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Planning Submission
254 Charles Street, Launceston
Food Services - Restaurant

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction .................................................................................................................................... 3
2. Site Description ............................................................................................................................... 3
3. Proposal .......................................................................................................................................... 4
4. Launceston Interim Planning Scheme 2015 .................................................................................... 7
5. Conclusion ..................................................................................................................................... 17

Apendicies:

Appendix A – Certificate of Title


Appendix B – Site Plan

Cover: Figure 1 Existing building

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1. Introduction
This submission is prepared in support of an
application for Food Services at 254 Charles Street, At a Glance
Launceston.
Site: 254 Charles Street
The property has recently been sold. The site has Launceston
for many years been used to sell power tools.
Proposal: Food Services –
The restaurant is to be called Kosaten and is an eat Restaurant
in Japanese Restaurant, featuring a mini bullet
train servery, a private dining room and a self - Zone: Local Business
serve take-away area. The operating hours are Overlay: Heritage
proposed to be 11am-3pm and 5pm till 10pm.
Use: Food Services -
A Kosaten restaurant is operating at Salamanca. Restaurant
The trading pattern of this restaurant is a slow
lunch period and a busier dinner period. Zone Provisions:

Metier Planning and Development have been Relevant Code:


engaged by Cumulus Studios and the owners of E6.0 Car Parking
the land to make this application on their behalf.
This development application is made pursuant to E6.5.1 Car parking numbers
Section 57 of the Land Use Planning and Approvals P1.1
Act 1993. E13.0 Heritage

2. Site Description E13.6.9 Wall materials P1


The subject site is contained in one parcel of land, E13.6.13 Signage P2
Certificate of Title 29311/1. A copy of the title is
provided at Appendix A of this submission.

The site is zoned Local Business. The subject site


also listed as a heritage item by the Planning
Scheme. The site is not included on the Tasmanian
Heritage Register. On the western boundary of
the site is a residential dwelling

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Subject Site

Figure 2: Zoning Map

The existing building fully occupies the site, hence no car parking provision is possible. This
area of Charles Street is a vibrant dining area and a new restaurant operating at night will be
great addition.

3. Proposal
The proposal is for the change of use from General Retail and Hire to Food Services -
Restaurant. The proposed development includes:

• The internal modifications, removal of existing signage:


• Replacement of the Charles Street door and cladding the wall above the door
extending to the parapet with timber, painted black;
• Replacement of the Balfour Street roller door with a sliding door of wood painted
black;
• Two new signs affixed to the door on each elevation. Each sign has a diameter of
.91m and an area of .66m2; and
• No provision of carparking.

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Figure 3: Existing Charles Street Elevation

Figure 4: Proposed Charles Street Elevation

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Figure 5: Existing Balfour Street Elevation

Figure 6: Proposed Balfour Street Elevation

Please refer to the site plan, floor plan and elevations prepared by Cumulus Studios
contained in Appendix B.

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4. Launceston Interim Planning Scheme 2015


The application is made in accordance with the provisions of the Scheme set out below:

20 Local Business
20.1 Zone Purpose
20.1.1 Zone Purpose Statements
20.1.1.1
To provide for business, professional and retail services which meet the convenience needs of a local
area.
20.1.1.2
To ensure that the primary purpose of the zone is maintained and use and development does not
distort the activity centre hierarchy.
20.1.1.3
To maintain or improve the function, appearance and distinctive qualities of neighbourhood
centres.
20.1.1.4
To create:
(a) activity at pedestrian levels, with active road frontages offering interest and engagement to
shoppers; and
(b) appropriate provision for car parking, pedestrian access and traffic circulation.
20.1.1.5
To encourage a diversity of residential developments, including shop-top housing and tourist
accommodation, which support the functions of neighbourhood centres.

Response
Food Services is a permitted use within the Local Business Zone. This area of Charles
Street is known as a strip of cafes and restaurants, the proposal strengthens this character.

20.1.2 Local Area Objectives


There are no local area objectives

20.1.3 Desired Future Character Statements


There are no desired future character statements

20.2 Use Table


Food services is permitted.

