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Morisset’s Trinity Point Marina resort plans up for public say

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A 5-star hotel comprising 65 rooms as well as serviced apartments, a 188-berth marina, a 200 seat restaurant and bar with additional outdoor dining, a café, business centre, pool, day spa, gymnasium, 614 basement car parking bays and several public boardwalks. 

That is the plan for Morisset’s foreshore if Trinity Point Developers get the green light from the community. 

In a proposal published by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) on Friday 18 November, residents are being encouraged to provide feedback on the significant Lake Macquarie development application. 

DPE Director of Key Sites Anthea Sargeant says Johnson Property group’s application seeks concept approval for six buildings up to eight storeys (42 metres) high, at Trinity Point Drive, Morisset Park. 

“The public’s views will be essential to the concept proposal’s assessment, so it’s important people take the time to provide us with their feedback through the Department’s planning portal website by Friday 16 December 2022,” she said.  

“The applicant will be required to respond to any issues raised by the community before we can undertake a rigorous and comprehensive assessment.” 

This new proposal follows Trinity Point’s $100 million home estate, the 94-berth marina and existing restaurant.

Johnson Property Group has plans for it to become a world-class marina resort. 

It is set upon 23 hectares of waterfront land which Lake Macquarie City Council is hoping will boost the local economy.  

In addition to increasing building heights, the council says the proposal seeks to recognise a helipad, which is consistent with previous development approvals, and the rezoning of a portion of council-owned land along the foreshore from ‘SP3 Tourist’ to ‘RE1 Public Recreation’. 

The planning proposal is on public exhibition from 18 November to 16 December.

Visit: www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/major-projects/projects/trinity-point-mixed-use-development

Information about the proposal can also be viewed at Morisset Library, council’s Customer Service Centre at Speers Point or can be mailed on request. 

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