April 5, 2001
Mr. Szlezak referred to the Association's long history, at least extending back to 1904, and reported on the more recent activities and achievements. Notable among these were meetings of residents with Councillors and Staff of Byron Shire Council leading to the preparation of
"Pilot Rural Locality Study East Tyagarah, Participating Residents' Concept Plan"
as a basis for future planning in the East Tyagarah area.
It was noted that due largely to changes in the Planning Staff at the Council this study was never submitted to Council for adoption. Whilst being accepted as a general guide for planning it may require upgrading to a 'Local Area Management Plan' so as to form the basis for the preparation of an LEP (Local Environment Plan) for the Tyagarah area.
Posted at April 5, 2001 12:00 AM
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