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New kitchen and gaming area plans for hotel renovation

An application has been lodged with Central Coast Council for renovations at the Old Woy Woy Hotel.

The proposal would see a "new internal fit-out" including relocation of the kitchen and the gaming area.

The application has been submitted on behalf of owners Harvest Hotels by PM Consulting Pty Ltd, the business of the former Gosford Council general manager Mr Paul Anderson.

The renovations would include a new bar area and new bathrooms, and new walls and flooring for the beer garden and sports bar.

A new gaming area would be built in the southern portion of the existing hotel.

Aluminium louvers would be replaced with with timber windows and wall to match the existing facade on The Boulevarde.

There would also be a new entrance off the carpark, a new children's playground, and new signage.

The external surfaces of the hotel would be "repainted and freshened up".

"The proposed changes are designed to increase the family friendly culture of the hotel and add to the tourism offerings in Woy Woy.

"There is some minor demolition required as part of the overall development, but these works has been carefully selected so as to not have an adverse impact to the heritage listed building."

The application states that the proposed internal alterations of the hotel do not increase the gross floor area, but the proposal does reduce the available carparking on site by 12 vehicles.

"This reduction in carparking is considered to be minimal to the overall carparking provided and available within the Woy Woy CBD area and the multi-use of the premises by customers arriving by a range of public transport options including train, ferry, bus, taxi and ride share options."

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