Wednesday, December 07, 2005  

Fight to stop Coles in Stirling South Australia

Courier 7 December 2005

A decision to approve the Coles supermarket complex proposed
for Stirling is expected to be made tonight, (Wednesday).
This follows a meeting last week, when more than 300 people
packed into the Stirling RSL Hall and overflowed into the car park.
After hearing submissions from about 15 members of the public,
the Adelaide Hills Council’s Development Assessment Panel (DAP)
adjourned the meeting.
The supermarket and three specialty shops with a total area of
2950sqm has been recommended for approval by the council’s
planning staff.
But there has been strong opposition from the community,
including a 5000-signature petition, a public meeting and a march
through Stirling.
The Stirling Residents’ Association addressed the DAP on behalf of
144 people.

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