40 King Street, Umina Beach NSW 2257

7 Lot Subdivision Strata

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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 010.2019.00056871.001 )


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  1. Lesley Harvey commented

    Now that Ettalong Beach and Umina are cited by Council as the hottest suburbs, can the developers of yet another maximun density housing project PLEASE leave some room for shade trees?
    Too often, tree demolition is agreed to and rarely replaced when the job is completed despite the plans showing gardens and trees.
    Can Council ensure plantings are done or at lease one tree is preserved?

  2. RB commented

    Lesley Harvey
    regarding hottest suburbs. yes maybe, so time to build more highrise to shade the streets?
    great idea

  3. Goodbye Peninsula commented

    Don't it always seem to go
    That you don't know what you've got til its gone
    They paved paradise
    And put up a parking lot

    They took all the trees
    And put 'em in a tree museum
    And they charged the people
    A dollar and a half to seem 'em
    No no no
    Don't it always seem to go,
    That you don't know what you've got
    Til its gone
    They paved paradise
    And put up a parking lot

  4. Chrissy commented

    Gosford Council urgently need to plant more trees in Ettalong and Umina if they don’t want to be known as the most energy inefficient council due to excessive aircon use.
    Or protect more trees.

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