Wednesday, 25 April 2012

NSW Coal and Allied rezoning GWANDALAN

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GWANDALAN residents are furious that the rezoning of sensitive land has paved the way for 623 new homes on the tiny peninsula.
Three sites owned by Coal and Allied in the Central Coast/Lower Hunter area have been rezoned by the state government, opening the door for a 935-home development at Gwandalan, Nords Wharf and Middle Camp.
The controversial 3a planning provision st local councils of planning approval rights, allowing developers to apply direct to the state government for approvals.
Coal and Allied in the Central Coast
2010 docs

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