Council’s Plans for Central Coast Airport

What your Councillors don’t want you to see

At their 27 November Council Meeting all but 3 Councillors voted to refused the Concept Plan for a Central Coast Aviation Hub at Warnervale being put on PUBLIC EXHIBITION.
This Plan, all 235 pages, was included in Councils’ Agenda papers which are public anyway but your Councillors have decided that they don’t want the public to see it.

SO CCBR IS PUTTING IT ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION VIA THEIR WEBSITE. CHECK OUT THE FIRST TEN PAGES

This development will create a new economic sector that will see new skilled and professional jobs created.
It will be a key driver of economic and employment growth on the Central Coast
Estimate between 700 and 950 jobs

The immediate future this Aviation Hub will service general aviation, manufacturing and industry and aviation training.

Site constraints will limit the airport to general aviation and corporate and regional airline operations.
But don’t be too excited about airline operations because Newcastle Airport is providing an excellent service and that will continue into the future.

In March 2017 Council called for Expressions of Interest from the aviation sector to assess the level of interest from the industry
137 companies registered their interest and 35 put in EOIs and have progressed to non-binding Letters of Offer.
They include:
8 x tourism
4 x private users
3 x maintenance and repairs
1 Government contractor
1 Fuel supply company

Amphibian Aircraft Industries has DA approval for an aircraft manufacturing facility.
They will be employing 300 people by their 3rd year
The Aero Club is a major user particularly for training

YOU HAVE TO ASK
WHAT IS THIS NEW CENTRAL COAST UP TO?
WHY DON’T THEY WANT YOU TO SEE THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR THE CENTRAL COAST

https://www.wyong.nsw.gov.au/getmedia/031445ac-b279-456f-83ad-740f3456a3b6/Enclosure-Document-OM-27-November-2017-Part-1-of-3.pdf.aspx