October 2021 progress update

The latest Wyee Paper Subdivision Newsletter outlines next steps for Council’s work at the Paper Subdivision.

Investigations have highlighted it will cost more than $30 million to proceed with a Development Plan to deliver essential services using the Paper Subdivisions Legislation. We are confirming cost estimates over the next few months with further work on land surveying, staging and contamination investigations.

To make the essential services more affordable, we are seeking external funding from both State and Federal Governments. We need to know the outcome of funding approaches before we can work out how much landowners need to contribute.

We will begin conducting land survey works to identify future easements on properties in the subdivision starting in October 2021. More detail on this will be distributed to all landowners in coming weeks.

Highlights from meeting 20 of the Wyee Paper Subdivision Development Plan Reference Group – 2 September 2021

Council held the September Reference Group meeting online due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.

For a full overview of what was discussed at the meeting, please refer to the September meeting minutes.

Join the Wyee Heights Action Group

A Facebook group has been set up for the paper subdivision. It is an independent discussion group open only to landowners and residents of the subdivision. It is not affiliated with Council in any way. Organisers have asked us to make you aware of the group and extend the invitation to join it.

You can request to join the Facebook group via this link and click on ‘join group’. A few questions will be asked to make sure all in the group are landowners within the paper subdivision. Please note, you will need an active Facebook account in order to participate in the group.

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