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.
Following the death of a passenger on Sunday night, there is a new Change.org petition to have work done to address safety at the notorious Willoughby Road causeway.
Thee have been a large number of crashes and near misses over the years. The road becomes very slippery even after heavy dew and the golf course frequently has to repair the fence caused by cars hitting it.
Further disappointment with Council is the outcome of todays public meeting concerning the sale of community parks like Benjamin Parker Reserve and 11 other parks across the Central Coast.
Council could not provide clear answers or information about the process and the lack of consistency frustrated the audiences at both meetings.
We need you to help protect our local parks, reserves and open spaces like Benjamin Parker Reserve on Dover and Lakeview Roads.
Council’s negativity is demonstrated by their deliberate attempts to limit community access to their public meetings. So your attendance can demonstrate the strong community commitment to saving our parks and playgrounds.
Earlier times in the district of Wamberal is a special book on the early history of Wamberal and is a must for every local family.
The worst storm since 1974 saw monster waves combine with the year’s highest tide to cause devastation to Terrigal businesses and infrastructure whilst homes along Wamberal Beach narrowly escaped serious damage. With images and video from the Newcastle Herald.
Anzac Day Memorial Services in Terrigal and Wamberal start in Church Street Terrigal at 5:15 am Monday 25 April 2016.
The first of a new series on the Wamberal ANZACS.
We start with Lt Colonel James Tedder, a truly remarkable local who served with his five sons in WW1.
Wamberal Memorial Hall is facing demolition so Gosford Council can sell the land to developers.
The disgraceful behaviour towards these war heroes proves Council has lost any remaining credibility, legitimacy or decency.
Workshop on changes to the management of the Wamberal coastline this Wednesday 17 Feb at Terrigal Surf Club
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