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2016 agenda and reports program review sub committee

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Civic Centre replacement/upgrade; 3.17.3 Salisbury Swimming Pool; and 3.17.4 General property and building upgrades. 3.18 The LTFP indicates significant expenditure in the maintenance and replacement

14 12 2020 agenda and reports governance and compliance committee

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....................................................................... 93 3.2.2 State Planning Commission Practice Directions - Council Inspections and Swimming Pool Inspections

Delegations Register as at 2 April 2024

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of 1578 02 April 2024 City of Salisbury Instrument of Delegation - Council By-Law No 4 – Local Government Land Provision Power and Functions Delegated Delegate Conditions and Limitations Swimming 1.7

Annual Report 2013-2014

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, there was a significant increase in participation in core programs and events such as swimming lessons, Kindigym, roller-skating and squash. During the year, Recreation Services continued successful partnerships

City of Salisbury Delegations Register Table of Contents

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Provisions Swimming Pool Safety Building Rules: Bushfire Prone Areas Construction Industry Training Fund Requirement to Up-grade Building in Certain Cases Classification of Buildings Certificates

2019 agenda and reports council meeting 4208381

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in Attachment 1 to this report (Resources and Governance 3.6.4, 18/02/2019), be endorsed. 3.6.5 Review of Building and Swimming Pool Inspection Policy 1. The Information be received. 2. The Building and Swimming

27 07 2020 minutes council meeting

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Inc. iii. Salisbury North Football Club b. Commercial Leases including (refer Resolution 0654 of 24/08/2020) Parnil Pty Ltd (Parafield Gardens Swimming Centre) 3. That Council endorse the declaration

26042023 Minutes Council Assessment Panel

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or inground swimming pool. City of Salisbury Page 11 Council Assessment Panel Minutes - 26 April 2023 Minutes - Council Assessment Panel Meeting - 26 April 2023 7. Rainwater tank storage shall be provided

26042023 Minutes Council Assessment Panel

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within 10 metres of an existing dwelling or inground swimming pool. City of Salisbury Page 11 Council Assessment Panel Minutes - 26 April 2023 Minutes - Council Assessment Panel Meeting - 26 April 2023 7

15 02 2021 agenda and reports urban services committee

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$350k LRCI Feb 21 $300k LRCI Feb 21 $300k LRCI Feb 21 John & Church Street Upgrade, Salisbury $1.5M LGIPP March 21 Happy Homes, Salisbury North, Swimming Facility Upgrade $7.5M LGIPP March 21 Paddocks

12 10 2020 agenda and reports innovation and business development sub committee

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new food premises (Average 4 per year). 3.1.4 Food safety education (As required). 3.1.5 Health premises inspections: �� Pools (3 per year); and �� Hairdressers (6 per year). 3.1.6 Environmental health

04122023 Agenda and Reports Environmental Sustainability and Trees Sub Committee

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grants to local governments for improvements that may include: � replacing high energy use heating in council pools with energy saving heat pumps � installing energy efficient lighting at sporting fields

12 08 2019 agenda and reports sport recreation and grants committee

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@ $250 One application has been received to represent South Australia at the School Sport Australia Swimming Championships to be held in Melbourne in July 2019. 1 @ $250 One applications have been

18 11 2019 agenda and reports works and services committee

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Home Reserve – Swimming Centre. The portion of land currently contains and easement to South Australian Power Networks (SAPN) Page 27 Works and Services Committee Agenda - 18 November 2019 City

FINAL Issue 26 February to May 2023 V1 web

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projects, for example the influence on the design of the new swimming centre and City Centre revitalisation. DAIN is about supporting people with disability, their families and carers to: • take part more

12122023 Agenda and Reports Community Wellbeing and Sport Committee

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is well planned and our centres are active The construction of the Salisbury Aquatic Centre is now well advanced with the three new pools poured and tiling now commenced. The installation of the new

City of Salisbury Sustainability Strategy Community Engagement Report FINAL

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buildings should be converted to fully electric - that means electric heating and cooling, electric hot water, and electric cooking where applicable. Any pools managed by the council should also switch

Edition 60 Salisbury Aware Summer 2019

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Gillian Aldridge OAM Summer is in full swing and our social calendars are filling fast, from barbeques with friends and family and festive parties to trips to the swimming pool to cool off

Strategic Growth Framework Waterloo Corner Bolivar Corridor Appendix 3 Deloitte Economic Vision for Salisbury

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for several important industry sectors, placing Salisbury at the economic centre of the broader northern Adelaide region. These assets and talent pools underpin a series of key sectors in the local

18042023 Agenda and Reports Innovation and Business Development Committee

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community centres, hospitals and swimming centres. This is a consistent response with previous community consultations. Changes in Legislative Requirements 3.4 The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA