Proposed Declaration of Amery Lane as a Public Road

This consultation has concluded.

The City of Burnside seeks your input into the declaration of Amery Lane, Beulah Park as a Public Road.

The properties between Dimboola Street and Union Street were created in 1878 through the plan of subdivision Deposited Plan 724 (DP724). This created a Right of Way now known as Amery Lane and a Street now known as Dimboola Street.

Although Council has treated these as public roads, it was brought to Council’s attention that the ownership of the street and right of way (now designated as Lot 40 and Lot 41, DP724) was in fact the heirs and successors of the original owners.

In 2011 Council resolved to declare Dimboola Street to be a public road. On 23 July 2013 meeting, Council resolved to begin the process to declare Amery Lane as a public road (resolution number C9300).

You can provide feedback by 5 pm Monday 28 October 2013.


The City of Burnside seeks your input into the declaration of Amery Lane, Beulah Park as a Public Road.

The properties between Dimboola Street and Union Street were created in 1878 through the plan of subdivision Deposited Plan 724 (DP724). This created a Right of Way now known as Amery Lane and a Street now known as Dimboola Street.

Although Council has treated these as public roads, it was brought to Council’s attention that the ownership of the street and right of way (now designated as Lot 40 and Lot 41, DP724) was in fact the heirs and successors of the original owners.

In 2011 Council resolved to declare Dimboola Street to be a public road. On 23 July 2013 meeting, Council resolved to begin the process to declare Amery Lane as a public road (resolution number C9300).

You can provide feedback by 5 pm Monday 28 October 2013.


This consultation has concluded.
  • Update

    over 1 year ago

    The Proposed Declaration of Amery Lane as a Public Road engagement closed on 28 October 2013.

    In accordance with Council Resolution (C9300) and Section 210 of the Local Government Act 1999, the Administration commenced a consultation process by engaging with any descendants of original owners of the land, local residents and the wider community regarding the proposal.

    The majority of the respondents to the consultation process were in support of the proposal including a response from Ms Ruth Lang, a great granddaughter of one of the original owners, abandoning any interest in subject land.

    Noting that the wider community... Continue reading

    The Proposed Declaration of Amery Lane as a Public Road engagement closed on 28 October 2013.

    In accordance with Council Resolution (C9300) and Section 210 of the Local Government Act 1999, the Administration commenced a consultation process by engaging with any descendants of original owners of the land, local residents and the wider community regarding the proposal.

    The majority of the respondents to the consultation process were in support of the proposal including a response from Ms Ruth Lang, a great granddaughter of one of the original owners, abandoning any interest in subject land.

    Noting that the wider community were generally in support of the proposal, and that there were no objections from people who provided an address or established a legal interest in the subject land, Council resolved at its meeting on 25 February 2014 (C9607) to declare Allotment 41 of DP 724 a public road and name the road “Amery Lane.”

    Subsequently, a notice was published in the Government Gazette on 7 August 2014 finalising the declaration process.

  • Your Feedback

    about 4 years ago

    You can provide feedback by 5 pm Monday 28 October 2013 through several methods

    To ensure your response is included in our results please provide your name and address.

     

    You can provide feedback by 5 pm Monday 28 October 2013 through several methods

    To ensure your response is included in our results please provide your name and address.

     

  • Email us

    about 4 years ago

    For more information, contact Louise Gardner at lgardner@burnside.sa.gov.au or 8366 4191. Or use the Email Us tab above.

    For more information, contact Louise Gardner at lgardner@burnside.sa.gov.au or 8366 4191. Or use the Email Us tab above.