DEVELOPERS are still confident 150 permanent jobs will be created when their world-class golf facility is built between Beachport and Robe.
Adelaide developers and the property’s landowners Justin and Damian Scanlon have again outlined their hopes in a 245-page public document released this week.
The brothers announced their plans in 2014 and have since completed the Development Assessment Commission (DAC) requirement for a public environmental report on the Nora Creina golf course and resort.
The document was released for public comment in 2016 and attracted 31 submissions from government agencies, interest groups and individuals.
As part of the planning approval process, the Scanlons were obliged to prepare a formal response to the submissions, which was released this week.
The Scanlons said