Thursday 16th July 7pm
Broulee Public School Hall
As you would be aware, last year, Council approved a plan to clear the endangered forest at the back of Broulee to facilitate a major development. Recently they have endorsed a change to the Local Environmental Plan which would substantially increase the size and impact of the development consisting of:
- 500 new dwellings (roughly twice the size of Reflections Barlings Beach)
- 1.4km strip of medium density zoning
- Reduce the block size to 450m2
- increase population to 3700 (a 60% increase)
Initial feedback from our members has raised varied concerns regarding certain aspects of this development. We would like to hear your opinion?
This is not an anti-development meeting and we recognize that this development will proceed. But we believe that certain conditions need to be met to ensure that this does not adversely affect our schools, pollute our beaches and ultimately this development maintains the village character of Broulee.
Are you interested in learning more? Members from the planning department at Council who wrote the proposal will be at the meeting to field your questions.
We recommend that you review Council's documentation before the meeting. We have compiled much of this on our website: www.brouleemossypoint.org/development.html