Crowd turns up for Shaolin hearing

A large crowd gathers at the Archer Resort to hear the final registered-public to comment on the multi-million dollar proposal.

A large crowd gathers at the Archer Resort to hear the final registered-public to comment on the multi-million dollar proposal.

BETWEEN 70 and 80 people are attending a public meeting in Nowra hosted by the Planning Assessment Commission to discuss the Shaolin tourist and residential complex proposal at Comberton Grange, Falls Creek.

While the Department of Planning and Environment has finished its assessment of the proposal and supported approval of the concept, the level of public interest in the proposal has prompted the PAC to stage the meeting at the Archer Resort to hear public views on the report and the recommendation before determining the proposal.

Eleven individual and community group representatives, whose presentations range in time between five minutes and 15 minutes, will address the panel.

The PAC committee toured the Comberton Grange site on Tuesday.

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