$150m housing plan for historic winery a step closer

Councillors ended up divided on whether the Enhancement Prepare Amendment to transform the site’s zoning to let housing for the previous Accolade Wines and Distribution Centre need to shift ahead, following intense negotiations and community consultation.

Councillors pointed to the actuality that citizens have protested from developer Tarac’s proposal to develop new properties, an work zone and a community hub on the historic web site on the corner of Reynell and Panalatinga roads.

Pioneer settler John Reynell began a vineyard on the land soon after arriving in South Australia

from Devon in 1838.

His vines produced South Australia’s very first industrial wine in 1842.

Councillor Martin Bray stated the web site was “the starting of the Metropolis of Onkaparinga” and that this program did not arrive “anywhere near” what the community wanted for it.

Councillor Alayna de Graaf stated it experienced the possible to be Aged Reynella’s “Carrick Hill” if … Read More