Is now the time that communities and councils should look to have the broken NSW State Government planning instruments fixed?
Save Thirroul Village was interviewed on ABC Illawarra Drive, Monday 28 March to discuss recent flooding in Thirroul and the risks that the proposed Thirroul Plaza Development pose in Thirroul.
An article from last year that may be of interest in light of the recent runnoff at the Wombarra development site that has been in the media lately
The Feedback Summary Report on the proposed traffic improvement options for Thirroul was released last week. The report has captured and responded to community feedback received on the proposed traffic improvement options displayed in June and July 2021 for Thirroul. It was clear the community do not believe either of the proposed options would meet their needs.
TfNSW does not seem to make the link between them rejecting their own proposals for clearways and continuous lanes of traffic through Thirroul, sacrificing LHD Street Parking and the Thirroul Plaza DA inflicting exactly the same thing! How can a state government agency abandon their own plans, and then accept a set of plans, equally damaging to the Thirroul town centre, proposed by a private developer with private interests?
Nick McLaren from ABC Illlawarra interviews Louise Wellington at the plaza dite to discuss the issues with the Thirroul PLaza DA.
There was a great turn out at the community meeting on 7 April. We had standing room only at Club Thirroul. Have a read of the presentation.
Lindsay McDougall discusses flooding in Thirroul, and concerns regarding the Thirroul Plaza Redevelopment, with Save Thirroul Village.
A great piece from ABC Illawarra mornings, 18 March 2022. Wombarra residents commissioned a report regarding the sediment runoff at the Wombarra developmet site.