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$300m Waterfront project moving ahead

The state government's $300 million Perth Waterfront project has moved a step closer to reality following Cabinet's consideration of the business case, supporting critical decisions enabling the project's progression.

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Perth
This Waterfront project will only serve the following purpose: 1. Destroy what is a beautiful, natural river. Unique when it comes to other world cities. Further aid the destruction of WA's fragile natural environment. 2. Waster taxpayers money 3. Attract the wrong people to Perth. Those that want expansion and big urban sprawl WHICH MOST WA PEOPLE DO NOT WANT!!! Hence why many of use moved here!! All to line the pockets of a few fat cats and those working on the development project. Disgusting. I definitely will not be voting for Mr Barnett. Do some PROPER research and realise MOST of us don't want this eyesore. If we wanted to live in a big city/rat race, we would move elsewhere to Sydney or the like.

Perth
Please dont go ahead with this! What makes Perth as a city unique is its current balance of infrustructure and natural beauty, i.e. the open green space in between the skyscrapers and the river. This is a lovely aspect of this city. If you start building in between or along the river with commercial developments Perth will loose a significant aspect of its identity. Think of another idea because this one is in bad taste. This is coming from someone who really appreciates the freshness and sense of openness and freedom that so many cities.

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