Inghams objects to planned house

Mick and Judy Garbin have been pleading council since 2005 to allow them to build a new house on their land and bulldoze the old one, both houses are in the Inghams buffer zone.
Mick and Judy Garbin have been pleading council since 2005 to allow them to build a new house on their land and bulldoze the old one, both houses are in the Inghams buffer zone.

A POULTRY farm has objected to a proposed structure plan amendment that could allow a Sinagra resident to build a house within its outer buffer zone.

Inghams Enterprises, which has a poultry operation in Wanneroo, submitted the only objection to the City of Wanneroo’s proposed amendment earlier this year.

The City has prepared the amendment on behalf of the owners of 30 Capri Leone Way, who want to build a house on their property.

In its submission, Inghams said erosion of the buffer zone would increase political pressure for the company to relocate.

‘A poultry operation has been present on the site since the 1960s,’ it said.

‘It is completely unreasonable for the City to try and force our operation from the site by allowing residential development to increase in the vicinity.’

The council will consider adopting the amendment at its July 22 meeting.