should be the initial area of focus.

3. That, subject to completion of the steps outlined in Recommendation 1 above, Council AUTHORISES the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to execute an appropriate Deed of Agreement with the proponent, prepared by the City’s solicitors.

4. That the footpaths in the pilot program area for e-Rideables should be upgraded to accommodate the safe movement of e-Rideables and pedestrians prior to instigating this program.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyDavid LaganLocal Government Act 1995 - Submission on Proposed Reforms13.31221/032

Council Resolution

1221/032

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Lagan

That Item 13.3 – Local Government Act 1995 – Submission on Proposed Reforms be REFERRED to an Elected Member Workshop to be held on a date prior to the Council meeting on 15 February 2022 to allow Elected Members to fully understand the submission; the impacts of the reform on their roles and their interactions with the community; and to refine the feedback, given the Minister’s recent extension of the submission deadline.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

David LaganBianca SandriMeeting Procedures Local Law 202117.11221/039

Council Resolution

1221/039

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council NOTES the Minister for Local Government proposes to introduce a state-wide model Meeting Procedures Local Law as part of the legislative reform package to the Local Government Act 1995.

2. That Council NOTES the comments and undertakings requested by the Joint Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation to the Meeting Procedures Local Law 2021. 

3. That the Mayor WRITES to the Joint Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation requesting that the Committee recommends to the Legislative Council that it proceeds with the disallowance motion.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganElizabeth ReLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.123 - Lot 4,
House Number 256, Walcott Street, Menora - Proposed Additional Uses- Outcomes of Advertising
12.2/DS11221/018

Council Resolution

1221/018

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council does NOT SUPPORT Scheme Amendment No.123 to Local Planning Scheme No.3, as the proposed additional uses will result in an unacceptable intensification of the site. The vehicle access and traffic concerns raised during advertising of the proposal highlight the unsuitability of this site for further additional uses.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriLOT 301, HOUSE NUMBER 29, MAJESTIC PARADE, DIANELLA  - PATIO ADDITION TO SINGLE HOUSE (UNAUTHORISED EXISTING DEVELOPMENT)12.2/DS71221/019

Council Resolution

1221/019

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for a Patio Addition to a Single House on Lot 301, House Number 29, Majestic Parade, Dianella, be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-

a. This approval relates to the existing patio only as highlighted on the approved plans;

b. The patio roofline to be modified to be setback a minimum of 0.7m from the street boundary;

c. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve;

d. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued; and

e. The remedial works required to comply with the above conditions are to be completed within 120 days from the date of this Notice of Conditional Approval.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/3).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Perkov, Re and Mayor Irwin..
 

Tony KrsticevicFelicity FarrellyProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Tony Krsticevic - Road Safety Assessment14.11221/033

Council Resolution

1221/033

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Farrelly

That a report be PRESENTED to Council about the following matter:-
That the City COMPLETES a post opening Road Safety Assessment of traffic and parking issues for the roads immediately surrounding the Karrinyup Shopping Centre including Karrinyup Road, Francis Avenue, Burroughs Road and Davenport Street.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReFelicity FarrellyProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Recycling Shoe Program14.21221/034

Council Resolution

1221/034

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly

That as part of Council’s support for sustainability and recycling projects, that the City ENGAGES in a partnership with organisations such as Treadlightly for the collection and recycling of second-hand shoes. A report on how this can be established is to be presented to the February 2022 Community and Resources Committee meeting.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/5).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Krsticevic, Olow, Proud, Re, Sargent and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Sandri and Mayor Irwin.
 

Elizabeth ReBianca SandriProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - City of Stirling Music Awards14.31221/035

Council Resolution

1221/035

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri

That a report be PRESENTED to Council about the following matter:- 
That as part of the City of Stirling commitment to the Arts and local talent especially in the face of COVID-19, that Council AGREES to establish City of Stirling Music Awards, to enable the local musical talents within the City to be recognised and displayed.  These awards would take place in the similar way to the City of Stirling Art Awards in 2022.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriDavid LaganProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - City Forum for Shared School Facilities14.41221/036

Council Resolution

1221/036

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan

That a report be PRESENTED to Council about the following matter:- 
1. That the City HOLDS a forum, no later than April 2022, with all local school principals and representatives from the Department of Education and Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries to deliver improved community accessibility to school facilities, particularly ovals and recreational infrastructure.

2. That at the forum the City SEEKS expressions of interest from local school principals who would like to explore future shared community facility use partnerships with the City.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyTony KrsticevicProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Storage at Brighton Beach14.51221/037

Council Resolution

1221/037

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Krsticevic

That a report be PRESENTED to Council outlining the cost, potential fee and practicality of:- 

a. PROVIDING a sea container at Brighton Reserve for use by Perth Go Surf; and
b. ENCLOSING a portion (specifically the south/west quadrant) of the current Brighton Reserve public toilet facility for use by Perth Go Surf.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

16 November 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David LaganChris HattonInternal Auditor's Report12.1/IA11121/004

Council Resolution

1121/004

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That Council RECEIVES and ENDORSES the updated Internal Auditor’s Report.
2. That Council NOTES the current status of the Management Action Plans for past audits and reviews.
3. That the Management Action Plan tasks currently under review REMAIN on this report until complete, so they can be monitored by the Audit Committee.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganElizabeth ReAudit Committee Terms of Reference12.1/A11121/006

Council Resolution

1121/006

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
That Council ADOPTS the Audit Committee Terms of Reference as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganElizabeth ReStrategic Internal Audit Plan 2021-2024 and Annual Internal Audit Plan 2021/202212.1/IA21121/007

Council Resolution

1121/007

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
That Council ENDORSES the Strategic Internal Audit Plan 2021/2022–2023/2024 and the Annual Internal Audit Plan 2021/2022, as contained in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganElizabeth ReCity of Stirling Strategic Risk Report12.1/CG11121/008

Council Resolution

1121/008

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council RECEIVES the City of Stirling Strategic Risk Report and interim City of Stirling Strategic Risks Key Risks Indicator Report.
2. That Council NOTES that the final City of Stirling Strategic Risks Key Risks Indicator Report will be submitted to the next Audit Committee.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReStephanie ProudChurchlands Estate Parking Issues12.2/ES11121/009

Council Resolution

1121/009

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES the following changes to parking restrictions adjacent to the Churchlands Senior High School:- 

a. The addition of ‘15-Minute’ parking signs on the south side of Churchlands Avenue (opposite House Numbers 35 to 43), applicable from 7.30am to 9.00am and 2.30pm to 4.15pm on school days; 
b. The addition of ‘No Parking’ signs to 25 bays on the north side of Memory Place, applicable from 8.00am to 10.00am, with an exception provided to P-Plated vehicles; and 
c.  The modification of ‘No Stopping’ signs on the north side of Churchlands Avenue (adjacent to House Numbers 64 to 72), applicable from 7.30am to 9.00am and 2.30pm to 4.15pm on school days, to include verge parking restrictions within 2m of the kerb line. 

2. That the City MEETS with the State Member for Churchlands, the Department of Education and Churchlands Senior High School to advise of the modifications to parking controls, to seek cooperation in communicating the preferred student parking areas within Memory Place to all new year 11 and 12 students, and to urge them to complete the Traffic Management Feasibility Study and fully fund the recommendations.

3. That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee Meeting to be held in May 2022, after Term 1 of School, to summarise the parking activities and issues that have occurred since the implementation of the strategy.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudInglewood Traffic and Parking Review12.2/ES21121/012

Council Resolution

1121/012

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Item 12.2/ES2 – Inglewood Traffic and Parking Review be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 23 November 2021 to allow further consideration by Elected Members. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 3 - 30 September 202112.2/F11121/013

Council Resolution

1121/013

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 3 – 1 September – 30 September 2021 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $37,041,881.44
Reserve Fund                 28.69
TOTAL $37,041,910.13 
be RECEIVED

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 September 202112.2/F21121/014

Council Resolution

1121/014

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 September 2021 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender 41191 Security Services12.2/TE11121/015

Council Resolution

1121/015

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tender for the IFT41191 Security Services be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudQuotation VP246042 Fixed and Mobile Phone Services12.2/TE21121/016

Council Resolution

1121/016

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Quotation for Fixed and Mobile Phone Services be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

NB: Carried by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudQuotation VP258042 Road Profiling12.2/TE31121/017

Council Resolution

1121/017

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Quotations for Road Profiling Period Supply contracts be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudQuotation VP258027 Construction and Maintenance of Concrete Footpaths and Crossovers12.2/TE41121/018

Council Resolution

1121/018

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Quotation for the Construction and Maintenance of Concrete Footpaths and Crossovers be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

NB: Carried by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudWALGA Power Purchase Agreement12.2/TE51121/019

Council Resolution

1121/019

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the Quote for the WALGA Power Purchase Agreement be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
2. That the City PURCHASES renewable energy certificates from 2024 to enable the City to meet its renewable electricity target as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentUse of Civic Facilities 202213.11121/020

Council Resolution

1121/020

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council APPROVES the Civic functions schedule and the allocation of Elected Members to give the opening address at Citizenship Ceremonies for 2022 with the removal of the Deputy Mayor from the opening address and move each subsequent name up the list, as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganChris Hatton2021 Electors' General Meeting13.21121/021

Council Resolution

1121/021

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That Council NOTES the status of the 2020/2021 Annual Report and Financial Statements, as contained in this report.  
2. That Council RESCHEDULES the selected date of the 2021 Electors’ General Meeting, being 6 December 2021.
3. That Council DELEGATES to the Chief Executive Officer, in consultation with the Mayor, the authority to convene the 2021 Electors’ General Meeting as appropriate following adoption of the Annual Report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

NB: Carried by Absolute Majority. 

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - Lighting at Yokine Reserve Car Park14.11121/022

Council Resolution

1121/022

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the City DEVELOPS a design plan for the installation of lighting for the Yokine Reserve car park and the cost of installation be LISTED for consideration on the mid-year Budget Review.  

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleElizabeth ReProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale15.11121/023

1. That Councillors are provided with a policy on notification and attendance of Councillors at significant events, awards nights, infrastructure projects initiation and completion of new builds and refurbishments including openings, and changes in services at the City of Stirling. 
2. That formal openings including plaques on buildings for new builds and major refurbishments be re-instated in all instances effective immediately.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

12 October 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David LaganChris HattonInternal Auditor's Report12.1/IA11121/004

Council Resolution

1121/004

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That Council RECEIVES and ENDORSES the updated Internal Auditor’s Report.
2. That Council NOTES the current status of the Management Action Plans for past audits and reviews.
3. That the Management Action Plan tasks currently under review REMAIN on this report until complete, so they can be monitored by the Audit Committee.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganElizabeth ReAudit Committee Terms of Reference12.1/A11121/006

Council Resolution

1121/006

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
That Council ADOPTS the Audit Committee Terms of Reference as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganElizabeth ReStrategic Internal Audit Plan 2021-2024 and Annual Internal Audit Plan 2021/202212.1/IA21121/007

Council Resolution

1121/007

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
That Council ENDORSES the Strategic Internal Audit Plan 2021/2022–2023/2024 and the Annual Internal Audit Plan 2021/2022, as contained in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganElizabeth ReCity of Stirling Strategic Risk Report12.1/CG11121/008

Council Resolution

1121/008

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council RECEIVES the City of Stirling Strategic Risk Report and interim City of Stirling Strategic Risks Key Risks Indicator Report.
2. That Council NOTES that the final City of Stirling Strategic Risks Key Risks Indicator Report will be submitted to the next Audit Committee.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReStephanie ProudChurchlands Estate Parking Issues12.2/ES11121/009

Council Resolution

1121/009

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES the following changes to parking restrictions adjacent to the Churchlands Senior High School:- 

a. The addition of ‘15-Minute’ parking signs on the south side of Churchlands Avenue (opposite House Numbers 35 to 43), applicable from 7.30am to 9.00am and 2.30pm to 4.15pm on school days; 
b. The addition of ‘No Parking’ signs to 25 bays on the north side of Memory Place, applicable from 8.00am to 10.00am, with an exception provided to P-Plated vehicles; and 
c.  The modification of ‘No Stopping’ signs on the north side of Churchlands Avenue (adjacent to House Numbers 64 to 72), applicable from 7.30am to 9.00am and 2.30pm to 4.15pm on school days, to include verge parking restrictions within 2m of the kerb line. 

2. That the City MEETS with the State Member for Churchlands, the Department of Education and Churchlands Senior High School to advise of the modifications to parking controls, to seek cooperation in communicating the preferred student parking areas within Memory Place to all new year 11 and 12 students, and to urge them to complete the Traffic Management Feasibility Study and fully fund the recommendations.

3. That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee Meeting to be held in May 2022, after Term 1 of School, to summarise the parking activities and issues that have occurred since the implementation of the strategy.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudInglewood Traffic and Parking Review12.2/ES21121/012

Council Resolution

1121/012

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Item 12.2/ES2 – Inglewood Traffic and Parking Review be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 23 November 2021 to allow further consideration by Elected Members. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 3 - 30 September 202112.2/F11121/013

Council Resolution

1121/013

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 3 – 1 September – 30 September 2021 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $37,041,881.44
Reserve Fund                 28.69
TOTAL $37,041,910.13 
be RECEIVED

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 September 202112.2/F21121/014

Council Resolution

1121/014

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 September 2021 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender 41191 Security Services12.2/TE11121/015

Council Resolution

1121/015

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tender for the IFT41191 Security Services be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudQuotation VP246042 Fixed and Mobile Phone Services12.2/TE21121/016

Council Resolution

1121/016

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Quotation for Fixed and Mobile Phone Services be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

NB: Carried by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudQuotation VP258042 Road Profiling12.2/TE31121/017

Council Resolution

1121/017

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Quotations for Road Profiling Period Supply contracts be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudQuotation VP258027 Construction and Maintenance of Concrete Footpaths and Crossovers12.2/TE41121/018

Council Resolution

1121/018

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Quotation for the Construction and Maintenance of Concrete Footpaths and Crossovers be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

NB: Carried by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudWALGA Power Purchase Agreement12.2/TE51121/019

Council Resolution

1121/019

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the Quote for the WALGA Power Purchase Agreement be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
2. That the City PURCHASES renewable energy certificates from 2024 to enable the City to meet its renewable electricity target as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentUse of Civic Facilities 202213.11121/020

Council Resolution

1121/020

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council APPROVES the Civic functions schedule and the allocation of Elected Members to give the opening address at Citizenship Ceremonies for 2022 with the removal of the Deputy Mayor from the opening address and move each subsequent name up the list, as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganChris Hatton2021 Electors' General Meeting13.21121/021

Council Resolution

1121/021

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That Council NOTES the status of the 2020/2021 Annual Report and Financial Statements, as contained in this report.  
2. That Council RESCHEDULES the selected date of the 2021 Electors’ General Meeting, being 6 December 2021.
3. That Council DELEGATES to the Chief Executive Officer, in consultation with the Mayor, the authority to convene the 2021 Electors’ General Meeting as appropriate following adoption of the Annual Report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

NB: Carried by Absolute Majority. 

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - Lighting at Yokine Reserve Car Park14.11121/022

Council Resolution

1121/022

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the City DEVELOPS a design plan for the installation of lighting for the Yokine Reserve car park and the cost of installation be LISTED for consideration on the mid-year Budget Review.  

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleElizabeth ReProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale15.11121/023

1. That Councillors are provided with a policy on notification and attendance of Councillors at significant events, awards nights, infrastructure projects initiation and completion of new builds and refurbishments including openings, and changes in services at the City of Stirling. 
2. That formal openings including plaques on buildings for new builds and major refurbishments be re-instated in all instances effective immediately.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

28 September 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Elizabeth ReFelicity FarrellyChurchlands Green Traffic Management Trial13.10921/019

Council Resolution

0921/019

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That Item 13.1 - Churchlands Green Traffic Management Trial be REFERRED to a future Community and Resources Committee Meeting, to enable local residents to assess the information and a survey undertaken of all options and as this is a significant issue the item should not be dealt with within the Election Caretaker Period.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (6/5).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Perkov, Re, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Hatton, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudCommunity Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund Applications - Annual and Forward Planning Grants12.1/RL10921/021

Council Resolution

0921/021

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund application for the Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre – Outdoor Pool Redevelopment with an A rank (well planned and needed by municipality) for consideration by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, as follows:-

PRIORITY 1 – Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre – Outdoor Pool Redevelopment
Total Project cost of $9,714,865 (excluding GST) including a CSRFF grant of $2,000,000.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 August 202112.1/F10921/022

Council Resolution

0921/022

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 August 2021 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 2 Ending 31 August 202112.1/F20921/023

Council Resolution

0921/023

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 2, 1 August – 31 August 2021 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $138,260,604.09
Trust Fund                   $0.00
Reserve Fund     $1,395,232.09
TOTAL $139,655,836.18
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender 39101 Printing and Marketing Material12.1/TE10921/024

Council Resolution

0921/024

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tender(s) for the IFT39101 Printing and Marketing Material be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender 38400 Provision of Cleaning Services to City of Stirling12.1/TE20921/025

Council Resolution

0921/025

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tender for the Provision of Cleaning Services to City of Stirling be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender 38369 Supply and Installation of Irrigation Systems and Associated Works12.1/TE30921/026

Council Resolution

0921/026

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tenders for the Supply and Installation of Irrigation Systems and Associated Works be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender 38441 Provision of Renovations, Turf Mowing and Fertiliser Application Services to City of Stirling12.1/TE40921/027

Council Resolution

0921/027

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tenders for the Provision of Renovations, Turf Mowing and Fertiliser Application Services to City of Stirling be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender 38440 Turf Nutrient Supply12.1/TE50921/028

Council Resolution

0921/028

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tenders for the Turf Nutrient Supply be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

14 September 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Mark IrwinKeith SargentLot 172, House Number 24, Unwin Avenue and Lot 173, House Number 159, Hale Road, Wembley Downs - Child Care Premises13.10921/006

Council Resolution

0921/006

Moved Mayor Irwin, seconded Councillor Sargent
Given that the City of Stirling is now in Caretaker mode and cannot deal with contentious items, Council DETERMINES that the call-in request by Councillor Elizabeth Re is not valid and Council does not seek to provide endorsement or non-endorsement to the officer’s report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/2).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly and Proud.

