Tagged: Colo Vale

Minister responds to Colo Vale service station proposal

March 29, 2016Posted in: Development

The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has this month determined that the Planning Proposal for a highway service centre and hotel and motel facilities at Colo Vale not proceed. The decision follows Council’s original resolution to refuse the proposal in 2014, which was then reconsidered due to a review by the Joint Regional Planning...

Ice Pigging moves to New Berrima, Welby, Colo Vale and Hill Top

August 17, 2015Posted in: Roads and Assets

Residents of New Berrima, Berrima, Welby, Colo Vale and Hill Top can expect even cleaner water as Council brings its clever pipe cleaning program to the townships over the next three months. Called ‘Ice Pigging’, the procedure is part of Council’s ongoing program designed to maintain and improve the Shire’s underground network of water pipes....

Council extends exhibition of Colo Vale planning proposal

November 11, 2014Posted in: Community, Development

Due to public interest Wingecarribee Shire Council is re-exhibiting the planning proposal which seeks to amend the Wingecarribee Local Environmental Plan 2010 (WLEP 2010) to permit a highway service centre and hotel and/or motel accommodation between 1 and 9 Church Avenue (Part of Lot 2 DP 1010179), Colo Vale. Whilst originally placed on public exhibition...

Council roadshow rolls into Colo Vale

March 6, 2012Posted in: Community, Events

Wingecarribee Shire Council officers will be back on the road this month, visiting the residents of Colo Vale on Wednesday 21 March as part of a mobile roadshow. Council’s General Manager, Jason Gordon said the roadshow – or Information Kiosk – was an opportunity for residents to ask questions of Council without having to visit...

Council carries out critical fire trail maintenance

February 14, 2012Posted in: Environment

This summer’s unseasonal wet weather has provided a silver lining for Wingecarribee Shire Council as it completes essential fire trail maintenance in three of Shire’s major bushland reserves. In total more than 50 kilometres of vegetation adjacent to fire trails in the Mt Alexandra, Gibbergunyah and Mt Gibraltar reserves have been slashed and cleared. These...