Forest in Danger

Mirvac has lodged their first development application for the ForestinDanger site, the Demolition DA. Please make a submission to help protect the ForestinDanger, the wildlife and the neighbours.


Don't forget to include your own individual comments to make your submission really count.

If you want to read the DA documents, the ForestinDanger 21/11/20 Facebook post tells you in the "Notice of Proposed Development" how to access them. Remember, every person in a household over the age of 18 can lodge a submission.


Go to the TAKE ACTION tab on this website to send an automated email. Further information is on that page that you can also include in your own personalized email.

ForestinDanger won't stop fighting. Mirvac may have locked everyone out of their beloved Forest. But the ForestinDanger community alliance is undaunted. We will fight every step of the way and every development application that Mirvac lodges. This rare and amazing Forest and its many endangered inhabitants must be protected. Mirvac must dedicate the Forest NOW. 


Every building they bulldoze,

Every tree they fell,

Every animal they annihilate,

The public will pass judgement on Mirvac.

The fight to protect the ForestinDanger continues.




Approval has been granted by the NSW Government to build 400 apartments and 200 medium density houses on a site in West Pennant Hills. The site contains 28 hectares of heavily forested land and the award winning IBM buildings, adjoining the Cumberland State Forest.

JUNE 2020: The NSW Department of Planning approved the rezoning of 55 Coonara Ave from Business Park to residential. This is despite thousands of objections from the community and rejection of the rezoning by The Hills and Hornsby Councils.


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