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Written by Hayden Donnell - North Shore Times   
Tuesday, 31 July 2007


The white sands of Long Bay beach to Toroa Point. -LandCo

Mediocre, 'more of the same' development is not an option at Long Bay. That was the message developer Landco presented to the Environment Court in a battle over the future of the area.

It is one of three major parties appealing North Shore City Council's structure plan for the green hills behind Long Bay Regional Park.

Landco chief executive Greg Olliver said in his witness statement the council plan isn't feasible, or attractive.

"The future Long Bay community should not have to bear the lasting burden of more of the same development envisaged under the structure plan," he said.

The council plan isn't intense enough to qualify as urban zoning, he said.

But Landco's plans would destroy 8.9km of the area's streams and require five million cubic metres of earthworks.

He believes its restrictions on intense development will make for an unattractive community, because there won't be enough houses within walking distance of the village centre.

There are also doubts over whether the council plan will be economically viable, he said.

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