Save Little Bay Cove from Meriton's monstrous overdevelopment proposal

This special page has been established to follow Meriton Group's proposal to over-develop Little Bay Cove, adjacent to Prince Henry at Little Bay.

 

Background

Important links

Where to lodge your objection

 

 Background

In late September 2019, Meriton Group released its plans to substantially increase the Masterplan-approved development capacity of the Little Bay Cove site, Prince Henry's near neighbour to the north. As a local resident, you may have received a Meriton letter and aerial images of the proposal in your mailbox. 

A group, Save Little Bay, has been initiated to organise and coordinate the Little Bay community’s opposition to the proposed overdevelopment of Little Bay Cove. The proposal is at odds with the tranquil and recreational nature of our local environment which owners, residents and neighblours seek to preserve and protect. 

The Save Little Bay group's objective is to support and retain Randwick City Council’s Master plan. Hundreds of owners based their investment decision on owning a property within the beautifully planned low and medium density Master Plan, which ensures a relatively sensible development of the Little Bay Cove site.

The Prince Henry at Little Bay Community Associaiton Executive supports the objective of the Save Little Bay group, and encourages each Prince Henry owner and resident to to sign the Save Little Bay petition and to lodge their own individual objection. Details of where to lodge your objections are listed below.

 Important links

Save Little Bay Facebook page

Sign the Save Little Bay petition

Perspective images

Analysis Study

Little Bay Planning Proposal

Southern Courier article | 8 October 2019

Flyover video — must watch | Meriton's monstrous overdevelopment plans for Little Bay Cove

Prince Henry Community Association | Objection letter 29 October 2019

City Hub — Big trouble in Little Bay | 13 November 2019

 Where to lodge your objection

Randwick City Council

30 Frances Street
Randwick NSW 2031

Submissions must be emailed to council@randwick.nsw.gov.au

How to object to Council (this document may help you write your submission)

Randwick City South Ward Councillors

Cr Carlos Da Rocha

C/- 30 Frances Street
Randwick NSW 2031

M: 0409 357 168
E: carlos.darocha@randwick.nsw.gov.au

Cr Noel D'Souza

C/- 30 Frances Street
Randwick NSW 2031

M: 0477 351 202
E: noel.dsouza@randwick.nsw.gov.au
Answering Service: 02 9962 8365

Cr Danny Said (Mayor)

C/- 30 Frances Street
Randwick NSW 2031

T: 02 9093 6813
E: mayor@randwick.nsw.gov.au
M: 0408 653 006

Michael Daley, State Member for Maroubra

Maroubra Electorate Office

Mr Michael Daley, MP
Level 5, 806 Anzac Parade
Maroubra NSW 2035

PO Box 535
Maroubra NSW 2035

T: 02 9349 6440
E: maroubra@parliament.nsw.gov.au 
F: 02 9349 4594

Matt Thistlethwaite, Federal Member for Kingsford Smith

Electorate Office (Principal Office)

Shop 6, 205 Maroubra Road
Maroubra, NSW 2035

PO Box 895
Maroubra, NSW 2035

T: 02 9349 6007
E: Matt.Thistlethwaite.MP@aph.gov.au
F: 02 9349 8089

Rob Stokes, NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces

Best to send a copy of your objection to both ministerial and electorate offices.

Electorate Office

1725 Pittwater Road
Mona Vale NSW 2103

T: 02 9999 3599
E: pittwater@parliament.nsw.gov.au
F: 02 9999 0922

Ministerial Office (Planning and Public Spaces)

Especially write to Rob Stokes at his Ministerial Office — his department has the power to override Council planning decisions.

GPO Box 5341
Sydney NSW 2001

T: 02 8574 6707
E: http://www.nsw.gov.au/ministerstokes
F: 02 9339 5554