Sale of industrial land to boost job creation
13 May 2022 | Council
IN a bid to encourage job creation, Richmond Valley Council is selling nine industrial-zoned lots at Reynolds Road, Casino. The lots, which are contained in the Richmond Valley Regional Job Precinct, range in size from 5000m2 to 5ha and were developed to attract employment-generating industries...
Countdown on for inaugural country music muster
7 April 2022 | Council
THE countdown is on for the inaugural 2022 Casino Cow Country Music Muster, and tickets are selling fast. In what is hoped to become the newest addition to the country music circuit, the Cow Country Music Muster will be held on the green at the...
Report: Flood costs $150 million; economic impact $250 million
7 April 2022 | Council
RICHMOND Valley Council has responded to the recent flooding crisis with a detailed report outlining the extent of the recovery challenge and its plans to rebuild its infrastructure, economy, and community. The Richmond Valley Flood 2022 Response, which was handed to NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet...
North Coast councils seeking regional waste solutions
5 April 2022 | Council
RICHMOND Valley Council and eight other councils across the NSW North Coast are seeking a new processing facility to cut waste going to landfill. The councils are calling for expressions of interest from industry proponents to provide a regional response to the challenge of the...
Save the date – Casino Truck Show 6 August 2022
22 March 2022 | Council
THE countdown to one of Australia’s favourite truck shows is officially on, with today’s announcement the 2022 North Coast Petroleum Casino Truck Show will be held on Saturday 6 August. The event is being coordinated by Richmond Valley Council, with support from the NCP Casino...
Disaster Recovery Centre to aid those impacted by floods
8 March 2022 | Council
RICHMOND Valley Council and the NSW Government have established a Disaster Recovery Centre to provide information, assistance, and help for residents and business owners who were affected by the recent flooding events. The Recovery Centre is open six days a week until further notice, and...
Clean up begins for flood-affected residents
7 March 2022 | Council
NOW that floodwaters have started to recede across the Richmond Valley, Council will continue to work closely with local flood-affected communities and government agencies to provide the support needed for clean up and rebuilding, as services now move towards a recovery phase. A coordinated clean-up...
Australia Day award winners
1 February 2022 | Council
Congratulations to our Richmond Valley Australia Day Award Winners. Each year our nation celebrates the achievement and contribution of Australians through the Australian of the Year Awards. They inspire us through their achievements and challenge us to make our own contribution to creating a better...
Richmond Valley Council Australia Day Award Nominees
25 January 2022 | Council
THE nominees for the 2022 Richmond Valley Council Australia Day Awards have been named ahead of the community celebrations on Wednesday 26 January. Each year we have the opportunity to celebrate the achievements and contributions of our region's finest - those who lead by example...
RVC crowned Best Tasting Tap Water in Australia
20 January 2022 | Council
CASINO is officially home to Australia's best tap water with Richmond Valley Council today taking out top honours in the Ixom 2021 Best Tasting Tap Water in Australia competition. Representing NSW, Council beat out Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, West Australia and Tasmania and will now...
Deputy Mayor elected at new council’s first meeting
20 January 2022 | Council
COUNCILLOR Steve Morrissey was elected deputy mayor at the first extraordinary meeting of Richmond Valley Council on Tuesday, as two new councillors were welcomed by Mayor Robert Mustow. The newly-minted Council elected Cr Morrissey unopposed to the position for 12 months. This will be the...
Development application refused for New Italy service centre
19 January 2022 | Council
FOLLOWING a comprehensive and exhaustive assessment process, the proposal for a highway service centre at New Italy has been refused by Richmond Valley Council’s Development Assessment Panel. The proposal required consent of Transport for NSW to create a new access for the proposed highway service...
Evans Head set to host Australia Day spectacular
17 January 2022 | Council
PREPARATIONS are underway for a full program of family-friendly events at Evans Head on Australia Day, Wednesday 26 January. As in past years, a community committee was formed to host the day on behalf of Richmond Valley Council as the official Australia Day celebrations. The...
