Burra Township master Plan
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Burra Township master Plan

We would like to hear from our community
Council is interested in community views on the growth and development of Burra Township.

Council is preparing the Burra Township Master Plan to provide an outline for appropriate growth and development of Burra Township. The plan, developed with and for the community, will set the direction for the next 20 years to address growth pressures, whilst maintaining the important character and amenity of Burra.

Growth of Burra Township associated with the proposed nomination (and subsequent identification) as a World Heritage site, will create challenges and opportunities.

Planning for the growth of Burra Township whilst continuing to be an appealing, attractive and affordable place to live, requires a long term strategy. The strategy needs to address to general growth, and the growth anticipated with a successful World Heritage bid.

We would like to hear from the community about the growth and development of Burra Township. Council has identified some land use and development opportunities for discussion with the community, as shown on the attached Development Options Plan.

Come along to the listening post in Market Square on Tuesday 18th June (10am – 12noon and 2pm - 4pm) and discuss this with Council staff and planning consultants MasterPlan.

Attend the drop in session on Tuesday 18 June, 5.30pm - 7pm at the Council Office.

Attend the drop in session at the BBH Home Game on Saturday 22 June 9.30am - 11.30am

Complete the online survey Now!

or  download a PDF copy of the survey and email the survey to council@goyder.sa.gov.au, print and post to Regional Council of Goyder , 1 Market Square, Burra SA 54417 or drop off to the Listening Post on Tuesday 18th June (10am – 12noon and 2pm - 4pm).

Consultation closes 30th June 2024.

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AGL Hallett Wind Farm Community Fund

The Hallett Wind Farm Community Fund intends to provide funding to broad based community initiatives within the Regional Council of Goyder.

In 2023, AGL set aside an amount of $30,000 (excluding GST) for communities and/or community groups within the area serviced by the Regional Council of Goyder to support local community initiatives and/or activities. The AGL Hallett Wind Farm Community Fund forms part of our long-standing contribution to the region, totalling almost $1,000,000 since the establishment of the first wind farm over ten years ago.

The Fund is available to support a range of community needs including; health and social welfare, safety, environment, education and youth, sport and recreation, culture, arts and economic development. Please refer to the guidelines for more information about the fund.

The next round of funding will be available mid 2024, please check back soon!

For further information please contact Barb Button (Community Development Manager) at the Burra Council office on 8892 0100 or email council@goyder.sa.gov.au.

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