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Corrimal Coke Works

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New plans for Corrimal coke works site

DEVELOPMENT partners Legacy Property and Illawarra Coke Company (ICC) are inviting residents and interested parties to an information session on the proposed redevelopment of the Corrimal Coke Works site on Saturday. The Illawarra Coke Company is proposing to rezone the 18ha property for residential development and parkland. The company has submitted a rezoning proposal seeking … Continue reading

Delegation to meet developer

ALMOST 100 residents attended a meeting to discuss the proposed residential development proposal for the former Corrimal coke works site on Sunday. The developer has received approval from the Department of Planning to put the re-zoning plans back before council with no changes to the original demand for over 700 new homes on the site.  They have, … Continue reading

Corrimal coke works meeting

A COMMUNITY meeting will be held in the western car park of the Corrimal Railway Station on Sunday (December 2) from 4pm. The meeting has been called by the Corrimal Community Action Group to update locals about progress on the re-zoning and redevelopment of the old Corrimal Coke Works site, Railway Street. Corrimal. The developer … Continue reading

700 homes, shops and parklands proposed for Corrimal Coke Works site

THE rezoning process for the former Corrimal Coke Works site has got underway, with Wollongong City Council resolving to submit a draft Planning Proposal to the NSW Department of Planning and Environment for a Gateway determination to enable public exhibition. The Illawarra Coke Company is proposing to rezone the 18 hectare property residential development and parkland. … Continue reading

Last puff for Corrimal Coke Works

THE Corrimal coke works has closed, ending the long tradition of the mineral’s production in the Wollongong area. The Illawarra Coke Company, the world’s oldest continuous producer of coke, has now closed both its Corrimal and Coalcliff operations. Operations ceased at the Coalcliff site in June 2013 with the loss of about 20 jobs. The … Continue reading