Sub-division gets green light

JUNCTION Hill is about to get bigger.

This comes as Clarence Valley Council approval has been given to a 35-lot residential subdivision on four hectares of land at Bailey's Estate at Junction Hill.

Plans had to be resubmitted to council after a 'Review of Determination' was requested.

Council's Civil Strategic Section altered the submitted plans after assessment was carried out.

This assessment involved submissions that were received by council from the public and from residents surrounding the proposed residential development.

These submissions included mainly complimentary comments regarding the layout of the new design fitting in well with the existing residential structures that were established during stage one of the development.

Public approval was also given to the increased block sizes outlined in the council-approved plans.

Each lot in stage two of the development will be greater than 800 square metres and have substantially more road frontage than blocks presented in the original plan.

Minor improvement projects will also take place on the Trenayr Road and Martin Crescent intersection.

Mayor Richie Williamson said, “The approval of Stage Two will enable quality residential allotments in close proximity to Junction Hill.

“Council will now finalise construction details in preparation for works commencing in the next financial year.”

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