Newspaper article Tweed Daily News (Tweed Heads, Australia)

Banora Point Van Park A[euro][approximately]not a Van Park'

Newspaper article Tweed Daily News (Tweed Heads, Australia)

Banora Point Van Park A[euro][approximately]not a Van Park'

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Byline: Troy Kippen troy.kippen@mydailynews.com.au

A FORMER Banora Point caravan park could be rebuilt four years after residents were evicted for the sites.

Palmlake Works purchased the property in April and had lodged an application with Tweed Shire Council to reduce the number of sites.

The company's town planner Suzanne Jensen said the development would contain amovable dwellingsa but it would not be returning to a caravan park despite the application to the council referring to a caravan park.

Palmlake Works is seeking through the application to reduce the number of long-term sites from 148 to 141 to make way for a clubhouse for residents.

aWe hope to start de- velopment early next year,a Ms Jensen said.

aThe clubhouse will include a lounge, bar, dining area, indoor pool and gym, library, and billiards room.a

Ms Jensen said it was not exclusively an over-50s development. aIt's for adults; there will be no children allowed,a she said. …

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