WARNERVALE AIRPORT RESTRICTIONS ACT TO BE REPEALED

The state government has announced it will scrap the Warnervale Airport Restrictions Act.

The move follows an independent review of the law – which found the legislation was overly complex.

The repeal will happen in stages.

A section governing how many planes can take off and land on the runway – the first to go.

The state government says it will work with airport owner, Central Coast Council, to ensure planning and development is controlled appropriately.

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