Warrnambool Planning and Heritage Group says further community consultation needed on horses on beaches

Rachael Houlihan
Updated January 4 2019 - 6:10am, first published 1:30am

The Warrnambool Planning and Heritage Group says the council’s decision to amend its planning scheme to allow horse training at Levys and Spookys beaches sets “a dangerous and shocking precedent”.  

Rachael Houlihan

Deputy editor at The Standard. Former Warrnambool City Council and general news reporter. Send me news tips: rhoulihan@warrnamboolstandard.com.au

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