** PLEASE REFER TO THE INYADDA DRIVE PLANNING PROPOSAL TABS UNDER “CORRESPONDENCE IN” AND “CORRESPONDENCE OUT” FOR MORE INFORMATION **
Following receipt by SCC of over 400 responses to the community survey on the Inyadda Drive Planning Proposal (rezoning), which were de-identified and shared with the proponent for review, the proponent has submitted a new footprint for the rezoning:
For further information from council on how things proceed from here, and to sign-up for automatic updates, please visit the project page on Council’s Get Involved website.
NB On 4 July 2019, JWD projects (proponents), GHD (consultants engaged by JWD) and RVHA representatives met to discuss the new footprint and current situation. Notes from that meeting, prepared by GHD, can be found here: 4 July RHVA JWD DHG Meeting 2_Meeting notes
JWD/GHD have asked RHVA to direct people to their website for their updates – www.northmanyana.com.au
“Manyana and Cunjurong Point will offer a relaxed place to live and visit, with a clear focus on beach and water recreation. A diversity of housing, in combination with great services and amenities, and a locally-respectful retail centre will offer all the necessary essentials for local residents and visitors. Beach style housing with a mix of materials and coastal colours will maintain the place’s informal character, and appeal to people seeking the relaxed way of life that the settlements are known for. The hilly topography will continue to offer elevated views to the ocean, including the popular Inyadda Beach.”
“Bendalong will maintain its secluded and easygoing character. With a focus on the immersive natural surrounds, this small village will offer convenient access to stunning beaches and the surrounding bushland, offering a diversity of recreational activities, particularly in summer. Bendalong Point and Boat Harbour Beach will be promoted as popular destinations, well-equipped with basic amenities and conveniently located proximate to holiday parks. Buildings will display a coastal material palette and building style, with modest low-rise dwellings featuring flat and gabled roofs and a mix of fibro and weatherboard. Streets will further promote the relaxed and natural character, with lots of natural landscaping and tall street trees.”