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Only 56 submissions to the proposed Broulee subdivision - none request change


Based on Council documents the council planning department received 56 submissions from Community Consultation relating to the proposed Broulee subdivision. However, no relevant submissions were received that required changing the proposal and it will be approved at next weeks Council Meeting (Tuesday 28th March 2017).

31 responses were in favour of the proposal (10 of these appear to be form letters) saying it was a tasteful development that will address youth unemployment, provide jobs for tradies, provide investment for the shire and rates for council.

25 responses noted a range concerns and suggested improvements for the development including the unsuitability of the medium density zoning, lack of green space and the clear felling of all trees. Council planners felt these concerns were not relevant to make any further changes.

You can read the summary of each public submission and the planners responses to each, in the appendix to the council agenda on the council website. The appendix is quite difficult to find so we have extracted a version on our website:

http://www.brouleemossypoint.org/uploads/2/2/2/3/22234512/communityfeedback.pdf


View the 17 pages of submissions regarding the Subdivision here

Broulee Mossy Point Community Association advise that iIf you wish to speak in Public Forum of the Council Meeting at 10am on Tuesday, you will need to register with Council by 12 noon on Monday 27 March 2017.

Please see the http://www.esc.nsw.gov.au/inside-council/council/meetings

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