Submission Guide

6 Dune Crescent, Manyana – Lot 123 – DP 1248050Development Application

Application Reference Number: DA22/1524

Shoalhaven City Council is currently accepting submissions on a proposed new development for 6 Dune Crescent, Manyana. 

Here’s everything you need to know about the Development Application and the submission process.

What is being proposed

The DA includes plans for a duplex/dual occupancy development including adjoining two-storey, four-bedroom townhouse style dwellings. With Torrens Title Subdivision.

Dwelling 1

• 4 bedrooms

• Open plan kitchen living and dining

• Cinema room

• 2 bathroom, ensuite and laundry

• Large alfresco area

• Single Garage

Dwelling 2

• 4 bedrooms

• Open plan kitchen living and dining

• Bathroom, Powder room, ensuite and laundry

• Large alfresco area

• Single Garage

Where can I see the plans:

Go to: http://www3.shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au/masterviewUI/modules/ApplicationMaster/Default.aspx

Enter the Application Reference Number in the search field (DA22/1524)

How do I make my submission?

Any person who feels they could be affected by the determination of this application can make a submission to Council about how they feel about the proposal.

You make a submission online using the link above. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Contact us about this application”.

When do submissions close?

Friday, July 1st – close of business.

Why is the RHVA concerned about this Development Application? (Please feel free to use these points in your submission using your own words)

• We feel the proposed development is not compatible with the surrounding environment and housing (which is primarily single storey and detached).

• The proposed dwelling does not adhere with the low-density residential zone requirements set out under the Local Environmental Plan (R2). 

• We are concerned that if allowed to proceed in its current form, this proposed development would set a precedent for inappropriate development across the five villages.

• With the potential to dramatically increase the size of our community, we feel the impacts of duplex and dual occupancy developments on water, sewage, amenities, local traffic and on-street parking have not been sufficiently modelled.

• We have significant safety concerns around bushfires and the capacity to evacuate a larger number of residents on Bendalong Road should more of these dual occupancy developments be allowed to go ahead.