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Wollongong City Council to consider amended plans to build 585 homes at Corrimal Coke Works site | Illawarra Mercury

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Amended plans to turn the Corrimal Coke Works into a housing development will go before Wollongong City Council next week after developers were told to cut the number of proposed homes. The Illawarra Coke Company and Legacy Property originally wanted to build 736 dwellings, mostly in apartment blocks, at the Railway Street site when they submitted their first draft planning proposal request in October 2017. A final masterplan and draft planning proposal submitted to the council last year proposed the construction of 760 dwellings, again mostly in apartment buildings, but councillors told the developers to cut the number of homes to a maximum of 550, contained in a variety of housing types. Read more: Wollongong City…



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