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GSC Economic Commissioner addresses UDIA members

Posted by Edgar Adams on 5 May 2021
GSC Economic Commissioner addresses UDIA members
At the half yearly members' luncheon of the Central Coast Chapter of the Urban Development institute of Australia (UDIA) heard Guest Speakers Jackie Taranto, Economic Commissioner for the Greater Sydney Commission and Malcolm Ryan, Chief Operating Officer of Central Coast Council. Ms Taranto's address was an update on the GSC's Central Coast Strategy following the NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian announcing on 22 October 2020 that the GSC had been asked to prepare a Central Coa...
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Terrigal Boardwalk opened

Posted by Edgar Adams on 5 May 2021
Terrigal Boardwalk opened
Following more than 30 years of argument and 11 months of construction, the new boardwalk linking Terrigal Beach to The Haven was officially opened by Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch in mid-April. Ms Berejiklian said the 277-metre-long boardwalk has been designed to complement the natural environment and is composed of materials that can withstand the elements to ensure its longevity into the future. "Building a boardwalk to better connect Terrigal ha...
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Administrator backs Airport Masterplan

Posted by Edgar Adams on 5 May 2021
Administrator backs Airport Masterplan
One of the last moves by Central Coast Council Administrator, Dick Persson AM, was to approve the development of a Masterplan for Warnervale Airport. In an 8-point Resolution the Chief Executive Officer was authorised to publicly exhibit the draft Masterplan and Plan of Management and once completed negotiate and execute agreements that will enhance and promote better utilisation of the Central Coast Airport at Warnervale. Also, that Council authorise the CEO to immediately suspend the ...
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New era for Erina as medical services takeover

Posted by Edgar Adams on 9 April 2021
New era for Erina as medical services takeover
Until the late 1980s Erina was a place that you passed through on the way from Gosford to Terrigal and The Entrance and was mostly a light industrial area. That changed with the opening of Erina Fair in 1987 and Fountain Plaza about the same time which set the suburb on the path to being a strong commercial / retail area. Over the next 30 years Erina Fair expanded as did Fountain Plaza and the precinct surrounding it. By early 2000 Erina was home to the business banking and retail bran...
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Butcher eyes home delivery as way of the future

Posted by Edgar Adams on 9 April 2021
Butcher eyes home delivery as way of the future
North Avoca entrepreneur Tony Palmer has bought Saratoga Quality Meats at Kincumber. The business which started life in the Saratoga Shopping Village in the early 80s was originally managed by Rob Kay who bought it around 1985 and set it on the path to become the most successful butchery business on the Central Coast. Their widespread reputation was such that Coles Property Development Group approached them with an offer to lease a store at the newly renovated Kincumber Village. &n...
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