GAWLER’S streetscapes, with great character value, are likely to survive indiscriminate demolition following a significant policy backflip by the State Government.
UP to 150 of Gawler’s 604 contributory heritage items could become local heritage items, a $200,000 investigation has concluded.
A HISTORIC heritage-listed railway canopy could be relocated to the National Railway Museum in Port Adelaide despite community calls to have it reinstated at Gawler.
GAWLER Council will spend $200,000 on reviewing the town’s 609 contributory heritage items in a bid to protect them from proposed State Government planning changes.
GAWLER mayor Karen Redman and Gawler History Team chairman Brian Thom have launched an impassioned defence of Gawler’s heritage, which they say could be under attack from proposed new State Government planning reforms.