Deering Street new option for Milton-Ulladulla Men’s Shed

Posted on 20 August 2019

MOVE AHEAD: Phil Hansell, John Burke, president of the shed and Tim Jamison could be moving to Deering Street if the new proposal goes ahead. After community concern at the proposal to build a new Milton-Ulladulla Men’s Shed at Frogs Holla, a new option will be heard at council next week.
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Cr Mark Kitchener and Cr Greg Watson have submitted a notice of motion which aims tomovethe site from Frogs Hollow at Milton to a site close to the SES building at Deering Street, Ulladulla.

The proposed relocation of the site also has the support of Cr Andrew Guile and Cr Bob Proudfoot.

The Milton District Community Forum submitted an opposition to the Frogs Holla building proposal earlier this year after residents were concerned over the visual prominence of the location.

Milton resident Phil Bradshaw said earlier this year he was one of many to be concerned over the location.

“It could ruin the aesthetics,” he said.

“It is a very green area and it seems to be on a scale beyond what they need.”

Commenting on the proposal, CrWatson said the new location is better suited to the building’s needs.

“The proposed location at Deering Street is logical as the large men’s shed building will fit in with other future industrial buildings,” he said.

The Milton-Ulladulla Men’s Shed has been operating out of theirWitherington Avenue location behind Bunnings for a number of years but must move as the shed’s owner is looking to sell it.

The notice of motion will be considered by council on Tuesday,October 25 atthe Council Chambers in Nowra.

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