415 new dwellings approved in March quarter

Housing graphic for illustrationHouses being built. Image: Creative Commons Wikipedia

Central Coast Council adopted their third quarter report into the Activities of the Development Assessment & Environment and Certification Units and asked for the written report on new procedures for councillors to come by July.

The activities report showed that during the January to March 2020 quarter, 635 development applications were determined, including the approval of 415 new dwellings, including secondary dwellings, detached dwellings, dual-occupancies, senior living, multi-dwelling housing and units within residential flat buildings.

The total number of Development Applications outstanding at the end of the quarter was 574, with 471 applications under assessment.

A total of 11 development applications from January to March 2020 included a variation to a development standard within the local environment plans.

Source:
Meeting, May 25
Agenda Item 2.2 and 3.3
Central Coast Council