Privacy screening no longer required for nursing home
It will no longer be a requirement for Peninsula Village to provide screens to protect the privacy of residents opposite the new nursing home extension in Pozieres Ave, Umina.
It was previously a condition of consent that all windows facing Bapaume Ave on the second floor plan be provided with fixed external privacy screening.
The screens were to be of a height of at least 1.8m above finished floor level, designed to direct the lines of sight away from neighbours across Bapaume Ave.
The amendment, removing the requirement, was approved by Central Coast Council staff under delegation on July 25.
The 120-bed three-storey nursing home addition at 91 Pozieres Ave, Umina Beach, was first approved by Council on September 7, 2017.
The applicant RZK Group received approval on May 10 this year for stage two construction of the building's structural elements.
This was approved by a private certifier, according to the council's DA tracker.
Early building works including demotion, excavation and retaining work was signed off by a private certifier on March 27.
DA Tracker, 14 Aug 2019
DA 50925, Central Coast Council
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