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    SMH 16 Sept 2018

    By Andrew Taylor

    Church at war with itself and locals over residential development. The church plans to build up to 175 apartments in four buildings, six storeys high, which Senior Elder David Swain and church clerk Coralie Batchelor said would have “irreversible adverse impacts” on the school and two churches on the Wahroonga Estate. 

    Church at war with itself and locals over residential development

    Hornsby Advocate

    29th August 2018 

    By Jake McCullum

    School, community, church congregation hit out over residential plan for Wahroonga Estate. An ongoing campaign to stop several apartment buildings from being constructed around Wahroonga Adventist School.

     

    'I don't just my Church'

    Hornsby Advocate 10 May 2018

    By Jake McCullum

    PARENTS of students at Wahroonga Adventist School were left shocked when cranes delivered a sales display suite to an adjoining carpark — while students were walking to school last week. The development application for the display suite has yet to be approved 

    Residents hit out over development plans

    Hornsby Advocate 3 May 2018

    By Jake McCullum

    A PLAN to surround Wahroonga Adventist School with hundreds of apartments has outraged residents — but the Adventist Group won’t support the community’s battle.The Adventist School and Sydney Adventist Hospital parent company, Australasian Conference

     

    Parents rally to fight high-rise development