Central Coast residents are invited to attend community information webinars to learn more about the NSW Government’s plans to rejuvenate Peat Island and Mooney Mooney.
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch is encouraging anyone with an interest in the future of the area to attend one of the three online community information sessions to be held over coming months.
“The proposal to rezone Peat Island and affiliated Government-owned land on the mainland at Mooney Mooney seeks to strike the balance between future land uses and achieving the best social and economic outcomes for the community,” Mr Crouch said.
“Many people are keen to understand more about the NSW Government’s vision to breathe new life into old assets and open Peat Island to the public, while also creating new housing, community facilities and job opportunities for Mooney Mooney.
“Three webinars will be held to provide further information and give people an opportunity to ask questions about this proposal.”
Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey said the NSW Government had consulted widely and listened to the community’s feedback to develop a proposal that delivered a balance of social and economic outcomes for the area.
“This is about developing a viable vision that will allow long-dormant government-owned land and property to be put to better uses and encourage investment that will result in the renewal of civil infrastructure to service the local community,” Mrs Pavey said.
Webinars will be held on:
To register for a webinar, go to: https://bit.ly/2ZzGWRL.