Urban infill rate falls to 28%

Perth's established suburbs accounted for just 28 per cent of all urban land development in 2012, well below the long-term 'infill' target of 47 per cent, prompting calls for regulatory reform from the Property Council of Australia.


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I agree with Lenzo but also I need to express that the greatest impediment in the western suburbs is the recalcitrant councils such as Subiaco. We have had a site for 3 years on hold due to their inept town planning scheme, we then challenged it and as such have just had an amendment approved through the very council that knocked us back for exactly what they have now supported. It is disgusting. They should be charged for our loss of revenue then they would see how stupid they are. Tony Hatt from Devwest Group.

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