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Facility planned for 'allied health professionals'

Central Coast Council has received an application to build a two-storey "health services facility" at 5 Vidler Ave, Woy Woy.

The building would consist of five health consulting rooms and include a private procedure room, shared day surgery-procedure room, lift, reception, office, conference room, kitchen and amenities.

Car parking area on the ground floor consists of nine parking spaces and one disabled parking space.

The development would demolish an existing house on the R1 general residential-zoned site.

"The intention for the site is to accommodate a mixture of allied health professionals, which may consist of a psychologist, podiatrist, physiotherapist, osteopathy, audiology and chiropractic," according to the application prepared by Perception Planning for Landmark Homes.

"At this time, the specific medical field that will be practiced in each of the consulting rooms is undetermined."

The facility would accommodate five health practitioners and one receptionist and operate from 8:30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

The proposal claims a height of 6.54 metres and a floor space ratio 0.495:1, which are within the limits of the planning provisions.

A compliance table is not included with the documents displayed on the council's planning portal.

Plans submitted show a front setback of 9.085 metres, and setback to northern side and the rear of 1.5 metres.

The southern setback is 1.74 metres, but includes what appears to be fire stairs within this setback.

The application states: "The proposed development has a statutory parking requirement of 21 spaces.

"A total of 10 parking spaces are proposed on-site which results in a parking reduction of 11 spaces."

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