COUNCILLORS are set to consider one development application to complete one of Orange’s older subdivisions and another to help kick off one of its youngest.
At Tuesday’s meeting, councillors will decide a DA on Lily Place for 15 homes on two community lots.
The proposal received three complaints of over-development from the public, however staff said it fit the compact nature of the area around it.
They will also debate a 17-lot subdivision at 168 Shiralee Road, with land ranging from 340-3000 square metres and one 9400 square-metre lot.
The developer asked to create two 3000 square-metre lots in an area with a 9000 square-metre minimum, which council staff said was acceptable given the overall number was consistent with the master plan.
Eleven lots will not be issued with a subdivision certificate until access can be negotiated with neighbouring landholders.