The Environment, Resources and Development courts made headlines this week by allowing the South Australian Jockey Club, or the SAJC, to add a $6 million dollar addition to the redevelopment of the former Cheltenham Park Racecourse.
The has put the SAJC back in the driver’s seat in the construction of a new community and sporting hub to be built as part of the part of the proposed 1200-home housing development at St Clair.
This has angered many locals and the Cheltenham Park Residents Association vows to keep fighting this decision.
Bill Walter spoke to Nancy Fahey, a spokesperson for the Cheltenham Park Residents association about what has happened and how they plan to continue their fight against the SAJC.[audio https://radioadelaidebreakfast.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/nancy-fahey.mp3]