North Metro Issues

Greed wins over need to protect environment in disappointing outcome for Lemnos Street bushland

Greens Member for North Metropolitan Hon Alison Xamon MLC has renewed her call for urgent reform to the planning system, following the “extraordinarily disappointing saga” of the Shenton Park Rehabilitation Hospital site development approvals process.

Speaking in Parliament this week, Ms Xamon said the community had fought a committed campaign to save the ecological linkage between Underwood Avenue and Shenton Park Bush Forever sites, only to lose out at the final stage of the process.

METROPOLITAN REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY — 3 OCEANS TWIN TOWERS DEVELOPMENT — SCARBOROUGH — MEETING MINUTES

1333. Hon ALISON XAMON to the minister representing the Minister for Planning:

I refer to the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority’s commitment, reported in The West Australian of 21 March 2018, to publish the agenda and minutes of MRA meetings.

(1)  Have the minutes of the meeting approving the 3 Oceans Tower in Scarborough been published?

(2)  If yes to (1), where are those minutes available?

(3)  If no to (1), why not?

SCARBOROUGH PLANNING FRAMEWORK AND DESIGN GUIDELINES — METROPOLITAN REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY — DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL

Petition

HON ALISON XAMON (North Metropolitan) [1.03 pm]: I present a petition containing 826 signatures couched in the following terms —

To the President and Members of the Legislative Council of the Parliament of Western Australia in Parliament assembled.

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA — RELOCATION

Petition

HON ALISON XAMON (North Metropolitan) [10.02 am]: I present a petition containing 40 signatures, couched in the following terms —

To the President and Members of the Legislative Council of the Parliament of Western Australia in Parliament assembled.

We the undersigned are opposed to the relocation and construction of the International School of Western Australia (“ISWA”) at the old Doubleview Primary School Site on the basis that the

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