development news

Council’s $64 million Belmont Catchment Development Contributions Plan on exhibition

The $63.9 million draft Belmont Catchment Development Contributions Plan unveiled last month is now on exhibition until 14 March 2018.

Playground at Shingle Splitters set for revamp

The playground at Shingle Splitters Park, Balcolyn, will undergo a revamp from 12 Feburary as part of Council’s Playground Renewals Program.

Lake Mac to become a test-bed for builders

Council’s ongoing partnership with the NSW Government’s Easy to do Business Program is now making it easier for housing and construction businesses to operate in our City.

Speers Point Swim Centre ready for summer

Speers Point Swim Centre has reopened for summer today after undergoing an off-season upgrade.

Community information night to provide an update on lead management

The Lake Macquarie Community Reference Group is hosting an information night at 6pm on 28 November at Boolaroo Public School.

Tenders called for Munibung Road 'missing link'

Tender submissions have been called for the construction of the Munibung Road extension, 820m of new road that will improve connectivity between the suburbs of Boolaroo, Cardiff and Glendale.

Grannies Pool in all its glory

The new and improved Grannies Pool is now open for summer, featuring new pathways and access points that will help more people enjoy one of the City’s most popular sheltered swimming spots.

Is community-financed solar right for your business?

Lake Macquarie City Council is inviting local business owners to learn more about community-financed solar at an information session in Cardiff next month.

Tell us what you want at Charlestown Skate Park

Lake Macquarie City Council is creating a new and exciting skate park in Charlestown.

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