Declaration of Richmond Valley Council Election
24 December 2021 | Council
The NSW Electoral Commission was selected by Council to manage the 2021 Local Government Election on December 4. 16,469 residential and non-residential electors were enrolled in the Richmond Valley Council area on 25 October 2021. The following elections were held: Election of a Mayor Election...
Partnership delivers Richmond Valley Christmas hope
13 December 2021 | Council
Partnership delivers Richmond Valley Christmas hope to those who most need it Two Casino Momentum Collective projects will soon go ahead in Casino thanks to substantial Nationals in NSW Government funding, Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis announced at the not for profit’s site on Thursday....
Half a million dollars for Richmond Valley community projects
13 December 2021 | Council
Three more community projects will go ahead in the Richmond Valley thanks to a new round of Nationals in NSW Government grants totalling a little over half a million dollars, Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis has announced in the company of re-elected Richmond Valley Mayor...
Casino Greyhound Track funding boost
13 December 2021 | Council
CASINO GREYHOUND RACING TRACK TO SHINE EVEN BRIGHTER WITH $270,000 FUNDING BOOST FROM THE NATIONALS IN NSW GOVERNMENT Greyhound racing at Casino’s greyhound track at Queen Elizabeth Park is set to shine even brighter thanks to over $270,000 in funding from the Nationals in NSW...
Richmond Valley Council Christmas Closures 2021
13 December 2021 | Council
Richmond Valley Council offices and services will change over the Christmas period. COUNCIL OFFICES AND LIBRARIES Council’s Customer Service Centres and Libraries will close at 3pm Friday 24 December and re-open on Tuesday 4 January. WASTE SERVICES Council’s waste facilities will all be closed for...
Community ready to celebrate Christmas
19 November 2021 | Council
Christmas trees to make Mid Richmond debuts AFTER a couple of years of uncertainty, Richmond Valley Council has confirmed the Community Christmas Festival Calendar will return for 2021 and will run from Thursday 2 December to Sunday 19 December. And in more good news, the...
Last Council meeting looks back on productive five-year term
17 November 2021 | Council
FOLLOWING the longest term in history, Richmond Valley Council last night tabled the 2016-2021 End of Term Report, which highlights Council’s successful continued implementation of its Community Strategic Plan (CSP). The CSP, prepared in collaboration with the community, is underpinned by a suite of strategies...
Major upgrade for Evans Heads breakwall
15 November 2021 | Council
THERE is no shortage of new pathways in Evans Head, and pavement along the southern breakwall is the latest to undergo an upgrade. Transport for NSW is starting work today on the $150,000 project, part of $205 million stimulus package allocated to maritime infrastructure and...
Rappvile rebuilds after fires with new RFS Brigade Station
8 November 2021 | Council
A NEW Rural Fire Service brigade station – that has become a symbol of resilience – has been officially opened in the northern NSW village of Rappville. Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis was joined by the Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott and...
Modern new library an inviting space for users
28 October 2021 | Council
WITH its welcoming interior, wide open spaces and modern facilities, the new Evans Head Library was officially opened today by Member for Clarence Chris Gulaptis and Richmond Valley Council Mayor Robert Mustow. With new furniture, furnishings and amenities, the renovation both inside and out has...
Iron Gates DA on public exhibition
22 September 2021 | Council
THE Iron Gates residential subdivision development application will be on public exhibition for one month from this Friday, 24 September, as is required under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. Submissions must be received by 11.30pm Sunday 24 October. The development application was referred...
Planning panel refers Iron Gates DA back to Council
8 September 2021 | Council
THE Northern Rivers Planning Panel (NRPP) earlier this week accepted a Clause 55 variation under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 for the Iron Gates development proposal in Evans Head. Clause 55 means a development application may be amended or varied by the applicant,...
Council reveals ‘poppy playground’ plans for Casino Drill Hall Precinct
7 September 2021 | Council
THE ongoing renewal of the Casino Drill Hall precinct is set for completion by the end of this year, following Richmond Valley Council’s success in obtaining $885,000 from the Australian Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Fund to build a memorial walk at the site,...
