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Gunnedah shire landholders continue to face uphill battle fighting for back zoning of privately owned agricultural land | Namoi Valley Independent

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GUNNEDAH landholders continue to face an uphill battle fighting for better protection of their farmland that is under threat due to environmental land zoning restrictions. Rangari farmer Carol Ward, just one of a very long list of farmers within the Gunnedah shire who have been directly affected by the zoning rules, is fighting for extensive back zoning of privately owned agricultural land. Currently, the property she owns with her husband Greg is zoned E3 Environmental Management, which is restricting their ability to develop and manage the property. It’s been a long road for farmers, but Gunnedah Shire Council has joined them in the battle,…



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