Local community group heavyweights Friends of Lake Weyba, the Sunshine Coast Environment Council and Noosa Parks Association have banded together to form an alliance to support the Noosa and Sunshine Coast Councils’ defence in the Planning and Environment Court of the Appeal by the developer of the proposed by the “Noosa on Weyba” project. The

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Sunshine Coast Daily | 12 May 2014 DEVELOPERS of a proposed residential estate application which has been refused by two Sunshine Coast councils have filed an appeal against the decisions in the Planning and Environment Court. Northbrook Corp, which wants to develop Noosa On Weyba, lodged its appeal last Wednesday. The move comes as no

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The Noosa Independent | 4th April 2014 NOOSA Council has given an unequivocal thumbs down to a developer’s plans for a giant housing estate on the Western shores of Lake Weyba. Council planning staff listed a series of 17 conflicts and concerns with local planning, including the development’s likely impact on water quality in Lake

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The Noosa Independent | 3 Feb 14 TEARS of relief flowed freely at the Caloundra Chambers last Thursday, January 30, after Sunshine Coast Council voted to refuse the controversial Noosa on Weyba development application for land within it’s regional boundary. Members of Friends of Lake Weyba were ecstatic when the decision was announced, with President

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Kathy Sundstrom | Sunshine Coast Daily CHEERS erupted from the packed gallery at Caloundra Chambers after the Sunshine Coast Council voted to refuse a $400 million application on rural land at Weyba Downs. If approved, the development would have transformed land zoned rural in the former Maroochy Plan, the Sunshine Coast draft town plan and

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Noosa News | 23rd January 2014 SUNSHINE Coast Council officers have recommended that councillors reject the controversial Noosa on Weyba development proposal, which comes before them for final deliberation next week. Mayor Mark Jamieson refused yesterday to comment when asked whether the developer would address councillors either before today’s closed agenda-review meeting or the ordinary

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