Stephanie ProudKaren CaddyLOT 8, HOUSE NUMBER 139, WEAPONESS ROAD, WEMBLEY DOWNS - EXTENSION OF NON-CONFORMING USE (CONSULTING ROOMS)12.1/DS10921/007

Council Resolution

0921/007

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for Extension of Non-Conforming Use (Consulting Rooms) at Lot 8, House Number 139, Weaponess Road, Wembley Downs be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
a. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued and are listed below:-
b. No more than one health consultant is permitted to operate from the premises at any one time.
c. The hours of operation are restricted to:-

· Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 8.00am to 5.30pm;
· Wednesday: 8.00am – 6.30pm;
· Friday: 8.00am – 1.30pm; and
· Saturday and Sunday: Closed.

d. Prior to the commencement of the use, a Parking Management Plan is to be submitted for review and approval, to the satisfaction of the City.  Details are to include the appropriate signage indicating the location of off-site public car parking bays in the locality. 
e. Service vehicles can temporarily occupy the crossover/driveway for deliveries. At all other times the crossover and driveway of the Residential Dwelling is to be available at all times for the use to the Residence, for the duration of the Consulting Rooms.
f. The Consulting Rooms’ redundant crossover(s) shall be removed and the kerbing and road verge reinstated at the owner’s cost in accordance with City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access, to the satisfaction of the City.
g. All signage is to be in strict accordance with the City's Local Planning Policy 6.1 Advertising Signs, unless further development approval is obtained.
h. All landscaped areas are to be planted, reticulated and mulched in accordance with the approved plan prior to occupation of the development and maintained in accordance with the City of Stirling’s Policy 6.6 – Landscaping, to the satisfaction of the City.
i. Planting of two new street trees at the applicant’s cost will be scheduled to occur in the next available planting season after the completion of the development. The owner shall pay the planting costs prior to commencement of development as determined by the City’s Street and Reserve Trees Policy.
j. No verge parking is permitted and all existing hardstand areas within the verge are to be removed and the area landscaped and maintained to the satisfaction of the City.
k. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve, to the satisfaction of the City.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Stephanie ProudKaren CaddyLocal Planning Policy 6.18 - Public Consultation12.1/DS20921/008

Council Resolution

0921/008

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council PREPARES Local Planning Policy 6.18 – Public Consultation, as shown in Attachment 1 for the purpose of public advertising.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Felicity FarrellyElizabeth ReHeritage Advisory Group - Review of Terms of Reference12.1/DS30921/009

Council Resolution

0921/009

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Re
That Council DEFERS disbanding the Heritage Advisory Group until the New Council of 2021/2023 operates and members are not nominated until a review of this is made by the new Council to consider how the City of Stirling can manage heritage matters.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Sargent.
 

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.121 - LOT 196, HOUSE NUMBER 1, WATERLOO STREET, JOONDANNA - REZONE FROM 'RESIDENTIAL R50' TO 'MIXED USE' - Initiation12.1/DS40921/010

Council Resolution

0921/010

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council ADOPTS (for the purpose of advertising) the modified Scheme Amendment No.121 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 to rezone Lot 196, House Number 1, Waterloo Street, Joondanna to Mixed Use, and to introduce Clause 5.15 and Schedule 13 as shown in Attachment 3.

2. That pursuant to Regulation 35 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 Council RESOLVES that, in its opinion, Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.121 is a Standard Amendment.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/2).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
 

Stephanie ProudKarlo PerkovNew Licence over the whole of Lot 5616, House Number 59, Campion Avenue, Balcatta to the Campion Community Garden Inc12.1/PRSE10921/013

Council Resolution

0921/013

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That Council APPROVES a new licence over the whole of Lot 5616, House Number 59, Campion Avenue, Balcatta to the Campion Community Garden Inc. with the following provisions:- 
a. A term of five years commencing upon execution of the licence; and
b. Rent at the commencement of the licence to be set at $1.00 per annum.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the new licence between the City of Stirling and the Campion Community Garden Inc.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriState Infrastructure Strategy - City of Stirling Submission13.20921/014

Council Resolution

0921/014

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council ENDORSES the proposed City of Stirling submission on ‘Foundations for a Stronger Tomorrow - State Infrastructure Strategy’ prepared by Infrastructure Western Australia, as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/2).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly and Re.
 

Chris HattonElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Chris Hatton - Proposed Cycle Path and Freeway Access Antonio Scarfo Reserve14.10921/015

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re
That the Mayor and Executive Officers CONSULT with Main Roads WA on removing the proposed location for a new cycle path and freeway access on Antonio Scarfo Reserve in Stirling.

Council Resolution

0921/015

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Perkov
That Item 14.1 - Notice of Motion - Councillor Chris Hatton - Proposed Cycle Path and Freeway Access Antonio Scarfo Reserve be REFERRED to a Council meeting to be held in October 2021 to allow further consideration by Elected Members.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/2).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Caddy and Proud.
 

31 August 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Suzanne MigdaleBianca SandriCity of Stirling Procurement Policy12.2/F30821/062

Council Resolution

0821/062

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council ADOPTS the amended City of Stirling Procurement Policy.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudPublic Art Masterplan - Approval to advertise for public comment12.2/CC10821/065

Council Resolution

0821/065

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES the draft Public Art Masterplan for the purposes of advertising for public comment, with a further report to be PRESENTED to Council detailing the outcomes of public consultation by November 2021.
2. That Council NOTES the preparation of Local Planning Policy 6.12 Public Art on Private Land, to support the Public Art Masterplan, to be PRESENTED to Council for consideration by March 2022.
3. That Council NOTES that a review of the City’s Public Art Policy and Art Collection Policy has been initiated, to be PRESENTED to Council for consideration by November 2021. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudCommunity Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund - Small Grants - Round 212.2/RL10821/066

Council Resolution

0821/066

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the two Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund – 2021/2022 Small Grant Round 2 applications and their priority rating for consideration by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, as follows:- 

PRIORITY 1 – Osborne Park Bowling Club – Bowling Green Conversion and Lighting Upgrade. Total Project cost of $253,148 (excluding GST) including a CSRFF grant of $84,383.

PRIORITY 2 – Inglewood Little Athletics Centre – Jumps Pits Upgrade. Total project cost of $63,726 (excluding GST) including a CSRFF grant of $21,242.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudHomelessness Protoype Project12.2/CS10821/067

Council Resolution

0821/067

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council NOTES the status update on Key Performance Indicators for the City’s Homelessness Prototype Project. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudMale Incontinence Facilities in Public Toilets12.2/FPA10821/068

Council Resolution

0821/068

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the City PROVIDES incontinence facilities in universal access public toilets in high usage locations.
2. That a further report on the provision of female sanitary bins for community clubs be PRESENTED to a future 2021 Community and Resources Committee meeting.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 1 Ending 31 July 202112.2/F10821/069

Council Resolution

0821/069

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 1 – 1 July – 31 July 2021 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $26,820,970.80
TOTAL $26,820,970.80
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the months ending 30 June and 31 July 202112.2/F20821/070

Council Resolution

0821/070

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial reports for the month ending 30 June 2021 be RECEIVED.
2. That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial reports for the month ending 31 July 2021 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudTender 38507 Right of Way Lighting within the City of Stirling12.2/TE30821/071

Council Resolution

0821/071

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tenders for the Right of Way Lighting within the City of Stirling be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyBianca SandriKarrinyup Shopping Centre, Lots 7 and 12 (Formerly Lot 11), House Number 190 and House Number 200, Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup - Mixed Use Development - 270 Multiple Dwellings and Commercial Tenancies13.10821/072

Council Resolution

0821/072

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council ENDORSES the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel, which recommends REFUSAL of the proposed Mixed Use Development – 270 Multiple Dwellings and Commercial Tenancies at Karrinyup Shopping Centre, Lots 7 and 12 (Formerly Lot 11), House Number 190 and House Number 200, Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup, with the following amendment:-

a. An additional reason for refusal is to be added to the recommendation of the Responsible Authority Report, as follows:-

i. Pursuant to Schedule 2, Part 9, Clause 67 (2)(c) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the proposed development does not satisfy the following Policy Objectives of State Planning Policy 7.3, Volume 2 and State Planning Policy 7.0:-

(a) To provide for residential development of an appropriate design for the intended residential purpose, land tenure, density, place context and scheme objectives; and
(b) To encourage design consideration of the social, environmental and economic opportunities from the new housing, and an appropriate response to local context. 

The existing and future context and character of the streetscape and locality is a low rise residential area. The proposed development is not sympathetic or consistent with this, as it creates a higher density urban streetscape.  Further, the planning framework has not contemplated a development of this scale and bulk; as such, there is no transition of this proposal into the existing and future low rise residential area. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyCity of Stirling - Sharing of Resources with Rural and Regional Councils12.2/HR10821/063

Council Resolution

0821/063

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council NOTES the current and proposed future position for the City of Stirling to share resources with rural and regional councils, and proposes a more formal and widespread approach moving forward.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudLot 601, House Number 10, Scarborough Beach Road, Lot 43, House Number 206, West Coast Highway and Lot 86, House Number 45, Filburn Street, Scarborough - Development WA - Proposed 46 Storey Mixed Use Development13.20821/073

Council Resolution

0821/073

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council ADVISES DevelopmentWA that the application for a 46 Storey Mixed Use Development at Lot 601, House Number 10, Scarborough Beach Road, Scarborough, Lot 43, House Number 206, West Coast Highway, Scarborough and Lot 86, House Number 45, Filburn Street, Scarborough is NOT SUPPORTED for the following reasons:-
a. The proposal exceeds the permitted base height of 12 storeys and the maximum potential bonus height limit of 18 storeys. The height of the development is not consistent with the Scheme vision and objectives, that were informed by the Scarborough Master Plan;
b. The tower floorplates exceed the permitted 30m x 35m maximum dimensions resulting in excessive building bulk that is inconsistent with the vision and objectives of the Scarborough Redevelopment Scheme and Scarborough Design Guidelines;
c. The proposed car parking and vehicle access arrangements results in a detrimental impact on the streetscape and the safe and efficient movement of vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists on the local road network; and
d. The consideration of wider community benefits as an offset for allowing additional building above that contemplated in the Scarborough Design Guidelines is not supported in the absence of a robust planning instrument to guide this assessment. 
2. That the City SUBMITS a separate advice letter to DevelopmentWA addressing technical considerations including traffic management, parking design, landscaping, and related matters (Attachment 1).
3. That within the separate advice letter (Attachment 1) to DevelopmentWA, an additional commentary be INCLUDED in the ‘Further Commentary’ section, under a new heading titled ‘Council - Further Comments’, as follows:-
Council does not support the proposal in its current form on the basis of the planning and technical issues outlined in this letter. 
The development is inconsistent with the planning framework which has guided community expectations, and will set a precedent in the Scarborough locality for the surrounding area that has not been anticipated by the planning framework or the community. Setting this precedent of overdevelopment will adversely impact on the surrounding properties and erode community confidence for the redevelopment of the Scarborough Redevelopment Area. 

The traffic impact onto surrounding local roads such as Filburn and Reserve Streets will result in a major traffic and parking problem for the area and the parking and vehicle access arrangements have not been sufficiently resolved through this development application. 
Council acknowledges the potential for the development to provide community benefits and is generally supportive of the proposed community benefit infrastructure (Arts Hub and Co-Working Space), however the proposed community benefits do not justify the excessive height above the base height and bonus height limits of the Scarborough Design Guidelines. 
4. The Council writes to DevelopmentWA to REQUEST agreement for the City to make a deputation on the proposed development to the Scarborough Land Redevelopment Committee when it considers the proposal.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddySuzanne MigdaleLots 42, 43 and 44, House Numbers 22, 24 and 26, Brighton Road, Scarborough - DevelopmentWA - Proposed 18 Storey Mutliple Dwelling Development, Eight Storey Hotel and Five Storey Mixed Use Development13.30821/074

Council Resolution

0821/074

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council ADVISES DevelopmentWA that the application for an 18 Storey Multiple Dwelling Development, eight storey Hotel and five storey Mixed Use Development at Lots 42, 43 and 44, House Numbers 22, 24 and 26, Brighton Road, Scarborough is NOT SUPPORTED for the following reasons:-

a. The proposal exceeds the base height limit of eight storeys, and the maximum potential bonus height limit of 12 storeys. The height of the development is not consistent with the Scheme vision and objectives that were informed by the Scarborough Master Plan;
b. The proposal does not satisfy the lot boundary setback requirements under the Design Guidelines resulting in excessive building bulk; 
c. The proposal does not satisfy the tower separation requirements under the Design Guidelines compromising the amenity of the future outcomes and adjacent neighbouring properties; and
d. The proposed car parking and vehicle access arrangements results in a detrimental impact on the streetscape and the safe and efficient movements of vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians on the local road network.

2. That the City SUBMITS a separate advice letter to DevelopmentWA addressing technical considerations including waste management, parking design, landscaping and other related matters (Attachment 1).
3. The Council writes to DevelopmentWA to REQUEST agreement for the City to make a deputation on the proposed development to the Scarborough Land Redevelopment Committee at the time it considers the proposal. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyKeith SargentPLANNING REFORM PHASE TWO - PROPOSED CITY OF STIRLING SUBMISSION13.40821/075

Council Resolution

0821/075

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council ENDORSES the proposed City of Stirling submission on the ‘Planning Reform Phase Two’ suite of documents prepared by the Department of Planning Lands and Heritage, as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyChris HattonLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Scheme Amendment No.115 - Omnibus - Outcomes of Advertising13.50821/076

Council Resolution

0821/076

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council ADOPTS Amendment No.115 (Omnibus) to Local Planning Scheme No.3, without modifications, as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.115 documents, and that the Amendment be REFERRED to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriTender 39695 Trackless Trams Business Case Development Package 213.60821/077

Council Resolution

0821/077

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That the Tender for the Trackless Trams Business Case Development Package 2 be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.
2. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to accept variations to the contract within the budget shown in the confidential attachments.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentElizabeth ReAppointment of Representative to Mindarie Regional Council13.70821/078

Council Resolution

0821/078

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Re
“1. That Council APPOINTS Councillor Lisa Thornton as the alternate member to attend:-
a. The Mindarie Regional Council meetings to be held 12 August 2021 and 16 September 2021; and 
b. Any additional Mindarie Regional Council and Special Council meetings that may be scheduled between 6 August 2021 and 16 October 2021.” 
be REVOKED and REPLACED with:-

“That Council APPOINTS Councillor Lisa Thornton as a City of Stirling representative member of the Mindarie Regional Council effective 7 August 2021.”
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Antiviral and antibacterial screen and surface protectors.14.10821/079

Council Resolution

0821/079

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the City CONTINUES with its current cleaning regime and considers future changes and relevant available products as and when required.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/3).

For: Councillors Caddy, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Re and Sandri.
 

Lisa ThorntonAdam SpagnoloNotice of Motion - Councillor Lisa Thornton - Pop-up Plaza Osborne Park14.30821/081

Council Resolution

0821/081

Moved Councillor Thornton, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That a report be PRESENTED to the Planning and Development Committee meeting to be held 30 November 2021 with regard to the potential for a pop-up plaza on the public car park at Lots 340 and 4, House Numbers 223 and 223A, Main Street, Osborne Park. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Drainage Catchment Analysis14.40821/082

Council Resolution

0821/082

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That in response to recent storm events, the City continues to COMPLETE drainage catchment analysis over its network and prepares a prioritised program of works to continue to improve its drainage systems.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Clipper Bus Service14.50821/083

Council Resolution

0821/083

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That the Mayor WRITES to the Public Transport Authority and the Local Member seeking feedback on the demand for a circular ‘Clipper’ bus service travelling to and from the City using either Beaufort/Walcott/Fitzgerald or Beaufort/Central/Alexander.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Farrelly - Scarborough Beachfront Development Sites14.60821/084

Council Resolution

0821/084

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Item 14.6 – Notice of Motion – Councillor Felicity Farrelly – Scarborough Beachfront Development Sites – be REFERRED to a future meeting of Council to allow the City to prepare further options with respect to any future use or potential ground lease.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleChief Executive Officer's Performance Review Report 17 August 202112.1/10.10821/086

Council Resolution

0821/086

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the Chief Executive Officer's Performance Review Committee PROCEEDS with the confidential committee recommendation in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudChief Executive Officer's Employment Matters18.30821/087

Council Resolution

0821/087

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the proposed Chief Executive Officer’s Performance Evaluation Framework for the period 2021/2022.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKaren CaddyHamersley Public Golf Course Redevelopment Revised Business Case12.2/9.10821/088

Council Resolution

0821/088

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council ENDORSES the amended alternative confidential recommendation in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Adam SpagnoloStephanie ProudTender VP246527 Road Resurfacing 2021-202212.2/TE10821/089

Council Resolution

0821/089

Moved Councillor Spagnolo, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the quotations for the Road Resurfacing 2021-2022 be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.
2. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to accept variations (in the aggregate) in accordance with the Conditions of Contract within the budget amount shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriDavid LaganTender 40231 Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre Internal Refurbishment12.2/TE20821/090

Council Resolution

0821/090

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That the Tender for the Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre Internal Refurbishment be ACCEPTED as detailed in Attachment 1.

2. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to accept variations (in the aggregate) in accordance with the Conditions of Contract within the budget amount shown Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Chris HattonKarlo PerkovStrategic Direction - Carine (PS2021/SHA)18.10821/091

Council Resolution

0821/091

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Perkov
That Council PROCEEDS with the alternative recommendation for the strategic direction for the property located in Carine as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentProperty Strategy- Acquisition of Property (2021/OSB)18.20821/092

Council Resolution

0821/092

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/2) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Caddy and Thornton.
 

