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Momentum Wealth's Damian Collins outside the apartment development in Doubleview that sparked the proposed changes. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Stirling changes threaten infill

A property investment firm based in the City of Stirling has launched a campaign against the council’s proposal to block low-rise apartment developments in many of its suburbs.

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Dianella
Why is the City of Stirling fighting these changes? It seems that they don't have the same vision as Directions 2031. More residents means more people to pay rates and having a higher density of population equates to providing essential services at a greater efficiency. I hope that the City of Stirling would change their views on this and become the "City of the Future" not the "City of no change and no vision".

North Beach
I think the vision needs to realise just how congested our roads (parking) will be with urban infill. Not just the cars belonging to residents but friends and family. Get a bus to visit Mum - can't see that happening. Yapping dogs are just another problem without any thought to tight living. It will grow out of control with greedy developers getting on the bandwagon, from what I see they pretend it's for the good of the future. SURE!! City of Stirling THINK now not later.

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