Council must refuse any non-complying application
Regarding the non-complying development application on Webb Road, Booker Bay (Peninsula News 452), once again a developer submits an application which "does not comply with the Gosford Development Control Plan for multi-dwelling housing in terms of front, side and rear setbacks and for articulation".
There are no visitor parking spaces and the overall length of 52.1 metres does not comply with the 25 metre requirement.
This application should be thrown out.
The developer cites "evolving style and density" as a reason for this application to be approved.
Whose criteria are these?
It is time to consult the people of the Peninsula and ensure that their standards and requirements are respected and met.
Council must refuse any development application which does not comply.
Email, 5 Sep 2018
Marie Haastrup, Umina
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