Uniform General By-Laws - (Section 30 Subsection 1) New Subdivisions and Re-Subdivisions

11/Nov/1998 - Current (at 31 Dec 2005)
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    2. Plans

    Plans which accompany applications in accordance with the next preceding by-law shall be drawn on a white background and coloured to illustrate the proposal. Plans shall be drawn to a scale not smaller than five chains to an inch and shall show therein:

    (a) The dimensions and areas of the lot or lots which it is proposed to re-subdivide.

    (b) The dimensions and areas of the lot or lots which it is proposed to establish.

    (c) The position, type, use and condition of all or any buildings on the subject land.

    (d) Contours at intervals of not more than five feet for any area or areas to be subdivided greater than three acres; provided that intervals of less than five feet, or levels showing heights in special cases, where they may be required by the Board, or greater contour intervals may be permitted should the topography of the land warrant it and the Board approve;

    (e) At least 100 feet reservation fronting seashore, lake sides, or banks of streams (exclusive of any road width), and to rear of any lot or lots shall abut such reservation unless expressly approved by the Board;

    (f) Flood levels, land liable to inundation, swamps, streams, and any land not naturally drained or having a natural outlet on the surface of the land;

    (g) Location, name, widths of adjoining streets and roads, together with size and shape of adjoining lots or portions.

Note: This is not an authorised version. The only authorised version is the hardcopy (printed) version published under authority of the Government Printer, available from the State Law Publisher, 10 William St Perth W.A. 6000.