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Carpark design released



Wattle Range CEO Peter Harriott released this statement today:-

Residents and visitors are invited to make comment on the design of the redeveloped carpark at the Beachport Boat Ramp.
The plans include areas for rigging and securing boats, 41 angle parking bays for vehicles and trailers with extra smaller spaces for cars.
Wattle Range Council CEO, Peter Harriott said “The redeveloped car park will provide safer access to the boat ramp.”
“The existing overflow car park in the grassed area on the jetty side will also be retained for use in peak times” Mr Harriott said.
The design is available for viewing at the Beachport Visitor Information Centre and Millicent Civic Centre, as well as on Council’s website at http://www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au.
Written submissions should be addressed to the CEO, Mr Peter Harriott and should be submitted before the close on business on Monday 16 March 2015.
Submissions can be:
Posted to PO Box 27, Millicent SA 5280;
left at:
‐ ‘Civic Centre’, George Street, Millicent
‐ Beachport Visitor Information Centre, Millicent Road, Beachport
‐ Penola Visitor Information Centre, 27 Arthur Street, Penola;
or emailed to council@wattlerange.sa.gov.au
A survey on Council’s website will also allow people to have their say on the design of the car park.
For further information please contact:
Peter Halton, Director Engineering Services
or email to council@wattlerange.sa.gov.au

2015-02-12 17.20.02Source: Wattle Range Council

2 thoughts on “Carpark design released

  1. 41 Hey!! I didn’t realize there was 41 professional fishermen using our fabulous boat ramp. Trev

  2. Why are council redesigning the car park now. I think council should fix the boat ramp first.
    The entrance sands up, the water in the ramp area fills with sea weed & makes the water very smelly.
    What a joke.