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Approval for Cockburn coast plans

The state's Planning Commission has endorsed the structure plan for the redevelopment of the Cockburn coast, which will attract about 10,000 new residents to the area.

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Carine
With the increasing developments for housing, water is as important as the provision of electricity. I hope that the 25% of commonwealth money from the Gorgon project, for infrastructure, will be spent on a project to bring water down to Perth from the north. This would have to be a first priority!

Perth
A great loss of good industrial land that will no longer be generating employment for the people living here. The WAPC has to stop allowing the loss of existing employment generating sites to sexy new residential estates eg - Subiaco, Claisebrook, Knutsford St Freo, O'Connor, and others. Great more housing - but where are the future residents going to work?

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