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PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE


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124 TALBOT ROAD,

PLANNING
SOUTH LAUNCESTON
COLLINGS
BUILDING DRAWINGS
No DRAWING
01 SITE PLAN- EXISTING
02 SITE PLAN- PROPOSED
03 SITE PLAN- TURNING CIRCLES
04 DEMOLITION PLAN
05 FLOOR PLAN
06 ELEVATIONS
07 ELEVATIONS
08 ROOF PLAN
09 TURNING CIRCLES
10 TURNING CIRCLES

10 Goodman Court , Invermay Launceston 7248


p(l) +03 6332 3790
160 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart 7008
p(h)+03 6228 4575
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Date
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• WRITTEN DIMENSIONS TO TAKE PREFERENCE OVER SCALED
• ALL WORK TO BE STRICTLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH NCC, ALL
without the consent of the copyright owner.

S.A.A.. CODES & LOCAL AUTHORITY BY-LAWS


• ALL DIMENSIONS INDICATED ARE FRAME TO FRAME AND DO
NOT ALLOW FOR WALL LININGS
TITLE REF: 1/22582

PLANNING
• CONFIRM ALL FLOOR AREAS
LOT SIZE: 557m2 • ALL PLUMBING WORKS TO BE STRICTLY IN ACCORDANCE
WITH A.S. 3500 & APPROVED BY COUNCIL INSPECTOR

NOTE: DO NOT SCALE OFF DRAW INGS


• BUILDER/PLUMBER TO ENSURE ADEQUATE FALL TO SITE
CONNECTION POINTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH A.S. 3500 FOR
STORMWATER AND SEWER BEFORE CONSTRUCTION
COMMENCES
• THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
ENGINEER'S STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS
EX. RESIDENCE • ALL WINDOWS AND GLAZING TO COMPLY WITH A.S. 1288 &

TAL
A.S. 2047
Y • ALL SET OUT OF BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES TO BE CARRIED
WA
IVE OUT BY A REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR AND CHECKED
DR

BO
PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION
• IF CONSTRUCTION OF THE DESIGN IN THIS SET OF DRAWINGS
DIFFER FROM THE DESIGN AND DETAIL IN THESE AND ANY

T
EX.
ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS BUILDER AND OWNER ARE TO

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WAREHOUSE DR
124 TALBOT ROAD,
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Client name:
EX. RESIDENCE COLLINGS
Drawing:
SITE PLAN- EXISTING

SITE PLAN - EXISTING Drafted by:


A.V.
Approved by:
Approver
1 : 200 Date: Scale:

14/03/2019 1 : 200
LOT No. LOT AREA 50% 25%
Project/Drawing no: Revision:
557 279 139
PD18383- 01 01
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EX. RESIDENCE

TAL
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EX.
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PARALLEL TO PARKING ANGLE 1:20 (5%)

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115 CROSSFALL 1:16 (6.25%)

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9m
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METER
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48
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DA INTERNAL MODIFICATIONS
EX. BITUMEN
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SHOP/ DR
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320

WAREHOUSE
PROPOSED SIGNAGE
0

1 : 25
0
550 Project: Drawing:
PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE SITE PLAN- PROPOSED
124 TALBOT ROAD,
EX. RESIDENCE
SOUTH LAUNCESTON

Date: Scale:
Client name:
10 Goodman Court, Invermay Tasmania 7248,
COLLINGS 14/03/2019 As indicated
SITE PLAN - PROPOSED p(l)+ 03 6332 3790
160 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart 7008 Project/Drawing no: Revision:
Drafted by: Approved by:
1 : 150 p(h)+ 03 6228 4575
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PLANNING NOTE: DO NOT SCALE OFF DRAW INGS


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AUSTROADS
DESIGN PASSENGER
VEHICLE (5.2m)

Project: Drawing:
PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE SITE PLAN- TURNING CIRCLES
TURNING CIRCLE 124 TALBOT ROAD,
SOUTH LAUNCESTON
1 : 200

Date: Scale:
Client name:
10 Goodman Court, Invermay Tasmania 7248,
p(l)+ 03 6332 3790 COLLINGS 14/03/2019 1 : 200
160 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart 7008 Project/Drawing no: Revision:
Drafted by: Approved by:
p(h)+ 03 6228 4575
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without the consent of the copyright owner. DEMOLITION NOTE:

• IT IS THE BUILDERS RESPONSIBILTY THAT ALL


WORKS TO BE DONE IN A SAFE MANNER.
• BUILDER TO PROP WHERE REQUIRED. IF UNSURE

PLANNING
CONTACT ENGINEER OR DESIGNER.
• CAP ALL PLUMBING.

NOTE: DO NOT SCALE OFF DRAW INGS


• ALL ELECTRICAL TO BE DISCONNECTED AT MAINS
BOARD/STREET 1 OF FEED INTO SITE.
• BUILDERS RESPONSIBILITY TO KEEP SITE CLEAN
TO ENSURE NO CONTAMINATES GO INTO STORM
WATER/SEWER WATER LINES.

