Broad vision beyond political battleground

AN urban planning expert has recommended that a long-term infrastructure development strategy for Western Australia be given more importance in order to avoid the issue becoming a casualty of political fights for electorate power.

“One of the issues is having a strategic plan and then having political decisions made to bring some infrastructure forward, because votes needed to be won in that part of the city,” demographer Bernard Salt told WA Business News.

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