Public Notices

1. Council's For Your Information Advertisement

Council publishes a fortnightly advertisement in the local paper, The Regional Independent. Below you will find the latest advertisement.

You can download the latest For Your Information Advertisement as a PDF here.(PDF, 1MB)

2. Development applications and modifications on notification

View the development applications and modifications currently on notification.

3. Land Acquisition

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1993
LAND ACQUISITION (JUST TERMS COMPENSATION) ACT 1991
NOTICE OF COMPULSORY ACQUISITION OF LAND

Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council declares with the approval of Her Excellency the Governor that the lands described in Schedule 1 below, excluding the interests described in Schedule 2 below are acquired by compulsory process in accordance with the provisions of the Land Acquisition (Just Terms Compensation) Act 1991 for Bungendore Sports Hub, Access & Bungendore Sewerage Treatment Works Expansion. 

Dated at  Queanbeyan this 14th day of  September 2020

Peter Tegart
General Manager

Schedule 1
Lots 1, 2 & 3 DP1262898 being part of the lands in folios 1/1137743, 2/1137743 and 1/198376 

Schedule 2
DP735199 Easement for Transmission Line 16 Wide Affecting the Part Designated (T) in the Title Diagram

DP735199 Easement for Transmission Line 16 Wide Affecting the Part affecting the Part(S) so burdened in DP735199 the Title Diagram

AF480298 Easement to Drain Sewage and Water 3, 5, 10.5 & 15 Wide in the Title Diagram

AF480298 Easement to Drain Water 3, 5, 10.5 & 15 Wide affecting Lot 2 DP1137743 Designated (S) in DP1137743

AG182350 Easement for underground Powerlines 2 Metre(s) Wide affecting the Part(s) as sown in the Plan with AG182350

4. Road name proposal

Notice is hereby given that Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council, in pursuance of Section 163 of the Roads Act 1993 and Part 2 of the Roads Regulation 2008 proposes to use the following names as road names within the Council area:

Neilsen Road

Extends 1.727 km east off Charleys Forest Road

The Neilsen family were pioneers of this area and owned property from this road through to the Budawang Ranges. Almost all the Neilsen family from Charleys Forest are buried in the Heritage listed cemetery located on the adjacent property ‘Valeston’, where the Neilsen family lived.

Bondola Road

Extends 1.082 km east off Charleys Forest Road

Properties off this road go through the large property of what was once called Bondola and is still referred to as Bondola, by locals, to this day. This area was settled in the early 1920’s. As the origin of the word Bondola is not known it has become part of the local vernacular.

Maher Lane

Extends 1.035 km south east off Sawyers Ridge Road

The Maher family (free settlers from Ireland) owned property to the east and south of this lane in the 1850’s, the Maher family fostered a great community association in this time. Descendants of the Maher family still live in Reidsdale and the family have all been committed to the RC church and community. They were also involved in the Reidsdale Co-operative Cheese Factory.

Lilyvale Road

Lilyvale Road comes off Boro Road, and extends in a south westerly direction for 5 km.

The name Lilyvale originates from the name of the subdivision that commenced over 20 years ago in this area called ‘Lilyvale Estate’. The road that was established as part of this subdivision was dubbed Lilyvale Road, and the local residents have been using this name ever since.

Rose Valley Road

Rose Valley Road is off Charleys Forest Road (Wog Wog) and extends 5.1 km.

The name Rose Valley comes from an old pine plantation that was operating in this local area over 20 years ago. Different sections of the plantation operation were given certain names to differentiate each zone. The name given to this particular section was Rose Valley. The locals have always known the area to be Rose Valley, and have used that name for their access road for quite some time now.

For further information please contact Customer Service on 1300 735 025. Written comments are invited and will be received up to 22 October 2020. Comments can be made via:

Email to: council@qprc.nsw.gov.au

Post to: Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council, PO Box 90, Queanbeyan NSW 2620

5. Tenders for Queanbeyan Sewage Treatment Plant

CONTRACT NO2020-54 - Screening and Screenings Washing Equipment for QSTP Upgrade

Council is seeking tenders from suitable companies for the design, manufacture and supply of the screening and screenings washing equipment for the Queanbeyan Sewage Treatment Plant (QSTP) inlet works. The scope includes providing installation and commissioning assistance.

CONTRACT NO2020-55 - GRIT REMOVAL EQUIPMENT FOR QSTP UPGRADE

Council is seeking tenders from suitable companies for the design, manufacture and supply of the grit removal system equipment for Queanbeyan Sewage Treatment Plant (STP). The scope includes installation and commissioning assistance.

CONTRACT NO2020-56 - Bioreactor, Digestor, Aeration, Mixing, Scour QSTP

Council is seeking tenders from suitable companies for the design, manufacture and supply of aeration requirements and bioreactor mixing for the Queanbeyan STP (QSTP). The scope includes providing installation and commissioning assistance. The supply includes the supply of blowers for air scour of the Dissolved Air Flotation and Filtration (DAFF) plant provided by others. The mechanical equipment and components include all mixers for the bioreactor including supports and cranes/davits used for removal, oxidation ditch diffused aeration system including specialised lifting frames, digester diffused aeration system (droppers, laterals and diffusers) including specialised lifting frames, bioreactor blower system, digester blower system and air scour blower system.

CONTRACT NO2020-57 - UV Disinfection Equipment for Queanbeyan STP upgrade

Council is seeking tenders from suitable companies for the design, manufacture, supply of the UV disinfection equipment for Queanbeyan Sewage Treatment Plant (QSTP). The scope includes providing installation and commissioning assistance.

For all tenders

Interested parties are required to register via the website www.tenderlink.com/qprc to download the documents at no charge. Contract enquiries should be directed to Eli Ramsland via the online forum accessed on the portal. If you experience difficulties accessing the above website, please call the Tenderlink Helpdesk on 1800 233 533. There will be no briefing meeting or site inspection held. The closing date and time for tender submissions is 2pm on Thursday 22 October 2020.