SA's Upper House rejects Rau's planning proposals

By Jacinta Rose
January 2 2016 - 6:30am
TOO FAST: Family First MLC Robert Brokenshire said he needed time to consult with PPSA, local government and industry groups before lending his support to proposed planning changes.
TOO FAST: Family First MLC Robert Brokenshire said he needed time to consult with PPSA, local government and industry groups before lending his support to proposed planning changes.

THE state government will have to be patient if it wants its proposed planning law changes to pass parliament after the Upper House rejected the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Bill in the final sitting week of 2015.

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