50 Bannerman Road, Lisarow NSW 2250

Places Of Public Worship on Proposed Lot 1

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

(Source: Central Coast Council (Gosford), reference 011.2018.00054034.001 )

6 Comments

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  1. Ashley Roulston commented

    To whom it may concern,

    I fully support this application for 50 Bannerman Road, Lisarow. Having known of these people in Brisbane where I was from, and getting to know them in this area, they are decent citizens of the world with the best in mind. The plans indicate a small non-intrusive dwelling/hall which is to be used here and there with minimal traffic disturbance, as indicated in their submission of times of use. I have had these guys as neighbors before, and they are considerate people. They have their own charity initiatives, and globally help those in need and distress. I cannot think of better members to be included and accepted into a local community.

    As far as the actual development goes in addition to the above, I believe the building will be kept in good clean shape with care and pride taken in the aesthetics of the development and presentation in the street. Reading through the submissions, it seems all concerns have been addressed in a satisfactory fashion.

    Again, 100% positive support.

  2. Karina Berry commented

    I am NOT in favour of this.
    Why should something like this be funded when local sporting facilities cannot be maintained & updates when they are in dire need.
    We should be encouraging more children, adults & families to lead healthy lifestyles & by doing this we need upgraded facilities to cater for them.
    Adcock Park should not have been postponed. Such a disappointment on the councils behalf.
    And Wyong Lakes AFL clubhouse, why is that being held off? They’ve been waiting so long to get their facility rebuilt.
    Give the community a fair go!

  3. Paul Metcalf commented

    I would like to see more respect given to the local area, people, animals and environment. The building application is ok, although it is an application that will benefit only one single group of people, no-one else in the local area. I notice they plan to demolish all remaining trees which some are over 200 years old. Especially one large one on the edge of the property. Is this really necessary? It adds character to the area and compliments it as well as providing nesting for endangered birds. The habitat loss from the current subdivision has been devastating with so many native animals turning up dead on roads, and in peoples gardens.
    That is my main dispute to the application. I would also like some consideration to be made to the local people who have already had to put up with 3 years of almost constant noise from bush clearing, excavating and building. Many people backing onto it are at their wit's end. There are multiple people in the area who suffer from autism so the loud noise is very disruptive to daily life and these people would never give something like that a thought.

    Please consider keeping as many trees as possible and I will support the application and recognise the applicants as respectful people to the local area and environment, but the habitat loss already has been catastrophic and extremely saddening at the blatant lack of respect to local flora and fauna. The native birds around Cottesloe Ave/Pemberton are literally non-existent since the work started, and there will be even less if more trees are cleared! It used to be a lush, beautiful bush sanctuary but now it's just an example of terrible environmental damage!

  4. John Lynch commented

    This proposed church is not a place of public worship. The Plymouth Bretheren changed their name from the EXCLUSIVE Bretheren in 2012 and this proposal is exclusively for them. In late 2005 the Supreme Court of Queensland ruled the Bretheren should not be eligible for property rate exemptions because private church services did not fit the category of public worship. This development is not in the interest of the public and the immediate residents of Bannerman Road. The new housing development adjoins and I’m sure residents would appreciate a true public facility such as a hall that could have multiple use including child-care.
    The site has been stripped of its trees once habitat for the Regent Bowerbird, an endangered species. This slope needs stabilisation and could slip into the houses below without vegetation holding it together. The houses below are cut into the slope and will already have drainage problems but these problems will be excaberated by this inappropriate development.
    I urge the council not to approve this application because of the site and because the use of the site is not inclusive of all rate-paying residents.

  5. RhondaLynch commented

    I am opposing this application. This area has been a haven for wild life but, over the last three years, has been ripped of its native habitat. Now it’s happening again. We will have a huge influx of traffic in a once quieter semi rural area. Affecting the wildlife in our area and increasing noise. Please stop this application, now.

  6. RhondaLynch commented

    I am opposing this application. This area has been a haven for wild life but, over the last three years, has been ripped of its native habitat. Now it’s happening again. We will have a huge influx of traffic in a once quieter semi rural area. Affecting the wildlife in our area and increasing noise. Please stop this application, now.

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