Save Spring Gully group receives position statement from four Heathcote candidates

Land concerns: Bundeena residents outside Sutherland Shire Council chambers this week are happy the council has recommended the former night soil depot and adjacent land be transferred to the Royal National Park.
Land concerns: Bundeena residents outside Sutherland Shire Council chambers this week are happy the council has recommended the former night soil depot and adjacent land be transferred to the Royal National Park.

A Bundeena residents group fighting to have former Scout land included in Royal National Park has gathered position statements from four candidates for the seat of Heathcote.

Save Spring Gully has published the statements from Lee Evans (Liberal), Maryanne Stuart (Labor), Natasha Watson (Greens) and Greg Petty (Independent) on its website.

The candidates were asked to answer three questions in relation to the controversy which arose after an application was made to develop an eco-tourism resort on the former Scout land in Spring Gully.

See more at springgully.org/

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