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PART LOT 141 DP 9359,
AVOCA DRIVE, AVOCA BEACH
AVOCA BEACH ‘ALFRESCO’
THEATRE
Printed by Gosford City Council, 49 Mann Street, GOSFORD NSW 2250
DEVELOPMENT
CONTROL
PLAN
NO. 141
Development Control Plan No 141 1
Avoca Beach ‘Alfresco’ Theatre
DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN NO 141
PART LOT 140 DP 9359, AVOCA DRIVE, AVOCA BEACH
AVOCA BEACH 'ALFRESCO' THEATRE
1 Name of Plan
This plan is called Development Control Plan No 141 - part Lot 140 DP 9359, Avoca Drive,
Avoca Beach - Avoca Beach 'Alfresco' Theatre. This plan consists of this document.
2 LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN
This plan generally conforms to the provisions of the Gosford Planning Scheme Ordinance and
any subsequent amending Local Environmental Plan, in particular, Local Environmental Plan
No 388 which enables the use of the land as an outdoor cinema.
3 PURPOSE OF PLAN
The purpose of this DCP is to provide more detailed guidelines for the development of the land
having regard to the potential adverse impact that the outdoor theatre may have on the amenity
of area, given the residential character of the area.
4 OPERATION OF PLAN
This plan has been prepared in accordance with Section 72 of the Environmental Planning and
Assessment Act, 1979, and accompanying Regulation. This plan will come into effect upon
gazettal of the amending Local Environmental Plan (or other date as specified).
5 APPLICATION OF PLAN
Where a development application is lodged which relates to land to which this plan applies,
Council shall take the provisions of this plan into consideration in determining that application.
Compliance with the provisions of this plan does not necessarily imply that Council will
consent to any application. Council must also take into consideration those matter listed under
Section 79C of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979 (as amended).
6 OBJECTIVES OF THE DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN
The objectives of this Development Control Plan are to ensure that the outdoor cinema operates
in manner so as to not cause adverse affect to residential properties in the locality.
7 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN
a the outdoor cinema is to be operated and managed as an adjunct to the existing Avoca
Beach Theatre;
b it is to only operate for the months of November through to February inclusive and during
other holiday periods, but only on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and/or Saturday evenings;
Development Control Plan No 141 2
Avoca Beach ‘Alfresco’ Theatre
c acoustics engineering measures are to be undertaken as outlined to the Inspection
Committee on 16 November 1999 as specified as Arners Vickers (consultant). This
comprises 12 hanging speakers (at a height of no more than 2.5 metres from the ground),
projected down, with a graphic equaliser and compressor sound limitator within the
amplification system;
d noise to be minimised so that there is no increase greater than 5dBA at the boundary
above background noise (Note: this may be required to be confirmed by an Acoustical
Engineers Report once measures outlined under part 'c' above are implemented;
e hours of operation are to be limited from sunset to 10.30 pm;
f the screen (when being projected upon) is not to be clearly visible from private properties,
so as to discourage use of private lands by patrons avoiding the admission fee. This may
be achieved through screen orientation, visual screening (to a suitable high standard) if
required.

g each session is to be limited to a maximum of 200 persons;
h patrons of the outdoor cinema are to be managed in such a manner so as to not cause
nuisance to neighbouring residents;
i the lattice screen fronting Avoca Drive be supplemented on the property side with a
suitable perspex lining barrier;
j any alterations to fencing or the projection screen are to be designed so as to not impact
upon views (note: this may require any additional screening fence to be lowered when the
outdoor theatre is not operating).
(Adopted 1 February 2000 – Min No 21/2000)