 

17 August 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Karen CaddyElizabeth RePROPOSED MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT - SIX MULTIPLE DWELLINGS AND ONE COMMERCIAL TENANCY - LOT 1, HOUSE NUMBER 331, WEST COAST DRIVE, TRIGG (YELO SITE DEVELOPMENT)13.20821/027

Council Resolution

0821/027

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council ENDORSES the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel, which recommends REFUSAL of the proposed Mixed Use Development - Six Multiple Dwellings and One Commercial Tenancy at Lot 1, House Number 331, West Coast Drive, Trigg.

2. That Council REITERATES the reasons of refusal by the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel from its meeting held 23 March 2021, specifically in relation to the design, scale and massing of the proposed building which manifests in unacceptable impacts in terms of overshadowing and plot ratio, as no real changes have been made to the proposal since this meeting.

3. That Council ADVISES the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel that a further development approval may not be required to change the Office land use to a Restaurant land use in the future and the car parking for a Restaurant land use will have a significant negative impact on the local streets surrounding the site.

4. That Council ENDORSES Mayor Mark Irwin to provide a deputation on Council’s behalf at the Joint Development Assessment Panel meeting to be held 27 August 2021. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKarlo PerkovCorporate Credit Card Usage 29 December 2020 to 27 June 202112.1/A10821/029

Council Resolution

0821/029

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov
That Council NOTES the usage of the City’s corporate credit cards by officers from

David LaganKarlo PerkovInternal Auditor's Report12.1/IA10821/030

Council Resolution

0821/030

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That Council RECEIVES and ENDORSES the updated Internal Audit Report.
2. That Council NOTES the current status of the Management Action Plans for past audits and reviews.
3. That the Management Action Plan tasks currently under review REMAIN on this report until complete, so they can be monitored by the Audit Committee.
4. That Council NOTES the current status of the Internal Audit Plan.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKarlo PerkovEconomic Stimulus and Community Recovery Internal Audit Report12.1/IA20821/031

Council Resolution

0821/031

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That Council RECEIVES the Economic Stimulus and Community Recovery Internal Audit Report.
2. That the ‘high’ and ‘medium’ rated observations be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed.
3. That the ‘low’ rated or process improvement observations be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Executive Team review until completed.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKarlo PerkovEmergency Planning and Pandemic Internal Audit Report12.1/IA30821/032

Council Resolution

0821/032

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That Council RECEIVES the Emergency Planning and Pandemic Internal Audit Report.
2. That the ‘medium’ rated observation be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed.
3. That the ‘low’ rated or process improvement observation be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Executive Team review until completed.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKarlo PerkovCity of Stirling Strategic Risk Report12.1/CG10821/033

Council Resolution

0821/033

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov
That Council RECEIVES the City of Stirling Strategic Risk Report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKarlo Perkov2020/2021 Compliance Self-Assessments12.1/8.30821/034

Council Resolution

0821/034

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That Council ADOPTS the 2020/2021 Compliance Self-Assessments as shown in Attachment 1 and 2. 
2. That Council APPROVES the amended Compliance Self-Assessment Plan 2020-2025. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKarlo PerkovDeep Dive Service Review - Parks and Sustainability12.1/8.10821/035

Council Resolution

0821/035

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKarlo PerkovDeep Dive Service Review - Community Services - Implementation Plan12.1/8.20821/036

Council Resolution

0821/036

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKaren CaddyLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Scheme Amendment No.115 - Omnibus - Outcomes of Advertising12.2/DS10821/037

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council ADOPTS Amendment No.115 (Omnibus) to Local Planning Scheme No.3, without modifications, as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.115 documents, and that the Amendment be REFERRED to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.

Council Resolution

0821/037

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That Item 12.2/DS1 – Local Planning Scheme No.3 Scheme Amendment No.115 – Omnibus – Outcomes of Advertising be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 31 August 2021 to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.121 - LOT 196, HOUSE NUMBER 1, WATERLOO STREET, JOONDANNA - REZONE FROM 'RESIDENTIAL R50' TO 'MIXED USE' - Initiation12.2/DS30821/038

Council Resolution

0821/038

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Item 12.2/DS3 Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No 121. Lot 196, House Number 1, Waterloo Street, Joondanna - Rezoning from ‘Residential R50’ to ‘Mixed Use’ - Initiation, be REFERRED to the Planning and Development Committee Meeting to be held 7 September 2021 to allow additional information to be considered on what planning controls can be in introduced to deliver an appropriate built form outcome.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleVariation of lease to Mount Lawley Golf Club Inc over Crown Reserve 18325, Lot 14684, House Number 49, Homer Street, Inglewood12.2/PRSE10821/040

Council Resolution

0821/040

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council APPROVES a variation of lease between the City and Mount Lawley Golf Club Inc. over portion of Crown Reserve 18325, House Number 49, Homer Street, Inglewood to incorporate the following essential terms:-
a. The inclusion of one further term to commence on 1 July 2029 and expires on 30 June 2044;
b. A Market Rent Review to be included at the take up of the further term being 1 July 2029; and
c. Mount Lawley Golf Club Inc. to provide the City with a revised Tree and Vegetation Management Plan prior to take up of the further term being 1 July 2029.
2. That AUTHORITY is given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to any necessary documentation required to effect the lease.
3. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to approve any variation or extension of lease between the City and the Mount Lawley Golf Club Inc. over the premises at Crown Reserve 18325, House Number 49, Homer Street, Inglewood. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudChris HattonStrategic Direction - Balcatta (PS2021/BUG)12.2/9.20821/041

Council Resolution

0821/041

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Hatton
That Council PROCEEDS with the strategic direction for the property located in Balcatta as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudChris HattonEarly Access Agreement to Main Roads Western Australia and Compensation for the taking of portion of Lot 400, House Number 59, Cedric Street, Stirling12.2/9.40821/042

Council Resolution

0821/042

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Hatton
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudAdoption of Local Planning Policy 3.1A - Inglewood Character Retention Guidelines12.2/DS20821/044

Council Resolution

0821/044

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy 
1. That Council RESOLVES that the amended Local Planning Policy 3.1 Mount Lawley and Menora Character Retention Guidelines shown in Attachment 2 is a minor amendment that does not require advertising. 
2. That Council ADOPTS the Local Planning Policy 3.1A Inglewood Character Retention Guidelines with modifications shown in Attachment 1. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKaren CaddyLot Number 10896, Wembley Downs Tennis Club: House Number 25, Morden Street, Wembley Downs WA 6019 - Conversion of Four Grass Courts to Acrylic Hard Courts and Lighting12.2/DS50821/045

Council Resolution

0821/045

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for conversion of four grass courts to acrylic hard courts and associated lighting at Lot 10896, House Number 25, Morden Street, Wembley Downs be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
a. The lighting towers are to be a maximum of 15m in height;
b. External lighting shall be positioned so as not to adversely affect the amenity of the locality in accordance with AS2560.2.1 – 2003 ‘Lighting for Outdoor Tennis’ and AS/NZS4282:2019 ‘Control of the Obtrusive Effects of Outdoor Lighting’ to the satisfaction of the City;
c. Courts 7 and 8 are not to be used after 9.00pm Monday to Sunday;
d. The lights located adjacent to Court 8 (Pole C and Pole D) are to be fitted with curtain shades and are to be switched off no later than 9.15pm Monday to Sunday;
e. A management plan is to be provided and approved by the City, prior to commencement of development. The management plan is to demonstrate how court use will be managed to prioritise usage of Courts 5 and 6 when lights are in use and the approved management plan is to be adhered to at all times to the satisfaction of the City;
f. A landscaping plan is to be provided and approved by the City, prior to commencement of development. The landscaping plan is to demonstrate how screening of the tennis courts from Eltham Street will be achieved;

g. Landscaping in accordance with the landscape plan approved by the City to be planted and maintained to the City’s satisfaction prior to the use of the resurfaced courts and lights; and
 
h. Stormwater from all roofed and tennis court areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Scheme Amendment No.114 and Herdsman Glendalough Stucture Plan - Outcomes of Advertising12.2/CF10821/046

Council Resolution

0821/046

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy 
1. That pursuant to Schedule 2, Part 4, Clause 20(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council RECOMMENDS that the Western Australian Planning Commission approves the modified Herdsman Glendalough Precinct Structure Plan as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That pursuant to Part 5, Division 3, Regulation 50(3) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council RECOMMENDS that the Western Australian Planning Commission approves the modified Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.114, as shown in Attachment 6.
3. That Rights of Way Numbers 22001 and 22002 be RE-CATEGORISED from Category 2 to Category 1.
4. That Rights of Way Numbers 22003 and 22024 be RE-CATEGORISED from Category 4 to Category 1. 
5. That upon gazettal of Amendment No.114, the Rights of Way Improvement Works Table contained in the Development Contribution Plan Report for Rights of Way be AMENDED as shown in Attachment 3.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudDRAFT ECONOMIC AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 2021 - 2025 PUBLIC ADVERTISING12.2/CF20821/047

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council ENDORSES the draft Economic and Tourism Development Strategy 2021 – 2025 for the purpose of public advertising.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudPlanning for Karrinyup Activity Centre12.2/CF30821/048

Council Resolution

0821/048

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy 
1. That Council SUPPORTS the preparation of a community engagement strategy for the Karrinyup Activity Centre that includes:- 
a. Vision workshop;
b. Design workshop;
c. Open day;
d. Formal advertising process; and 
e. Establishment of a Community Reference Group. 

2. That Council SUPPORTS in principle the need for the preparation of relevant planning instruments to ensure that stakeholders’ expectations for the Karrinyup Activity Centre are fulfilled and there is a robust and responsive planning framework in place to guide future development.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudProperty Strategy: Management and Financial Report July 202112.2/9.30821/049

Council Resolution

0821/049

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy 
1. That Council RECEIVES the Property Strategy Management and Financial Report for the period ending 30 June 2021 as detailed in Attachment 1.
2. The Council RECEIVES the Property Strategy Progress Report for July 2021 as detailed in Attachment 2.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Lisa ThorntonAdam SpagnoloLOT 10, HOUSE NUMBER 88, ROBERTS STREET, OSBORNE PARK - 11 WAREHOUSES AND ONE OFFICE13.10821/050

Council Resolution

0821/050

Moved Councillor Thornton, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That Council ENDORSES the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the Metro

Bianca SandriDavid LaganNotice of Motion - Councillor Bianca Sandri - Parking in Inglewood14.10821/051

Council Resolution

0821/051

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan
That a report be PRESENTED to the Council meeting in November 2021 to review

Elizabeth ReStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Herdsman Lake Pony Club Facilities14.20821/052

Council Resolution

0821/052

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That additional seating and safety lighting be INSTALLED around the Pony Club on Herdsman to address the increased use of the facilities.
2. That the City WRITES to the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions to request they consider providing seating to support the public utilisation of their land.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Bianca Sandri - Shared Electric Scooter Facilities within the City of Stirling14.30821/053

Council Resolution

0821/053

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council AGREES for the City undertake a review and feasibility study exploring the appropriateness of shared electric bicycle and electric scooter facilities within the City of Stirling with a view to supporting tourism and moveability.
2. That a report be PRESENTED to a Council meeting in the third quarter of the 2021/2022 financial year with the outcome of the City’s review and feasibility study.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Council Resolution

0821/053

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council AGREES for the City undertake a review and feasibility study exploring the appropriateness of shared electric bicycle and electric scooter facilities within the City of Stirling with a view to supporting tourism and moveability.
2. That a report be PRESENTED to a Council meeting in the third quarter of the 2021/2022 financial year with the outcome of the City’s review and feasibility study.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Chris HattonJoe FerranteNaming Requests of Parks and Reserves18.10821/055

Council Resolution

0821/055

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That Council PROCEEDS with the recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganStephanie ProudEmployee Matters - Appointment of Internal Auditor18.20821/056

Council Resolution

0821/056

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council ACCEPTS the appointment of the preferred candidate to the position of Internal Auditor.
2. That Council AUTHORISES the Chief Executive Officer to enter into negotiations on behalf of the City with the preferred candidate and execute the standard employment agreement.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleCommunity Engagement Events Registration12.1/CG20821/058

Council Resolution

0821/058

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council PROCEEDS with the amended confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/2).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly and Re.
 

3 August 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Suzanne MigdaleBianca SandriCongestion in Scarborough Redevelopment Area12.1/ES10821/004

Council Resolution

0821/004

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the City DOES NOT PROGRESS the provision of parking embayments within verges of secondary streets within the Scarborough Redevelopment Area at this time.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Farrelly.
 

Suzanne MigdaleDavid LaganParking and Security Fleet Vehicles to be Electric Vehicles by 202412.1/WF10821/005

Council Resolution

0821/005

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That Council NOTES the information contained within this report.
2. That Council ENDORSES three Parking Services vehicles be replaced with Electric Vehicles in the 2022/2023 Fleet Replacement Program.
3. That Council APPROVES the cost of $22,500 to install the required Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure with the 2022/2023 financial year budget. 
4. That an Electric Vehicle Feasibility Study report is PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee in Quarter 4 of the 2021/2022 financial year aligned with the outcomes of the endorsed Sustainability Energy Action Plan (Corporate) 2020 to 2030. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentAnnual Waive or Grant Concessions/Write Off Money for 2020/202112.1/F20821/006

Council Resolution

0821/006

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council RECEIVES the report detailing the exercise of delegated authority to waive or grant concessions and write off money.

2. That Council NOTES a range of initiatives have been implemented within the City’s Libraries to recover library items including a structured overdue item and debt collection process, blocked access to library services for customers with outstanding items/debt, renewal of library memberships annually, and offering eServices library membership.

3. That Council AUTHORISES further Library Services write-offs totalling $34,865.54 for the 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 financial years related to items that are uneconomical or unable to collect or locate.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts for Period 12 - June 202112.1/F10821/008

Council Resolution

0821/008

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 12 –

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender 38224 Supply and Installation of Fencing and Associated Products12.1/TE10821/009

Council Resolution

0821/009

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the Tender for the Supply and Installation of Fencing and Associated Products be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender 38564 Balga Cricket Club Building Upgrade12.1/TE20821/010

Council Resolution

0821/010

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the Tender for Balga Cricket Club Building Upgrade project at Balga Cricket Club, Balga, be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender 38171 Maintenance of Bores, Wells, Pumps and Associated Works for the City of Stirling12.1/TE30821/011

Council Resolution

0821/011

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the Tender for the Maintenance of Bores, Wells, Pumps and Associated Works for the City of Stirling be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriSuzanne Migdale2022 Committee and Council Meeting Schedule13.10821/012

Council Resolution

0821/012

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council ENDORSES the setting of the Committee and Council meeting dates for 2022, as detailed in Attachment 1, noting the following amendment:-
a. All Council meetings to commence at 6.30pm, with the exception of the final Council meeting of the year, which is to commence at 5.30pm. 
2. That the City GIVES NOTICE of the 2022 Committee and Council meeting dates.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Lisa ThorntonElizabeth ReProposed Meeting Procedures Local Law 2021 - Outcomes of Advertising and Final Adoption13.2

0821/013,

0821/014

Moved Councillor Thornton, seconded Councillor Re
That Item 13.2 – Proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law 2021 – Outcomes of Advertising and Final Adoption be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 24 August 2021 to allow further consideration by Elected Members.  

The motion was put and declared LOST (5/8).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Re, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.

Council Resolution

0821/013

Amendment

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That an additional recommendation be ADDED as follows:-

“4. That Notices of Motion, when ruled out of order, are PUBLISHED in the minutes.”

The amendment was put and declared CARRIED (7/6).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Perkov, Re, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Migdale, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.

Council Resolution

0821/014

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That in accordance with Section 3.12(4) of the Local Government Act 1995, the proposed City of Stirling Meeting Procedures Local Law 2021, as presented in Attachment 1, be ADOPTED. 
2. That Council AUTHORISES the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the City of Stirling Meeting Procedures Local Law 2021.
3. That the City PROCEEDS with the local law-making process as outlined in the ‘Policy and Legislative Implications’ section of this report.

4. That Notices of Motion, when ruled out of order, are PUBLISHED in the minutes.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/2) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Re and Thornton.
 

Elizabeth ReFelicity Farrelly2021 Western Australian Local Government Association Annual General Meeting and Annual Conference13.30821/015

Council Resolution

0821/015

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly
1. That Council APPROVES the following Elected Members to be registered as voting delegates on behalf of the City of Stirling at the 2021 Annual General Meeting of the Western Australian Local Government Association to be held Monday 20 September 2021:-
a. Councillor Stephanie Proud  b. Councillor Elizabeth Re

2. That Council APPROVES the following Elected Members as proxy voting delegates should the registered voting delegates be unable to attend the 2021 Annual General Meeting of the Western Australian Local Government Association to be held Monday 20 September 2021:-
a. Councillor Felicity Farrelly b. Councillor David Lagan 

3. That Council AMENDS Section 7 of the Elected Member Professional Development Policy to allow all Elected Members to attend the Annual WA Local Government Convention during the caretaker period.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriKeith SargentAppointment of Representatives to Mindarie Regional Council and the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel13.40821/016

Council Resolution

0821/016

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council APPOINTS Councillor Lisa Thornton as the alternate member to attend:-
a. The Mindarie Regional Council meetings to be held 12 August 2021 and 16 September 2021; and 
b. Any additional Mindarie Regional Council and Special Council meetings that may be scheduled between 6 August 2021 and 16 October 2021. 
2. That Council NOMINATES Councillor Felicity Farrelly as a member of the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel to fill the current vacancy until 26 January 2022. 
3. That Council NOMINATES Councillor Bianca Sandri as a deputy member of the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel to fill the subsequent deputy vacancy until 26 January 2022. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Invitations to Parliamentarians14.10821/017

Council Resolution

0821/017

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That a policy be compiled and PRESENTED to the Community and Resources meeting to be held 24 August 2021 with regard to invitations to parliamentarians whose electorates are within the City of Stirling local government municipality.
2. That the Policy INCLUDES items such as:-

a. All parliamentarians whose electorates are within the City of Stirling municipality are to be invited to all major events such as citizenship;
b. Limited of maximum of three parliamentarians per political party per event;
c. If the parliamentarians cannot attend then the invitation is not transferable to staff or family or friends; and
d. The definition of parliamentarian is of those persons who are elected to WA State or Federal Government in Australia.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/3).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Proud and Sargent.
 

