Glebe Society objects to mini-Darling Harbour in Rozelle Bay
A proposal has been lodged for the development of a substantial shore-based facility associated with the Super Yacht facility in Rozelle Bay. The Society's Bays and Foreshores sub-committee, along with residents of Glebe Point, has concerns about several aspects of the proposal. Its size and scope goes well beyond what could reasonably be described as support for the vessels berthed there, and more closely resembles a mini-Darling Harbour. In particular the noise that will be generated by bands playing there at night will be detrimental to Glebe residents.
Click here to read the text of the objection submitted by the Society to the Department of Planning.
Posted on March 7, 2011 by Bruce Davis