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20.3 Use Standards


20.3.1 Hours of operation
Objective:
To ensure that uses do not cause unreasonable loss of amenity to nearby sensitive uses.
Acceptable Solutions Performance Criteria Assessment
A1 Not required for this The proposal complies
Commercial vehicles must application with A1.
only operate between No Commercial vehicles
6.00am and 10.00pm are associated with use.
Monday to Friday and Delivery vehicles will not
7:00am to 5:00pm Saturday service the site until after
and Sunday 10am during the day and
not after 3pm.
A2 Not required for this The proposal complies
Operating hours, except application with A2.
for office and The site is adjacent to the
administrative tasks, Inner Residential Zone to
must be between: the west.
(a) 6.00am and
10.00pm, where adjacent The operating hours are
to the boundary of the proposed to be 11am –
General Residential, 3pm, 5pm – 10pm 7 days
Inner Residential, Low per week. It is likely that
Density Residential and the restaurant will not be
Urban Mixed Use zones; open 7 days per week but
or customer demand will
(b) 6.00am to drive this.
midnight otherwise.

20.3.2 Mechanical plant and equipment


Objective:
To ensure that the use of mechanical plant and equipment does not cause an unreasonable loss of
amenity to sensitive uses.
Acceptable Solution Performance Criteria Assessment
A1 P1 The proposal complies
Air conditioning, air Noise, odours, fumes or with A1.
extraction, heating or vibration generated must
refrigeration systems or not cause unreasonable loss Heating and cooling will
compressors must be of amenity to adjoining or be provided by a heat
designed, located, baffled or immediately opposite pump. The external
insulated to prevent noise, sensitive uses, having compressor unit is of the
odours, fumes or vibration regard to: same scale as a
from being received by (a) the characteristics residential model.
adjoining or immediately and frequency of any
opposite sensitive uses. emissions generated; No external plant is
(b) the nature of the required for the
proposed use; refrigeration units.

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(c) the topography of The vent for the


the site; extraction fan will be
(d) the landscaping of located on the boundary
the site; and between the site and
(e) any mitigation Windmill Toys, away
measures proposed. from residential uses.

20.3.3 Light spill and illumination


Objective:
To ensure that light spill and levels of illumination from external lighting does not cause
unreasonable loss of amenity to sensitive uses.
Acceptable Solution Performance Criteria Assessment
A1 P1 The proposal complies
The use must: Floodlighting or other with A1. No flood lighting
(a) not include external lighting used on or direct lighting is
permanent, fixed the site must not cause an proposed.
floodlighting where the zone unreasonable loss of
adjoins the boundary of the amenity to nearby sensitive It is also noted that the
General Residential, Inner uses, having regard to: customer entry is located on
Residential, Low Density (a) the number of light Charles Street, the furthers
Residential, Urban Mixed sources and their intensity; distance away from the
Use and Village zones; and (b) the proximity of the Balfour Street residential
(b) contain direct light proposed light sources to property.
from external light sources nearby sensitive uses;
within the boundaries of the (c) the topography of
site. the site;
(d) the landscaping of
the site;
(e) the degree of
screening between the light
source and the sensitive
uses; and
(f) existing light
sources nearby.

20.3.4 Noise levels


Objective:
To ensure that noise levels from uses do not unreasonably impact on the amenity of nearby
sensitive uses.
Acceptable Solution Performance Criteria Assessment
A1 P1 The proposal complies
Noise generated by a use on Noise levels generated by a with A1.
the site must: use on the site must not
(a) not exceed a time unreasonably impact on the No major plant and
average A-weighted sound amenity of nearby sensitive equipment will be
pressure level (LAeq) of 5 uses, having regard to: located outside.
dB(A) above background (a) the nature and
during operating hours intensity of the use;
when measured at the

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boundary of an existing (b) the characteristics The area is subject to


sensitive use adjoining or of the noise emitted; significant back ground
immediately opposite the (c) background noise noise from traffic and the
site; or levels; operation of various
(b) be in accordance (d) any mitigation businesses to the north of
with any permit conditions measures proposed; the subject site.
required by the (e) the topography of
Environment Protection the site; and
Authority or an (f) the character of the
environment protection surrounding area.
notice issued by the
Director of the
Environment Protection
Authority.

