RESIDENTS living in Gawler’s “green belt” face further uncertainty over the status of their land after controversial new State Government planning laws were delayed again.
TRAFFIC, parking and a decision on Gawler’s rural zone were among residents’ primary concerns in a recent council survey.
A LAND division which Gawler Council fought to prevent in three separate court battles could be on the way as a result of one council motion.
GAWLER’S “green belt” could be hooked up to a recycled water system in an attempt to encourage primary production in the area as part of a council plan to provide cheaper irrigation to the town.
LANDOWNERS residing in the ‘green belt’ south of Gawler will likely be forced to wait another year until learning whether they can subdivide their land into smaller 2000-2500m2 allotments.