We have had some great supporters out there who have shared their comments and offered to allow them to be shared. If you are time poor and want to have your say, please download the template letter here to edit and make your own submission to be sent to Mid-Western Regional Council (WWRC). You can also see a PDF version here. You will need to edit this template, to make it your own. Tell MWRC why you think this development is not suitable for the proposed site.
Since last year there have been some modifications to the development application (DA) which is proposed for The Regent Theatre in Mudgee. You can see these modifications here (click 'supporting documents' to see the files) which are currently on public exhibition via Mid-Western Regional Council. Anyone can send comments to Council before 4:30pm Friday 2 March 2018. You can submit online here via Council's e-form. So far, since the documents were made live last Friday, we have noted changes regarding the hotel numbers, car parking, alterations to the facade and an increase in the height. Have you noticed something and want to share concerns with us? Share you concerns with us via the contac
Have you gone yourself the opportunity to read through the DA documents concerning Mudgee's Regent Theatre? Here are some observations for you to consider. West Elevation and North Elevation It can be seen that the shadow of the proposed hotel on the western view is taller than the façade.
Looking at the northern view of the current plan, at the outline of the existing Regent Theatre auditorium wall gives a clear view of the scale of the proposed hotel development.
Also, on the northern view drawing, the outline of the Lawson Park Hotel shown on the plan illustrates how the hotel development would dominate the northern side view.
The proposed hotel development would completely oversh
I am enthralled to share this letter written by Executive Director of Century Venues, Greg Khoury, which was submitted to Mid-Western Regional Council in opposition to the proposed DA for the Mudgee Regent Theatre to be converted into a hotel. The special part about this campaign is that is has drawn interest from many people, in a variety of places, all over the world. Our Regent Theatre is not 'just an empty old building' and, luckily, Australia does have cultural operators who see the value of these spaces. One example is Newcastle's Victoria Theatre, which was closed for much longer than The Regent before being purchased in 2015 by Century Venues. "We are the owners and operators of six