RED & HATCHED


10 Goodman Court, Invermay Tasmania 7248,
INDICATES DEMOLISHED
p(l)+ 03 6332 3790
OR REMOVED PARTS 160 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart 7008
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Project:
PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE
124 TALBOT ROAD,
SOUTH LAUNCESTON
Client name:
COLLINGS
Drawing:
DEMOLITION PLAN

DEMOLITION PLAN Drafted by: Approved by:


1 : 100 A.V. Approver
Date: Scale:

14/03/2019 1 : 100
Project/Drawing no: Revision:
PD18383- 04 01
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EXHAUST FAN-VENT TO
OUTSIDE AIR.
COL COLUMN

PLANNING
4576 1649 4310 BOL. BOLARD

NOTE: DO NOT SCALE OFF DRAW INGS


NEW WALLS
HWC HOT WATER CYLINDER

STORAGE
9.58m2

CONSULT 3 6 CONSULT 2
3658

3658
16.74m2

HALL
15.77m2

5
1020

KITCHENETTE
ACC. W/C

1920

3723
3663

ARCHIVE/ 1788 CONSULT 1


ADMIN 4 10.17m2

3803
BULK HEAD
2
3003

3003

B
RECEPTION HWC

O
2000
L
WAITING
1 ENTRY
1300
L.
O
C
L

L
L

NEW AWNING
L
O

O
O

O
B

DOOR SCHEDULE

B
B

ABOVE

3033 4738 2734


MARK WIDTH TYPE REMARKS
1 920 GLAZED EXTERNAL DOOR
7599
2 920 GLAZED EXTERNAL DOOR
3 920 GLAZED EXTERNAL DOOR
4 920 GLAZED EXTERNAL DOOR

FLOOR PLAN 5
6
920
920
GLAZED
GLAZED
EXTERNAL
EXTERNAL
DOOR
DOOR
1 : 100
Project: Drawing:
TOTAL EXISTING FLOOR AREA 113.71 m2 ( 12.23 SQUARES )
PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE FLOOR PLAN
124 TALBOT ROAD,
NOTE: SOUTH LAUNCESTON
FLOOR AREAS INCLUDE TO EXTERNAL FACE OF
BUILDING AND GARAGE, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.
DECKS AND OUTDOOR AREAS ARE CALCULATED
SEPARATELY. Date: Scale:
Client name:
10 Goodman Court, Invermay Tasmania 7248,
p(l)+ 03 6332 3790 COLLINGS 14/03/2019 1 : 100
160 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart 7008 Project/Drawing no: Revision:
Drafted by: Approved by:
p(h)+ 03 6228 4575
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EXISTING BUILDING

PLANNING NOTE: DO NOT SCALE OFF DRAW INGS


CEILING
BOUNDARY

2736
PROPOSED CAR PARK

1:17
5.73%

FLOOR
100900 DRIVEWAY

INFILL EXTERNAL WALL


C/W WEATHERBOARD
CLADDING TO MATCH EXISTING

SOUTH EASTERN ELEVATION


1 : 100

10 Goodman Court, Invermay Tasmania 7248,


p(l)+ 03 6332 3790
160 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart 7008
CEILING p(h)+ 03 6228 4575
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2736
Project:
DRIVEWAY PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE
BOUNDARY

124 TALBOT ROAD,


FLOOR SOUTH LAUNCESTON
100900

Client name:
COLLINGS
Drawing:
ELEVATIONS

NORTH EASTERN ELEVATION


Drafted by: Approved by:
1 : 100
A.V. Approver
Date: Scale:

14/03/2019 1 : 100
Project/Drawing no: Revision:
PD18383- 06 01
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ROOF CLADDING

PLANNING
COLORBOND CUSTOM ORB
TO CLIENTS SPECS.

NOTE: DO NOT SCALE OFF DRAW INGS


CEILING BACK PORCH L.P.
103200

BOUNDARY
2736

2330
PROPOSED CAR PARK

473
F.S.L.
FLOOR BACK PORCH/LAUNDRY
100900 100870
E.S.L.

NORTH WESTERN ELEVATION


1 : 100
FASCIA
COLORBOND FOLDED METAL
-GUTTER TO CLIENTS SPEC
-FASCIA TRIM ALL ROUND
INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S
INSTRUCTIONS.
COLOUR TO BE SELECTED

NEW AWNING
OVER ENTRY 10 Goodman Court, Invermay Tasmania 7248,
p(l)+ 03 6332 3790
160 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart 7008
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2736
BOUNDARY
Project:
PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE
BOUNDARY

1:14 124 TALBOT ROAD,


6.99%
FLOOR SOUTH LAUNCESTON
F.S.L. 100900
E.S.L. Client name:
COLLINGS
Drawing:
ELEVATIONS
SOUTH WESTERN ELEVATION
Drafted by: Approved by:
1 : 100
A.V. Approver
Date: Scale:

14/03/2019 1 : 100
Project/Drawing no: Revision:
PD18383- 07 01
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GUTTER INSTALLATION
TO BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH
NCC 2016 PART 3.5.2.4.
WITH FALL NO LESS THAN

PLANNING
1:100 FOR BOX GUTTERS
1:500 FOR EAVES GUTTER

NOTE: DO NOT SCALE OFF DRAW INGS


GABLE UNLESS FIXED TO METAL FASCIA
EAVES GUTTER TO BE FIXED
@ 1200 CRS MAX.
25.0° 25.0°

VALLEY GUTTERS ON A ROOF WITH A PITCH:


A) MORE THAN 12.5° DEGREES - MUST
HAVE A WIDTH OF NOT LESS THAN
400mm AND ROOF OVERHANG OF NOT
LESS THAN 150mm EACH SIDE OFVALLEY
GUTTER.
B) LESS THAN 12.5° DEGREES, MUST BE
DESIGNED AS A BOX GUTTER.

