Picture: Anita Jones. A majority of councillors voted against the proposed four-room brothel at Salamander Bay on the basis that the location was unsuitable and contravened the draft Local Environment Plan LEP. He told fellow councillors they should listen to the community and the overwhelming of objectors. Before the meeting, Ms Wright ed deputy mayor Sally Dover in a public campaign objecting to the brothel.
Councillor Geoff Dingle, who voted to approve the development, warned fellow councillors that a legalised brothel was preferable to having sex workers on the street. A staff report, tabled at the meeting, said brothels were a legal activity in NSW and sex sites port stephens on the proposed site under the current Local Environmental Plan Council development assessment and compliance manager Matthew Brown confirmed that the proposal was for the first legal brothel in Port Stephens.
In she was vocal in her opposition to an adult shop in Nelson Bay and played a large part in its eventual rejection in the NSW Land and Environment Court. Your ad blocker may be preventing you from being able to log in or subscribe.
Newcastle Herald's trusted source for property. Home Community. Cr Dover has experience campaigning against similar proposals. Ad blocker issue Your ad blocker may be preventing you from being able to log in or subscribe.