THE number of elected members on Light Regional Council’s Development Assessment Panel (DAP) has been reduced from three to one, in response to planning reforms that will come in to effect this October.
GAWLER Council will investigate ways to ensure it always has a representative voting on development applications, ahead of planning reforms that will limit the number of elected members sitting on its Development Assessment Panel (CDAP).
MORE property owners in the Light Regional Council area are choosing to subdivide their land, latest statistics show.
Light Regional Council has raised concern over the potential for car-park congestion at Kapunda’s planned new Foodland supermarket, as the project makes its way through the approvals process for a second time.
LOCAL builder Simon Zeller was recently appointed to make decisions on development applications presented by Gawler Council’s planning staff as part of the Development Assessment Panel.
A HERITAGE building, which once served as a thriving nightclub, could soon return to its original purpose – a church.
GERMAN supermarket chain Aldi has gained official permission to begin construction at its Evanston site following approval from Gawler Council’s Development Assessment Panel.
GAWLER’S Development Assessment Panel has recommended the removal of two regulated trees in Willaston after previously refusing an application to cut them down.