SEPARATION: The government has moved to distance residential development from industrial activities along the Western Trade Coast. Photo: Kwinana Industries Council

Kwinana buffer precedent fears

Developers say the extension of a buffer around industrial areas near Kwinana has the potential to set a dangerous precedent over the erosion of the rights to develop land.


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Why is there a rush to legislate the buffer at 1.5km if there is no evidence to support it? This proposed legislation ignores the concerns raised from the parliamentary inquiry, where land owners were not consulted or considered in this decision. Why haven't Alcoa stuck to their commitments to shut down their waste site at F lake. Why is the proposed legislation ignoring all these issues?

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