The government will develop Metronet precincts based on the demographics of the particular locations.

Metronet to connect with urban amenity

The state government will leverage its Metronet program to drive development of urban density in Perth.


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This week I brought to Mr Tinley's attention that a $2m "temporary park" at Bentley (one of the Labor precincts he barely mentions) will not be providing inclusive, meaningful activities for people with disabilities. If it intended to, that is what I would have been assured. I was not. I was, however, assured by the department that various paths, an accessible water fountain and tables to sit alongside, will be available. Clearly it's not a particularly "liveable" life for people with disabilies (that would included those acquired through age), which has led me to wonder if a redesigned Keystart loan product will pan out equitably either. As for the $2m "temporary park", paid for out of a department that is supposed to ensure the most vulnerable in our community receive proper support, I suppose that will be a free kick to developers.

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