LAP GUTTERS 75mm IN THE DIRECTION

25.0°
OF FLOW, RIVET & SEAL WITH AN
APPROVED SILICONE SEALANT.
GABLE

GABLE
DOWNPIPE POSITIONS SHOWN ON THIS
PLAN ARE NOMINAL ONLY.
EXACT LOCATION & NUMBER OF D.P'S

25.0°
REQUIRED ARE TO BE IN ACCORDANCE
WITH NCC CLAUSE 3.5.2.5 REQUIREMENTS.
SPACING BETWEEN DOWNPIPES MUST NOT
BE MORE THAN 12m & WITHIN 1.2m FROM A
VALLEY GUTTER.

METAL SHEETING ROOF TO BE INSTALLED IN


7.0°

7.0°

ACCORDANCE WITH NCC 2016 3.5.1.3.


REFER TO TABLE 3.5.3.1a FOR ACCEPTABLE
CORROSION PROTECTION FOR SHEET ROOFING,
REFER TO TABLE 3.5.1.2 FOR ACCEPTABILITY OF
GUTTER CONTACT BETWEEN DIFFERENT ROOFING
MATERIALS.
REFER TO NCC 2016 3.5.1.3. FOR FIXING, SHEET
LAYING SEQUENCE, FASTENER FREQUENCY FOR
TRANVERSE FLASHINGS AND CAPPINGS, ANTI
CAPILLARY BREAKS, FLASHING DETAILS.
ROOF PENETRATION FLASHING DETAILS.

ROOF PLAN Project: Drawing:


PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE ROOF PLAN
1 : 100
124 TALBOT ROAD,
SOUTH LAUNCESTON

Date: Scale:
Client name:
10 Goodman Court, Invermay Tasmania 7248,
p(l)+ 03 6332 3790 COLLINGS 14/03/2019 1 : 100
160 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart 7008 Project/Drawing no: Revision:
Drafted by: Approved by:
p(h)+ 03 6228 4575
info@primedesigntas.com.au primedesigntas.com.au A.V. Approver PD18383- 08 01
Accredited building practitioner: Frank Geskus -No CC246A
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PLANNING NOTE: DO NOT SCALE OFF DRAW INGS


BO
BO

UN
8m

UN
8m 30.4

DAR
30.4

DAR
ARY
D ARY UN D
BO

Y 18
UN
BO

Y 18
PASSENGER

.29
.29
VEHICLE (5.2 M)

m
m

BO
BO

UN
UN

DAR
DAR

Y 18
Y 18

.29
.29

m
m

8m PASSENGER
8m 30.4
30.4 ARY
D ARY UN D VEHICLE (5.2 M)
UN BO
BO

TURNING 1 TURNING 2
1 : 250 1 : 250

Project: Drawing:
PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE TURNING CIRCLES
124 TALBOT ROAD,
SOUTH LAUNCESTON

Date: Scale:
Client name:
10 Goodman Court, Invermay Tasmania 7248,
p(l)+ 03 6332 3790 COLLINGS 14/03/2019 1 : 250
160 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart 7008 Project/Drawing no: Revision:
Drafted by: Approved by:
p(h)+ 03 6228 4575
info@primedesigntas.com.au primedesigntas.com.au A.V. Approver PD18383- 09 01
Accredited building practitioner: Frank Geskus -No CC246A
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PLANNING NOTE: DO NOT SCALE OFF DRAW INGS


PASSENGER
VEHICLE (5.2 M)

BO
UN
8m

BO
30.4

DAR
RY

UN
A
UN D 8m
BO 0.4

Y 18

DAR
ARY3
UND

.29
BO

Y 18
m

.29
m
BO
UN

BO
DAR

UN
Y 18

DAR
.29

Y 18
m

.29
m
8m
30.4
ARY
UN D 8m
BO 30.4
ARY
BO
UN D PASSENGER
VEHICLE (5.2 M)

TURNING 3
1 : 250
TURNING 4
1 : 250

Project: Drawing:
PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE TURNING CIRCLES
124 TALBOT ROAD,
SOUTH LAUNCESTON

Date: Scale:
Client name:
10 Goodman Court, Invermay Tasmania 7248,
p(l)+ 03 6332 3790 COLLINGS 14/03/2019 1 : 250
160 New Town Road, New Town, Hobart 7008 Project/Drawing no: Revision:
Drafted by: Approved by:
p(h)+ 03 6228 4575
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PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE

