A $5 million mixed use development has been approved for Gosford’s city centre by Gosford Council at its meeting on Tuesday, June 9.
Approval has been given for the up to seven storey development comprising a 31 room boarding house, 15 residential units, a small retail shop and two levels of car parking. It will be built on the corner of Beane St and Watt St in Gosford. This development will provide additional housing and housing choice (including affordable housing) on a site with good access to public transport and the city centre area. Since October 2014, over $335 million worth of development has been approved for Gosford’s city centre area by Council and the Hunter and Central Coast Joint Regional Planning Panel. The development consent has been given subject to certain conditions being fulfilled including footway and vehicle crossing formations, piping of storm water, signage and line marking and retaining walls.
Email, 9 June 2015 Gosford Council media Minutes, 9 June 2015 Gosford Council GOV.68