Council questions Barossa protection

Council questions Barossa protection

Many of us love to soak in the big bodied character of the Barossa region, now moves are being made to ensure the major food and wine producing area retains its celebrated personality. New legislation was recently introduced to the South Australian House of Assembly to protect the Barossa Valley’s landscapes, heritage and scenery through restricting urban sprawl and industrial developments. However with the bill unlikely to move through parliament until early next year, the State Government has put in place an interim Development Plan Amendment (DPA) as short-term protection for the Barossa, reports ABC News.

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