Paradise Park ‘n’ Ride gets development approval with more car parks
The Marshall Government has granted development approval for the Paradise Interchange Park ‘n’ Ride which will include a total of 818 car parks, including nine Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA) compliant car parks.
Four new free drop-off locations for unwanted household chemicals
Four new and conveniently located metropolitan Community Chemical and Paint Drop-off Centres are now open for the public to dispose of unwanted household chemicals and paints free of charge.
Good news about changes to developments allowed in Campbelltown
I have good news about the type of developments that will be allowed in the Campbelltown area, from now on. To date this has been one of the most contentious issues in the community and the electorate has been incredibly vocal in seeking a change to the current Development Plan. I made a commitment to the people of Hartley, at the last election, to advocate for improved development guidelines for the area. It was clear that the balance on development under the previous Government was not quite right.
Upgrading Newton Road and Graves Street Intersection
We are one step closer to seeing another commitment I made to the people of Hartley at the last State Election come to fruition. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) are improving the safety of motorists and pedestrians with the installation of traffic lights at the intersection of Newton Road and Graves Street.
NMHS Space Industry Work-Experience Program
I recently had the pleasure to visit Norwood Morialta High School with the Premier and the Minister for Education to announce the new Space Industry Work-Experience Program. This initiative will give South Australian secondary school students direct access to the state’s burgeoning space sector, with a new pilot work experience program.
Hartley Seniors Forum
On 28 March 2019 we held another community forum on the topic of ‘Remaining active in your senior years’. There was a terrific turnout to hear Associate Professor Gaynor Parfitt, an Associate Professor in Exercise and Sport Psychology from the University of South Australia, speak on the topic of remaining active in our senior years.