Sekisui House has warned significant local jobs are being lost while Development Watch embarks on a second court appeal over Sunshine Coast Council’s approval of the Yaroomba Beach development.
Sunshine Coast Council has today (16 June 2020) submitted a development application to ensure a plan is in place to protect Sir Leslie Wilson Park, at Cooroora Street Dicky Beach, from the threat of future severe shoreline erosion.
A dedicated group of Maleny locals showed up once again today to show their opposition to the service station and fast food outlet being proposed directly opposite the Maleny State School. Councillor Jenny McKay was presented with over 600 letters to be sent to Roads and Transport Minister Mark Bailey requesting his intervention to stop […]
[Video]It has been a significant day for the Sunshine Coast with council delivering its new planning scheme for the region, helping to strike the right balance between a sustainable economy, environment and community. Launched today at the Lake Kawana Community Centre, Mayor Mark Jamieson described the plan as a key tool to help council provide […]
Lodging a development application at midnight is now a possibility, if you are so inclined, thanks to Sunshine Coast Council’s new development services initiatives. Applicants now have the convenience of lodging all types of development applications electronically, replacing the need to provide multiple hard copies during business hours. Mayor Mark Jamieson said this is another […]
Council’s processing time for decisions on development applications for reconfiguration of lots, material change of use and operational works show that 80% of applications are decided within 40 business days.
Community members applauded local councillors’ decision to refuse a proposal to develop two communication towers in Valdora.
Submitting a development application to council is set to become easier as council launches its new Pre-Design Meeting Service.