Innes: Disappointment in LEP "entirely a decision from the Planning Minister"

In an interview with Simon Lauder of ABC South East Eurobodalla Councillor and Mayor, Liz Innes offers thoughts around her disappointment of the NSW Minister for Planning, Rob Stokes in not accepting council recommendations around granting building entitlements or increase allowable lot numbers on rural properties identified by the RFS as High Risk. Members of the NSW Planning office will be visiting the Eurobodalla next Tuesday, December 3rd to apparently explain first hand why to the 10 identified landowners why they were NOT granted building entitlement on land that has no building entitlement. Of interest around these properties are the admissions that land owners knew they had no entitlement yet 'understood' that entitlement was forthcoming if the LEP with Council's recommndations went through At a recent Public Forum Councillors and members of the Public Gallery heard from one rural land owner clearly stating:

It is understood that there are other landowners who also 'understood' that 'in due course' they would enjoy the right to a building entitlement. NSW Planning officers will hear details from each of the ten "disappointed" landowners next Tuesday.

Eurobodalla Councillor Liz Innes, Mayor speaks with Simon Lauder of ABC South East Radio - November 22nd, 2019

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