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The decision on the controversial Iron Gates development for 175 residential building blocks on the Evans River near Evans Head is being strongly opposed by locals on environmental and fire impacts.
Locals who are once again opposing the Iron Gates development in Evans Head presented Richmond Valley Council (RVC) Mayor Robert Mustow with a petition of 304 signatures against the proposal last Tuesday.
With the Evans River rated as being in 'poor' condition residents are pushing back against the Iron Gates residential development that has been haunting the town since the 1990s.
Opponents of a proposed residential development at Iron Gates in Evans Head are calling on the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) to release details of their decision not to prosecute the developer of this environmentally sensitive site on the Evans River.
The state government has given permission for a proposed development at Evans Heads’ controversial Iron Gates site to go on public exhibition, despite a previous development on the same site being overturned by the Land and Environment Court.
He's done it once, and now vowed to do it again. Lismore activist Al Oshlack has put Richmond Valley Council on notice that he will launch legal action to stop a proposed residential development at the Iron Gates site in Evans Head.
Opponents of the proposed Iron Gates residential estate at Evans Head are calling on Richmond Valley Council to withdraw the development application from public ex
The controversial Iron Gates development at Evans Head is back on the agenda. After a lapse of almost a year, a renewed development application for a 184-lot subdivision has been lodged with the Richmond Valley Council.
The latest attempt to restart a controversial development of sensitive coastal land at Evans Head has been dealt another blow after the state government’s planning department refused permission for it to go ahead without a masterplan.
Tweed residents are invited to provide feedback on their council's budget, revenue policy and fees and charges, as Tweed Council prepares to finalise its delivery program and operational plan for the next financial year.
When local man Nathan Hicks saw posts on Facebook about locals who had received fines they believed were incorrect he decided to look into challenging his own fine.