Exciting Heritage... Positive Future

The Hay Shire terrain is largely a flat, almost treeless saltbush plain offering a magnificent 180 degree skyline which at night becomes a canopy of stars as far as the eye can see.

The Hay Shire incorporates the town of Hay and the villages of Booligal (made famous by Banjo Patterson, in "Hay and Hell and Booligal"), Maude and One Tree.

Travellers will arrive in the Shire via the Sturt, Mid-Western or Cobb Highways which intersect at Hay. A friendly rural community, Hay is situated on the picturesque Murrumbidgee River, about halfway between Sydney and Adelaide and just over 400 kilometres from Melbourne.

The Hay Shire has a surprising amount of attractions worth a visit including wonderful museums, beautiful parks and gardens, and excellent recreational and sporting facilities.

Whether you are a visitor or a resident, the Hay Shire has much to offer with its

Exciting Heritage and Positive Future


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DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL: DA 2015/008

Development Application 2015/008 and Environmental Impact Statement has been submitted to Hay Shire Council as the consent authority for assessment.

a) Land Affected: Lot 36, Deposited Plan 756775, Sturt Highway
b) Applicant: JHW Paterson & Sons: Gordon W Paterson; Consent Authority: Hay Shire Council
c) Description of the Proposed Development: Cattle Feedlot
d) The proposed development is classified Designated Development in terms of Schedule 3 of Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000.
e) The Development Application may be inspected during office hours at:
· Hay Shire Council, 134 Lachlan Street, Hay NSW
· NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure,
Dubbo Office Area 1, Level 1
188 Macquarie Street
Dubbo NSW 2830

OR by clicking on the links below:
- Development Application 2015/008
- Environmental Impact Statement (Part 1)
  Environmental Impact Statement (Part 2)
  Environmental Impact Statement (Part 3)
  Environmental Impact Statement (Part 4)

Any person may make written submissions, during the exhibition period, to the consent authority (Hay Shire Council) concerning the development application. If the submission is by way of objection, the grounds of objection must be specified in the submission.
Written submissions will be received up until 5pm Thursday 24 September 2015 and addressed to the General Manager, Hay Shire Council, PO Box 141, Hay NSW 2711.
The Development is also Integrated Development and the following approvals will be required to be issued by:
- Environmental Protection Authority – Protection of the Environment Operation Act 1997
- Roads & Maritime Services – Roads Act 1993
- Office of Environment & Heritage – Heritage Act 1977
Any person who make a submission by way of objection and is dissatisfied with the determination of the consent authority to grant development consent, may appeal to the Land and Environment Court. If the Planning Assessment Commission conducts a review, the Ministers determination of the application is final and not subject to appeal.
Council may publish the name, address and the submissions of the person/s or organisations/s from whom a submission is received, unless clear instruction is given other than this information is not to be published.
For further information please contact Council’s Director Community Development, Jack Terblanche on 02 6990 1100.


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14th August 2015 Newsletter

The 14 August newsletter includes items on 'Paint Hay REaD', Bishop's Lodge and more...
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Goods Surplus Auction

Auction!

Council Surplus Goods Auction will be held on Saturday 22nd August, starting at 10am at Landmark Yard – Corner of Maude Road and Hursley Street, Hay. To view the list of items for sale, please click on the links below:

Part 1 - List of auction items
Part 2 - List of auction items
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30 July 2015 Newsletter

The 30 July 2015 Newsletter includes items on meetings with Local Government NSW and the Minister for Local Government, Maude Bridge update, Holroyd visit, Paint the Town Read and much more...
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Country Change

Are you dreaming of spending more time with your family? Perhaps you would like to add more balance to your life? A healthier and happier life may be your goal?

Then why not make a C Change, a Country Change by making the move to the Riverina-Murray Region of NSW in particular the historic township of Hay a place with exciting heritage and positive future. Kids on bikes, neighbours who know who you are and households that still leave their backdoors unlocked when they go out. No commuting, no traffic jams, more time for yourself and those that you care about. You can live the dream in the Riverina-Murray.

Council can assist in making the dream a reality with fully serviced residential blocks in a great location in its East Hay subdivision starting from $19,000. Contact Council on 02 6990 1100 to discover more about this great opportunity.

Visit http://www.countrychange.com.au to find out more.


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