23 Lens Avenue, Umina Beach NSW 2257

Secondary Dwelling

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 5 months ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Central Coast Council (Gosford), reference 012.2018.00055298.001 )

3 Comments

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  1. Jennifer Anne Herrick commented

    Not sure what the point is in continually pointing out the associated negative issues with secondary dwellings in the Peninsula. Council has made it pretty clear their intention to continue approving down this path. So just read what I've said before. I'm not going to keep repeating myself.

  2. Lesley Harvey commented

    Can the owners plant a shade tree when the build has finished. See Council's preferred tree list for ideas and preferably plant an advanced specimen in auntumn/winter for fast growth and sustainability.
    This will help the Peninsula recover some of the many mature trees that have been lost to intensive developments (villas, flats and granny cottages). The Peninsula is now rated, with Warnervale and Long Jetty, the hottest 'heat-sink' area on the Central Coast.
    Also, with yet another granny flat, can Council ensure there is sufficient on-site parking for tenant car(s). Residents are fed up with more and more cars cluttering the lane ways, the noise of slamming car doors at all hours and rubbish bins unable to be collected.

  3. Marie Haastrup commented

    Totally agree with Lesley Harvey

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