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Paper Petitions in Mudgee

If you are looking to find a petition to sign in Mudgee here are some locations: Mudgee Honda Centre - 135 Church Street Peters Hot Bread Shop - 77 Mortimer Street West End Food Store - 120 Market Street The Beauty Room - 80 Church opposite Butcher Shop Cafe/Kellys Pub Mudgee Historical Society Horatio Motor Inn Parklands Resort Mudgee Museum 3 Nursing Homes in Mudgee St Vincent de Paul All the Dance Schools in Mudgee The Day View Club Mens Shed Museum Cudgegong Valley Motel Soldiers Motel Riverside Caravan Park Cobb & Co Mudgee Corner Street Fairview Flight Centre Submissions to Council are due by 4:30 Friday 1 December, so please ensure they are signed ASAP. We are aiming to have as many a

National Trust Strongly Objects to Mudgee Regent Theatre Re-development Proposal

The National Trust of Australia (NSW) has lodged a strong objection to the proposed Development Application of The Regent Theatre and have shared their letter of objection with Revive The Regent. The recent discovery regarding the architect of Mudgee Regent Theatre recently made by Mr John Broadley is outlined and further supported by The Trust. "The Trust has recently become aware that this cinema was designed by George Newton Kenworthy, the noted cinema architect who designed many cinemas in the Interwar Period including the Cremorne Orpheum Theatre. The Trust’s Listing Report and the Movie Theatre Register for NSW prepared for the NSW Heritage Office in 1996 had both indicated that the ar

Letter to the Editor by Bob Lamond

Revive The Regent is happy to have the support of Bob Lamond who asked us to publish his letter, which is printed in today's Mudgee Guadian. You can read Bob's Submission to Council on DA0081/2018 re: The Regent Theatre here. THE FUTURE FOR THE REGENT- WHAT'S GOOD FOR MUDGEE Hi Hugh I am making this email public via Facebook, Revive The Regent and I hope the Guardian as you made your remarks to the Guardian/Public and, as you are rightly well respected, these require further background and correction where appropriate. I was puzzled to read your comments in this weeks Guardians - YES - Mudgee citizens “can lay blame fairly and squarely on Mid-Western Regional Council” for their numerous f

New Information Regarding Regent Theatre Architect

Contrary to documentation widely available on the internet, research by John Broadley has revealed that the architect was not Douglas Smith, but was in fact George Newton Kenworthy, a prominent Sydney architect who had done extensive theatre design. One of his better-known surviving works is the Cremorne Orpheum. ARCHITECT’S WORK. TENDERS ACCEPTED. Mudgee – Erection of picture theatre –G. N. Kenworthy, architect; A. C. Eden, 100 Benaroon Road, Belmore, builder. (Construction and Real Estate Journal, NSW, Wednesday, 3rd April 1935, p. 10) Kenworthy is an important factor to consider regarding Mudgee's Regent Theatre. He was involved extensively with the State Theatre in Market Street, Sydney’

New Deadline for Public Comment

Currently there is a proposed development application (DA) to partly demolish the building to construct a hotel which is on public exhibition at Mid-Western Regional Council. We oppose this development. We believe that a hotel can be built anywhere and it should not be done to compromise such a significant theatre. If you oppose this DA please lodge your comments online to council here. We have 2 more weeks to lodge formal comments in by 4:30pm 1 December 2017. Join our Facebook group here to share positive ideas, memories and conversation on why we want to Revive The Regent: https://www.facebook.com/groups/842383315899492/

Notice of Proposed Development

The Regent Theatre needs us to rally now as never before. Anyone is invited to inspect the application and plans at Council’s Administration Centre, 86 Market Street, Mudgee. Plans may also be made available at the administration centres in Gulgong (109 Herbert Street) and Rylstone (77 Louee Street) upon request. Written comments in respect of any application must be addressed to: The General Manager, Mid-Western Regional Council, 86 Market Street, Mudgee and received prior to 4.30pm on Friday, November 17, 2017 Any enquiries regarding this application should be directed to Council's Planning and Development Department on (02) 6378 2850 or 1300 765 002

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