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Collapse Issue 464 - 25 Feb 2019Issue 464 - 25 Feb 2019
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Five storey development approved for Morris St corner
Labor pledges funding for palliative care centre
Another five-storey development submitted
Two shops heritage-nominated on development site
Community workshop on climate change
Draft plan may be re-released with maps
Ombudsman present to explain bills
CWA branch supports appeal for siblings group
Cakes and biscuits wanted for Bays Fair
Ettalong is entered in Tidy Towns competition
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Council considers urban tree strategy
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Rotarian enjoys first day back at school
Former church volunteer charged with sexual assault
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Skate competition at Umina
Valentine's event at club
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Bus service needed for children and shoppers
Congratulations on good eyesight
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Grant for outdoor musical equipment
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Ettalong bowler wins pairs championship
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Zenden named in Australian Joeys squad

Another five-storey development submitted

A development application for a five-storey building near the corner of West and Alfred St, Umina Beach, was submitted to Central Coast Council on February 12.

This was the day after the Council had approved a similar non-complying application for a five-storey development at the Morris St corner with West St, at the other end of the Umina commercial area.

The application prepared by Michael Leavey Consulting for M and G Cunico Family Trust showed the building would be situated on a T-shaped block with frontages to 315 West St, and 1-3 Alfred St.

The proposed building height of 16.3 metres exceeds the council's height limit of 14.25 metres, a variation of 14.3 per cent.

The proposed floor space ratio of 2.13:1 exceeds the council's maximum of 1.8:1, a variation of 18.8 per cent.

The development would have basement carparking for 20 cars, and a total of 18 units made up of two studio apartments, two one-bedroom units, four two-bedroom units and 10 three-bedroom units.

The ground floor would be commercial space.

The proposed mixed use development has been called Cunico's Apartment in the development application on the council website.

Council's DA tracker shows the next step is to notify and advertise.

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