Method of Disposal Wilden's Way

Council has received an unsolicited proposal to purchase a portion of Wilden’s Way land, Long Island Road, Murray Bridge.

Council has declared the land surplus to requirements and has sought market valuations from two approved valuers.

Council is seeking community feedback on the proposed method of sale of land at Wilden’s Way, Long Island Road, Murray Bridge.

You can provide feedback on the proposed method of disposal through the short survey below. For further information on this process please refer to Council’s Asset Sale and Disposal Policy.

Public Consultation runs from Thursday 7 November until 3 pm Thursday 5 December

Written feedback can also be addressed to:

The Rural City of Murray Bridge

PO Box 421

Murray Bridge SA 5253

For more information please contact:

Heather Barclay

General Manager Asset and Infrastructure

08 8539 1447 or

h.barclay@murraybridge.sa.gov.au

Council has received an unsolicited proposal to purchase a portion of Wilden’s Way land, Long Island Road, Murray Bridge.

Council has declared the land surplus to requirements and has sought market valuations from two approved valuers.

Council is seeking community feedback on the proposed method of sale of land at Wilden’s Way, Long Island Road, Murray Bridge.

You can provide feedback on the proposed method of disposal through the short survey below. For further information on this process please refer to Council’s Asset Sale and Disposal Policy.

Public Consultation runs from Thursday 7 November until 3 pm Thursday 5 December

Written feedback can also be addressed to:

The Rural City of Murray Bridge

PO Box 421

Murray Bridge SA 5253

For more information please contact:

Heather Barclay

General Manager Asset and Infrastructure

08 8539 1447 or

h.barclay@murraybridge.sa.gov.au

  • Council has received an unsolicited bid for the purchase of a portion of Wilden’s Way land, Long Island Murray Bridge.  The Council is satisfied that the bid offered represents value for money.  Council has resolved to consult with the community on the method of disposal to ensure that Council sells the land at or above current market value by which ever method is likely to maximise the return to Council. (the unsolicited bid and the proponent/s information is commercial in confidence and does not form part of the consultation)

    In accordance with Council’s Asset Sale and Disposal

    Council has received an unsolicited bid for the purchase of a portion of Wilden’s Way land, Long Island Murray Bridge.  The Council is satisfied that the bid offered represents value for money.  Council has resolved to consult with the community on the method of disposal to ensure that Council sells the land at or above current market value by which ever method is likely to maximise the return to Council. (the unsolicited bid and the proponent/s information is commercial in confidence and does not form part of the consultation)

    In accordance with Council’s Asset Sale and Disposal Policy, Council has considered a disposal method for sale of the Wilden’s Way land utilising the option of:

    “negotiate with the owners of adjoining land or others with a pre-existing interest in the land” with the sale price being at or above current market value.


    Take Survey