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NEW FREO: An aerial view highlighting the focus of the planning amendments. (Photo: City of Fremantle)

Freo unveils east end plan

The City of Fremantle has released new planning guidelines for 12 sites in its underdeveloped east end, featuring four-to seven storey 'European-style' residential developments and nine-storey buildings on two key sites to help meet its growth targets.

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Perth
There is merit in the proposal to reinvigorate the Fremantle area, however those who have previously invested, whether business or residential, need to be looked after as well. I imagine there are quite a few of those who think that's unlikely. Hopefully the City of Fremantle will carefully consider what mix of public open space it needs to support the active and passive recreation needs of the residents in these 1,500 new dwellings.

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