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ADI is too valuable to develop for houses

Hughes, Malcolm3 March 2000
Media release by the Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment Management Trust reaffirming its view that the environmental value of the former ADI site should preclude urban development. The Trust continues to favour a Cumberland Plain Regional Park on the ADI site. Features further information on: Robert Hill - John Klem - Australian Heritage Commission - National Parks and Wildlife Service - Cumberland Plain Woodland - South Creek.
ADI is too valuable to develop for houses
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3 March 2000
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01 Jan 2000 - 31 Dec 2000
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Research Room - Local Files - ADI - St Marys - 140
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Item from Collection: Vertical Files (Vertical Files)
Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment Management Trust, press release, 3 March 2000
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