20.3.5 Retail impact


Objective:
To ensure that the economic, social and environmental impact of significant new retail use and
development is consistent with the activity centre hierarchy.
Acceptable Solution Performance Criteria Assessment
A1 P1 The proposal complies
If for no permit required or Uses must have acceptable with A1. The use is
permitted use class. impacts on the viability of permitted.
the activity centre
hierarchy, having regard to
the extent that the proposed
use:
(a) improves and broadens
the commercial or retail
choice within the area;
(b) improves the urban
design outcome for an
activity centre, including
its amenity;
(c) contributes to an
attractive environment for
pedestrians;
(d) contributes to loss of
investment, blight or
disinvestment for a
particular centre;
(e) includes
environmentally
sustainable design
principles; and
(f) is accessible by public
transport.

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20.4 Development Standards

20.4.1 Building height, setbacks and siting – Not applicable, no changes are proposed to the
building height or setback.

20.4.2 Location of car parking – Not applicable, no carparking is possible.

20.4.3 Active ground floors


Objective:
To ensure that building facades promote and maintain high levels of pedestrian interaction and
amenity.
Acceptable Solution Performance Criteria Assessment
A1 P1 A1 is not applicable.
New buildings with non New buildings must be
residential uses on ground designed to maximise
floors must: interaction between the use
(a) have clear glazing, of the building and
display windows or glass pedestrians, having regard
doorways for a minimum of to:
80% of all ground floor (a) an adequate level of
facades to, roads, malls, glazing, openness and
laneways or arcades; transparency on the ground
(b) not have security floor facades to roads, malls,
grilles or screens that laneways or arcades;
obscure the ground floor (b) the potential for
facades to roads, malls, security grilles or screens to
laneways or arcades; reduce the amenity of the
(c) not have building or reduce levels of
mechanical plant or interaction with the public;
equipment, such as air (c) screening or
conditioning units or heat obscuring all mechanical
pumps located on the plant or equipment such as
facade; and air conditioning units or
(d) not have blank heat pumps so they are not
walls, signage panels or recognisable or visible from
blocked out windows, wider ground level public view
than 2m on ground floor points; and
facades to roads, malls, (d) minimising the area
laneways or arcades. of all blank walls, signage
panels or blocked out
windows on ground floor
facades to roads, malls,
laneways or arcades.
A2 P2 The proposal complies
Alterations to ground floor Alterations to ground floor with A2. No
facades of non-residential facades of non-residential modifications are
buildings must not: buildings must be designed proposed to existing
(a) reduce the level of to maximise interaction glazing.
glazing on a facade to a between the use of the

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road, mall, laneway or building and pedestrians,


arcade that is present prior having regard to:
to alterations; (a) the level of glazing,
(b) have security grilles openness and transparency
or screens that obscure the on the ground floor facades
ground floor facade; to roads, malls, laneways or
(c) introduce new or arcades;
additional mechanical plant (b) the potential for
or equipment such as air- security grilles or screens to
conditioning units or heat reduce the amenity of the
pumps located on the building or reduce levels of
façade; and interaction with the public;
(d) increase blank (c) screening or
walls, signage panels or obscuring all mechanical
blocked out windows, wider plant or equipment such as
than 2m on ground floor air conditioning units or
facades to roads, malls, heat pumps so as they are
laneways or arcades. not recognisable or visible
from ground level public
view points; and
(d) minimising the area
of all blank walls, signage
panels or blocked out
windows on ground floor
facades to roads, malls,
laneways or arcades.
A3 P3 The proposal complies
The building must: Buildings must be clearly wtih A3. The existing
(a) provide a direct visible from the road or direct access to Charles
access for pedestrians from publicly accessible areas, Street will be retained.
the road or publicly having regard to:
accessible areas; and (a) safety and
(b) be orientated to face convenience of pedestrians;
a road, mall, laneway or and
arcade, except where the (b) the existing
development is not visible streetscape.
from these locations.
A4 P4 This AS is not
The total width of the door Garage doors should not be applicable.
or doors on a garage facing a visually dominant
a frontage must be no wider element in the streetscape
than 6m. and must be designed,
having regard to:
(a) the location of
existing buildings on the
site;
(b) the existing
streetscape; and

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(c) the design and


locations of garages in the
surrounding area.

