Darebin Appropriate Development Association Charter (December 2017) Since 2005 Darebin Appropriate Development Association DADA, is a group of residents of Darebin concerned with inappropriate development. DADA provides assistance to residents who might feel unheard and … Read More.. about About DADA
Do you see breaches of Covid19 public health restrictions on construction sites in your neighbourhood?
Below are the stage 4 rules for small scale residential construction sites.
If you see the rules being broken you can call the police on the numbers below.
Cut from her facebook post but not edited Susanne Newton’s claims below about delivering for our community on Preston Market are totally disingenuous. It was within her power to vote for amendments, to the last council resolution, to protect Preston Market from being demolished, moved and rebuilt elsewhere on the site. Instead she stood in the chamber and spoke and then voted against suggested amendments in favour of ‘keeping options open’.
DADA is in no doubt this includes the option, preferred by the developer, to demolish, move and rebuild the market on the corner of the site with apartments above it. (see previous posts on this) https://www.darebinada.org/campaigns/preston-market-update-18th-of-may-2020
If you love Preston Market and want it to stay where it is then you should not vote for this person.
Darebin Council has gone from a three wards to a nine wards for the 2020 election. The map below may help you figure which ward you live in. Postal voting begins on the 6th of October 2020. The election date and end of voting is October 24th. Happy voting!
We hope they are more genuine in this promise than the current crop councilors who made the same promise at the last election but have failed to commit to saving the market in situ.
Show us how much you love Preston Market by chalking up the neighbourhood and posting it on the socials for Councilors and candidates to see.
We want to congratulate Preston Market on it’s 50th Anniversary. We hope with all our hearts for another 50 years of successful trading, central to our diverse community.