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In Enmore NSW on “To extend the trading hours...” at 2 Stanmore Road Enmore NSW 2042:

Mike commented

FYI to everyone as I've just had an email from Council about this - bad news is that the proposal was APPROVED. As always the council refers to "the interests of the community at large" without ever making clear what this means.

Thank you for your submission concerning a Development Application under Section 4.55 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act to modify Modified Determination No. 200600467.01 dated 24 December 2018 to modify condition 2A to alter the commencement date of the trial period on the above property.

Please be advised that the matters raised in your submission were considered in conjunction with the assessment of the application and having regard to the requirements of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, the Council's codes and policies, the interests of the community at large, and the reasonable expectations of the applicant.

The application was subsequently APPROVED subject to conditions.

You do not have a right of appeal to the Land and Environment Court in respect of the merits of the Council’s decision. However under Section 9.45 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, any person may bring proceedings in the Land and Environment Court for an order to remedy or restrain a breach of this Act. You should obtain your own legal advice about whether such proceedings may be commenced.

If you wish to discuss the matter please contact Kevin Smith on 93352117 from Council’s Development Assessment Section.

Yours faithfully

Luke Murtas

Manager Development Assessment

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