Codes

E1.0 Bushfire-Prone Areas Code – Not applicable

E2.0 Potentially Contaminated Land Code – Not applicable

E3.0 Landslide Code – Not applicable

E4.0 Road and Railway Assets Code – Not applicable

E5.0 Flood Prone Areas Code – Not applicable

E6.0 Parking and Sustainable Transport Code

Table 6.1 to the code requires 1 parking space per 15m2 of gross floor area. The gross floor
area of the building is 195m2, therefore 13 carparking spaces should be provide. As the
building takes up the entire site none can be provided.

Day time trade is expected to come from pedestrian traffic, most notably hospital workers.
Car parking during the evening and night time is not as pressured in this area as day time. It
is expected that issues with carparking will limit trade rather than place additional pressure
on the area.

E6.5 Use Standards

E6.5.1 Car parking numbers

Objective:
To ensure that an appropriate level of car parking is provided to meet the needs of the use.
Acceptable Solution Performance Criteria Assessment
A1 P1.1 The proposal is consistent
The number of car parking The number of car parking with the Performance
spaces must: spaces for other than Criteria.
(a) not be less than 90% of residential uses, must be
the requirements of Table E6.1 provided to meet the reasonable Table E6.1 requires Food
(except for dwellings in the needs of the use, having regard Services to provide 1 space
General Residential Zone); or to: per 15m2 of gross floor area.
(b) not be less than 100% (a) the availability of off- The restaurant has a gross
of the requirements of Table road public car parking spaces floor area of 195m2. This
E6.1 for dwellings in the within reasonable walking amounts to 13 spaces. 90% is
General Residential Zone; or distance; 12 spaces.

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(c) not exceed the (b) the ability of multiple


requirements of Table E6.1 by users to share spaces because None can be provided, as
more than 2 spaces or 5% of: the existing building takes
whichever is the greater, except (i) variations in car up the entire site.
for dwellings in the General parking demand over time; or
Residential Zone; or (ii) efficiencies gained by It is noted that none of the
consolidation of car parking restaurants and cafes, with
(d) be in accordance with spaces; the exception of Sporties,
an acceptable solution (c) the availability and provide carparking in this
contained within a parking frequency of public transport area. On- street carparking
precinct plan. within reasonable walking is controlled with the use of
distance of the site; various time limitations.
(d) any site constraints Whilst an on-street carpark
such as existing buildings,
may not always be available
slope, drainage, vegetation and
outside the business one
landscaping;
wants to attend, a car space
(e) the availability,
close by can always be
accessibility and safety of on-
found.
road parking, having regard to
the nature of the roads, traffic
management and other uses in Significant pedestrian traffic
the vicinity; from the surrounding
(f) an assessment of the businesses, medical facilities
actual car parking demand and residences exist in the
determined in light of the area. Day time trade is
nature of the use and expected to come from
development; pedestrian traffic, most
(g) the effect on notably hospital workers.
streetscape; and Car parking during the
(h) the recommendations evening and night time is
of any traffic impact not as pressured in this area
assessment prepared for the as day time.
proposal; or

P1.2
The number of car parking
spaces for residential uses must
be provided to meet the
reasonable needs of the use,
having regard to:
(a) the intensity of the use
and car parking required;
(b) the size of the dwelling
and the number of bedrooms;
and
(c) the pattern of parking
in the locality; or

P1.3

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The number of car parking


spaces complies with any
relevant parking precinct plan.

