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In Godwin Beach QLD on “Material Change of Use -...” at 1 Esplanade, Godwin Beach QLD 4511:

Stewart James Hill commented

My Name is Stewart James Hill of 28 May Street Godwin Beach. I completely disagree with the proposal for the development of 1 Esplanade Godwin Beach. I feel that the environmental impact will be far greater than the report indicates. There are a great number of Macropods that use this area for safe haven. As a local resident, I very often see them in this area. I also feel that there would be a large number of other animals and bird life that would be affected. I would also add that over time, the mangrove area on the southern boundary would be significantly affected by occupants of the camping area.
As indicated in the report, May street is a single lane street with two way traffic. Local residents respect the speed limits in the area. As the area is family based with lots of children that ride bikes and walk around the streets safely, the introduction of non residential traffic would be dangerous to the local families.
I would also object to the increase in traffic in construction phase in our single lane street. If locals park on the roadside as the law states and not on the footpath as they currently do for safety reasons, there would be no trough traffic for construction vehicles.

I strongly believe that there should be a residential meeting organised for discussing the proposal before a single sod of soil is turned.

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