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
Councilors Le Cerf and Rennie can be seen in the front of the vast crowd. If you are still with us vote to save Preston Market from demolition.
There is much independent evidence that Preston Market should not be demolished. Keep your election promise Councilor Amir.
Furthermore, DADA believes it is an abuse of power for a Councilor to suggest they may not vote in a particular way, due to criticism.
Councilor Messina broke an election promise to SAVE Preston Market. She has voted twice with the Greens councilors against a heritage listing and against a heritage overlay.
A scheduled meeting with the Darebin Mayor, Susan Rennie and council officers on planning for the 50th birthday celebrations for Preston Market was cancelled today because the Mayor was offended by a meme posted on this website and the Save Our Preston Market facebook page. It would be fantastic if council minuted records of voting […]
Save our Preston Market Only if a council officer says I can..
Darebin Council refuses to answer DADA questions Audio of Darebin Council Meeting 27th April 202
DADA has been working hard to get some further information on the process of applying a Heritage Overlay to protect Preston Market. Below is a screenshot from the Council website on transparent governance. At the Council meeting of 27th of April 2020 six questions were asked in relation to any further information Our questions were […]
On Advertising: 24th of April, 2020 This is the first, last and ONLY opportunity for the public to view the plans, discover details about the proposal, and submit feedback according to 57(1) of the Planning and Environment Act 1987. PDF File = DAREBIN_overdevelopments_on_advertising_2020_04_2
The following article appeared today. It reports that new studies commissioned by Darebin Council are being considered by Councilors before they have been released to the public. In the name of transparency DADA believes that the reports should be made public, in full, before council makes any further recommendations on the future of Preston Market. […]