HPG Submission 3 August 2014

HPG Submission 3 August 2014

HPG pulled out all stops and our submission contains 19 documents and over 300 pages. It includes expert reports on heritage, ecology and bushfire. In addition, HPG members and volunteers did a combined analysis of over 70 pages in length.

Downloads

1. Cover letter and HPG Analysis documents:

Cover Letter [PDF approx 255 KB]

Headland Preservation Group Inc. Analysis of Proposed Residential Aged Care Facility 2014-7194 [PDF approx 2.2 MB]

2. Reports:

SHFT Ten Terminal Heritage Impact Assessment Submission [PDF approx 1 MB]

Middle Head Ecological Review July 2014 [PDF approx 6 MB]

Fenwick Bushfire Protection Review [PDF approx 317 KB]

EPBC Act Referral 7194 of 2014 Heritage Impact Assessment Submission [PDF approx 1.2 MB]

3. Attachments:

RSL letter of support [PDF approx 175 KB]

Peter Tomasetti SC – Submission to SHFT 1 August 2014 [PDF approx 88 KB]

National Trust Submission [PDF approx 157 KB]

Copy of SHFT website Boutique Hotel Leasing Opportunity closing April 29, 2011 [PDF approx 589 KB]

Copy of SHFT website Boutique Hotel Leasing Opportunity closing August 6, 2012 [PDF approx 637 KB]

Copy of NSW Investment opportunities Tourism – Property brochure [PDF approx 3 MB]

Copy of Middle Head Peninsula Leasing Brochure 2009 [PDF approx 1 MB]

Copy of G Bailey signed reply to Baker McKenzie May 6 (probity) SHFT 11 Jun 2014  [PDF approx 313 KB]

Copy of Expressions of Interest Conditions of Application  [PDF approx 565 KB]

Copy of EOI Design Guidelines Middle Head 2009  [PDF approx 37 KB]

Copy of Baker McKenzie letter to SHFT amended Dec 6  [PDF approx 97 KB]

Copy of Baker McKenzie letter to SHFT  May 6 2014  [PDF approx 1 MB]

Australia ICOMOS submission  [PDF approx 49 KB]

 

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2 Comments on "HPG Submission 3 August 2014"

  • Utterly disgusting. They want to sell it to aged care because it sounds very warm and cuddly, looking after our aged senior citizens.

    The location lends itself to an astronomically-priced 5-star establishment, for which the developers will gladly fork out megabucks.

    Clearly it alienates the community. The exclusivity of the facility would impose an incalculable cost to the many for the benefit of just a few privileged wealthy individuals.

    • Is you the Gary Jackson late of Sun Microsystems Australia?

      John Young

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