Give us a break – Council’s plea to NSW Government
3 September 2021 | Council
RICHMOND Valley Council is calling on the NSW Government to rethink its approach to regional lockdowns in areas which are currently COVID-free. Richmond Valley Council Mayor Robert Mustow said the current lockdown requirements were crippling local communities and it was time to take a more...
Richmond Upper Clarence Regional Library expands online content during COVID lockdown
19 August 2021 | Council
THE Richmond Upper Clarence Regional Library continues to go from strength to strength, with the completion of newly renovated Evans Head Library capping off a stellar year in 2020-2021 for the popular service. Despite the challenges of COVID-19, which included forced branch closures in early...
The Casino Food Co-Op Casino Beef Week
May-21 - May-31 | Casino CBD and surrounding LGA
Claiming the title of the Beef Capital of the World, Casino becomes a buzz in May as the Casino Food Co-Op Beef Week festival begins with the annual celebration of Casino's leading agricultural industry – beef. With more than 100 activities on offer from fashion, sport,...
Beef Week Cup
May-27 - May-27 | Casino Racecourse | Summerland Way
Head to Casino Racecourse for the annual Beef Week Cup races on Friday May 27. Giddy up in your best and enjoy a day in the field! The day will be complemented by full TAB facilities on course, plus bar and food outlets. Stay tuned...
Casino Beef Week Car Show n Shine
May-29 - May-29 | Casino CBD
Join Casino Beef Week in Casino CBD on Sunday May 29 for a Car Show n Shine. There will be plenty of markets, food stalls, music, cars and a motorbike show! Head down to Casino CBD from 8:30am-1pm for a fun day out.
2022 Richmond Valley Reconciliation Black and White Ball
Jun-4 - Jun-4 | Casino RSM Club
The Richmond Valley Black and White Ball is being held at Casino RSM Club on Saturday June 4 from 6pm. A fun night is ahead with live music, Reconciliation Awards Ceremony, Welcome to Country and more. Tickets will be available from the Casino RSM Club...
NAIDOC Week Celebrations
Jul-3 - Jul-10 | Across the Richmond Valley
The Richmond Valley comes alive for NAIDOC Week celebrations in July. Stay tuned here as details are released. The NAIDOC 2022 theme – Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! – calls for us all to continue to Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! for systemic change...
NCP Casino Truck Show
Aug-6 - Aug-6 | Casino CBD
The North Coast Petroleum Casino Truck Show is on Saturday, 6 August. With more than 200 trucks with chrome shined to perfection and around 40 competitions to be won, it is a great day for trucking families and the general public to get up close...
Integrated Planning and Reporting & Model Code of Meeting Practice
Closing Date: 14 June 2022 | Reports and Statements
Council has prepared the following draft documents for public exhibition in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act 1993: Rebuilding the Richmond Valley Operational Plan 2022/2023 (including Draft Financial Estimates 2022/2026) Long Term Financial Plan 2022/2032 Revenue Policy 2022/2023 Model Code of Meeting...
Richmond Park Draft Plan of Management
Closing Date: 25 May 2022 | Plans
The following plan of management is on public exhibition until Wednesday 25 May 2022 The Draft Plan of Management (PoM) for Richmond Park (including draft management plan for Jabiru Geneebeinga Wetlands) outlines the current condition and use, the way the land will be used into...
Tuesday 17 May – Ordinary Meeting
Meeting Date: May 17, 2022
Tuesday 19 April – Ordinary Meeting
Meeting Date: April 19, 2022
Tuesday 15 March – Ordinary Meeting
Meeting Date: March 15, 2022

Expressions of interest open for purchase of industrial land at Reynolds Road, Casino

Richmond Valley Council is completing the development of nine industrial zoned lots, ranging in size from 5000m2 to 5ha, located off Reynolds Road, Casino, with the land expected to be available for settlement July 2022.

Expressions of interest are now open.

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