Developer asked to resubmit plans
The developer wanting to build 27 residential units and seven town houses on the corner of Blackwall Rd and Farnell Rd, Woy Woy, has been told to resubmit more favourable plans by Central Coast Council.
Save Our Woy Woy community group founder Mr Harvey McDougall said he had been notified by Central Coast Council on Tuesday, July 31, that the applicant had been requested to provide an amended design "to come up with an outcome that is more favourable".
The amended design will be available on Council's Gosford DA Tracker when it is submitted.
Mr McDougall said Council had also confirmed that, due to the high number of submissions received from the community in relation to the Farnell-Blackwall Rd proposal, it would be referred to a future meeting of Central Coast Council.
A date for that referral had not yet been set.
Mr McDougall said the group was also preparing a submission to review the current zoning of certain areas in Woy Woy to ensure its character was preserved.
He said he had also taken steps to garner the support of the NSW Premier Ms Gladys Berejiklian, Minister for Planning Mr Anthony Roberts and Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Mr Scot MacDonald.
"At this stage, I have received no response at all," he said.
Media release, 1 Aug 2018
Harvey McDougall, Save Our Woy Woy
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