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Newport Surf Life Saving Club - Building Extensions

We are seeking feedback on the proposal by the Surf Life Saving Club to lodge a Development Application (DA) for the extensions to the existing building.

We are seeking feedback on the proposal by the Surf Life Saving Club to lodge a Development Application (DA) for the extensions to the existing building.

  • Project update - January 2018

    about 2 months ago

    Following the exhibition of the proposed building extension plans for Newport Surf Life Saving Club, we met with the surf club executive to discuss the results of the community engagement in August last year and to clarify steps required to prepare Development Application (DA) documents.

    In December 2017 we provided owners consent to the Newport Surf Life Saving Club to prepare DA plans.

    The Newport Surf Life Saving Club has submitted a DA pre-lodgement meeting request. Once the meeting has taken place, the surf club will finalise documents for review by relevant Council teams prior to the lodgement of the DA by Council anticipated mid 2018.

    What we heard
    In summary, the majority of submissions were supportive of the proposal submitted by the surf club to extend the footprint of the existing building.

    Reasons for support of the proposal included:
    • expansion in club membership
    • additional storage needs
    • circulation, accessibility and improvement to Work, Health and Safety needs
    • facilitate training and education
    • a community hub
    • improved amenities and access
    • maintaining heritage qualities
    A small number of submissions raised concerns about preserving the heritage significance of the building and the potential appearance of the finished building due to its increased bulk. One community member also objected to any commercial activity such as a cafe in the building.

    Following the exhibition of the proposed building extension plans for Newport Surf Life Saving Club, we met with the surf club executive to discuss the results of the community engagement in August last year and to clarify steps required to prepare Development Application (DA) documents.

    In December 2017 we provided owners consent to the Newport Surf Life Saving Club to prepare DA plans.

    The Newport Surf Life Saving Club has submitted a DA pre-lodgement meeting request. Once the meeting has taken place, the surf club will finalise documents for review by relevant Council teams prior to the lodgement of the DA by Council anticipated mid 2018.

    What we heard
    In summary, the majority of submissions were supportive of the proposal submitted by the surf club to extend the footprint of the existing building.

    Reasons for support of the proposal included:
    • expansion in club membership
    • additional storage needs
    • circulation, accessibility and improvement to Work, Health and Safety needs
    • facilitate training and education
    • a community hub
    • improved amenities and access
    • maintaining heritage qualities
    A small number of submissions raised concerns about preserving the heritage significance of the building and the potential appearance of the finished building due to its increased bulk. One community member also objected to any commercial activity such as a cafe in the building.

  • How to get involved

    7 months ago

    Newport Surf Life Saving Club has prepared some plans for proposed extensions to the existing surf club building. They would like to lodge a Development Application (DA) for the work, and we are seeking feedback from the community on the proposal as part of considering whether owners consent should be given for them to lodge a DA.

    The proposed works are to provide additional storage areas, improve accessibility and provide additional amenity and community space.

    View the Plan

    How to get involved

    We will be holding a drop in session at the Newport Surf Life Saving Club, where community members can share their thoughts on this project with one of the project team.

    • Saturday 26 August – 10am - 12noon

    Make a comment

    • Online
    • In writing 'Newport SLSC Extension' to Northern Beaches Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why, 2099

    For further information contact Bernard Koon, Senior Project Officer on 9942 2535.

    Comments closed: Sunday 10 September 2017

    Newport Surf Life Saving Club has prepared some plans for proposed extensions to the existing surf club building. They would like to lodge a Development Application (DA) for the work, and we are seeking feedback from the community on the proposal as part of considering whether owners consent should be given for them to lodge a DA.

    The proposed works are to provide additional storage areas, improve accessibility and provide additional amenity and community space.

    View the Plan

    How to get involved

    We will be holding a drop in session at the Newport Surf Life Saving Club, where community members can share their thoughts on this project with one of the project team.

    • Saturday 26 August – 10am - 12noon

    Make a comment

    • Online
    • In writing 'Newport SLSC Extension' to Northern Beaches Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why, 2099

    For further information contact Bernard Koon, Senior Project Officer on 9942 2535.

    Comments closed: Sunday 10 September 2017

  • Background

    7 months ago

    The Newport Surf Life Saving Club has developed a concept plan for proposed extensions to the existing building and are now seeking owners consent to lodge a Development Application (DA).

    The DA is for an extension to the existing building to provide additional storage areas, improve accessibility and provide additional amenity and community space.


    The Newport Surf Life Saving Club has developed a concept plan for proposed extensions to the existing building and are now seeking owners consent to lodge a Development Application (DA).

    The DA is for an extension to the existing building to provide additional storage areas, improve accessibility and provide additional amenity and community space.