Anger at proposed changes to foreshore controls

By Jim Gainsford
Updated June 1 2020 - 3:50pm, first published May 29 2020 - 1:05pm
Community groups fear that Georges River ridge-top vegetation (lefthand side) could be lost to dual occupancy development under a proposed reduction of the foreshore protection area in the former Hurstville local government area.
Community groups fear that Georges River ridge-top vegetation (lefthand side) could be lost to dual occupancy development under a proposed reduction of the foreshore protection area in the former Hurstville local government area.

Community groups have serious concerns about proposed changes to foreshore controls contained in Georges River Council's draft Local Environmental Plan as Sunday's deadline for submissions draws closer.

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