Elizabeth ReSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Male Incontinence Facilities in Toilets14.20821/018

Council Resolution

0821/018

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Migdale
That a report be PREPARED for the Community and Resources meeting to be held 24 August 2021, regarding the City of Stirling promoting and making available receptacles for the disposal of incontinence products in male public toilet facilities.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Internal Working Group to guide future planning for the Mount Lawley Edith Cowan University14.30821/019

Council Resolution

0821/019

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That Council CONVENES an Internal Working Group to provide guidance to the State Government on the expectations of the community and the City of Stirling for future planning of the Mount Lawley Edith Cowan University/WA Academy of Performing Arts site. The working group will:-

· Have membership of the Mayor, the ward Councillors from the Mount Lawley and Inglewood wards and officers as nominated by the CEO;
· Meet at least once per quarter with agendas and notes to be distributed to all Elected Members through the Elected Member Portal;
· Drive engagement with the community and stakeholders;
· Report to Council at least once every six months; and
· Be reviewed by Council no later than August 2023.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Commemorative Plaque18.10821/021

Council Resolution

0821/021

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Re
That Council APPROVES the confidential recommendation contained within the conclusion of this report. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Council Resolution

0821/021

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Re
That Council APPROVES the confidential recommendation contained within the conclusion of this report. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

29 June 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Karen CaddyStephanie ProudDesign Review Panel - Terms of Reference Review12.1/A10621/031

Council Resolution

0621/031

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the Terms of Reference for the City’s Design Review Panel as shown in Attachment 5 with the following changes:-

a. DELETE the following sentences under sub-heading 10 – Panel Report on page 5 and the Design quality evaluation template on page 11:-
Each Design Principle will be discussed and graded in the following way:-

b. INSERT the following sentences under sub-heading 10 – Panel Report on
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Mayor Irwin.

David LaganBianca SandriLot 9000, HOUSE NUMBER 7, OSBORNE ROAD, DIANELLA - AMENDED LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN12.1/DS10621/032

Council Resolution

0621/032

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That pursuant to Schedule 2, Part 6, Clause 52 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the Amended Local Development Plan for Lot 9000, House Number 7, Osborne Road, Dianella be APPROVED, subject to the requirements as below:-
a. That Council FORWARDS the Seven Hills Local Development Plan to the Western Australian Planning Commission for approval of the Visual Privacy provisions of the Local Development Plan; and
b. That Council DELEGATES to the Chief Executive Officer authorisation to approve the Seven Hills Local Development Plan following notification of the decision of the Western Australian Planning Commission to approve the Visual Privacy provisions of the Local Development Plan.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Joe FerranteFelicity FarrellyLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.123 - Lot 4, House Number 256, Walcott Street, Menora - Expand Additional Use (A22) and Apply an R60 Density Coding - Initiation12.1/DS20621/033

Council Resolution

0621/033

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Farrelly
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council ADOPTS (for the purpose of advertising) Scheme Amendment No.123 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 to rezone Lot 4, House Number 256, Walcott Street, Menora to allow Additional Uses as shown in Attachment 3.
2. That pursuant to Regulation 35 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council RESOLVES that, in its opinion, Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.123 is a Standard Amendment.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanKarlo PerkovProposed Start-Up Tech Hub12.1/CF10621/035

Council Resolution

0621/035

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That Council PURSUES the following initiatives as outlined in this report to encourage establishment of a start-up tech hub in Scarborough beachfront locations and the Osborne Park area:-
a. Monitor State and Federal support for the digital economy and seek opportunities to pursue any assistance available for start-up tech hub projects; 
b. Survey local businesses and the community;
c. Consult existing operators of co-working facilities;
d. Encourage developers in Scarborough beachfront and Osborne Park areas to consider including a start-up tech hub as part of their development;
e. Incorporate a tech start-up hub into the City’s Smart City Strategy by adopting a ‘test lab’ approach, and encourage businesses to develop technology based solutions;
f. Support technology-based events to take place in Scarborough beachfront locations or Osborne Park through the City’s relationship with Sports Marketing Australia;
g. If a suitable location for a start-up tech hub becomes available in Scarborough and Osborne Park, seek expressions of interest from potential operators with relevant experience; and
h. Investigate sectors that may be suitable for tech hub funding in the same way that cyber security, data science and life sciences have been supported.
2. That Council INCLUDES the establishment of a start-up tech hub in the scoping of its Smart City Strategy.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanKarlo PerkovRight of Way Management Strategy - Dedication of Rights of Way for Upgrade in the 2023/2024 Financial Year12.1/PRSE10621/036

Council Resolution

0621/036

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the following Private Rights of Way as road pursuant to Section 56(1)(c) of the Land Administration Act 1997:-
a. ROW 16018 and 16019 being the whole of Lot 15349 and Lot 15348 on Deposited Plan 37636 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2228 Folio 166 and Certificate of Title Volume 2228 Folio 167  as shown in Attachment 1 – Locality Plan A;
b. ROW 27012 being the whole of Lot 556 on Deposited Plan 71924 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2835 Folio 80 as shown in Attachment 2 – Locality Plan B;
c. ROW 16028 being the whole of Lot 1015 on Plan 3697 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2761 Folio 239 as shown in Attachment 3 – Locality on Plan C; 
d. ROW 23006 being the whole of Lot 170 on Plan 3059 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2726 Folio 332 as shown in Attachment 4 – Locality on Plan D; and
e. ROW 28040 being the whole of Lot 66 on Diagram 2465 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 1026 Folio 113 as shown in Attachment 5 – Locality on Plan E.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate ROW 28064 and ROW 28074B being part of Lot 604 on Plan 2877 being part of the land contained within Certificate of Title Volume 2970 Folio 352 as shown in Attachment 6 – on Locality Plan F pursuant to Section 56(1)(c) of the Land Administration Act 1997.
3. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the following land as road pursuant to Section 56(a) of the Land Administration Act 1997:-
a. Land abutting ROW 16018 and ROW 16019 comprising of:- 
i. Portion of Crown Reserve 49825 being Lot 300 on Strata Plan 51016 being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3138 Folio 600; 
ii. Lot 300 on Strata Plan 79080 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume LR3172 Folio 207;
iii. Lot 301 on Strata Plan 79080 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume LR3172 Folio 208;
iv. Portion of Crown Reserve 49825 being Lot 302 on Deposited Plan 49039 being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3138 Folio 310; and
v. Lot 43 on Deposited Plan 48949 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2607 Folio 981.
b. Land abutting ROW 16028 comprising of Lot 66 on Diagram 92661 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2119 Folio 589.
c. Land abutting ROW 28040 comprising of:-
i. Crown Reserve 53487 being Lot 900 on Strata Plan 79723 being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume 3170 Folio 130; and
ii. Lot 300 on Strata Plan 58903 being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume 3162 Folio 408.
d. Land abutting ROW 28064 comprising of Lot 300 on Strata Plan 64798 being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3163/193.
4. That Council ADVISES the Minister for Lands that any future land set aside for widening, ceded after the resolution but prior to the dedication of these Rights of Way, be included as part of the City’s dedication application. 
5. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED from any claims arising from the dedication actions. 
6. That Council RELINQUISHES any Management Orders issued over the Crown Land which is the subject of this report. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanKarlo PerkovClosure of Surplus Road Reserve abutting Crown Reserve 26100 being Lot 503, House Number 2, Cromarty Road, Churchlands.12.1/PRSE20621/037

Council Resolution

0621/037

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That Council APPROVES the advertising of the proposed closure of 1,678m² of surplus Cromarty Road road reserve (subject to survey) as shown in Attachment 3 for amalgamation into Crown Reserve 26100 being Lot 503, House Number 2, Cromarty Road, Churchlands in accordance with Section 58 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to close a 1,678m² portion of Cromarty Road road reserve (subject to survey) as shown in Attachment 3 subject to:-
a. No objections to the proposed closure being received during the statutory advertising period;
b. The resultant land from the road closure being amalgamated with the abutting land at Crown Reserve 26100 being Lot 503, House Number 2, Cromarty Road, Churchlands.
c. The Applicant to enter into an agreement with the City of Stirling prior to the finalisation of the road reserve closure which would require:-
i. The removal of the makeshift crossover which provides access to the closure area within two years from the road closure taking place;
ii. No additional crossovers to be permitted onto Pearson Street and Cromarty Road, Churchlands unless otherwise agreed by the City; and
iii. Submit a Planning Application to formalise the current carparking arrangements on the subject land in accordance with Australian Standards within six months from the amalgamation of the resultant land from the closure.
d. The Applicant being responsible for all costs associated with the road closure application.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudAnnual Review of Cost Contribution Rates - Development Contribution Plan For Rights Of Way Improvement Works12.2/ES10621/038

Council Resolution

0621/038

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ADOPTS the revised Cost Apportionment Schedule for the Development Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works (2021) as shown in Attachment 1 to take effect as from 1 July 2021.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Lagan, Re and Sandri.
 

Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleDevelopment of a City of Stirling App12.2/CC10621/039

Council Resolution

0621/039

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council ENDORSES the development of a City of Stirling App in 2021/2022.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyKaren CaddyAccess Review of Beaches12.2/CS10621/040

Council Resolution

0621/040

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council RECEIVES the Access Review of Beaches as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That Council REFERS the Access Review of Beaches Report to the City’s Access and Inclusion Advisory Group to review the proposed short, medium and long term actions.
3. That a further report be PRESENTED for consideration by November 2021, which will recommend priority short term actions from the Access Review of Beaches, including financial and management implications.
4. That Council NOTES medium and long term actions within the Access Review of Beaches will be considered within the City’s broader Coastal Hazard Risk Management and Adaptation Planning.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyFelicity FarrellyMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 May 202112.2/F20621/041

Council Resolution

0621/041

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant financial reports for the month ending 31 May 2021 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Bianca SandriKaren CaddyCorporate Credit Cards12.2/F30621/042

Council Resolution

0621/042

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council NOTES that the City’s ‘Issue and Use of Corporate Credit Cards Policy’ makes provision for credit cards that earn reward / bonus points.
2. That Council NOTES that there is minimal advantage in transferring the City’s credit cards to a rewards program and will not be participating in the rewards program.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentOutcomes of community consultation for the Campion Community Garden12.2/PS10621/044

Council Resolution

0621/044

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council ENDORSES the Campion Community Garden at Keith Clarke Reserve, Balcatta.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts for Period 11 Ending 31 May 202112.2/F10621/045

Council Resolution

0621/045

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 11,

Bianca SandriAdam SpagnoloAdoption of 2021/2022 Municipal Budget and Relevant Documents13.10621/046

Council Resolution

0621/046

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council ADOPTS the 2021/2022 Municipal Fund Budget for the City of Stirling which includes the following:-
· Statement of Comprehensive Income by Nature and Type showing a net result for the year of $5,573,823;
· Statement of Comprehensive Income by Program showing a net result for the year of $5,573,823;
· Rate Setting Statement showing amount to be raised from rates of $144,596,849;
· Rating Information;
· Statement of Cash Flows; and
· Schedule of Fees and Charges.
2. General Rate and Minimum Payment
Having considered the submissions made following public advertising, that Council IMPOSES the 2021/2022 general rates and minimum payments as follows:-
Residential Rates  5.7503 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental Valuation

Commercial Rates  5.2914 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental Valuation

Industrial Rates  5.8358 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental Valuation

Vacant Rates  7.9371 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental Valuation

General Minimum Payment  $861

Lesser Minimum Payment
Parkland Villas Retirement Village

Apartments less than 36m2 in area $715

Lesser Minimum Payment Strata
Titled Storage Units   $558

3. Payment Options
That Council ADOPTS the following payment options for the payment of rates, Emergency Services Levy (ESL), domestic refuse charge, property surveillance and security service charge and private swimming pool inspection fee:-

a. One Instalment 
Payment in full by 27 August 2021.

b. Two Instalments
The first instalment of 50% of the total current rates, ESL, domestic refuse charge, property surveillance and security service charge, private swimming pool inspection fees and instalment interest, plus the total outstanding arrears payable by 27 August 2021.

The second instalment, of 50% of the total current rates, ESL, domestic refuse charge, property surveillance and security service charge, private swimming pool inspection fees and instalment interest, payable by 12 November 2021.

c. Four Instalments
The first instalment of 25% of the total current rates, ESL, domestic refuse charge, property surveillance and security service charge, private swimming pool inspection fees and instalment interest, plus the total outstanding arrears payable by 27 August 2021.

The second, third and fourth instalment, each of 25% of the total current rates, ESL, domestic refuse charge, property surveillance and security service charge, private swimming pool inspection fees and instalment interest, payable as follows:-

· 2nd instalment by 12 November 2021;
· 3rd instalment by 14 January 2022; and
· 4th instalment by 18 March 2022.

d. Rate Smoothing
First payment due on 27 August 2021.
Ratepayers have the option to pay:-
· Weekly – 42 weekly payments;
· Fortnightly – 21 fortnightly payments; or
· Monthly – 10 monthly payments. 

Under the rate smoothing program, the due dates of individual payments would be agreed between the City and the ratepayer.


4. Instalment Interest Charges
That Council:-
a. ADOPTS an interest rate of 1.5% where the owner has elected to pay rates and service charges through an instalment option;
b. DOES NOT REQUIRE a person who is considered by the local government to be suffering financial hardship as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic to pay interest; and
c. AUTHORISES the Manager Finance or Director Corporate Services to determine whether a person is suffering financial hardship on the basis that financial hardship is defined as a state of immediate financial disadvantage which results in a person being unable to pay an outstanding amount without affecting their ability to meet their basic living needs or the basic living needs of their dependants.

5. Late Payment Penalty Interest
That Council:-

a. ADOPTS a late payment penalty interest rate of 5% per annum; 
b. DOES NOT REQUIRE a person who is considered by the local government to be suffering financial hardship as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic to pay interest; and
c. AUTHORISES the Manager Finance or Director Corporate Services to determine whether a person is suffering financial hardship on the basis that financial hardship is defined as a state of immediate financial disadvantage which results in a person being unable to pay an outstanding amount without affecting their ability to meet their basic living needs or the basic living needs of their dependants.
6. Special Agreement Option
That Council ADOPTS an arrangement administration fee of $30 per assessment for each payment agreement.

7. That Council ADOPTS the 2021/2022 Schedule of Fees and Charges.
8. Trigg Underground Power Project Service Charge
That Council ADOPTS the following charges for the provision of underground electricity for the Trigg State Underground Power Project.

The Charges to be imposed be based on the kilovolt-amp (kVA) supplied and type of connection, if any, required by each individual property. The Network Charge to be imposed is raised at the rate of $1,270.41 per kVA and a Connection Charge ranging between $0 and $1,749.52 depending on the individual properties current supply arrangements.


9. Payment options for Trigg Underground Power Project Service Charges
That Council ADOPTS the following payment options for the payment of Trigg Underground Power Charges.

One Instalment
· Payment in full on or before the due date advised on the notice. 

Yearly Instalments
· Payment of the yearly instalment on or before the due date advised on the notice. 
· The maximum number of years for the instalment plan will be 10 years.
10. Scarborough Network Renewal Underground Program Pilot Project Service Charge
That Council ADOPTS the following charges for the provision of underground electricity for properties within the Scarborough Network Renewal Underground Program Pilot Project.

The Network Connection Charge ranging between $0 and $2,350.00 depending on the individual properties current supply arrangements.
11. Payment options for Scarborough Network Renewal Underground Program Pilot Project Service Charges
That Council ADOPTS the following payment options for the payment of Scarborough Network Renewal Underground Program Pilot Project Connection Charges.

One Instalment
· Payment in full on or before the due date advised on the notice. 

Yearly Instalments
· Payment of the yearly instalment on or before the due date advised on the notice. 
· The maximum number of years for the instalment plan will be three years.
12. Reserve Funds - Cash in lieu of public open space
That Council ENDORSES the establishment and maintenance of a Cash in Lieu of Public Open Space Reserve.
13. Material Variance Reporting for 2021/2022
That Council ADOPTS the level for reporting material variances in monthly financial statements in 2021/2022 as 10% and $100,000.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Karen CaddyBianca SandriCity of Stirling Corporate Business Plan 2021 - 202513.20621/047

Council Resolution

0621/047

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council APPROVES the revised City of Stirling Corporate Business Plan 2020 – 2025 as shown in Attachment 1.  
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentElizabeth ReAppointment of Alternate Member to the 1 July 2021 Mindarie Regional Council meeting13.30621/048

Council Resolution

0621/048

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Re
That Council APPOINTS Councillor Lisa Thornton as the alternate member to attend the Mindarie Regional Council meeting to be held 8 July 2021. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriElected Member Travel Reimbursements13.40621/049

Council Resolution

0621/049

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
 That Council AMENDS the Elected Member Entitlements Policy by adding the following at the end of the second paragraph of Section 7.1:-
“Fully electric and/or plug-in hybrid vehicles are to be reimbursed at the peak rate for each area specified in the Public Service Award 1992 (Schedule F).” 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriReview of Delegations of Authority13.50621/050

Council Resolution

0621/050

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That in accordance with Section 5.46(2) of the Local Government Act 1995, Council REVIEWS its delegations to the Chief Executive Officer’s Performance Review Committee and those delegations to the Chief Executive Officer.

