SCONE.COM.AU recently published an article The Case For Rezoning Industrial, in which we gave who we thought was the owner of two blocks in Phillip Street the opportunity to explain their plans for rezoning,
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BURTON’s, which spent $6 million developing Scone’s new industrial area and employment precinct, said they would seek compensation from the Upper Hunter Shire Council through the Land and Environment Court if rezoning of land in Phillip Street from residential to industrial is approved.
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IF you missed the A Current Affair story on Friday night about the proposed rezoning of Phillip Street,
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PLEASE note the story published below on July 31, 2019 was found to have inaccurate claims including that Hamish Le Poer Trench owned two blocks in Phillip Street which were the subject of a rezoning application.
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A Current Affair was in Scone today interviewing local icon Betty Shepherd who is fighting against a Council proposal to zone part of her street industrial.
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