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the proposed shelter would be located.
“We are angry, upset and quite frankly extremely disheartened that this selfish and uncalled for action will not only waste ratepayer money with council defending their decision but also waste donated funds of Paws and Claws,” Mr Kerr posted on social media this week.
Mr Kerr yesterday said he had met with a solicitor about the appeal and would engage a barrister.
“We have 10 days to respond and we have instructed a barrister so we can move as fast as possible,” Mr Kerr said.
“We have seen so much support, people are horrified.”
The appeal includes five pages of objections such as the development was “contrary to good town planning principles,” that the shelter was inconsistent with the council’s intent for the Craiglie industrial area and did not support