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.
Al Oshlack, Lismore. Carpet baggers are in town. The Lismore City Council [is] banking the developers with an unsecured payment for the infrastructure., with a promise in the future of an unspecified return.
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.
Opponents of the Iron Gates development at Evans Head are demanding that the controversial proposal be re-advertised.
Richmond Valley Council has asked for more information in relation to a development application for the controversial Iron Gates site at Evans Head.
Approval of any development at the Iron Gates site at Evans Head would condone the clearing of native vegetation without permission, according to environmental campaigner Al Oshlack.
In a move described as 'bravado', an Evans Head real estate agent has begun taking $1,000 down-payments on residential blocks in the proposed $11.5 million Iron Gates development.
A long-time opponent of development at the Iron Gates site at Evans Head has vowed to challenge a new proposal to develop 178 residential lots on the land.
Evans Head ratepayer activist Dr Richard Gates says Richmond Valley residents could subsidise a proposed Iron Gates development by more than $4 million in reduced sewerage fees.
The Richmond Valley Council will today consider a report on the controversial Iron Gates development site at Evans Head, which was recently subject to clearing which is still under investigation.
Dr Richard Gates, Evans Head.The general manager of Richmond Valley Council’s statements about the Iron Gates matter raise some interesting questions. For example, is Richmond Valley Council that ‘other player about to come into the market’ to develop the Iron Gates, and how does the General Manager know about a potential ‘other player’?
Richmond Valley Council GM John Walker believes the redevelopment of the abandoned Iron Gates subdivision could be the way forward for Evans Head, even though a court halted the project almost 15 years ago.
A bulldozer has been spotted clearing native vegetation at the controversial Iron Gates development site at Evans Head. Aerial photographs taken by a concerned resident show large parcels of land have been cleared in recent weeks.