Locals who objected to the re-development of the Coachhouse Marina Resort with aged care, senior's living housing and residential housing in 20 large buildings predominantly 4 and 5 storeys high have received notification of a public meeting where the NSW Government's Southern Regional Planning Panel will determine the application. The public meeting will be held at the Batemans Bay Soildiers Club on Monday 26 August at 1pm.
The Beagle has been advised by a local objector to the project that "many local residents have not received a copy of Council's report to the Southern Regional Planning Panel. We do hope that those residents who have been following the progress of this controversial development turn up, and speak if they wish to do so, at the meeting." The Planning Panels Secretariat does advise that the relevant documents will be available on the Planning Panels website www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/planningpanels at least seven days before the meeting.
Those who did wish to speak were required to register by contacting the Planning Panels Secretariat before 4pm Thursday, 22 August 2019 on 02 8217 2060 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The panel will meet on Monday 26 August at 1pm to determine the following development application:
2018STH030 – Eurobodalla – 272/19 ‐ 49 Beach Road Batemans Bay ‐ Concept proposal
(residential and seniors living development) and development proposal ‐ stage 1B ‐ 18
seniors living units and associated infrastructure
The purpose of the meeting is to give interested people the opportunity to speak directly to the panel before a decision is made. If you wish to present to the panel, you must register to speak by contacting the Planning Panels Secretariat before 4pm Thursday, 22 August 2019 on 02 8217 2060 or via email to email@example.com
Any person is welcome to attend the public meeting to observe.
The panel is required to make an audio record of the meeting and make the recording publicly available on the Planning Panels website. You should be aware that this may include your personal information if you are presenting to the panel.
The panel will aim to publish its decision on the Planning Panels website within 7 days of the meeting.
Guidelines for speakers
As a guide, individuals will have 3 minutes to speak. Any requests for extending time limits are to be granted at the discretion of the Chair.
Please consider focussing your oral submission on how the assessment report has addressed your concerns, as the panel will have read your written submission before the meeting.
If you have any questions, please contact the Planning Panels Secretariat on 02 8217 2060.