As many people were unaware of the previously scheduled opportunity to speak with the Consultants and to view the plans that detail the effect of the possible changes to the West Leederville – Wembley Local Planning Strategy and Strategic Community Plan, Council has scheduled an addition consultation day this Saturday at the Coles Shopping Centre on Cambridge Street. The WLRA has arranged a residents meeting on the Sunday at 2.30 pm at the Leederville Town Hall just in front of the bowling Club. Your local Councillors will be in attendance to answer any general questions you may have.
Why your attendance is important: The likely changes to our neighbourhood may include 4-10 storey apartment and commercial development in quiet residential streets of West Leederville as far north as Ruislip St
Town of Cambridge has proposed 3 scenarios for planning change. All 3 plans significantly increase density across residential West Leederville.
All this while little/no increased density for City Beach and Floreat.
If you care about West Leederville, PLEASE urgently complete Council survey at http://yoursay.cambridge.wa.gov.au/cambridge2027 Deadline is 7 April 2017.
ð Say all 3 scenarios are NOT ACCEPTABLE.
ð West Leederville has already seen its recent fair share of density increases.
ð West Leederville school and other amenities cannot accommodate further population increases
You can also voice your concerns by attending the Residents Information session meeting on the 2nd of April or let us know your thoughts through the WLRA website wlra.org.au or contact your local Councillor to ensure your opinions count.
Don’t let our historic suburb become the
high density scapegoat for rest of Cambridge