YANDINA MATTERS — YADCA TELLS COUNCIL
Yandina & District Community Association President, Nigel Anns

YANDINA MATTERS — YADCA TELLS COUNCIL

YADCA is urging Council to reject the proposed service station in Yandina because the applicant has not effectively addressed heritage objections and safety concerns raised by the whole community. In…

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SARA Failure
State Assessment Referral Agency fails to investigate traffic safety issues

SARA Failure

YADCA is questioning a government decision to allow a driveway on Farrell Street for the proposed service station. In a letter to SARA (State Assessment and Referral Agency), YADCA Vice…

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Rob Skelton says STOP THE SERVO
Robert Skelton MP

Rob Skelton says STOP THE SERVO

Local Member, Robert Skelton, is “backing residents all the way" in the fight against a service station proposed for the heart of Yandina. The Member for Nicklin expressed his support…

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Traffic Impact Assessment Must Be Honest
Marie standing where the service station entry/exit is planned.

Traffic Impact Assessment Must Be Honest

YADCA is calling for an independent Traffic Impact Assessment of the proposed service station development in Yandina, claiming that the developer is downplaying traffic volume around the site. YADCA Vice…

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‘PRETTY’ SERVO PRETTY IMPOSSIBLE
Proposed service station for Yandina heritage precinct

‘PRETTY’ SERVO PRETTY IMPOSSIBLE

YADCA has repudiated the suggestion that a new fuel station, planned for the heart of Yandina, can be designed to blend in with surrounding historic buildings. YADCA President Nigel Anns…

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YOU SAY ‘STOP THE SERVO!’

Community opposition to the proposed fuel station in the centre of town is running high, with just under 200 submissions vehemently opposed to the plan. The objections to the development…

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