124 TALBOT ROAD,

SOUTH LAUNCESTON

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PROPOSED MEDICAL CENTRE

124 TALBOT ROAD

SOUTH LAUNCESTON

TRAFFIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT

FINAL MARCH 2019

Traffic & Civil Services


ABN 72617648601
1 Cooper Crescent,
RIVERSIDE
Launceston TAS 7250 Australia
P: +61 3 634 8168
M: 0456 535 746
E: Richard.burk@trafficandcivil.com.au
W: www.trafficandcivil.com.au

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Contents

1. Introduction 4
1.1 Background 4
1.2 Objectives 4
1.3 Scope of Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA) 4
1.4 References 4
2. Site Description 5

3. The Proposal, Planning Scheme and Road Owner Objectives 7


3.1 Description of Proposed Development 7
3.2 Council Planning Scheme 7
3.3 Local Road Network Objectives 7

4. Existing Conditions 9
4.1 Transport Network 9
4.2 Traffic Activity 12
4.3 Crash History 12
4.4 Services 14
4.5 On Street Parking Review 14
4.6 Road Safety Review 14

5. Traffic Generation and Assignment 16


5.1 Traffic Growth 16
5.2 Trip Generation 16
5.3 Trip Assignment 16

6. Traffic Impact Analysis 18


6.1 Traffic Impact 18
6.2 Launceston Interim Planning Scheme 2015 - Road & Railway Assets Code E4 18
6.3 Lton Int. Planning Scheme 2015 - Traffic Generating Use and Parking Code E6 19
6.4 Other impacts 23

7. Recommendations and Conclusions 24

Appendices

Appendix A - Traffic Counts 25


Appendix B - Site layout and building plans 31

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1. Introduction
1.1 Background

This TIA reviews the proposed development of 124 Talbot Road, South Launceston to convert the
existing residential premises to a medical centre.
The review considers the adjacent road network, road safety, parking requirements and impact of
traffic generated by the development.

This Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA) should be submitted with the development application for the
proposal and has been prepared based on Department of State Growth guidelines and provides details
as follows:

• Anticipated additional traffic and pedestrian movements


• The significance of the impact of these movements on the existing road network
• Any changes required to accommodate the additional traffic

1.2 Objectives

A traffic impact assessment is a means for assisting in the planning and design of sustainable
development proposals that consider:
• Safety and capacity
• Equity and social justice
• Economic efficiency and the environment and
• Future development with traffic projections for 10 years

1.3 Scope of Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA)

This TIA considers in detail the impact of the proposal on Talbot Road.

1.4 References

• RTA Guide to Traffic Generating Developments – 2002


• Launceston Interim Planning Scheme 2015
• AS/NZS 2890.6:2009 Parking Part 6: Off street parking for people with disabilities
• National Construction Code 2014 – Part D3

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2. Site Description
The proposed development site is shown in figures 1 and 2. The land is gently sloping and adjacent to
a mix of residential use to the north and local business use to the south. The proposed site is zoned Inner
Residential. Talbot Road provides direct access to the centre of Launceston. Figure 3 shows the
proposed development layout.

Figure 1 – Location of proposed development

Figure 2 – Development Site

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Figure 3 – Proposed development layout showing proposed accessible parking space

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3. Proposed Development, Planning Scheme and


Road Owner objectives

3.1 Description of Proposed Development

The proposal is to redevelop the existing residential building at 124 Talbot Road as a medical centre
as shown in the floor plan, see figure 3. 124 Talbot Road has a lot area of ~557m² with the existing
residence, driveway and proposed parking.
The proposal includes 4 customer parking spaces at the rear of the property and 3 staff parking
spaces in the front and side of the property. There are is also some on-street parking available.

3.2 Council Planning Scheme

The proposed development involves land currently zoned Inner Residential in accordance with the
Launceston Interim Planning Scheme 2015 shown in Figure 4.

3.3 Local Road Network Objectives

The Launceston’s Transport Futures document outlines Launceston City Council’s vision for the
transport system, see following extract.

Extract from Launceston’s Transport Futures adopted by LCC Dec 2012

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Figure 4 – Launceston Interim Planning Scheme 2015 – South Launceston

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4. Existing Conditions

4.1 Transport Network


The road network at South Launceston consists of two arterial routes;
• Wellington Street - Hobart Road (Primary arterial route)
• High Street - Talbot Street - Hobart Road (Sub arterial route)

Both routes have a north south alignment and intersect at a major signalised intersection locally
known as Six Ways which includes connection with Punchbowl Road. Both routes connect
Kings Meadows with Launceston to the north.

Six Ways is 80m south of 124 Talbot Road. See Fig 9.


McKellar Road is 490m north of 124 Talbot Road and provides an east -west connection with
Newstead and Penquite Road via Amy Road.

4.1.1 Talbot Road

Talbot Road is a sub arterial road in the local road network carrying an estimated 8,425 vehicles per
day. The road consists of footpaths and unrestricted on-street parking both sides with 3.3m traffic lanes
in each direction plus a 2.1 median turn lane.

Talbot Road has 60km/h speed limit with a Gross Load Limit of 15 Tonnes and is a Metro bus route.
There are bus zones outside and opposite 124 Talbot Road. See Figures 6 and 10.

