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Kwinana businesses welcome buffer plan

The state government is hoping to deliver greater planning certainty to suburbs around Kwinana by agreeing to introduce legislation securing a buffer zone between industrial and residential land uses.

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Welshpool
Interesting!! Are the buffer zones to the south of Kwinana or to the north? If anything, they should be to the North. Given the prevailing wind is Southerly or S/Westerly, the suburbs north of Kwinana suffer most from the air pollution generated by Alcoa, Western Power, CSBP and the likes. And to the East? A significant amount of land just waiting to be developed..!!

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