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ON HOLD: Hearings into the Observation City redevelopment appeal adjourned until further notice. Photo: Tim van Bronswijk

Scarborough revamp on hold

THE revitalisation of the Scarborough coastal strip has been halted indefinitely, with the State Administrative Tribunal hearings into the Observation City redevelopment appeal adjourned until further notice.

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Mount Lawley
These types of set back with development approvals, local and stage government processes are just another reason for foreign and local businesses not to invest in WA. With the demise of daylight saving anyone involved in business in this state realises it is another massive set back in progress in WA. I along with others I know would certainly consider strongly relocating elsewhere either in this country or overseas in the future as the downward spiral in 'Perth progression' just keeps coming. What we have here in Perth seems to be a stagnant majority that just don’t want to see this state develop any more from where it is now. And I really don't think this group realise the frustration / messages this sends out to legitimate investors be them foreign or otherwise who desire to be involved in future promising opportunities for WA.

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