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siriusTue, 26/12/2017 - 5:41pm

At the pre-Christmas Council meeting, a further thirteen North Arm Cove non-urban lots were acquired by Council in lieu of outstanding rates. As part of the same Council meeting, the newly elected Council in effect confirmed the practices regarding non-urban land that were followed by the old Great Lakes Council: Wait until desperate and disillusioned owners give up and then resume their property . The relevant extract taken from the Agenda papers is copied below.

The NSW Government uses the term " paper subdivisions" in reference to these non-urban lots. The current policies of Government and Council only serve...

Land Sale Ad 1982siriusTue, 11/07/2017 - 12:23pm

A change.org petion has been set up by non-urban land owners frustrated that they are obliged to continue to pay rates on blocks of land for which no services are provided and on which they cannot build. In some cases, they cannot even access their land thanks to the poor state of the non-urban roads. Council has, over the years, become the owner of hundreds of these lots as other owners have given up in despair.

Between 1919 and 1922, Stroud Council had approved subdivisions involving many thousands of lots around the North Arm Cove peninsular...

lenyThu, 15/03/2012 - 4:18pm

Q uestions prepared by North Arm Cove Residents Association members for the Public Meeting on "Paper subdivisions" are now attached to this article .

Residents are encouraged to attend the public meeting next Monday as the changes proposed would significantly affect North Arm Cove.

lenyThu, 16/02/2012 - 3:02pm

The Department of Planning and Infrastructure has released a Consultation Draft that if implemented will allow the re subdivision of Non Urban Land in North Arm Cove. All the subdivided land from the Pacific Highway to the Village is involved; 2831 landowners including Walker Corporation and Great Lakes Council as landowners. This is not merely rezoning the non urban land to residential.

The proposed amendment amongst the 40 pages of information published states that if 60% of landowners controlling 60% of the land agree by postal ballot to proposed Development Plans re subdivision may be possible. The issue...

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