Figure 5 – East view of the access driveway of 124 Talbot Road entrance

Access approach
sight distance to
Talbot Road >
30m

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Figure 6 - Looking south from the driveway at 124 Talbot Road

Available sight
distance to the right
is 80m.
Note also the bus
stop just south of
driveway to 124
Talbot Road

Figure 7 - Looking north from the driveway at 124 Talbot Road

Available sight
distance to the left is
200m and potentially
limited due to
vegetation on the
fence line

Figure 8 - Looking north from the driveway at 124 Talbot Road

Median turn lane on


Talbot Road
provides well for
access to adjacent
properties.

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Figure 9- Looking south towards Sixways intersection from opposite 124 Talbot Road

Figure 10 - Bus zone opposite 124 Talbot Road

4.1.2 Sixways signalised intersection

The signalised Sixways intersection is 80m south of the 124 Talbot Road access.
This intersection does not provide for the right turn movement from Talbot Road onto Wellington
Street. Such traffic needs to turn left onto Punchbowl Road, or, U turn where possible and proceed
through the traffic signals onto Wellington Street. See Fig 9.

This signalised intersection is beneficial for 124 Talbot Road access, providing gaps in the am peak
traffic stream for traffic entering Talbot Road.

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4.2 Traffic Activity

Previous traffic turning count surveys were conducted in the area during July 2018 to ascertain extent
of traffic activity on Talbot Road. Figure 11 summarises the survey data. The AADT was estimated
by taking an average of estimated PM and AM peak hour counts and multiplying by 10. This is only
intended to give a broad-brush indication of average annual daily traffic (AADT).

Figure 11 – 124 Talbot Road traffic count data

4.3 Crash History

The Department of State Growth is supplied with reported crashes by Tasmania Police. The
Department maintains a crash database from the crash reports which is used to monitor road safety,
identify problem areas and develop improvement schemes.
The 5-year reported crash history for Talbot Road shows 1 property damage only crash near 124
Talbot Road as shown in figure 13. There is no trend in the data and one crash involved a minor injury
in 2015 associated with emerging from a driveway north of Bennett Street. This emphasises the need
to maintain clear lines of sight to approaching traffic.

Figure 12 – Summary of 5-year crash history near 124 Talbot Road

Near
Nearaccess
accessto
to124
124Talbot
TalbotRoad
Road

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Figure 13 – Plan of crash locations near 124 Talbot Road

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4.4 Services
There are a range of services on the footpath near the driveway to 124 Talbot Road including water,
telecommunication and power supply infrastructure, as shown in figure 14.

Figure 14 – Services at 124 Talbot Road

4.5 On Street Parking

On street parking is utilised on the driveway side and opposite side of Talbot Road as can be seen in
figures 5-8.

4.6 Road Safety Review

From inspection of Talbot Street and approaches to 124 Talbot Road there do not appear to be any
traffic safety deficiencies for road users. The local speed environment appears consistent with the
posted speed limit of 60km/hr.

From site observations pedestrian activity on Talbot Road is normal for a sub arterial route. Shrubs
impinging on the footpath outside 124 Talbot Road potentially limit sight distance for vehicles entering
onto Talbot Road from the driveway, see figure 7.

A 10km/hr Shared Zone is recommended to give the shared use of the driveway of the type shown in
figure 15.

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Figure 15 – Shared Zone signage standards, AS1742.1-2014

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5. Traffic Generation and Assignment


This section of the report describes how traffic generated by the proposal is distributed within the
adjacent road network now and in ten years (2029).

5.1 Traffic Growth


The rate of background traffic growth on Talbot Street is assumed to be 0.5% because of the limited
development potential and density of roadside development in the area.

5.2 Trip Generation

The estimated traffic generation for the proposal from first principles consists of:

• Customer parking at the rate of 5 bookings per day per practitioner where there are three
practitioners. This equates to traffic generation of 5*3*2 i.e 30 movements /day.

• Staff parking at 3 practitioners per day assuming 2 arrival and departures per day per
practitioner. This equates to traffic generation of 3*2*2 i.e 12 movements / day.

Overall traffic generation of 42 movements / day with 4 movements/hr at peak times.

5.3 Trip Assignment


It is estimated that the future traffic movements will have a similar arrival and departure patterns to
current situation as summarised in figure 16.

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Figure 16 - 2029 Trip Assignment for 124 Talbot Road

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6. Impact on Road Network


6.1 Traffic impact

The proposal will contribute an additional 42 trips per day to current traffic flow on Talbot Street once
fully developed. The low levels of vehicular traffic involved means that there should not be traffic
capacity or safety concerns with the proposal provided sight lines are not restricted. As can be seen in
figure 6,7 and 8.

6.2 Launceston Interim Planning Scheme 2015 – Road & Rail Assets Code E4

6.2.1 Code E4.5.1 Existing road accesses and junctions

Acceptable solution A3: The annual average daily traffic (AADT) of vehicle movements, to and from a
site, using an existing access or junction, in an area subject to speed limit of 60km/h or less, must not
increase by more than 20% or 40 vehicle movements per day, whichever is the greater.

The proposal satisfies acceptable solution A3 as site AADT is estimated at 8,425 vehicle movements
per day and the proposal will generate estimated 42 movements per day which is below the 20%
allowance of 1,685 vehicle movements per day.

