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Perth coastal plan up for public comment

Planning Minister John Day is urging all users of Perth's coastline to have a say on the draft Perth Coastal Planning Strategy.

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We need higher density nodes along the coast so that a larger number of people can enjoy coastal living and not just the more affluent minority. We need a diversity of amenities including cafes/restaurants/bars/shopping and employment so we can recreate and work more easily near the beach. We need better public transport linking areas such as Scarborough and Sorrento such that tourists can easily visit these areas and not only provide a boost to the local economy but provide a more vibrant and diverse living environment. Why with such a beautiful coastline can we not live, work and play by it. It is disaapointing that between Sorrento and Mindarie there are virtually no cafes/bar/shops by the coast. Why are we holding ourselves back? Why not create a vibrant and dynamic city that encourages us to enjoy all that it has.

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