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Better Planning NetworkPlanning For People Community Forum – EcoNetwork

Sunday 26 April 2015 – Tomaree Community Centre – 2:00 Pm


Better Planning NetworkBetter Planning Network Community Charter

Posted 15 September 2014

Planning For The people!


Soldiers Point Marina 100 x 105Soldiers Point Marina Ki-boshed by JRRP

Posted 16 June 2014

Is this the end of a 3 year saga for Soldiers Point Residents?

planning_smallAre We In The Dark Over DA’s?

Posted February 17 2014

Should critical information in Development Applications be subject to copyright or is Council just avoiding proper disclosure?  


NB DesCodes Final26Proposed Yacaaba Street Extension

Posted 14 December 2013, Updated To 01 July 2014

Yaccaaba Street. Extension Plan report.

 Yacaaba St extension must not block view corridor petition: ALERT – Foreshore view under threat!


Marina Resort Redevelopment

Posted 14 November 2013, Update 24 June 2014 – Approved!

Redevelopment of Iconic ridge top site in Nelson Bay


birubi beach resor 450x352Beached In Birubi!

Posted 17 May 2014, Updated 27 Aug 2014

 Birubi Beach Resort failure – even ‘Bruce Almighty can’t fix it!


Anna Bay ‘Pulse’ Tourist & Entertainment facility

Posted 4 November 2013

18 Million Dollar Development for Anna Bay


Better Planning Network Crown Lands Management Review June 2014

Posted 06 July 2014 – Updated 20 August 2014


Future Of Our Crown Land Reserves

Planning-Reform 100 x 100Planning Assessment Commission decried as ‘rubber stamp’ after high approval rate

Posted February 28 2014, Updated 07 March 2014

The independent authority that assesses some of the state’s most controversial  developments has been described as a ”rubber stamp” after a study found it  agreed with the Planning Department in 96 per cent of cases.


James RyanNSW Planning Laws Fail To Deliver !    

Posted 29 October 2013,  Updated 28 November 2013

Special Community Meeting – Hear CR. James Ryan, 27 November, 6:30pm Tomaree

Library, Boronia Room, Salamander.  Details HERE

Councils can now make development decisions up to $20 Mill. !!: HERE


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