Tagged: Development applications

Electronic Housing Code website decommissioned

July 5, 2017Posted in: Development

Wingecarribee Shire Council has been advised by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment that the Electronic Housing Code (EHC) website has been decommissioned. Applications submitted through the EHC prior to 23 June 2017 will continue to be determined. Council’s Group Manager Planning, Development and Regulatory Services, Nicholas Wilton explained that the EHC website previously...

Draft Development Control Plan on exhibition

March 31, 2017Posted in: Development

Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking comment from residents after councillors recently endorsed the draft Development Control Plan Provisions with particular regard to signage and outdoor advertising. Council’s Deputy General Manager, Corporate, Strategy and Development Services, Mark Pepping explained the purpose of the draft development control plan endorsed by councillors at the Council Meeting of 22...

Moss Vale Woolworths Development Application refused

November 29, 2016Posted in: Development

Wingecarribee Shire Council has this month refused a Development Application for a retail development proposal in Argyle Street, Moss Vale, otherwise known as the Moss Vale Woolworths proposal. Council determined the application by way of refusal in accordance with the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and cited traffic and flooding issues and the impacts...

Woolworths DA exhibition extension

July 21, 2016Posted in: Development

Wingecarribee Shire Council has extended the exhibition period for the proposed Moss Vale Woolworths development application for a further three weeks. Councillors were of the opinion that the size and scale of the proposed development was of Shire-wide significance and subsequently agreed that an extended exhibition period was warranted. Originally placed on exhibition for 30...

Mayor clarifies KFC and Woolworths petrol legal costs

May 27, 2016Posted in: Development

Wingecarribee Shire Mayor Larry Whipper has today refuted supposed costs reported in some sections of the media said to have cost Council regarding the Land and Environment Court’s decision to allow the KFC restaurant and Woolworths service station development applications to proceed in Mittagong. “The figures reported today are simply not true,” the Mayor said. ...