Submissions close TODAY email or deliver by 5:00 pm!

Submissions close today, Friday 29 May, at 5:00 pm.  Either email or deliver your submission – even if it’s only one line, it still counts as a submission and that demonstrates to your local government that you care about your community.

Thank you, The United Kogarah City Residents Association

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FINAL Public Meeting, this Saturday 23 May 2015 @ South Hurstville, 3pm start!

KOGARAH KOGARAH REZONING #2
COUNCIL
REZONING

Get the Facts

Public Meeting
Saturday 23 May 2015
3:00 pm
St Mark’s Hall
10 The Mall, South Hurstville
All welcome


Dear Kogarah Residents, This is the last community run meeting before the closing date for your submissions about the proposed changes to the draft LEP. We are inviting everyone to join us this Saturday, 23 May 2015, at St Mark’s Hall, 10 The Mall, South Hurstville at 3:00 pm.


no-excuses1We have only days left to voice our concerns in a written submission to Kogarah Council. We want you to get writing – this is for our future! To encourage you to lodge a submission, we have included a number of community concerns that have been raised with us in sample letter of objection (PDF download here). We strongly encourage you however, to write your own letter using your local knowledge of a particular area and provide your reasons why you support or object to the proposal/s.

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Residents rise up against high-rise at Kogarah meeting Sunday | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader

ARTICLEResidents rise up against high-rise at Kogarah meeting Sunday | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader – May 18, 2015: St George & Sutherland Shire Leader

Residents rise up against high-rise at Kogarah meeting Sunday
By Maria Galinovic.

To read our online copy of the article, click here, or follow this link to the St George and Sutherland Shire Leader’s online copy.


KOGARAH RESIDENTS FACE THE ENEMIES WITHIN THE GATES

Inheritance

More than 200 men, women, and children packed the Kogarah School of Arts today to talk about the proposed LEP changes soon to be passed by Kogarah Council. Over the course of nearly two hours they heard from speakers including young gun MP for Kogarah Chris Minns, local residents and members of Kogarah.org, an umbrella group formed to address the shortcomings associated with the LEP and educate more people into standing up against unwanted overdevelopment within their area.

Clearly the proposed LEP for Kogarah is all about overdevelopment, and badly planned overdevelopment at that… Issues such as 21m (7 stories) height limits nowhere near railway corridors, highrise up to 39m all through the shopping and business precincts, density increases along the already congested Princes Highway and Rocky Point Rd. among others, removal of waterfront buffers, and total lack of consultation and transparency by Kogarah Council has forced these people…

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Kogarah city housing plan under the spotlight | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader

ARTICLEKogarah city housing plan under the spotlight | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader – May 14, 2015:
St George & Sutherland Shire Leader
Kogarah city housing plan under the spotlight
By Maria Galinovic.

To read our online copy of the article, click here, or follow this link to the St George and Sutherland Shire Leader’s online copy.


Public Meeting – Sunday, 17 May 2015 @ 3:00pm – Have your say!

KOGARAH REZONING PDF (1)KOGARAH
COUNCIL
REZONING

Get the Facts

Public Meeting
Sunday 17 May 2015
3:00 pm
Kogarah School of Arts
Cnr. Queens Ave & Bowns Road, Kogarah
All welcome


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Your Say | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader

From St George & Sutherland Shire Leader:

SHARE YOUR VIEW 

The Leader welcomes letters to the editor.
Please keep your letters to about 200 words and include a daytime phone number for any clarifications that may be necessary.
Letters may be cut for space, clarity or legal reasons.
Preference will always be given to letters which allow publication of authors’ name and suburb.
Letters may also be published on the Leader’s website.

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