Revocation of land - Tatachilla Road McLaren Vale

Consultation has concluded

LATEST UPDATE

We recently undertook consultation about the commencement of a revocation process for land at Tatachilla Road, McLaren Vale.

This matter was considered at the Council meeting on 19 February 2019, where Council resolved to discontinue the process to revoke the subject land from its community land classification.

Please click here to view the minutes from the meeting.

BACKGROUND

We sought feedback from our communities on the potential revocation and sale of land located at 145 Tatachilla Road, McLaren Vale.

As part of council's Open Space Strategic Management Plan, we have identified potential land that may not be required for community or open space requirements.

The subject land was initially identified through a thorough analysis of council’s land parcels across the city. Parcels such as this one that are not being used for community or open space purposes, were identified for revocation and sale to ultimately deliver a network of high quality open spaces that meet the future needs of the community.

Please note that only the area bordered in red is proposed for revocation and sale (see photo). The area bordered in yellow is to remain as community reserve land.

Further information can be found in our document library.

Submissions closed on 21 December 2018.


LATEST UPDATE

We recently undertook consultation about the commencement of a revocation process for land at Tatachilla Road, McLaren Vale.

This matter was considered at the Council meeting on 19 February 2019, where Council resolved to discontinue the process to revoke the subject land from its community land classification.

Please click here to view the minutes from the meeting.

BACKGROUND

We sought feedback from our communities on the potential revocation and sale of land located at 145 Tatachilla Road, McLaren Vale.

As part of council's Open Space Strategic Management Plan, we have identified potential land that may not be required for community or open space requirements.

The subject land was initially identified through a thorough analysis of council’s land parcels across the city. Parcels such as this one that are not being used for community or open space purposes, were identified for revocation and sale to ultimately deliver a network of high quality open spaces that meet the future needs of the community.

Please note that only the area bordered in red is proposed for revocation and sale (see photo). The area bordered in yellow is to remain as community reserve land.

Further information can be found in our document library.

Submissions closed on 21 December 2018.


Revocation of community land submission form

Consultation has concluded