Huskisson Woollamia Community Voice envisages a future that recognises and maintains the built, natural and cultural values of our local area. We accept and want future growth and planning to co-exist with the existing size and feel of the built environment to maintain our magnificent views, our historical tree-scapes, and both our European and Indigenous history and heritage. We aim for collaboration between the council and the community for a harmonious future.We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land that we call Woollamia and Huskisson, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
HWCV Next meeting
Monday 29th April 7pm (avoid school holidays) 7:00pm Huskisson Community Centre, Dent St, Huskisson. All residents and ratepayers welcome.
Bay & Basin Community Led Strategic Plan – Final Report
Council offers online access to development applications which allows the tracking of progress of the application from lodgement through to determination. You may monitor the progress of a development application and view documentation, plans and submissions relating to those applications.
We had a full and engaged meeting on Monday (19th) and there are a couple of matters that the HWCV is inviting your input (see below). Additionally, at the meeting we collected suggestions around what matters the HWCV, or other parts of the community, might focus on in 2024 (some things are already being addressed… Read more: HWCV update
The following documents have been uploaded Confirmed minutes for our 7 Aug 2023 meeting Confirmed minutes for our 2022 AGM Draft minutes for our November 2023 meeting Draft minutes for out 2023 AGM The formal response from Shoalhaven Tourism to HWCV Kind Regards,Committee HWCVDate: 17/2/2024
HWCV’s first meeting for 2024 will be 19th February 2024, 7pm, Huskisson Community Centre, Dent St. The first meeting for 2024 will include an update, plus time to collect your worries and wishes for 2024. These will become items that the HWCV will try to follow up on in 2024. Updates from last meeting Council… Read more: Update and next meeting 19th Feb
Welcome to 2024! The first meeting for the Huskisson Woollamia Community Voice will be held on Monday 19th February, 7pm, Huskisson Community Centre. Useful workshop The Australian Red Cross, with NRMA, is holding an EmergencyRedi workshop to help the community prepare for all types of emergencies, including extreme weather events. The workshop will be held:… Read more: Update and emergency preparation workshop
Sale of Vincentia Golf Club – meeting on Monday 18th December The Country Club has organised a public meeting on Monday 18th December (this Monday) to provide information on proposals relating to the Vincentia golf course, its sale and housing development. It would be great if Country Club members (and other interested residents) could attend.… Read more: Sale of Vincentia Gold Club
Below is a brief update on Council related matters. We also want to encourage you to make comment on the following two matters: CM Mussel farm modification application – comment closes 11th December 2023Link to submission portalLink to information hereand Shoalhaven Council financial sustainability report and options – comment closes 10th January 2024We need to… Read more: Call for submissions – mussel farm, planning for a sustainable economic future
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Huskisson Woollamia Community Voice envisages a future that recognises and maintains the built, natural and cultural values of our local area. We accept and want future growth and planning to co-exist with the existing size and feel of the built environment to maintain our magnificent views, our historical tree-scapes, and both our European and Indigenous history and heritage. We aim for collaboration between the council and the community for a harmonious future.