Plans to develop an 88 small-lot housing estate at Hamlyn Terrace have been given the green light following subdivision approval by Central Coast Council.
Existing vacant buildings on the 7.3ha land at 94 Sparks Rd will be demolished to make way for a mixture of housing styles, internal roads and environmental spaces, ranging in size from 250sqm to 10,000sqm.
A large environmental lot, zoned E3, to the south of the subdivision, which has an endangered ecological community, will be dedicated to Council.
Approval for the development includes the construction of a new intersection on Sparks Rd linking the main road through the housing estate to Warnervale Rd, as well as kerb and guttering, drainage, footpaths, shared pathways, street trees and landscaping.
It is in the Warnervale South Urban Release Area, opposite the Warnervale Town Centre which is currently being developed.