Keiley Hunter, town planner Coffs Harbour, features here her project portfolio as:
· Town planner Coffs Harbour
· Town Planner North Coast
· Town Planner Mid North Coast
· Town Planner New England North West
Projects awarded to Keiley Hunter include several strategic planning studies undertaken for the Coffs Harbour City Council and Glen Innes Severn Council as well as a range of other strategic and development control projects for other local councils.
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS:
HQ Concrete Concrete Batching Plant EIS Referees: John Farlow, Director HQ Concrete, 0413 973 600
Cable Pipe & Search (CPS) Liquid Waste Management Facility EIS Referee: Stephen Sawtell, 0488 332 480
CTK Resources, Lookout Road Quarry EIS, Wauchope. Referee: Graham Lockett, 0417 656 599
LOCAL GOVERNMENT RELIEF PLANNING:
Glen Innes Severn Council Preparation of the shire-wide draft Glen Innes Severn Local Environmental Plan prepared using the Standard Instrument. Referees: Graham Price, Director Development & Environmental Services, Ph. 02 6730 2365. Craig Diss, Team Leader – Tamworth Land Use Planning and Strategy, Northern Region Department of Planning and Infrastructure, 02 6701 9685.
Bellingen Shire Council (Relief) Senior Development Assessment Planner on contract to Council from May 2009 to May 2011. Referee: Denique Littler 0408 117 269
Uralla Shire Council (Relief) Senior Development Assessment Planner on contract to Council from June 2015 to May 2016. Referee: Elizabeth Cumming, Manager of Planning, Ph. 0427 563 975
Kempsey Shire Council Contract planner to Council in the role of mentoring the strategic planning team, guiding the preparation of the Comprehensive LEP and project managing two major rezoning applications. The Saltwater draft LEP involved 112 hectares of rural land rezoned for residential and environmental protection purposes, the preparation of a site DCP and negotiations between the proponents, Council and DECCW regarding a Voluntary Planning Agreement. The Old School House draft LEP involved rezoning a prominent but highly constrained site for medium density residential purposes. Referee: Robert Pitt Ph. 0265 663241
Environmental Study (LES) -Project management of LES supporting a rezoning of agricultural zoned land for industrial purposes. The draft LEP Amendment rezoned the land for industrial and conservation purposes. Referee: Robert Pitt, Ph. 0265 663241
LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS:
Coffs Harbour City Council North Boambee Valley Planning Proposal. I was the strategic planner responsible for the preparation of the Planning Proposal in conjunction with the remainder of this Study Team. Referee: Grahame Fry 026648 4654
Coffs Harbour City Council Airport Subdivision. This project involved site investigations, design and documentation of a DA for an industrial subdivision of over 100 lots within the Coffs Harbour Airport Plan of Management lands. Referee: Tim Cotsell, Senior Valuer, Ph. 0266 484821
Nambucca Shire Council Nambucca River Master Plan. Senior planner in an alliance formed with RDM (Resource Design and Management) to create a master plan for the seaward end of the Nambucca River. The project involved community consultation and the preparation of an ecologically sustainable master plan concept, design and implementation plan for the use, interaction, management, development and conservation of the study area.
Coffs Harbour City Council. Coffs Harbour Health Campus Local Environmental Plan (LES) -I was the project manager and planner involved in the LES for the Health Campus and Sporting precinct in south Coffs Harbour. The aim of this study was to determine future needs for community, health and recreational land and appropriately zone the remaining land for these purposes. The land was considerably constrained by remnant vegetation, riparian areas, archaeological sites, threatened species, flood prone land and bushfire buffer areas. The final recommendations rationalised existing land use zones and provided guidelines for future management of the area.
Nambucca Shire Council – Macksville Midco Local Environmental Study (LES) – Project management and planner for a LES involving rezoning industrial land to a residential use. Visual analysis, heritage, contamination and flooding were the main issues associated with the rezoning. Referee: Greg Meyer, Director of Planning, Ph. 0265 682555
Inverell Shire Council – Rural Land Use Study – I was the project manager and planner involved in the study and preparation of the Inverell Rural Land Use Study. This involved a working partnership with Hassall and Associates, Agricultural Economists who provided the necessary inputs to determine the needs of the agricultural sector in the Inverell LGA. Following this, Keiley worked with Council, the community, Government Agencies and other stakeholders to determine the appropriate minimum rural allotment size for rural zoned land within the shire. Recommendations were made as to the future management of concessional lots, rural dual occupancies and dwelling entitlements. The final report included mapped areas of varying minimum lot size recommendations that informed the new LEP.