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Council approves work on Umina CWA hall

Central Coast Council has approved $80,000 works at 2 Sydney Ave, Umina.

The development application shows that the site houses the Umina CWA and is owned by Umina Surf Life Saving.

The proposed development involves the erection of a single-storey addition to the southern elevation of the existing building, according to a statement supporting the application.

The addition would include a new kitchen with direct access to a covered deck area and updated toilet facilities including an accessible bathroom.

The additions will be constructed from light timber frame and fibro-cement sheeting with sheet iron roofing to match the materials and finishes of the existing building.

Council's assessment report said: "The site is located on the south western corner of the intersection of Sydney Ave and Ocean Beach Rd, Umina Beach.

"Adjoining development comprises a mix of commercial and residential development of varying types, primarily residential flat buildings (mainly villas and town houses), dual occupancies and single residential dwelling houses.

"The topography is level cleared land."

Recommending approval, the assessment report said: "This application has been assessed against the heads of consideration of Section 4.15 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and all relevant instruments and policies.

"The potential constraints of the site have been assessed and it is considered that the site is suitable for the proposed development.

"Subject to the imposition of appropriate conditions, the proposed development is not expected to have an adverse social or economic impact.

"It is considered that the proposed development will complement the locality and meet the desired future character of the area."

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