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Four 50,000 bird poultry sheds proposed

An application has been received by Central Coast Council for a designated and integrated poultry farm at 1411 Peats Ridge Rd, Peats Ridge. The estimated cost of work for the project is $1.75 million. The…


Community up in arms over clearing of Crown Land

The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) has launched an official compliance investigation into alleged clearing of Crown Land at MacMasters Beach, while Central Coast Council continues to work, with multiple agencies, on an…


Feedback sought on Terrigal Beach boardwalk

A concept design has been developed and Central Coast Council is now inviting community feedback on its proposal to build a $5.8m boardwalk from Terrigal Beach promenade to The Haven.Council’s aim is to “significantly improve…




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Public meeting regarding Mangrove Mountain Landfill

A public meeting regarding the Mangrove Mountain Landfill will be held at the Mangrove Mountain Hall, from 7pm, on November 28.The Mangrove Mountain and Districts Association is hosting the public meeting to discuss recent developments…


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Comprehensive water meter replacement project underway

Central Coast Council is rolling out a $2.5m multi-year project to replace water meters across the Central Coast.Over $675,000 will be invested this financial year to replace approximately 16,000 water meters.Council Director, Water and Sewer,…


Winney Bay Cliff Top Walk project being re-examined

Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch, has welcomed Council’s commitment to undertake a site inspection at the Winney Bay Cliff Top Walk location, one of five resolutions made by Council in relation to the Winney Bay…


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Online survey on draft Climate Change Policy opened

Central Coast Council has kick started comprehensive engagement with the community on its draft Climate Change Policy, with an online survey, which opened on Monday, November 12.Council endorsed the draft policy in August.The draft policy…


Coast Shelter launches Christmas Appeal

Thousands of men, women and families on the Central Coast will experience immense financial hardship and stress this Christmas.CEO of Coast Shelter, Rachel Willis, launched the 2018 Coast Shelter Christmas Appeal on November 7 with…