THE State Government is considering its funding options for the Gawler East link road (GELR), after it was revealed the $55 million allocated for the project might not be able to meet some of its basic needs.
GAWLER Council has dug its heels in and refused to pay out for an “offset” roundabout that will keep the future of a potential Tiver Road connection to the Gawler East link road (GELR) alive.
POTTS Road residents could be faced with a Colorbond fence running across the front of their properties, under a proposed plan to reduce noise caused by motorists using the $55 million Gawler East link road (GELR).
GAWLER ratepayers could be spared the cost of building the Gawler East link road, following plans to introduce a new infastructure funding model.
THE clock is ticking for Gawler Council to make a decision on the preferred route for its controversial link road project.
GAWLER residents have been divided over council’s Gawler East link road proposed routes, since the multimillion-dollar project was put under the spotlight earlier this month.
RESIDENTS on Potts Road say their lives are in limbo, after discovering their properties were in the path of council’s proposed Gawler East Link Road Project.
LOCALS can now have a say on the Gawler East link road proposed routes, with council holding a four-week community consultation period for the project.