After examining the evidence, many people are coming to the conclusion that a large 80 place child care centre right on the intersection of the Central Coast Highway and Old Gosford Road is just too risky.
The first concert in Symphony Central Coast’s 2017 concert series is this Sunday April 9.
The concert will start at 4:00PM at the Central Coast Grammar School (CCGS) Performing Arts Centre.
Many in the community are concerned about a very large 80 place child care centre right at roundabout with the Central Coast Highway and Old Gosford Road. They fear for the safety of children and feel that the location of the site so close to the intersection makes it unsuitable for a child care centre.
It has been a big year with many challenges with huge efforts to protect our parks, Memorial Hall and environment for the future but we have had many terrific outcomes with 2017 shaping up to be a positive year for our local community.
Symphony Central Coast presents “Classics” conducted by Steven Stanke at the Central Coast Grammar School on 4 December
A celebration picnic, native gardens, baby kids market and weekend gigs – its a busy weekend.
The new Central Coast Council has abandoned plans to reclassify our parks under the now infamous “Land Sale Strategy” of the former Gosford City Council.
This Sunday starting at 2pm, you can here some of the best prodigies on the Central Coast
perform when Symphony Central Coast presents: Concert No.3: Prodigies.
Council is considering an application for a nine-room boarding house on the corner of Ocean View Drive and Prince Street Wamberal.
UPDATE: Council has extended the period for submissions until 5pm Friday 16 September 2016.
If approved, it would consist of nine studio type apartments in two buildings.
Many in the community are concerned that development looks more like nine studio apartments rather than a boarding house, that it is highly unsuitable in an R2 low density residential zone with major traffic issues and could be easily converted to high cost, short term tourist accommodation in the future.
The Bato Yard skate park with the deepest bowl in Australia (at 3.6 metres) officially opens on Sunday.