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HEMP HOUSE UNDER CONSTRUCTION ON THE CENTRAL COAST

One of the oldest and most sustainable building materials is making a comeback – a Central Coast resident building what’s believed to be Australia’s biggest hemp house.

More than 10-thousand kilograms of hemp has gone into the Mannering Park development.

 

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About Skaie Hull

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Skaie Hull is a News and Sports Reporter based on the Central Coast. Prior to joining the NBN team in March 2016, Skaie worked as a reporter for Seven Local News in Queensland and was also PR & Media Advisor for YMCA NSW and TAFE NSW. She attended the University of the Sunshine Coast where she majored in Journalism and Public Relations.

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One comment

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    Danielle Henderson

    This house is an absolute disgrace. It stands 17 metres tall in a street that has a 11 metre height restriction. The house is a monstrosity and should never have been allowed to be built. Residents in houses surrounding the development have not been consulted on its ridiculous size. It is supposedly a residential house however why would it be 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms for a couple approaching 70 years old. Mannering Park residents are disgusted and smell a rat being that the owner is a former Councillor.

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