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Local action group Puma2go are calling upon landowner DCSC to rethink its plans Photo: Timothy M Campbell.

Dunsborough Puma planning stoush persists

The two-year saga over a proposed 24-hour Puma fuel station in Dunsborough has taken a new turn, with the Southern Joint Development Assessment Panel lodging an appeal in the Supreme Court against the State Administrative Tribunal’s ruling in favour of the development. 

A spokesperson from the SJDAP has confirmed today that it had lodged an appeal against the SAT’s decision last month to approve the Puma Energy Australia application, and that the matter was now with the Supreme Court.

Puma was given the green light in August when the SAT released its decision to approve the station, on the basis that it was rightly classified as a convenience store within the City of Busselton’s local planning scheme.

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Dunsborough
Control is an illusion Puma will be built. Due process is taking place. Good luck with it.

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