Bi-Weekly – Email update 2 February 2022

Well 2022 is off to a flying start with January done and dusted and the first Voice meeting for the year coming up on Monday 14th February, 7 pm – Huskisson Community Centre.

All residents and ratepayers are welcome to this meeting. COVID requirements are that you will have to QR code / register and will be required to wear a mask inside.
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!

Following the December Local Council elections we now have the following Councillors for Ward 2:

  • Evan Christen
  • Greg Watson
  • John Kotlash
  • Paul Ell

Congratulations to our elected members!

Note: A council meeting will be held on Monday 7th February commencing at 5.30. More information

Update since last meeting

  • Area Manager Kevin Norwood contacted us and confirmed that there is no intention to clear vegetation to maximise the views in White Sands Park.  At some stage a Master Plan for the park will be prepared and community will be consulted.
  • The Voice wrote to Council again asking about the car parking plans for Huskisson and expressing frustration that we have been told that plans exist but that these have still not been released.  Council responded that “Council continues to progress work to look at and integrate the numerous design concepts for the Huskisson CBD.” and that the plan (when it has been developed) “will be considered initially by the Council, followed by Council engaging in community-wide consultation”.  Council letter.
  • The Voice made a submission on the draft Marine Park Management Plan. The Voice submission is here.
  • A Woollamia resident who wrote to Council regarding traffic issues in Woollamia received notification from Council that Transport for NSW has indicated they will be doing a review of the 80kmh speed zone in Woollamia. Well done!!
  • The Voice has objected to a proposed increased height, and removal of 2 carpark spaces on 44 Duncan St (DS21/1491), and reiterated previous objections.
  • Council has informed us that work on an additional picnic shelter on the Moona Moona Creek reserve will commence February/March 2022.


SCC Planning documents for comment and information

Below are items we think might be of most interest to you:

Recent Development Applications in Huskisson / Woollamia

  • DA21/2569, Dual Occupancy (Two Storey Attached 2 New Units), Torrens Title Subdivision & Demolition of Existing Dwelling, 8 Waddell St, HUSKISSON, $750,000.00
  • DA21/2545, Single Storey Dwelling  & Change of Use of Existing Dwelling to Secondary Dwelling, 290 Woollamia Rd, WOOLLAMIA, $886,993.00
  • DS21/1491, Section 4.55(2) application to modify existing approval DA19/1841 for demolition of existing dwelling and construction of a residential flat building consisting of 17 Units and Strata Subdivision. Modifications include deletion of the bushfire requirements of the consent, and make minor external and internal changes to the development including the reduction of 2 parking spaces. 44 Duncan St, Huskisson. Section 96 Amendment.
  • DA21/2573, Alterations and Additions to Retail Premises, 10 Currambene St, Huskisson.
  • DA22/1002, Regularisation of unauthorised works to an existing approved jetty, 10 Sydney St, Huskisson.
  • SF10922, Strata Subdivision, 39 Owen St, Huskisson


  • DA21/2284, Change of Use to Aquaculture (Shellfish Processing) & Industrial Retail Outlet, 6 Bolten Rd, HUSKISSON
  • CD21/1960, Dwelling Alterations & Additions, 13 Fairfax Rd, WOOLLAMIA.

Click here to access SCC’s DA Tracking

Events/ Other

Kind Regards,
Committee HWCV
Date: 2/2/2022

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