2. That in accordance with Section 5.42(1) of the Local Government Act 1995, Council ADOPTS the amended delegations and authorisations as detailed in Attachment 1:-

a. with the addition of the following condition on the delegation for Existing Leases and Licences shown at page 14 of the Attachment:-

“Elected Members to be notified one month prior to the exercise of this delegation for any proposal to extend the term of a lease. This will provide all Elected Members with the opportunity to request further information or request for the item to be tabled at Committee and Council.”

b. replacing the figure of $1,000,000 with $750,000 for each occasion it appears under ‘New Contracts’ (page 23 of Attachment 1) and ‘Contract Variation and Extension’ (page 24 of Attachment 1).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Felicity FarrellyKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - JDAP Presentations14.10621/051

Council Resolution

0621/051

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the Mayor WRITES to the Presiding Member of the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel requesting that the order of deputations and presentations at the next JDAP meeting for the Karrinyup West Residential development be changed to allow the community and other external parties to make presentations following the applicant’s presentations.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReFelicity FarrellyNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Sharing Resources with Regional Councils14.20621/052

Council Resolution

0621/052

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That Corporate Services PREPARES a report for the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 24 August 2021 with regard to the potential of the City of Stirling sharing resources with rural and regional Councils such as Moora, or York etc.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/6).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
 

Elizabeth ReStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Forum for Sporting and Community Lessees and Licensees14.30621/053

Council Resolution

0621/053

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council APPROVES a forum for Club and Premises lessees, to allow City of Stirling premises users to understand their obligations under the terms of the lease agreement and to answer any questions and address any anomalies that may arise.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

8 June 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Bianca SandriKeith SargentElectors' General Meeting 2019/202013.10621/005

Council Resolution

0621/005

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That the draft Policy Framework be ADVERTISED for public comment before being referred to Council for consideration.
2. That Council NOTES:-
a. The bequeathed sum was used in extending, repairs and preservation of the jetty, with the total cost greater than the funds originally received from the bequest. 
b. The original letter relating to the legacy has been disposed of in accordance with the City’s Recordkeeping Plan.
5. That Council NOTES it is considered appropriate to retain the current narratives which are in accordance with the requirements of Regulation 13 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996.
6. That Council NOTES:- 
a. That a proposed new Meeting Procedures Local Law is currently being advertised for public submissions; and
b. That the veracity of petitions will be included as a public submission for consideration when the Meeting Procedures Local Law is presented to Council for final adoption.
14. That Council REAFFIRMS the City’s intention to undertake regular parking occupancy surveys, as identified within the adopted Mount Lawley Town Centre Parking Management Plan, to directly inform any future parking changes.
15. That Council NOTES that the City will liaise with the Beaufort Street Network to confirm the names of local businesses that are currently members.
16. That the minutes of the 2020 Electors’ General Meeting (as shown in Attachment 2) held Monday 17 May 2021, be RECEIVED. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyWomen's Shed Pilot Program12.1/CS10621/017

Council Resolution

0621/017

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council NOTES the evaluation of the Women’s Shed Pilot Program. 
2. That Council CONSIDERS listing $45,000 within the draft 2021/2022 budget for upgrades to the Scarborough Community Hub to provide a more bespoke location for Women’s Shed activities.
3. That Council APPROVES ongoing expansion of Women’s Shed activities across the City’s community hubs and progression towards a dedicated Women’s Shed in the medium to long term either as part of the proposed Artisan Centre or as a standalone facility including consideration of the Innaloo Sportsman Club.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Farrelly.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentCommemorative Memorials and Plaques Policy12.1/CS20621/019

Council Resolution

0621/019

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council ADOPTS the proposed Commemorative Memorials and Plaques Policy (6 May 2021), as shown in Attachment 6, to replace the following policies:-
· Proposed Commemorative Memorials and Plaques Policy 30 March 2021;
· Commemorative Memorials Request Policy;
· Memorial Plaque Request Policy; and
· Memorial Tree Requests Policy.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/5).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Migdale, Proud, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly, Lagan, Perkov, Re and Sandri.

2. 

Suzanne MigdaleDavid LaganReview of Delegations of Authority12.1/GOV10621/020

Council Resolution

0621/020

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Lagan
That the Item relating to 12.1/GOV1 - Review of Delegations of Authority be REFERRED to the Council Meeting to be held 29 June 2021 to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentReview of Community Garden Policy12.1/PS10621/022

Council Resolution

0621/022

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council ADOPTS the revised Community Garden Policy as shown in

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts for Period 10 Ending 30 April 202112.1/F10621/023

Council Resolution

0621/023

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 10, 1 April – 30 April 2021 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $16,822,102.23
TOTAL $16,822,102.23
be RECEIVED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 April 202112.1/F20621/024

Council Resolution

0621/024

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 April 2021 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyMindarie Regional Council - Future Options12.1/9.10621/026

Council Resolution

0621/026

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council ENDORSES the confidential recommendation contained within the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/3) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly, Lagan and Re.
 

25 May 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Lisa ThorntonAdam SpagnoloLOT 16, HOUSE NUMBER 10, MORLEY DRIVE, TUART HILL - MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT - STATE DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT UNIT DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION13.10521/042

Council Resolution

0521/042

Moved Councillor Thornton, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That pursuant to Section 276(4) of the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council RECOMMENDS to the Western Australian Planning Commission that the application for a Mixed Use Development at Lot 16, House Number 10, Morley Drive, Tuart Hill is REFUSED for the following reasons:-
a. The development cannot be approved under the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3 as it:-
i. Proposes the land uses of Multiple Dwelling and Office, which are both not permitted in the Residential zone and R30 density coding, as specified in Clause 4.3 of the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3; and
ii. Does not comply with the minimum site area requirements for the R30 density coding, as specified in State Planning Policy 7.3 Residential Design Codes Volume 1 Clause 5.1.1 and Table 1.
b. The development represents an ‘overdevelopment’ of the subject site, under the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3 having regard to the:-
i. Proposed six storey building height;
ii. Proposed street and lot boundary setbacks;
iii. Proposed residential density; 
iv. Local context; and
v. Amenity impacts imposed upon the neighbouring properties.
c. The approved Better Suburbs Strategy is a detailed strategy identifying areas where future density can be located, however, it is not a statutory document at this point and is therefore not sufficient justification for substantially conflicting with the current planning framework;
d. No draft statutory planning documents, such as a local planning scheme amendment, precinct structure plan or local development plan, have been progressed sufficiently to be considered as a ‘seriously entertained planning proposal’ which could support the proposal; 
e. It is premature and not ‘orderly and proper planning’ to approve the development in the absence of a well-developed planning framework for the future redevelopment of the locality; and
f. The application has failed to provide sufficient information to adequately demonstrate the development is a shovel ready project. 

2. That Council NOTES that if the Western Australian Planning Commission is of the view to support the proposal using the special provisions under Part 17 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, the City has prepared ‘without prejudice’ conditions of development approval (as shown in Attachment 1).
3. That the City SUBMITS a separate advice letter to the State Development Assessment Unit addressing technical considerations including waste management, parking design, landscaping and related matters.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/5).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Hatton, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Lagan, Proud and Sargent.
 

David BoothmanAdam SpagnoloLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Scheme Amendment No.114 and Herdsman Glendalough Stucture Plan - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CF10521/043

Council Resolution

0521/043

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That Item CF1 - Local Planning Scheme No.3 - Scheme Amendment No.114 and Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan - Outcomes of Advertising be REFERRED to the Planning and Development Committee Meeting to be held 15 June 2021. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanKaren CaddySub Lease between North Beach Bowling Club Incorporated and Sand Volley Australia Pty Ltd12.1/PRSE10521/044

Council Resolution

0521/044

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council APPROVES a sub-lease between the North Beach Bowling Club Incorporated and Sand Volley Australia Pty Ltd over portion of Crown Reserve 26022 being Lot 7036, House Number 7C, Kitchener Street, North Beach with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term expiring on 31 March 2023;
b. A further term of five years commencing on 1 April 2023;
c. Annual Rent to be set at $15,000 plus GST.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the new

David BoothmanDavid LaganVariation of lease to Mount Lawley Golf Club Inc over Crown Reserve 18325, Lot 14684, House Number 49, Homer Street, Inglewood12.1/PRSE20521/045

Council Resolution

0521/045

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Lagan
That the item relating to 12.1/PRSE2 – Variation of Lease to Mount Lawley Golf Club Inc over Crown Reserve 18325, Lot 14684, House Number 49, Homer Street, Inglewood be REFERRED to a future meeting of the Planning and Development Committee to provide the City with further time to consider the proposed lease extension. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudPreparation of Local Planning Policy 3.1A - Inglewood Heritage Protection Area12.1/DS10521/047

Council Resolution

0521/047

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council PREPARES Local Planning Policy 3.1A Inglewood Character Retention Guidelines as shown in Attachment 1 for the purpose of public advertising. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.122 - LOT 26, HOUSE NUMBER 367, ODIN DRIVE, BALCATTA: REZONING FROM 'PUBLIC OPEN SPACE AND LOCAL AUTHORITY PURPOSES RESERVE' TO 'RESIDENTIAL (R20)'12.1/DS20521/048

Council Resolution

0521/048

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PREPARES (initiates) Amendment No.122 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That pursuant to Regulation 35 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes Regulations) 2015 Council RESOLVES that, in its opinion, Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.122 is a Standard Amendment.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudLease to the Scout Association of Australia, Western Australian Branch Inc over portion of Crown Reserve 46683 being Lot 14388, House Number 347C, Morley Drive, Dianella12.1/PRSE30521/049

Council Resolution

0521/049

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Crown Reserve 46683 being  Lot 14388, House Number 347C, Morley Drive, Dianella to the Scout Association of Australia, Western Australian Branch Inc with the following essential terms:- 
a. An initial term of five years;
b. A further five years;
c. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $300 plus GST; and
d. Rent to be reviewed annually by CPI.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to all necessary documentation required to effect the Lease.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReFelicity FarrellyCommemorative Memorials and Plaques Policy13.20521/050

Council Resolution

0521/050

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That Item 13.2 - Commemorative Memorials and Plaques Policy be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee Meeting to be held 1 June 2021 to allow officers to collate the four different policies as shown in the 25 May 2021 committee report to be incorporated in to one policy and include the following:-
1. The definitions;
2. Council is to approve all memorials and Plaques;  
3. All plaques to include brief background; 
4. Plaques for trees; 
5. Register for all memorial plaques etc to be recorded in the City of Stirling website;
6. A proforma form to be completed by applicants for submission; and
7. An area should be set aside at various locations throughout the City such as:-

a. Brighton Road Park, Scarborough;
b. Maurice Hamer Park, Herdsman;
c. Ron Stone Park, Mount Lawley;
d. Spoonbill Lake, Osborne Park;
e. Lake Gwelup, Gwelup;
f. Carine Regional Open Space, Carine; and
g. Milldale Way, Mirrabooka. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante and Sargent.
 

Keith SargentSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Keith Sargent - Seniors' Watch14.10521/051

Council Resolution

0521/051

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the City INVESTIGATES a new service run with the help of volunteers called Seniors’ Watch.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Nil.
 

11 May 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Karen CaddyFelicity FarrellyKARRINYUP SHOPPING CENTRE, LOTS 7 AND 11, House Number 190 AND 200, KARRINYUP ROAD, KARRINYUP
MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT - 270 MULTIPLE DWELLINGS AND COMMERCIAL TENANCIES
13.10521/005

Council Resolution

0521/005

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Farrelly
1. That Council ENDORSES the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel, which recommends REFUSAL of the proposed Karrinyup Shopping Centre, Lots 7 and 11, House Number 190 and 200, Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup Mixed Use Development - 270 Multiple Dwellings and Commercial Tenancies.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

2. That Council ENDORSES Councillor Felicity Farrelly (with Councillor Karen Caddy as a deputy if required) to make a deputation request on behalf of the Council at the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel meeting regarding the Mixed Use Development at Karrinyup Shopping Centre. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/2).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Lagan and Sandri.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleIndependent Auditor's Report - Financial Report as at 30 June 202012.1/EA10521/006

Council Resolution

0521/006

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council RECEIVES the Audit Findings Report for the year ended

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleInternal Auditor's Report12.1/IA10521/008

Council Resolution

0521/008

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council RECEIVES and ENDORSES the updated Internal Audit Report.
2. That Council NOTES the current status of the Management Action Plans for past audits and reviews.
3. That the Management Action Plan tasks currently under review REMAIN on this report until complete, so they can be monitored by the Audit Committee.
4. That Council NOTES the current status of the Internal Audit Plan.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleFinancial Management Internal Audit Report12.1/IA20521/009

Council Resolution

0521/009

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council RECEIVES the Financial Management Internal Audit Report.
2. That the ‘high’ and ‘medium’ rated observations be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed.
3. That the ‘low’ rated or process improvement observations be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Executive Team review until completed.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleCommunity Engagement Event Registration12.1/CG10521/010

Council Resolution

0521/010

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council NOTES the Community Engagement Event Registration Report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleCity of Stirling Risk Management Action Plan and Quarterly Review12.1/CG20521/011

Council Resolution

0521/011

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council NOTES the progress and finalisation of the Risk Management Action Plan 2019 - 2021.
2. That Council ADOPTS the City of Stirling Risk Management Action Plan

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleDeep Dive Service Review - City Planning and Place Management12.1/9.20521/012

Council Resolution

0521/012

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudChris HattonRequest to Modify Speed Limit on Delawney Street, Balcatta12.2/ES10521/013

Amendment
Moved Councillor Proud
That a second recommendation be ADDED as follows:-

2. “That the City WRITES to Main Roads WA to request approval for the proposed speed zone trial on Delawney Street and includes a copy of the Council Report with the request.”

The Amendment LAPSED for want of a seconder.  

Council Resolution

0521/013

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Hatton
That Council SUPPORTS a trial of 60km/h along Delawney Street, Balcatta between Erindale Road and Natalie Way for a period of 12 months.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly and Proud.
 

Bianca SandriJoe FerranteCommemorative Memorials and Plaques Policy12.2/CS10521/014

Council Resolution

0521/014

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That Item 12.2/CS1 – Commemorative Memorials and Plaques Policy be REFERRED  to the Council meeting to be held 25 May 2021 to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Migdale, Proud and Spagnolo.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyNetwork Renewal Underground Program Pilot12.2/F40521/015

Council Resolution

0521/015

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the Network Renewal Underground Program Pilot proposal.
2. That Council APPROVES the inclusion of the revenue and expenses related to the Network Renewal Underground Program Pilot in the 2021/2022 Annual Budget including $85,000 for the connection charges for City owned properties.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by an Absolute Majority. 

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleDavid LaganProposed Confidentiality of Council Business Policy12.2/GOV10521/016

Council Resolution

0521/016

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That Council NOT PROCEED with the Proposed Confidentiality of Council Business Policy.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.

2. That Council NOTES that confidentiality requirements for employees and Elected Members are included in their respective Codes of Conduct.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteProposed New Year's Eve Event12.2/CC10521/018

Council Resolution

0521/018

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That Council DOES NOT PROCEED with a City delivered New Year’s Eve event at Scarborough Beach.
2. That Council NOTES the development of a Scarborough Beach Precinct Event Package to better streamline event planning and approvals, and facilitate the increased delivery of events/activities by external organisations.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteSustainable Energy Action Plan (Corporate) 2020-203012.2/PS10521/019

Council Resolution

0521/019

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That Council ENDORSES the Sustainable Energy Action Plan (Corporate) 2020-2030.

2. That the City DEVELOPS a detailed business case with funding options for escalation of solar program and options in relation to wind energy.

3. That the City UNDERTAKES a review of progress at 2024 and submits a ‘Sustainable Energy Action Plan 2024 Review Report’ to Council for consideration.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Committee Recommendation
1. That Council ENDORSES the Sustainable Energy Action Plan (Corporate) 2020-2030.

2. That the City DEVELOPS a detailed business case with funding options for escalation of solar program and options in relation to wind energy.

3. That the City UNDERTAKES a review of progress at 2024 and submits a ‘Sustainable Energy Action Plan 2024 Review Report’ to Council for consideration.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (7/0).

For: Councillors Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent and Thornton.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteShade Sails Inglewood12.2/PS20521/020

Council Resolution

0521/020

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That the City DEVELOPS a program for the installation of artificial shade and CONSIDERS listing a sum of $250,000 in the 2021/2022 budget deliberations.

2. That the City APPLIES the following criteria to prioritise the installation of artificial shade to playgrounds on local reserves:-
a. High priority where natural shade to the playground is not achieved during mid-summer until 10.00am or after 3.00pm; and
b. The local playground is not proximate to any other playground with natural or artificial shade.

