Charles Sturt University Development

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The proposal seeks approval for a new University Building (Charles Sturt University) including at-grade parking for up to 336 vehicles, to be sited on land to the east of (behind Lake Innes Shopping Village). The development would be accessed off Ellis Parade. The building is essentially a quadrangle surrounding a central courtyard consisting of three (2 to 3 storey) main wings with a fourth, single level wing to the east.

The University is designed to accommodate for up to 770 equivalent full time students and 72 equivalent full time staff.

The proposal will be staged across two(2) Development Applications (DA2014 - 119.1 and DA2014 - 120.1) with the first stage being an Early Works comprising site clearing, earthworks, stormwater, sewer and water infrastructure installation.

A full copy of all documents are available for viewing at Port Macquarie-Hastings Council office in Burrawan Street.

Ways you can be involved:

For more information contact Patrick Galbraith-Robertson on (02) 6581 8111 or via email patrick.galbraith-robertson@pmhc.nsw.gov.au

The proposal seeks approval for a new University Building (Charles Sturt University) including at-grade parking for up to 336 vehicles, to be sited on land to the east of (behind Lake Innes Shopping Village). The development would be accessed off Ellis Parade. The building is essentially a quadrangle surrounding a central courtyard consisting of three (2 to 3 storey) main wings with a fourth, single level wing to the east.

The University is designed to accommodate for up to 770 equivalent full time students and 72 equivalent full time staff.

The proposal will be staged across two(2) Development Applications (DA2014 - 119.1 and DA2014 - 120.1) with the first stage being an Early Works comprising site clearing, earthworks, stormwater, sewer and water infrastructure installation.

A full copy of all documents are available for viewing at Port Macquarie-Hastings Council office in Burrawan Street.

Ways you can be involved:

For more information contact Patrick Galbraith-Robertson on (02) 6581 8111 or via email patrick.galbraith-robertson@pmhc.nsw.gov.au