We trust the appeal legal team have a strong enough case (as in the grounds for the appeal) to argue, the development does not comply with the planning scheme and no conditions can reduce the unacceptable impacts of helicopters operating from 2224 Tully Mission Beach Road, i.e. on the;
We trust the position will be to maintain the development should be refused.
Approval for ANY helicopter activities at this location would be the 'foot in the door' to future variations and expansion.
We must wait until Monday 14th February 2022 for the outcomes of the appeal parties' 'negotiations'.
This website is managed by Mission Beach Cassowaries inc to share information about the No Helicopters Here campaign against the approval of A HELICOPTER BASE on 2224 Tully Mission Beach Road.
Court appeal chronology
28th February 2022.
C4 entered into a compromise settlement with Mission Helicopters. The appeal did not proceed to a court hearing.
3rd December 2021
The appeal was reviewed. Judge Morzone ordered (above) the appellant (C4) to provide a list of matters they wish to be considered for inclusion in the proposed conditions attached to any approval of the development application.
3rd September 2021
Order (above) made by his Honour Judge Morzone QC.
Appeal review listed for 3 December 2021
6th August 2021
Court ordered MH to respond to C4 correspondence by August 15th.
Appeal review listed for 3rd September.
Grounds C4 filed to appeal the Heliport approval decision
Grounds on which Mission Helicopters, as co respondent , defended the appeal .