Comic’s brother in local planning fight
Rowsthorn, said to be worth $325m according to Forbes’ Rich List, is seeking to create a luxury 28-lot housing subdivision overlooking Port Fairy’s East Beach.
But the Department of Sustainability and Environment said the dunes were too unstable to support a residential development.
15 members of the public objected to the plans,
as did the Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authority and the Western Coastal Board.
A Spokesperson for Moyne Shire Council said, “It is very unlikely a decision will be made before the end of the year.”
Source: The Standard