Under section 151 of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974, the Minister for the Environment proposes to grant Fort Denison Dining Pty Ltd (ACN 624 139 500) a lease of Fort Denison, Sydney Harbour National Park.
Submissions are called for from persons who wish to comment on the proposal.
Details of the proposed lease
Identification of land: Lot 1 in Deposited Plan 837196 being the island known as Fort Denison, Sydney Harbour National Park.
Purposes for which the land and any building and structure is proposed to be used: Licensed café, restaurant and functions and interpretive tours.
Term of proposed lease: 10 years with a 10 and 5 year option (25 years all together).
The proposal includes modification of an existing building and construction of a new structure. All works will be subject to appropriate environmental and heritage approvals. It is also proposed to grant Fort Denison Dining Pty Ltd (ACN 624 139 500) a licence of Fort Denison wharf (Lot 2 in Deposited Plan 837196).
How can I comment on the proposed lease?
Submissions on the proposed lease can be made from 26 September until 24 October 2018. You are invited to comment on by sending a written submission during this time.
Have your say
Comments are open until 24 October 2018.
You can provide your written submission in either of the following ways:
- Send your written submission to:
Director, Property and Commercial
PO Box A290
Sydney South NSW 1232
- Email your submission to: email@example.com.
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