3. That the City PLANTS additional natural shade trees in the Wood Street Reserve to further augment the current shade trees established on the reserve. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteReconciliation Action Plan 2021 - 202312.2/CS20521/021

Council Resolution

0521/021

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That Council ADOPTS the City of Stirling Reconciliation Action Plan 2021 – 2023.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteSchedule of Accounts for Period 9 Ending 31 March 202112.2/F10521/022

Council Resolution

0521/022

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 9, 1 March – 31 March 2021 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $37,792,958.74
Trust Fund            2,068.61
Reserve Fund            1,099.67
TOTAL $37,796,127.02
be RECEIVED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 March 202112.2/F20521/023

Council Resolution

0521/023

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 March 2021 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteCity of Stirling Investments Policy12.2/F30521/024

Council Resolution

0521/024

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That Council ADOPTS the amended City of Stirling Investments Policy.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteTender 38101 Disposal of Construction and Inert Waste12.2/TE10521/025

Council Resolution

0521/025

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That the Tender from The Trustee for the R Gullotto Family Trust (trading as Capital Recycling) for the Disposal of Construction and Inert Waste be ACCEPTED at the schedule of rates shown in Confidential Attachment 1. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Walking and Cycling Path Safety Between Scarborough Beach and Trigg14.10521/026

Council Resolution

0521/026

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Re
That Council REFERS consideration of Item 14.1 – Notice of Motion – Councillor Felicity Farrelly – Walking and Cycling Path Safety Between Scarborough and Trigg to allow an Elected Member Workshop to be held on the various options for a separated shared path along West Coast Highway between the City’s southern boundary and Trigg.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Congestion in Scarborough Redevelopment Area14.20521/027

Council Resolution

0521/027

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Caddy
That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 27 July 2021 which identifies issues and solutions regarding on-street parking in the Scarborough Redevelopment Area.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReFelicity FarrellyNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Oral History Interviews14.30521/028

Council Resolution

0521/028

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That Council CONSIDERS listing $21,000 within the draft 2021/2022 budget as part of the Action Plan enabling the recording of oral histories from seniors within retirement centres/autumn clubs/seniors’ clubs in each of the City of Stirling Wards to verbally capture the history of their local area.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Local Government Representation on Mount Lawley Senior High School and WAAPA Working Group14.40521/029

Council Resolution

0521/029

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That the Mayor WRITES to the Chairman of the Mount Lawley Senior High School / WAAPA working group to request representation by local government ward Councillors in this group. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Joe FerranteSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Joe Ferrante - Electoral Advertising Material14.50521/030

Council Resolution

0521/030

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That the Mayor WRITES to the Minister for Electoral Affairs - The Hon Stephen Dawson to amend the Electoral Act, prior to the next State Election or

Elizabeth ReStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Events at Jackadder Lake, Woodlands14.60521/031

Council Resolution

0521/031

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council APPROVES a City delivered event at Jackadder Lake in Woodlands in 2021/2022. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleDavid LaganTender 37080 Provide and Maintain Illuminated Bus Shelters in Return for Advertising Rights12.2/TE20521/033

Council Resolution

0521/033

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Lagan
That the Tender from Global Smart Cities Pty Ltd to Provide and Maintain Illuminated Bus Shelters in Return for Advertising Rights be ACCEPTED at the estimated total contract value of $1,470,000 (revenue, excluding GST).  

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleDeep Dive Service Review - Human Resources12.1/9.10521/034

Council Resolution

0521/034

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council PROCEEDS with the amended confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleDeep Dive Service Review - Community Services12.1/9.30521/035

Council Resolution

0521/035

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudNaming Requests12.2/9.10521/036

Council Resolution

0521/036

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council PROCEEDS with the amended confidential recommendations related to reserve naming as outlined in the conclusion of the report.

Amended Confidential Recommendation 1

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Spagnolo. 


Confidential Recommendation 2

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.


Confidential Recommendation 3

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriKaren CaddyProperty Strategy: Management and Financial Report March 202118.10521/037

Council Resolution

0521/037

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council RECEIVES the Property Strategy Management and Financial Report for the period ending 31 March 2021 as detailed in Attachment 1.
2. That Council RECEIVES the Property Strategy Progress Report for April 2021 as detailed in Attachment 3.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

27 April 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Elizabeth ReStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Expansion of Churchlands Estate Parking Restrictions14.10421/003

Council Resolution

0421/003

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the City INSTALLS ‘No Parking’ signs to the 52 bays along the southern side of Memory Place, applicable from 8.00am to 10.00am, with an exception provided to P-Plated vehicles.
2. That the City WRITES to the Department of Education and Churchlands Senior High School to discuss the implementation of the proposed solution, including an effective communication strategy by the school to all affected parties.
3. That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 9 November 2021 to summarise the parking activities and issues that have occurred since the implementation of the strategy, as outlined in Recommendation 1 above.
 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanSuzanne MigdaleLOT 14691, HOUSE NUMBER 2, PLANTATION STREET, MENORA - LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN12.1/DS10421/004

Council Resolution

0421/004

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Migdale
The Committee Recommends to Council
1. That, pursuant to Schedule 2, Part 6, Clause 52 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council APPROVES the revised ‘Bethanie on the Park Local Development Plan’ dated 31 March 2021 (as shown in Attachment 9).

2. That, pursuant to Schedule 2, Part 6, Clause 59 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the approval granted in accordance with Recommendation 1 of this resolution be EXTENDED for a period of 10 years from the date of this approval. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

David BoothmanBianca SandriLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Amendment No.118 - Modifications To Deliver Vehicle Access Ways Requirements of The Walter Road West Neighbourhood Centre Local Development Plan - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CP20421/005

Council Resolution

0421/005

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That proposed Condition 3 to existing A89 in ‘Schedule 2 – Additional Uses’ be MODIFIED to read:-

‘Development shall have due regard to the Right of Way, Vehicle Access Way and Pedestrian Access Way requirements of the Walter Road West Neighbourhood Centre Local Development Plan.’ 

2. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS (adopts) Amendment No.118 to Local Planning Scheme No.3, subject to the modification identified in Recommendation 1. 

3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.118 documents, and that the Amendment be REFERRED to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudLOT 157, HOUSE NUMBER 8, WALCOTT STREET, MOUNT LAWLEY - CONSULTING ROOM - ADDITION OF ONE CONSULTANT AND INCREASE IN OPERATING HOURS12.1/DS20421/007

Council Resolution

0421/007

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That pursuant to Clause 77(4) (b) Schedule 2 Part 10A of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for Amendment to DA14/0910 – Increase to the number of consultants and operation hours/days, at Lot 157, House Number 8, Walcott Street, Mount Lawley be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
Amended Conditions
a. The hours of operation are restricted to Monday to Friday 7.00am to 7.00pm, and Saturday 7.00am to 12.00pm;
b. No more than two health consultants and two employees are permitted to operate from the premises at any one time; and
c. Customers are only to park within the designated customer parking area to the rear of the site which is to be clearly labelled.
Additional Conditions
d. Customers are to visit the site by appointment only with no more than one customer per consultant at any given time; and
e. Only two employee car parking bays are permitted in tandem along the existing driveway off Walcott Street. No customer parking is permitted in this location at any time. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudLOT 24, HOUSE NUMBER 4, FLUORITE WAY, CARINE - ADDITIONS TO SINGLE HOUSE12.1/DS30421/008

Council Resolution

0421/008

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for additions Lot 24, House Number 4, Fluorite Way, Carine be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
a. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the development approval issued;
b. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve; and
c. Prior to occupation of the development, the existing two advanced trees on site must be retained. The trees must be protected during the demolition and construction phase of the development and thereafter maintained.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 - REVIEW OF LOCAL PLANNING POLICY 6.4 CHILD DAY CARE CENTRES - OUTCOMES OF ADVERTISING12.1/CP10421/009

Council Resolution

0421/009

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council PROCEEDS with (adopts) an amended ‘Local Planning Policy 6.4 – Child Care Premises’, without modification, as shown in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReKeith SargentProposed Meeting Procedures Local Law 202113.10421/010

Council Resolution

0421/010

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That the City gives NOTICE of the proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law 2021, as shown in Attachment 1, in accordance with the Local Government Act 1995.
2. That the Minister for Local Government be PROVIDED with a copy of the proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law 2021.  
3. Following advertising, that public submissions be PRESENTED to a future Council meeting for consideration.  
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriStephanie ProudCity of Stirling Integrity Strategy and Integrity and Misconduct Management Practice13.20421/011

Council Resolution

0421/011

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council ADOPTS the amended City of Stirling Integrity Strategy with the inclusion of a definition of confidentiality as contained in the relevant legislation.
2. That Council RECEIVES the City of Stirling Integrity and Misconduct Management Practice.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReFelicity FarrellyEmergency relief donation - Tropical Cyclone Seroja Appeal 202113.30421/012

Council Resolution

0421/012

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That Council APPROVES a $10,000 donation towards the Lord Mayor’s Distress Relief Fund for the Tropical Cyclone Seroja Appeal 2021 and AUTHORISES expenditure of an additional $5,000 of unbudgeted funds for this purpose.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganElizabeth ReSuperannuation for Elected Members13.40421/013

Council Resolution

0421/013

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
That the Mayor WRITES to the Minister for Local Government and the Western Australian Local Government Association requesting a discussion paper exploring the provision of superannuation for Elected Members.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReFelicity FarrellyAustralian Local Government Association National General Assembly13.50421/014

Council Resolution

0421/014

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly
1. That Council APPROVES the resumption of interstate travel by Elected Members in the following circumstances:-
a. At the time of approval of the travel, the destination must be rated ‘very low risk’ by the WA Government;
b. At the time the travel is commenced, the destination must be rated ‘very low risk’ by the WA Government; and
c. The accommodation must not be booked in a facility that is also being used to quarantine international travellers.
2. That Council APPROVES necessary changes to the Elected Members and Chief Executive Officer Attendance at Events Policy and Elected Member Professional Development Policy to reflect the above resumption of interstate travel and the conditions.
3. That Council AMENDS the Elected Member Professional Development Policy part 4 to allow the Mayor to approve the attendance of three or more Elected Members at the Australian Local Government Association National General Assembly for this and future years.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Crosswalks on West Coast Drive14.20421/015

Council Resolution

0421/015

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Proud
That the City WRITES to Main Roads WA to request the provision of formalised pedestrian crossings at suitable locations along West Coast Drive in Watermans Bay, North Beach and Trigg.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudStrategic Direction: Balcatta12.1/9.10421/017

Council Resolution

0421/017

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation for the property located in Balcatta as outlined in the conclusion of the report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Bianca SandriDavid LaganProperty Strategy: Management and Financial Report March 202112.1/9.20421/018

Council Resolution

0421/018

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan
That Item 12.1/9.2 - Property Strategy: Management and Financial Report March 2021 be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 11 May 2021 to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

30 March 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Keith SargentKarlo PerkovRequest to Modify Speed Limit on Delawney Street, Balcatta12.1/ES10321/030

Council Resolution

0321/030

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Perkov
That the Item relating to Request to Modify Speed Limit on Delawney Street, Balcatta be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held

Keith SargentKaren CaddyCommunity Arts and Events Fund Policy Review12.1/CC20321/031

Council Resolution

0321/031

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council ADOPTS the amended Community Arts and Events Fund Policy as shown in Attachment 2 to allow for the provision of multi-year funding for signature events/projects that align with the City’s Strategic Community Plan. 
2. That Council APPROVES an extension to the review of the Community Arts and Events Fund Policy, due to the impact of COVID-19 on the delivery of community festivals and events.
3. That a report be PRESENTED to the Council meeting to be held in March 2022 to review the Community Arts and Events Fund Policy and assess its effectiveness. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKarlo PerkovSustainable Energy Action Plan (Corporate) 2020-203012.1/PS20321/032

Council Resolution

0321/032

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Perkov
That the Item relating to the Sustainable Energy Action Plan (Corporate) 2020-2030 be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held

Keith SargentKaren Caddy2020/2021 Statutory Budget Review12.1/F30321/033

Council Resolution

0321/033

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the 2020/2021 Statutory Budget Review per this report and the attached Mid-Year Budget Review documents be ADOPTED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudChurchlands Green Traffic Management Trial12.1/ES20321/035

Council Resolution

0321/035

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES the implementation of trial closures as follows:-
a. Closure of the right turn from Pearson Street into Alumni Terrace, Churchlands as per Option 1, for a period of six weeks.
b. Closure of the right turn from Pearson Street into Alumni Terrace, Churchlands and closure of the right turn from Empire Avenue into University Avenue, Churchlands as per Option 3, for a period of six weeks.
2. That a report be PRESENTED to Council at the end of the trial period to advise of the resulting impacts and to provide recommendations for further actions, as required.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudUrban Road Safety Program Pilot12.1/ES30321/036

Council Resolution

0321/036

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council APPROVES the implementation of treatments in Osborne Park and Joondanna, as proposed in the pilot program of the Urban Road Safety Program.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudOutcomes of advertising - Amendment to Community and Stakeholder Engagement Policy12.1/CC10321/037

Council Resolution

0321/037

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the Community and Stakeholder Engagement Policy as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudOutcomes of Community Consultation for the Coastal Community Garden Proposal12.1/PS10321/038

Council Resolution

0321/038

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council ENDORSES the Coastal Community Garden at Charles Riley Reserve.
2. That Council APPROVES for a Partial Surrender of Lease to be entered into between the City of Stirling and the North Beach Tennis Club Inc. over the portion of land required for the establishment of the Coastal Community Garden as shown in Attachment 1.
3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the partial surrender of lease with the North Beach Tennis Club Inc.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudBicycle Skills Track - Doubleview Ward12.1/RL10321/039

Council Resolution

0321/039

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council SUPPORTS Millet Selina Park in Innaloo as the preferred location for a local bicycle skills track, with potential integration of skate amenities, subject to consultation with the community.
2. That Council CONSIDERS listing funds on the 2021/2022 budget to progress concept design development and undertake community consultation.  
3. That Council further CONSIDERS Jackson Wilding Reserve as a suitable location in the 2022-2023 financial year once access to suitable public toilet facilities is resolved.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudCommunity Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund - Small Grants Round12.1/RL20321/040

Council Resolution

0321/040

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund – Small Grants Round application for the North Beach Tennis Club Court Conversion and Amenity Upgrade for consideration by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries:-

Project Cost 
City of Stirling  (excl. GST) $89,582
North Beach Tennis Club (excl. GST) $89,582
State Government (DLGSC) (excl. GST) $89,582
TOTAL (excl. GST) $268,745
TOTAL (incl. GST) $295,619

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudAccess and Inclusion Plan 2021-202512.1/CS10321/041

Council Resolution

0321/041

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ADOPTS the City of Stirling Access and Inclusion Plan 2021-2025.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudCommemorative Memorials and Plaques Policy12.1/CS20321/042

Council Resolution

0321/042

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Item relating to Commemorative Memorials and Plaques Policy be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 4 May 2021 to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudCity of Stirling Waste Plan12.1/WF10321/043

Council Resolution

0321/043

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council ENDORSES the City of Stirling Waste Plan as shown at Attachment 2.
2. That Council AUTHORISES the Chief Executive Officer to sign and submit the City of Stirling Waste Plan to the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation.


3. That a report be PRESENTED to a future Community and Resources Committee meeting outlining the City’s Strategic Waste Management Plan, which will include public consultation.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 7 Ending 31 January 2021 and Period 8 Ending 28 February 202112.1/F10321/044

Council Resolution

0321/044

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 7, 1 January – 31 January 2021 amounting to:- 
Municipal Fund $24,298,829.44
Reserve Fund     1,892.98       
TOTAL $24,300,722.42
be RECEIVED.
2. That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 8, 1 February – 28 February 2021 amounting to:-
 Municipal Fund $16,415,423.16
 TOTAL $16,415,423.16
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Months Ending 31 January 2021 and 28 February 202112.1/F20321/045

Council Resolution

0321/045

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the months ending 31 January 2021 and 28 February 2021 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudAcquisition of Right of Way 28082 being Lot 273, House Number 11R, College Street, Inglewood, as Crown land managed by the City12.1/PRS10321/046

Council Resolution

0321/046

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28082 being Lot 273, House Number 11R, College Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28082 being Lot 273, House Number 11R, College Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 subject to:-

a. No objections being received from the public notice;
b. Creation as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Way; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to provide the City of Stirling rights to care, control and manage the Crown land.

3. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the actions to effect this proposal.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudAcquisition of Right of Way 28083 being Lot 271, House Number 7R, Chatham Street, Inglewood, as crown land managed by the city.12.1/PRS20321/047

Council Resolution

0321/047

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28083 being Lot 271, House Number 7R, Chatham Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28083 being Lot 271, House Number 7R, Chatham Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 subject to:-

a. No objections being received from the public notice;
b. Creation as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Way; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to provide the City of Stirling rights to care, control and manage the Crown land.

3. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the actions to effect this proposal.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudAcquisition of Right of Way 28077 being Lot 270, House Number 1R, Chatham Street, Inglewood, as Crown Land Managed by the City.12.1/PRS30321/048

Council Resolution

0321/048

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28077 being Lot 270, House Number 1R, Chatham Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28077 being Lot 270, House Number 1R, Chatham Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 subject to:-

a. No objections being received from the public notice;
b. Creation as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Way; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to provide the City of Stirling rights to care, control and manage the Crown land.

3. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the actions to effect this proposal.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudAcquisition of Right of Way 28078 being Lot 272, House Number 3R, College Street, Inglewood as Crown Land Managed by the City12.1/PRS40321/049

Council Resolution

0321/049

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28078 being Lot 272, House Number 3R, College Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28078 being Lot 272, House Number 3R, College Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 subject to:-

a. No objections being received from the public notice;
b. Creation as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Way; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to provide the City of Stirling rights to care, control and manage the Crown land.

3. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the actions to effect this proposal.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudAcquisition of Right of Way 28078 being Lot 272, House Number 3R, College Street, Inglewood as Crown Land Managed by the City12.1/PRS40321/049

Council Resolution

0321/049

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28078 being Lot 272, House Number 3R, College Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28078 being Lot 272, House Number 3R, College Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 subject to:-

a. No objections being received from the public notice;
b. Creation as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Way; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to provide the City of Stirling rights to care, control and manage the Crown land.

3. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the actions to effect this proposal.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudAcquisition of Right of Way 28084 being Lot 269, House Number 9R, Buller Street, Inglewood as Crown Land managed by the City12.1/PRS50321/050

Council Resolution

0321/050

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28084 being Lot 269, House Number 9R, Buller Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28084 being Lot 269, House Number 9R, Buller Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 subject to:-

a. No objections being received from the public notice;
b. Creation as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Way; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to provide the City of Stirling rights to care, control and manage the Crown land.

3. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the actions to effect this proposal.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudAcquisition of Right of Way 28086, being Lot 266, House Number 1R, India Street and Right of Way 28087, being Lot 265, House Number 150R, Normanby Road, Inglewood, as Crown Land Managed by the City12.1/PRS60321/051

Council Resolution

0321/051

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28086 being Lot 266 and Part of Lot 265, House Number 1R, India Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That Council APPROVES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28087, being Part of Lot 265, House Number 150R, Normanby Road, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.

