Individual Series of the Standard Drawings can be selected from the following links. Civil Works Specification - Design Guideline © Central Coast Council 2020 Revision date: July 2020 Page iii 22.214.171.124 Safety Barriers..... 33 Council needs to ensure new VACs and alterations are safe for both vehicles and pedestrians, do not conflict with existing infrastructure such as signs, power poles and street trees, do not conflict with future road work and infrastructure plans, adequately manage stormwater and do not create hazards within the nature strip area.
Civil Works Specification - Construction Specification © Central Coast Council 2020 Revision date: July 2020 Page ii If you are calling from outside Australia, click here. Civil Works Specification – Construction Specification © Central Coast Council 2018 Revision date: Jun-19 Page ii 3.8.1 Haulage Routes..... 16 Council typically does not allow secondary VACs as it reduces availability of on-street parking and increases risk to pedestrian and traffic safety. Council also requires submission of appropriate drawings with every vehicle access crossing application and a template is available. A site specific design may apply in cases where the VAC is steep, contains multiple levels or may be affected by future road or infrastructure works. Driveways must be constructed in accordance with relevant Australian Standards and Central Coast Council’s Standard Drawings and Specifications. The former Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council Civil Works Specifications can be obtained by contacting [email protected] where these documents are required for previously commenced works or for historical reasons. Your property has more than 20 meters of street frontage, or. The VAC is the part of the driveway that crosses the nature strip from the road pavement to the property boundary as illustrated in the typical residential driveway layout below: Approval must be obtained from Council to construct a new or alter an existing VAC and VAC approvals are required for all locations with or without kerb and gutter. Driveways must be constructed in accordance with relevant Australian Standards and Central Coast Council’s Standard Drawings and Specifications. If a development consent requires a VAC to be constructed as part of a development other than a single residential dwelling or existing industrial/commercial development, such as dual occupancies, residential units, industrial developments and/or commercial developments, a Roads Act/Authority approval is required and a completed ‘Application for – Subdivision Works Certificate or Construction Certificate - Roads Act Works Approval – and other Development related Civil Works’ found on Council’s website must be submitted to Council with appropriate design drawings. Provides minimum requirements for the design and construction of civil works in the Central Coast Council area including: pavements, paths, earthworks, drainage and sewerage systems. Expand SD0100 Soil and Water Management Series, Collapse SD0100 Soil and Water Management Series, Collapse SD0400 Stormwater Drainage Series, Expand SD0600 Pedestrian and Cyclist Series, Collapse SD0600 Pedestrian and Cyclist Series, Expand SD0800 Pavement Restoration Series, Collapse SD0800 Pavement Restoration Series, Collapse SD0900 Traffic Management Series, Civil Works Specification - Design Guideline, Civil Works Specification - Construction Specification, Civil Works Specification - Standard Drawings. Council’s Civil Works Specification provides minimum requirements for the design and construction of civil works in the Central Coast Council area, including earthworks, road pavements, kerbs, paths, fences and drainage systems: Navigation to each Standard Drawing can be made by selecting links on the Index sheets in the above complete set of drawings. A formal application must be made to Council that includes a completed copy of the Vehicle Access Crossing Application Form and appropriate fees paid as outlined in Council’s fees and charges. This page details guidelines and specifications to comply with planning and construction standards.
A formal application must be made to Council that includes a completed copy of the Vehicle Access Crossing Application Form that can be submitted online and appropriate fees paid as outlined in Council’s fees and charges. A secondary access is required to address significant safety concerns. If the access road to your property is a Crown Road, you must first obtain written approval from the appropriate State Government authority and submit this approval with your application to Council.