Village development to go before Council administrator
The development application for the Bayside Gardens Lifestyle Village at Empire Bay will be considered by Central Coast Council administrator Mr Ian Reynolds at a general council meeting.
Central Coast Council told Peninsula News in a statement that the matter was under assessment.
"The application has been informed by a number of specialist reports providing detail on matters including bushfire affectation, flooding, flora and fauna and traffic," the statement said.
"These reports are being evaluated as part of the assessment process," it said.
"As there have been over 50 public submissions, this application will be reported to an ordinary council meeting for consideration following the assessment process."
An Empire Bay residents' group has opposed the development for 52 new manufactured homes at the village.
The proposal would bring the total number of sites within the park to 108.
Media statement, 7 Mar 2017
Ian Reynolds, Central Coast Council
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