Council-under-administration is moving ahead with plans to take community land out of community hands. Gosford Bowling Club is built on land Erina Shire Council purchased in 1936 at a cost of 175 Pounds from the Railway Department. The land was described as being “alongside waterside park” and it was proposed to build a municipal bowling green and tennis courts on the … [Read more...] about What ever happened to Gosford tennis courts?
Central Coast Council hopes to enter into a contract to sell its Gosford chambers to the State Government by the end of March, despite the Memorandum of Understanding between the two entities running out this month. A few hurdles remain before the sale can be completed. The State Government department has not finished its business case and it may not be completed for … [Read more...] about More than a year to wait on sale of chambers
The waterfront must be a place for the people, says CEO The start of something sensational, Administrator Rik Hart said, at the press conference to talk about the Gosford Waterfront concept plan. He said the time is right for this, the latest plan for the Gosford waterfront. He said the Six Cities Strategy was now in situ and that sets a blue print for what the State … [Read more...] about Time is right for waterfront revitalisation – Hart
Caption: the press announcement in 2021 was made from the back of the site, as seen here. THE University of Newcastle has started the paperwork for the new uni precinct at Gosford. It was announced in May 2021, that the old Mitre 10 hardware site at 299-309 Mann St, Gosford.would become a university. Then in April of this year, it was announced that Newastle Uni was the … [Read more...] about Follow the paper trail as uni journey begins
Silly me, I saw this infrastructure on what I thought was a path in the new regional play space at Gosford and thought, shoot, this looks dangerous. But rest easy; that isn't a path. It's an interpretation of a shoreline. Here's what I was told. "The sandstone and concrete pictured isn’t designed as a walkway but is a decorative interpretation of the site’s original … [Read more...] about Trip hazard? No, function and design merging