Two-storey manufactured home planned for waterfront site
An application has been lodged for the construction of a two-storey manufactured house at 47 Waterview St, Woy Woy.
The site is a "battle axe" waterfront site with an existing dwelling which would be demolished.
The building would be constructed off site by Parkwood Modular Buildings.
The application which was prepared by Parkwood Homes on behalf of Madeline Spielman, states: "The proposal is for a new two storey manufactured dwelling which has been designed to complement the appearance and character of the area and surrounding properties.
"Minimising the impact on the adjoining properties, the dwelling will be built off site and to the appropriate standards of all relevant AUS/NZ standards."
All planning requirements have been met according to the application which requests no variations.
Although a Basix certificate is not required for manufactured dwellings, the application lists a number of energy conservation measures, including solar panels, wall and roof insulation, a minimum three-star rating for plumbing fixtures and 600mm eaves for increased shading.
Emphasising the low environmental impact, the application states that the proposal intends to use "An existing gravel driveway entering from Waterview Dr to provide all-weather access to prevent tracking and sediment."
Development application 614/2022 currently has a status of "advertising/notification".
However the end date for submissions has not currently published on the Central Coast Council website.
DA Tracker, 13 May 2022
DA164/2022, Central Coast Council