Room for more at Scarborough

WHILE the only way is up for developments in Scarborough – with at least five buildings above eight stories approved late last year – the beachside precinct still has some way to go before its transformation as modern tourism district is complete.


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If redeveloping is really going to work with high-rise, I hope the planners are taking note of how it is done around the world. It’s no good building high rise apartments unless there are enough cafe's, small niche bars, plenty of retail and restaurants. For my 2 cents, all developments should have underground parking with street level dedicated to meeting the tourism market, especially anything that faces our beautiful coast line.

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