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Residential Lands Review

Elton Consulting ​have been engaged by Council to undertake a review of land within all residential zones across the LGA. The first part of this project comprised the preparation of an Issues and Options Paper. Additional community consultation has since been undertaken including three community workshops (Coramba, Woolgoolga and Sawtell), an information booth at the Jetty Markets and an Online Survey. The outcomes of this consultation are currently being analysed to inform the next stages of the project.

It is anticipated that the Residential Lands Review will be placed on public exhibition in the coming months seeking further feedback from the community concurrent with an updated Local Growth Management Strategy document.