Councillor Lloyd Taylor on Warnervale Chinese Temple Application #Wyong #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News

Press Release – 27th July, 2015

 Wyong Shire Council

Councillor Lloyd Taylor on Warnervale Chinese Temple Application  #Wyong #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News

Councillor Lloyd Taylor, Wyong Council

Councillor Lloyd Taylor on Chinese Temple Application

A development application for the long talked about Chinese Temple Application has been formally lodged with Wyong Shire Council.

Council has received an application for a Buddhist temple and ancillary buildings on a 2.61ha parcel of land at Sparks Road Warnervale, on the proposed Chinese Theme Park site.

The $83.5million proposal includes Buddhist ceremonial and meditation halls, a 244 unit and four storey pilgrim lodge, basement car parking area, internal roads, landscaping and associated infrastructure.

Councillor Lloyd Taylor from Wyong Council said, “This application is the beginning of a $500 million development for Wyong Shire that will create 5,000 much needed local jobs. The flow on effect of other associated jobs will be staggering.”

“When completed the complex will incorporate 50 restaurants, 500 seat theatre, parks, waterways and hotel. This stage incorporated a Buddhist temple and 244 room hotel with a multi level car park.”

Councillor Lloyd Taylor on Warnervale Chinese Temple Application  #Wyong #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News

The proposed Buddhist Temple would be located on the much discussed Australia China Theme Park site

“I am very happy this application has been lodged and it demonstrates the commitment to proceed as over a million dollars has been spent so far by the applicants, the development application fee itself is close to $100,000.

In the coming months everybody will have the opportunity to see the extent of the vision regarding this plan” Clr Taylor said.

The application will be publicly exhibited within the coming weeks for public comment.

Details of the application for the proposed temple are available HERE on Council’s website.




Clr Lloyd Taylor
Wyong Shire Council
P.O. Box 20,
Wyong, NSW, 2259,
PH: 0416 234 000

Compiled by Gaye Crispin, Coast Times News



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