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FEBRUARY 2018 Newsletter HERE
The next scheduled general meeting of the GCA will be held on
Wednesday 18 April at 7:30 pm
in the Greenwich Community Centre. Watch out for our newsletter before the meeting. If we need to call an urgent meeting before this, we will let you know through the GCA website.
Minutes December 2017 General Meeting HERE
ST LEONARDS SOUTH MASTER PLAN
UPDATE 8 February 2018
GREENWICH SPEAKS OUT
Lane Cove Council did not give the Greenwich community much time to make comment on the planned 2,400 unit development between Park Road East and Canberra Avenue.
But community members made sure that Council and Councillors got the message that we do not want the sort of development Council is proposing.
The LCC received over 350 submissions to Council and 213 people signed a petition.
The GCA‘s submission can be accessed - Cover letter HERE
- Our Objection HERE
Request for public hearing HERE
|IMPORTANT NEWS UPDATES
PLANNING DEVELOPMENTS AND PROPOSALS IN EAST WARD
BREAKING NEWS HERE
Draft Crown Land Management Regulation submission
Our submission on the draft CLMR, requesting multiple improvements to ensure these symbolic and valuable land parcels are adequately recognised and managed.
Release of DRAFT Human Health Risk Assessment for Gore Bay Terminal
In the continuing absence of ongoing monitoring and reporting of emissions from the Gore Bay Terminal, the GCA committee has decided to make available to the community the DRAFT Human Health Risk Assessment for Gore Bay Terminal and related correspondence that was released by the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal in 2016.
Link to : GCA COVER NOTE
Link (14.8 MB) to : Draft Human Health Risk Assessment
Draft Plan for Region
The Greater Sydney Commission has released its draft plan for the Sydney North region.
It has a lot to say about plans for the St Leonards area.
You can view the plan HERE.
The GCA has made a submission and it can be found HERE.
“A Short History of the Greenwich Community Association
1944 to 2014”
You are invited to read/download a free copy HERE
The download is a pdf (approx 2.1 Mb).
Your 2018 GCA Committee details here
Useful Links to services around GreenwichHERE