The City of Busselton wishes to make the following observations regarding the issue of McDonald’s developing a restaurant at Dunsborough:
- The Councillors of the City of Busselton first became aware of interest from McDonald’s in estab
Thanks to a Road Wise grant the City of Busselton has purchased a road safety trailer which will be deployed in various locations across the municipality to help deter speeding and unsafe driving.
Valued at $20K, the specially designed trailer has a large LCD screen that can be programmed to display various safety and driver information messages.
A ruling on the part of the WA Planning Commission (WAPC) has halted plans for a pedestrian friendly shopping precinct to be developed on a vacant parcel of land on West Street, central Busselton.
The City of Busselton, along with development proponent Erceg Management, has been advised that the application to amend Town Planning Scheme Number 20 has not been approved.
Construction of the new geothermal heating system at the Geographe Leisure Centre is set to commence.
The first stage of construction involves the installation of a pipeline from the Busselton Water site to the GLC.
An event at the City of Busselton Waste Transfer Station has highlighted the need for people to take the removal and disposal of asbestos far more seriously.
A vehicle recently disposing domestic green waste was also believed to have off-loaded asbestos material. The material was concealed in tied plastic bags and dumped into the green waste area along with garden refuse.