6.2.2 Code E4.6.2 Road accesses and junctions

Acceptable solution A3: No more than one access providing both entry and exit, or two accesses
providing separate entry and exit, to roads in an area subject to a speed limit of 60km/h or less.
The proposal satisfies acceptable solution A3.

6.2.3 Code E4.6.4 Sight distance at accesses, junctions and level crossings

Acceptable Solution A1: Sight distances at:


(a) an access or junction must comply with the Safe Intersection Sight Distance shown in Table
E4.6.4; and
(b) rail level crossings must comply with AS1742.7.

Acceptable solution A 1 is not satisfied as the speed environment is 60Km/h, SISD required is
105m. 200m is available to the left of the proposed access and 80m to the right.

Performance Criteria P1: The design, layout and location of an access, junction or rail level crossing
must provide adequate sight distance to ensure the safe movement of vehicles, having regard to:
(a) the nature and frequency of the traffic generated by the use;
(b) (b) the frequency of use of the road or rail network

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(c) Any alternative access;


(d) The need for the access, junction or level crossing;
(e) Any traffic impact assessment
(f) Any measures to improve or maintain sight distance; and
(g) Any written advice received from the road or rail authority

The available sight distance to the right of 80m is acceptable as the traffic signals present provide breaks
in the traffic for access to Talbot Road so Performance Criteria P1 is satisfied.

6.3 Launceston Interim Planning Scheme 2015 – Parking and Sustainable


Transport Code E6

6.3.1 Code E6.5.1 Car parking numbers

Acceptable solution A1: The number of car parking spaces must not be less than 90% of the
requirements of Table E6.1

Car parking requirement is 4 car parking spaces per practitioner and the medical centre proposal is to
operate with 3 practitioners which equates to a parking requirement of 12 spaces. The proposal allows
for 7 off street parking spaces, accordingly acceptable solution A1 is not satisfied.

Performance Criteria P1.1:


The number of carparking spaces for other than residential uses, must be provided to meet the
reasonable needs of the, having regard to:
(a) The availability of off-road public car parking spaces within reasonable walking distance;
(b) The ability of multiple users to share spaces because of:
(1) Variations in car parking demand over time; or
(2) Efficiencies gained by consolidation of car parking spaces
(c) The availability and frequency of public transport within reasonable walking distance of the site
(d) Any site constraints such as existing buildings, slope, drainage, vegetation and landscaping
(e) The availability, accessibility and safety of on-road parking, having regard to the nature of the
roads, traffic management and other uses in the vicinity
(f) An assessment of the actual car parking demand determined in light of the nature of the use and
development
(g) The effect on streetscape
(h) The recommendations of any traffic impact assessment prepared for the proposal

Performance criteria P1 can be satisfied:

(a) 4 off-street customer parking spaces are provided at the rear of the property and 3 off-street
staff parking spaces in the front of the property.

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(b) The proposal is based around 15 Clinic appointments per day with three practitioners tending
5 patients each. The appointments are 1-hour duration with 15 minutes between appointments.

(c) Public Transport (Metro Bus stops) on Talbot Road are located adjacent to the site.

(d) No site constraints are evident to hinder on and off-street parking.

(e) 9 on-street parking spaces are available within 40m walking distance. From parking
observations 2-3 of the 9 on street parking spaces are free outside the am traffic peak period.

(f) Considering actual car parking demand in light of the nature of the use and development it is
considered that the realistic customer parking demand for the medical centre is 4 spaces. This
is based on guidelines and the proposed operation of the medical centre
\
• Parking generation rates from by RTA and ITE guidelines, based on floor area, are
summarised in figure 17.

Figure 17 - 2029 Trip Assignment for 124 Talbot Road Trip assignment at 112a Talbot Road

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• Proposed operation involves:

o appointment bookings at 1hour intervals with the average maximum


bookings being 5 per day per practitioner. At full capacity that would equate
to 15 clients through the door for all 3 practitioners in one day. There is the
possibility the patients may overlap for 5 minutes but generally one client
leaves and there is a 15 min break until the next appointment.

o many of the clients have disabilities and as such will be reliant on public
transport.

o typically, Allied Health practitioners work part time in private practice.

o given the nature of the work 20-30% or 1 day per week practitioners work
offsite for home/school visits, so in many cases the practice is a base.

(g) The potential increase in use of on-street parking will not dis-effect the streetscape on Talbot
Road. On Street parking spaces are line marked north of the driveway to 24 Talbot Road and
there is no on street parking on the southern side of the driveway to 24 Talbot Road.

(h) Customer parking supply consists of 4 off- street spaces and 2-3 on-street spaces ie a total of
6-7 spaces where demand will typically be up to 4 spaces. On this basis the impact of the
proposal is considered acceptable.

6.3.2 Code E6.6.1 Construction of parking areas

Acceptable solution A1: All parking, access ways, manoeuvring and circulation spaces must:

(a) Have a gradient of 10% or less;

(b) Be formed and paved;

(c) Be drained to the public stormwater system, or contain stormwater on the site;

(d) …be provided with an impervious all-weather seal; and

(e) …be line marked or provided with other clear physical means to delineate parking spaces.

The proposed parking areas comply with the above and satisfy Acceptable solution A1.

