On February 9 - 10, objections will be heard from experts and impacted locals in the Land and Environment Court during a two-day hearing of the matter NCV Enterprises Pty Ltd v Tweed Shire Council, regarding the development application DA21/0010 for a concept proposal to create 10 interconnected Rural Land Sharing Communities and associated works with 392 Residential Lots.
Also represented by NCV Enterprises are other landowners who were included in the original development application: Peter Van Lieshout, Dolph Cooke, Darko Kovac, Zimmer Land Pty Ltd and Kempcove Pty Ltd.
The NCV Enterprises DA application comprises a staged rural land sharing community and associated works over 24 lots and Stage 1 civil infrastructure works.
NCV Enterprises has appealed in the Land & Environment Court against the Regional Planning Panel’s decision to refuse their development application. Since 2017, similar applications by the prospective developers were refused three times by Tweed Council, prior to refusal by the Regional Planning Panel on 18 August 2021 due to "failure of permissibility".