44A Cornelian Road, Pearl Beach, NSW

Alterations and additions

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(Source: Central Coast Council, reference DA/331/2023)


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  1. Blair Swan commented

    This proposal is sympathetic to the existing structures, the site layout and nearby properties and location. The trees proposed for removal add little amenity and will be adequately compensated in planting proposals. This feels like an appropriate and well considered development proposal for the property and Pearl Beach village.

  2. Gary Phillips commented

    Although I have no particular issues with the alterations to the property I would like to understand why a large and beautiful Melaleuca Guinquenovia (Paperbark) needs to be impacted and in this case removed completely. It is very large, in very good health, has a life status of medium and a status of high for preservation. It does have some low branches that may interfere with the proposed structure but why not consider removing them instead of the whole tree. If it because of foundations then reconsider the location of the proposed additions as they are not attached to the main house or using a construction method that will not harm the roots of this beautifull tree. This tree adds much character to and a home for many species fauna in Cornelian Road, along with contributing to the tree canopy and thus temperature during the summer in Pearl Beach.

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