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4. False information in development application document

4. False information in development application document

On 13 May 2019, I made a written complaint to the Sunshine Coast Council about false information knowingly provided by scheme operators to the council, in a development application document. The scheme operators claimed that there are three golf buggies available on-call to transport residents around Laurel Springs, whereas there is only one buggy used mainly to transport staff; it is not generally available to residents on-call.

4.1 False Information in Response to Information Request

4.1.1 In their response to an Information Request from Council, the scheme operators of the Laurel Springs Retirement Village, in their role as developers of an extension to the village, made false and misleading statements, including that there are three buggies on call to carry residents around the village:

Evidence Document D8.1 - 02

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4.2 Council officers embellished false information in Assessment Report

4.2.1 In their Assessment Report, Council officers further embellished the false claims made by the scheme operators in their response to the Information Request:

Evidence Document D8.8 - 03

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4.3 Complaint to Sunshine Coast Council

4.3.1 In my complaint of 13 May 2019 to Sunshine Coast Council, on behalf of a group of residents of Laurel Springs, I cited several false and misleading statements made in the Response to Information Request made by scheme operators:

Evidence Document D8.1 - 01

4.3.2 Also In my complaint of 13 May 2019 to Sunshine Coast Council I cited the false statement, in the Council Assessment Report, that the site has a flat gradient:

Evidence Document D8.1 - 01

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