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JLKT Pty Ltd

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UP IN THE AIR: JLKT developer ...

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UP IN THE AIR: JLKT developer Pat Cheetham (left) took Port Augusta city manager John Stephens and city councillors and staff out over the city to show them his $180 million residential proposal.

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UP IN THE AIR: JLKT developer Pat Cheetham (left) took Port Augusta city manager John Stephens and city councillors and staff out over the city to show them his $180 million residential proposal.
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Pat Cheetham of JLKT Pty Ltd took the members and staff out in two helicopters on Monday to explain to them his proposal for land adjacent the airport and show the progress of Whyalla's Ocean Eyre Estate.
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Mr Cheetham approached the Port Augusta City Council with his $180 million proposal for the land, which would create about 3600 homes and the possibilities of a school, childcare services, a retirement village and a commercial zone.
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Mr Cheetham was involved in the initial stages of the Ocean Eyre project, and was interested in a development in Port Augusta because he knew the region was growing.
"I know the region like the back of my hand," he said.
"I have watched the amount of growth in these sites (Whyalla and Stirling North).
"I think it's the best-placed town to capitalise on the mining boom."
Councillors Phil Greagan, Ken McLean, Renee Ellis, Fran Paynter, Chris Pycroft and governance and economic manager Lee Heron went on the flights with Mr Stephens, Mr Cheetham and JLKT representative Carmel Surace.


Pat Cheetham of JLKT ...

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Pat Cheetham of JLKT Pty Ltd took the members and staff out in two helicopters on Monday to explain to them his proposal for land adjacent the airport and show the progress of Whyalla's Ocean Eyre Estate.

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Mr Cheetham approached the Port Augusta City Council with his $180 million proposal for the land, which would create about 3600 homes and the possibilities of a school, childcare services, a retirement village and a commercial zone.
...
Mr Cheetham was involved in the initial stages of the Ocean Eyre project, and was interested in a development in Port Augusta because he knew the region was growing.
"I know the region like the back of my hand," he said.
"I have watched the amount of growth in these sites (Whyalla and Stirling North).
"I think it's the best-placed town to capitalise on the mining boom."
Councillors Phil Greagan, Ken McLean, Renee Ellis, Fran Paynter, Chris Pycroft and governance and economic manager Lee Heron went on the flights with Mr Stephens, Mr Cheetham and JLKT representative Carmel Surace.
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UP IN THE AIR: JLKT developer Pat Cheetham (left) took Port Augusta city manager John Stephens and city councillors and staff out over the city to show them his $180 million residential proposal.
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UP IN THE AIR: JLKT developer Pat Cheetham (left) took Port Augusta city manager John Stephens and city councillors and staff out over the city to show them his $180 million residential proposal.


13 May 09 | BHP Billiton’s ...

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13 May 09 | BHP Billiton’s planned haul road will not affect the proposed 3000-house development in Port Augusta, according to developer Pat Cheetham.


BHP Billiton’s planned haul road will ...

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BHP Billiton’s planned haul road will not affect the proposed 3000-house development in Port Augusta, according to developer Pat Cheetham.

Mr Cheetham said he spoke with BHP Billiton about the position of the haul road, which would join the proposed landing facility with the Stuart Highway.
According to the company’s environmental impact statement, the haul road would run directly through the proposed development site.
However, Mr Cheetham said BHP Billiton indicated they had surveyed an alternate suitable route.
Mr Cheetham said the new route would run on the boundary of the development on the airport side.
“If this would be the case, which they pointed out they were happy with, it wouldn’t affect our plans,†he said.
The situation of the haul road next to the development may even play a positive role.
According to Mr Cheetham, the proposed road’s a noise buffer could block the development from airport noise.


BHP Billiton’s planned haul road will ...

www.transcontinental.com.au [cached]

BHP Billiton’s planned haul road will not affect the proposed 3000-house development in Port Augusta, according to developer Pat Cheetham.

Mr Cheetham said he spoke with BHP Billiton about the position of the haul road, which would join the proposed landing facility with the Stuart Highway.
According to the company’s environmental impact statement, the haul road would run directly through the proposed development site.
However, Mr Cheetham said BHP Billiton indicated they had surveyed an alternate suitable route.
Mr Cheetham said the new route would run on the boundary of the development on the airport side.
“If this would be the case, which they pointed out they were happy with, it wouldn’t affect our plans,†he said.
The situation of the haul road next to the development may even play a positive role.
According to Mr Cheetham, the proposed road’s a noise buffer could block the development from airport noise.

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