A Woy Woy business owner has applied to Central Coast Council to build a new industrial shed to house a mechanical workshop and car hoist.
A planning assessment for the development application started on Tuesday, September 29, following a pre-lodgement review earlier in the month.
The proposed development would be built at 6-8 Mutu St and the applicant was JBAM Property Pty Ltd.
The two lots have a combined area of 1144 square metres and the proposed new building would cover 485 square metres.
The site, according to documents submitted to Council, is on the south side of Mutu St, bordered to the south by Ocean Beach Rd.
Surrounding lots have similar building types and uses, typically found in an industrial zone, the application stated.
The site was currently occupied by industrial buildings divided into bays and used as a mechanical workshop and car hoist by Ocean Beach Tyre Power.
It has not been subject to a Council applications since 1979 when it was approved for a shop fit-out and then signage was approved in 1981.
The new shed building would be located between the existing rear northern industrial shed and front southern positioned awning.
The application was for a 5.1m high building, paved with hardstand, with a lightweight clad appearance.
The proposal did not seek any changes to the existing layout or operational details of the business.
The purpose of the proposal was to provide additional secure storage space for the existing equipment and vehicles.
DA Tracker, 10 Sep 2020
DA 59488/2020, Central Coast Council