Shoalhaven City Council Mayor, Joanna Gash has welcomed the
lodgement of a proposed bulky goods and factory unit complex in Milton.
The proposed $1.5 million development would see the construction
of two separate industrial buildings on the corner of Croobyar Road and
Wilfords Lane, Milton.
The buildings would consist of one bulky goods unit and nine
Mayor, Joanna Gash said the proposed development would inject
vital funding into the local community.
“It is extremely pleasing to see the Shoalhaven continue to
attract large development applications to the area,” said Clr Gash.
“The proposed $1.5 million Milton development will not only inject
vital funds into the area during the construction phase but also provide
further employment options once completed.
“This proposal comes on the back of a number of other larger
applications lodged or under review by the Planning and Assessment Commission
within the local area.
“These include the proposed $12 - $15 million Shoalhaven
Motorsports Complex at Yerriyong, the $12 million Masters development at South
Nowra and the $370 million Shaolin Temple Complex.”
The Mayor said these applications were further proof of a renewed
confidence within the local business community.
The proposed $1.5 million proposed bulky goods and factory unit
complex in Milton will be assessed by Council.
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