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13 Dec 2021
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Planning Panel to review Jedaclew proposal for Ettalong

The Local Planning Panel will review an application it has previously rejected for a six-storey development in Ettalong at its meeting this Thursday, December 16.

The application, by Jedaclew Pty Ltd, is for commercial premises and shop top housing at 227-233 Ocean View Rd, Ettalong Beach.

The applicant has not amended the plans for the proposed development but has provided updated additional information, the panel was told in a report by council planners.

The report recommends approval of the application.

The report lists the key issues as the 79 public submissions and non-compliance with maximum height and side setback planning provisions.

The report states: "Discussions were undertaken with the applicant, and advice provided regarding the reasons for refusal and potential changes to the design.

"However, the applicant chose not to amend the design.

"The applicant provided additional information and has responded to the reasons for refusal.

"No additional comments are provided by Council, as there are no changes to the plans and the application was previously recommended for approval."

The proposed development would consist of ground floor commercial premises of 81.36 square metres, five levels of residential units with a total of 25 units, basement and ground level parking for 37 cars, 15 bicycles and four motorcycle.

The building is set back 1.2m-3.525m from the street at ground level, and nil to 3.8m at levels 1-4 above, and 11.8m for level 5.

The eastern side setback varies from 6m to 13.3m. The western side setback varies from 3m to 6m. The rear setback varies from 7.8m to 9m.

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