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WHAT IS BHPA COMMITTEE UP TO RIGHT NOW? Click here for a snapshot. For more detail and links to current issues see RHS text box.

MINUTES OF THE MEETING on Wednesday 26 June at which the Development Assessment Panel took the decision to approve a temporary [5 years] increase in extraction rate from Grant's Head Quarry subject to conditions can be found here. Links to background material on the proposal are provided in the RHS box opposite.
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STOP PRESS: The President's Address to the AGM, 18th March 2014, can be found here. Watch this space for progress reports on Bonny Hills Road Safety Audit, the Upgrade of Rainbow Beach Children's Playground and revegetation of this Reserve.

Bonny Hills is a coastal village of around 3,000 people located 25km south of Port Macquarie on the NSW Mid North Coast.

The Bonny Hills Progress Association Inc. (BHPA) is a voluntary organisation with a primary charter to safeguard the Vision that the Bonny Hills community has agreed for the village and surrounds.

The aims of this website are to provide:

1. Ready access to the charter, modus operandi and activities of the Progress Association.

2. An introduction to Bonny Hills, its community, facilities and organisations.

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HY-TEC'S 2012 application for an increase in extraction rate from the GRANTS HEAD QUARRY is here.   For BHPA's submission to Council click here, and BHPA's response to the VPA click here   The statement of environmental effects as part of Hy-Tec's 2008 application for expansion is here.

BHPA's 18 Dec 2012 response to PMH Council's draft ammendments to the Development Control Plan 2011, area-based provisions for Area 14 can be found here

The RESERVES MASTERPLANS are under 'Current projects' on the BHPA Action Page. and for the latest ACTION PLAN click here.

The draft PLAN of MANAGEMENT for the BH HOLIDAY PARK is here.   The layout diagram is here.   And for BHPA'S submission click here.