Make a submission
For all those who attended it is critically important to write a submission if you have any concerns about this proposed development. It is important to keep your objections related to relevant planning matters and where possible refer to the relevant planning
One of the key objections raised in the meeting was that the proposed 4-story buildings of the development significantly exceed the maximum building height of 8.5m as defined in Clause 4.6 of the Eurobodalla Local Environmental Plan. The developer is seeking to get a variation on the building height which would set a precedent for other developers to also exceed the height.
How to make a submission:
Submission close Monday 13th Feb
The easiest way to make a submission is to press the "Lodge Submission" button on the Council’s DA tracker for this specific development.
if you wish to make a submission via post or email your submission should contain the Development Application number. It must contain your name, postal address and signature, as well as your telephone and email contact
Application ID DA 0391/23
Property Lots 8 and 9 DP31071, 90 – 92 Smith Street, Broulee NSW
Eurobodalla Shire Council
PO Box 99
MORUYA NSW 2537
DA Application: (development proposal documents)
https://eservices.esc.nsw.gov.au/T1PRProd/WebApps/eProperty/P1/PublicNotices/Public NoticeDetails.aspx?r=ESC.P1.WEBGUEST&f=%24P1.ESB.PUBNOT.VIW&rf=P1.ESC.PUBNOTAL.E NQ&ApplicationId=DA0391%2F23&fbclid=IwAR0MeeZTwLCEBmIK6xtYgI6YPLx- _ycgQoC5uZDVy1eLmbcA_KvADexO8AU
Eurobodalla Residential Zones – Development Control Plan:
Eurobodalla Local Environmental plan 2012:
The Developers Documents
Amazingly one of their key arguments is that they need to put in a 4th story on these building so the top floor can act as "private space" for the residents. We feel that if they reduced the number of buildings they are trying to squeeze onto block then there would be adequate space for them to include private space and keep the buildings within the 8.5m height limit.
They also feel the development will bring "affordability" to housing in Broulee and "seeks to maintain the coastal village feel enjoyed by Broulee residents" and that the nine 4-story units have a design that is "an interpretation of the coastal boatshed"??? They feel the development is consistent with a Low Density Residential Zone.
This document is the Developers rationale as part of their submission for being granted an exemption to the 8.5m height limit with some key sections highlighted.
Broulee Community Association Draft Submission
Attached is a draft of our Submission