THE Planning Assessment Commission has set aside two days to hear the public's views on the proposed $300 million Cronulla Sharks development.
Sessions will be held at Rydge's Hotel, Cronulla, on Thursday, July, 26, and, if required, the following morning.
The commission said the program was due to the "significant level of public interest" in the proposal.
Sessions on the first day would be 10am-1 pm, 2pm-6 pm and 7pm-9 pm.
Hearings had been advertised in the media, and details were also sent to everyone who had made a submission to the Department of Planning and Infrastructure.
The commission said that, as many views and issues were common to multiple submissions, concerned people should organise their presentations so recurrent views could be presented by one spokesman.
"Preferences for time spaces will generally be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis," the commission said.
Those who wish to comment were asked to register to speak by contacting Greyce Fernandes on 9383 2112, or by emailing email@example.com by 2 pm on Monday, July 23.
Inquiries: Megan Webb, 9383 2113.
Details for a similar public consultation on the Kirrawee brick pit proposal have not yet been released.