Managing higher density development in Clarence Park Ward commenced a few years back in the City of Unley .
Providing Leadership most often is not determining for others what is best for them. It is providing them with the chance to make that judgement themselves. Beyond that, it is ensuring they take the opportunity to represent themselves.
This is what I did, along with my co-councillor Jennie Boisvert, when DPA2 was out for public consultation.
On the development front, the new and current government is proceeding in the same direction as its predecessor. In so doing we will see the evolution in the next period of time of the SA Planning Library.
As the Government works on the SA Planning Library, Black Forest and Clarence Park will again come under the microscope. The Planning Library is all about having generic rules that apply across all of suburbia.
Unless we work together (you & I) at the appropriate time local nuances will potentially be ignored. By providing local leadership I will help fight for a sensible planning solution.
As in the past when first challenged with higher density, I will again work for you and work with you. And with the Government to seek the best solution that works for all.
Authorised & printed by Don Palmer. 19 Kelvin Avenue, Clarence Park.