Isn't it interesting that the same problems are being faced in *all* of Australia's large capital cities?
Congestion, housing affordability, loss of greenery and amenity. Transfer of equity against the wishes of local residents.
Perth is relatively new to the issue, but what makes anyone think that the same approaches that have so clearly failed in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide will somehow work over here?
This problem needs a proper solution, not 'fixes' that are proposed by developers who just happen to be benefiting the most from increased infill.
Phone and write to your local councillors and politicians and tell them they have it wrong and you will not stand for it. Then make your vote count!