29 Barrenjoey Road, Ettalong Beach NSW 2257

Secondary Dwelling

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 2 months ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Central Coast Council (Gosford), reference 012.2020.00058517.001)


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  1. Lesley Harvey commented

    Can the owners/developer plant a tree or two on this project, expecially onthe western boundary? Barranjoey Rd has not much in the way of shade left and any addition of trees would help sell/increase the price of these units to new owners/tenants.
    All too often, contractors clear-fell every last thing on these old blocks when with a bit of thought, trees can be planned for and added.
    The Peninsula and Umina in particular, is now rated by Council's land-heat survey as one of the hottest areas on the Central Coast by 4 degrees aided by the coastal sand plain, in-fill housing, more tin fences, more hard surfaces (driveways & rooves) and taking down of too many trees.

  2. John Mulder commented

    Please ensure that adequate parking within the property for vehicles as the rear access lane is in constant use and directly opposite is a 3 car garage with 3 vehicles that are in constant use,,,,also these accesses need to be kept clear during costruction..also excess rain water will have to be drained to barrenjoey road as there is a garage at 36 banksia street that is already subject to flooding and any more water into that property would be devistatiing to the people that live there
    May be advisable to put no standing signs in the lane from the boundary 25 / 27 barrenjoey rd to the boundary 35 / 37 barrenjoey rd just to keep access for the vehicles that are parked within there own properties in this area,,,just in this area there are at least 9 vehicles parked that turn into the lane

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