Tuesday, 26 September 2017
BEACH ACCESS... Black Point Progress Association committee members Kym Woolford and Dr John Gray believe part of lot 201, one of four allotments Yorke Peninsula Council hopes to revocate and sell, should instead become a reserve with facilities to encourage tourists. BEACH ACCESS... Black Point Progress Association committee members Kym Woolford and Dr John Gray believe part of lot 201, one of four allotments Yorke Peninsula Council hopes to revocate and sell, should instead become a reserve with facilities to encourage tourists.

Black Point land sale on hold

THE revocation of community land at Black Point, which Yorke Peninsula Council could then sell, is on hold.

Council has engaged Norman Waterhouse Lawyers to hold an independent review into the processes leading to council’s decision regarding the four allotments.

That report is expected to be considered at YPC’s August meeting.

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