361 Blackhead Road, Hallidays Point NSW 2430

Retirement village (staged)

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 12 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Mid-Coast Council (Greater Taree), reference 123/2004/DA/B)

8 Comments

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  1. Clare Taylor commented

    Is this the site of the Gateway manufactured homes estate which was previously rejected by Council?

  2. Anne Mayne commented

    No, this is not 303 Black Head Road, but 361 which is immediately next door on Black Head Road, and supposed to be a Retirement Village (staged). 303 was rejected initially by Council, but delayed so long with the decision the owners now have the right to go to the Land and Environment Court to have it approved. It seems we may have not only 202 manufactured homes approved, but now another development raises its ugly head right next door. Literally hundreds of dwellings of whatever kind with a lousy road, lack of transport, nowhere near shops or beach - GO FIGURE!!
    I have not made any donation or gift to a Councillor or Council employee.

    Anne Mayne, Tallwoods.

  3. Patricia Lamey commented

    This looks like a manufactured homes site and not a retirement village a new DA should be presented for community consultation !
    This property is in the path of fires coming across from Darawank reserve and it is dangerous to place so many of these huts there
    The roadside is unsuitable and dangerous for entry and exit
    There is only 1 road in and out to Lakesway making evacuation a risk in fire prone area
    There is not the infrastructure to support dense housing in this are
    The block is heavily wooded and near the Koala corridor
    The plan for these huts is not in keeping with the area amenity
    The transport to towns is limited
    We have no permanent doctor at Halliday’s point

  4. Clare Taylor commented

    What has happened with Gateway's application to the Land and Environment Court submitted last year and also what was the result of a site meeting which took place between Council, representatives of the Land and Environment Court and concerned residents?
    I think residents deserve an answer.
    Thanks,
    Clare Taylor

  5. Simon Burgess commented

    This is an amendment to an existing DA approval for a retirement village and nursing home approved in 2095 by council. This is not a new application and what is proposed are not 'huts'.

  6. Simon Burgess commented

    Sorry the approval was 2005 not 2095.

  7. Cheryl Stevens commented

    123/2004/DA/B
    I was wondering who the developers are? It states on Midcoast Council that the company is, Australian AC Partners Property Pty Ltd. Who are they and who is Edith Burgess? These developments are not suitable for this area because of traffic congestion, lack of infrastructure and facilities and transport. It is difficult enough for the wildlife now without added over development of sites.
    I must agree with Anne Mayne and Patricia Lamey.

    I have not made any donation or gift to a Councillor or Council Employee.

  8. Cheryl Stevens commented

    123/2004/DA/B
    I was wondering who the developers are? It states on Midcoast Council that the company is, Australian AC Partners Property Pty Ltd. Who are they and who is Edith Burgess? These developments are not suitable for this area because of traffic congestion, lack of infrastructure and facilities and transport. It is difficult enough for the wildlife now without added over development of sites.
    I must agree with Anne Mayne and Patricia Lamey.

    I have not made any donation or gift to a Councillor or Council Employee.

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