90 Osborne Avenue, Umina Beach NSW 2257

Construction of Community Men's Shed including Reception, Carpark and Storage Facility

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 14 days ago. It was received by them about 13 hours earlier.

(Source: Central Coast Council (Gosford), reference 012.2019.00057593.001)

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  1. Jan commented

    We hope you can save as much of your beautiful bushland shade trees as is possible. Especially the established trees which are necessary for local bird life to nest and other pollinators to live. On the Peninsular, we are in desperate need for shade to keep our local temperature down, particularly during our hot summer months.
    Thank you for all the community help the Men’s Shed gives.
    Kind regards,
    Jan

  2. Frank commented

    It is great to see the Umina Men's Shed about to re-emerge as it's such a great asset to our local community. I too am concerned about the existing shade trees being removed as it will make the shed too hot in summer without air-conditioning (expensive even with solar) not to mention a bit of cool to park cars.
    Good luck with the build guys.

  3. Deborah commented

    Please spare the existing trees from the chopping block. These will be such a blessing in summer and keep the men cool in their shed. Trees are an asset and can be incorporated in the design. These will keep the cars in the car park cool as well.
    Thank you

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