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Small business wins in amendment

BUSINESSES or developers planning to spend under $100,000 to change the use of city properties will no longer face big asks for parking contributions from the Dubbo City Council.
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The council decided on Monday night to amend the Section 94 Contributions Plan – Roads, Traffic Management and Car Parking.

Section 94 stirred controversy among business owners, developers, and some councillors late last year after council asked at least five businesses for big contributions but later slashed or waived the charges.

The contributions are used for new roads, traffic infrastructure and providing traffic facilities.

After lengthy debate last year, the council put amendments to Section 94 on public exhibition but received no submissions on the issue.

Councillor Kevin Parker said a change of use development application was when one land use activity changed to another as defined by the Dubbo Local Environmental Plan 2011.

“An example of change of use might include altering the use of a place of public worship to a shop,” he said.

Cr Parker said the need for targeted development incentives, especially for the Dubbo central business district, was raised by the community during the Ignite Our Centre campaign.

The draft amended plan will significantly reduce the overall costs of small-scale development across the city and will assist to encourage and promote development and activity in the CBD.

When it started in 2005, the Section 94 Contributions Plan outlined more than $47 million worth of road works from the contributions until 2016.

The amount charged in fees is calculated on the number of daily vehicle trips a development is expected to have.

However, traffic studies by council and traffic studies by the developers frequently produce conflicting results leading to fee reductions.

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