The community is invited to attend a public hearing to discuss a proposal to reclassify 6 parcels of community land for operational use.
A public hearing will be held to discuss a proposal by Council to reclassify 6 parcels of land at various locations across the Tweed from community to operational use.
Under the Local Government Act 1993, all public land is to be classified for either community or operational use, with any planning proposal to change classification to require a public hearing.
Planning proposal PP21/0003 has been placed on public exhibition and seeks to reclassify 6 parcels of land from community to operational including at Doon Doon, Murwillumbah and Bogangar.
In the first case, Council is seeking to reclassify 4 parcels of land at Doon Doon it has acquired as part of its project to raise Clarrie Hall Dam wall to increase the water storage capacity of the Tweed.
Lots 2 and 3 DP 1243701, Jacana Lane, Doon Doon
Lot 4 DP 1243701, 17 Lone Pine Road, Doon Doon
Lot 2 DP 1257191, Doon Doon Road, Doon Doon.
In the second case, Council is seeking to reclassify Lot 1 DP 709231 at 5 King Street, Murwillumbah (Sunnyside Mall open public carpark) to facilitate the possible commercialisation of airspace above this lot.
And in the third case, Council is seeking to reclassify the public reserve (unformed carpark) at Lot 3 DP842350, 104 Rosewood Ave, Bogangar to enable the possible sale or lease of this land.
A public hearing, chaired by an independent facilitator, will be held as part of this process, with details as follows:Public Hearing
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Wednesday 30 November 2022
Harvard Room, Tweed Shire Council Administration Office
21 Brett Street, Tweed Heads NSW 2485.
Registrations are essential. Visit yoursaytweed.com.au/6-lots-operational to register and to access related documents and information.
Photo 1: Pin on mapCaption: The community is invited to attend a public hearing to discuss a proposal to reclassify 6 parcels of community land for operational use.
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