CONTROVERSIAL DA DEFERRED

CONTROVERSIAL DA DEFERRED

On Wednesday the 7th of February an independent planning panel deferred its decision on the development application which proposed to demolish the heritage cottage at 48 Oxford Street, Epping. Damien Tudehope was granted leave from Parliament to speak at the meeting where he strongly opposed the development. “It is my understanding that the only way

2017 COMMUNITY BUILDING PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM NOW OPEN

2017 COMMUNITY BUILDING PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM NOW OPEN

Member for Epping, Damien Tudehope encourages local councils and not-for-profit groups to apply for funding requests through the 2017 Community Building Partnership (CBP) program. CBP grants are available annually for community infrastructure projects that deliver positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes. Through the program, the NSW Government ensures funding is available to support organisations that think

Driveway Opening at Epping West Public School

Driveway Opening at Epping West Public School

Today, I joined parents, staff, and students to officially open the new disability access driveway at Epping West Public School. The driveway will allow parents to pick up and drop off students safely outside the dedicated special needs support unit classrooms. I was able to secure a grant of $29,500 from the NSW Government toward

Financial Assistance Grants Helping Councils To Deliver

Financial Assistance Grants Helping Councils To Deliver

Hornsby and Parramatta Council have received $2,219,700 and $4,770,335 in Federal Government grants respectively to help council deliver vital services and infrastructure. The Financial Assistance Grants scheme provides funding in two parts – the first is open for councils to use on local priorities, while the second is specifically for roads. Member for Epping, Damien

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