A NSW Government decision to approve a 600 dwelling development in Catherine Hill has been ruled invalid by the Land and Environment Court today. The decision also applies to a project application for another 187 dwelling development at nearby Gwandalan.
Approval was given by the former Minister for Planning, Frank Sartor, to allow Rose Group to build 600 dwellings at Catherine Hill Bay and 187 dwellings at Gwandalan.
Under a deal with the NSW Government, Rose Group had agreed to hand over approximately 300 hectares of land for a national park in return for development rights on 60 hectares.
- Written by Urbanalyst
- Category: New South Wales