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Using the Land and Environment Court (L&EC) to exclude effective public dialogue on development appears to, once again, be being used to drive forward development in the Northern Rivers.
Concerns have been raised over the transparency of the process of the Northern Rivers Planning Panel (NRPP), by which it reached a decision, in relation to the Iron Gates development in Evans Head, to ‘accept the amendment of the application under Clause 55 of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Regulations 2000’.
Iron Gates developer Graeme Ingles has been given another chance to seek the development of the controversial site in Evans Head that locals have been defending since the 1990s.
The controversial Iron Gates development for 175 lot subdivision in Evans Head goes before the Northern Rivers Planning Panel (NRPP) today.
Motivated by the Eddie Mabo case for land rights and the fact that important sites for Aboriginal people were being eaten up by rapacious land development supported by local government, Bandjalang Elder Lawrence Wilson became the prime mover for the original Native Title claims at Evans Head.
The withdrawal of the Master Plan should spell the end of the current development application for the controversial 175 lot Iron Gates development in Evans Head say opponents to the DA; but it appears the developer is still looking for a way forward.
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.
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Stay-at-home orders will be introduced for the Byron Shire, Tweed and Kempsey Local Government Areas (LGAs) from 5pm today for seven days due to an increased COVID-19 public health risk.
Locals will have the chance to support local men with their mental health when the Night of Hope Charity Ball takes place in Ballina on October Ball.