43 Seaside Bvd, Fern Bay 2295 NSW

Childcare centre,dwelling,health consulting rooms,shop

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 3 years ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Port Stephens Council, reference 016-2016-00000250-001)

4 Comments

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  1. Jenny Barker commented

    I think Fern Bay in a growing community. And these proposed shops, childcare rooms ect would be a good idea. But more suited to a location not so directly around the surrounding houses. Maybe in a bigger space around a bigger area for potentially more shops. NOT SO DIRECTLY AROUND THE SURROUNDING SUBURBAN HOUSES. It would be a shame I have all these new lovely homes, then to start putting shops everywhere will take away from the lovely surroundings. Although I do think having these shop would be good, but not in that exact location.

  2. Beinda commented

    I think a lovely little convientent shop would be excellent in this little suburb.

  3. Jenny commented

    Hi on the development on seaside boulevard. I think a tennis court would be awesome. Absolutely not a skate park. I think skate parks attract kids that end up making the skate park a meeting ground for trouble and vanderlisum. And attract the kids to hand around at ungodly hours.

  4. Angela Bradley commented

    Why isn't there a supermarket? Like Coles or Woolworths in fern bay. There are so many new houses and retirement villages. It's time

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