Friday, May 14, 2021

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Proposed planning changes likely to hurt you

In the proposed changes, where are the clauses referring to amenity which the Development Consent Authority (DCA) must consider currently: Those things which can affect our lifestyle and the value of your property. How our streetscapes look, and how they support everyday community life and wellbeing, writes Nick Kirlew from the Planning Action Network Inc.

Lhere Artepe company says Mt Johns subdivision back on track, significant changes for supermarkets

The issue of land titles for the Mt Johns Valley residential subdivision (pictured) is now imminent and over the next two months there will be "significant changes to the financial management and overall operations" of the Eastside, Flynn Drive and Hearne Place supermarkets, according to Sally McMartin, business manager of Lhere Artepe Enterprises (LAE).
She says the company linked to Lhere Artepe Aboriginal Corporation has been reviewing its operations with a "strong focus on effective management" and ensuring that "finances are managed effectively."
LAE sacked its CEO Darryl Pearce last month.

Cars in Todd Mall again?

The northern section of Todd Mall (photo above) may be opened up for vehicle traffic again.

Alice Springs News Online understands
it is part of CBD revitalization proposals due to be made public by the
Town Council in about two weeks' time. Under consideration is the
entire mall and the part of Todd Street to KFC at the southern end, as
well as a town square on the site of the Hartley Street car park. EXCLUSIVE  by ERWIN CHLANDA. Photograph (below) shows
Todd Street from the north looking south in the 1960s. The
picture, supplied to us by Barry Allwright, comes from the Bill and
Daphne Vivian Collection, Central Australian Historical Images, Alice
Springs Public Library.

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