A number of key locations across the City of Busselton have been identified as having potential for seasonal commercial operations.
The next stage of theQueen Street upgrade is set to commence this month with work concentrating on the section of road between Albert andAdelaide Street.
Funded by the City of Busselton, this upgrade will involve major landscaping and drainage work. New water-wise rain gardens will also be constructed at the intersection of Kent andQueen Streetsignificantly improving the visual am
The City of Busselton was pleased with the response to the call for expressions of interest to develop short stay/hotel accommodation on the Busselton Foreshore.
More than 40 companies down-loaded information from the City’s website on the commercial opportunity during the three month EoI period which closed at the end of August.
On Tuesday August 28 the Busselton Magistrates Court fined a Busselton woman in relation to an incident where a dog under her control, attacked and killed another dog in June this year.
Katherine Elizabeth Colreavy pleaded guilty to the offence under the Dog Act.
Holiday homes operating across the region will be regulated by the City of Busselton before the end of the current year.
Holidayhomes are an important part of the City’s tourism industry; however, there are many instances where their operation has had a negative impact on permanent residents.