The Mount Wellington Cableway Company is pressing ahead with a tourism development on Hobart’s mountain that it says is “needed badly” by the state, despite another set-back over its efforts to address Aboriginal heritage concerns.
- The Mount Wellington Cableway Company took Hobart’s council to the Planning Appeals Tribunal over a request for more Aboriginal heritage information
- The Tribunal ruled in favour of the council, that there should be a full Aboriginal heritage assessment
- Opponents of the development have welcomed the decision, but described it as “bittersweet”
The company took the Hobart City Council to the Resource, Planning and Appeals Tribunal (RMPAT) last year, after the council asked for more information on…