Recent comments on applications from Port Macquarie-Hastings Council, NSW

  1. In Port Macquarie NSW on “Conversion of Workshop to...” at 25 Paris La, Port Macquarie 2444 NSW:

    Elaine Goode commented

    Please can you advise what this development application entails. It only says 'change of use' and there are no further details when I click 'more information' on the pmhc development tracker. Thank you.

  2. In Port Macquarie NSW on “Dwelling (Proposed Lot 4)” at 2 Gunsynd Ch, Port Macquarie 2444 NSW:

    Elaine Goode commented

    Please can you clarify what is being requested in this application i.e. what planning approval is being sought under this section 68 request?

  3. In Port Macquarie NSW on “Change of Use - Dwelling to...” at 24A Granite Street Port Macquarie NSW 2444, Australia:

    Dean Jenner commented

    So many cars do u turns to return to the main CBD district in granite st, as it is the Quickest option to get there. I believe this would only contribute to the likely hood of a major accident as I have already witnessed a number of near hits. Approve this centre at your own peril as it would be neglegant to investigate this further and provide a safe st for the town to use, as it is considered a main thoughroufare for many people

  4. In Port Macquarie NSW on “Change of Use - Dwelling to...” at 24A Granite Street Port Macquarie NSW 2444, Australia:

    Wendy Jensen commented

    I believe this position or particular house wouldn't be appropriate as a medical centre. The off street parking there is already not enough for the residence around the area. And as well this dwelling has no off street parking
    The block and access is not suitable for elderly or disabled and very hard to access. Also the busy road makes it hard with small children. I think this would be more a traffic hazard than anything.

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