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State knocks back Ballina council suggestion for development consideration on State Signficant Farmland
The state’s planning authority has reportedly knocked back an initial application for State Significant Farmland in the Ballina Shire to be included on a list of potential development sites.
A rescission motion was lodged to overturn the Ballina Council decision to develop State Significant Farmland between Alstonville and Wollongbar that would essentially turn the two rural towns into one.
Free parking and protected farmland ‘concerns’ as government trumpets height of new Tweed Valley Hospital
The NSW State government is trumpeting the height of the controversial new Tweed Valey Hospital but the community remains concerned over promises of free...
Locals say there are greenfield sites that are zoned for and could accommodate the $250m 'Cudgen Connection' proposal and that Cudgen's State Significant Farmland is not the right location.
At last night's Tweed Council meeting there was a late, urgent Mayoral Minute seeking the Planning Minister's support in relation to the controversial $250m...
The developers of the $250m proposed development on State Significant Farmland (SSF) next to the new Tweed Valley Hospital, called Cudgen Connection, presented their case for developing the site to Tweed Shire councillors yesterday afternoon.
Controversial $250m health precinct proposal on State Significant Farmland in Tweed faces significant community opposition as the developer presents its case to council today.
Concerns over the new Kingscliff Ambulance station being placed on State Significant Farmland were raised following the announcement of funding for the new ambulance station by Health Minister Brad Hazzard earlier this month.
The announcement of the new ambulance station for Kingscliff was welcomed by locals, however, it comes with the reminder that the state government committed to no further development on State Significant Farmland.
Byron Shire has lost another of its colourful characters, the irrepressible Richard Moloney, who died suddenly but peacefully in his home at the end of January.
Attempts by flood-affected homeowners to retrofit their homes with flood-resilient materials are being cruelled by insurance companies and builders, a local resident says.