Development in the Park - CCLF's stance

Updated: Apr 6, 2020

CCLF regards the effects of permanent and cumulative development within the Park to be inconsistent with its constitutional objective of protecting and preserving the natural environment of the waterway.

For this reason, CCLF's fundamental position on any and all applications for development within the Park will remain one of objection.

We acknowledge Council's advice that an objection on the basis of cumulative development is not considered by Council as reasonable grounds for objection to any individual Development Application, and that each application can, and will, only ever be considered on its individual merits.

However, until such time as CCLF is satisfied that the JFP Plan Of Management properly articulates the threat of cumulative development and provides adequate protection against that threat, CCLF remains opposed to any further development in the Park.

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