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  • Oppose GRC Proposed Changes to Foreshore Scenic Protection Area Georges River Council's proposed draft Local Environmental Plan 2020 will remove more than 2500*properties from the Foreshore Scenic Protection Area (FSPA), undermining our quality of life and the ...
    Posted 24 May 2020, 22:00 by FoO Secretary
  • A Win for the Community On 17 December 2018 - Council unanimously supported a Mayoral minute to  keep the former Oatley Bowling club site for community use : 1) not proceed with the Planning Proposal to re ...
    Posted 19 Dec 2018, 16:23 by FoO Secretary
  • Planing Proposal out for comment On 7 November 2016 Council resolved that the Planning Proposal to reclassify the site from ‘community’ land to ‘operational’ and to rezone the site to SP2 Infrastructure with the ...
    Posted 10 Nov 2016, 01:55 by FoO Secretary
  • Diggers are in Park 13/9/16 Today Douglas Partners are doing a soil survey of 22 locations at the former Oatley Bowling Club site in Myles Dunphy Reserve. It's for the environmental ...
    Posted 12 Sep 2016, 22:26 by FoO Secretary
  • Club Site remains in Myles Dunphy Reserve The OBC site is STILL in Myles Dunphy Reserve, given the following statements in the IHAP report [emphasis added]:    To the south and west of the site is the Myles ...
    Posted 12 Sep 2016, 15:48 by FoO Secretary
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  • SUBMISSIONS ON LEP ARE DUE BY 31 MAY 2020
    Oppose council's proposed changes to the Foreshore Scenic Protection Area

    Online: by filling out the submission at:

    By Email: mail@georgesriver.nsw.gov.au (quote ref. SF20/881)

    Or in writing to:     The General Manager, Georges River Council,
    PO Box 205, Hurstville BC 1481
    Posted 24 May 2020, 22:43 by FoO Secretary
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Campaign to keep the site of former Oatley Bowling Club in public hands


Masks made for the "No Coles" picnic day