Airport planning changes to hit developers

A federal government plan to restrict building near airports may threaten $8.8 billion of new property developments in Western Australia, a developer lobby group says.


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Why is air port land allowed to be developed for non related air port activities, up to their boundaries and allowed to imposed restriction on private land, this due to their Noise Pollution, what wrong with the Politician we elect to represent the people, do they all suffer from CRAFT disease.

That is just unbelievable that the National Airports Safeguarding Advisory Group would seek to sterilize that much land (250 Sq km) in the Perth Metropolitan area

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