700 Pacific Highway Hamlyn Terrace NSW 2259

91 Small Lot Housing Development, Subdivision & Demolition of Existing Structures (Amended Application)

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

(Source: Central Coast Council (Wyong Shire), reference DA - 4 / 2016E)

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  1. Adel Firth-Mason commented

    These new pokey little subdivisions look terrible from MacDougall Crescent. Grey building squashed against grey building. Trees removed with no nature reserves for the local wildlife including birds: all losing more and more of their habitat. No new large shopping complex or café's for the growing community, with Lake Haven already with too few parking spaces.

    What of water resources also?

    Please consider the already inadequate infrastructure before allowing more and more small allotment subdivisions.

  2. Craig Burke commented

    Lets make this clear where is the infrastructure to support this? The developers couldnt care less about the community the roads in particular warnervale rd are in a terrible state the town planner at central coast council has got some serious questions to answer you cant just keep squashing house after house into hamlyn terrace .
    Council aready cant keep the parks mowed or fix the roads STOP ...qnd the ruse about affordable housing is being taken advantage of by developers does anyone on council actually look at the rental prices being asked? Hardly affordable...this council should be voted out!!!!

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