E7.0 Scenic Management Code – Not applicable

E8.0 Biodiversity Code – Not applicable

E9.0 Water Quality Code – Not applicable

E10.0 Open Space Code – Not applicable

E11.0 Environmental Impacts and Attenuation Code – Not applicable

E12.0 Airports Impact Management Code – Not applicable

E13.0 Local Historic Cultural Heritage Code

E13.1 Purpose of the Local Historic Cultural Heritage Code

E13.1.1

The purpose of this provision is to:

(a) protect and enhance the historic cultural heritage significance of local heritage places and
heritage precincts;

(b) encourage and facilitate the continued use of these places;

(c) encourage the maintenance and retention of buildings and places of assessed historic cultural
heritage significance; and

(d) ensure that development is undertaken in a manner that is sympathetic to, and does not
detract from, the historic cultural heritage significance of the places and their settings.

Response

The building itself does not appear to have any heritage values in its own right. It is
understood that when heritage precincts were not included in the interim planning scheme
that some properties within precincts were listed as heritage items in their own right.

The proposed alterations to the building are minimal and do not alter the structure of the
building. The proposed use and development allows for the continued use of the existing
building.

E13.5 Use Standards

E13.5.1 There are no use standards in this Code.

E13.6 Development Standards

E13.6.1 Demolition – Not applicable

E13.6.2 Maintenance and repair – Not applicable

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E13.6.3 Lot size and dimensions and frontage – Not applicable

E13.6.4 Site coverage – Not applicable

E13.6.5 Height and bulk of buildings – Not applicable

E13.6.6 Site of buildings and structure – Not applicable

E13.6.7 Fences – Not applicable

E13.6.8 Roof form and materials – Not applicable

E13.6.9 Wall materials

Objective:
To ensure that wall materials are compatible with the historic cultural heritage significance of local
heritage places and their settings.
Acceptable Solution Performance Criteria Assessment
A1 P1 The proposal is consistent
No acceptable solution. Wall material for buildings with P1.
and structures must be
compatible with the historic A section of the wall above
cultural heritage significance the door on the Charles
of a place and its setting, Street elevation is proposed
having regard to: to be clad in timber. This
(a) the cultural heritage section will not dominate
values of the local heritage the red brick façade but will
place and setting; enhance the legibility of the
(b) the design, period of entrance.
construction and materials of
the dominant building on the
site;
(c) the dominant wall
materials in the setting; and
(d) the streetscape.

E13.6.10 Outbuildings and structures – Not applicable

E13.6.11 Driveways and parking – Not applicable

E13.6.12 Tree and vegetation removal – Not applicable

E13.6.13 Signage

Objective:
To ensure that signage is compatible with the historic cultural heritage significance of
local heritage places and their settings.
Acceptable Solutions Performance Criteria Assessment
A1 P1 The proposal is consistent
No more than one sign, not New signs must be with P1.
greater than 0.2m², compatible with the historic

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identifying the use, heritage cultural heritage of the local Two signs are proposed.
significance, and the name heritage place and its
and occupation of the setting, having regard to: One on the Charles Street
owners of the property. (a) the cultural heritage frontage and one on the
values of the local heritage Balfour Street frontage. One
place and setting; sign on each frontage is
(b) the size and location considered to be
of the proposed sign; appropriate.
(c) the area and location
of existing signage on the Each sign is a circle with a
site; diameter of 915mm, this is
(d) the period details, an area of .66m2 each. The
windows, doors and other circle contains the name of
architectural details of the the restaurant in Japanse
building; characters and English. The
(e) any destruction, writing will be black and
removal or concealment of the background is pink.
heritage fabric through
attaching signage; and The signs are located on
(f) the streetscape. doors and do not obscure
any details of the building.

E14.0 Coastal Code – Not applicable

E15.0 Telecommunications Code – Not applicable

E16.0 Invermay/Inveresk Flood Inundation Area Code – Not applicable

E17.0 Cataract Gorge Management Area Code – Not applicable

E18.0 Signs Code – Not applicable, as Code 13.0 is applicable.

