ADVERTISING: A planning permit has been requested for a 4.2 metre tall static billboard for the east side of the former cool stores in Dennington.
A PLANNING permit application has been lodged with with Warrnambool City Council for permission to install two advertising billboards beside Raglan Parade in Dennington.
Shepparton based company Transad is proposing to build the static displays on the side of the former Warrnambool Cool Stores buildingon Drummond Street.
The billboards are proposed for the southern and eastern sides of the building facing Raglan Parade.
The south facing sign will be the larger of the two, measuring 15.05 metres wide and 4.2 metres tall. The smaller east facing sign is proposed to be 14.3 metres wide and 4.2 metres tall.
The council has previously rejected a similar application. That decision was taken to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal who upheld the decision.
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