Crooked River Rd, Gerroa, NSW 2534

Operation of surf school

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 1 month ago. It was received by them 8 days earlier.

(Source: Kiama Municipal Council, reference 010.2018.00000296.001)


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  1. Stephen Brazier commented

    I would like to express my objection to this DA.
    This DA by Surf Camp is every thing this community does not want.
    This is a land grab from the general public to benefit a commercial proprietor.

    Surf Camp are requesting to reduce the non surf school zones and increase their surf school zones, as well as increase the number of participants from 56 to 120 at track 6.
    It is not acceptable. This is a public beach not an industrial park!

    There should be no increase in the entitlement for surf schools beyond what is already in the current policy.

    This surf school expansion must be stopped before there is no beach left for the general public!

  2. Chris Cassidy commented

    Any attempt to increase the commercialisation of Seven Mile Beach, a unique community asset, should be strongly opposed. The beach is a community wide resource that should not be curtailed or lessened in any way for the purpose of enriching commercial return.

    The application as set out, would , in my view , prioritise commercial gain to the detriment of other recreational beach users, this is NOT its purpose.

    Any future policy should provide an appropriate balance between the operation of surf schools and recreational beach users.

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