3. That the Minister of Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28086 being Lot 266 and Part of Lot 265, House Number 1R, India Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 to:-

a. No objection being received from the public notice;
b. Creation as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Wy; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to provide the City of Stirling rights to care, control and manage the Crown land.

4. That the Minister of Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28087 being Part of Lot 265, House Number 150R, Normanby Road, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 to:-

a. No objection being received from the public notice;
b. Creation as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Wy; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to provide the City of Stirling rights to care, control and manage the Crown land.

5. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the actions to effect these proposals
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudClosure of Portion of Road Reserve abutting Lot 108, House Number 15, Langworth Road, Balcatta - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/PRS70321/052

Council Resolution

0321/052

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council CONSIDERS the outcomes of the statutory advertising for the proposed closure of portion of road reserve abutting Lot 108, House Number 15, Langworth Road, Balcatta in accordance with Section 58 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That Council REQUESTS the Minister for Lands to close a 48m2 triangular portion of road reserve (subject to survey) abutting Lot 108, House Number 15, Langworth Road, Balcatta (as shown in Attachment 1) for amalgamation into the adjoining private property.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudNew Seasonal Winter Licence to Woodland Wolves Ball Club over portion of Lot 352, House Number 33, Teakwood Avenue, Woodlands12.1/PRS80321/053

0321/053

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES a new seasonal winter licence over a portion of Woodlands Reserve being Lot 352, House Number 33, Teakwood Avenue, Woodlands to the Woodlands Wolves Ball Club with the following essential terms:-

a. An initial term of five years;
b. One further term of five years; and 
c. Annual rent at the commencement of the seasonal winter licence be set at $500 plus GST.

2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the seasonal winter licence. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudNew Licence with the Water Corporation for the management of Lots 6, 7 and 8, House Number 149, Pascoe Street, Karrinyup12.1/PRS10321/054

Council Resolution

0321/054

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES for the City to enter into a new Licence with the Water Corporation over Lots 6, 7 and 8, House Number 149, Pascoe Street, Karrinyup for the purposes of Public Access subject to:-
a. An initial term of 10 years;
b. One further term of 10 years at the City’s sole discretion;
c. The City of Stirling paying an annual licence fee of $1.00 to the Water Corporation; and
d. The Water Corporation undertaking works to upgrade and repair the bridge infrastructure to an acceptable standard prior to commencement of the Licence.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to any necessary documentation required to effect the licence.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyFelicity FarrellySpecial Meeting of Electors 202113.10321/055

Council Resolution

0321/055

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Farrelly
1. That the City UNDERTAKES a review of the Planning Consultation Procedure, with a view to developing a Planning Consultation Local Planning Policy and that the outcomes  be PRESENTED to a future Planning and Development Committee meeting.
2. That the City, in collaboration with AMP, REVIEWS the current Site Management Plan in respect to construction workers’ parking arrangements and the revised outcomes be made available to the public.
3. That the City PREPARES a Parking Plan for the Karrinyup Regional Centre and surrounding walkable catchment as soon as possible, to be completed before the end of this year.

4. That the City INITIATES a review of the City’s Design Review Panel Terms of Reference and Design Review Panel nominations.
5. That Council CONSIDERS modifications to the City’s Design Review Panel Terms of Reference, with a report to be PRESENTED to Council in mid-2021.
6. That Council CONSIDERS the City’s Responsible Authority Report and subsequent recommendation to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel for the proposed Karrinyup Shopping Centre Mixed Use development at a future Council meeting.
7. That, at the time of consideration of the Responsible Authority Report, Council CONSIDERS that an Elected Member makes a deputation request to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel meeting regarding the Mixed Use Development at Karrinyup Shopping Centre.
8. That the City PREPARES a report to be presented at a future Planning and Development Committee meeting on the options to introduce a requirement for the preparation of Precinct Structure Plan for Karrinyup Regional Centre inclusive of the surrounding area. These options are to include, but are not limited to, the following:-
a. Initiating an amendment to Local Planning Scheme No.3; 
b. Inserting a provision into the proposed new Local Planning Scheme No.4; or
c. Requesting the approval of the Western Australian Planning Commission for the preparation of a Structure Plan.


9. That the City INITIATES a review of Local Planning Policy 5.7 – Karrinyup Regional Centre Guidelines concurrently with investigations on the options for the introduction of a Precinct Structure Plan for the Karrinyup Regional Centre and surrounding area with the outcomes to be PRESENTED at a future Planning and Development Committee meeting.
10. That the City ESTABLISHES a community reference group to assist in the development of any planning instruments that result from resolution 8 and 9. 
11. That the minutes of the 2021 Electors’ Special Meeting, held Wednesday

Stephanie ProudElizabeth ReProposed - 28 Multiple Dwellings (Amendment) - Lot 90, House Number 38, Geneff Street and Lot 89, House Number 59, Hertha Road, Innaloo13.20321/056

Council Resolution

0321/056

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council ENDORSES the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel, which recommends REFUSAL of the proposed development of 28 Multiple Dwellings at Lot 90, House Number 38, Geneff Street and Lot 89, House Number 59, Hertha Road, Innaloo.
2. That, at the time of consideration of the Responsible Authority Report, Council CONSIDERS that an Elected Member makes a deputation request to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel meeting regarding the proposed 28 multiple dwellings (amendment) Lot 90, House Number 38, Geneff Street and Lot 89, House Number 59, Hertha Road, Innaloo. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganDavid BoothmanAnnual Report 2019/202013.30321/057

Council Resolution

0321/057

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Boothman
That Council ACCEPTS the Annual Report of the City of Stirling for the year 2019/2020, incorporating the 2019/2020 Annual Financial Statements and the 2019/2020 Auditor Generals’ Report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Felicity FarrellyElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Beach Access Matting at Brighton Beach, Scarborough14.10321/058

Council Resolution

0321/058

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council ENDORSES the engagement of a specialised Access Consultant to review the City’s coastline and identify the most appropriate location/s and equipment to improve beach accessibility for all. 

2. That a further report be PRESENTED to Council by June 2021 identifying the options and costs of improving the beach access path at Brighton Beach to improve accessibility for people with disability and/or mobility limitations.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - Superannuation for Elected Members14.20321/059

Council Resolution

0321/059

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
That a report be PRESENTED to Council outlining possible options for the provision of the payment of superannuation for the Mayor and Elected Members and that the report update recent superannuation provisions as per other Councils within Australia.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - Parking and Security Fleet Vehicles to be Electric Vehicles by 202414.30321/060

Council Resolution

0321/060

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 27 July 2021 which identifies:- 

a. The costs and impacts of transitioning the City’s Parking and Security fleet vehicles to Electric Vehicles by 2024; and
b. Recommended locations and associated costs for the necessary vehicle charging stations for all vehicles by 2024. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

16 March 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Karen CaddyFelicity FarrellyProposed Mixed Use Development - Seven Multiple Dwellings and One Commercial Tenancy - Lot 1, House Number 331, West Coast Drive, Trigg (Yelo Site development)17.10321/005

Council Resolution

0321/005

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Farrelly
1. That Council ENDORSES the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel, which recommends REFUSAL of the proposed Mixed-Use Development - Seven Multiple Dwellings and One Commercial Tenancy at Lot 1, House Number 331, West Coast Drive, Trigg. 

2. That Council REITERATES its reasons for refusal, from its meeting held

David LaganBianca SandriProcurement Internal Audit Report12.1/IA20321/006

Council Resolution

0321/006

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council RECEIVES the Procurement Internal Audit Report.
2. That the ‘medium’ rated observations be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriChris HattonCity of Stirling Integrity Strategy and Integrity and Misconduct Management Practice12.1/CG10321/007

Council Resolution

0321/007

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Hatton
That the Item relating to City of Stirling Integrity Strategy and Integrity and Misconduct Management Practice be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 30 March 2021 to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca Sandri2020 Compliance Audit Return12.1/CG20321/008

Council Resolution

0321/008

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council ADOPTS the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries Compliance Audit Return for the period 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020, as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That Council AUTHORISES the certification to be jointly completed by the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Local Government (Audit) Regulations 1996.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKaren CaddyCity of Stirling Strategic Risk Details Report12.1/CG30321/009

Council Resolution

0321/009

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council RECEIVES the updated City of Stirling Strategic Risk Details Report as shown in Attachment 2.

2. That the City CONSIDERS risks of technical and legislative obsolescence of City assets and investments in the next quarterly strategic risk report to the Audit Committee.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleCorporate Credit Card Usage 29 June 2020 to 28 December 202012.1/A10321/013

Council Resolution

0321/011

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council NOTES the usage of the City’s corporate credit cards by officers from 29 June 2020 to 28 December 2020.
2. That the Council Policy be REVIEWED to maximise ratepayers’ return on expenditure, including the potential for the accrual of credit card points.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleLOT 14691, HOUSE NUMBER 2, PLANTATION STREET, MENORA - LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN12.2/DS10321/014

Council Resolution

0321/014

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Item DS1 - Lot 14691, House Number 2, Plantation Street, Menora - Local Development Plan be REFERRED to the Planning and Development Committee meeting to be held 20 April 2021 to allow further consideration by Elected Members.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdalePLANNING INCENTIVES FOR TREE RETENTION12.2/CP10321/015

Council Resolution

0321/015

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That the City’s officers ENGAGE with the development industry to ascertain what planning incentives could be offered to support tree retention on development sites.

2. That a further report on the potential for planning incentives that could be offered to support tree retention be PRESENTED to a Planning and Development Committee in the second half of 2021, following engagement with the development industry.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyElizabeth ReDRAFT STATE PLANNING POLICY 7.3 - RESIDENTIAL DESIGN CODES - VOLUME 1 LOW AND MEDIUM DENSITY - PROPOSED CITY OF STIRLING SUBMISSION12.2/CP20321/016

Council Resolution

0321/016

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council ENDORSES the proposed City of Stirling submission on Draft State Planning Policy 7.3 – Residential Design Codes Volume 1 – Low and Medium Density, as shown in Attachment 1 with the following amendment:-

a. That the submission includes specific support for Clause 2.3.8 as it provides development concessions for retaining existing trees on site. 

2. That the Mayor WRITES to the Minister for Planning expressing concern at the lack of effective community engagement, given that this proposal has the potential to impact on 58,000 dwellings (59% of all dwellings in the City of Stirling).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudDavid LaganSMALL BUSINESS FRIENDLY APPROVALS PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION12.2/A10321/018

Council Resolution

0321/018

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That Council NOTES the implementation of the Small Business Friendly Approvals Project Action Plan.
2. That the Mayor WRITES to the Small Business Development Corporation to thank them for involving the City in the Small Business Friendly Approvals Pilot Project.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriChief Executive Officer Model Standards and draft Acting and Temporary Chief Executive Officer Policy13.10321/019

Council Resolution

0321/019

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council ADOPTS the Model Standards as the City’s Standards for Chief Executive Officer Recruitment, Performance and Termination.
2. That Council ADOPTS the Acting and Temporary Chief Executive Officer Policy.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyKaren CaddyTrial Improvement to Committees13.20321/020

Council Resolution

0321/020

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council ENDORSES the trial, from April 2021, of the change to the Committees by adding ‘Property Services’ to the Planning and Development Committee Terms of Reference. 
2. That Council APPROVES the amended Terms of Reference for the Community and Resources Committee and Planning and Development Committee for the trial period.
3. That a review of the outcomes of the trial period be PRESENTED to Council at the same time as Council considers Terms of Reference for Committees following the October 2021 Council elections.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriChief Executive Officer Model Standards and draft Acting and Temporary Chief Executive Officer Policy13.10321/019

Council Resolution

0321/019

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council ADOPTS the Model Standards as the City’s Standards for Chief Executive Officer Recruitment, Performance and Termination.
2. That Council ADOPTS the Acting and Temporary Chief Executive Officer Policy.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleAppointment of Alternate Representative to the Committee for Perth13.30321/021

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the amending motion be PUT in accordance with Clause 10.8 of the City of Stirling Meeting Procedures Local Law 2009. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the motion be PUT in accordance with Clause 10.8 of the City of Stirling Meeting Procedures Local Law 2009. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/4).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly, Hatton, Re and Spagnolo.

Council Resolution

0321/021

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Councillor Karen Caddy be APPOINTED as the City of Stirling’s alternative representative to the Committee for Perth until 16 October 2021.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/4).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly, Re, Spagnolo and Thornton.
 

Felicity FarrellyElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - External Minutes Notification14.10321/022

Council Resolution

0321/022

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Re
That Elected Members be NOTIFIED through the Friday Update of the release of agendas and minutes of the following external meetings:-

1. Mindarie Regional Council;
2. Tamala Park;
3. Transport Liaison/Working Group (West Coast Highway future planning collaboration); and
4. Metro North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - External Minutes Notification14.10321/022

Council Resolution

0321/022

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Re
That Elected Members be NOTIFIED through the Friday Update of the release of agendas and minutes of the following external meetings:-

1. Mindarie Regional Council;
2. Tamala Park;
3. Transport Liaison/Working Group (West Coast Highway future planning collaboration); and
4. Metro North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karlo PerkovKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Karlo Perkov - Community Hub, Hamersley14.20321/023

Council Resolution

0321/023

Moved Councillor Perkov, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the City INVESTIGATES the feasibility and community need for the establishment of a multi-purpose community hub at Stirling Leisure Centres – Hamersley and Aintree Eglinton Reserve in Hamersley, and that a report be PRESENTED to Council by December 2021.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor David Boothman  - Advertising and Social Media Policy Review14.30321/024

Council Resolution

0321/024

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council ENDORSES the continued use of social media for advertising and communication purposes on the basis that these platforms comply with Australian Law and maintain community standards that align with the City’s core values.

2. That Council RECEIVES a biannual update via the Elected Member Portal identifying expenditure, cost effectiveness and reach associated with the City’s social media advertising.

3. That the City INVESTIGATES development of an app for devices, for residents and ratepayers to access the City’s website for general information and reporting matters, with a report presented to Council by May 2021 to inform the consideration of funds being listed on the draft 2021/22 budget.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Joe FerranteBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Joe Ferrante - Start Up Tech Hub14.40321/025

Council Resolution

0321/025

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That a task be ADDED to the draft Economic and Tourism Development Strategy 2020 – 2025 to examine the potential to establish a start-up tech hub at Scarborough beachfront locations and the Osborne Park area.

2. That a report be PRESENTED to the Council Meeting to be held 29 June 2021 exploring initiatives in establishing a start-up tech hub at Scarborough beachfront locations and the Osborne Park area.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

23 February 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Keith SargentStephanie ProudExtension of Contract for the Provision of Illuminated Street Signs Within The City of Stirling12.1/ES10221/022

Council Resolution

0221/022

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council ENDORSES the extension of the contract with Claude Outdoor Pty Ltd for the Provision of Illuminated Street Signs within the City of Stirling for the optional second five-year period, on the basis that signs are removed from the following locations that present an amenity issue to abutting residents:- 
a.  Intersection of Flora Terrace and Castle Road (SE corner), Trigg; 
b.  Intersection of West Coast Drive and North Beach Road (NE corner), North Beach; and 
c.  Intersection of West Coast Highway and Ventnor Street (SW corner), Scarborough.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

2. That the Illuminated Street Signs Policy be AMENDED to include the following Clause 2.9:-
“Signs shall not be permitted in the suburbs of Watermans Bay, North Beach, Trigg and Scarborough.”

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/5).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Sandri, Sargent and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Perkov, Proud, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.

3. That Council ENDORSES the exemption of fees that the contractor is required to pay to the City for a period of one year for any signs that are removed at Council's request.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Councillor Caddy and Mayor Irwin.
 

Lisa ThorntonAdam SpagnoloCampion Community Garden Application12.1/PS20221/023

Council Resolution

0221/023

Moved Councillor Thornton, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council ENDORSES community consultation to begin in April 2021 for the proposed Campion Community Garden at Keith Clarke Reserve,

David LaganKeith SargenReconsideration: Acquisiton, Closure and Dedication of Right of Way 29022 being Lot 66, House Number 46R, Normanby Road, Inglewood12.1/PRS30221/024

Council Resolution

0221/024

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council NOTES that the application submitted to the Minister for Lands relating to the acquisition and subsequent partial closure and dedication of Right of Way 29022, being Lot 66, House Number 46R, Normanby Road, Inglewood cannot proceed on the basis that the adjoining owner’s consent to the proposal has been withdrawn.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteTender for Inglewood Oval (Moyle Pavilion) Clubroom 1 and Hamer Park Clubroom 2 Redevelopment12.1/TE30221/025

Council Resolution

0221/025

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That the Tender from Geared Construction Pty Ltd for the Inglewood Oval Clubroom 1 (Moyle Pavilion) and Hamer Park Clubroom 2 Redevelopment be ACCEPTED at the fixed price lump sum of $4,660,469.15 (excluding GST).

