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 Subject :Quoting WA Planning Minister Sunday Times 21.3.10.. 29-03-2010 17:44:26 
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Attachment ONE: a quoting of WA Planning Minister Sunday Times 21.3.10
Attachment TWO: Green Belt solution area, serving all interests

Interesting to read that opinion of John Day in the Sunday Times.
So, would that mean a 'Green Belt' (see attachment TWO) and 1 acre developments with small building envelopes would make sense and find support on his level?
The large number of lakes, wetlands and nature priority areas in East Wanneroo are the best reason to allow the small interested number of Perth' residents to retread to larger blocks, within the metropolitan area (!) and simultaneously do a lot for the environment, water supply and sustainability, all based on a plan with a new, but realistic vision.

Open to discussions,Thomas

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