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5.3.11.2 Kangaroo Point peninsula

5.3.11.2.1 Location and extent

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(1) The Locality Street in the Kangaroo Point peninsula neighbourhood plan area is indicated on the Kangaroo Point peninsula locality streetscape extent map in Figure 5.3.11.2.1a.
(2) All streetscape works occurring within the locality streets indicated in Figure 5.3.11.2.1a must comply with the character specified in this document.
(3) Streetscapes outside these areas may be developed in keeping with this character, at the discretion of the developer and subject to Council approval.

5.3.11.2.2 Standard footway elements and materials

(1) These locality guidelines are to be read in conjunction with Chapter 3 – Road corridor design of the Infrastructure design planning scheme policy.
(2) Footway upgrades are to include new surfacing, new or reinstated kerb and channel, driveways, pedestrian kerb crossings, tactile markers, roof water drainage line connections, service pit lids, street trees, garden beds, furniture and pedestrian lighting applicable to the streetscape type.
(3) The scope, layout and detail of the footway upgrades are to be agreed on a site by site basis through the development assessment process.

5.3.11.2.3 Streetscape hierarchy

5.3.11.2.3.1 Streetscape types overview

(1) The locality streets within the Kangaroo Point peninsula neighbourhood plan area are exceptions to the standard streetscape hierarchy.
(2) The streetscape type and specifications for locality streets in this area are outlined in Table 5.3.11.2.3.1A and shown in Figure 5.3.11.2.1a.
Table 5.3.11.2.3.1A—Streetscape types and specifications
Component
Locality Street Type 1 in the Kangaroo Point peninsula neighbourhood plan area
Verge width
3.75m as a minimum
Description
Full width pavement
Unobstructed pavement width
2.4m as a minimum
Paving materials
Exposed Aggregate Concrete uses:
(a) type: Standard Portland Grey concrete;
(b) supplier: Hanson (code 10043620), Boral or approved equivalent;
(c) colour: 'Victoria Falls' (90% ‘Blue Heeler’ 10% ‘Winter Brown’).
Tactile markers
(consistent with BSD-5218)
Type: Concrete tactile paver
Supplier: Chelmstone, Urbanstone or approved equivalent
Colour: CCS ‘Voodoo’
Driveways
Exposed aggregate to match footpath
Trees
Trees are planted in garden beds or tree grates.
Street trees include:
(a) medium and small crown trees to be planted at minimum 2m spacing, if within garden beds, or minimum 6m spacing outside of garden beds;
(b) large crown feature trees to be planted at minimum 10m centres.
Distance:
(a) all tree centrelines are 750mm from the nominal face of the kerb and a minimum of 600mm from the edges of the pavement.
Layout:
(a) trees planted in a single row at the rear of kerb;
(b) to be planted as singles and in pairs or clusters;
(c) at full development the trees should form a continuous canopy for shade.
Promote the health and long-term viability of the existing mature fig trees:
(a) located in the eastern verge on Main Street between Holman Street and Wharf Street;
(b) located in the eastern verge on Main Street south of Rotherham Street.
Where possible, retain existing healthy mature trees of approved species (refer to section 3.7.5 Design standards for street tree planting), or appropriate alternatives.
Garden beds – located adjacent kerb
A garden bed located adjacent to the kerb has a:
(a) 1.5m minimum spacing between garden beds;
(b) maximum length of 10m;
(c) layout and length to accommodate car parking and other kerbside allocation.
Garden beds – minimum widths
1.2m
Furniture
All furniture is to be located outside of the unobstructed pavement area.

5.3.11.2.4 Planting

5.3.11.2.4.1 Street trees

(1) Street trees are permitted and section 3.7.5 Design standards for street tree planting sets out the approved street tree species.
(2) Each street has a minimum of two approved street tree species to encourage variety and diversity within the precinct.
(3) The chosen large or medium crown trees should, at full development, have the capacity to create a near continuous canopy along and across Main Street.
(4) Where two or more street trees are required on the same development frontage, a mixture of the appropriate species as listed in section 3.7.5 Design standards for street tree planting is required.
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