Albury Council faces prospect of court action after again rejecting townhouse plan for David Street

Anthony Bunn
Updated October 4 2020 - 5:53pm, first published 12:30pm
Looking north: The vacant block earmarked for development adjoins the northern boundary of Adamshurst and is south of the Shell service station on the corner of David and Guinea streets. Picture: MARK JESSER
Looking north: The vacant block earmarked for development adjoins the northern boundary of Adamshurst and is south of the Shell service station on the corner of David and Guinea streets. Picture: MARK JESSER

A $1.3 million townhouse project on former Charles Sturt University land in central Albury is likely to be decided by a court after the city's council opted not to revisit the proposal.

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Anthony Bunn

Anthony Bunn

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