Proposed Road Closing Oakbank and Mount Torrens

Proposed Road Closing
A)
Portion of BALDOCKS ROAD, OAKBANK
B) 
Portion of SINKINSON ROAD, MOUNT TORRENS

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 10 of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, that ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL proposes to make a Road Process Order to close and then merge a portion of road into the adjoining property, at:

A) 201 Schillabeer Road, being Allotment 301 in Deposited Plan 90812, Certificate of Title 6113/46. The portion of road is more particularly delineated and marked 'A' on Preliminary Plan No. 15/0041 and adjoins Allotment 301 in Deposited Plan 90812, Section 225 in Hundred Plan 105600 and Piece Allotment 18 in Deposited Plan 28484; and

B) 20 Sinkinson Road, Mount Torrens, being Allotment 53 in Filed Plan 155968, Certificate of Title 5779/569. The portion of road is more particularly delineated and marked 'A' on Preliminary Plan No. 15/0040.

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A copy of each Preliminary Plan and a statement of persons affected are available for public inspection during normal office hours at Council's offices at 63 Mount Barker Road, Stirling, and 28 Onkaparinga Valley Road, Woodside, as well as at the Adelaide office of the Surveyor-General at 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide.

Any person is entitled to object to the proposed road process via a written submission. An objection must state whether the objector wishes to make a deputation to the Council in relation to the proposed road process. The Council will give notification of a meeting at which the matter will be considered so the person making the deputation or a representative may attend, is so desired.

Any person affected by the proposed closure is entitled to apply for an easement to be granted in that person's favour over the land subject to the proposed closure.  The Council will give notification of a meeting at which the matter will be considered, so that the person making the objection or a representative may attend, if so desired.

An objection or application for an easement must set out the full name and address of the person making the objection or application and must be fully supported by reasons. 

Any application for an easement must give full particulars of the nature and location of the easement and where made by a person as the owner of adjoining or nearby land, specify the land to which the easement is to be annexed.

The objection or application for an easement must be made in writing to the Council at PO Box 44, Woodside, SA, 5244, by 5.00pm on Friday 4 March 2016 and a copy  must also be forwarded to the Surveyor-General at GPO Box 1354, Adelaide 5001.

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