Keep up to date with responses from the Voice to proposed developments in out local community
Two members of the Voice committee met (in an online meeting) with three Council planners last week (27 May 2020) to clarify how our planning laws were able to approve the building of 17 units on a single house block, 44 Duncan St, Huskisson.
The Huskisson Woollamia Community Voice has concerns regarding DA19/1841 and requests thatthe application be rejected.In summary our concerns are:
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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.
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