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News from around Mannering Park


  • 8th October 2018

                A motion was passed at the 8th October 2018 council meeting that, in addition to further community                 consultation on the shared pathway from Mannering Park to Chain Valley Bay to "establish the safest                 and preferred route" that council council fund the "preliminary investigations and design options in                 the 2019-20 budget as a priority area"


  • 4th September 2017

The Mannering Park Precinct Committee have obtained a copy of the GH&D Shared Pathway report. This report lays out the various criteria associated with both the options proposed by council, that is the Ruttleys Road route and the community preferred Crown Lands foreshore route. This report can be viewed by clicking here. 
It is a 170 page report but it is not necessary to read the full report in detail, however there are some important sections which should be read i.e. safety, construction, costs, etc.            

  • 15th December 2016 

          Chain Valley Bay coal mine formed a Community Consultative Committee in 2012 to allow the community to be           better informed on development, production and transport issues relating to the coal mine. The committee is           made up of mine staff, representatives from Lake Macquarie City Council, Central Coast Council and                     members of the communities impacted by mining operations.

          The CCC meets 3-4 times per year and if you wish to know more about the mines operations and keep up to           date on future developments you can view the minutes of those meetings here  


  • 16th November 2016

          The Johnson Property Groups Trinity Point Development is proposing to build a helipad at the end of the new           marina development that is under construction at Trinity Point.

         The Development Application is now on Public Exhibition. The letter advising the community with information on           making submissions can be found here. It should be noted that if there are more than 25 submissions objecting           to the Development Application then the D.A. will be go to the Planning Assessment Commission PAC for                   determination.

          Submissions close on Friday 16th December 2016


  • 9th November 2016

        Lake Coal as the operator of the Mannering Colliery is in the process of preparing an Environmental         Assessment for the expansion of Mannering Collieries throughput from the current 1.3 Million tonnes per annum         Mtpa to a proposed 2.1 Mtpa. To veiw the letter from Lake Coals consultants, advising the community of the         impending E.A. click here.

  • 20 November 2015 

    Volunteering is more than just words. It’s action – compassion in action.              

    Socialise, connect and act.

    At Uniting we have amazing opportunities for you to give back to the community, and have fun whilst doing it. Our Healthy Living for Seniors Programs enable seniors all over the Central Coast to come together and experience community and connectedness. You can help enhance this experience - and you just have to be you.

     We offer positions in bus transport, activities, companionship, outings and catering. Just one day a week can make a difference for our clients and staff. If you are free on a Thursday in Mannering Park we would love your help.

    Join the team now for a rewarding and changing experience. Call 0409 945 918 to find out more, or email Kate Johnson