Much of the forward works program at Scarborough was completed by October last year. Image: MRA

Lifeline for Scarborough dunes, businesses

Scarborough’s sand dunes have gotten an 11th hour reprieve after the state government honoured an election commitment to rework planned road extensions, while businesses disrupted by a $75 million redevelopment program along the beachfront have been given a lifeline.


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West Coast Highway, Scarborough
WA has thousands of kilometres of sand dunes. A very small number of West Coast Highway residents just don't want development as it impacts on their coastal outlook. Furthermore, if traffic issues are not resolved then all the new restaurants and pool being developed will fail miserably. Scarborough has been "redeveloped" a number of times over the years and its still a dump. The currently design is by professionals and should not be changed by politicians looking for brownie points.

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Total revenue

16th-Southern Ports Authority$125.8m
17th-Forest Products Commission$114.1m
18th↑Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority$95.5m
19th-Mid West Ports Authority$70.6m
20th-Rottnest Island Authority$48.7m
29 state government businesses ranked by total revenue - this year

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