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City of Perth plans development incentive

The City Of Perth has moved to encourage more inner-city residential development, passing an amendment to its planning schemes to allow for more dense development.

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LOVE this idea! Finally we can get some vibracy into our CBD. Although I do hope that Lisa realises this also means that we need more restaurants, bars, convenience stores in the CBD with decent opening hours to service the influx of new residents.

Burswood
The best decision in the past 30 years. If for every one m2 of commercial area four m2 of residential area is being built, the morning and evening traffic tsunami would disapear.

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