Council at its Ordinary Meeting of 11 May 2017 resolved to publicly exhibit the draft Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan for a minimum period of 28 days.
A copy of the Council Report and Resolution underpinning this decision is available on Council’s website www.coffsharbour.nsw.gov.au under Council Minutes and Agendas (see 11 May 2017 Agenda).
As part of this consultation process, Council is now seeking feedback on the draft Masterplan. The exhibition period is from Wednesday, 17 May 2017 to Friday, 16 June 2017. The draft Masterplan and associated Traffic and Parking Study can be viewed here:
A printed copy of the draft Masterplan is also available at the following locations during business hours:
- Woolgoolga Library, Ganderton Street, Woolgoolga;
- Woolgoolga Visitor Information Centre, Beach Street, Woolgoolga;
- Harry Bailey Memorial Library, Coffs Harbour; and
- the Administration Building Foyer, Coffs Harbour City Council, 2 Castle Street, Coffs Harbour.
Submissions are to be addressed to the General Manager, Locked Bag 155, Coffs Harbour 2450, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and are to be submitted no later than close of business on Friday, 16 June 2017.
Written submissions must be accompanied, where relevant, by a ‘Disclosure Statement of Political Donations and Gifts’ in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government and Planning Legislation Amendment (Political Donations) Act 2008 No 44. Disclosure forms are available from Council’s Customer Service Section or on Council’s Website via this LINK.
Please contact Council’s Local Planning Section on 6648 4000 during normal office hours for further information.
What We Do With Your Information
Council is committed to openness and transparency in its decision making processes. The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 requires Council to provide public access to information held unless there are overriding public interest considerations against disclosure. Any submissions received will be made publicly available unless the writer can demonstrate that the release of part or all of the information would not be in the public interest. However, Council would be obliged to release information as required by court order or other specific law.