On the council agenda

Junction Hill development

A 35-LOT subdivision has been approved for Junction Hill.

The Martin Crescent development will have lots ranging between 800m² and 1906m².

Wooli wash-out

A WOOLI resident has been given permission to demolish his old home and construct a new two-storey house despite concerns about beach erosion.

The DA was passed in a six/three split decision, but the three dissenting councillors, Tiley, McKenna and Toms, spoke passionately about the risk of the new house falling into the sea.

Wherrett Park gets go ahead

A NEW sports facility for Maclean appears certain after councillors gave the nod on Tuesday night.

The new two-storey building will be located to the west of the existing sports oval at Wherrett Park and will have two wings.

It will contain three squash courts, change rooms, a canteen and space for indoor sports such as basketball and cricket.

Floodplain plan

THE Yamba Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan was adopted by CVC on Tuesday.

The plan is an evacuation strategy to be used by council in the event of flooding in Yamba.



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