AFTER nearly 14 months of waiting, two Gawler landowners have had their application to demolish a heritage wall along High Street granted by Gawler Council’s Assessment Panel.
GAWLER motorists can breathe a sigh of relief now that High Street has been reopened.
THE Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) will meet with Gawler Council to discuss potential safety upgrades at the intersection between Lyndoch Road and High Street.
GAWLER councillor Ian Tooley has launched a scathing assessment on council’s decision to reimburse two High Street landowners nearly $9000, in total, for the repair of a heritage wall on their property.
TENDERS will soon be called for the $11.4 million Gawler Connect project, with the final concept designs to be approved this week.
GAWLER Council continued confidential discussions surrounding a local heritage wall on High Street at its monthly meeting last night.
TRAFFIC restrictions on High Street are likely to remain in place for several months as work continues to repair a deteriorating heritage wall on the road.
HIGH Street continues to be flagged as a possible bypass solution to easing traffic on Murray Street, with one Gawler elected member considering bringing the issue up in an upcoming council meeting.