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6.3.3 Code E6.6.2 Design and layout of parking areas

A1.1 – Car parking, access ways, manoeuvring and circulation spaces must:
(a) Provide for vehicles to enter and exit the site in a forward direction where providing for more
than 4 parking spaces. Satisfied.
(b) Have a width of vehicular access no less than the requirements in Table E6.2, and no more
than 10% greater than the requirements in Table E6.2; 4.5m width provided.
(c) Have parking space dimensions in accordance with the requirements in Table E6.3;
Satisfied.
(d) Have a combined access and manoeuvring width adjacent to parking spaces not less than the
requirements in Table E6.3 where there are 3 or more car parking spaces; Satisfied.
(e) Have a vertical clearance of not less than 2.1 metres above the parking surface level.
Satisfied. There are no obstructions at 2.1m or less.
A1.1 is satisfied.

A1.2 - All accessible spaces for use by persons with a disability must be located closest to the main
entry point to the building.

A1.2 is satisfied.

A1.3 - Accessible spaces for people with a disability must be designated and signed as accessible
spaces where there are 6 spaces or more.

A1.3 is satisfied. Pavement markings will be applied to the sealed surface to designate the bay and
possibly signed with parking control signage R5-10 as shown in figure18.

Figure 18 R5-10 Parking Regulation sign to be used for accessible bay

A1.4 Accessible car parking spaces for use by persons with disabilities must be designed and
constructed in accordance with AS/NZS 2890.6-2009 Parking facilities -Off-street parking for people
with disabilities.

A1.4 is satisfied. An accessible car parking space and shared area space can be provided as per the
standard and satisfy the 1:33 (V:H) requirement for a sealed outdoor surface. The parking space and
shared area can be fitted so they are on the same grade of 1:33 (V:H).

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6.4 Other impacts

6.4.1 Environmental
No environmental impacts were identified in relation to:
• Noise, Vibration and Visual Impact
• Community Severance and Pedestrian Amenity
• Hazardous Loads
• Air Pollution, Dust and Dirt and Ecological Impacts
• Heritage and Conservation values

6.4.2 Street Lighting and Furniture

Talbot Street has street lighting and does not justify further road side furniture such as a Bus Shelters,
Seats, Direction signs, Landscaping, street trees or fencing.

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7. Recommendations and Conclusions


This traffic impact assessment has been prepared to support a development application for 124 Talbot
Road, South Launceston. The assessment has reviewed the existing road conditions, crash history,
traffic activity and parking requirements.

Talbot Road is high standard sub arterial road with traffic activity at some 8,245 vpd with a median
turn lane for safe access to side roads and properties such as 124 Talbot Road and caters well for
access to the proposed development. The traffic signals 80m south of 124 Talbot Road also provide
breaks in through traffic that provide well for right turn movements in and out of the proposed access.

The five -year crash history does not indicate a crash propensity on Talbot Road.

The traffic on Talbot Road is estimated from recent turning count surveys to be 8,245 vehicles per day
and the traffic generated by the proposal, estimated at 42 vehicles per day, can be easily
accommodated with no traffic capacity issues.

Justification is provided to demonstrate that the proposal satisfies Road and Railway Assets Code E4
and Parking and Sustainable Transport Code E6 requirements of the Launceston Interim Planning
Scheme 2015. Evidence is provided to demonstrate that customer parking demand from the proposal
is satisfied under the performance criteria provisions.

Recommendations from review of the proposal are as follows:

• A 10km/hr Shared Zone installed on the driveway in the interests of pedestrian safety.

• Vegetation on the front fence be trimmed to ensure sight lines are not limited.

Overall, it has been concluded that the proposed development on Talbot Road should operate safely
and efficiently if the above listed recommendations are implemented.

Based on the findings of this report and subject to the recommendations above, the proposed
development is supported on traffic grounds.

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Appendices
Appendix A – Traffic Data 124 Talbot Road PM Peak
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Traffic Count Data 124 Talbot Road AM Peak


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8 February 2019

City of Launceston
Town Hall, 18-28 St John Street
Launceston
Tasmania 7250

Dear Planner,

Re: Proposed change of use & internal alterations at 124 Talbot Road, South Launceston

Proposed change of use:


Medical centre (allied health) - business & professional services which is a discretionary use under this zone
(if for medical centre).
Description:
Most of the proposed building works are internal apart from the demolition of existing out buildings to
accommodate car parking at the rear.
Staff:
Allied health medical practice (namely psychologists and possibly occupational therapists and speech
pathologists)
Initially 2 psychologist but the application will be for 3 practitioners and 1 part time administration staff
for 2 days per week as most of the work is funded through government programs such as NDIS and the
administration roll is only to make calls and process billing.
Opening hours:
Mon to Fri = 8:30am to 5pm, closed weekends. Occasionally there will be pre-arranged single private
appointments on a weekend.
Full time occupancy will be available but typically Allied Health practitioners only work part time in
private practice.
Please note that 20-30% or 1 day per week is offsite for home/school visits given the nature of the work,
so in many cases the practice is used as a base.
Typical Appointments:
Appointment bookings are at 1 hour intervals with the average maximum bookings being 5 per day per
practitioner. At full capacity that would equate to 15 clients through the door for all 3 practitioners in a
single day.
There is the possibility the patients may overlap for 5 minutes but generally one client leaves and there is a
15 min break until the next appointment. Many of the clients have disabilities and as such will be reliant
on public transport. (Please note there is a bus stop next to 124 Talbot road, see page 4)

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Car Parking:
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We are proposing 4 car parking spaces at the rear of the property. These are wider spaces as per council
standards to allow for turning, one of these is to be an accessible car space.
Car parking requirements are 4 spaces per practitioner, this would mean that 12 car spaces are required.
Car parking will be discretionary as we can only provide 4 out of 12 spaces. Given the nature of the
practice, the appointment duration and frequency as mentioned above, the location of bus stops and off
site work we feel the parking proposed is adequate for this use.

