Plans have been submitted to the state government for a $2 billion development next to Boat Harbour on the Kurnell peninsula that would include two hotels and up to 2000 condominiums for permanent residents.
According to the story in The Leader, the staged development would also include a convention centre, private hospital, shopping centre, business park and a range of sporting, recreation and entertainment facilities.
Holt family owned company Besmaw submitted plans to the Department of Planning and Environment in January to develop two former sand mining sites it owns between Greenhills Beach and Boat Harbour into “an integrated leisure, tourism, health, residential, and employment precinct”.
The area includes the foreshore areas along Bate Bay and Boat Harbour, Sydney’s only privately owned beach.
Besmaw proposes to hand these areas over to the state government and Sutherland Shire Council for public use.
Between 1400 to 2000 condominiums, situated between the two hotels along the Bate Bay frontage, are proposed in the latest plans.
The two hotels would include a total of about 2000 rooms and suites, convention centre, restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs, gyms and health centres.
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