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Day unveils redevelopment committees

The state government has unveiled four new land redevelopment committees that will advise the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority on urban redevelopment.

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Nedlands
Whilst the creation of these four committees each with their respective Chairman is undoubtedly a step forward, it is concerning to see that possibly the most important item is missing from their brief, namely infrastructure. What is it about State Governments past and present, together with Councils, that inconveniently ignore the number one priority. Why is there no discussion on arterial roads, freeways, light rail, monorail and/or ordinary rail. Years of relative inactivity in these areas has brought Perth to point of virtual stagnation. What planning there is invariably comes as as a band aid. Seemingly there is no one in authority who contemplates planning for the future. Even the present redevelopment plans for Perth Airport will prove to be inadequate by the time the project reaches completion and this is a prime gateway to the West and Australia at large. Heaven help us !!!!

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