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The planning minister's decision on Amendment 46 will likely be welcome news for developers in South Perth. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Faragher favours South Perth high-rise

Planning Minister Donna Faragher has scuttled the City of South Perth’s ambitions of reinstating height limits across a large parcel of the suburb.

Ms Faragher announced today that she had considered a proposed amendment to South Perth’s town planning scheme, requesting the City of South Perth make several changes to its proposal before it could be approved.

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South Perth Resident
Unbelievable, try living in this area once all these skycrappers have been built. Parking will be horrendous and also the traffice which is also a nightmare in the morning to get onto the freeway will be even worse. This has to stop, and now.

Perth
I would be interested for the council to consider guiding more on the design elements that contribute to a livable environment in south Perth. I would love to see guidelines for developers to the minimum requirements for parking, garden/greenery, incorporated retail, public space, environmental energy ratings. Imagine the creative designers that would be attracted to develop and enrich South Perth?

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