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MISSED TARGET: Perth faces a shortfall of 131,000 dwellings, more than a half of its 222,000 target under the Network City plan.

Perth faces dwelling shortfall

High density development may be top of the state government's planning agenda, but the target for infill in Perth is overly ambitious and needs to be significantly downgraded, with the city likely to fall short 131,000 dwellings, according to a report from planning firm Urbis.

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