THE collection and allocation of developer contribution funds to help finance Shellharbour's community infrastructure projects is being reviewed, with community views sought.
The council report marks the seventh review of the city's Section 94 Contributions Plan.
"This draft plan reflects projected population and housing growth in Shellharbour and the need for new community infrastructure," council's group manager city strategy Geoff Hoynes said.
The review identifies 32 projects considered necessary to meet the current and future needs of Shellharbour residents.
The total construction cost comes to more than $120 million, with $88 million to be collected from developers and the rest paid by council over 10-15 years.
Contributions from developers of residential development will range from $9000 to $19,000 per lot/dwelling.