南京夜网_南京桑拿会所_南京夜生活论坛

Powered by Aidteach!

Sunshine Bay residents not convinced

A group of Sunshine Bay residents is not convinced by the Anglican Church’s claim it will not build a men’s rehabilitation facility as part of a large complexon church land on Crosby Drive, on the western side of George Bass Drive.
Nanjing Night Net

Canberra-Goulburn AnglicanArchdiocese property managerMichael Stallard said the church would not build a men’s rehabilitation accommodation facility like Hope House in Batemans Bay, and that it did not have any plans or money to build anything there at the moment.

Development applications were submitted to council in April 2012, December 2015 and May 2016.

Residents living near the site are not reassured by Mr Stallard’s words, as group spokesman Jay Post says.

“If they do not intend to build anything there, then why did they submit the DA?” he said.

“We can only go by what is on the plans, which have Hope House on them and keep mentioning future development.

“How can we be sure? What they are saying is very ambiguous.”

The residents’ feelings about such a development are far from ambiguous, as they purchased their properties in the area with the ‘peace and quiet’ factor andwithout knowledge of such a plan.

They believe that their property values and quality of life will both go down.

“We don’t want this development,” Mr Post said.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

Comments are currently closed.