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.
GAWLER Council has requested an update on the progress of its Rural Area Statement of Intent, following enquiries from councillors at their October ordinary meeting.
THE state’s Ombudsman has knocked back Member for Light Tony Piccolo’s Freedom of Information (FOI) request for Gawler Council to release a report containing planning recommendations concerning the town’s rural zone.
GAWLER Council could stop a future State Government from urbanising the rural ‘green belt’ between Gawler and metropolitan Adelaide, by allowing local residents to ‘gently’ subdivide their properties in the present.
GAWLER Council has denied a Freedom of Information (FOI) request to publicly release a confidential report that includes recommendations for the zoning of Gawler’s ‘green belt’.