North Shore Community Newsletter 4 – The Jetty

  • Posted by Ian Mutton
  • On June 26, 2018
  • The Jetty
Our population is growing. We need to seize on every opportunity to add to our store of parks and recreational facilities. ABANDONED AND FORGOTTEN Development Applications (DA) are, by their very nature, a bargain with the community. Back in 1990 a DA was made in respect of the shipyard on Berry’s Bay. That DA was […]
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North Shore Community Newsletter 3 – Watts Park Stairway

  • Posted by Ian Mutton
  • On June 26, 2018
  • Watts Park
A community that comes together can achieve great things. A proposal to replace the Watts Park stairway with what, to some, looked more like scaffolding caused consternation in our community and put at risk the water cistern hued out of the adjacent rock out crop. Our Community: came together with good humour and a very […]
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North Shore Community Newsletter 2 – High Line

  • Posted by Ian Mutton
  • On June 25, 2018
  • High Line, SHHL
The Sydney Harbour High Line Association (the efforts of Joan Street and David Bowman) has been busy building support and preparing plans for the conversion of the largely disused rail corridor between Waverton station and Lavender Bay into a lineal park/walking trail. The Premier said: A NSW Liberals & Nationals Government will never sell off […]
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North Shore Community Newsletter 1 – Harry’s Park

  • Posted by Ian Mutton
  • On June 25, 2018
  • Harry's Park, Luna Park
Lots 10, 11 and 12 overlook Luna Park and the harbour – they were leased to Luna Park Sydney in 2004. In 2006 Luna Park Sydney, our State Government and Mrs Seidler reached an agreement: • Mrs Seidler: Paid Luna Park Sydney $5M and “acquired” lot 10 (which she landscaped as a park and made […]
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