Sale of Land to Australia China Theme Park (Update) #Wyong #CCoastCouncil @CCoastCouncil

Central Coast Council Press Release 4/4/17 Sale of Land to Australia China Theme Park The former Wyong Council entered into contracts to sell land at Warnervale to Australia China Theme Park Pty Ltd (“ACTP”). Those contracts include confidentiality clauses that bind both parties and as such it is not appropriate to comment at this stage. Council has sought an urgent […]

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#Wyong Mayor Doug Eaton discusses Warnervale Airport with Dick Smith and John Singleton #CentralCoast

20/10/15 Wyong Mayor Doug Eaton Discusses Warnervale Airport with Dick Smith and John Singleton by Gaye Crispin –   Two of Australia’s richest business tycoons, John Singleton and Dick Smith today happily confirmed they fully support the Warnervale Airport upgrade. Mr Smith said the airstrip itself needed to be just a little longer and wider to facilitate planes, but added […]

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

Press Release – 27th July, 2015  Wyong Shire 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 […]

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#Wyong Mayor Doug Eaton Still Optimistic, Says Chinese Theme Park Will Deliver Jobs #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #News #Jobs

  Wyong Mayor Doug Eaton still optimistic, says Chinese theme park will deliver jobs  by Gaye Crispin  The Mayor of Wyong, Doug Eaton has declared the Government’s initial assessment of the proposed Chinese theme park was “actually a tick of approval.” Despite Mayor Eaton claiming victory, some detractors argue it is a major loss for the proponent. Only 15 per […]

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China Theme Park Proposal Refused #Wyong #CoastTimes #CentralCoast #NSW

WYONG Council’s $500 million China theme park proposal has stumbled at the first official hurdle over rubbery job estimates, excessive height limits and over-zealous rezoning plans. Confirmation that the NSW Department of Planning has cut the council’s grand plans for the Chappypie China theme park at Warnervale down to size comes only days after the council’s grand plans for a […]

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