860A Pacific Highway, Marks Point NSW 2280

Emergency Services Facility

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website almost 4 years ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Lake Macquarie City Council, reference DA-1728/2015)

4 Comments

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  1. Andrew Offen commented

    Great to see progress being made in re-energizing this community asset. I would expect to see local jobs and business activity receive a significant boost as a result. I hope the project goes ahead.

  2. Chris Osborne commented

    The addition of the Westpac Rescue Helicopter service to the airport is a great asset for East Lake Macquarie. The construction of the facilities will provide jobs plus there will be ongoing jobs after completion. The helicopter base will house 1 doctor a up to 4 paramedics 24 hour per day providing the local community with a medical emergency service on their doorstep. Any noise generated by the helicopters taking off in the early hours of the morning every so often is a small price to pay knowing that the service is helping our fellow citizens who are in need of this vital emergency service that is saving lives. The re-opening of the airport last year has been overwhelmingly accepted by the majority of the local community.

  3. Darryl Hadfield commented

    I fully support this proposal The addition of the Westpac Rescue Helicopter service to the airport is a boost for our local area of East Lake Macquarie. It will revitalise what has been a dormant airport for many years.

  4. Sam Sab commented

    The proposal for the Westpac rescue helicopter service being added will only benefit this community. I hope all are for it.

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