The Longyard golf course owner will appeal council’s decision to refuse a residential development on and around the course in the Land and Environment Court.
The facility’s owner John O’Rourke spoke at this week’s council meeting where he accused Tamworth Regional Council of not following “due process” or adhering to “legislative requirements”.
The golf course owner said the motion directly affected his business, but he wasn’t notified of the proposal.
“The subsequent attempt to alter the LEP as proposed today further attempts to bypass the state planning laws,” he said.
“[It] contravenes a number of laws of local government as detailed to council’s GM by my legal representation today.
“This matter follows on from council’s refusal of consent of [the Longyard development] which is currently proceeding to legal appeal in the Land and Environment Court.”
The councillors ultimately voted unanimously in favour of amending the LEP at Tuesday’s meeting.
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