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Collapse Issue 481 - 28 Oct 2019Issue 481 - 28 Oct 2019
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New Woy Woy wharf plans announced
Bowling club celebrates Kitty's birthday
Plans for new Umina Mall 'shovel-ready', says owner
Month-long consultation about Woy Woy
Man dies following head-on crash
Workshop about planning for emergencies
Secure housing found for homeless people
Work begins on Hillview St nursing home
Proposal submitted for oval facilities
Council meeting proposed to answer resident questions
Proposal for four townhouses in Allfield Rd
Five townhouses approved under delegation
Council staff urge refusal of four-storey development
Amended fence plans approved for Wards Hill Rd
Construction certificate issued for group home
Vietname Vets receive support grant
New seismic testing film to be screened at Everglades
CWA branch visits guide dogs centre
Man charged over armed robberies
Awards for pride of workmanship
New aged care activity
Vintage craft picnic
Hospital staff dress colourfully
Mobile farm visits Umina
Pensioners may benefit from free solar power
Business wins travel industry award
Business award for outstanding employer
Food pick-up available through online app
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Thanks for the coverage
Place phone tower in car park
Skill shortage remains a joke
Any reason for having to dredge of Lobster Beach?
The costs of dredging
Mallard ducks have disappeared
Let's have reasoned debate, not unsubstantiated slurs
A glimpse of the future
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Woy Woy student helps children's hospital
Hospital delivers produce boxes
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Blues festival accessible only by water
Marion crowned Reciter of the Year
Free open air screening
Backyard concert will feature American singer
Play tells of East German survival
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Two students among top three writers
Student leaders deliver care packs
Donations of toiletries wanted
Olympian meets with sports students
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First victory for women's cricket team
Bailey wins medals in bowls championships
Pelicans win medals in State championships
Men's pairs champions
Swimming club recognises life members with plaque
Surf club members meet Prince Edward
Southern Spirit struggles after strong start
Junior futsal starts
Free training for disabled surfer volunteers
Peninsula Ducks start softball season

Proposal for four townhouses in Allfield Rd

A proposal to build four townhouses at 23 Allfield Rd, Woy Woy has been submitted to Central Coast Council and will go on public exhibition from October 24 until November 14.

The proposal complies with development standards for the area, according to a supporting statement written by Clarke Dowdle and Associates for the applicant Knight Mapleton Design Partners.

However, it does not meet the minimum side boundaries or rear setbacks and two of the units don't have the minimum width of open space.

The application argues that the dimensions of the private open space are numerically non-complaint, but says a practical open space area on the ground to be provided to the occupants as the terrace connect through to the long open space located on the eastern side of the lot.

"In this instance, the multi-unit housing would be located within walking distance of outdoor and indoor recreational facilities which allows for occupants to regularly participate in outdoor or social pursuits,'' the statement says.

"The private open space would be commensurate with the scale of private open space that is required for single dwelling-houses and secondary dwellings and is therefore acceptable."

The buildings would cost an estimated $800,000.

The proposal would see the existing house demolished and fill imported.

The application says each dwelling would include three bedrooms, living areas with vehicular access via a central driveway to separate garages provided for each dwelling.

The proposed dwellings would provide ground floor private open space areas, internal storage and a space to locate waste collection bins away from the street and clothes drying areas that would be screened from other dwellings and the public domain.

"The lightweight appearance with a mixture of weatherboard cladding rather than the more extensive masonry is a prominent feature of the design, all elements identified within the council's desired character elements for the Ettalong Beach-Medium Density precinct,'' the application states.





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