03 April → 04 May 2018

Public Exhibition of draft Rural Land Use Strategy

Public exhibition will occur from Tuesday 3 April to Friday 4 May 2018.
25 July 2016

Heywood -10am to 12noon – Council Offices (Edgar St)

The next stage in the Rural Land Use Strategy was for local residents to provide their views to assist in further identifying areas suitable for rural development.“This strategy will assist council in pinpointing an area suitable for a particular rural development,” she said.“It is looking at agricultural value and how to protect, and grow, this important sector for generations to come.“If you are interested in the protection of agricultural land and want to see continued growth in the sector, join one of the sessions and get involved in this important conversation.”If you are interested in attending any of the sessions, please RSVP via return email to lregent@glenelg.vic.gov.au.
25 July 2016

Cape Bridgewater - 2pm to 4pm – Surf Life Saving Club (Bridgewater Rd)

The next stage in the Rural Land Use Strategy was for local residents to provide their views to assist in further identifying areas suitable for rural development.“This strategy will assist council in pinpointing an area suitable for a particular rural development,” she said.“It is looking at agricultural value and how to protect, and grow, this important sector for generations to come.“If you are interested in the protection of agricultural land and want to see continued growth in the sector, join one of the sessions and get involved in this important conversation.”If you are interested in attending any of the sessions, please RSVP via return email to lregent@glenelg.vic.gov.au.
25 July 2016

Portland - 6pm to 8pm - Civic Hall (supper room) (Bentinck St) – light supper provided.

The next stage in the Rural Land Use Strategy was for local residents to provide their views to assist in further identifying areas suitable for rural development.“This strategy will assist council in pinpointing an area suitable for a particular rural development,” she said.“It is looking at agricultural value and how to protect, and grow, this important sector for generations to come.“If you are interested in the protection of agricultural land and want to see continued growth in the sector, join one of the sessions and get involved in this important conversation.”If you are interested in attending any of the sessions, please RSVP via return email to lregent@glenelg.vic.gov.au.
26 July 2016

Nelson 10am to 12noon - Community Hall (Leake St)

The next stage in the Rural Land Use Strategy was for local residents to provide their views to assist in further identifying areas suitable for rural development.“This strategy will assist council in pinpointing an area suitable for a particular rural development,” she said.“It is looking at agricultural value and how to protect, and grow, this important sector for generations to come.“If you are interested in the protection of agricultural land and want to see continued growth in the sector, join one of the sessions and get involved in this important conversation.”If you are interested in attending any of the sessions, please RSVP via return email to lregent@glenelg.vic.gov.au.
26 July 2016

Dartmoor 2pm to 4pm - Dartmoor Golf Club (Wapling Ave)

The next stage in the Rural Land Use Strategy was for local residents to provide their views to assist in further identifying areas suitable for rural development.“This strategy will assist council in pinpointing an area suitable for a particular rural development,” she said.“It is looking at agricultural value and how to protect, and grow, this important sector for generations to come.“If you are interested in the protection of agricultural land and want to see continued growth in the sector, join one of the sessions and get involved in this important conversation.”If you are interested in attending any of the sessions, please RSVP via return email to lregent@glenelg.vic.gov.au.
26 July 2016

Casterton 6pm to 8pm Council Offices (Henty St) - light supper provided.

The next stage in the Rural Land Use Strategy was for local residents to provide their views to assist in further identifying areas suitable for rural development.“This strategy will assist council in pinpointing an area suitable for a particular rural development,” she said.“It is looking at agricultural value and how to protect, and grow, this important sector for generations to come.“If you are interested in the protection of agricultural land and want to see continued growth in the sector, join one of the sessions and get involved in this important conversation.”If you are interested in attending any of the sessions, please RSVP via return email to lregent@glenelg.vic.gov.au.