west byron development

Change of ownership as rejected $25 million DA goes to court

premium_icon Change of ownership as rejected $25 million DA goes to court

AN interstate developer had previously been in a partnership with the new...

$25 million West Byron proposal subject to court appeal

premium_icon $25 million West Byron proposal subject to court appeal

UP to six residents to attend council meeting with developer.

TIMELINE: History of West Byron development proposals

premium_icon TIMELINE: History of West Byron development proposals

ONE of the proposed developments is expected to go court this year.

Group concerned new DA isn’t significantly different

premium_icon Group concerned new DA isn’t significantly different

“We would like the court... (to) take into account public interest"

Amended West Byron application to go before court

premium_icon Amended West Byron application to go before court

THE proposal is on public exhibition until Thursday.

New West Byron DA is on public exhibition, but then what?

premium_icon New West Byron DA is on public exhibition, but then what?

WE explain the process ahead for the contentious $40 million proposal. 

Amended $40 million West Byron DA is on public exhibition

premium_icon Amended $40 million West Byron DA is on public exhibition

IF approved, it would create 162 new lots off Ewingsdale Rd.

EXPLAINED: The final decision on $25m development

premium_icon EXPLAINED: The final decision on $25m development

Site has been a potential urban land release area for past 25 years

Decision made on controversial $25 million mega development

premium_icon Decision made on controversial $25 million mega development

The project includes 282 residential lots

West Byron plan may not be popular, councillors admit

premium_icon West Byron plan may not be popular, councillors admit

Alternate zoning plan could be "the new map of West Byron"

West Byron, nude beach cameras up for discussion at meeting

premium_icon West Byron, nude beach cameras up for discussion at meeting

There are some controversial topics on the council's agenda

Residents react to rejection of $40million development

premium_icon Residents react to rejection of $40million development

Controversial proposed development is going to court

Why this 387-lot development was finally rejected

premium_icon Why this 387-lot development was finally rejected

Decision on $40 million proposal was met with a standing ovation

Decision made on controversial $40 million development

premium_icon Decision made on controversial $40 million development

The decision was announced shortly after the meeting convened

Govt should buy controversial development site: Ballina MP

premium_icon Govt should buy controversial development site: Ballina MP

A decision on the development is expected to be made on Monday

Higher buildings in the CBD or urban sprawl?

premium_icon Higher buildings in the CBD or urban sprawl?

Increased height limits, or more greenfield development?

'Proper process' needed before decision on West Byron

premium_icon 'Proper process' needed before decision on West Byron

Panel were "hamstrung” by lodgement of late documents

Fracking 'has more support' than proposed development

premium_icon Fracking 'has more support' than proposed development

Community appeal for a $40 million subdivision to be knocked back

premium_icon West Byron protest

Opponents of the proposed West Byron development at the JRPP meeting.

Why decision on $40 million development could be delayed

premium_icon Why decision on $40 million development could be delayed

The matter had been set down for a determination today

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