E19.0 Development Plan Code – Not applicable

5. Conclusion

The proposed development is a permitted use within the zone and demonstrates it meets the
performance criteria of the planning scheme in relation to impact on sensitive uses, the
provision of carparking and signage. The addition of the Kosaten Restaurant will add to the
vibrancy of this part of Charles Street.

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147 MACQUARIE ST.


OR GREATER:
HOBART
OFFICE: 62314841.
GLAZING PERFORMANCE
U VALUE REFER TO GLAZING CALCULATOR FOR
LOCATION
EACH WINDOW
PROJECT Nº: 17351
SHGC REFER TO GLAZING CALCULATOR FOR
PROJECT NAME: KOSATEN
EACH WINDOW
LAUNCESTON
TITLE REFERENCE: 29311/1
A SAMPLE OF THE GLASS IS TO BE SUPPLIED TO
PROJECT ADDRESS: 254 CHARLES ST.
THE CLIENT FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO
LAUNCESTON
CONSTRUCTION.
TAS 7250

SITE DETAILS STAIR CONSTRUCTION


BAL: NA
CLIMATE ZONE: ZONE 7
GROUND TO FIRST FIRST TO SECOND
WIND SPEED REFER ENG
F2F 3250 F2F 3050
SOIL CLASS: REFER ENG
STAIRS 18 STAIRS 17
ALPINE AREA: NO
TREADS 250 TREADS 250
CORROSION: <BCA VOL2 3.5.1.3>
RISERS 180.5 RISERS 179.5

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AS1428.4. TYPE (OR EQUIV) IS:
DTAC CLASSIC, POLYRESIN CUMULUS


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STREET
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Launceston
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CHARLES
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256 CHARLES ST. they should not be relied on and are to be verified on site
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demolish stairs, demolish all walls cut and cap


make good shown dashed existing fixtures
adjacent surfaces shown dashed to
for new works allow for new works

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workshop/store workshop retail/sales CUMULUS


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Launceston
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millimetres. Dimensions of existing building are indicative only -
they should not be relied on and are to be verified on site
before commencing work. All documents shall be read in
conjunction with specifications and any consultants detail. All
work shall be in accordance with the Building Code of
Australia, relevant Australian Standards & local authority by-
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155
1

1,320
6 x 165 = 990

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station

825
1,080
private
room
1
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2
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3 pick up
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8,220
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4

6
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3,355
Hobart
table

table

table

table

kitchen
seat

seat

seat

seat

seat

seat

seat

seat
fr3 pos sushi Suite 2, Level 2, 145 Macquarie St. Hobart, TAS 7000
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booth area Launceston
Level 1, 60 Cameron St. Launceston, TAS 7250
station fr4 fry fry b grill fr3 dw counter +61(3) 6333 0930
sk1 sk2 Melbourne

1,010
F F
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21 December 2017

Kazuhiro Kojima

5083_AC/AQ_R
AJM

Attn: Mr Kazuhiro Kojima

Dear Sir,

RE: 254 Charles St environmental noise and odour impact assessment.

1. INTRODUCTION
Tarkarri Engineering was commissioned by Kazuhiro Kojima to conduct an environmental noise and
odour assessment for the proposed Kosaten restaurant at 254 Charles St, Launceston.
The restaurant would utilise a grill and deep fryer, with associated range hood, and the potential for
environmental noise and odour emissions from this source are considered here. Operation of the
grill and fryer and associated ventilation system is expected to occur between 1100 and 2130 hrs 7
days a week. The extraction fan associated with the ventilation system would be located on the roof
with a discharge point approx. 5 m above ground height.
Figure 1 provides an aerial view with the 254 Charles St, Launceston, location marked. Figure 2
provides a schematic view of the restaurant with the location of the range hood and discharge ducting
marked.

254 Charles St N

0 20 m

Figure 1 – Aerial view.

e info@tarkarri.com Tarkarri Engineering Pty Ltd


w tarkarri.com ABN 98 009 561 488
PO Box 506 Kings Meadows
p +61 (0) 3 6343 2077
Tasmania 7249 Australia
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Figure 2 – Plan view schematic of Kosaten restaurant at 254 Charles St, Launceston (provided by
Kazuhiro Kojima).

2. ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE
A vertical exhaust fan to be installed as a part of the proposed canopy ventilation system has the
potential to generate environmental noise emissions to surrounding areas from the fan discharge
point on the roof of the building.
The fan selected for the proposed installation is a CFM MV381-4-D 30o (see figure 2 above) and
manufacturers sound power level spectral data was provided.
To predict potential noise emission levels following assumptions were used:-
• Distance attenuation via hemispheric spreading with frequency dependent 2-dimensional
vertical directivity
• Barrier attenuation where existing buildings create a barrier between the fan discharge and
residences.
Four potentially noise sensitive receiver locations were selected for the prediction of noise emission
levels and these are shown in figure 3 below with the prediction results presented in table 1.

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0 20 m

R3

R4

R1

R2

Range hood discharge

Figure 3 – Noise sensitive receiver locations and source location.

Predicted noise emission levels


Approx. height above
Receiver SPL (dBA)
ground (m)
R1 1.5 38
R2 6 36
R3 5 35
R4 5 34
Table 1 – Predicted noise emission levels.

With predicted noise levels below 40 dBA excessive impact from the kitchen hood ventilation fan at
the Kosaten restaurant, 254 Charles St, is considered highly unlikely. 40 dBA is a typical evening
(1800 to 2200 hrs) noise emission limit for a green-field commercial/industrial site in Tasmania.
NB: Should operating hours extend beyond 10 pm (i.e. night period) then a noise emission limit of
35 dBA may be more appropriate. Given this impact may become excessive at some locations and
noise attenuation may be required.

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3. ODOUR
Tarkarri Engineering generated a CALPUF model with meteorological input from TAPM (year 2011).

Assessment criteria are provided in the Tasmanian Environmental Protection Policy (Air Quality)
2004. The relevant table from the policy is provided below with the applicable criteria highlighted in
red.

Emissions data was sourced from published data in relation to maximum odour emission
concentrations from large franchise commercial fast food restaurants. It was assumed that the
Kosaten restaurant at 254 Charles St would have approx. 5 % of the throughput of such restaurants
(based on meat usage estimates provided to Tarkarri Engineering by Kazuhiro Kojima) and therefore
the determined emission rate was scaled accordingly. The emission rate used here was as follows
with a volumetric flow rate of 1 m3/s:-
• 162 OU/m3/s
NB: OU = ‘Odour unit’ as defined in AS/NZS 4323.3.
The emission rate was applied on an hourly basis between 1100 and 2130 hrs with a discharge
temperature of 50˚C, discharge height of 5 m and exit velocity of 8.2 m/s. Building Profile Input
Program (BPIP) for the calculation of building downwash was considered in the predictions. Ground
level concentrations were predicted at five discrete receptor locations as shown in figure 4 below
with results presented in table 2.

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0 20 m

R5

R4 R3

R1

R2

Range hood discharge

Figure 4 – Discrete receptor and source locations.

Predicted odour emission levels


Receptor Odour concentration (OU)
R1 0.131
R2* 0.080
R3 0.091
R4 0.071
R5 0.117
* Receptor at 6 m above ground level.
Table 2 – Predicted odour emission levels.

The results show that the 99.5th percentile concentrations predicted are well below the 2 OU limit
and suggests that nuisance from odour emissions from the grill and deep fryer and associated
ventilation system at the Kosaten restaurant, 254 Charles St, is unlikely to generate excessive
nuisance.
NB: Regular maintenance and cleaning of the ventilation system filters is imperative to maintain their
odour control performance (i.e. grease removal from air stream).

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I hope this information meets your immediate requirements.

Please contact me directly if you have any questions concerning this work.

Yours faithfully,
Tarkarri Engineering Pty Ltd

Dr. Alex McLeod


Principal Consultant

m. +61(0)439 357 297


email: alex.mcleod@tarkarri.com

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