The Coorow shire had a meeting on the 19th of April.
They were discussing whether to change the vesting of the land situated at 30 Nairn Street Leeman to include “Community Garden’
They decided against this as it would only mean that a community garden could use the land. So instead the wonderful shire decided to change the vesting to include Community Purposes.
Now what an awesome outcome!
So what does this mean in plain English?
What this means is that if any other community organisation would like to utilise a parcel of the land they will not have to apply to the Department of Lands and then to the shire to change the vesting again, for them to be able to also use some of the land as the vesting (or in other words Zoning) has now been changed to include Community Purposes and not just “Community Garden.”
They would only have to apply to the shire to lease the land!
What a wonderful decision that was made by council.
A lot of time saved in the long run.
This was the decision from that meeting.
That Department of Lands be advised that the Shire of Coorow does not support the creation of a new lot and reserve for “community garden”, but requests that the vesting order for Reserve 31365 (held by the Shire of Coorow) be changed to “Recreational Centre, Club Premises Site and Community Purposes” as this would facilitate the future development of a community garden somewhere in the reserve