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What controls matter most to you in the DCP?

almost 8 years ago
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  • what almost 8 years ago
    How valid will the DCP "controls" be. No much when it comes to the Land & Environment Court I expect. Advisory, at best , the Local Environment Plan (LEP) will dominate.All the nice ideas and good intentions will matter little when faced with a well funded developer and a popular sports club. There's been so much talk of open space with the site, really is this needed when we have the fantastic beach and foreshore nearby? Why overshadow, dominate and block views to what we already have?
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  • Carlo almost 8 years ago
    those which are straight forward and easy to understand. Not the current lenghthy and convoluted documents council currently has
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  • Sally over 7 years ago
    Height, density, sunshine in open spaces being maintained eg McKeon St outdoor dining areas, free parking - leave us as the only beach families can come to for free.
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  • Cooper over 7 years ago
    Height limits - no more than 4 storeysDensityNo backpacker licences, and no nightclubs.Allow outdoor dining in front of the Maroubra Bay HotelAllow a kiosk to be opened in the old Bus Shelter.Development to be focussed on facilities and amenities that are attractive to families and local residents - we do not need another Coogee or Bondi beach in the Eastern suburbs.
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  • concern over 7 years ago
    Height no more than 12 metres or 4 storeys and set backs not large block buildings like the seals club to overshadow.
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  • fairmum over 7 years ago
    Controlling gaming/liquor licences...we don't need more pokies and drunks. We need family friendly venues, green spaces, picnic spaces, cafes, outdoor dining, play areas and an accessible beach front. That's what will bring life back to Maroubra Beach.
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