Park resident Brent Kimber, Uncle Milton Duroux, Tara Duroux,Aunty Wendy Duroux, Uncle Bing Laurie and Matthew Jeffery rally to save the park site.
Park resident Brent Kimber, Uncle Milton Duroux, Tara Duroux,Aunty Wendy Duroux, Uncle Bing Laurie and Matthew Jeffery rally to save the park site. Claudia Jambor

Politicians, families against sub-division

MOMENTUM to save Arrawarra Holiday Park is growing with concerned parties from inter-state raising their voices against the proposed 24-lot sub-division plans.

Greens MP and planning spokesperson, David Shoebridge has joined in the fight by lodging a submission to Coffs Harbour City Council, which citing various environmental impacts and damage to Aboriginal sacred sites if it were sub-divided.

Some of resident Brent Kimber’s family, who based in Melbourne, have rallied behind him to oppose the development application.

His daughter, Jo Fullerton started the ‘Save Arrawarra Holiday Park’ Facebook page and has since reached out to councillors and engineers to build a case against the sub-division.

“Everyone is fighting this in every state,” Mrs Fullerton said.

Mr Kimber’s granddaughter, Courtney Kimber said she and her mother will travel to Arrawarra if the DA was approved to fight construction plans.

Submissions to Coffs Harbour City Council regarding the sub-division close on April 22.



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