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Port Bouvard MD, chairman to resign

Port Bouvard Ltd chairman Michael Perrot and managing director Ross Neumann are set to stand down in the middle of next year.

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Perth
Hopefully the strategic review undertaken for the succession planning for the future of PBL will not have involve the promotion of nepatatic senior staff members currently employed by PBL.

Perth
Hopefully the strategic review undertaken for the succession planning for the future of PBL will not have involve the promotion of nepatatic senior staff members currently employed by PBL.

Gidgegannup
This comes as no surprise. As a resident of Gidgegannup, Myself and many others are disgusted with the greed and arrogance of this company that wants to exploit our suburb for their own gains. Gidgegannup is an outer metropolitan rural suburb that has been planned to remain Rural with a similar lifestyle. Port Bouvard paid three times the land value to own major holdings in our region in an attempt to create urban sprawl in an environmentally sensative suburb. They paid close to 90 million dollars for 30 million dollars worth of land, and now wish to go against the wishes of the residents by over populating the region as a means to reversing their financial woes. It is hard to believe that such people can make financial decisions that are so poor and would have catastrophic consequences on an existing community. Port Bouvard deserve to be in trouble.

Gidgegannup
I absolutely agree with Mr Jackson. Port Bouvard's proposal to ruin Gidgegannup is totally out of charactyer with the rural lifestyle and the environment. Shareholders should be appalled at the plan and the millions of dollars that they paid for the land they acquired.

Kalamunda
I absolutely disagree with Rosie and Chris. Port Bouvard's proposal is forward thinking and innovative. It will provide many who look to live in a rural enviroment with modernised facilities. Emotive posts such as the ones I am responding to lack common sense and fact.

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