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TODs – What they mean for the Central Coast
8 May 2024
TODs – What they mean for the Central Coast This month we have focused on Premier Chris Minns’ plans for Transport Oriented Developments around railway stations on the Central Coast. In all there will be 37 TODs from Wollongong to Newcastle with most, of course, in the Sydney Metro Area. The idea behind these TODs is that they create a neighbourhood based on walking, cycling and public transport.  On the Central Coast the focus is on Woy Woy, Gosford, Tuggerah and Wyong. ...
New focus on residential growth with four TODs on Coast
8 May 2024
With the NSW Government facing a string of Councils making it difficult for developers to get Development Applications for desperately needed housing approved, the Minister for Planning and Homes earlier in the year announced changes to planning controls to allow residential housing around major railway stations. Transport Oriented Developments (TODs) on the Central Coast will be at: Gosford, Tuggerah, Wyong and Woy Woy   Transport Oriented Developments are a planning strategy that aim...
Sky’s the limit for Central Coast graduates
8 May 2024
 New nurses, teachers and food scientists were among those poised to make a difference on the Central Coast and beyond, following a celebration of their study achievements at the University of Newcastle Ourimbah graduation in early April. More than 450 graduates were congratulated by Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alex Zelinsky, AO, for their significant commitment and dedication to their educational aspirations. “We we are delighted to be investing in the future of the Coast with ou...
Scentre Group progresses plans for Tuggerah residential development
8 May 2024
Scentre Group’s plan to develop 70ha of land with a subdivision that would see up to 2,200 homes built between the M1 and Westfield Tuggerah is now open for public comment from April 17 and ends on May 31. The site to be developed is the former Wyong Abattoirs site and is part of a broader plan for Tuggerah Town Centre to evolve as the gateway to the northern Central Coast and to grow the district as a key location for economic development and residential growth. It comes as the State...
E-Bisglobal hosts Supply Chain Forum
8 May 2024
Over fifty guests from local Central Coast manufacturing and logistics companies were hosted by logistics company E-Bisglobal at their Tuggerah Distribution Centre for the April Central Coast Supply Chain and Logistics Forum to hear how they have disrupted and shaken up the global managed services and procurement industry. A family owned business, founded at Wamberal in 1990 as a print management service by Paul and Ann Freeman, E-Bisglobal has grown to be a market leader in sourcing, storin...

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