Zone: 11.0 Inner Residential


Overlays: Nil

11.3 Use Standards


11.3.1 Hours of operation
A1 Complies, the use does not require commercial vehicles.

11.3.2. Mechanical plant and equipment


A1 Complies, the use does not require any special air conditioning systems other than a
typical residential heat pump system.
11.3.3. Light spill and illumination
A1 a) & b) Complies, the use does not adjoin general residential, low density residential,
urban mixed and village zones.
11.3.4. External storage of goods
A1 Complies, council rubbish bins will be placed at the rear of the property.
11.3.5 Commercial vehicle parking
A1 n/a

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11.4.12 Location of car parking


A1 n/a
A1.2 Complies, parking is proposed at the rear of the property.
A2.2. Compiles, turning is provided at the rear of the property.

E6.0 Parking and Sustainable Transport Code


E6.5 Use Standards

E6.5.1. Car parking numbers


A1. Does not comply

P1.1
The number of car parking spaces for other than residential uses, must be provided to meet the reasonable needs of
the use, having regard to:
a) the availability of off-road public car parking spaces within reasonable walking distance;
b) the ability of multiple users to share spaces because of:
i) variations in car parking demand over time; or
ii) efficiencies gained by consolidation of car parking spaces;
c) the availability and frequency of public transport within reasonable walking distance of the site;
d) any site constraints such as existing buildings, slope, drainage, vegetation and landscaping;
e) the availability, accessibility and safety of on-road parking, having regard to the nature of the roads, traffic
management and other uses in the vicinity;
f) an assessment of the actual car parking demand determined in light of the nature of the use and development;
g) the effect on streetscape; and
h) the recommendations of any traffic impact assessment prepared for the proposal; or

There is good availability of on-road car parking spaces along Talbot road that are not metered, see image
page 4.
There is also good access to public transport with a bus stop located adjacent to the proposed site at 126
Talbot road and also nearby on Hobart Road. Buses to the city and Punchbowl (six ways) are
approximately hourly stops.
In this instance we are constrained by the foot print of the existing building and the site boundaries/size
therefore providing the required number of spaces is not possible. There will be no impact on the
streetscape as the proposed car park will be at the rear of the building.

As mentioned above appointment bookings will be at 1 hour intervals with the average maximum
bookings being 5 per day per practitioner. At full capacity that would equate to 15 clients through the
door for all 3 practitioners in one day. There is the possibility the patients may overlap for 5 minutes but
generally one client leaves and there is a 15 min break until the next appointment. Many of the clients
have disabilities and as such will be reliant on public transport. Typically Allied Health practitioners only
work part time in private practice. Please note that 20-30% or 1 day per week is offsite for home/school
visits given the nature of the work, so in many cases the practice is used as a base. On this basis he
amount of car parking that is being proposed should meet the needs of the practice without heavy reliance
on on-road parking.

A traffic impact assessment is not required for this development, the site is subject to a speed limit of
60m/h and there will be less than 40 vehicle movements per day.

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Image shows location of a bus stop in front of number 126 Talbot road:

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Existing on-street parking on both sides of Talbot Road – non metered

E6.5.2 Bicycle parking numbers


Table E6.1.
Please Note: Bicycle parking is not required however it is proposed to have a bicycle rack, this is
shown on the proposed site plan.
E6.5.3. Tax spaces
A1 n/a
E6.5.4. Motorcycle parking
A1 n/a
E6.5.5. Loading bays
A1 n/a
E6.6.1 Construction of parking areas
A1 Complies

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A1.2. & A1.3


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A1.4
Complies.

Table E6.1 Parking space requirements – Does not comply, refer to P1.1. Above.
Business and professional services:
Doctor’s surgery, clinic, consulting room, veterinary surgery.
Acceptable solution: 4 spaces per registered practitioner - no Bicycle requirement

Table E6.2 Internal access way widths for vehicles – Complies


1 to 5 car spaces:
A minimum width of 3m

Table 6. 3 Dimensions of car parking spaces and combined access and manoeuvring space
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Angle of car spaces to manoeuvring space = 90 degrees
Combined access and manoeuvring width = 4.8m
Car Park Widths = 3.2m
Car Park length = 5.4m

E18.0 Signs Code


E18.6 Table 1
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front boundary.

Ground based sign – Complies


• Max horizontal dimensions is 2m
• There is only 1 sign proposed
• Maximum height is 1.5m above ground
• The structure does not project above the sign face.

Kind regards

Angela Verze

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