2. That Council APPROVES the inclusion of $2,677,827.00 in the 2021/2022 Building Capital Works programme for the Inglewood Hamer Redevelopment.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteExtension of Bushland Maintenance and Conservation Services contract12.1/PS10221/027

Council Resolution

0221/027

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the exercising of the extension option for the Bushland Maintenance and Conservation Services within the City of Stirling contract be APPROVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteInstallation of plaques to document the history of City of Stirling buildings and reserves - Update Report12.1/CS10221/028

Council Resolution

0221/028

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council RECEIVES the update report on Installation of Plaques to document the history of City of Stirling Buildings and Reserves.  
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteImplementation of Child Safety Officers in local government12.1/CS20221/029

Council Resolution

0221/029

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council AUTHORISES the City’s Director Community Development to participate in the State Government consultation process with the Local Government sector in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteSchedule of Accounts for Period 4 Ending 31 October 2020, Period 5 Ending 30 November 2020 and Period 6 Ending 31 December 202012.1/F10221/030

Council Resolution

0221/030

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 4, 1 October – 31 October 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $22,383,022.40
Trust Fund          21,667.00
TOTAL $22,404,689.40
2. That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 5, 1 November – 30 November 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund  $36,132,537.75
Reserve Fund       28,458.31
TOTAL $36,160,996.06
3. That the schedule of cheques and payments made for Period 6, 1 December – 31 December 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $32,155,858.76
Trust Fund            3,443.39
TOTAL $32,159,302.15
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Months Ending 30 November and 31 December 202012.1/F20221/031

Council Resolution

0221/031

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 November 2020 be RECEIVED.
2. That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 December 2020 be RECEIVED. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteNew Leases to the Scout Association of Australia, Western Australian Branch12.1/PRS10221/032

1. That Council APPROVES new leases to the Scout Association of Australia, Western Australian Branch Inc over the following premises:-
a. Portion of Lot 1432, House Number 6A, Villiers Street, Yokine;
b. Whole of Lot 5, House Number 5, Glendale Avenue, Hamersley;
c. Portion of Lot 13988, House Number 46, Huntriss Road, Gwelup;
d. Portion of Lot 501, House Number 11, Harvest Terrace, Scarborough; and
e. Portion of Lot 8688, House Number 51, Delawney Street, Balcatta.
2. That the new leases to the Scout Association of Australia, Western Australian Branch Inc be DETERMINED on the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of five years;
b. A further term of five years; and
c. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $300 plus GST.
3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to all necessary documentation required to effect these Leases.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteNew lease over portion of Lot 1089, House Number 11, Lemana Court, Nollamara to Organisation of African Communities in Western Australia12.1/PRS20221/033

Council Resolution

0221/033

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Lot 1089, House Number 11, Lemana Court, Nollamara, to the Organisation of African Communities in Western Australia Inc. subject to the Lessee obtaining grant funding to upgrade the premises and in line with the following provisions:-
a. An initial term of five years;
b. A further term of five years;
c. Annual rental at the commencement to the lease to be set at $500 plus GST;
d. Rent and Outgoings free period to apply for 12 months from the commencement of the lease;
e. Rent to be reviewed annually by CPI; and
f. Surrender the Lessee’s current lease over Crown Reserve 24248, Lot 5603, House Number 225b, Flinders Street, Yokine.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the new lease between the City of Stirling and the Organisation of African Communities in Western Australia Inc. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteLicence to the Rotary Club of Karrinyup Inc over Portion of Lot 799, House Number 25, Cedric Street, Stirling12.1/PRS40221/034

Council Resolution

0221/034

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES a new licence over portion Lot 799, House Number 25, Cedric Street, Stirling to the Rotary Club of Karrinyup Inc. with the following essential terms:- 

a. A term of five years commencing on 11 March 2021 to operate every Sunday between the hours of 6.30am and 12.30pm with trading between 7.30am and 11.30am; 
b. One further term of five years commencing on 11 March 2026 to be granted at the sole discretion of the City of Stirling; 
c. Licence Fee at the commencement of the licence be set at $300 plus GST per annum; and 
d. Use of the premises to be in line with the conditions imposed under Development Approval DA14/3188. 

2. That Council APPROVES for the ‘Grassed Area’ shown in Attachment 2 to be included within the Licence Area and designated for the purposes of ‘Customer Seating Area/Tables and Chairs’.

3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the licence.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteVariation of lease to Ishar Mulitcultural Women's Health Centre Inc over portion of Stirling Community Centre - Kevin Smith at Lot 503, House Number 21, Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka12.1/PRS50221/035

Council Resolution

0221/035

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES a variation of lease between the City and Ishar Multicultural Women’s Health Centre Inc over portion of Kevin Smith Centre, Lot 503, House Number 21, Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka to incorporate the following essential terms:-
a. Vary the existing further term from ‘two years’ to ‘five years’ commencing on 1 May 2022 and expiring 30 April 2027 to be referred to as the ‘first further term’; and
b. Include a ‘second further term’ of ‘five years’ commencing on 1 May 2027 and expiring 30 April 2032.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to any necessary documentation required to effect the lease.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteTender for Electrical Maintenance Services12.1/TE10221/036

Council Resolution

0221/036

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tenders from:-

· Greenlite Electrical Contractors Pty Ltd

· Tri Tech Group Pty Ltd trading as Janissen Electrics, and

· Access Without Barriers Pty Ltd trading as AWB Co.

for Electrical Maintenance Services be ACCEPTED at the Schedule of Rates shown at Confidential Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteTender for Plumbing and Gas Maintenance Services12.1/TE20221/037

Council Resolution

0221/037

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tenders from:-

· Access Without Barriers Pty Ltd trading as AWB Co.

· The Trustee for Radford Family Trust trading as AFM Plumbing Services

· The Trustee for MR Hoskins Family Trust trading as AE Hoskins Building Services

for Plumbing and Gas Maintenance Services be ACCEPTED at the Schedule of Rates as shown in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteProperty Strategy: Management and Financial Report- January 202112.1/9.10221/038

Council Resolution

0221/038

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council RECEIVES the Property Strategy Financial and Management Report for the City’s Investment Portfolio for the period ending 31 December 2020 as detailed in Attachment 1.

2. That Council RECEIVES the Property Strategy Progress Report for January 2021 as detailed in Attachment 2.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKaren CaddyElected Member Code of Conduct13.10221/039

Council Resolution

0221/039

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council ADOPTS the Model Code of Conduct in the Local Government (Model Code of Conduct) Regulations 2021 as the City of Stirling’s Code of Conduct for Elected Members, Committee Members and Candidates.
2. That Council APPOINTS the Mayor as the person responsible for receiving complaints about a Councillor, and the Deputy Mayor as the person responsible for receiving complaints about the Mayor.
3. That Council APPROVES the form shown in Attachment 3 as the form for making a complaint.
4. That Council APPROVES the method of submitting a complaint to be by email to the Mayor, or to the Deputy Mayor in the case of a complaint about the Mayor.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Stephanie Proud - Speed Limit Reduction Trial on Scarborough Beach Road14.10221/040

Council Resolution

0221/040

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the City WRITES to Main Roads Western Australia requesting a two-year speed reduction trial from 60km/h to 40km/h on Scarborough Beach Road between Northstead Street, Scarborough and St Brigids Terrace, Doubleview.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - External Minutes Notification14.20221/041

Council Resolution

0221/041

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Item relating to Notice of Motion – Councillor Felicity Farrelly – External Minutes Notification be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 16 March 2021 to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Joe FerranteBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Joe Ferrante - Feasibility of Community Battery Project14.30221/042

Council Resolution

0221/042

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the City EVALUATES the feasibility, benefits and costs of a proposed community battery storage bank in comparison with other potential community renewable energy programs, with the results of this assessment informing the development of the City’s Sustainability Strategy.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyAdam SpagnoloNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Normalisation of the Scarborough Redevelopment Area14.40221/043

Council Resolution

0221/043

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council NOTES that a progress update on the normalisation of the Scarborough Redevelopment Area will be provided to Elected Members by the end of April 2021.

2. That the Mayor WRITES to DevelopmentWA to seek its commitment in writing that while the process to transfer planning authority of the Scarborough Redevelopment Area back to the City of Stirling is taking place, the Scarborough Redevelopment Area planning framework and guidelines are adhered to in its assessment of all development applications.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

9 February 2021

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Adam SpagnoloJoe FerranteLot 89, House Number 314, Selby Street North, Osborne Park, Industrial - Additions - Amendment DA18/047512.1/DS10221/004

Council Resolution

0221/004

Moved Councillor Spagnolo, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That pursuant to Clause 77(4) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for Industrial Additions - Amendment to DA18/0475 at Lot 89, House Number 314, Selby Street North, Osborne Park be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
a. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued;
b. The owner(s) of Lot 89, House Number 314, Selby Street North, Osborne Park must register an easement over that lot and an easement over the adjoining Lot 88, each securing a reciprocal right of carriageway over the other lot in relation to the access way(s) shown on the approved plans, to the satisfaction of the City;
c. All off street parking to be available onsite during business hours for all customers and employees, to the satisfaction of the City;
d. The premises is to be limited to a maximum of 12 employees on site at any one time, to the satisfaction of the City, unless further development approval is obtained;
e. No goods or materials are to be stored, either temporarily or permanently, in the parking or landscape areas or within access driveways. All goods and materials are to be stored within the buildings or storage yards, where provided;
f. Any redundant crossover(s) shall be removed and the kerbing and road verge reinstated at the owner’s cost in accordance with City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access, to the satisfaction of the City;
g. 44 car parking bays and related access ways as shown on the approved plans shall be constructed and thereafter maintained in accordance with AS/NZS2890.1:2004, to the satisfaction of the City;
h. Fourteen bicycle bays are to be located on site in accordance with the Australian Standards AS2890.3:2015, to the satisfaction of the City; 
i. All signage is to be in strict accordance with the City's Local Planning Policy 6.1 Advertising Signs, unless further development approval is obtained; 
j. All landscaped areas are to be planted, reticulated and mulched in accordance with the approved plan prior to occupation of the development and maintained in accordance with the City of Stirling’s Policy 6.6 – Landscaping, to the satisfaction of the City;
k. 28 advanced trees must be planted on site in the area indicated on the approved plan and be thereafter maintained. The trees must be provided with a minimum 9m2 of soil space and a minimum dimension of 2m at ground level free of intrusions, to the satisfaction of the City; 
l. Planting of two new street trees at the applicant’s cost will be scheduled to occur in the next available planting season after the completion of the development. The owner shall pay the planting costs prior to commencement of development as determined by the City’s Street and Reserve Trees Policy; and
m. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve, to the satisfaction of the City.
2. That pursuant to Clause 5.8.2 of the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3, a

Lisa ThorntonAdam SpagnoloLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.112 - Main Street District Centre and Associated Local Development Plan - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CP10221/005

Council Resolution

0221/005

Moved Councillor Thornton, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS Amendment No.112 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 (in a modified form) as shown in Attachments 1 and 2.

2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.112 documents, and that the Amendment be REFERRED to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.

3. That Council ADOPTS the modified Main Street Local Development Plan, as shown in Attachment 3, in accordance with Clause 52(1), Schedule 2, Part 6 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, subject to the following modification:-

Amend 3.3 b) vii to read “Leaving sufficient space for future multi storey, mixed use development that incorporates public car bays equal to that currently provided on the site.”

4. That Council NOTES that the Main Street Local Development Plan does not become operational until Amendment No.112 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 is gazetted.

5. That Council UNDERTAKES a further Feasibility Study on the potential Mixed Use Development of the existing Public Car Park at Lot 340 and Lot 4, House Numbers 223 and 223A, Main Street, Osborne Park by 2025.

6. That the Main Street Urban Design Strategy be MODIFIED as outlined in the officers’ report to provide further clarity on the ultimate form and function of the civic space.

7. That the City INVESTIGATES and that a report is PRESENTED to Council on interim options for civic space in and around Lot 340 and Lot 4, House Numbers 223 and 223A, Main Street, Osborne Park, within three months of an agreement with Main Roads on the design of the intersection of Main Street and Hutton Street.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Amendment No.115 - Omnibus - Initiation12.1/CP20221/006

Council Resolution

0221/006

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PREPARES (initiates) Amendment No.115 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That pursuant to Regulation 35 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council RESOLVES that, in its opinion, Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.115 is a Standard Amendment as it is an amendment that does not result in any significant environmental, social, economic or governance impacts on land in the scheme area. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyKaren CaddyLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Amendment No.120 - Proposed Modifications to the Development Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works - Preparation12.1/CP30221/007

Council Resolution

0221/007

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PREPARES Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.120 as shown in Attachment 1, to modify Schedule 11A ‘Development Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works’ by:-
a. Removing the whole of Rights of Way No.29013, 28023 and part of Rights of Way No.18005 and 22042 from the Development Contribution Area 5; 
b. Inserting the whole of Right of Way No.16079 into the Development Contribution Area 5; and
c. Exempting subdivisions that are undertaken solely for the purpose of ceding land for public uses as an event for which cost contribution is payable. 
2. That pursuant to Regulation 35 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council RESOLVES that, in its opinion, Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.120 is a Complex Amendment as it proposes to amend a Development Contribution Plan.
3. That as part of the advertising of Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.120, the owners of land adjacent to Right of Way 16079 be ADVISED it is proposed to be designated a Category 2 ROW to reflect its strategic potential to offset the negative impacts of infill developments. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyFelicity FarrellyDraft State Planning Policy 4.2 - Activity Centres - Proposed City of Stirling Submission12.1/CP40221/008

Council Resolution

0221/008

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That Council ENDORSES the proposed City of Stirling submission on Draft State Planning Policy 4.2 – Activity Centres, as shown in Attachment 1, subject to:-

a.  Part 1 of the submission including a submission point to modify Outcome 5 by replacing the word ‘maximised’ with the word ‘suitable’ so that it reads:- 

“The density and diversity of housing in and around activity centres is suitable to improve land efficiency and housing variety and assist with delivering the objectives and outcomes of the strategic planning framework for the applicable region.” 

b.  An additional submission point at part one recommending an additional policy outcome as follows:- 

“The bulk and scale of residential and non-residential buildings in the activity centre are cognisant of the surrounding neighbourhood with due regard for the capacity of the surrounding road network and public transport infrastructure. The activity centre interfaces with the surrounding neighbourhood in a way that maintains or enhances its amenity values.” 

c.  Delete the sentence at part 9 of the submission that reads:- 

“The wording in the policy should also be revisited to ensure land use diversity and higher density housing be mandatory rather than simply encouraged.” 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudBianca SandriRenaming of Stephenson Avenue and the Stephenson Avenue Extension12.1/CP50221/009

Council Resolution

0221/009

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Item 12.1/CP5 – ‘Renaming of Stephenson Avenue and the Stephenson Avenue Extension’ be REFERRED to a future Planning and Development Committee in order to provide further information on the history of Stephenson Avenue, and options for community consultation.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriInglewood Heritage Protection Area - Outcomes of Community Engagement12.1/CP60221/010

Council Resolution

0221/010

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council NOTES the outcomes of consultation with residents and landowners in the Inglewood Heritage Protection Area.
2. That Council NOTES that a further report on the review of Local Planning Policy 3.1 - Character Guidelines for Inglewood will be presented to Council following further community engagement and a community workshop. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyDavid LaganApproval of Consultant Brief - Trackless Tram Business Case Feasibility and Scope Definition13.10221/011

Council Resolution

0221/011

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That Council APPROVES the project brief for ‘Package 1 – Trackless Tram Business Case Feasibility and Scope Definition’.
2. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to approve the project brief, complete the procurement process and enter into a contract for ‘Package 2 – Trackless Tram Business Case Development’.
3. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to accept variations to both ‘Package 1’ and ‘Package 2’ projects within the total project budget.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentBianca SandriDonation to Wooroloo and Hills Bushfire 2021 Appeal13.20221/012

Council Resolution

0221/012

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the City of Stirling CONTRIBUTES a $10,000 donation towards the Lord Mayor’s Wooroloo and Hills Bushfire 2021 Appeal to support those affected by the bushfires.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Keith Sargent - Children's Secret Garden14.10221/013

Council Resolution

0221/013

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the City continues to INVESTIGATE potential locations for a secret garden children’s nature play area and that a report be PRESENTED to Council when a viable location is found.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Stephanie Proud - Entry Statements14.20221/014

Council Resolution

0221/014

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council CONSIDERS the replacement of existing City of Stirling entry statements and the addition of new entry statements to be placed at strategic entry points to the City of Stirling;
2. The overall design of the new entry statements to CONSIDER Aboriginal connection to country and the inclusion of additional artistic features designed as part of a local community arts project.
3. That an Elected Member workshop BE HELD to discuss the proposed designs and locations prior to approval.
4. That Council CONSIDERS listing partial funding within the draft 2021/2022 budget to replace, design and install the new entry statements.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Joe FerranteKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Bianca Sandri - Shade Sails Inglewood14.30221/015

Council Resolution

0221/015

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Caddy

That the Item relating to Notice of Motion – Councillor Bianca Sandri – Shade Sails Inglewood be REFERRED to a future Community and Resources Committee meeting to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members regarding tree shadowing. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriDavid LaganNotice of Motion - Councillor Bianca Sandri - Amenities Macauley Park, Inglewood14.40221/016

Council Resolution

0221/016

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan
That the City INVESTIGATES diversified recreational play areas, additional seating and barbeques at Macaulay Park, Inglewood.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Lisa ThorntonAdam SpagnoloNotice of Motion - Councillor Lisa Thornton - Business case in conjunction with Sustainable Energy Action Plan14.50221/017

Council Resolution

0221/017

Moved Councillor Thornton, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That a high-level business case is PREPARED, concurrently, with the Sustainable Energy Action Plan report into the economic viability of proposed actions including the potential for earlier adoption of solar rooftop panels, solar car park panels and battery storage due to many recent advances in solar cell and battery technology and lowering of costs.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Adam SpagnoloLisa ThorntonNotice of Motion - Councillor Adam Spagnolo - Open Space in Osborne Park14.60221/018

Council Resolution

0221/018

Moved Councillor Spagnolo, seconded Councillor Thornton
1. That the City, as a matter of urgency, takes steps to IDENTIFY Public Open Space opportunities in the Osborne Park area as a short-term solution to compliment the provisions of Public Open Space proposed under the Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan.

2. That the City ENSURES that the modified Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan meets the Public Open Space requirements for new residents in accordance with the City’s Local Planning Strategy.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Keith Sargent - Street Signs of Significance14.70221/019

Council Resolution

0221/019

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council CONSIDERS listing $20,000 within the draft 2021/2022 budget to enable the installation of local history information signage, attached to selected street name signs, recognising people and/or places of significance.   

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.